Whitnall girls tennis
Second singles player Lizzy Menden finished third for the Falcons in the Woodland Conference Tournament last week.
Menden won her opening two matches, then fell to the eventual champion from Shorewood in the semifinals. She then beat a girl from Wauwatosa West, 6-1, 7-6 (7-5), for third place.
At third singles, Claudia Cammack finished fourth, dropping the third-place match to New Berlin Eisenhower, 6-4, 6-4.
Fourth singles player Sonia Garcia came in fifth, topping South Milwaukee, 7-5, 6-3, in the fifth-place match.
Going 2-2 were the first doubles team of Krista Stribling and Ann Marie Bay, the second unit of Kari Stollenwerk and Emily Lepkowski and the third team of Carly Wagner and Hannah Cammack. First singles player Leah Symborski lost both matches for Whitnall, which tallied 18 points for seventh place.
Whitnall boys soccer
Joe Schauer tallied in the 91st minute as the Falcons tipped New Berlin Eisenhower, 2-1, in double overtime in a Woodland Conference game on Sept. 26.
The Falcons also blanked Cudahy, 10-0, in another Woodland game on Sept. 24 as Zach Barnhart, Petar Miskov, Cade Dombrowski and Bryan Domitrz each tallied two goals. Brent Sluka also scored for the Falcons.
Hale boys cross country
Milan Stojanovic and his team both finished second at Saturday's Chocolate City Invitational in Burlington.
Stojanovic came in second with 16 minutes, 4 seconds, a personal best and the third-fastest time in school history. Joining him in the top 10 were teammates Sam Gagliano with seventh (16:22) and Dan Nelson in 10th (16:32).
Robert Effinger claimed 11th (16:41), Tony Lozano 14th (16:55), Tim Ebben 27th (17:34) and Clive Miller 53rd (18:24) for the Huskies, who tallied 44 points for the runnerup spot behind sixth-rated Waukesha South's 40 points.
Everyone had a personal best for the Huskies, who are rated ninth in the state and improved to 86-10 on the season.
Hale girls cross country
A longer course could not deter the Huskies from a strong fifth-place finish with 132 points in the Mukwonago Invitational on Sept. 27.
The girls ran a five-kilometer race (3.1 miles) for the only time this season, head coach Terry Labinski said.
Ellie Probst finished fourth with 19 minutes, 58 seconds, which converts to 15:44 at four kilometers, and is the fifth-best Hale time ever. Madison Mihaljevic took sixth (20:06, 15:50), the eighth-best Hale time ever. Both received medals.
April Koshen placed 41st (21:42), Elizabeth Elliott 43rd (21:49), Alyssa Drajkowski 44th (21:50), Caroline Daniels 46th (personal best 21:55) and Jenna Freund 52nd (personal best 22:16).
Hale girls volleyball
The Huskies pulled out a tight 18-25, 25-27, 25-13, 25-20, 16-14 victory over Wauwatosa East on Sept. 25.
Caitlin Kantowski collected 25 assists, Cassie Luttinen six aces, Jamie Supple 13 kills, Rebecca Kuske eight blocks and Natalie Carr 19 digs.
"The girls showed a lot of heart and never-quit attitude," head coach Leng Sayaovong said. "I'm very hopeful that this match will show the girls they can finish close games and matches, that they can handle the pressure and step up their game to find a way to win."
Hale finished eighth at Saturday's Menomonee Falls Invitational, losing all five matches. Luttinen collected four aces on the day, while Kantowski had 31 assists, Kuske 16 blocks and Supple 54 digs and 19 kills.
Whitnall girls cross country
Jasmine Van Tine came in 19th with 20 minutes, 54 seconds over a five-kilometer course to lead the Falcons at the Sept. 27 Mukwonago Invitational.
Kim Hurst took 27th (21:14), Jennifer Bahling 32nd (21:24), Alyssa Woo 33rd (21:28) and Mika Topitzes 54th (22:47) for the Falcons, who tallied 165 points for seventh place.
Central boys cross country
Tyler Miletti ran sixth in 16 minutes, 39 seconds at the Sept. 27 Mukwonago Invitational.
Josh Boeder came in 40th (18:22), Josh Ostrenga 41st (18:23), Collin Borazo 55th (19:11), Ruslan Steininger 56th (19:13), Jack Rindahl 58th (19:21) and Damien McFaden 63rd (21:31) for the Bulldogs, who tallied 198 points for seventh place.
"It was a breakout meet for many of our runners," head coach David Rudey said. "Overall, I'm impressed with where we are going as we enter the championship phase of our season."
Central girls cross country
The Bulldogs tallied 226 points for ninth place in the Sept. 27 Mukwonago Invitational, which was run on a five-kilometer course.
Katie Wardinski came in 16th with 20 minutes, 43 seconds, followed by Alex Jonas in 36th (21:40), Amanda Cieslinski 57th (25:40), Supawadee Pamoto 58th (27:33), Hanna Pfister 59th (27:37) and Clarissa Tylke 60th (28:58).
The Bulldogs lost to Brookfield Central, 36-6, on Friday to remain winless on the season.
Waige Fischer ran 35 yards for West Allis' lone score of the night. Fischer finished with 78 yards rushing on 15 carries.
Quarterback Will Konecny completed nine of 19 passes for 128 yards, with Darren Walker catching two for 39 yards.
Central next visits Sussex Hamilton (5-1) at 7 p.m. Oct. 5.
Whitnall girls volleyball
The Falcons toppled Wauwatosa West, 25-14, 25-23, 25-22, in a Woodland Conference dual meet on Sept. 25.
Rachael Jaszczenski totaled 12 kills, Kim Ertl 34 assists, Ashley Markowiak four blocks and Amanda Rosenwald 16 digs.
Whitnall then dropped a 25-18, 25-14, 25-16 dual to New Berlin Eisenhower on Sept. 27 despite seven kills and four blocks from Markowiak, 14 assists and four aces by Ertl and 13 digs from Jaszczenski.
Whitnall boys cross country
The Falcons finished ninth in the Sept. 27 Mukwonago Invitational with 259 points.
Seth Nowak placed 43rd in 18 minutes, 31 seconds, followed by Paul Howard in 47th (18:37), Matt Paruzynski 53rd (19:03), Austin Hurst 57th (19:16), Jacob Wick 59th (19:25), Blake Stencil 61st (19:26) and Tyler Nape 62nd (19:33).
Greenfield cross country
Both Hustlin' Hawks teams took eighth in the Cudahy Purgold Invitational on Saturday.
The boys tallied 174 points behind 20th place from Casey Sabinash with 17 minutes, 18 seconds; Tom Friedbacker 22nd (17:22), Andy Sabinash 26th (17:24), Quinton Kufahl 47th (18:30) and Devin White 59th (19:47).
The girls, who scored 206 points, were led by Megan Theune-Baillargeon with 23rd (16:50), Keely Hanley 31st (16:59), Tia Ruhland (17:17), Natalia Coralic 39th (17:18), Audrey Schmidt 54th (18:49) and Corina Miracola 59th (21:21).
Receiving medals were Casey Sabinash, Friedbacker, Andy Sabinash, Theune-Baillargeon, Hanley and Ruhland, and the Hawks posted 16 personal bests.
West Allis girls tennis
The first doubles team of Jovana Vujasinovic and Katarina Jevtic and the second team of Natalie Gross and Sarah Fogl both earned fifth places in the Greater Metro Conference Meet last week in Brookfield.
Taking sixth were Ashley Palesse at second singles, Marissa Rechlicz at third singles and the third doubles team of Alyssa Martinez and Marisa Erdmann.
First singles player Branka Lugonja and fourth singles player Diana Burkee both went 0-2 for West Allis, which tallied 12 points for seventh place.
Central boys volleyball
Perennial power Marquette downed the Bulldogs, 25-12, 25-13, 25-7, in a dual on Sept. 26.
Josh Kopplin tallied seven kills and three blocks, Mike Brown 12 assists and Dominic Craig four digs.
Central also competed in Saturday's Kenosha Tremper Tournament, finishing fourth in its pool. The Bulldogs dropped duals to Tremper, Neenah and Kenosha Indian Trail.
Central girls volleyball
The Bulldogs lost a 25-16, 25-6, 25-7 Greater Metro Conference dual to top-rated Divine Savior Holy Angels on Sept. 25.
Angela Reyes and Mary Martens each had five kills, while Melissa Smith totaled 13 assists and six digs. Emma Somppi played well in the middle and Emily Villafuentes led Central in serve-receive, head coach Bob Staskunas said.
Central boys soccer
Mike Manlick scored the lone goal in a 7-1 loss to Waukesha North on Sept. 27.
The Bulldogs also fell to Menomonee Falls, 9-1, on Sept. 25 as Eric Owens tallied the goal and goaltender Aaron Gaglione made 19 saves.
Greenfield boys soccer
The Hustlin' Hawks were shut out by three foes last week.
They fell to Nicolet, 3-0, on Friday night; Wauwatosa West, 4-0, on Sept. 26 and Shorewood, 6-0, on Sept. 24. Goaltender Brett Szalaczinski made seven saves against Shorewood.
Hale boys volleyball
The Huskies dropped a 25-21, 25-11, 25-13 dual to Brookfield Central on Sept. 26.
Parker Voller collected 12 kills, Savaughn Boston 21 assists and Zach Bohmann 10 digs for Hale.
West Allis swimming
The Wave fell to Brookfield East, 150-36, in a Greater Metro Conference dual on Sept. 27.
Taking third places for West Allis were Jessica Drews in the 100 butterfly at 1 minute, 29.09 seconds and the 200 freestyle relay team of Cortney Wery, Paulina Fortis, Drews and Tara Kelley with 2:07.77.
Whitnall girls swimming
The Falcons lost a Woodland Conference dual meet to Shorewood, 123-60, on Sept. 26 despite Rachel Stave's victory in diving with 237.05 points.
Whitnall had earlier finished second to the Greyhounds in the Woodland Relays.
Greenfield girls tennis
The only matches the Hustlin' Hawks won in the Woodland Conference Tournament last week were at fourth singles with Olivia Sinda and at second doubles.
Greenfield went 0-2 at all other spots in scoring three points for 11th place.
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