The WIAA softball postseason hits full stride today as all remaining Kenosha County teams are in action in regional finals.
In Division-1, the city schools (Bradford, Tremper) are in Sectional No. 8, while the county schools (Central, Wilmot) are in Sectional No. 5. It is possible, like in 2011, the county could field two teams in the WIAA D-1 State Tournament in Madison. The sectional winners are bracketed to not face each other until the state championship.
Cal Rohrman came through in the biggest game of the season for the Madison Area Technical College baseball team on Sunday.
The Wilmot graduate pitched three innings of shutout relief and picked up the victory as the Wolfpack beat Kankakee Community College, 3-1, in the championship game of the NJCAA Region IV Tournament on Sunday at Robin Roberts Field in Madison.
Kenosha County representatives posted a combined record of 1-10 in Wednesday’s WIAA Division-2 tennis sectional at Pleasant Valley Tennis Club in Jackson.
University School won the sectional title with 54 points to advance to the State Team Tournament June 7-8 at Nielsen Stadium in Madison. Racine Prairie was a distant second with 35 points. St. Joseph (21) and Indian Trail (10) were fifth and eighth, respectively.
Needing a victory to grab a share of the Midwest Classic Conference title, the Christian Life soccer team played Lake Country Lutheran to a scoreless draw on Wednesday in Hartland.
The Lightning (6-0-1 MCC) were ranked No. 2 in Division-3 in the latest Wisconsin Coaches Association state poll.
Kevin Kolaczewski fired a 77 (37-40) and was one stroke short of winning medalist honors as the Bradford golf team won the eight-team WIAA Division-1 regional Tuesday at Meadowbrook Country Club in Racine.
Bradford placed three golfers in the top five and tallied 329. Racine Case was second with 336, Central (354) place third and Wilmot (357) took fourth. Indian Trail and Tremper tied for sixth with a 385.
Alex Valeri scored in the 30th minute as the Tremper girls soccer team continued its Southeast Conference mastery with a 1-0 victory over rival Bradford on Tuesday at Ameche Field.
Tremper (15-1-2) finished 7-0 in the SEC. The Trojans extended their conference win streak to 21 games dating back to the 2011 season.
The Tremper baseball team is recognizing all its sponsors, contributors and volunteers for their support in helping build Andy Smith Field before today’s 4:30 p.m. home game against Harftford.
Festivities will start at 4:15 p.m. Andy Smith Field is located at 8560 26th Ave. (south of the tennis courts).
Maddy Chase pitched a one-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts as top-seeded St. Joseph pounded Palmyra-Eagle, 10-0, in five innings in a WIAA Division-3 regional semifinal Tuesday at UW-Parkside’s Case Complex.
The Lancers (20-1) scored six runs in the first inning and took a 9-0 lead in the second.
Two individual winners and two winning relays propelled the Central boys track and field team to a first-place finish in Monday’s WIAA Division-1 regional at Lake Geneva Badger.
The Falcons finished with 115 points, edging out Southern Lakes Conference Outdoor champion Badger (112). Bradford was third with 105. Wilmot (sixth, 60), Indian Trail (seventh, 47) and Tremper (ninth, 38) also participated in the nine-team meet.
The St. Joseph boys track and field team was denied a regional repeat on Monday.
One year after edging Pewaukee, 130-126, for a WIAA Division-2 regional crown, the Lancers were edged out by the Pirates, 121-117, in a 10-team meet at Wisconsin Lutheran.
The St. Joseph tennis team brought home a runner-up finish from Monday’s nine-team WIAA Division-2 subsectional at the River Glen Indoor in Glendale.
Racine Prairie edged the Lancers for first place, 22-20. Indian Trail, a first-time subsectional participant, was fourth with 10 points. Points will be carried over to Wednesday’s sectional at the Pleasant Valley Tennis Club in Jackson.
Deven Jackson, Gaby Avila and Marissa Galli each scored a goal as the Bradford soccer team edged host Greendale, 3-2, Monday in a non-conference game.
The Red Devils (13-5-2) opened the scoring in the 12th minute when Jackson found the back of the net on an assist from Sophie Kubicki-Hermes before Avila scored on an assist from Alysha Brown in the 21st minute.
UW-Parkside senior Jesus Escareno received Division II All-Midwest Region honors in the 3,000-meter steeplechase by The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Escareno, a qualifier for the Division II Outdoor Championships in Pueblo, Colo., had a season-best time of 9:11.35 at the Dr. Keeler Last Chance Invitational on May 10 in Naperville, Ill.