West Allis Hale goes unbeaten in Cudahy Tournament
Huskies also down Wisconsin Lutheran
Posting two ties and one victory, the West Allis Hale girls soccer team finished unbeaten in a Saturday tournament at Cudahy.
The Huskies blanked Cudahy 3-0 in the final game of the day behind three goals from Samantha Schuh.
"With many of our regular varsity girls at prom, we had to bring up seven junior varsity players," head coach Brent Behnke said, "and they all did exceptionally well."
Hale played to a 1-1 tie with Dominican on Saturday morning as Delaney Mielke scored with an assist from Schuh.
In the first game of the tournament, the Huskies tied St. Thomas More 1-1 behind a goal from Marissa Rechlicz, assisted by Ashley Weiss.
The Huskies also tipped Wisconsin Lutheran 1-0 May 9 in their senior night. Mielke scored the lone goal, assisted by Rechlicz.
"It is always good to win on senior night," Behnke said. "We graduate a lot of exceptional student athletes this year — 14 all together."
Hale dropped a 9-0 decision to Wauwatosa East in Greater Metro Conference action May 7.
In other local action last week, West Allis Central and Whitnall each split two contests.
The Bulldogs nipped Milwaukee Hamilton 1-0 in overtime May 9. Leading scorer Erminia Garcia latched onto a loose ball in the box and blasted a shot past the Hamilton goalkeeper's hands.
"We felt we should have won it in regulation, having missed two glaring chances," head coach Shon Hernandez said.
That was bad news for the Wildcats, as Central improved to 2-0-1 in extra sessions this season. The Bulldogs moved to 3-5-1 going into this week.
They fell 10-0 to Divine Savior Holy Angels on May 7 despite 11 saves from goaltender Desiree Puschnig.
The Falcons whitewashed Cudahy 3-0 May 7 as Tina Gaggioli, Sam Makowski and Ashley Markowiak each scored in the second half.
Goalkeeper Rachael Shulta did not have to make a save.
Whitnall lost to New Berlin Eisenhower 5-1 May 9 as Markowiak tallied the lone goal. She now has five for the season for the Falcons, who came into this week at 4-4 in the Woodland Conference.
Wauwatosa East blanked the Falcons 5-0 Friday.
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