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Girls prep volleyball roundup:Tremper glides by Bradford

The Tremper girls volleyball team remained undefeated in the Southeast Conference with a 25-9, 25-5, 25-5 whitewashing of Bradford at Tremper on Tuesday night.

The Trojans (21-11 overall, 6-0 SEC) led 5-0 in the first set, 18-0 in the second and 5-1 in the third. It was a memorable Senior Night for Tremper, which celebrated a class that’s 25-2 in the SEC over the last four years and picked up its 95th win since coming in as freshmen on Tuesday.

“We attempted to make sure (the seniors) saw the court as much as possible,” said Tremper coach Scott Marita, whose team received honorable mention in Division-1 in the latest WisSports.net state coaches poll. “... We spread the ball around well to all of our pin hitters. Our serve-receive and defense has fueled us a lot of the season, and they continued to do a good job tonight.”

Trojans pull away


With less than a minute gone in the second half of Tuesday night’s Tremper-Bradford boys soccer match at Ameche Field, the Red Devils made a statement.

But it was the Trojans who spoke even louder in the end.

Tuesday’s high school ticker


WIAA Division-1 Brookfield Central sectional

Tuesday’s college ticker


Carthage 3, No. Central 0

Local briefs: Bradford-Tremper tickets on sale

Tickets will be available in advance and at the gate for Friday’s Bradford-Tremper football game at Ameche Field.

Tickets can be purchased in the Tremper main office and Bradford Door No. 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. through Friday.

On Campus: Nelson comes through


Wilmot graduate Chris Nelson had an eventful Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener for the UW-Whitewater football team on Saturday afternoon.

The junior quarterback passed for 149 yards (9-for-20) and had three rushing attempts for 37 yards as the top-ranked Warhawks beat No. 14 UW-Platteville, 17-7, in the 21st annual George Chryst Bowl at Perkins Stadium.

Monday’s college ticker


MSOE Fall Invitational

Sunday’s college ticker


UW-Parkside 1,

Monday Morning Quarterback: Overtime adds to Shoreland-St. Joseph football rivalry


The football rivalry between St. Joseph and Shoreland Lutheran added a dose of drama to its short history on Friday night.

The teams squared off in their first overtime game with St. Joseph prevailing, 28-22, at Shoreland. The Metro Classic Conference co-leading Lancers have now won six of the nine meetings against the Pacers. In addition, they were also awarded another victory by forfeit in 2013.

Prep boys volleyball roundup: Hawks perfect at home invite

Several untimely errors Thursday led to some struggles for the Indian Trail boys volleyball team.

That wasn’t an issue Saturday.

College ticker: UWP women’s volleyball team in GLVC win


UW-Parkside 3, Saint Joseph’s 0

Prep ticker: CLS 3-1 in volleyball tourney


Catholic Central Topper Invitational

Briefs: Baseball academy hosting camps

Puma Baseball Academy will run three camps this fall at Fielder’s Choice Training Facility in Kenosha (4211 Green Bay Road).

Daryl Maday, a longtime minor leaguer in the San Francisco Giants organization and former standout at Arkansas and Central High School, will lead a pitching camp for ages 11-18 from 9 to 11 a.m. on Sundays Oct. 25 and Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29.

Prep football roundup: Hoff, Bradford whitewash Park

Mitchell Hoff did a little bit of everything Friday in helping Bradford get its first Southeast Conference victory of the season.

Hoff passed for 90 yards and rushed for 126 with two touchdowns as Bradford broke open a scoreless game in the second quarter and shut out Racine Park 30-0 in SEC action at Jaskwhich Stadium.

Lancers get past Pacers in overtime


SOMERS — Freddy Steinmetz would not be denied.

The St. Joseph junior wide receiver caught a short pass from Josh Moser, somehow eluded three would-be Shoreland Lutheran tacklers and reached the pylon for a 19-yard touchdown on the third play of overtime Friday night.

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