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Lacrosse is charging forward in southeastern Wisconsin pages 4-6
Lucky 13â€™s For more Tremper volleyball highlights and more Top Photos, see pages 11-16 and 23
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Contents Feature Story . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6 Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Top Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-16 Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Top Performers . . . . . . . . . . . 19-21 Top Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24 Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-28 Inside Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-35
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This Week’s Highlights… Lacrosse catching on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
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Lacrosse is gaining a considerable amount of popularity in the Midwest and elsewhere – after enjoying years of success on the East Coast – and the Kenosha Raptors are a big part of the reason. There are now more than 3,600 lacrosse players in Wisconsin, compared to fewer than 500 seven years ago. The Raptors are a cooperative high school team competing in the Milwaukee Area Youth Lacrosse League.
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Cameras were clicking inside and outside this past week as family members, coaches, friends and fans of Kenosha-area community sports participants captured the action in living color. Included in this edition of KSN @Play are compelling images from local football, volleyball, cross-country and soccer games and meets.
Feats of the Week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-21
The Top Performers section in this edition of KSN @Play features impressive feats by athletes in seven different sports. Among the highlights are 11-year-old Claire Czerwonka’s first-place finish in a Milwaukee tennis tournament, Kendra Everts’ fourth-place finish at the Kenosha County Cross-Country Meet, Tony Martin’s 100-yard passing effort for the Racine Raptors and Shannon Becker tying UW-Parkside’s all-time goals scored record.
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Kenosha Rap Breaking it down to the local level, the Kenosha Raptors – a cooperative high school team which competes in the Milwaukee Area Youth Lacrosse Considered the first American League – had 30 participants last sport with roots tracing back to the year and plans to have over 100 1400s, lacrosse is an exciting game in its program over the winter and and among the fastest growing next spring. The organization will be sports in the United States. Lacrosse expanding from one team to six or is a team sport which is played with seven for youth at all levels for boys 10 players in the men’s leagues and and girls, depending on the turnout. 12 players in the women’s leagues. The next soccer? Each player carries a netted stick (the crosse) that is utilized to pass But what accounts for the and catch a hard rubber ball. The growth? Soccer was virtually nonobject of the game is to propel the existent in these parts 40 or 50 ball into the opposing team’s goal, years ago, so could lacrosse become therefore scoring one point. Like the next soccer? football or basketball, four quarters Rob Wikstrom, president of the are played. Raptors, shared his thoughts on You see the game on the collequestions such as these. giate level pop up on your TV screen on ESPN now and then. Carthage College offers the sport to both men and women, and the Kenosha Raptors have brought awareness of the sport through their involvement at the high school level. Although immensely popular on the East Coast and other scattered pockets, lacrosse is far from mainstream nationwide. But, that may soon change.
“I don’t know if lacrosse can be the next soccer, but it is growing rapidly around the country,” he said. “The Midwest has been the slowest part of the country to react to the sport, but it appears to be reacting in a positive way now.” Backing Wikstrom’s comments is the fact Wisconsin Lacrosse was recently awarded a grant from U.S. Lacrosse. The reasoning behind the financial award is due to the fact that the governing body feels lacrosse in our state is about to explode. The Raptors have applied for some of that grant money to purchase equipment. Lacrosse is not an elitist or expensive sport to play, and many parents find that attractive. On the
In Wisconsin, the sport has ballooned from 473 lacrosse players in 2004 to more than 3,600 currently. The 2011 season saw 47 high school teams compete statewide and another 25 at the youth level. Next year, the state is expecting that Tremper High School sophomore Kevin Roepke sends a pass ahead. number to grow substantially. | KSN@Play Digital Magazine | Issued October 6, 2011
longer flying under the radar
ptors creating awareness for the sport in southeastern Wisconsin youth and adult level, clubs and leagues have popped up in the Milwaukee area and in northeast Illinois. “For kids in Kenosha, our club gives them another option,” reasoned Wikstrom. “When you get to high school and you decide you want to try out for the baseball team, if you haven’t played since you were a little kid, you can pretty much forget about making the team. The kids pick up lacrosse so fast. If you’re an athlete, playing sports like hockey, soccer, football or basketball, they transition well into lacrosse.” The game, which is sometimes called “the fastest game on two feet,” could be the easiest way to garner a collegiate athletic scholarship. More and more colleges are starting lacrosse programs. In this area, both Marquette University and Beloit College will field lacrosse pro-
grams next year. A large percentage of colleges also have lacrosse clubs available, so high school students have many options when it comes to playing at the collegiate level.
Carthage College men’s head lacrosse coach David Neff does not have any players from southeastern Wisconsin on his roster. But, that may change in the near future. continued on page 6
Raptors girls coach Kate Flanagan during a Carthage College game
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Kenosha Raptors making the sport visible in southeastern Wisconsin “The sport is just so much in demand by younger generations once “As Kenosha and the rest of the they have a taste of it,” noted Neff, a state continue to advance the courtWaukegan native. “High school and ship of the sport, I not only expect youth lacrosse in Wisconsin is still our roster to reflect this, but college in a development stage. Wisconsin programs throughout the Midwest has a rich tradition in other sports will as well,” he stated. “I would and there are very similar crosslove it to take off and expect it will overs to the game of lacrosse, so in a short time.” growth is just around the corner.” Both Neff and Wikstrom feel that Maybe 40 or 50 years from now, the addictive nature of the sport should the sport enjoy the popularwill play a large role in its projected ity many envision, local historians growth. will trace lacrosse’s Kenosha roots “Picking up a lacrosse stick may to when Tom Delany, a transplant be the best bet to getting on a col- from the East Coast, landed in lege sports team,” said Wikstrom. Kenosha near the beginning of the “I’ve had coaches call me about the century, wanting a place for his son players we have in our club, and we to play. Those doing the research are only five or six years old.” will find he created an unofficial club, giving his son a venue to play
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the sport he loves. Then, Wikstrom and his group picked up the club, rather than letting it die, after Delany’s time. They made the club called the Raptors official and saw explosive growth. This “history” is currently in the making.
Jake Greskoviak fires a shot on goal.
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BASKETBALL Pleasant Prairie RecPlex The Pleasant Prairie RecPlex is proud to announce the formation of a new basketball program, the Pleasant Prairie Patriots. The Patriots travel basketball program will be offered to boys and girls in grades 5-11, with camps and clinics being offered to players as young as third grade. For more information, contact Jamie DeMatthew at email@example.com.
to all Ranger home games. For more information or comments, please contact Sports Information Director Brad Fischer at 262-5952045.
BOWLING St. Jude The St Jude 9 pin Tap Bowl- A –Thon will take place on Oct. 15 at the Guttormsen Recreation Center. Check in time is 12:15 p.m. and start time will be 1 p.m. The event will feature great raffle prizes, silent auctions, 50/50 raffles and more. Sign up now by calling the GRC desk at 262-658-8191 or email Jguttormsen@grcbowling.com.
FOOTBALL Kenosha Tremper The Tremper football team will hold its Pasta Dinner Fundraiser on Oct. 9 at St. Mary’s Bell Hall from 12-6 p.m. Raffle Baskets, 50/50 Raffle and I-Pod Touch Raffle will be held on that day as well. Cost is $7. Kenosha Bradford Bradford will host a football Pancake ‘n Porky Breakfast Fundraiser on Oct. 8 from 8-11 a.m. at the Mary D. Bradford High School Cafeteria. Tickets are $5. Children 3 and under get in free.
Kenosha Lacrosse Club The Introduction to Lacrosse proYMCA gram will be offered at the Boys & For the first time this fall, the Girls Club of Kenosha. Programs Kenosha YMCA is offering ballroom will begin in November and run dancing for participants of all ages. through March. Cost is $60 per sixSenior ballroom for older active week session or sign up and prepay adults will be offered on Tuesday for all three for $160. For more Pleasant Prairie Patriots mornings for $20 for members and information, call Rob Wikstrom at Patriot Basketball will host separate $30 for the general public. Youth 262-770-2041 or send an email to clinics for guards, post players and and adult ballroom will be offered firstname.lastname@example.org. shooters. Each camp will be held Tuesday evenings for $35 for memonce a week, running through the bers and $60 for the general public. MARTIAL ARTS end of October. The fee is $10 per YMCA YMCA session or $72 for all eight weeks The YMCA is home to a year ’round, The Kenosha YMCA dance profor members and $15 per session or $108 for an eight-week pass for gram has a variety of programs for continuous martial arts program for dancers of all ages and skill levels. children and adults. The fall session non-members. Sign up at www. recplexonline.com/sports/patriots- Introductory dance classes include has already begun. The four disciplines that are available are Europecreative movement and rhythms/ basketball. an-style Fencing, Olympic Judo and tumbling/ballet on Wednesday UW-Parkside JuJitsu, Shorei Kempo Karate and evenings and Saturday mornings. The University of Wisconsin-ParkTraditional Tae Kwon Do. RegistraBeginning dance classes include side men’s basketball program will jazz/ballet/tap I, hip hop, and pom/ tion fees range from $30 to $80 for once again be offering the Junior members and from $60 to $110 for cheer. Intermediate dance classes Rangers Basketball Club to local include jazz/ballet/tap II and III, hip the general public. For additional boys and girls in grades K-5. The information, contact Stacy Plowhop, and pom/cheer. Registration clinics will run from 12-1:30 p.m. fee is $35 for members and $60 for man at 262-654-9622, ext. 213, or on Oct. 23, Nov. 6 and Nov. 13. The at email@example.com. the general public. cost is $60 and includes three clinic sessions, a Junior Rangers t-shirt and basketball, and free admission | KSN@Play Digital Magazine | Issued October 6, 2011
Upcoming Events announced for youth and high school soccer at the Boys & Girls ACE Kenosha Crew Club’s new indoor facility. RegistraThe Crew will have a signing night tions will be taken at the Boys & on Nov. 7 at the Kenosha Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha. The public Girls Club of Kenosha from 7-9 can sign up as complete teams or p.m. If you have any questions or as individuals. Individuals will be need additional information, please placed on teams that are short of contact Sue Deacon at mickey04D@ players or when a specific team is hotmail.com or 262-697-9617. not assigned. For more information, email kenoshasports21@gmail. Christian Life School Christian Life School would like to com or call 262-818-1502. welcome all former players back to SOFTBALL the field for the first men’s alumni game. The game will take place Oct. UW-Parkside The UW-Parkside Softball program 8 at 3 p.m. following the varsity has announced that the date for its homecoming game against Faith annual alumni game will be Oct. Christian and the Powder Puff 8 at 11 a.m. More information, game. Email firstname.lastname@example.org including a registration form for with questions. alums, can be found at www.parkKenosha Sports 21 siderangers.com/news/2011/7/29/ Session I Programming has been SB_0729115702.aspx.
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SWIMMING YMCA The Kenosha YMCA is offering an American Red Cross Waterfront Lifeguarding certification course beginning Tuesday, Dec. 20. Course fee is $200 for a member and $210 for the general public. Payment is due upon registration. Sign up at the Member Service Desk or call 262-654-9622.
VOLLEYBALL Wisconsin Juniors The Wisconsin Juniors have released their fall programs. 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 www.wisconsin juniors.com/camps-and-clinics.
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Team Won Lost Ties Steelers 6 0 0 Falcons 5 1 0 Giants 5 1 0 Ravens 5 1 0 Packers 3 3 0 Seahawks 3 3 0 Panthers 2 4 0 Raiders 1 5 0 Bears 0 6 0 Colts 0 6 0
Pct. PF PA 1.000 115 38 .833 112 20 .833 87 19 .833 86 33 .500 91 37 .500 54 55 .333 36 97 .167 44 88 .000 13 119 .000 7 139
Junior League Team Won Lost Ties Pct. PF PA Broncos 6 0 0 1.000 166 19 Chargers 6 0 0 1.000 138 53 Browns 5 1 0 .833 104 32 Cowboys 4 2 0 .667 121 58 Eagles 4 2 0 .667 97 51 Rams 3 3 0 .500 64 65 Lancers 3 3 0 .500 57 45 49ers 2 4 0 .333 91 105
Junior League Cont. Team Won Lost Ties Jaguars 2 4 0 Redskins 1 5 0 Titans 0 6 0 Saints 0 6 0
Pct. .333 .167 .000 .000
PF 33 44 18 56
PA 108 183 107 163
Senior League Team Knights Patriots Cardinals Lancers Vikings
Won Lost Ties Pct. PF PA 5 0 0 1.000 185 8 4 1 0 .800 102 49 2 3 0 .400 77 98 1 3 0 .250 32 98 0 5 0 .000 30 1
Games to Watch Peewee Falcons (5-1) vs. Ravens (5-1), 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at CYC East Field Steelers (6-0) vs. Giants (5-1), 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at CYC Quilling Field Senior Patriots (4-1) vs. Knights (5-0), 7 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, at CYC Quilling Field
Adult Fall Sunday Soccer - (Standings through Oct. 4) Team Won Captain Mikes 1 Team Valeri 1 K. Fire 1 Faded Glory 1 FTFC 1 Palermo FC 0 Kickers 0 Blue X-Ten 0 Boca Juniors 0 St. Joe’s Alumni 0
Lost GS GA 0 8 2 0 8 1 0 13 3 0 5 4 0 8 4 1 4 8 1 2 8 1 3 13 1 4 5 1 1 8
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Team Deportivo Azul R. Madrid
Won 0 0
Lost GS GA 0 0 0 0 0 0
October 9 Games Palermo FC vs. Boca Juniors (9 a.m.) Team Valeri vs. K. Fire (10 a.m.) Blue X-Ten vs. Kickers (11 a.m.) FTFC vs. R. Madrid (12 p.m.) St. Joe’s Alumni vs. Captain Mikes (1 p.m.) Deportivo Azul vs. Faded Glory (2 p.m.)
Top Performers - Cross Country @PLAY Top Pick Danielle Macareno Bradford, finished in fifth place in the Kenosha County Cross-Country Meet at UWParkside, Sept. 30.
Kendra Everts Bradford, finished in fourth place in the Kenosha County Cross-Country Meet at UW-Parkside, Sept. 30.
Bradford, finished in fifth place in the Kenosha County Cross-Country Meet at UWParkside, Sept. 30.
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Nicholas Saldana ACE U12 Wizards, scored 4 goals in a 12-10 victory over SC Waukesha U12, Oct. 1.
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Shannon Becker UW-Parkside, tied the schoolâ€™s all-time goals scored record in the Rangersâ€™ 3-2 loss at Northern Kentucky, Sept. 30.
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Cassie Glodowski, UW-Parkside, recorded her 30th career shutout and 50th career victory at Parkside with a 1-0 win over Bellarmine University, Oct. 2. Juan Hernandez, Fire, scored 5 goals in a 13-3 victory over X-Ten, Oct. 2. Ben Loyd, United FC U9 Red, scored 3 goals in a 12-1 victory over Racine United, Oct. 1.
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Claire Czerwonka Missy Lonergan (left) and Kris Hamelink (right) Kenosha Running Club, competed in the 30th annual Twin Cities Marathon in Minnesota, Oct. 2.
11, took first place in the USTAsanctioned girls 12 and under tennis tournament during the Le Club Fall Open in Milwaukee, Sept. 30-Oct. 2.
More top performers... BASEBALL Henry Christensen, McTernan Wireless, went 3-for-3 with a double and RBI in a 9-7 loss to Santarelli OMS, Oct. 1.
FOOTBALL Tony Martin, Racine Raptors, threw for 100 yards, including two touchdowns, and twice ran the ball into the end zone for the extra point in a 40-6 win over Texas Tech, Oct. 1.
SOCCER Kevin Gonzales, Palmero FC, scored a hat trick in an 8-4 loss to FTFC, Oct. 2. Moises Velasquez, Fire, scored 4 goals in a 13-3 victory over X-Ten, Oct. 2.
Collin Klimisch Tremper, was named Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Player of the Week for high school volleyball players in the area. KSN@Play Digital Magazine | Issued October 6, 2011 | 21
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Top Teams @Play Top Pick - Tremper Trojans Volleyball
The Tremper Trojans Volleyball team won all six matches to capture first place in the Tremper Invite for the first time in the history of the event on Oct. 1.
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The United FC Red U18 girls soccer team finished as the U18 Wisconsin State Cup runners-up on Oct. 2.
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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.
Kenosha bobcats 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.
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 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.
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
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Rotary Club of Kenosha West
Contact: 262-658-8191; www.grcbowling.com Independently owned modern bowling center.
Contact: 262-818-4405; WIFFLEBALL firstname.lastname@example.org 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; email@example.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.
Hockey Kenosha Komets
Contact: 262-945-9767; www.kenoshakometshockey.com Youth hockey for ages 5-17.
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.
Contact: 262-914-9876; www.kenoshathunderhockey.com Hockey team.
TREMPER HIGH SCHOOL CHHERLEADING
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.
milwaukee junior admirals aaa hockey
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.
Wisconsin Rampage Junior Hockey
Contact: 847-529-8248; www.wisconsinrampage.com Junior B team playing in the Great Lakes Junior Hockey League.
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; 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.
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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.
Martial Arts Braunâ€™s Karate and Martial Arts
Contact: 262-412-5942; www.bkmartialarts.org Incorporates discipline and respect through karate, aikido, capoeira and more.
CREATE A DIRECTORY
Contact: 262-818-1502; www.kenoshasports21.com Offers leagues, camps and clinics at the new Boys and Girls Club facility.
dave strasserâ€™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.
Stay In The Game
Contact: 262-697-4021; www.stay-in-the-game.com Indoor baseball, softball and golf training facility.
Kenosha Tae Kwon Do Club
Contact: 262-657-8397; www.kenoshataekwondo.net All instructors certified through Kukkiwon.
St. Joseph CATHOLIC ACADEMY
Contact: 262-654-8651; email@example.com High school athletics.
Multiple Sports Big blue camp Contact: 262-964-0264;
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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.
Contact: 262-652-7373; firstname.lastname@example.org The West Side Tennis and Swim program.
Rugby Kenosha Vultures Rugby Football Club
Bradford High School
Contact: 262-552-7167; www.kenoshavulturesrugby.com Open to high school boys for spring and summer play. No experience is required.
Kenosha Christian Life High School
UW-Parkside Menâ€™s Rugby Football Club Contact: 262-880-7602;
Contact: 262-359-6200; http://bradford.kusd.edu High school sports. Contact: 262-694-3900; email@example.com High school sports in the Midwest Classic Conference, WIAA Division 3.
KENOSHA SPECIAL OLYMPICS
Contact: 262-652-1699; firstname.lastname@example.org Sports training and competition for cognitively challenged adults.
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.
Contact: 262-654-9622; www.kenoshaymca.org Offers activities in multiple sports for all ages.
Lakeland Little League
Contact: 262-942-7751; email@example.com Youth baseball and softball organization serving western Kenosha County.
Contact: 262-925-6764; www.recplexonline.com/sports Offers programs which play a vital role in promoting physical, social, emotional and mental health development.
Soccer Ace Soccer Club Contact: www.acesoccerclub.org Travel Soccer Club with branches in Racine, Milwaukee and Kenosha. Youth U8 and above.
carthage college Contact: 262-551-5930; firstname.lastname@example.org Division III soccer.
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Kenosha Tennis Club Contact: 262-496-7781; email@example.com Summer tennis with lessons and match play WIFFLEBALL opportunities.
Contact: 262-945-0806; www.kenoshacrew.com Club soccer for U8 through U18.
United FC Soccer Club
Volleyball Southport Volleyball Club
Contact: 262-945-8514; www.unitedfcwi.com Select club of the Kenosha Area Soccer League. Competitive program from age 5 through high school.
Contact: 262-764-1930; firstname.lastname@example.org Boys volleyball for age 14-18. Club competes at regional level.
Wisconsin Juniors Volleyball Club
Contact: 262-862-7294; www.wisconsinjuniors.com Based out of the Rec Plex. Works closely with college coaches.
kiwanis breakfast club
Contact: 262-945-5141; email@example.com Sponsors softball.
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.
Kenosha Cyclones Fastpitch Club
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.
tremper high school
Contact: www.kenoshawrestling.org High school wrestling.
East Side Tennis Club
Contact: 262-960-4722; www.estfc.com Features instruction and recreational play. USTA junior and adult teams.
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INSIDE SCHOOLS [Media Reports]
› Bradford High › Christian Life Soccer › Christian Life Volleyball › Tremper High UNIVERSITIES & COLLEGES
› UW - Parkside Men’s Athletics › UW - Parkside Women’s Athletics
Bradford High MORE HEADLINES
BHS girls varsity cross-country team turns in great performance The Kenosha Bradford girls cross-country team placed third in the annual Kenosha County Cross-Country meet held at the Wayne E. Dannehl National Cross Country course on the campus of UW-Parkside in Somers. Two Red Devil harriers were among the first five to cross the finish line.
Nina Hauser sprints to the finish.
Missy Seiberlich finishes strong.
Kendra Everts finished in fourth place for the Red Devil girls varsity cross-country team at the Kenosha County Cross-Country Meet held on the campus of UW-Parkside. Danielle Macareno was fifth in the county meet. Scott Seymour in action.
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Christian Life Soccer
Eagles score a shutout win on Senior Day The Christian Life boys varsity soccer team posted a 3-0 shutout over Westlake Christian on Senior Day for the Eagles. The match was con- Chris Gellen gets loose for a breakaway. tested at the CLS soccer field Sept. 30. Seniors Dan Rozema, Sean Taylor, Colin Thorne, Tony Blade and Chris Gellen were honored after the game.
Tony Blade fights for the ball.
CLS goalkeeper Nick Rozema kept Westlake Christian off the scoreboard in logging another shutout. Sean Taylor scored a pair of goals against Westlake Christian, while Matthew Mink scored his first goal of the season. Sean Taylor on the attack
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For more information, contact Alan Krass at 262-705-1725 or www.christianlifesoccer.com
Christian Life Volleyball MORE HEADLINES
CLS seventh-eighth grade team remains unbeaten The Christian Life seventheighth grade girls volleyball team remained unbeaten after facing a tough test from Concordia. The Eagles won the match two sets to one to improve to 9-0 on the season. Coming together as a team Clarissa Bates sets to Kayla Kemp for a kill.
Fifth-sixth grade team members Kaitlyn Hill and Amber Teigland high five.
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Nickie Taylor serving the ball
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Tremper High Volleyball MORE HEADLINES
Trojan boys volleyball team captures tournament title The Tremper boys volleyball team won all six of its matches on Oct. 1 to grab first place in the Tremper Invitational. It marked the first time the home team earned the championship of the tournament. Adam Landgraf with one of his 138 assists at the tournament
Tremper Boys Volleyball - 2011 Trojan Invite Champions
Collin Klimisch puts a kill past a defender.
Tournament MVP Andrew Fricke with another kill
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For more information, contact John Matera, Athletic Director at 262-359-2307 or http://tremper.kusd.edu/sports/
UWP men’s soccer bows to defending national champs Northern Kentucky showed the UW-Parkside men’s soccer team why it is the defending national champions in a match in Highland Heights, Ken., Sept. 30. The Norse, ranked No. 10 Spencer Bursten led a Ranger charge which fell a goal short at Northern Kentucky. in the land, survived a major scare from the Rangers, holding off their feisty guests, 1-0. “Against the defending national champions, on their home field, you’ve got to play error-free,” said UWP head coach Jason Zitzke.
Collin Monahan (right) battles for possession.
Goalkeeper Ryan Onwukwe made 10 saves at Bellarmine, giving the Rangers a chance in a 2-0 setback Oct. 3 in Louisville, Ken.
Kinkade Lo settles the ball.
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Ranger women’s soccer knocks off nation’s No. 16 The UW-Parkside women’s soccer team concluded its Kentucky road swing with a match in Louisville against Bellarmine, ranked No. 16 in the country, Oct. 2. Freshman Emily Konior picked a great The Rangers were time to score her first collegiate goal in up to the challenge the 1-0 win at Bellarmine. and knocked off the Knights, 1-0, making a goal scored in the eighth minute of the match stand up.
Crystal Chalery shields off a defender.
Emily Konior scored in the eighth minute for the lone goal of the match at Bellarmine. Shannon Becker set the all-time UWP goal-scoring record at 39 in a 3-2 loss at Northern Kentucky Sept. 30. Bridget Nickel put down 13 kills and Cayla Flood added 27 assists for the Ranger women’s volleyball team in a straight-set victory at Maryville (St. Louis, Mo.) Oct. 2.
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INSIDE CLUBS & LEAGUES [Media Reports]
› Little Leaguers of Kenosha
› ACE Soccer Club › KASL › Racine United › Sports21 › United FC
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Little Leaguers of Kenosha MORE HEADLINES
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
Mobile One squeaks by Southport Bank, 11-10 Southport Bank exploded for five runs in the first inning, only to see Mobile One come from behind and score a thrilling 11-10 victory. The highly contested Little Leaguers of Kenosha tilt at Kenosha Sports Complex Oct. 1 ended on a walk-off single.
Pitcher Scott LaMothe focuses on the strike zone for Southport Bank.
Adam Tweedt takes a cut for McTernan Wireless.
Blake Schwandt made the catch of a screaming line drive at third base for the final out of the game as Santarelli OMS edged McTernan Wireless, 9-7. Henry Christensen and Peter Hyde each went 3-for-3 for McTernan Wireless. Santarelli OMSâ€™ Blake Schwandt works from the stretch.
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Boys & Girls Club
Falcons continue dominant defense in win over Bears The Falcons posted their fourth shutout of the season in a 21-0 win over the Bears, despite committing three turnovers in the contest played at CYC East Field Oct. 1. The Falcons have Bears defender tries to run down Falcon runner. given up only 20 total points so far this season, heading into their match with the Ravens the morning of Saturday, Oct. 10.
Steelers’ Kyle Lange hands off to Cole Ramos.
Seahawks’ Damarion Williams returned a punt to the Raiders’ 1-yard line in the fourth quarter, setting up the only score of the game in a 6-0 victory. Neeko Romanovik and Cole Ramos each rushed for more than 80 yards with a touchdown for the Steelers in their 13-6 triumph over the Packers Oct. 1. Adam Antonneau stiff arms a defender from the Browns.
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For more information, contact Jackie Schmit at 262-654-6200 or www.bgckenosha.org
ACE Soccer Club MORE HEADLINES
U12 Wizards rout SC Waukesha, 12-zip The Kenosha U12 ACE Wizards put on a dominant performance in whipping SC Waukesha, 12-0, in a match played at UW-Whitewater Oct. 1. The defense did not allow a single shot on goal.
Eye on the ball U12 ACE Wizards worked as a team all day against SC Waukesha.
Nicholas Saldana scored four goals to pace the U12 ACE Wizards past SC Waukesha, while teammate Mariano Tenuta added a pair. Cristo Alvarez and Paul Serratos scored two goals each for U11 ACE in a 4-4 tie with Racine United Oct. 1. Looking for a recipient
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For more information, contact Oscar Toscano at www.acesoccerclub.org
KASL MORE HEADLINES
U6 Dukes spread the ball around The U6 Dukes of the Kenosha Area Soccer League (KASL) passed the ball around effectively in their game against the KASL U6B Sorcerers. Scores are not kept at this age and each player on both sides was put in a position to score. Dukes wait on the opening whistle.
Ryan Rivera and Mason Runyard each scored multiple goals for the U6 Dukes. Sal Siemion and Valton Haxhiu were the leaders on the back line. Jaguars and Leopards battle for the ball.
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For more information, contact Linda Englund at 262-694-0248 or www.kenoshasoccer.com
Racine United MORE HEADLINES
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
U12 girls Red posts a win over Hartford SC The Racine United’s U12 girls Red squad continues to develop its individual and teams skills while picking up victories along the journey. The team’s latest victim, Hartford SC, bowed with a 3-1 final score. The match was played Oct. 1 at SCORE Soccer Complex.
Rebecca Reget takes control of the ball.
Chloe Kostos dribbles for the U12 girls Red.
Haley Johnson scored a pair of goals in the U12 girls Red victory over Hartford SC. Chloe Kostos scored the lone goal for U12 girls White in a 1-1 tie with Brookfield White Oct. 1 in Brookfield. Erin Puhek heads down the sideline.
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For more information, contact Fred Yasatan at 262-989-0887 or racineunited.com
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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
Faded Glory tallies late goal to defeat Boca Juniors The lead changed hands four times, but when the clock expired signaling the end of the game, Faded Glory had prevailed with a 5-4 win over Boca Juniors. Faded Glory’s game-winner was scored with two minutes left in the tightly conKevin Hagen (right) battles for the ball. tested men’s adult league indoor soccer game at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha Oct. 2.
Kevin Gonzales on the attack.
Chris Miller scored the game-winning goal with two minutes left in the match, giving Faded Glory a 5-4 win over Boca Juniors. Juan Hernandez scored five goals and Moises Velasquez scored four for Kenosha Fire Blaze in a 13-3 win over Blue X-Ten. Kevin Gonzales registered a hat trick for Palmero FC in an 8-4 loss to FTFC.
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Blue X-Ten’s Gavin Garay eludes a defender.
United FC MORE HEADLINES
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United FC U10 boys Red kicks Sussex United Academy, 8-1 United FC U10 boys Red continues to play great team soccer, as was evidenced by its 8-1 thrashing of Sussex United Academy in an Oct. 2 match. The squad displayed great passing and use Vincent Chiappetta is ahead of the pack. of spacing, with and without the ball, in earning its sixth victory of the season.
Trey Meier wins the ball.
Ben Loyd logged a hat trick for U9 boys Red in a 12-1 trouncing of Racine United, while teammates Andrew Martinez, Andrew Alia, Jacob Ashmus and Kael Stulo each tallied two. Savannah Weyrauch strikes the ball.
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