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In memory of Michael W. Rogge, and in honor of the Rogge Family, we dedicate this scholarship to the loved ones we've lost. To celebrate and honor them with our play and our conduct. 


Our goal is to continue to grow this fund each year, thanks to your generous donations, so that we can continue to reach and impact a wide range of players that love to play this great game.


We've raised over $2,600 for our scholarship athletes since January 2017.


We've also been able to secure over $1500 in scholarships for individual camps over the same time frame!






Michael & Christine Rogge


Zhen Chen &  Family

Paul & Magdalena Corrado

Megan Kreiter & Family

James Margulis & Family

Owen  Silver & Family

Jeannine Lonney & Family

Brad, Val, & Austin Igler

Akash Woods & Family

Heidi, Ray, & Jack Wilson

Dashiel & Grayson Walker

Carlotta Silver &n Family

John Schmidt & Family

Cokie & Larry Nichols

Larry Nichols & Family

Maureen Chism & Family

Job Brown & Family

Please contact us if you would like to make a donation!

Tom Ramsey & Family

William Plut & Family

Doug Granat & Family



Michael W. Rogge:




Michael was born on July 1, 1973 in Elkhorn, WI to Glenda Cornella and Michael Rogge. He moved to Belle Fourche, SD in 1983 and is a 1991 graduate of Belle Fourche High School. In 1999, he met the love of his life, Christine Walsh. They married in Spearfish, SD on August 18, 2000

and moved to Colorado to begin their happily ever after. Along with Michael’s daughter Megan, they had two sons, Maichael and Gabriel. 


Mikey, as he was known to his many brothers, sisters and friends, was a dedicated husband and father. He always felt his greatest achievement was being a father. The only thing comparable to his love of coaching all his boys was being another dad watching on the

sidelines. Even on his worst days, he was still there cheering for them. Nothing brought him more joy than to spend time with his family.


Mike was a businessman, loyal to Kimball Midwest for over 14 years. Through his hard work and strong family commitment, he set an example for generations to come. Mikey had an uncanny ability to light up a room with laughter and brought joy to everyone he knew. He loved the Green Bay Packers, the Wisconsin Badgers and spending time on the golf course.

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