The UW-Parkside softball team salvaged a split with Drury in a Great Lakes Valley Conference doubleheader Friday at Thompson Field in Springfield, Mo.
The Rangers (3-24 overall, 3-18 GLVC) dropped a 1-0 pitchers’ duel in the opener before rebounding for a 5-1 win in the nightcap.
Three of the top four-ranked teams in the latest Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association Division-1 state poll will compete today at the Western Kenosha County Invite.
Games will be played at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. at Central’s Sorensen Fields and Wilmot’s Hwy C Sports Fields.
Little Leaguers of Kenosha has open registration for 7 and 8 years olds.
The age is determined as of May 1, 2014. The cost is $115 and includes a batting helmet, hat, socks, pants and jersey.
The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team signed two players to National Letters of Intent this week.
Recruits enrolling for the 2014-15 season were eligible to begin signing on Wednesday.
Jake Kolasinski went 4-for-4 and Cole Kroncke went the distance as the UW-Parkside baseball team salavaged a split of a Great Lakes Valley Conference doubleheader with a 6-2 game two victory over Illinois-Springfield on Friday in Springfield, Ill.
The Rangers lost the opener 3-1 to move to 9-22 and 7-17 in the GLVC heading into another twinbill at Springfield (9-22, 7-17) today.
This was not a pleasant season for the Milwaukee Bucks or their fans.
The 15-67 record (.183 winning percentage) set the franchise’s futility mark, “besting” the 20-62 record in 1993-94.
Brooks Gahart pitched six strong innings and Marshall Gilbert went 3-for-3 with two doubles and three RBI as visiting Central beat Delavan-Darien, 6-3, in a Southern Lakes Conference game at Veterans Field on Thursday.
Gahart (1-0) allowed five hits and one unearned run while walking one and striking out five.
The Wilmot golf team finished third with a 128 and Central placed fifth with a 136 at Thursday’s Falcon Invitational at Brighton Dale Links’ Blue Spruce Course.
Each of the six schools featured three two-man teams that played bestball, with the three nine-hole scores combined for the school’s total.
Emilee Nelson threw a seven-inning no-hitter as the Tremper softball team blanked host Franklin, 7-0, in a Southeast Conference game Thursday.
Nelson (2-0) walked three and struck out nine.
Steven Stover silenced Racine Park on Thursday.
The junior right-hander tossed a six-inning no-hitter as the Bradford baseball team posted an 11-1 Southeast Conference victory over the Panthers at Horlick Field.
For the second time in as many days, the Carthage softball team was unable to close out a CCIW doubleheader sweep on its home field.
After edging Elmhurst in the first game of Thursday’s twinbill, Carthage suffered a 4-2 defeat in the second game. The Reds (14-10, 5-5 CCIW) have split three of their five league doubleheaders this season.
Tickets are on sale for the UW-Milwaukee vs. UW-Parkside baseball game 6 p.m. Tuesday at Simmons Field.
This will be the first college baseball game played at the ballpark (7817 Sheridan Road) since it underwent a $1.1 million renovation last year.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association member schools did the right thing at Wednesday’s annual meeting.
While they didn’t vote on a proposed 1.65 multiplier for nonpublic schools, they passed a motion to create an ad hoc committee that will explore the issue further and research methods in which it could be implemented, if it’s implemented at all.
Kyle Schulz struck out 11 while pitching a complete game, and Ty Jandrowski belted a grand slam as the Bradford baseball team remained undefeated in the Southeast Conference with a 7-3 victory over Racine Park on Wednesday afternoon at Wavro Field.
Bradford (4-2, 3-0 SEC) scored all of its runs in the second inning to take a 7-0 lead.
Sarah Amburn’s goal in the 75th minute proved to be the decisive tally for the Indian Trail girls soccer team in a 2-1 non-conference win over Central Wednesday in Paddock Lake.
With the score deadlocked, Melody Daghfal beat her defender outside to the right and played the ball to the top of the box about six yards out, where Amburn buried it for the winning goal.