Sports Wrapups: May 1

May 1, 2012

Hale girls soccer

The Huskies opened last week with a resounding 10-0 victory over West Allis Central and finished it by going 1-2 in the Appleton Tournament over the weekend.

Jennifer Stawicki put in three goals to lead the way over Central, while Amanda Claro and Ashley Weiss each tallied two goals and Rachel Chojnacki and Marissa Rechlicz one apiece. Gabrielle Ulik chipped in with three assists and Stawicki, Delaney Mielke and Cassie Whittier each had one.

The Huskies (5-7 going into this week) started the Appleton event on Friday with a 1-0 loss to Appleton East. Rechlicz almost tied it in the final minute but was thwarted by a nice save by the East goalkeeper.

"The game was a struggle," head coach Brent Behnke said. "The girls seemed drained from the trip and they were more intent on having fun at the hotel than playing in the game."

Hale bounced back with a 3-2 victory over Appleton West on Saturday. Stawicki and Weiss tallied goals and the Huskies picked up an own goal as well.

They then lost an 8-0 decision to defending WIAA Division 1 state champion Appleton North.

Central boys track

Josh Boeder won the pole vault with 13 feet even to highlight the Bulldogs' effort in the East Troy Invitational on Friday.

"Josh has worked hard all season, but before that, he has been training all of the off-season as well," head coach Mark Klobukowski said.

Taking second were Tyler Miletti in the 1,600-meter run at 4 minutes, 38.4 seconds and Joe Fogl in the shot put with 47 feet, 2 inches.

Coming in fourth were Brendan Bailey in the 100 dash (11.31 seconds) and Ben Cameron in the discus (personal-best 136-3½).

The 3,200 relay was also fifth (9:17.45) for the Bulldogs, who tallied 61 points for fifth place.

Central girls track

Nicole Larson won the pole vault once again for the Bulldogs with 10 feet, 6 inches at Friday's East Troy Invitational.

The 1,600-meter relay unit of Coral Davis, Jourdan Davis, Alex Jonas and Sami Chaulklin took third (4 minutes, 31.4 seconds) and fourths were claimed by Abby Pranghofer in the 1,600 run (5:49.25) and the 3,200 team of Becky Schwindt, Sam Kass, Laura Kovach and Jourdan Davis (11:26.16).

Central finished seventh in the 13-team field with 52 points.

Hale boys track

Victories in seven events gave the Huskies second place with 111 points in their own relay meet on April 25.

Hale won the high jump led by Nate Langenkamp and Sam Michalski; the pole vault led by Zach Smith and Tony Chang; the discus with Peter Keen, Mike Lancour, Sam Olszewski and Aaron Cronin (they had the top four individual efforts); the shot put with Olszewski, Keen, Lancour and Zakari Agherrabi; the 1,600-meter run with Tim Ebben, Tony Lozano, Jose Romero-Torres and Ryan Dieter; the 330 shuttle hurdle in 56.45 seconds; and the 1,600 relay with 3 minutes, 44.74 seconds.

Hale girls track

The Huskies placed three in the top six of the pole vault in the Pre-Prom Party Meet at Wisconsin Lutheran on Friday.

Kathy O'Hara finished second with 9 feet, 6 inches, followed by Elizabeth Elliot in third at 9-0 and Erin Barbeau tied for sixth with 8-6.

Ellie Probst claimed third in the 800-meter run at a meet-record 2 minutes, 25.65 seconds for the Huskies, who scored 33½ points for ninth place.

Hale also took fourth with 58 points in its own relay meet on April 25. The pole vault team of O'Hara, Barbeau, Elliot and Emily Zelten took first place.

Whitnall softball

The Falcons downed Brown Deer, 9-5, on April 26.

Lizzy Menden belted a home run and had two hits, while Ann Bay had two hits, including a triple, and drove in a pair of runs. Renee Caron brought in two runs and Carly Wagner had two hits and a run batted in while notching the victory on the mound with four hits allowed and eight strikeouts.

Hale boys golf

The Huskies shot 346 for ninth place at Friday's Oakwood Invitational. John Zilles fired an 82 to tie for 10th of 90 golfers, while Patrick Heal shot 85, Joey Ouellette 89, Eric Baker 90 and Danny Imp 102.

The Huskies posted 363 for 23rd place in the Brookfield Skins Meet on April 25. Zilles carded a 90 and won six skins and Heal a 90 for two skins. Baker also shot 90, Ouellette 93 and Danny Lemanske 99.

Hale carded 183 in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on April 23 at Westmoor Country Club. Zilles posted 44, Baker 45, Heal 46, Ouellette 48 and Lemanske 49.

Finally, the Huskies played in the rain-shortened Lake Country Invitational on Saturday. Through nine holes, Heal was five over par, Zilles eight over and Baker and Ouellette each 13 over par.

Whitnall boys golf

The Falcons finished 11th in the Franklin Invitational at Oakwood Golf Course on Friday with 353 strokes.

Sam Watson led the way with an 85, followed by Clayton Anderson at 88, Mitch Molbeck 89, Thayne Krause 91 and John Caron 95.

Whitnall took fifth in a Woodland Conference mini-meet on April 26 at Deer Creek with 187 and sixth in another mini-meet on April 24 at New Berlin Hills with 190.

The Falcons also took eighth place in Division 2 of Saturday's Lake Country Invitational.

Greenfield boys golf

The Hustlin' Hawks shot 356 to take 12th place in Friday's Franklin Invitational at Oakwood Golf Course.

Chris Henckel fired a 79 to pace Greenfield, while Nick Conatty totaled 87, Mike Hensiak 89 and Alec Piekarski 101.

Greenfield was also fourth in a Woodland Conference mini-meet on April 26 at Deer Creek with 185 and in another mini-meet on April 24 at New Berlin Hills with 182 shots.

Whitnall girls soccer

Ashley Markowiak tallied two unassisted goals to lead the Falcons to a 3-0 triumph over South Milwaukee on April 24.

Mary Gaggioli scored the third goal, assisted by Lauren McKweon.

The Falcons lost to New Berlin West, 2-0, on April 26, and head coach Robert Antholine said inability to finish opportunities was costly.

Whitnall (3-5) also fell to Kenosha Bradford, 1-0, on Saturday. Katie Schauer hit a line drive off the goalkeeper's hands late in the game, but the Falcons could not convert.

Central softball

The Bulldogs banged out 21 hits in a 21-12 romp over Divine Savior Holy Angels on April 23.

Halie Weigel went 3-for-5 with a double, five runs batted in and four runs scored, while Sierra Brown had two hits, both doubles, and three RBIs; Amy Nycz four hits and four RBIs, April Wildes two hits and three RBIs, Angela Cruz three hits and four runs, Danielle Waltho two hits and two RBIs and Megan Dressel three hits.

Central battled West Allis Hale on April 24 before falling, 9-5. Brown went 3-for-4 with a double and Nycz allowed nine hits.

Central lost to Brookfield East, 14-2, on Friday despite Brown's three hits, including a home run, and two RBIs.

Central girls soccer

The Bulldogs dropped a 10-0 game to West Allis Hale on April 24 after trailing only 3-0 at the half.

They also fell to Waterford, 6-0, on April 26.

Greenfield softball

Randi Fennig allowed just four hits for the Hustlin' Hawks in a 4-0 loss to Oak Creek on Friday.

Fennig also had two hits for Greenfield, which also lost a 9-1 game to New Berlin West on April 26 as Luci Krenzke drove in the only run.

Central boys golf

The Bulldogs shot 208 to finish eighth in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on April 23 at Westmoor Country Club.

Eric Owens fired a 46 for the Bulldogs, followed by Eric Ausbon at 51, Dominic Craig 53, Dan Doyle 54 and Dakota Behrs 68.

Central was then 18th in the Franklin Invitational at Oakwood Golf Course on Friday with 410 strokes. Ausbon carded a 98, Craig 99, Owens 100 and Doyle 113.

West Allis boys tennis

The first doubles team of Travis Balcerzak and Zack Zajdel won twice, but West Allis dropped dual meets of 6-1 to Sussex Hamilton on Friday and Brookfield Central on April 26.

West Allis also lost a 7-0 dual to Cedarburg on April 24.

Whitnall boys tennis

The Falcons lost Woodland Conference dual meets of 7-0 to Greendale on April 26 and 4-3 to Wauwatosa West on April 24.

Against Tosa West, Andrew Dundas won, 6-0, 6-1, at first singles.

Greenfield girls soccer

The defense was solid but the offense struggled as the Hustlin' Hawks lost to Pewaukee, 4-0, on April 26 and Greendale, 2-0, on April 24.

Goaltender Tania Alvarez collected three saves against the Panthers.

- Compiled by John Rech



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