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Sophomore forward Alyssa Knauf has knack for the net.

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The Milton High School boys hockey team might just be starting to figure things out.

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The Rock County Fury were defeated, 5-3, by Onalaska on Saturday, Jan. 26, in a non-conference matchup at the SLICE Arena in Monroe.

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The Fury traveled to Green Bay to disturb the Ice Bears on Jan. 18 in a non-conference game. However, the Ice Bears accepted the challenge and scored three unanswered goals in the first period. In the second period, the Fury were not ready to go home without a fight. At 14:12, Albany’s Haley…

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Splitting games over the past week, the Milton boys hockey team earned its second win over Madison La Follette this year with a 3-1 victory Saturday. The Red Hawks fell to Monona Grove 6-2 two days prior.

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On Jan. 12, the Rock County Fury girls hockey team traveled to Madison to take on the Madison Metro Lynx in their eighth conference game. Both teams fought hard and the score remained 0-0 at the end of the first period. At the 10:29 in the second period, the Lynx scored on a blue line shot a…

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In less than 24 hours after a fifth-straight loss Friday night, the Red Hawk boys hockey team came back and topped Viroqua in a 5-1 victory Saturday.

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Minus a few lapses in play, Milton head hockey coach Steve Zartman believes his Red Hawks played just about even with one of the best teams in the Badger South on Saturday.

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On Jan. 5 the Fury traveled to Wausau to take on the Central Wisconsin Storm which was the No. 1 ranked team in the state in the Wisconsin Prep Hockey rankings dated Dec. 31, falling 2-1.

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Traveling north to Barron for their holiday tournament, the Red Hawks boys hockey team finished the tournament with one win and two losses. The Red Hawks opened with a win over the WSFLG Blizzard Thursday 7-3. The team followed up the victory with two losses, falling to the Northwest Icemen …

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The Red Hawk boys hockey team couldn’t make it two-in-a-row before the holiday tournament this week, falling to Monroe 2-1 on Saturday.

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It was a strong weekend for the Rock County Fury girls hockey team, who picked up two wins. On Friday, the Fury topped the Lakeshore Lightning 2-0 before needing an overtime period Saturday to get past Viroqua 2-1.

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The Milton boys hockey team earned its second win of the season over the weekend with a 2-1 win over Madison La Follete/East Saturday. The win came off two strong periods against Madison Edgewood the night before in an 8-2 loss for the Red Hawks.

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The Fury hosted Sun Prairie’s Cap City Cougars on December 13 in a heated contest. Both teams entered the game 2-0 in conference play and played the game like everything was on the line. It was a back and forth battle in a very physical game. Cap City earned some time in the penalty box thro…

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Earning their first conference win of the season, the Rock County Fury girls hockey team topped the Icebergs convincingly 5-1 at the Mandt Community Center in Stoughton Friday night.

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Not only did the Milton boys hockey team earn the first win of the season with a 3-0 victory over Viroqua on the road, it was the first win for first-year head coach Steve Zartman with the Red Hawks.

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Playing their first game of December, the Rock County Fury girls hockey team dropped their contest to the University School of Milwaukee — ranked No. 6 in the state — 4-0 on Saturday.

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The Milton boys hockey team dropped its first three games of the season, falling to Baraboo 3-1 on Nov. 29, Stoughton 7-2 on Dec. 3 and Monona Grove 6-2 on Dec. 4.

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Traveling to Hartland for the Turkey Tourney, the Rock County Fury girls hockey team walked away in third place over the weekend. The Fury dropped their first two games before earning a win to cap off the weekend over Brookfield for the second time in a week.

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The Rock Country Fury hockey team started their season with success, claiming a 6-1 win over Brookfield at the Edwards Ice Arena in Beloit.

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Coming off a season of struggles — finishing 3-16-2 and at the bottom of the Badger South conference, the Milton boys hockey team will enter the season with new leadership and a fresh outlook.

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Even though football season is just around the corner, when hockey comes around, the Milton boys will have a new leader at the helm. Steve Zartman is the new man in town.

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The last time the two teams met, Cap City held a three-goal lead over the Fury before heading into the final period having to hold off a Rock County comeback.

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The Fury pile on each other after their 4-3 overtime win Tuesday night over Metro Lynx at the Janesville Ice Arena.

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The Fury bench celebrates after their 4-3 overtime win Tuesday night over Metro Lynx at the Janesville Ice Arena.

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Maggy Henschler delivers the Fury’s game-winning goal Tuesday night against Metro Lynx to win in overtime 4-3. The goal sent the Fury into the WIAA sectional final Saturday.

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The Milton boys hockey team’s season came to an end Tuesday night as they fell in the first round of the WIAA regional playoffs to Whitefish Bay in Milwaukee, 7-2. Seeded 6th, Whitefish Bay topped the 11th seeded Red Hawks to face 3rd-seeded Kettle Moraine.

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It looked as though the Fury found trouble Saturday night in Janesville against Appleton United, trailing early. But Rock County, with a strong third period, secured a 4-3 victory.

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In a battle in Badger South boys hockey, the Milton Red Hawks again came up on the wrong side of the score, falling 9-2 to Oregon in Stoughton Tuesday night.

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It was a good weekend for the Rock County Fury as they escaped a tough battle with Wisconsin Valley Union on Saturday, wining 3-2 in overtime. The Fury also picked up the top seed in their sectional for the WIAA meet.

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The Milton boys hockey team, after coming up with a last-second goal to win last Tuesday, couldn’t find the same magic to pull out back-to-back victories, falling to Madison Edgewood 15-1 Tuesday night on the road.

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While there seemed little doubt it would occur this season, the Rock County Fury clinched the Badger Conference title with a commanding 6-0 victory over Metro Lynx Thursday.

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The Fury showed their depth Saturday night in a dominating win over the Icebergs at the Mandt Community Arena in Stoughton, topping the Icebergs 7-0. The Fury followed it up with another shutout victory Tuesday over Arrowhead 4-0.

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The offense struggled for the Milton boys hockey team Friday night against Stoughton, falling to the Vikings 5-1 on the road.

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The Milton boys hockey team were unable to capitalize on their strong play over the holiday weekend - where the squad earned its first wins of the season - falling to Oregon 13-0 on the road Friday night. The Red Hawks came close to victory on Monday night, falling 5-4 to McFarland.

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The Rock County Fury earned another (pair of) wins, starting slow to top Onalaska on the road Friday 7-3 before topping Badger Lightning handily 8-0 on Monday night in Beloit.

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After going more than a month without a victory – the closest they came was a tie with Madison La Follette/East on Dec. 1 – the Milton Red Hawks boys hockey team earned not one, but two wins over the holiday weekend. Playing in Barron, the team handily defeated the WSFLG Blizzard 12-3 on Fri…

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Spending their holiday week in Eau Claire, the Rock County Fury claimed two strong wins over Appleton United 6-2 and Warbirds/Beaver Dam 2-1 while falling in their third game in a tight overtime loss to Fox Cities 3-2. All games were held at the Hobbs Ice Center.

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The Rock County Fury girls hockey team will host “Pink the Rink” on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at the Janesville Ice Arena. The JV game will begin at 5:30 p.m. while the varsity will be at 7 p.m. Activities include raffle prizes, Chuck-A-Puck, pink ribbons (in memory/in honor of), with cookies being a…

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The Rock County Fury continued their dominating style of the season with their ninth win of the year in a 6-0 thrashing of Viroqua on Saturday afternoon. It was the Fury’s third victory in a row.