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This Week’s Highlights… Feeling at home on the court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 With more than 2 million American kids being homeschooled these days, the doors have opened for homeschool sports teams, including the Lakeshore Thunder basketball squad that competes in a 15-team league including teams from Wisconsin and Illinois.
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From youth to adult soccer players, to high school wrestlers, to prep basketball players, to young athletes participating in a speed and agility clinic, a variety of male and female athletes are captured in colorful images making up the Top Photos section of this week’s edition of KSN @Play.
What a performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 Local soccer players dominate this week’s Top Performers, including Colton Coca of the U10 Storm FC, who scored four goals in a recent game. Others who found the back of the net three times were Oscar Flores, Tyler McKinnon and Liam Westhoff.
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Lakeshore Thunder includes kids from Racine, Kenosha More and more youth these days – 2 million as of a recent count – are being homeschooled in America. In fact, a poll conducted by the nation’s Home Education Study Institute revealed that since 2003 the number of homeschooled students has more than doubled, and that homeschooling is growing at an annual rate of 15 percent. This means that in many homes, parents teach courses which the majority of kids learn within the walls of their local schools. A major disadvantage of being homeschooled is that the students don’t always have access to athletic teams offered as part of the educational process by a conventional school.
Homeschool basketball is changing all that. Players need to have at least 51 percent of their education taking place outside of a school to qualify to play on a homeschool team. Locally, the homeschool teams fall under the Lakeshore Thunder umbrella. Just like a high school, there is a junior varsity and varsity team. A girls team is in the fold as well.
“This program started in Racine 11 years ago and technically we are based out of Racine,” explained Stalker. “With all the budget cuts, Racine Unified jacked up the prices to practice at their facilities to $50 an hour. The Boys & Girls Club in Kenosha has a brand new facility and really helped us out by offering us a sweet deal to practice there, so we jumped on it.”
Gabe Stalker benefitted from playing in a homeschool basketball program. Now a student at UW-Parkside, he is giving back by coaching in the program. Unlike a normal high school coach, he receives no pay as the Lakeshore Thunder’s boys varsity head coach.
The Thunder plays in a 15-team league comprised of three divisions of five. The Thunder’s division is made up of three Illinois teams and a pair from the Dairy State. Players on the Thunder come from Racine, Kenosha, South Milwaukee, Burlington, Waterford and the areas within those communities. The Kenosha pair on the team is Stalker’s younger brother, Noah, and Michael Bergmann, the latter of whom is averaging 16 points per game to go with nine rebounds. His game has piqued the interest of Carthage College.
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“We don’t have an AAU team in the summer and that hurts,” reasoned Stalker. “The AAU puts the spotlight on kids who are capable
ns its doors to homeschool basketball teams
a, South Milwaukee, Burlington, Waterford and areas within those communities of playing in college, so we don’t have that kind of exposure. Our players have to do it on their own and that’s really a shame.” Some have found their way to the college level. Aaron Lewis and Tom Wright, both of Racine, walked on at UW-Parkside a few years ago. Although they did not get much playing time for the Rangers, each can say they made an NCAA Division II roster.
Milwaukee and they think, ‘It’s only a homeschool team’ and we walk out with a 15-point win. We scrimmaged Racine Prairie and Christian Life and we are right there with them.” On Dec. 10, the Thunder took on Milwaukee Messmer, a long respected high school basketball program, and lost, 51-43, proving they can hang.
But just how good is the Lakeshore Thunder?
Homeschool teams are not governed by the WIAA, so they are not limited to 22 games. In fact, the Thunder is scheduled to play some 40 games this year, hopefully culminating at the homeschool national tournament in Springfield, Mo. “Our numbers are not great,” admitted Stalker. “We have three kids who play a JV game and then they suit up for the varsity game right after.” With more and more kids being homeschooled, Stalker and fellow homeschool basketball coaches may not have to face such a roster-related challenge in the future.
“A lot of people think of us as an intramural program, but we consider ourselves very competitive,” said Stalker. “We will go in to play a high school team in Noah Stalker fires from long range.
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Upcoming Events com/lakelandll. Fill out the form and turn it into the address at the Carthage College bottom of the form. Contact the The fourth annual Carthage College/ Little League office at 262-857Kenosha Merchants Indoor Wiffle 2722 or e-mail Kerry Burnett at Ball Tournament will be held Feb. email@example.com with 17-19 at the Tarble Athletic and questions. Recreation Center on the Carthage Pleasant Prairie Patriots College campus. The tournament The Pleasant Prairie Patriots Travel benefits both Carthage baseball Baseball Club is looking for playand the Merchants 19U American Legion team. Entry fee is $100 with ers for the U10 team for the 2012 a three-game guarantee. First teams season. Those interested in trying out for the team should visit www. to submit their entry forms along with entry fee will be accepted. For recplexonline.com/sports/patriotsfurther information or to receive an baseball-club for more informaentry blank, contact Peter DiGaudio, tion. Player Application forms are tournament director and Merchants available on the website and at the RecPlex Guest Services Desk. Email manager, at 262-488-4895 or by firstname.lastname@example.org or email at email@example.com call 262-947-0437 with questions. Lakeland Little League BASKETBALL Lakeland Little League is now accepting applications for managers Pleasant Prairie RecPlex and coaches for the 2012 season. The Pleasant Prairie RecPlex is Those interested can acquire the proud to announce the formaforms from www.eteamz.com/ tion of a new basketball program, lakelandll. Call the Little League the Pleasant Prairie Patriots. The office at 262-857-2722 or e-mail Patriots travel basketball program Wally Zirbel at firstname.lastname@example.org will be offered to boys and girls in with questions. grades 5-11, with camps and clinics
form can be found 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 will be based on the needs of the tournament. If your team wishes to play both days, the cost is $350. The easy registration form is available at https:// docs.google.com/spreadsheet/vie wform?formkey=dDB1MHA5NEtpN W85a3EtWElaczB0dWc6MQ For the Game Come play at Northern Illinois University, home of the Huskies, in a four-game minimum Championship Tournament. For more information about this and other upcoming events, call Jim at 262-909-1285 or visit www.hoops-forthegame.com. Information will be provided before the tournament for those teams interested in participating in our new Sports Community Network.
Kenosha YMCA A basketball/cardio class is offered for men 18 years or older looking for that extra edge to enhance their skills on the court. We will For the Game focus on all aspects of basketball Come play three games on Super from ballhandling to collegiate and Saturday at the Waukegan Fieldprofessional type workouts, which house at Hinkston Park for only include fullcourt transitional drills, $175. Winners of the division pool quickness, agility and core training. Lakeland Little League will each receive individual awards Whether you are looking to achieve Lakeland Little League is looking (12). Winners will be based on for team sponsors for the 2012 individual or team goals, this is the season. If you would like your name head-to-head results, followed by perfect program for you. Enrollment point differential. In case of a tie, a is limited to the first 15 players who on the back of uniform shirts of one of the teams, please download coin flip will be used. Daily Admis- register. The fee for members is the sponsor form at www.eteamz. sion is $5 and $3. Easy Registration $60, while the fee for the general Lakeland Little League There are open spots for business advertising at Spencer Field and at the Brightondale Complex. Contact the Little League office at 262-857-2722 or email Kerry at email@example.com with questions.
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Upcoming Events public is $75. To register, contact the YMCA at 262-654-9622. RecPlex Registration is now open for the 2012 RecPlex Adult Menâ€™s Basketball League. The league will run on Monday nights starting Jan. 23 and ending April 16. Team registration fee is $650 and registration ends Jan. 6. For more information, contact Jamie DeMatthew at recplex email@example.com
Open Division will take place on March 3 with a three-game minimum at $50 per team. For more information go to kenoshasports21. com, email kenoshasports21@ gmail.com, or call 262-818-1502.
Boys & Girls Club The Winter Freeze Indoor Soccer Tournament Series will take place in February and March. Cost is $175 per team with a three-game minimum. The registration deadline is Feb. 4. For more information call Wisconsin Wave 262-818-1502 or email kenoshasThe Wisconsin Wave Basketball firstname.lastname@example.org . The schedule Club is excited to announce that it is as follows: will have a girls travel basketball Feb. 18 U10 Boys & Girls program to go along with its boys Feb. 25 U8 Boys & Girls program. Visit www.wavebball. March 10 U12 Boys & Girls com or send an email to coach Lesnik at coachlesnik@wavebball. March 17 High School Boys & Girls March 24 U14 Boys & Girls com for more information. DANCE Boys & Girls Club The Indoor Futsal Soccer TournaYMCA ment will take place on March 3-4 The Kenosha YMCA dance proat the new Kenosha Boys & Girls gram has a variety of programs for Club. The youth division, for U8dancers of all ages and skill levels. U18, will take place on March 3-4 at Introductory dance classes include a cost of $125 per team. The Adult
creative movement and rhythms/ tumbling/ballet on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Beginning dance classes include jazz/ballet/tap I, hip hop, and pom/ cheer. Intermediate dance classes include jazz/ballet/tap II and III, hip hop, and pom/cheer. Registration fee is $35 for members and $60 for the general public.
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 email@example.com Kenosha Raptors The Kenosha Raptors boys high school team will have open scrimmage games every Sunday in January from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha.
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Upcoming Events GOLF 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 lead the staff along with members of the UW-Parkside golf team and guest PGA professionals. There are three separate sessions on those days at 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. in the DeSimone Gymnasium. The cost for one session (four, 45-minute lessons) is $60. For more information, contact Olsen at 262-595-3357.
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questions by email at jrivera@ acesoccerclub.org Tournament Director: Jaime Rivera (847-8946713). Please visit our website at www.acesoccerclub.org.
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 MARTIAL ARTS not assigned. For more information, email kenoshasports21@gmail. YMCA com or call 262-818-1502. The YMCA is home to a year ’round, continuous martial arts program for 2012 Midwest Spring Soccer Fest children and adults. The fall session The 2012 Midwest Spring Soccer is underway. The four disciplines Fest will take place May 4-6 hosted that are available are Europeanby ACE Soccer Club. Age Groups style Fencing, Olympic Judo and are Under 6, Under 8 (Boys, Girls, JuJitsu, Shorei Kempo Karate and Coed), Under 9, Under 10 (Boys, Traditional Tae Kwon Do. RegistraGirls, Coed), and Under 11-Under tion fees range from $30 to $80 for 18 (Boys, Girls). Contact for any
Screamers Fastpitch The Screamers Fastpitch U10 and U14 softball teams are looking for a few players. To try out for the team, contact coach Pat at 608-728-1067. For 14U, contact coach Ed at 608436-4155.
VOLLEYBALL RecPlex Registration is now open for the 2012 RecPlex Winter Co-Ed Adult Volleyball League. The league will run on Thursday nights starting Feb. 9 and ending April 26. The league offers a competitive league, intermediate league and recreational league. Team registration fee is $350, and registration ends Jan. 26. Sign up today at the RecPlex. For more information, contact Jamie DeMatthew at recplexsports@ plprairie.com
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Top 10 Performers for 2011
Hannah Saunders Scamps Gymnastics, won the gold medal for trampoline in her age group in the 2011 Junior Olympic National Championships at San Antonio, Texas, July 9-15.
Mason French from Pleasant Prairie, won the 2011 District 16 Harescrambles Championship in the 65cc class, in October. 34 KSN@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 29, 2011
Top 10 Performers for 2011
Nick Alia United FC U12 Red, delivers the game-winning header off a corner kick against Racine United in the semifinal game at the Battle on the Border Soccer Tournament.
Claire Czerwonka 11, took first place in the USTA-sanctioned girls 12 and under tennis tournament during the Le Club Fall Open in Milwaukee, Sept. 30-Oct. 2. Issued December 29, 2011 I KSN@Play Digital Magazine 35
Top 10 Performers for 2011
Andrew Fricke Tremper, recorded 43 kills, 17 digs and 3Â˝ blocks, earning him the Trojan Invitational MVP award, Oct. 1.
Luke Rynish UW-Parkside, was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the 40th Annual Wisconsin Open Wrestling Championships after claiming the 174-pound title, Dec. 3. 36 KSN@Play Digital Magazine I Issued December 29, 2011
ADULT SUNDAY SOCCER – STANDINGS AS OF 12/25/2011 Team ACE Deportivo Azul Kenosha Fire Guerreros Valeri Insurance Napoli FTFC Alcones
W-L-T GS GA 5-0-0 24 12 4-1-0 32 8 3-0-2 25 11 3-1-1 16 14 3-1-1 24 11 3-1-1 16 11 2-2-1 18 25 2-1-1 15 12
Team St Joe’s Alumni Westosha FC Boca Jrs. Lazio X-Ten Blues Red Bulls No Skills
W-L-T GS GA 2-3-0 16 22 2-3-0 10 11 1-4-0 18 15 0-3-2 9 28 1-2-2 9 21 1-2-1 12 15 0-4-1 13 36
0-4-1 4 17
UPCOMING GAMES (1/8/2012) 8:00 a.m. 8:50 a.m. 9:40 a.m. 10:30 a.m.
ACE v. FTFC Lazio v. Napoli X-Ten Blues v. St. Joe’s Alumni Deportivo Azul v. Westosha FC
11:20 a.m. Kickers v. Valeri Insurance 12:10 p.m. Guerreros v. Alcones 1:00 p.m. Kenosha Fire v. No Skills 1:50 p.m.
Boca Juniors v. Red Bulls
Midwest Classic Conference girls basketball North Division Dominican Living Word Lutheran Brookfield Academy Lake Country Lutheran Saint Joan Antida Wayland Academy University School HOPE Christian Messmer
Conf 3-0 2-0 2-0 3-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 0-3 0-3
GB - 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.5 2 2.5 3 3
Overall 4-0 5-1 4-1 3-2 2-1 1-3 1-6 0-6 0-7
South Division Heritage Christian Racine St. Catherine’s Racine Lutheran Shoreland Lutheran The Prairie School Christian Life Catholic Central
Conf 4-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-2 1-2 1-2
GB - 1 1 2 2.5 2.5 2.5
Overall 4-0 4-1 3-3 5-1 4-2 4-2 3-3
Kenosha St. Joseph
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Standings Midwest Classic Conference boys basketball North Division Dominican University School Brookfield Academy Messmer Living Word Lutheran Wayland Academy Lake Country Lutheran Saint John’s NW Academy HOPE Christian
Conf 4-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 1-2 1-3 1-3 0-2 0-4
GB Overall - 5-1 0.5 4-2 0.5 3-2 1.5 6-1 2.5 1-4 3 2-3 3 1-6 3 1-4 4 1-5
South Division Shoreland Lutheran Racine Lutheran Racine St. Catherine’s Christian Life Kenosha St. Joseph Catholic Central The Prairie School Heritage Christian
Conf 3-0 3-0 3-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 1-3 0-4
GB Overall - 6-0 - 5-1 0.5 5-2 1 3-3 1 2-3 1.5 4-3 2.5 1-5 3.5 1-5
GLVC Women’s Basketball East School Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak Indianapolis 2-0 1.000 7-2 .778 W7 Kentucky Wesleyan 2-0 1.000 7-2 .778 W4 UW-Parkside 1-1 .500 7-2 .778 W2 Northern Kentucky 1-1 .500 6-2 .750 W2 Saint Joseph’s 1-1 .500 5-3 .625 W2 Lewis 1-1 .500 3-6 .333 L3 Southern Indiana 0-2 .000 6-3 .667 W1 Bellarmine 0-2 .000 6-4 .600 L1
West School Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak Missouri S&T 3-0 1.000 8-0 1.000 W8 Quincy 2-0 1.000 6-2 .750 W3 Drury 2-1 .667 6-4 .600 L1 William Jewell 1-1 .500 6-2 .750 W1 Illinois-Springfield 1-1 .500 5-4 .556 W2 Missouri-St. Louis 0-2 .000 4-5 .444 L2 Maryville 0-2 .000 3-6 .333 W1 Rockhurst 0-2 .000 2-7 .222 W1
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Saint Joseph’s at Wayne State Missouri S&T at Findlay
Standings GLVC Men’s Basketball East School Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak Kentucky Wesleyan 2-0 1.000 9-0 1.000 W9 Northern Kentucky 2-0 1.000 9-0 1.000 W9 Southern Indiana 2-0 1.000 9-0 1.000 W9 Bellarmine 1-1 .500 9-1 .900 W4 Indianapolis 1-1 .500 7-2 .778 W2 Lewis 0-2 .000 7-2 .778 W3 UW-Parkside 0-2 .000 5-3 .625 W1 Saint Joseph’s 0-2 .000 4-5 .444 L2
West School Conf CPct. Overall Pct. Streak Missouri-St. Louis 2-0 1.000 6-3 .667 W5 Rockhurst 2-0 1.000 5-5 .500 L1 Drury 2-1 .667 7-3 .700 W4 Maryville 1-1 .500 6-2 .750 W1 William Jewell 1-1 .500 4-4 .500 W1 Illinois-Springfield 1-1 .500 3-7 .300 W1 Quincy 0-2 .000 6-2 .750 W2 Missouri S&T 0-3 .000 1-10 .091 L6
Thursday, Dec. 29 game
Friday, Dec. 30 game
Wayne State at UW-Parkside (7:30 p.m.)
Trinity Christian at UW-Parkside (7 p.m.)
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Directory Pleasant Prairie Predators
Archery Kenosha Bowmen
Contact: 262-857-9908; email@example.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.
Contact: 262-995-4742; firstname.lastname@example.org Competes in major showcase tournaments with prospect teams typically ranging from U15 to U18.
Contact: 262-515-3545; email@example.com 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; firstname.lastname@example.org 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; email@example.com Travel organization bringing competitive baseball opportunities to U9 through U14.
Contact: 262-552-0169; firstname.lastname@example.org U15 baseball travel team.
K Town Sluggers U14
Contact: 262-960-0494; www.leaguelineup.com/kts U14 travel baseball team.
Little Leaguers of Kenosha
Contact: 262-945-8717; www.littleleaguersofkenosha.com Dedicated to helping children become good citizens through teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play.
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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.
Western Kiwanis Youth Baseball
Contact: 262-884-0951; email@example.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; firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
JCâ€™s Basketball Academy
Contact: 920-277-6953; email@example.com Focuses on team chemistry, discipline, respect and unity. Develops skills for basketball and life.
Kenosha Blue Devils
Contact: 262-308-1659; firstname.lastname@example.org Fifth grade boys travel basketball team.
Kenosha Small Fry
Contact: 262-653-9630; email@example.com Opportunities for shorter boys and girls to excel in basketball. Developmental, yet competitive.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE PATRIOTS BASKETBALL CLUB
Contact: 262-925-6764; firstname.lastname@example.org For players who seek to play at a high level with exposure to college coaches.
UW-Parkside Menâ€™s Basketball
Contact: 262-595-2468; email@example.com Member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference, which boasts multiple national champions.
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Wisconsin Destiny Basketball
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.
Bowling GUTTORMSEN RECREATION CENTER
firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesday night dartball league from October through March.
Football Wisconsin Warriors
Contact: 414-759-8823; www.wiwarriors.com Womenâ€™s full contact football team.
gOLF Rotary Club of Kenosha West
Contact: 262-658-8191; www.grcbowling.com Independently owned modern bowling center
Contact: 262-818-4405; email@example.com Wednesday afternoon co-ed league at Petrifying Springs Golf Course.
Contact: 262-654-0411; www.bowlsheridan.com Bowling, volleyball, parties, fundraisers. Family owned and operated since 1973. Bowling leagues.
Gymnastics Scamps Gymnastics
Contact: 262-945-8978; firstname.lastname@example.org 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; email@example.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.
TREMPER HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING
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.
Cycling Kenosha Velosport
Contact: 262-748-5003; www.kenoshavelosport.org Promotes junior bicycle racing. Focuses on road and track racing from the club to the national level.
Tuesday Night Four Man Dartball League Contact: 262-770-1151;
Hockey Kenosha Komets
Contact: 262-945-9767; www.kenoshakometshockey.com Youth hockey for ages 5-17.
Contact: 262-914-9876; www.kenoshathunderhockey.com Hockey team.
milwaukee junior admirals aaa hockey
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.
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Directory Lakeland Little League
Contact: 262-942-7751; firstname.lastname@example.org Youth baseball and softball organization serving western Kenosha County.
Wisconsin Rampage Junior Hockey
Contact: 847-529-8248; www.wisconsinrampage.com Junior B team playing in the Great Lakes Junior Hockey League.
Contact: 262-925-6764; www.recplexonline.com/sports Offers programs which play a vital role in promoting physical, social, emotional and mental health development.
Lacrosse Kenosha Raptors Lacrosse
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.
Contact: 262-818-1502; www.kenoshasports21.com Offers leagues, camps and clinics at the new Boys and Girls Club facility.
Stay In The Game
Contact: 262-697-4021; www.stay-in-the-game.com Indoor baseball, softball and golf training facility.
Braun’s Karate and Martial Arts
Contact: 262-412-5942; www.bkmartialarts.org Incorporates discipline and respect through karate, aikido, capoeira and more.
wisconsin club net
Contact: 262-652-7373; email@example.com The West Side Tennis and Swim program.
dave strasser’s freestyle academy
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.
Rugby Kenosha Vultures Rugby Football Club
Kenosha Tae Kwon Do Club
Contact: 262-657-8397; www.kenoshataekwondo.net All instructors certified through Kukkiwon.
Contact: 262-552-7167; www.kenoshavulturesrugby.com Open to high school boys for spring and summer play. No experience is required.
UW-Parkside Men’s Rugby Football Club Contact: 262-880-7602;
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. 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.
KENOSHA SPECIAL OLYMPICS
Contact: 262-652-1699; firstname.lastname@example.org Sports training and competition for cognitively challenged adults.
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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.
CREATE A DIRECTORY
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.
ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC SCHOOL OF KENOSHA
Contact: 262-764-4868; www.allsaintskenosha.org Fifth through eighth grade athletics for boys and girls offering activity in volleyball, basketball and cheerleading.
Bradford High School
Softball kiwanis breakfast club
Contact: 262-359-6200; http://bradford.kusd.edu High school sports.
Contact: 262-945-5141; email@example.com Sponsors softball.
Kenosha Christian Life High School
Kenosha Cyclones Fastpitch Club
Contact: 262-694-3900; firstname.lastname@example.org High school sports in the Midwest Classic Conference, WIAA Division 3.
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.
PARIS CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL
Contact: 262-859-2350; email@example.com K-8 with an enrollment of 246 which offers volleyball, baseball, cheerleading and basketball.
St. Joseph CATHOLIC ACADEMY
Contact: 262-960-4722; www.estfc.com Features instruction and recreational play. USTA junior and adult teams.
Contact: 262-654-8651; firstname.lastname@example.org High school athletics.
Kenosha Tennis Club
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE
Contact: 262-595-2485; www.parksiderangers.com Wisconsinâ€™s only NCAA Division II athletic program. Competes in the Great Lakes Valley Conference with schools from Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
Contact: 262-496-7781; email@example.com Summer tennis with lessons and match play opportunities.
Volleyball Southport Volleyball Club
Contact: 262-764-1930; firstname.lastname@example.org Boys volleyball for age 14-18. Club competes at the regional and national levels
Soccer Ace Soccer Club
Contact: www.acesoccerclub.org Travel Soccer Club with branches in Racine, Milwaukee and Kenosha. Youth U8 and above.
Wisconsin Juniors Volleyball Club
Contact: 262-862-7294; www.wisconsinjuniors.com Based out of the Rec Plex. Works closely with college coaches.
Contact: 262-551-5930; email@example.com Division III soccer.
Contact: 262-694-0248; www.kenoshasoccer.com Soccer for all ages and skill levels in gender and competition divisions.
Contact: 262-945-0806; www.kenoshacrew.com Club soccer for U8 through U18.
East Side Tennis Club
Wrestling Little Red Hot Wrestling Club
Contact: 262-515-3097; firstname.lastname@example.org Designed to develop basic wrestling skills, life skills and high academic excellence for boys and girls.
tremper high school
Contact: www.kenoshawrestling.org High school wrestling.
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INSIDE SCHOOLS [Media Reports] K-12
› CLS Wrestling › St. Joseph’s Boys Basketball
Christian Life Wrestling MORE HEADLINES
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For more information, contact Alan Krass at 262-705-1725 or www.kenoshachristianlife.org
CLS convincingly wins a pair of duals To say the Christian Life wrestling team was dominant against Lake Country Lutheran Dec. 20 would be a massive understatement. Wrestling on the home mat, the Eagles trounced their guests, 79-0. The team also blasted Burlington Catholic Central that same night, 57-16. “The boys performed very well tonight,” said Eagles co-head coach Tim Pinter. “This is the result of a lot of hard work paying off.” Paul Hammond was in charge all night.
Collin Thome is all over his Lake Country Lutheran adversary.
Paul Hammond won both of his matches Dec. 20. The 195-pounder won by pin against Tomas Zampiro of Burlington Catholic Central in three minutes even and won a one-sided decision over Ben Young of Lake Country Lutheran, 15-1. Joey Kasprzak logged the quickest pin of the night, sticking Matt Hannuls of Lake Country Lutheran in 52 seconds, terminating a 160-pound bout.
Jake Whitted (front) takes down Troy Ladd of Burlington Catholic Central.
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St. Joseph’s Boys Basketball MORE HEADLINES
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For more information, contact Dave Witthun at 262-654-8651 or www.kenoshastjoseph.com/athletics.html
St. Joe’s tops St. Rita in Holiday Hoopla tourney St. Joe’s Sixth Grade Boys Gold basketball team fought back from an early deficit and held on for an exciting win against St. Rita (Racine) in the second round of the Holy Rosary Holiday Hoopla Tournament Dec. 23.
The St. Joe’s Sixth Grade Boys Gold squad is all smiles after a big win.
Ben Scoop fires a free throw.
Connor Rhey led St. Joe’s Sixth Grade Boys Gold with eight points in a victory over St. Rita at the Holy Rosary Holiday Hoopla Tournament Dec. 23. Drake Nuzzo pulled down three rebounds. St. Joe’s Sixth Grade Boys Gold, in blue, crashes the boards.
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INSIDE CLUBS & LEAGUES [Media Reports]
› Sports 21 Youth › Sports 21 Adult
Sports21 Youth MORE HEADLINES
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For more information, contact Jeff Reget at 262-818-1502 or www.kenoshasports21.com
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
Session I ends; spots open for Session II with a Jan. 5 start Session I of the Sports 21 Youth Indoor Soccer League ended at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha Dec. 23. Results include U10 UFC Black beating U10 UFC White, 5-2; U10 Express FC edging U10 UFC Girls, 3-2; U10 Storm getting by U10 Fusion FC, 7-4; and U10 Ice Dragons topping U10 Wizards, 5-2. A few open spots are still available for Session II, which begins play Thursday, Jan. 5. Call 262-818-1502 for more information, Tuesday-Friday, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Nick Hawkins fires a shot.
Boys and girls compete at the indoor soccer facility.
Colton Coca scored four goals and teammate Oscar Flores found the back of the net three times for U10 Storm in a 7-4 victory over U10 Fusion FC. Liam Westhoff notched a hat trick for U10 Ice Dragons in a 5-2 conquest of U10 Wizards. Anfinn Chilsen and Nathan Klimisch each scored two goals for U10 UFC Black in its 5-2 triumph over U10 UFC White.
Colton Coca dribbles upfield.
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Sports21 Adult MORE HEADLINES
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For more information, contact Jeff Reget at 262-818-1502 or www.kenoshasports21.com
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
A pair of ties highlights adult indoor soccer play Tight competition continues in the Sports 21 Adult Indoor Soccer League at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. This was evidenced by a pair of ties during Dec. 22 competition. Guerreros and Monaco fought to a 2-2 stalemate, while ACE Juniors and Westosha FC battled to a 4-4 standoff. ACE Juniors and Westosha FC featured a battle of two unbeaten teams and each stayed that way after the tie. Stewart Swanson settles the ball.
Nothing was decided between Guerreros and Monaco Dec. 22.
Zach Reget scored two goals and added a pair of assists for ACE Juniors in their 4-4 tie with Westosha FC Dec. 22. Teammate Joey Zedain chipped in with a pair of goals and an assist. Taylor McKinnon scored three times for Westosha FC.
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