Jack Polick and Elijah Day teamed up to fire a 5 under par 67 to claim second place in the Wisconsin PGA Junior Fall Scramble at The Brute at Grand Geneva in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Thirty-two (32) teams competed in the final PGA Junior Section event of the year. Polick and Day took second place in the 16-18 year old division, as well as the tournament overall. A 7 under par round of 65 won the competition. Polick, 13, is a seventh grader at Bristol School; Day, 17, is a senior at Bradford High School.
Story and photos by David Thoss — KenoWi.com contributor.
The Central Falcons traveled to Kenosha Tremper to start the boys volleyball season Thursday night.
You would not have known that this was an opener listening to the fans and the raucous cheers from both sides. The Falcons showed signs of a comeback, but the Trojans took energy from their home fans to prevail.
RecPlex and the Village of Pleasant Prairie would like to publicly recognize the Pleasant Prairie Predators Baseball Club for their 2010 donation of $1,300.
During the month of December, the Predators presented the Pleasant Prairie Recreation Commission with a ceremonial check to mark the donation. The funds were dedicated for use in the improvement of a baseball diamond inside Prairie Springs Park. The expansion will convert a current field into a regulation baseball field with a full infield and 90-foot base paths. The improvements will allow for a wider variety of ball playing options for area youth at a higher level of competitive play.