Cox wins WingLess Sprints at Wilmot
In Saturday’s First Responders Night at Wilmot Raceway, Tim Cox of Park City, Ill., led wire-to-wire en route to winning the AutoMeter Wisconsin WingLess Sprints 25-lap feature.
Cox fended off Trevor’s Chris Dodd, who placed second.
In the 20-lap Lightning Sprints, C.J. Maleug of Johnsburg, Ill., claimed victory, with Kenosha’s Mike Neau placing second.
Joe Huenefeld of Cedarville, Ill., won the 20-lap Modifieds, while Muskego’s Courtney Atkinson was first in the 20-lap Street Stocks.
Craig Kreuser of Kenosha took second in the Street Stocks, while Josh Gehrig of Pleasant Prairie was third.
Finally, Ryan Andrews of Woodstock, Ill., won the 15-lap Bandit 4-Cylinder Stocks.
Wilmot will host the Eric Neeve Family Tribute Father’s Day Weekend Special on Saturday, which will feature the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints, AutoMeter Wisconsin WingLess Sprints, IRA Lightning Sprints and Modifieds.
Muni to host event on Father’s Day
Washington Park Municipal Golf Course will host a nine-hole Father’s Day scramble Saturday.
Father/son and father/daughter pairs are encouraged to register, but any duo is welcome to sign up. Red, yellow and white tees will be available for players of all skill levels.
Prizes will awarded for lowest score, closest to the pin, longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin in two shots.
The entry fee is $25 per two-person team, which includes lunch. Gas carts are available for an additional fee.
Registration is open until Thursday. The entry form is available on the City of Kenosha website and can be turned in with payment at Muni. For questions, call 262-653-4090.
Lynch dominates Junior Tour event
Trevor’s Paul Lynch, who recently completed his junior season for the Central boys golf team, captured a dominating victory Friday in a nine-player Wisconsin Junior PGA Tour Event at Riverside Golf Course in Janesville.
Lynch fired a 2-under-par 70 to win by a whopping 14 strokes.
Lynch had three birdies and three bogeys, but the highlight of his round was an eagle on the par-5 10th hole.
Local prep softball players recognized
Wilmot’s Haley Lamberson, Bradford’s Alyssa McClelland and Indian Trail’s McKenzie Lamos were finalists for the Wisconsin Sports Network Senior Softball Awards.
Lamberson and McClelland were finalsists for top outfielder, while Lamos was a finalist for top infielder/catcher.
The winners were announced Saturday.
Verona’s Molly McChesney won the top outfielder honor, while the top infielder/catcher award went to Whitnall’s Haley Wynn.
The top pitcher, meanwhile, was Oskhosh North’s Sydney Supple, who led the Spartans to the WIAA Division-1 state title this weekend in Madison.