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Rock Valley Conference members Whitewater and Brodhead were among the top girls basketball teams in Division 3 throughout the 2013-’14 season and should be strong postseason contenders again.

Kerry Storbakken’s Janesville Craig squad finished third in the Big Eight Conference behind Middleton and Verona and should challenge again after losing only one key contributor. The Cougars held a one-point lead after three quarters before falling, 43-36, to Mukwonago in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal last year.

Janesville Parker also returns a strong senior class and looks to bounce back from its 12-12 finish.

STATELINE NEWS -- Head coach Tim Sughroue fields his own version of Knute Rockne’s vaunted Four Horsemen, and he unleashes them against Northern Illinois Conference opponents every Friday night.

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Hononegah’s powerful ground game features the quartet of senior running backs Alec Dodd, Sam Ballano, Marcos Reyes and Keinen Nordlie.

The WIAA state cross country championships -- the 102nd running for boys and 42nd for girls -- takes place at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday, Nov. 1.

It will be the first competition in which the girls also will run the 5,000-meter course.

The schedule is as follows: Division 3 boys at 11:30 a.m., Division 2 boys at 12:10 p.m., Division 1 boys at 12:50 p.m., Division 3 girls at 1:30 p.m., Division 2 girls at 2:10 p.m. and Division 1 girls at 2:50 p.m.

Twenty schools will battle for team crowns in Division 1, while the Divisions 2 and 3 fields consist of 16 teams.

Here is a list of Stateline area teams and individuals scheduled to compete:

Division 1 boys

Badger: seniors Alex Martinez and Sam Carmona

Janesville Craig: sophomore Nate Farrell, junior Payton Bender, freshmen Tyler Brown and Anthony Schrader, senior Christian Gilmore, sophomore Joe Cooper and senior Brent Clanfield

Janesville Parker: senior David Green

Division 1 girls

Beloit Memorial: senior Brenda Hernandez and sophomore Bailey Cronin

Janesville Craig: freshman Peyton Sippy

Janesville Parker: senior Mandy Slaback

Elkhorn: junior Tay Mair

Burlington: sophomore Ashlyn Barry

Division 2 boys

Beloit Turner: senior Kyle Swain

Division 2 girls

Whitewater: juniors Sarah Ziolkowski and Andrea Sandoval

Big Foot: freshman Zanzie Demco

Clinton: senior Julia Kaster

Division 3 boys

Catholic Central: senior Sam Joski

Division 3 girls

Parkview: sophomore Camryn Burtness

Catholic Central: senior Kourtney Mulhollon

Stateline boys soccer fans can relish in the fact that area teams have established two firsts this fall.

It’s the first time that two area teams -- Delavan-Darien and Beloit Memorial -- have qualified for the same WIAA state tournament, and it’s the first appearance for the Purple Knights.

The Comets (20-2-1) meet Rice Lake (16-8-2) in a Division 3 semifinal at Milwaukee’s Uihlein Park at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30. The Warriors knocked off defending champion Ashland in the sectional finale to reach state for the first time.

STATELINE NEWS -- Brea Edwards has enjoyed the spotlight during most of her athletic career. However, the stage will be much bigger and brighter the next two years.

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The 2011 Hononegah High School graduate recently began workouts at her new collegiate basketball home, Middle Tennessee State University, located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee southeast of Nashville.

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