Several untimely errors Thursday led to some struggles for the Indian Trail boys volleyball team.
That wasn’t an issue Saturday.
UW-Parkside 3, Saint Joseph’s 0
Catholic Central Topper Invitational
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.
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.
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.
Short-handed Indian Trail proved no match for Franklin Friday night in a battle of teams unbeaten in the Southeast Conference.
Ben Wachter threw three touchdown passes in the first half as the Sabers rushed out to a 35-0 halftime lead en route to a 42-0 victory over the Hawks.
A fourth-quarter touchdown by host Racine Case Friday night threatened to keep Tremper from putting its second win of 2015 in the books.
But the Trojans were determined not to leave Racine without that victory.
After two crushing losses to Burlington last season, the Wilmot football team delivered some payback to the Demons on Friday night.
The Panthers clinched a spot in the WIAA Division-2 playoffs for the sixth consecutive season with a 34-27 Southern Lakes Conference victory at Burlington.
Indian Trail 6, Fond du Lac 0
The Carthage College women’s golf team has some major work to do to win its third consecutive College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin title.
The Reds trailed leader Illinois Wesleyan by eight shots after Thursday’s first round of the CCIW Championships, and their deficit grew to 20 shots after Friday’s second round at Red Tail Run Golf Club in Decatur, Ill.
With all five scorers finishing in the top-10, the Bradford boys cross country team won its third consecutive Kenosha County Invitational on Friday at UW-Parkside’s Wayne E. Dannehl National Cross Country Course in Somers.
The Red Devils, ranked 13th in Division-1 in the Wisconsin Cross Country Coaches Association state poll, tallied 26 points, nine fewer than runner-up and 19th-ranked Central (35).
KENOSHA — Judging by the 221 yards on 45 carries in last week’s come-from-behind 29-28 victory over Lakeland, the Carthage football team’s running game is alive and well.
It was the first time that the Red Men topped the 200-yard mark since Week 3 in the 2012 season when they had 201 yards in a 49-9 victory over Lakeland.
The Wilmot and Bradford girls volleyball teams went the distance in a non-conference match at Wilmot on Thursday night, with the Panthers prevailing in five games, 23-25, 25-18, 25-17, 23-25, 15-9.
“It was a back-and-forth battle all night,” Wilmot coach Kevin Raap said. “One team would jump ahead, the other would respond with a push of (its) own. Players had to respond to challenges from all directions, and respond they did.”
Southeast Conference Tournament