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KENOSHA — The 34th annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships Midwest Regional is Saturday at UW-Parkside.
The top 10 finishers in the seeded races at each of the nation’s four regionals advance to the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals Dec. 8 in San Diego.
The event begins at 10 a.m. and consists of six races (freshman-sophomore boys, girls seeded, boys seeded, freshman-sophomore girls, junior-senior boys and open). The awards ceremony is at 2:15 p.m.
Last year, Molly Seidel of Hartland and Futsum Zeinasellassie of Indianapolis won their respective 5K races.
The Midwest Region, consisting of athletes from Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and U.S. citizens in Overseas Military Installations will race along the 5,000-meter mixed terrain at UW-Parkside’s Wayne E. Dannehl National Cross Country Course.
More than 10,000 athletes are expected to compete in the four regionals. The top 10 finishers will join the likes of Olympian Ryan Hall, 2009 New York City Marathon Champion Meb Keflezighi and American record-holder Alan Webb at the national finals.
For more information, go to www.footlockercc.com.
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High School Football
Here is a look at the WIAA regional semifinal girls basketball games involving Kenosha County teams at 7 p.m. Friday:
Madison Memorial at Tremper
The Kenosha Kingfish re-signed catcher C.J. Saylor, the Northwoods League team announced Thursday.
The team also announced the signing of newcomer Brody Westmoreland, Saylor’s teammate at San Diego State.
Seventh-ranked Carthage swept Dominican (Ill.) 25-20, 26-24, 25-23 in a Midwest Collegiate Volleyball League match Wednesday night at Tarble Arena.
Scotty Adamczyk led the Red Men (7-4, 5-0 MCVL) with 13 kills, eight digs and a .250 hitting percentage, while Jon Storm added 12 kills and seven digs and Ricky Figueroa tallied 40 assists.
The UW-Parkside women’s basketball team saved its toughest test of the regular season for last.
The Rangers, winners of 14 of their last 15 games, will face second-ranked and Great Lakes Valley Conference East Division champion Lewis (26-1, 16-1) at 5:30 Thursday night at DeSimone Gymnasium in the regular-season finale for both teams.
KENOSHA — After a stellar showing at the WIAA Division-1 sectional on Saturday, Indian Trail junior Jose Rodriguez heads to the Kohl Center in Madison Thursday for the 72nd WIAA State Wrestling Championships.
Rodriguez is one of 12 locals heading to Madison. His first match is at 3 p.m. against Baraboo junior Zachary Raymond, who is 39-12.
Here is a look at the local athletes competing in the 72nd annual WIAA Individual Wrestling Championships, which begin Thursday at the Kohl Center in Madison:
Mason French, Tremper, 106 pounds
The Indian Trail boys basketball team can snare a share of the Southeast Conference title Thursday night.
The Hawks, in second place by a game, play at SEC-leading Racine Case at 7 p.m.
What: Parkside (24-2, 16-1 Great Lakes Valley Conference) vs. Lewis (20-6, 12-5)
SOMERS — The turnaround didn’t start with a miracle.
It didn’t start with a halfcourt buzzer-beater, a watershed upset over a highly ranked opponent or a nationally lauded transfer giving the program a short-term lease on winning.