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Sports Notes: May 15

May 15, 2012

Family archery lessons being offered in May-June

The West Allis Bowmen are holding family archery lessons on Thursdays at 7 p.m. from May 31 to June 21.

The four-week program includes one-hour lessons for $50 per family. It is preferred that people bring their own equipment, but there is a limited supply available.

Families must register by May 29. Registration can be done at mdvenne@yahoo.com or by calling (262) 989-5035.

The clubhouse is located at 11601 Highway G (6-Mile Road) in Franksville. The number is (262) 835-4714, and the website is www.westallisbowmen.com.

Greenfield High slates summer basketball camps

Basketball camps for boys in grades three through nine will be conducted by Greenfield High School head coach Jack Miller and his staff this summer.

The "total skills" camps at the high school will be held in the weeks of June 18-21 and July 16-19, and a shooting camp will be held in the week of June 25-28.

The camps will run from 1 to 3:30 p.m. daily and will cost $60 per camp, $100 for two camps and $155 for all three camps.

For more information, contact Miller at (414) 235-4379.

Whitnall's Treuer chooses Millikin University

Brittany Treuer of Greenfield will attend and play volleyball at Millikin University in Decatur, Ill.

She lettered in volleyball at Whitnall High School, and as a senior, she collected 338 digs, 22 assists, 12 kills and 24 service aces. She was the team captain for the Falcons, along with earning first-team all-Woodland Conference and honorable mention all-area honors.

She was also a high honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society. She plans to major in athletic training and pre-physical therapy.

"Brittany is a strong defensive player that is a great addition to our team," Millikin head coach Debbie Kiick said. "She is a tremendous passer and is quick and athletic on defense. We are thrilled about what she's going to contribute to our program."

Area golf businesses offering lessons from pros

A number of local golf outlets are involved with the Welcome to Golf Month promotion sponsored by the PGA of America.

The program is highlighted by free 10-minute lessons from PGA and LPGA professionals. There are also additional introductory programs, orientations and clinics.

The area businesses include Golf Galaxy of Greenfield, Gastrau's Golf Center of Oak Creek and Oakwood Golf Course in Franklin.

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