Sports notes

April 25, 2012

Tosa Tennis Club looking for players

The Wauwatosa Women's Tennis Club is looking for players. Wauwatosa residency is not a requirement.

Play begins the week of June 3 and ends Aug. 12. The deadline for registering is April 9. Download the form at

Complete the information on the form and mail it along with a check to the chairperson listed on the form. Matches are played at Hart Park.

There are daytime singles, doubles and evening matches on Wednesday and Thursday.

Call Pam Erickson, (414) 771-7190, or Diana Krumenauer, (414) 453-7987, for information.

Wanaki Tee-Totalers seek members for Tuesdays

The Wanaki Tee-Totalers are seeking new members for their Tuesday morning golf league. The nine-hole, non-handicapped league begins May 8. For information, call (262) 787-0244.

Tosa Wrestling Club Fundraiser set for Friday

The Tosa Wrestling Club will host the fourth annual Wine vs. Beer Tasting Matchup from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Wauwatosa Woman's Club.

Wines and beers from around the world will be featured, along with appetizers and desserts by Bunzel's Catering, plus coffee and soda.

The event will include live music and a silent auction, featuring hotel and restaurant offerings, golf packages, and especially for Mother's Day shoppers, a large assortment of jewelry and handmade items. The event also will feature specialty wine and gift basket raffles.

Tickets are $30 before April 20 and $40 at the door.

Checks can be mailed to Kathy Kendl, Tosa Wrestling Club treasurer, at 5827 W. Wells St., Wauwatosa, WI 53213. Include your name, email address and telephone number with your order.

All proceeds will benefit the Tosa Wrestling Club, a nonprofit organization offering programs that develop character by teaching and demonstrating positive values that serve as a foundation for healthy lifestyles.

The nonprofit Tosa Wrestling Club annually provides wrestling instruction for more than 200 youth from second grade through high school.

Fifth-grader takes first at state tourney at 69 pounds

Fifth-grader Aidan Medora of the Wauwatosa STEM school finished first at the WWF Kids Folk style State Tournament on March 23-24 in Madison.

Medora took first place at 69 pounds. He defeated Charlie Stuhl from Prescott, 5-0, in the finals. Last year he was the state runner-up.

He wrestles for the Askern Wrestling Academy in Hartland.

Trojan Basketball Club seeks boys/girls coaches

The Trojan Basketball Club is looking for volunteer coaches for the upcoming fifth through eighth grade summer leagues.

Coaches are needed for a few of the summer league girls and boys teams.

TBC emphasizes fundamentals, teamwork, sportsmanship and the importance of academics first. The club is a youth feeder program for boys who will be attending Wauwatosa West High School with aspirations to play at the varsity level.

A high percentage of TBC athletes have gone on to play varsity basketball at West. If you are interested in helping to teach and inspire the next wave of Wauwatosa West basketball players, call Ken Rudzinski at (414) 731-9411.

Tosa East baseball sets fundraiser for May 4

The 11th annual Friends of Tosa East Baseball Fundraiser is set for 6 to 10:30 p.m. May 4 at the Tosa Room in the Muellner Building at Hart Park.

The cost is $20 for a silent auction, bean toss Baggo tournament, raffles, music and complimentary food and beverages.

For information, email coach Brian Karas at

Free Tight End Camp set for June 20-21

Jim Place's annual free Milwaukee Tight End Camp on June 20-21 at Bradley Tech, 700 S. 4th Street.

The camp is scheduled from 5:30-7:30 p.m. each day, and campers will receive a free T-shirt and snacks.

Campers should wear athletic shorts, shirts and football turf shoes.

Place is a former tight end at Ball State University and is currently a tight ends coach. The camp focuses position-specific instructions for playing tight end.

Campers who register before June 8 are guaranteed a T-shirt.

Contact Place at (414) 915-8831 or email

Naga-Waukee league looking for members

The Tuesday women's 18-hole golf league at Naga-Waukee Golf Course is accepting members for the 2012 season. All players must have a handicap of 36 or less.

Play begins in May and continues throughout the summer. Golf begins about 6:45 a.m. and continues until about 8:30 a.m.

For information, call Marilyn Buffone at (262) 367-8697 or Barb Gorski at (262) 370-9855.

Wanaki Ladies Golf League seeks Golf Belle members

The Wanaki Ladies Golf League is seeking members for The Golf Belles, a nine-hole Thursday morning league that runs May 31 through Aug. 31.

All ability levels are welcome. Contact Stephanie Weisse, or (262) 781-7652.

Jr. Raider Football sign-up under way

The Junior Raider Football program is accepting registration for the 2012 season.

The Jr. Raiders will field teams from fifth to eighth grade.

To be eligible, players must either live or attend school in the Wauwatosa East attendance area.

Go to to register.

New Berlin Hills golf league seeks new members

The New Berlin Hills A-C Ladies Thursday morning nine-hole golf league is looking for members.

Play begins the first Thursday in May and continues through September.

For information, call Rita Marks, (262) 782-6351.




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