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Growing the sport of boys volleyball locally was the goal of Curtis Madsen and Brian Sharkey when they launched the Southport Volleyball Club three years ago. This season, three teams (14s, 16s and 17s) will compete in tournaments from Dec. 17 through July 8 for the purpose of skill development and exposure to collegiate recruiters.

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A wide variety of activities, departmentalized by sport, are spelled out in the Upcoming Events section of this week’s digital magazine. From bowl-a-thons and wiffle ball tournaments, to lacrosse and golf programs, to calls for players and coaches, there is an abundance of things to get involved with in the Kenosha community.

On the hunt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-28

Hunting and fishing exploits dominate the Top Performers section of this week’s edition of KSN @Play. Others found in this section are UW-Parkside basketball players Jadee Rooney and Jaleesa Trussell, who helped the Rangers to a pair of victories Nov. 26 and 27.


Southport Volleyball Club g following year, 28 came to tryouts and a pair of teams was formed. Three years ago, Curtis Madsen Now, in its third year, the Southand Brian Sharkey had a vision for port Volleyball Club had 42 try out and was able to keep most of them a local volleyball club. The head with teams competing at the 14s, and assistant volleyball coaches, 16s and 17s levels. The group fell respectively, at Tremper High just short of forming an 18s team, School wanted to grow the sport which is expected to be in the and awareness of it on the boys level locally, while playing top-notch works next time around. competition. “We had a lot of success with the two teams we had last year that Southport Volleyball Club was played through nationals,” noted born out of this vision with a Sharkey. “It showed at the high 16-and-under team in that initial year with 19 athletes trying out. The schools. The feedback we have

been receiving is good; we are supplying their needs right now. We don’t want to get too big where we don’t serve the kids.” Sharkey emphasized the need for a club like Southport. “Kenosha doesn’t have boys volleyball at the middle school level,” he pointed out. “It’s just in the parochial schools and that is a combined team. We are working to connect with the middle schools so that something can get up and running.” Southport Volleyball Club is dedicated to the promotion of boys volleyball, ages 12-18, in southeastern Wisconsin. The club strives to give the highest level of instruction possible and use that training to compete in tournaments at the regional and national levels. “At the 14s level, a lot of kids are still learning the game and the rules, and some have never picked up a volleyball,” Sharkey said. “Many times we find ourselves trying to undo what the kids have been taught in gym class. But, they pick up what we teach them so fast.”

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Sharkey is persistent about teaching and promoting his sport because, “you don’t see adult baseball or football very often, but you can play volleyball for life. Many adults tell me they wish they had a volleyball option like this when they were in school.”


gives boys a chance they didn’t have before Organization provides high schools with experienced volleyball players Like any other club in any sport, a cost is involved. Sharkey said volleyball is far less expensive than sports such as hockey, but is comparable to traveling teams including AAU basketball.

The other type of tournament Southport Volleyball Club enters centers on skill development, giving the players the chance to compete against teams from other

“We are not looking to make a huge profit, but our coaches do get paid,” he said. “We keep the costs for the players and their families as low as possible.” The club plays in two types of tournaments, which begin on Dec. 17 and run through July 8, 2012. One type of tournament competition creates exposure to collegiate volleyball recruiters and offers the young athletes the highest Right side hitter Kurt Riemer (41) goes up for a kill. competition possible.

clubs in southeast Wisconsin and northeast Illinois that are on their level. In its short time in existence, Southport Volleyball Club has built positive in-roads into the collegiate volleyball scene. Both Madsen and Sharkey have coached at the collegiate level and have a coaching staff that is comprised of current and former college players. More information on Southport Volleyball Club can be obtained by emailing muvolleyball@ hotmail.com or visiting http://southportvolley ball.clubspaces.com.

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Upcoming Events BASEBALL UW-Parkside The UW-Parkside baseball team will kick off its inaugural BowlA-Thon on Dec. 4 at noon. The Bowl-A-Thon will take place at Guttormsen Recreation Center (GRC) in Kenosha. For a price of $25 per person, registration will include three games of bowling at 9 pin tap, pizza, soda pop, a silent auction and a raffle. Teams are still being added. Call the UW-Parkside baseball office at 262-595-2317 for more information. Lakeland Little League Lakeland Little League is now accepting applications for managers and coaches for the 2012 season. Those interested can also acquire the forms from http://www.eteamz. com/lakelandll. If you have questions, call the Little League Office at 262-857-2722 or e-mail Wally Zirbel at zirbel5@aol.com

being offered to players as young as third grade. For more information, contact Jamie DeMatthew at jdematthew@plprairiewi.com For the Game The 2011 Winter Shootout will take place on Dec. 3-4 or Dec. 17-18. Play three games either on Saturday or Sunday at the Waukegan Field House at Hinkston Park. Final placement will be based on the needs of the tournament. If your team wishes to play both days, the cost is $325. The easy registration form is available at https://docs. google.com/spreadsheet/viewform ?formkey=dDB1MHA5NEtpNW85a 3EtWElaczB0dWc6MQ. For the Game The 2012 Winter Shootout will take place on Jan. 7-8. Play three games either on Saturday or Sunday at the Waukegan Field House at Hinkston Park. Final placement based on the needs of the tournament. If your team wishes to play both days, the cost is only $350. The easy registration form is available at https:// docs.google.com/spreadsheet/vie wform?formkey=dDB1MHA5NEtpN W85a3EtWElaczB0dWc6MQ.

will have a girls travel basketball program to go along with its boys program. Visit www.wavebball. com or send an email to coach Lesnik at coachlesnik@wavebball. com for more information.

LACROSSE Kenosha Lacrosse Club The Introduction to Lacrosse program will be offered at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. Programs began in November and will run through March. Cost is $60 per sixweek session or sign up and prepay for all three for $160. For more information, call Rob Wikstrom at 262-770-2041 or send an email to kenoshalacrosseclub@yahoo.com

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UW-Parkside UW-Parkside golf coach Mark Olsen has released information for his 2012 Winter Golf Clinic. The program will hold four, 45-minute group lessons Feb. 7-10. Olsen will Boys & Girls Club lead the staff along with members The Kenosha Small Fry Basketball of the UW-Parkside golf team and Program will hold tryouts for one guest PGA professionals. There varsity boys, one rookie boys and are three separate sessions on one varsity girls team Dec. 9-11 at those days at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. p.m. in the DeSimone Gymnasium. For the Game The Kenosha Small Fry Basketball Come play at Northern Illinois Uni- The cost for one session (four, Program is entering its 40th year 45-minute lessons) is $60. For versity, home of the Huskies, in a in Small Fry Basketball. For more more information, contact Olsen at information, visit www.kenoshas- four-game minimum Championship 262-595-3357. Tournament. For more informamallfry.com tion about this and other upcoming MARTIAL ARTS events, see the attached file or call BASKETBALL Jim at 262-909-1285 or visit www. YMCA Pleasant Prairie RecPlex hoops-forthegame.com. Informa- The YMCA is home to a year ’round, continuous martial arts program for The Pleasant Prairie RecPlex is tion will be provided before the proud to announce the formaTournament for those teams inter- children and adults. The fall session has already begun. The four discition of a new basketball program, ested in participating in our new plines that are available are Europethe Pleasant Prairie Patriots. The Sports Community Network. an-style Fencing, Olympic Judo and Patriots travel basketball program Wisconsin Wave JuJitsu, Shorei Kempo Karate and will be offered to boys and girls in The Wisconsin Wave Basketball Traditional Tae Kwon Do. Registragrades 5-11, with camps and clinics Club is excited to announce that it tion fees range from $30 to $80 for 6 KSN@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 1, 2011


Upcoming Events members and from $60 to $110 for the general public. For additional information, contact Stacy Plowman at 262-654-9622, ext. 213, or at splowman@kenoshaymca.org

SOCCER

UW-Parkside The UW-Parkside softball team is hosting Wiffle Wars 2011, a wiffle ball tournament open to the Kenosha/Racine communities, on Dec. 8 beginning at 5 p.m. Teams consist of seven to eight players for the tournament. There is also a home run derby for individuals. There will be prizes for the winners as well as raffles. Cost for a team entry is $60 and you’re guaranteed at least two games. Registration forms are available on www.parksiderangers.com or contact Laura Fillipp at fillipp@uwp.edu for more information.

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Kenosha Sports 21 Session II programming has been announced for youth and high school soccer at the Boys & Girls Club’s new indoor facility. Registration will be taken at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. The public can sign up as complete teams or as individuals. Individuals will be placed on teams that are short of players or when a specific team is SPORTS not assigned. For more information, email kenoshasports21@gmail. Athletic Republic of com or call 262-818-1502. Libertyville Athletic Republic of Libertyville and SOFTBALL Kenosha Sports 21 has partnered to Screamers Fastpitch provide Sports Performance TrainThe Screamers Fastpitch U10 and ing to athletes in the Kenosha area. U14 softball teams are looking for a The training will be held in the new few players. To try out for the team, Kenosha Boys & Girls Club on Dec. contact coach Pat at 608-728-1067. 26 and 29. Athletic Republic PerFor 14U, contact coach Ed at 608- formance Sports Trainers will work 436-4155. with athletes on speed and agility during the sessions. Cost is $45 per

YMCA The Kenosha YMCA is offering an American Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguarding certification course beginning Tuesday, Dec. 20. Course fee is $200 for members and $210 for the general public. Payment is due upon registration; please register no later than three days prior to class. Sign up at the Member Service Desk or by calling 262-6549622.

VOLLEYBALL Wisconsin Juniors Wisconsin Juniors Volleyball has released its fall program schedule. Introductory programs include a K-4 “VolleyKidz” program, in addition to a third and fourth grade league. To see all of the organization’s fall programs, visit http:// www.wisconsinjuniors.com/ camps-and-clinics

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Schedules Christian Life Schedules Wrestling Date Opponent Time Nov. 22 North Chicago Scrimmage 5:30 p.m. Nov. 29 Dual Meet vs. Shoreland 7 p.m. Dec. 8 Dual Meet vs. St. Joseph 7 p.m. Dec. 10 CLS Varsity Tournament 9 a.m. Dec. 17 Wilmot Varsity/JV Tournament 9 a.m. Dec. 20 Dual Meet vs. Lake County 7 p.m. Dec. 22 Dual Meet vs. Heritage Christian 7 p.m. Jan. 5 Dual Meet vs. Catholic Central 7 p.m. Jan. 7 Kenosha Bradford Tournament 9 a.m. Jan. 11 Dual Meet vs. Martin Luther 7 p.m. Jan. 13 Milwaukee Lutheran Tournament 6 p.m Jan. 14 Milwaukee Lutheran Tournament TBA Jan. 18 Dual Meet vs. St. John’s NW Academy 7 p.m. Jan. 21 Markesan Tournament 9:15 a.m. Jan. 28 Wisconsin Dells Tournament TBA Feb. 4 MCC Tournament 9:30 a.m.

Fifth/Sixth Grade Boys Basketball Date Opponent Time Jan. 5 at Concordia Lutheran 5 p.m. Jan. 6 at Trinity Lutheran 6 p.m. Jan. 12 at St. John`s Lutheran 6 p.m. Jan. 14 Racine Christian 10 a.m. Jan. 19 at TBA TBA Jan. 19 Friedens Lutheran 5 p.m. Jan. 20 at TBA TBA Jan. 21 at TBA TBA Jan. 22 at TBA TBA Jan. 23 Westlake Christian Academy 5 p.m. Jan. 25 at Friedens Lutheran 5 p.m. Jan. 28 St. John`s Lutheran 10 a.m. Jan. 30 at Westlake Christian Academy 5 p.m. Feb. 3 at Racine Christian 6 p.m. Feb. 7 at Our Savior Lutheran 10 a.m. Feb. 11 Trinity Lutheran 10 a.m. Feb. 13 Our Savior Lutheran 5 p.m. Feb. 18 Concordia Lutheran 9 a.m. 16 KSN@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 1, 2011


Schedules Christian Life Schedules Junior High Boys Basketball Date Opponent Time Nov. 18 at Lakeshore Christian Homeschoolers 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at TBA TBA Nov. 20 at TBA TBA Dec. 27 at TBA TBA Dec. 28 at TBA TBA Dec. 29 at TBA TBA Jan. 5 at Concordia Lutheran 7 p.m. Jan. 6 at Trinity Lutheran 8 p.m. Jan. 12 at St. John`s Lutheran 8 p.m. Jan. 14 Racine Christian 12 p.m. Jan. 19 Friedens Lutheran 7 p.m. Jan. 23 Westlake Christian Academy 7 p.m. Jan. 25 at Friedens Lutheran 7 p.m. Jan. 28 St. John`s Lutheran 12 p.m. Jan. 30 at Westlake Christian Academy 7 p.m. Feb. 3 at Racine Christian 8 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran 7 p.m. Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Trinity Lutheran 12 p.m. Feb. 13 Our Savior Lutheran 7 p.m. Feb. 18 Concordia Lutheran 11 a.m. Feb. 23 at TBA TBA Feb. 24 at TBA TBA Feb. 25 at TBA TBA Feb. 26 at TBA TBA

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Schedules Christian Life Schedules Freshmen Boys Basketball Date Opponent Time Dec. 2 Shoreland Lutheran 4:15 p.m. Dec. 8 The Prairie School 4:15 p.m. Dec. 10 at Catholic Central 5:30 p.m. Jan. 5 at Lake Country Lutheran 4:15 p.m. Jan. 7 at Martin Luther 4:15 p.m. Jan. 17 at St. Joseph Catholic Academy 4:15 p.m. Jan. 21 Racine Lutheran 4:15 p.m. Jan. 24 Racine St. Catherine’s 4:15 p.m. Jan. 27 at Shoreland Lutheran 4:15 p.m. Jan. 31 Catholic Central 4:15 p.m. Feb. 10 Martin Luther 4:15 p.m. Feb. 11 at The Prairie School 3 p.m. Feb. 18 St. Joseph Catholic Academy 4:15 p.m. Feb. 21 at Racine Lutheran 4:15 p.m. Feb. 24 at Racine St. Catherine’s 4:15 p.m.

JV Boys Basketball Date Opponent Time Nov. 29 at Union Grove 5:30 p.m. Dec. 2 Shoreland Lutheran 5:45 p.m. Dec. 8 The Prairie School 5:45 p.m. Dec. 10 at Catholic Central 5:45 p.m. Dec. 13 at Faith Christian 4:30 p.m. Dec. 15 Williams Bay 5 p.m. Jan. 5 at Lake Country Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7 at Martin Luther 5:45 p.m. Jan. 13 Heritage Christian 5:45 p.m. Jan. 17 at St. Joseph Catholic Academy 5:45 p.m. Jan. 21 Racine Lutheran 5:45 p.m. Jan. 24 Racine St. Catherine’s 5:45 p.m. Jan. 27 at Shoreland Lutheran 5:45 p.m. Jan. 31 Catholic Central 5:45 p.m. Feb. 2 at Living Word Lutheran 5 p.m. Feb. 6 Westlake Christian Academy 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7 Kenosha Reuther 5 p.m

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Schedules Christian Life Schedules JV Boys Basketball cont. Date Opponent Time Feb. 10 Martin Luther 5:45 p.m. Feb. 11 at The Prairie School 4:15 p.m. Feb. 14 at Heritage Christian 5:45 p.m. Feb. 18 St. Joseph Catholic Academy 5:45 p.m. Feb. 21 at Racine Lutheran 5:45 p.m. Feb. 24 at Racine St. Catherine’s 5:45 p.m.

Varsity Boys Basketball Date Opponent Time Nov. 19 TBA 9 a.m. Nov. 29 at Union Grove 7 p.m. Dec. 2 Shoreland Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8 The Prairie School 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at Catholic Central 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13 at Faith Christian 7:30 p.m. Dec. 15 Williams Bay 6:30 p.m. Dec. 16 The Prairie School 7:30 p.m. Jan. 1 Lake Country Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7 at Martin Luther 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13 Heritage Christian 7:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at St. Joseph Catholic Academy 7:30 p.m. Jan. 21 Racine Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24 Racine St. Catherine’s 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27 at Shoreland Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 Catholic Central 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 at Living Word Lutheran 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7 Kenosha Reuther 6:30 p.m. Feb. 10 Martin Luther 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at The Prairie School 5:45 p.m. Feb. 14 at Heritage Christian 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18 St. Joseph Catholic Academy 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at Racine Lutheran 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at Racine St. Catherine’s 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28 TBD Regional 7 p.m.

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Schedules Christian Life Schedules Junior High Girls Basketball Date Opponent Time Nov. 20 at TBA TBA Jan. 5 at Concordia Lutheran 6 p.m. Jan. 6 at Trinity Lutheran 7 p.m. Jan. 12 at St. John`s Lutheran 7 p.m. Jan. 14 Racine Christian 11 a.m. Jan. 19 Friedens Lutheran 6 p.m. Jan. 23 Westlake Christian Academy 6 p.m. Jan. 25 at Friedens Lutheran 6 p.m. Jan. 28 St. John’s Lutheran 11 a.m. Jan. 30 at Westlake Christian Academy 6 p.m. Feb. 3 at Racine Christian 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at Our Savior Lutheran 6 p.m. Feb. 11 Trinity Lutheran School 11 a.m. Feb. 13 Our Savior Lutheran 6 p.m. Feb. 18 Concordia Lutheran 10 a.m. Feb. 23 at TBA TBA ]Feb. 24 at TBA TBA Feb. 25 at TBA TBA Feb. 26 at TBA TBA Feb. 23 at TBA TBA

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Top Performers - Basketball

Jadee Rooney UW-Parkside, scored 25 points, all in the second half, in a 73-60 victory over Grand Valley State, Nov. 26. Rooney was also named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week.

Jaleesa Trussell UW-Parkside, scored 12 points off the bench in a 62-36 victory over Upper Iowa University, Nov. 27.

More top performers... over Ferris State University, Nov. 26. Brittany Beyer, UW-Park- Colt Grandstaff, UWside, had 21 points includ- Parkside, knocked down a ing 15 in the second half to buzzer-beating three-pointgo along with 5 rebounds er to give Parkside a 73-72 in a 75-58 win over Trinity win over Michigan Tech, International, Nov. 22. Nov. 22. Leneal Harris, UW-ParkDanielle Slivka, UWside, led the Rangers with Parkside, recorded her first 17 points in a 70-65 win career double-double with

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Top Performers - Fishing

Kyle Blume caught a 17½-inch largemouth bass on George Lake recently. The grandson of Marjorie Schmidt caught the fish immediately after he put his hook with a worm in the water.

David R. Dennee caught a salmon recently in the Pike River. A 16-year-old junior at Lakeview, this was his first salmon of the season.

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Top Performers - Hunting

Kyle Folkers

Jacob Mattioli

shot his first ever deer. The 11-year-old bagged the prize during his inaugural hunting trip in October.

age 12, bagged his first buck on opening day of Wisconsin’s deer season.

Tyler Mortensen

Allison Supernaw

shot his first deer – an 8-point buck – on the first Saturday of hunting season just outside of Ashland.

of Lilly Lake bagged an 11-point buck in Lilly Lake on the opening day of hunting season.

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Top Performers Matthew Perona shot a 12-point buck on the first weekend of hunting season. The 12-year-old shot the buck, which weighed an estimated 200 pounds, in Kenosha County.

Tyler Dissmore 14, shot two deer in the Ashland area on the opening weekend of deer hunting season.

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Directory Archery

CREATE A DIRECTORY Western Kiwanis Youth Baseball

Kenosha Bowmen

Contact: 262-857-9908; jpicard2@wi.rr.com Works in conjunction with the Wisconsin Field Archery Association and the Wisconsin Bow Hunters Association.

Baseball Burlington Little League

Contact: www.bllbaseball.com Founded in 1959, the program now has over 500 children playing in five levels.

hitters baseball

Contact: 262-995-4742; rj@hittersbaseball.org Competes in major showcase tournaments with prospect teams typically ranging from U15 to U18.

Kenosha bobcats

Contact: 262-515-3545; jatanasoff@carthage.edu Travel baseball organization.

Kenosha Legion Post 21 Merchants

Contact: 262-488-4895; www.leaguelineup.com/kenoshalegion Traveling baseball organization with teams from U10 to U19.

Kenosha Rampage Rhinos

Contact: 262-208-0770; frank.granucci@anixter.com Focuses on character development, confidence and skill building through loyal, positive leadership. Emphasizes sportsmanship, team spirit and family involvement.

Kenosha Rampage Youth Baseball Club Contact: 847-204-6075; bolear@wi.rr.com Travel organization bringing competitive baseball opportunities to U9 through U14.

Kenosha Vipers

Contact: 262-552-0169; thwitt@hotmail.com U15 baseball travel team.

K Town Sluggers U14

Contact: 262-884-0951; hamiltonjimm@gmail.com Summer baseball program. Traveling teams allow more talented players to play at a more competitive level.

Wisconsin Rampage Select Baseball

Contact: 262-344-2887; rampageselect@yahoo.com Competitive travel baseball organization.

Basketball FOR THE GAME

Contact: 262-909-1285; www.hoops-forthegame.com Provides quality youth basketball tournaments which offers opportunities for youth to compete and develop their skills in competitive situations. Open to boys and girls in grades 4-12.

JC’s Basketball Academy

Contact: 920-277-6953; jcbasketballclasses@gmail.com Focuses on team chemistry, discipline, respect and unity. Develops skills for basketball and life.

ACADEMY

Kenosha Blue Devils

Contact: 262-308-1659; mark.keckeisen@abbott.com Fifth grade boys travel basketball team.

Kenosha Small Fry

Contact: 262-653-9630; jmilkie@sbcglobal.net Opportunities for shorter boys and girls to excel in basketball. Developmental, yet competitive.

PLEASANT PRAIRIE PATRIOTS BASKETBALL CLUB

Contact: 262-925-6764; jdematthew@plprairiewi.com For players who seek to play at a high level with exposure to college coaches.

UW-Parkside Men’s Basketball

Contact: 262-960-0494; www.leaguelineup.com/kts U14 travel baseball team.

Contact: 262-595-2468; reigel@uwp.edu Member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference, which boasts multiple national champions.

Little Leaguers of Kenosha

Wisconsin Destiny Basketball

Contact: 262-945-8717; www.littleleaguersofkenosha.com Dedicated to helping children become good citizens through teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play.

Pleasant Prairie Predators

Contact: 262-705-1215; www.predatorsbaseball.com Travel baseball club for U9 through U14. Affiliated with Cal Ripken Baseball, playing out of the Rec Plex.

Contact: 262-620-0999; www.destinybb.org For girls in grades 3-12. Travel and training take place between January and May.

Wisconsin Wave Basketball Club

Contact: 262-818-5012; www.wavebball.com Offers different opportunities and activities for youth basketball players of all abilities.

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Directory Bowling

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Rotary Club of Kenosha West

Contact: 262-658-8191; www.grcbowling.com Independently owned modern bowling center

Sheridan Lanes

Contact: 262-654-0411; www.bowlsheridan.com Bowling, volleyball, parties, fundraisers. Family owned and operated since 1973. Bowling leagues.

Contact: 262-818-4405; randbstevens@aol.com Wednesday afternoon co-ed league at Petrifying Springs Golf Course.

Gymnastics Scamps Gymnastics

Contact: 262-945-8978; clemson31@wi.rr.com Provides children with a safe, fun-filled, progressive educational experience through gymnastics.

Boxing Straight Up Boxing

Contact: 262-914-9257; www.straightupboxing.com Focus is on the workout and sparring. Team members travel to amateur boxing events.

health and fitness WORKOUT 2 LOSE

Contact: 262-947-0437; drobinson@plprairiewi.com Provides a fun and motivational journey to fitness with the added benefit of healthy competition. Teams and individuals compete against each other for weight loss.

Cheer and Dance Classic Youth Cheer and Dance CYC Raiders All Stars

Contact: 262-925-1199; www.cycraiders.com Competitive all-star cheerleading and dance teams from K-12. One of the oldest programs in the nation.

Hockey Kenosha Komets

TREMPER HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING

Contact: 262-945-9767; www.kenoshakometshockey.com Youth hockey for ages 5-17.

Contact: 262-359-2200; www.trempercheer.webstarts.com/index.html Junior varsity and varsity cheerleading promotes school spirit, pride and loyalty. Teaches self-respect while striving for perfection.

Kenosha Thunder

Contact: 262-914-9876; www.kenoshathunderhockey.com Hockey team.

Cycling

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Kenosha Velosport

Contact: P.O. Box 44116, Milwaukee, WI 53214. Develops kids who are willing to accept all the challenges and self-discipline necessary to compete at the AAA level and become positive role models.

Contact: 262-748-5003; www.kenoshavelosport.org Promotes junior bicycle racing. Focuses on road and track racing from the club to the national level.

Darts

Wisconsin Rampage Junior Hockey

Contact: 847-529-8248; www.wisconsinrampage.com Junior B team playing in the Great Lakes Junior Hockey League.

Tuesday Night Four Man Dartball League Contact: 262-770-1151;

littlekw022@gmail.com Tuesday night dartball league from October through March.

Lacrosse Kenosha Raptors Lacrosse

Football Wisconsin Warriors

Contact: 414-759-8823; www.wiwarriors.com Women’s full contact football team.

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Contact: 262-770-2041; KenoshaLacrosseclub@yahoo.com Open to high school-age boys with competition in the Milwaukee Area Youth Lacrosse League in the spring.


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Rec Plex

Contact: 262-925-6764; www.recplexonline.com/sports Offers programs which play a vital role in promoting physical, social, emotional and mental health development.

Braun’s Karate and Martial Arts

Contact: 262-412-5942; www.bkmartialarts.org Incorporates discipline and respect through karate, aikido, capoeira and more.

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SPORTS 21

Contact: 262-605-8760; www.davestrasser.com Trains individuals in the sport of life through tailored fitness and disciplined sports training for all ages. Teaches self-defense.

Contact: 262-818-1502; www.kenoshasports21.com Offers leagues, camps and clinics at the new Boys and Girls Club facility.

Stay In The Game

Kenosha Tae Kwon Do Club

Contact: 262-697-4021; www.stay-in-the-game.com Indoor baseball, softball and golf training facility.

Contact: 262-657-8397; www.kenoshataekwondo.net All instructors certified through Kukkiwon.

St. Joseph CATHOLIC ACADEMY

Multiple Sports

Contact: 262-654-8651; dwitthun@kenoshastjoseph.com High school athletics.

Big blue camp Contact: 262-964-0264; www.bigbluecamp.com Designed to emphasize the learning of basic skills and fundamentals in football, basketball and volleyball.

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE

Contact: 262-595-2485; www.parksiderangers.com Wisconsin’s only NCAA Division II athletic program. Competes in the Great Lakes Valley Conference with schools from Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.

Boys & Girls Club/CYC

Contact: 262-654-6200; www.bgckenosha.org Offers instruction/play in softball, basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball, football and golf. Also has instruction in dance and cheerleading.

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Bradford High School

Contact: 262-652-7373; todd.anderson@club-net.com The West Side Tennis and Swim program.

Contact: 262-359-6200; http://bradford.kusd.edu High school sports.

Kenosha Christian Life High School Contact: 262-694-3900; spowell@kclsed.org High school sports in the Midwest Classic Conference, WIAA Division 3.

Rugby Kenosha Vultures Rugby Football Club

Contact: 262-552-7167; www.kenoshavulturesrugby.com Open to high school boys for spring and summer play. No experience is required.

KENOSHA SPECIAL OLYMPICS

Contact: 262-652-1699; clewis@khds.org Sports training and competition for cognitively challenged adults.

UW-Parkside Men’s Rugby Football Club Contact: 262-880-7602;

Kenosha YMCA

Contact: 262-654-9622; www.kenoshaymca.org Offers activities in multiple sports for all ages.

Lakeland Little League

Contact: 262-942-7751; burnett914@yahoo.com Youth baseball and softball organization serving western Kenosha County.

PARIS CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL

Contact: 262-859-2350; jpye@paris.k12.wi.us K-8 with an enrollment of 246 which offers volleyball, baseball, cheerleading and basketball.

www.parksiderugby.com Club sport at UW-Parkside.

Running Kenosha Running Club

Contact: 262-652-9046; www.kenosharunningclub.org Puts on two races per year with proceeds going to Kenosha area charities which have health and fitness as an important part of their service.

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Directory Soccer

Tennis Ace Soccer Club

Contact: 262-960-4722; www.estfc.com Features instruction and recreational play. USTA junior and adult teams.

Contact: www.acesoccerclub.org Travel Soccer Club with branches in Racine, Milwaukee and Kenosha. Youth U8 and above.

Kenosha Tennis Club

carthage college

Contact: 262-496-7781; tpacetti@yahoo.com Summer tennis with lessons and match play opportunities.

Contact: 262-551-5930; sdomin@carthage.edu Division III soccer.

KASL

Contact: 262-694-0248; www.kenoshasoccer.com Soccer for all ages and skill levels in gender and competition divisions.

Volleyball Southport Volleyball Club

Contact: 262-764-1930; muvolleyball@hotmail.com Boys volleyball for age 14-18. Club competes at the regional and national levels

Kenosha Crew

Contact: 262-945-0806; www.kenoshacrew.com Club soccer for U8 through U18.

Wisconsin Juniors Volleyball Club

United FC Soccer Club

Contact: 262-945-8514; www.unitedfcwi.com Select club of the Kenosha Area Soccer League. Competitive program from age 5 through high school.

East Side Tennis Club

Contact: 262-862-7294; www.wisconsinjuniors.com Based out of the Rec Plex. Works closely with college coaches.

Wrestling Little Red Hot Wrestling Club

Softball Contact: 262-945-5141; jwavro@fairwaymc.com Sponsors softball.

Contact: 262-515-3097; ktownwrestling@yahoo.com Designed to develop basic wrestling skills, life skills and high academic excellence for boys and girls.

Kenosha Cyclones Fastpitch Club

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Contact: 262-210-8456; www.kenoshacyclones.org Serves U10 through U18. Members of the Amateur Softball Association Junior Olympic program as well as other national associations.

Contact: www.kenoshawrestling.org High school wrestling.

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Rangers win with buzzer-beater at Michigan Tech UW-Parkside was down by two points as the final buzzer sounded at Michigan Tech Nov. 22. The ball was still in the air, after being released by Colt Grandstaff from behind the three-point arc. The ball swished through the hoop and gave the Rangers a buzzer-beating 73-72 win over the Huskies, a team projected to win the North Division of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic A view from the rafters Conference (GLIAC). The Rangers of Jeremy Saffold launching a shot then put their 4-0 record on the line at Ferris State Nov. 26 and suffered their first loss of the season, 70-65, to the home standing Bulldogs. UWP will open Great Lakes Valley Conference play Thursday, Dec. 1, against Kentucky Wesleyan in the DeSimone Gymnasium. A 7:30 p.m. tipoff is scheduled.

Head coach Luke Reigel directs traffic.

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Colt Grandstaff hit a three-point shot at the buzzer to give the Rangers a thrilling 73-72 win at Michigan Tech in Houghton, Mich., Nov. 22. Conrad Krutwig, Jeremy Saffold and Leneal Harris each scored 15 points in the triumph at Tech.

Leneal Harris heads to the hoop.

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Key win over Grand Valley State in weekend sweep The 18th-ranked Rangers knocked off perennial powerhouse Grand Valley State, 73-60, in a regional matchup Nov. 26. The game featured two of the top teams in the Midwest Region. Neither team led by more than six points until the final minute when the Rangers pulled away. The Rangers came back the following day and put Jadee Rooney scored 25 points in the win a 62-36 thumping on Upper Iowa to improve to 5-1. The twin wins for the over Grand Valley Rangers extended their home winning State. streak to 23 games. UW-Parkside begins the Great Lakes Valley Conference season with a 5:30 p.m. tipoff against Kentucky Wesleyan in the DeSimone Gymnasium Dec. 1.

Kiah Simon is head and shoulders above the rest.

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Jadee Rooney scored 25 points in the second half as UWP topped Grand Valley State, 73-60, Nov. 26. She was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Player of the Week. Jaleesa Trussell came off the bench to score a team-high 12 points in the 62-36 win over Upper Iowa Nov. 27, while teammate Kiah Simon had six points, three rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots in 10 minutes of play.

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