The Christian Life boys basketball team fell to 1-2 with its 48-43 non-conference loss at Greendale Martin Luther on Monday night.
Sam Porcaro (13 points), Connor (Mix 12) and Josh Gee (10) scored in double figures for the Eagles, who led 19-15 after the first quarter, then trailed 27-24 at halftime and 36-32 after three quarters.
Connor Iaquinta paced the Spartans (2-0) with 14 points, and Sam Walsh scored 11.
Christian Life will return to action Dec. 2 with a non-conference home game against Central.
The 2013 Tremper girls soccer team was named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America Academic All-American team for the 15th consecutive year, the organization announced recently.
The Trojans had cumulative team GPA of 3.37. The team won an undefeated Southeast Conference title, advanced to the WIAA State Tournament and finished 19-4-2 overall.
Team members were Nicolette Brown, Kelsey Dejno, Karly Dierckens, Maggie Edmark, Mary Edmark, Lizzie Hawbaker, Jordan Hollingsworth, Emma Hughes, Becky Knapp, Hannah Knutson, Ali Kresse, Jessie McKay, Brooke Munroe, Madison Munroe, Emily Roach, Abby Sirocchi, Allie Smith, Jordan Snider, Danielle Strelecki, Alex Valeri, Katie Verheyen, Sam Weber, Jen Wendling, Amy Wilson and Ashley Zenner.
The coach is Todd Hardy and the varsity assistants are Alyssa Sigman and Alison Iglehart.
UW-Parkside junior defender Emily Konior earned second-team honors on the Daktronics All-Midwest Region women’s soccer team for the second consecutive season on Monday.
The 13-player first team and 14-player second team was selected by the region’s sports information directors.
Konior, a second-team All-GLVC performer from Huntley, Ill., finished second on the team in goals (eight) and points (17) as the Rangers finished 14-5-3. She anchored a backline that tallied 11 shutouts this season and scored the game-winning goal against Michigan Tech in the first round of the NCAA Division II Tournament.
The Tremper baseball program will be selling its vintage game jerseys for $20 at home basketball games until sold out.
The jerseys are from the late 1990s and early/mid 2000s.
For more information, or to purchase, contact Tremper baseball coach John Matera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rich Beltoya rolled a perfect game to highlight an 808 series to lead the Hi Pockets League at Sheridan Lanes.
Thirteen-year-old David Burnett put together his first 600 series — a 638 — on games of 201, 214 and 223 in the Wednesday Junior.com League at Guttormsen Recreation Center.