UWP baseball team ends season with tie
The UW-Parkside baseball team ended its season with a 5-5 tie Tuesday night in a non-conference game against UW-Milwaukee.
The game was called in the 13th inning due to facility curfew at Kapco Park in Mequon.
Justin Bennett went 2-for-5 for the Rangers, Ricky West was 2-for-4 with an RBI and Shawn Rigsby drove in a pair of runs.
Jarrett Rossiano allowed just one earned run in a six-inning start, then the bullpen trio of Jake Macaluso, Matt Helwig and Nicholas Rana combined for six strong innings, allowing an unearned run on two hits with six strikeouts.
Parkside finished with a 10-34-1 record.
Bowling Hall dinner tickets available
Tickets are available for the Kenosha USBC Bowling Hall of Fame dinner at 6:30 p.m. June 1 at the Italian American Club, 2217 52nd St.
The same dinner will also serve as the awards program for the USBC Women’s City Tournament.
The cost is $25, and tickets can be bought at Guttormsen Recreation Center, Sheridan Lanes and Surfside Bowl.
Ron Axberg, John Brooks and Ric Koski are this year’s inductees.
For more information, contact Tammy Schmidtke at 262-942-0246 or Eddie Piehl at 262-658-2633.
Tremper girls tennis to hold meeting
The Tremper girls tennis team will hold an informational meeting for students in grades 8-11 at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the school’s commons.
Attendees should bring a parent to the meeting to fill out forms and order uniforms.
Indian Trail girls golf meeting slated
Indian Trail will hold an informational meeting for girls golf at 4:30 p.m. May 16 in the school’s commons.
Contact coach Erik Herbrechtsmeier at email@example.com with any questions.
The husband-wife team of Gary and Lori Exner won the NBA Doubles League championship at Sheridan Lanes.
After defeating David Schwartz and Ryan Zagar in the semifinals, the Exners beat Jim Capps and Tim Alfredson in the title match. Capps and Alfredson advanced to the match with a win over siblings Stephanie Frost and Joe Meier.
Gary Exner bowled two 800 series during the season, including a league-high 838. Ryan Zagar rolled an 815, while a perfect game highlighted Sarah Pobloski’s 812.
Pobloski led the league’s women bowlers with a 219 average and seven 700 series. Jamie Bain and Lori Exner each bowled two 700 series, followed by Stephanie Schwartz and Jordyn Kirschbaum with one apiece.
Pobloski, Gary Exner and Jacob Boresch each bowled a pair of perfect games. Lennie Boresch Jr., Joe Meier and Chuck Weiss also hit the 300 mark.
Lennie Boresch Jr. edged his son, Jacob, for highest league average, 238.9-238.8.