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This Week’s Highlights… Flag football is branching out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Following a two-month season for approximately 80 kids in a K-8 league – played on the state-of-the-art field inside the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha in September and October – flag football is now being played by middle school kids through Dec. 21. An adult league is also ongoing, and another middle school league and a high school league will start in February.

Shutter bugs stepping forward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9 Capturing the wide variety of sports occurring at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha on camera are fans, parents, coaches and family members of the participating athletes. Included in this week’s edition of Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha @Play are colorful images of soccer players from the youth league all the way up to the adult league.

Inside scoop on local teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-24

A variety of local teams in various sports is highlighted in this edition of Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha @Play. Included are a U8 Kenosha Crew team, youth soccer squads such as the U10 Ice Dragons and U11ACE, high school soccer teams from United FC and Kenosha Crew, and Adult Soccer League squads including Valeri Insurance, FTFC and ACE.


Indoor flag footba The new state-of-the-art facility at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha has received plenty of play since its doors opened recently. The indoor surface, which is 65 yards long from baseline to baseline, has brought soccer players out of the woodwork for the adult fall league’s recently completed season.

“We started a league in conjunction with Kenosha Area Athletics,” explained Steve Milkie, who oversees the flag football program. “It was a K-8 league which played on Saturday mornings from September through October and had about 80 kids involved. We had no clue as to how many kids we would get. We just threw it out there and waited to The facility houses more than just see what the response would be.” indoor soccer. Lacrosse and rugby The response was solid for an teams and leagues are in the works, and flag football is off to a roaring initial venture. Many of the particistart. Flag football is played by boys pants came from the west end of the county. Plus, the league was formed and girls, as well as adults without having to deal with the outside ele- quickly with little advance notice, ments, which are beginning to take a which suggests it will be much larger in the future. turn for the worse.

The fall flag football league played its games on Saturday mornings, as did the Boys & Girls Club’s tackle football league, which plays outdoors. Milkie said the two are not in competition with each other; rather the club now offers another option for the young football enthusiast. “Some parents are either afraid of injury or just don’t feel their kid is ready for tackle football,” reasoned Milkie. “Flag football is a good way to see if you are interested in playing football. And, some people just like flag football better.”

Other leagues in the mix A middle school league is underway and runs on consecutive Wednesdays through Dec. 21. This league is more of a pick-up league in nature. A total of 18 kids are signed up and show up to play for an hour each week. Sides are chosen and they have at it. Another middle school league, along with a high school league, is planned for the winter, starting in February. An adult league is in the mix, starting play on Nov. 5. They will play 10 consecutive Saturdays and have six teams of 14 players each. Milkie has had conversations with area high school football coaches. There are some hurdles to jump over with the WIAA, but once all that is worked out, high school athletes will have a viable football option in their off-season.

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all appeals to a wide variety of ages New Boys & Girls Club facility the perfect venue for non-contact sport “It keeps the high school kids practicing routes, throwing the ball, catching the ball and staying active with the sport,” noted Milkie. “It gives them that football mentality year-round, which can only help the high school football programs.” The indoor game itself is a seven-on-seven format. Thanks to Milkie’s innovation, the walls and the netting are in play, as is the ceiling on punts, much like an arena league. There are no kickoffs, and teams start their possession just outside their own end zone. If the offensive team reaches midfield, they earn a first down.

clean games with no fighting or anything even close to that.” Kids are placed on teams and given a coach to work with. Adults go out and get a sponsor and come in as a team, just like a recreation softball or basketball team does in the city leagues, for example.

For more information on the flag football program at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha (1330 52nd Street), check out its website at www.bgckenosha.org or call 262654-6200 and ask for the Sports Department.

Blocking is not allowed. Players can screen off opposing players, much like a basketball player would set a screen. “We don’t want full-out collisions,” said Milkie. “That’s where problems start. We want to run

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Valeri Insurance and FTFC battle in a 3-3 thriller Valeri Insurance opened up Session I league play at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha with a tie against one of the top teams in the league, FTFC. The game was tight all the way through the entire match. Valeri Insurance was able to break through with a goal in the final two minutes to secure the tie in this pivotal game for two of the top teams in the league.

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U10 Ice Dragons top U10 Mexico The U10 Ice Dragons jumped out to an early lead and then held off a surge by U10 Mexico en route to a 5-2 victory Nov. 10. The Ice Dragons did a solid job of playing the ball in space and holding possession of the ball. The team received balanced scoring with five different players finding the back of the net.

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U17 Kenosha Crew scores big win in indoor opener The U17 Kenosha Crew girls team began indoor action playing the Eagles in high school girls action at the indoor facility at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha Nov. 13. The Crew won the game in convincing fashion by a 9-1 margin. In other high school girls action, the United FC Red team scored with 16 seconds remaining to secure a 4-4 tie with U16 Kenosha Crew.

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Lizzie Hawbaker and Alex Valeri each scored two goals to power the U17 Kenosha Crew over the Eagles. Goalkeeper Sara Klimisch kept United FC in the game with several outstanding saves in a 4-4 tie with the U16 Kenosha Crew.

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1400 Fresh Salsa $ 99 .............. 3 $ 99 Clam Dip........................ 6 Guacamole $ 99 made Wed./Sat. 5 Lasagna $ 99 Full pans ....... 59 $ 99 Meatballs 15 count........ 6

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(Serves 9-12)

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Stop in for a catering menu or call 654-9316 Open 5:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Sundays

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