Sports Wrapups: Sept. 13

Sept. 11, 2012

Hale boys soccer

With three victories by a combined 17-1 count, the Huskies enjoyed a strong week.

They blanked West Allis Central, 5-0, on Sept. 5 in a Greater Metro Conference contest, then routed Cudahy, 9-0, on Sept. 6 and stopped Racine Horlick, 3-1, on Saturday.

Alexander Sykes was the top scorer for the week with six goals, while Antonio Rodriguez tallied three goals and three assists and Bobby Saskowski three goals and a pair of assists.

Against Central, Rodriguez notched two goals and an assist. Sykes scored four times against Cudahy and Saskowski added a pair of goals. Saskowski, Sykes and Rodriguez all tallied goals in the Horlick game.

Goalkeeper Alex Engel only allowed one goal in 2½ games for the Huskies, who improved to 8-4-2.

Greenfield girls volleyball

The Hustlin' Hawks remained unbeaten in Woodland Conference action with wins over Shorewood and St. Francis last week.

They downed the Mariners, 25-11, 25-9, 25-10, on Sept. 6 behind 33 assists from Luci Krenzke, 14 kills and three blocks by Jessie Kalous and 15 digs from Lauren Bullock.

Greenfield dropped Shorewood, 25-21, 25-16, 25-12, on Sept. 4.

The Hawks came into this week at 2-0 in the Woodland, although they faced a stern test on Tuesday against Whitnall.

Greenfield also took second in the Silver Division at the Lancer Invitational on Saturday, falling to Kenosha Tremper, 19-25, 25-21, 15-11, in the final. The Hawks defeated Cedarburg, 25-21, 25-16, in the semifinal and Kaukauna, 25-14, 25-20, in the quarterfinal.

Whitnall girls volleyball

The Falcons topped South Milwaukee, 25-9, 25-18, 25-11, on Sept. 4 in Woodland Conference action.

Rachael Jaszczenski totaled seven kills, Lauren Ray 13 assists, Kendall Stribling three blocks and Amanda Rosenwald 12 digs.

Greenfield boys soccer

Dusan Ogjannovic scored off a pass from Matt Defatte at 83 minutes, 25 seconds as the Hustlin' Hawks knocked off New Berlin West, 3-2, on Sept. 5.

Also scoring were David Castillo, assisted by Roberto Benevides, and Miki Kosanovic, helped by Manuel Villareal. Goalkeeper Brett Szalaczinski made 10 saves for the Hawks, who moved to 2-1 in the Woodland Conference.

Greenfield tied Janesville Craig, 1-1, on Sept. 6 as Stephen Lisiecki scored in the 18th minute.

The Hawks started the season 0-4 but came into this week at 3-6-1.

Hale boys cross country

The Huskies ran third with 121 points in the Rocket Invitational Saturday at Grant Park.

Milan Stojanovic captured 16th with 16 minutes, 59 seconds and was followed by Sam Gagliano in 19th (17:09), Robert Effinger 21st (17:11), Dan Nelson 22nd (17:11), Tony Lozano 44th (17:46), Bailey Keune 57th (18:13), Tim Ebben 63rd (18:19) and Clive Miller 101st (19:13) in his first varsity race.

"Everyone on varsity improved from last week," head coach Ron Kurtz said. "Milan, Sam, Robert and Tim all had season bests and Dan, Bailey and Clive all had personal bests."

The Huskies improved to 40-7 for the season.

Central girls volleyball

Bouncing back from a poor performance on Sept. 5 against Sussex Hamilton, the Bulldogs downed Waukesha South, 25-17, 19-25, 25-17, 12-25, 15-9, on Sept. 6.

Angela Reyes and Mary Martens collected five kills each, while Gabby Coto-Valentin and Rachel Sura had four apiece. Melissa Smith paced Central in aces with six, assists with 18 and digs with a season-high 24.

"Her aces really turned around the first game," head coach Bob Staskunas said. "She also did a nice job of running the team."

Central fell to Hamilton, 25-17, 25-16, 25-18. Martens led in kills with seven, while Smith totaled 18 assists and eight digs.

Hale girls volleyball

The Huskies went 2-3 in the annual Mary Blandino Invitational on Saturday.

Caitlin Kantowski collected 67 assists on the day, while Jamie Supple had 35 kills and Rachel Milani 29 kills. Milani added 15 blocks and Rebecca Kuske nine. Supple totaled 36 digs and Natalie Carr 34, while Miranda Bailey served 10 aces.

"The team is currently playing a lot better with the return of Kuske from injury," head coach Leng Sayaovong said. "We still need to work on our serve/receive, and we need to be more consistent with our serves."

Hale lost to Divine Savior Holy Angels, 25-13, 25-20, 25-15, on Sept. 5 despite six kills and nine digs from Supple, five kills from Kantowski, 15 assists by Jenna Krueger, four blocks from Milani and two aces by Marlee Freitag.

Whitnall boys soccer

The Falcons lost a 2-1 decision to Shorewood in an overtime battle for first place in the Woodland Conference on Sept. 5.

Tyler Quinn tallied the lone goal, assisted by Patrick Schinner, in the 38th minute. Goalkeeper Max Schwarz made eight saves.

The Greyhounds, though, scored in the 86th minute to win and improved to 3-0 in Woodland play. Whitnall fell to 2-1.

Whitnall girls tennis

The Falcons blanked Cudahy, 7-0, in a Woodland Conference dual on Sept. 4, then won two duals at the Martin Luther Invitational on Saturday.

At Martin Luther, they beat Brookfield Academy, 4-3, and Brown Deer, 7-0.

Winning all their singles matches were Lizzy Menden at the second spot, Claudia Cammack at the third position and Sonia Garcia at the fourth slot. Emily Lepkowski and Kari Stollenwerk won all of their matches at third doubles.

Winning twice were Leah Symborski at first singles, Krista Stribling and Ann Marie Bay at first doubles and Hannah Cammack and Carly Wagner at second doubles.

Greenfield cross country

The boys team tallied 236 points for ninth in the Rocket Invitational Saturday at Grant Park.

Andy Sabinash led with 38th place in 17:42, followed by Tom Friedbacker 42nd (17:44), Casey Sabinash 43rd (17:44), Quinton Kufahl 53rd (18:03), Cody Hagfors 66th (18:23) and Brandon Dachowski 103rd (19:29).

The girls squad was 16th with 385 points. Keely Hanley took 11th (15:47), Megan Baillargeon-Theune 92nd (17:54), Tia Ruhland 96th (18:15), Audrey Schmidt 99th (18:32) and Natalia Coralic 102nd (18:37).

Hale girls cross country

The Huskies came in 13th in the Rocket Invitational Saturday at Grant Park with 315 points.

Ellie Probst led the way with 26th in 16 minutes, 25 seconds, while Madison Mihaljevic was 49th (16:51, a 50-second personal best), April Koshen 79th (17:27), Alyssa Drajkowski 80th (17:34), Caroline Daniels 88th (17:50) and Emily Zelten 97th (18:16).

Cassie Whittier ran her first varsity race and was 105th (18:59).

Central girls cross country

The Bulldogs placed fifth of 10 teams at the Whitnall Invitational on Friday with 117 points.

Alex Jonas was 12th in 17 minutes, 5 seconds, while Katie Wardinski took 13th (17:11), Becky Schwindt 27th (18:02), Dana Batchelor 32nd (21:18), Kristen Donnerbauer 33rd (21:26) and Hannah Pfister 34th (21:35). Schwindt, Batchelor, Donnerbauer and Pfister all had personal bests.

"(Jonas') goal was to go sub-17:00, and she came within six seconds," head coach Mark Klobukowski said. "Becky is starting to get stronger and she will continue to improve each week with her hard work in practice."

Central boys cross country

Tyler Miletti captured fourth with 16 minutes, 46 seconds at the Whitnall Invitational on Friday.

Josh Ostrenga took 29th (19:13), Josh Boeder 30th (19:15), Freddy Birchbauer 33rd (19:36), Collin Borazo 37th (19:44), Jack Rindahl 39th (20:43) and Damien McFadden 40th (20:55) for the Bulldogs, who tallied 133 points for fifth.

Greenfield girls swimming

The Hustlin' Hawks placed ninth in the Rocket Invitational on Saturday with 120 points.

Taking sixth were Brooke Charles, Phoebe Musczynski, Amber Inmann and Mia Rosario-Maldonado in the 300 freestyle in 3 minutes, 17.04 seconds and Kari Krizan, Musczynski, Morgan Borchardt and Rosario-Maldonado in the 300 butterfly at 4:10.01.

Claiming seventh were Charles, Cayla Mrnik, Borchardt and Musczynski in the 400 individual medley (5:13.32) and Kristina Nguyen, Mrnik, Borchardt and Sydney Fricker in the 850 freestyle (11:07.09).

West Allis girls swimming

Natalie Edge-Krueger placed seventh in diving at the Rocket Invitational on Saturday with 96.2 points.

Taking eighth were Cortney Wery, Brianna Kulas, Jess Drews and Sydney Jewell in the 300 butterfly at 4 minutes, 15.54 seconds and Brittany House, Amber Kupferschmidt, Paulina Fortis and Jamie Trapp in the 800 freestyle with 11:01.73.

West Allis was 10th in the meet with 84 points.

Greenfield girls tennis

The Hustlin' Hawks fell to South Milwaukee, 4-3, on Sept. 4 and to Shorewood, 7-0, on Sept. 6.

They also split two duals at the Martin Luther Invitational on Saturday, beating Racine Horlick, 4-3, and falling to Kenosha Indian Trail, 4-3.

Central boys soccer

The Bulldogs fell to Kaukauna, 3-1, and Portage, 4-1, at the Watertown Invitational on Saturday.

Estaban Barajas scored against Kaukauna and Mike Manlick against Portage.

Central also lost to West Allis Hale, 5-0, on Sept. 5.

Central boys volleyball

Dominic Craig totaled eight kills and seven digs and Josh Kopplin 12 assists and five aces, but the Bulldogs still fell to Waukesha North in three games in their only action last week.

Ryan Wisch added three blocks for Central, which lost the dual, 25-22, 25-13, 25-23.

The Bulldogs host an invitational at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

-- Compiled by John Rech



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