May 30, 2017
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Haley Johnson, shown earlier this season, scored three of Tremper's five goals as the Trojans defeated Franklin, 5-1, Tuesday night to secure the outright Southeast Conference championship. ( KENOSHA NEWS FILE PHOTO BY BILL SIEL )

Tremper soccer secures SEC championship

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Todd Hardy has presided over more than a few talented teams in his 21-year tenure as the Tremper girls soccer coach.

So he knew this year’s outfit possessed talent. It was just a matter of things coming together.

Judging by Tuesday night’s performance they certainly have, as the Trojans scored a pair of goals in the first 21 minutes and never looked back in defeating Franklin, 5-1, with the Southeast Conference title on the line at Bradford Stadium.


Moving on

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They might have won by just a combined three runs Friday, but the Central and Wilmot softball teams remain on a collision course for the sectional finals.

The top-seeded Falcons and second-seeded Panthers each claimed WIAA Division-1 regional titles, as Central knocked off ninth-seeded Burlington, 5-3, in a regional final in Paddock Lake, while Wilmot squeezed past seventh-seeded Union Grove — which defeated Central in last year’s sectional final — 2-1 in a regional final at Wilmot.

Hawks claim sectional title

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The Indian Trail boys track and field team sent five different athletes to the WIAA Division-1 State Meet from June 2-3 at UW-La Crosse out of Thursday’s sectional at Stoughton.

It’s the ones who didn’t qualify, though, that had just as much impact on the Hawks winning a sectional crown.

Pacers win in a walk-off

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The Shoreland Lutheran baseball team is moving on.

The third-seeded Pacers kept their season alive with a 4-3 walk-off victory over sixth-seeded Heritage Christian in a WIAA Division-3 regional quarterfinal Thursday in Somers.

Lancers, Pacers advance in Division-2 track

The St. Joseph boys track and field team finished third and its girls were fifth Monday, and Shoreland’s girls were fourth while its boys placed fifth at the Whitewater Division-2 Regional.

The Pacers’ Rebekah Salfer won two events: the long jump with a measure of 16 feet-4 inches and the 300-meter hurdles in a time of 49.16 seconds.

Trojans rally past Eagles

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Another Bradford-Tremper postseason softball showdown will happen.

The 10th-seeded Trojans scored two runs in the top of the fourth and three in the top of the fifth — with the go-ahead run coming in on Kayla Freiberg’s sacrifice fly — to rally from a 3-0 deficit to defeat seventh-seeded Racine Case 5-3 in a WIAA Division-1 regional semifinal at Bullen Middle School on Wednesday.

Pacers nearly shut out Lancers

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Three girls scored to lead the Shoreland Lutheran soccer team to a 3-1 Metro Classic Conference victory over visiting St. Joseph on Wednesday night in Somers..

After Jenna Pruess got the Pacers’ first goal in the opening half, Allison Lowrey scored what turned out to be the winning goal when she gave her team a 2-0 lead in the 65th minute. Nine minutes later, she assisted on Mary Kate Stanich’s goal for a 3-0 lead.

Tremper’s Moore returning to state tennis

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Tremper senior Daniel Moore will return to the WIAA Division-1 State Tournament to conclude his high school career.

Moore captured the No. 1 singles title in a sectional at Waukesha South on Wednesday to earn automatic qualifier status into the state field, which will compete from June 1-3 at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison.

Tremper soccer secures SEC championship

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Todd Hardy has presided over more than a few talented teams in his 21-year tenure as the Tremper girls soccer coach.

So he knew this year’s outfit possessed talent. It was just a matter of things coming together.

Central scores final 10 runs in victory

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It took a bit, but once the Central baseball team got going, it was tough to stop.

The Falcons scored the final 10 runs – in a span of three innings – to defeat host Shoreland, 12-4, in a non-conference game Tuesday.

Soaring Falcons

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The Central boys golf team earned a WIAA Division-1 regional title on Tuesday.

The Falcons fired a team score of 316 at Ives Grove Golf Links in Sturtevant to capture the eight-team regional and qualify for sectionals on Tuesday morning at Oakwood Park Golf Course in Franklin.

Indian Trail dominates track regional

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The Indian Trail boys and girls track teams each won Division-1 regional championships Monday at Lake Geneva Badger.

The boys tallied 155 points, 51 more than runner-up Bradford. Tremper took fifth, Wilmot was sixth and Central ended in seventh.

Hawks sweep Red Devils

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It was a productive Monday for the Indian Trail baseball team, which swept Bradford, 6-4 and 11-0, in a Southeast Conference doubleheader at Wavro Field.

Hawks sophomore Scotty Starovich (1-1) earned his first varsity win by allowing six hits and four earned runs in the opener with two walks and three strikeouts.

Like father, like son

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It might not have been an official Boresch family reunion Friday night at Sheridan Lanes, but it certainly seemed like it.

Baseball roundup: Five-run sixth lifts Tremper baseball

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For half an inning Thursday afternoon, the Tremper baseball team found itself behind in its Southeast Conference game at Racine Horlick.

It didn’t last long.

Softball roundup: Pacers wrap up conference crown

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For the first time since 2009, Shoreland is a conference champion in softball.

The Pacers clinched the Metro Classic crown Thursday with an 11-0 victory over visiting Racine St. Catherine’s.

Lancers starting to roll

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A cold chill set in over Anderson Park in the second half of Thursday’s non-conference girls soccer match.

While the new weather system brought a sudden drop in temperature, it was St. Joseph that heated up its play against visiting Indian Trail in the final 45 minutes.

A sweet victory

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This one was as sweet as it gets for a Sjuggerud.

Falcons rule SLC softball

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The Central softball team’s control over the rest of the Southern Lakes Conference continues for at least another year.

Central made sure of that Tuesday afternoon with a 4-0 win over visiting Delavan-Darien to clinch its sixth straight SLC crown.

Trojans stay hot in SEC

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After piling up 19 goals as a freshman, Tremper’s Haley Johnson did not find the back of the net once as a sophomore last year.

An injury kept the talented Johnson out of the Trojans’ girls soccer lineup for most of the season, and when she did return in the final weeks, Tremper coach Todd Hardy moved the forward to defense to ease her back.

Beltoya enjoying busy, successful week on the lanes

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And on the third day, Rich Beltoya rested. Well, sort of. That’s the plan, anyway.

Perfect instincts

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Tremper center fielder Jordan Kehl’s instincts told him not to dive after a one-out double into the left-center gap off the bat of Bradford designated hitter Jordan Ricchio in the top of the seventh inning at Andy Smith Field on Tuesday.

Prep roundup: Central second in SLC golf

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The Central boys golf team finished second, while Wilmot was third at Monday’s Southern Lakes Conference Meet at Ives Grove Golf Course in Union Grove.

Badger ran away with the team title, as it fired a 302, followed by Central with a 319, Wilmot with a 324, Union Grove with a 325 and Elkhorn with a 342.

Baseball roundup: Trojans pull away from Park for 11th SEC win

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Through two innings Monday afternoon, the host Racine Park baseball team seemed determined to fight toe-to-toe with Tremper.

In the third inning, however, the Trojans gained a little much-needed momentum.

Softball roundup: Pacers stay perfect

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The perfect season for the Shoreland Lutheran softball team lives on.

But it certainly wasn’t easy — especially in the second game of the Pacers’ home Metro Classic Conference doubleheader with Thomas More on Monday afternoon.

Eyes on a repeat

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jreeves@kenoshanews.com

After winning the Senior Men’s Division of the Kenosha News Match Game Tournament in his Senior debut last year as a 50-year-old, Rich Beltoya is in prime position to go 2-for-2 this year.

Finals begin

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dtruttschel@kenoshanews.com

When times get tough on the bowling lanes, Sarah Pobloski has a secret weapon that has yet to let her down.

Lancers sweep baseball doubleheader

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The bat of Jake Schuler and the pitching of Alex O’Lear and Javon Connolly helped the St. Joseph baseball team to a doubleheader sweep of St. Francis on Saturday at Simmons Field.

In the first game, Schuler had three singles and two runs batted in and then smacked a home run in Game 2 to give his team a 7-5 record in the Metro Classic Conference (10-9 overall).

Match Game finals start tonight

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Qualifying is over, and now it’s time for bowlers to go head-to-head at Sheridan Lanes.

The finals of the 54th annual Kenosha News Match Game Bowling Tournament get underway tonight with the first night of the Women’s and Super Senior Men’s Division finals, which will conclude on Wednesday night.

Tremper, Bradford fall to Green Bay squads in tournament

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The Tremper girls soccer team dropped a 4-0 contest to Notre Dame — ranked second in Division-2 in the latest WisSports.net state coaches poll — in the Kenosha-Green Bay Challenge on Saturday at Bradford Stadium.

Tremper coach Todd Hardy praised the play of Rae Maegaard, Chloe Dethorne, Janelle Caira and Sidney Stull.

Big night for Bain at Match Game

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Qualifying concluded on Friday night for the 54th annual Kenosha News Match Game Bowling Tournament at Sheridan Lanes.

Of the four divisions, the Senior Men saw the biggest changes on Friday as the finals fields were set.

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