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Parkside’s Serio to play for Kingfish


The Kenosha Kingfish didn’t have to look far to fill one of the spots on their pitching staff for the 2015 season.

The Northwoods League team announced late last week that it had signed UW-Parkside sophomore right-hander Josh Serio, a Whitnall High School graduate and Greenfield native, to a contract.

Serio currently leads the Rangers with a 5-3 record and has a 4.21 earned run average in 10 appearances (nine starts) covering 511/3 innings. He’s struck out 55 and walked 17, and opponents are batting .255 against him.

Boresch advances in PBA50 event

Kenosha bowler Lennie Boresch Jr. advanced to match play in the PBA50 UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl on Monday at Spanish Springs Lanes in The Villages, Fla.

With the top 32 moving on to match play, Boresch finished 20th after two rounds of qualifying with a 16-game pinfall total of 3,693 (230.8 avg.).

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Southeast Conference Mini Meet

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High school tennis preview capsules

Coach: John Ramey

So far this season: Defeated Racine Park 7-0 on April 14 in a Southeast Conference dual meet. ... Finished ninth in the 10-team Trojan/Palmen Tournament.

Briefs: Kingfish to start selling single-game tickets Saturday

The Kenosha Kingfish will begin selling single-game tickets for the 2015 season 9 a.m. Saturday.

Fans may purchase tickets to all 36 home games either online at kingfishbaseball.com, by calling 262-653-0900, or in person at the Kingfish box office, 7817 Sheridan Road. There is a $1.50 per ticket service fee for ordering online or over the phone.

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BASEBALLIllinois Springfield 6, UW-Parkside 2, 11 inn.

UW-Parkside 2, Illinois Springfield 1The Rangers scored two on an error in the seventh of the second game to salvage a Great Lakes Valley Conference doubleheader split in Somers. ... Parkside had three hits in the two games. ... Troy Bittenbender and Zach Thompson scored on an error by the outfielder after the Rangers (11-20, 10-18 GLVC) had loaded the bases with no outs in the seventh. ... Riley Phillips fired a five-hitter with no walks or strikeouts for his second win. ... In the opener, Springfield (20-21, 14-14) scored four in the 11th to win it. Parkside fell behind 2-0 but tied with runs in the fifth when Ryan Ruediger scored on a wild pitch and in the sixth on an RBI by Bryan Wade.

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McFarland Invitational

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Lancer Invitational

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UW-Parkside 5, Illinois Springfield 2

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Bradford 7, Grant (Ill.) 3

Grant (Ill.) 5, Bradford 2

Wolf bowls a 790 series

Courtney Wolf came up just shy of her first 800 series in the Heyden Classic League at Guttormsen Recreation Center. She rolled a 790 on games of 279, 289 and 222.

Brandon Peters followed up his pair of 300 games last week by leading the Heyden Classic with a 793 series. He bowled games of 269, 246 and 278.

Helmich sets Carthage record with 27-game hitting streak

KENOSHA — The Carthage baseball team earned a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin doubleheader split against Millikin on Saturday at Augie Schmidt Field.

Millikin won the first game 4-3 before Carthage (20-7, 9-5 CCIW) posted a 10-0 victory in the second game.

Hawk, King slated to appear at Simmons Field

Hall of Famer Andre Dawson, Jerry “The King” Lawler and a Kenosha Twins legend and Elsa are among the celebrities scheduled to appear at Simmons Field for the Kenosha Kingfish this season.

The second-year Northwoods League team revealed the promotional schedule for its 35-game home schedule on Saturday.

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Elmhurst Invitational

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Tremper 8, Burlington 5

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