Sports Wrapups: Sept. 25

Sept. 25, 2012

Whitnall swimming, diving

Behind strong balance, the Falcons finished second with 304 points in the Woodland Conference Relays on Sept. 19 at Greenfield.

They trailed only Shorewood with 324 points in the 13-team event. Whitnall led until the 10th event, when the Greyhounds took the lead by two points.

The diving unit of Rachel Stave, Colleen Barnstable and Brianna Tabot won with 324.35 points, outscoring second-place Cudahy by 89 points.

The other winning team was the 100 medley unit of Rachel Boushon, Abby Chiesa, Lizzie Streim and Stave in 1 minute, 3.16 seconds.

Taking second were Jill Kolasinski, Sarah Arteaga, Maddie Vokovitch and Leah Windt in the 200 medley (2:00.08); Windt, Rebecca Wigington, Leah Jenk and Arteaga in the 800 freestyle (8:51.46); and Chiesa, Arteaga, Boushon and Vokovitch in the 300 breaststroke (3:43.99).

Also making the podium were Lauren Zurowski and Mary Sullivan as the Falcons took five thirds and one fourth.

Hale boys soccer

The Huskies pulled off a 3-0 victory over traditional power Wauwatosa East in a Greater Metro Conference game on Sept. 18.

After a scoreless first half, Joey Daniels tallied off an assist by Bobby Saskowski. Alex Kaul scored the next goal on the rebound of his own missed penalty kick, then Daniels tallied again, helped by Antonio Rodriguez.

The Huskies improved to 2-3 in the GMC and 11-5-1 overall with their sixth victory in seven contests.

Whitnall girls volleyball

The Falcons blanked Cudahy, 25-12, 25-17, 25-23, on Sept. 20 to improve to 4-1 in Woodland Conference duals.

Ashley Markowiak collected 11 kills and five blocks, while Kim Ertl tallied 29 assists and Amanda Rosenwald 17 digs.

Whitnall also defeated Oak Creek, 21-25, 25-20, 26-24, 25-19, in a non-conference dual on Sept. 19 behind 14 kills from Markowiak, 25 assists by Ertl, three aces from Candace Pollock and 14 digs apiece by Rosenwald and Rachael Jaszczenski.

Greenfield boys soccer

Dusan Ogjanovic scored off a pass from David Castillo in the 29th minute as the Hustlin' Hawks beat Brown Deer, 1-0, on Sept. 19.

Goalkeeper Brett Szalaczinski made a crucial second-half save and had two saves for the game for the Hawks (3-3 in the Woodland Conference).

Greenfield also downed West Allis Central, 6-1, on Friday.

Central boys volleyball

The Bulldogs downed Waukesha South, 25-20, 21-25, 22-25, 25-18, 15-13, on Sept. 18.

Dominic Craig tallied 12 kills and eight digs and Josh Kopplin 11 kills, while Mike Brown posted 14 assists and Rayshaun Carter three blocks.

Central then lost to Wauwatosa East, 25-6, 25-19, 25-21, on Sept. 19 despite eight kills from Kopplin, 14 assists by Brown and eight digs from Craig.

Whitnall girls tennis

With 6-1 scores, the Falcons downed both South Milwaukee on Sept. 19 and Brown Deer on Sept. 17.

Winning in both matches were Lizzy Menden at second singles, Claudia Cammack at third singles, Sonia Garcia at fourth singles, Krista Stribling and Ann Marie Bay at first doubles, Kari Stollenwerk and Emily Lepkowski at second doubles and Hannah Cammack and Carly Wagner at third doubles.

Whitnall then lost a 5-2 dual to Greendale on Sept. 20 as Menden and Garcia won their matches.

Hale girls volleyball

Winning close matches continues to be the Huskies' goal.

They dropped a 25-16, 22-25, 25-14, 24-26, 20-18 dual to Brookfield East on Sept. 18 despite 11 kills each by Jamie Supple, Rachel Milani and Marlee Freitag, 12 blocks from Milani, 24 digs from Natalie Carr, 34 assists by Caitlin Kantowski and two aces from Freitag.

Hale finished 20th in the West Bend East Invitational on Saturday, going 1-6 in matches. Milani totaled 36 kills and Supple 31, while Supple had 71 digs and Carr 64 digs, Kantowski 82 assists, Milani 23 blocks and Freitag four aces.

Whitnall boys soccer

Goaltender Max Schwarz made four saves to help the Falcons down Brown Deer, 4-1, in a Woodland Conference game on Sept. 17.

The Falcons then lost to Pewaukee, 6-0, on Sept. 19.

Central girls volleyball

The Bulldogs lost, 25-9, 25-18, 25-12, to Brookfield Central on Sept. 18.

Rachel Sura topped Central in kills with three and Melissa Smith had five aces, five assists and seven digs.

The Bulldogs finished fifth in Saturday's Racine Park Invitational, going 2-4. Sura totaled 20 kills and Mary Martens 16 kills, while Emily Villafuentes led in digs with 47, followed by Smith with 37. Smith also had 66 assists and nine aces.

Head coach Bob Staskunas also praised Tammy Murszewski, Emma Somppi and Amber Wegner for their play.

Hale girls cross country

Without their top two runners, the Huskies came in 14th with 341 points at Saturday's Muskego Invitational.

Madison Mihaljevic led Hale with 22nd in 16 minutes, 7 seconds, a personal best by 44 seconds. Her time was the second-best for a freshman in school history and the 14th best overall.

Alyssa Drajkowski was 58th (16:54), Elizabeth Elliott 74th (17:11), Caroline Daniels 94th (17:43), all season bests. Emily Zelten finished 100th (18:21), Dana Pomerenke 106th (18:38) and Cassie Whittier 110th (19:04).

Central boys cross country

The Bulldogs placed 16th of 25 schools in the Kettle Moraine Laser Relays on Saturday.

Tyler Miletti took 12th in 16 minutes, 53 seconds, while Josh Ostrenga was 99th (18:48), Josh Boeder 123rd (19:33), Freddy Birchbauer 124th (19:34), Ruslan Steinenger 130th (19:45), Collin Borazo 136th (20:08) and Jack Rindahl 143rd (20:34).

Central girls cross country

The Bulldogs placed 17th in the Muskego Invitational on Saturday with 472 points.

Katie Wardinski finished 51st in 16 minutes, 49 seconds, followed by Alex Jonas in 79th (17:25), Amanda Cieslinski 113th (21:34), Kirsten Donnerbauer 114th (22:14), Hanna Pfister 115th (22:20) and Dana Batchelor 116th (24:12).

West Allis swimming

The Wave tallied 91 points for sixth place in the Greater Metro Conference Relays on Sept. 20.

Taking sixth were Jamie Trapp, Brianna Kulas, Paulina Fortis and Tara Kelley in the 200 freestyle (2 minutes, 7.15 seconds); Larissa Mickelson, Cortney Wery, Jessica Drews and Kulas in the 400 medley (5:24.3); Drews, Sydney Jewell, Fortis and Brittany House in the 400 individual medley (5:43.34); Amber Kupferschmidt, Jessa Meier, Trapp and Mickelson in the 800 freestyle (11:09.06); Drews, Jewell, Nikki Pegarsch and Mickelson in the 300 backstroke (4:11.44); Kelley, Trapp, Victoria Storch and Wery in the 300 breaststroke (4:30.39); Kelley, Kulas, House and Fortis in the 500 freestyle (6:21.68); and the divers (243.35 points).

Greenfield girls swimming

The Hustlin' Hawks scored 76 points for 13th place in the Woodland Conference Relays on Sept. 19.

The 300 breaststroke team of Hope Gueller, Kari Krizan, Sydney Fricker and Brook Charles took seventh in 4 minutes, 4.8 seconds.

The 200 freestyle unit of Amber Inman, Lexie Kirkpatrick, Kristina Nguyen and Fricker was eighth (2:03.87).

Whitnall cross country

The Falcons girls tallied 667 points for 26th place in the large Midwest Invitational at Janesville on Saturday.

Jasmine Van Tine took 108th place in 16 minutes, 38 seconds, while Kim Hurst was 117th (16:43), Alyssa Woo 136th (16:55), Jennifer Bahling 149th (17:03), Lauren Lent 157th (17:08) and Mika Topitzes 215th (18:24).

The boys were 37th with 1,022 points as Alex Richardson ran 156th (18:01), Seth Nowak 196th (18:32), Austin Hurst 222nd (18:54), Shane Murphy 223rd (18:55), Paul Howard 225th (19:04), Tyler Nape 233rd (19:21) and Blake Stencil 249th (20:09).

Central boys soccer

Mike Manlick tallied the lone goal in a 6-1 loss to Greenfield on Friday night for the Bulldogs, who also lost to Marquette, 11-0, on Sept. 18.

Greenfield/Whitnall boys volleyball

The Raptors lost a 25-12, 25-20, 25-14 dual to Pius XI on Sept. 19.

Skylar Czaplewski tallied six kills, Kurt Storvik 14 assists and Kyle Hanneken six digs for Greenfield/Whitnall.

Hale boys volleyball

The Huskies fell to Brookfield East, 25-18, 25-14, 25-16, on Sept. 20.

Parker Voller totaled nine kills, Savaughn Boston 17 assists and Zach Bohmann seven digs for Hale.

Greenfield girls tennis

The first doubles team of Jodi Allison and My Nguyen won, 1-6, 6-4, 6-3, for the Hustlin' Hawks' lone victory in a 6-1 loss to New Berlin West on Sept. 20 in a Woodland Conference crossover dual.

West Allis girls tennis

The team fell to powerhouse Divine Savior Holy Angels, 7-0, in a Greater Metro Conference dual on Sept. 19.

- Compiled by John Rech



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