Middleton junior Chloe Young competes on the uneven bars during the Mount Horeb Viking Gymnastics Invitational at Mount Horeb High School in Mount Horeb, Wis., Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017. AMBER ARNOLD, STATE JOURNAL

Chloe Young won two individual events and totaled 34.625 points to win the all-around on Thursday, helping the visiting Middleton gymnastics team earn a 137.75-120.925 victory over Janesville Craig in a Big Eight Conference dual.

Middleton gymnasts swept all of the first places, as Jordan Baggot won the vault (8.75) and balance beam (8.85).

Madison West 121.45, Janesville Parker 108.225

The visiting Regents swept all four events and the all-around in a Big Eight Conference dual against the Vikings. Celia Ross Serna won the all-around with 30.8 points, and she also won on floor exercise (7.95).

West coach Brianna Zeilinger, a 2007 Parker graduate, was among the alumni honored by Parker before the meet.

Madison Memorial 130.2, Verona/Madison Edgewood 113.5

The host Spartans won all four events and the all-around in a Big Eight Conference dual against the Wildcats. Natalie Donkle won the all-around with 34.575 points for Madison Memorial.

Boys hockey

Reedsburg co-op 6, Sauk Prairie co-op 3

Derek Pawlak scored two goals and had two assists to lead the Cheavers (12-5-1, 6-1-0) over the host Eagles (10-3-1, 3-3-1).

Dylan Brown scored a goal and tallied two assists for Reedsburg.

Beaver Dam co-op 9, DeForest co-op 3

Jay Kirschbaum and Sam VanderHoeven both scored hat tricks to lead the Golden Beavers (6-11-0, 3-5-0) over the visiting Norskies (2-13-0, 0-6-0).


Evansville 77, Walworth Big Foot 0

Matt Kostroun (138), Ben Barmore (152) and Malcolm Johnson (160) each pinned their opponents to help the Blue Devils defeat the Chiefs.

Prairie du Chien 57, Dodgeville 21

Reid Koenig (132), Traeton Saint (138) and Stephen Ronnfeldt (195) each pinned their opponent in under a minute to help the host Blackhawks defeat the Dodgers.

Lancaster 42, River Valley 31

Clay McCartney (170), Troy Klein (195) and Tyler Hale (285) all pinned their opponents in less than two minutes to help the Flying Arrows top the Blackhawks.

Wisconsin Dells 48, Wautoma/Wild Rose 28

William Van Dinter (106) and Gabe Kingsley (132) each earned pin victories to help the host Chiefs defeat the Hornets.


Wisconsin State Journal prep sports editor Art Kabelowsky has traversed the state to cover sports while working for daily papers in Fort Atkinson, Racine, La Crosse, Milwaukee and Baraboo.