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Hawks face a challenge in Marquette pass catchers


KENOSHA — You get the feeling that even if the Indian Trail football team was facing the likes of Jimmy Graham, Calvin Johnson and Brandon Marshall, the Hawks’ defensive backfield would still be confident and eager to take on the challenge.

Marquette won’t be trotting out any future NFL Hall of Famers when the teams collide in the second round of the WIAA Division-1 playoffs Friday night at Hart Park, but the Hawks will be trying to limit some of the best pass catchers that the state has to offer.

“For this game specifically, we’re trying to eliminate the two receivers they have,” Indian Trail junior free safety Josh Weyand said. “We figure that if we shut them out then it should be a pretty easy game.”

Tremper advances past Central



The Tremper girls volleyball team waited for this rematch for a year.

CLS girls volleyball team falls in sectional semifinal

The Christian Life girls volleyball team lost 3-0 to Lake Country Lutheran in a WIAA sectional semifinal at Shoreland on Thursday night.

Christian Life put together a 24-17 record, earned its fourth-consecutive WIAA regional championship and did it all with a lineup that had only three upperclassmen.

Bradford, Central highlight D-1 cross country field


Kenosha County will be well represented when the WIAA State Cross Country Championships take place Saturday at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

The Bradford boys, Central boys and Central girls qualified along with Tremper’s Mitchell Maegaard.

St. Joseph returns to the starting line


After a one-year absence, the St. Joseph girls cross country team is back at the WIAA State Championships.

The Lancers will be joined by Shoreland Lutheran’s Abby Lash for the girls race, while St. Joseph’s John David Ford is the lone local slated for the boys race Saturday at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

Bradford boys cross country team ready to run


KENOSHA — Mark Aslakson is in his 39th season coaching the Bradford boys cross country team, and he admits that he hasn’t experienced many, if any, more enjoyable autumns than this one.

“Yeah, this is right at the top, and I think my assistant coach (Molly Ahonen) would say the same thing,” Aslakson said Thursday afternoon, two days before the Bradford boys compete in the 102nd WIAA Division-1 Cross Country Championships at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

College roundup: Parkside women’s basketball team picked to finish fifth

The UW-Parkside women’s basketball team was picked to finish fifth out of eight teams in the Great Lakes Valley Conference East Division in the annual preseason coaches poll, which was released Thursday.

The Rangers garnered one first-place vote and 60 points overall. Under first-year coach Jacob Yorg, Parkside finished 4-14 in the GLVC (8-18 overall) last season.

Briefs: boys volleyball postseason begins Friday

The WIAA boys volleyball postseason gets underway Friday night, with four local teams in regional final action.

Fourth-seeded Tremper hosts fifth-seeded Indian Trail, while third-seeded Central plays host to sixth-seeded Racine St. Catherine’s/Lutheran. Both matches begin at 7 p.m.

Volleyball roundup: Central, Tremper, CLS continue state quest

The Tremper and Central girls volleyball teams will play for the right to most likely face the state’s best while Christian Life continues its pursuit of an elusive sectional title.

WIAA sectional semifinals are Thursday night with Tremper hosting Central in Division-1 at 8 p.m. and Christian Life taking on Lake Country Lutheran in Division-3 at Shoreland Lutheran at 7 p.m.

College roundup: UWP men’s soccer game ends in a tie

Mathew Yang’s goal in the 82nd minute enabled the UW-Parkside men’s soccer team to forge a 1-1 tie with Lewis on Wednesday at Wood Road Field.

Despite not losing, the Rangers did not qualify for the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. UWP needed Bellarmine to lose in order to have any chance of making the tourney.

More at stake this time for Indian Trail, Marquette

KENOSHA — When the Indian Trail football team faces Marquette in the second round of the WIAA Division-1 playoffs on Friday night, it won’t be the first time that the Hawks travel to Hart Park to take on the Hilltoppers.

After both teams finished the 2012 regular season with identical 2-6 records, they agreed to play an extra game as allowed by the WIAA for non-playoff teams.

Reds win CCIW volleyball title

KENOSHA — This has been a big year for the Carthage women’s volleyball team.

Coach Leanne Ulmer earned her 400th career win on Saturday and, with a 3-0 victory at home over North Park on Tuesday, Carthage clinched its first regular-season CCIW title since 2011.

College roundup: Parkside women’s soccer team No. 4 nationally

The UW-Parkside women’s soccer team keeps climbing in the national polls.

The Rangers will head into their regular-season finale Wednesday ranked fourth in Division II. UWP climbed two spots in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Top 25 poll released Tuesday.

Briefs: Young seventh in Oregon speedgolf event

Kenosha’s Jamie Young tied for seventh in the pro/elite division of the Speedgolf World Championship last weekend at Bandon Dunes Resort in Bandon, Ore.

Young earned $2,100 out of the division’s total purse of $40,000.

Colin earns top SEC honor



Tremper senior forward Jaime Colin was named the Southeast Conference Soccer Player of the Year for the second time in three seasons on Monday.

Local briefs: Deer Council meets tonight at Bong

Deer population objectives for Kenosha County for the next three years will be the main topic of discussion at the County Deer Advisory Council meeting at 7 tonight at Bong State Recreation Area’s visitor center.

This is the second Council meeting being held this fall.

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