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Boresch medals in world bowling


Kenosha’s Lennie Boresch Jr. may not quite have finished with the medal he wanted on Thursday, but he earned one nonetheless.

And he’s in solid position to win more.

Pairing with Johnny Petraglia, a PBA Hall of Famer, Boresch earned a bronze medal for Team USA in the men’s doubles event at the World Senior Bowling Championships at Sam’s Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas.

Prep ticker: Tremper swimmers win SEC relays


Southeast Conference Relays

Briefs: UWP women’s soccer fourth in GLVC poll

The defending Great Lakes Valley Conference regular season and tournament champion UW-Parkside women’s soccer team was picked to finish fourth in the 16-team conference in the preseason coaches’ poll, which was released on Thursday.

The Rangers received 184 points and four of 16 first-place votes. Bellarmine came in at No. 1 with 219 points and nine first-place votes, Rockhurst didn’t get a first-place vote but tallied 196 points to place second and Truman State was third with 188 points and three first-place votes.

Indian Trail (0-1) vs. Homestead (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Homestead High School (5000 W. Mequon Road, Mequon)

St. Joseph (0-1) vs. Winnebago Lutheran (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ameche Field

Bradford (0-1) vs. Badger (1-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Christian Life (1-0) vs. Shoreland (1-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Shoreland Lutheran

Wilmot (1-0) vs. Cudahy (1-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Cudahy High School (4950 S. Lake Dr.)

Central (0-1) vs. Zion-Benton (0-0)

When: 7:30 Friday night

Where: Zion-Benton Township High School (3901 W. 21st St., Zion, Ill.)

Tremper (0-1) vs. Antioch (0-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Ameche Field

Prep ticker: Tremper 2-2 in volleyball tourney


Burlington Invite

Prep soccer roundup: Hawks, Trojans score shutouts


KENOSHA — The two-day Conference Clash concluded on Wednesday at Ameche Field. The event featured eight boys soccer teams from the Southeast Conference, Southern Lakes Conference, Metro Classic Conference and Midwest Classic Conference.

Here’s a closer look at Wednesday’s results:

Prep swimming preview: Tremper’s DuChene one to watch

Tremper girls swimming coach Joe Kosman isn’t containing his excitement over the season he’s expecting from junior Lexie DuChene.

DuChene had a strong sophomore year, qualifying for three events in the WIAA Division-1 State Swimming and Diving Meet at the University of Wisconsin Natatorium in Madison. DuChene posted 10th-place finishes in the 200-yard individual medley (2 minutes, 9.99 seconds) and the 100 backstroke (58.45) and was also part of the Trojans’ state-qualifying 200 freestyle relay team.

Coaching transition has been smooth at UW-Whitewater

After two years as a back-up, the last thing former Wilmot star Chris Nelson planned on was a having a new head coach this fall, his first as the starting quarterback at UW-Whitewater.

But life in the coaching profession changes quickly, as Nelson and his teammates found out shortly after Whitewater captured its second straight NCAA Division III national championship and sixth since 2007 last December.

Briefs: Parkside volleyball team fifth in preseason poll

The UW-Parkside volleyball team was picked to finish fifth in the eight-team Great Lakes Valley Conference East Division in the annual preseason coaches’ poll, which was announced on Wednesday.

The Rangers garnered 64 points, 14 shy of fourth-place Southern Indiana and 14 ahead of sixth-place Bellarmine. Defending GLVC East champion Indianapolis was picked to defend its title, accruing 110 points and seven first-place votes. Lewis was second (109 points, five first-place votes), while McKendree was third (97 points, four first-place votes).

Wilmot grad Nelson ready for chance with Warhawks


It seems like a lifetime ago that Chris Nelson was flinging the football all over the place at Wilmot.

From there, he traveled to Northern Michigan on a scholarship — but that lasted just one year before he decided to get closer to home.

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