The Bulldogs' season came to a quiet end with a 44-0 loss to Brookfield East on Friday night.
Quarterback Will Konecny threw for 48 yards as Central fell to the WIAA playoff-bound Spartans.
Jason Alvarez led the rushing game with 45 yards and Aaron Leon-Tobar caught three passes for 26 yards for the Bulldogs, who finished 0-7 in the Greater Metro Conference and 0-9 overall.
WHITNALL BOYS SOCCER
The best season for the Falcons in 10 years ended with a 4-1 loss to Whitefish Bay in a WIAA Division 1 regional championship game on Oct. 17.
Whitnall fell behind the top-seeded Blue Dukes early but Matthew Pook took a pass from Cade Dombrowski and connected to tie the game at 1-1 in the first half.
Bay tallied just 30 seconds into the second half and scored again 10 minutes later to go up 3-1.
Whitnall had advanced with a 2-1 triumph over Nicolet on Oct. 15. After a scoreless first half, Joey Schauer tallied for a 1-0 advantage.
Nicolet tied it but with four minutes left, Petar Miskov connected from 18 yards out, assisted by Dombrowski. Goaltender Max Schwarz finished with three saves.
The Falcons wound up 13-4-1 for their best record in 10 seasons. They finished third in the Woodland Conference.
Whitnall loses seniors Miskov, Pook, Schwarz, Bryan Domitrz, Chris Kelnhofer, Paul Howard, Joe Kubenik, Joe Price and Gino Mueller.
CENTRAL BOYS SOCCER
The Bulldogs tallied four goals but still fell to second seed Sun Prairie 8-4 in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal game on Oct. 15.
Scoring were Mike Manlick with two goals and Daniel Gaytan and Jack McCutchin with one apiece.
Central finished with six victories, its highest total in recent seasons, and had four players who earned academic all-Greater Metro Conference honors in Eric Owens, Manlick, Matt Medcalf and Estaban Barajas.
HALE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
After a disappointing quarterfinal loss to Brookfield Central, the Huskies rallied to win two matches on Saturday and claim fifth place in the Greater Metro Conference Tournament.
Hale fell to Central 25-20, 25-22, 26-28, 25-14, on Oct. 17 despite 12 kills and three blocks from Rebecca Kuske, 28 assists by Cassie Luttinen and 27 digs by Natalie Carr. The Huskies had beaten the Lancers in regular-season play.
Hale downed West Allis Central 25-12, 25-12, 25-22 in a consolation semifinal, then dropped Sussex Hamilton 25-17, 25-12, 25-23 in the fifth-place match.
Jaime Supple collected 19 kills on the day, while Kuske totaled 10 blocks, Carr 44 digs, Luttinen 34 assists and Taylor Supple 12 service aces.
The Huskies tipped Wauwatosa East 19-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-16, 15-10 in a GMC dual on Oct. 15 behind 17 kills, 34 digs and four aces from Jaime Supple, 26 assists and four aces from Luttinen and seven blocks by Kuske.
Hale begins WIAA Division 1 regional play at home against West Allis Central at 7 p.m. Oct. 24.
CENTRAL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
The Bulldogs downed Wauwatosa East 25-15, 25-22, 23-25, 17-25, 15-7, to take seventh place in the Greater Metro Conference Tournament on Saturday.
Taylor Matysik led in serving and Amber Wegner topped the team in digs, while Gabby Coto-Valentin and Ann Marie Kaczmarowski played well in the front row, head coach Bob Staskunas said.
Central fell to top seed Menomonee Falls 25-18, 25-19, 25-15, in the first round on Oct. 17, then lost to West Allis Hale 25-12, 25-12, 25-22 in a consolation semifinal. Angela Reyes led in blocks against Hale, while Rachel Sura was the leader in kills and Caitlin Schmidt in serving.
The Bulldogs fell to Brookfield Central 25-15, 25-14, 25-14, in a GMC dual on Oct. 15. Matysik led them in setting, Mary Martens in kills and Tammy Muraszewski in blocks.
Central begins WIAA Division 1 regional action by visiting West Allis Hale at 7 p.m. Oct. 24.
HALE GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Behind a number of personal-best times, the Huskies finished fifth in the Greater Metro Conference Meet Saturday at Greenfield Park, scoring 112 points.
Ellie Probst took ninth in 15 minutes, 54 seconds, earning second-team all-conference honors.
Madison Mihaljevic ran 22nd (16:38) and April Koshen 24th (16:40), as both received third-team all-GMC.
Caroline Daniels placed 28th (16:51), Jenna Freund 29th (16:51), Grace Kusik 40th (17:17) and Dana Pomerenke 49th (18:01).
Counting varsity and junior varsity, the Huskies had 16 of 21 girls run season or personal bests, head coach Terry Labinski said.
HALE BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
An off day relegated the Huskies to fifth place with 114 points in the Greater Metro Conference Meet at Greenfield Park on Saturday.
Hale had won its previous three meets, but that momentum did not carry over to the conference test.
"Going in, we figured we could run well and place anywhere from second to sixth," head coach Ron Kurtz said. "As it turns out, we did not have our 'A' game."
Dan Nelson ran sixth with 16 minutes, 46 seconds to gain first-team all-conference. Tony Lozano took 10th (17:08) to make the second team.
Alec Krause placed 30th (17:36), Bailey Keune 32nd (17:41), Alex Elliott 36th (17:55), scoring for the first time in his career, Kevin Reed 53rd (18:27), Aaron Wojtysiak 54th (18:30) and Tim Ebben 58th (18:42).
CENTRAL GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
The Bulldogs tallied 236 points for eighth place in Saturday's Greater Metro Conference Meet at Greenfield Park.
Katie Wardinski placed 15th in 16 minutes, 8 seconds to earn second-team all-conference honors.
"This was not Katie's strongest race of the season, but she still ran solidly," head coach Mark Klobukowski said.
Amanda Cieslinski took 50th (personal-best 18:14) in what Klobukowski said was her best race of the season.
Alex Jonas snared 56th (19:08), Becky Schwindt 57th (19:08), Hanna Pfister 58th (personal-best 19:45), Kirsten Donnerbauer 59th (19:50) and Kristen Walters 60th (20:05).
CENTRAL BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Placing eight runners under 20 minutes, the Bulldogs tallied 243 points for eighth place in the Greater Metro Conference Meet on Saturday at Greenfield Park.
Ryan Twaroski came in 39th at 18 minutes, 2 seconds, followed by Enrico Andrilli 44th (18:09), Collin Borazo 51st (18:24), Ruslan Steininger 52nd (18:26), Jack Rindahl 57th (18:36), Kevin Baier 61st (19:27), Joey Kleist 62nd (19:39) and Joshua Ostrenga 63rd (19:44).
"For our program to have 10 runners under 20 minutes is a real positive step forward," head coach David Rudey said. "Ryan really has been a strong leader and Enrico continues to improve."
GREENFIELD BOYS SOCCER
The season ended for the Hustlin' Hawks with a 3-1 loss to Milwaukee South in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal contest on Oct. 15.
HALE BOYS SOCCER
The Huskies dropped a 1-0 decision to Mukwonago in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal game on Oct. 15.
Hale posted an 11-9-1 record for the season.
The team leader in goals was Alex Sykes with 14. He now has 31 goals in his first two varsity seasons.
WHITNALL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
The Falcons had the top seed in pool play in Woodland Conference Tournament action on Oct. 17 but finished second.
They beat South Milwaukee 25-8, 25-10 but fell to New Berlin Eisenhower 25-10, 25-8.
Whitnall opened WIAA Division 2 regional action Oct. 22. If the Falcons won, they would likely visit Eisenhower for a regional semifinal at 7 p.m Oct. 24.
WEST ALLIS GIRLS SWIMMING
A number of girls set personal bests in a 142-43 dual meet loss to Brookfield East on Oct. 17.
They included Cortney Wery in the 50-yard freestyle with 29.51 seconds, placing third, and the 100 breaststroke at 1 minute, 25.97 seconds; Katelyn Kurtz in the 200 individual medley (2:46.73) and 100 backstroke (1:16.93); Erin Applegate in the 200 IM (2:53.69) and 100 backstroke (1:19.13); Tara Kelley in the 100 breaststroke (1:28.51) and 100 freestyle (1:05.53); Jamie Trapp in the 100 breaststroke (1:30.3) and 100 butterfly (1:30.35); and Jess Drews in the 100 freestyle (1:03.95).
In diving, Morgan Ziolecki was second (181.4 points), Cierra DuFay third (175.35) and Natalie Edge-Krueger fourth (130.25).
The Wave took sixth with 197 1/2 points in Saturday's South Side Sprints. Taking sixth were Drews in the 100 freestyle (1:03.74) and the 200 freestyle relay team of Nikki Pegarsch, Kurtz, Wery and Drews (2:00.96).
Kelley took eighth in the 100 freestyle (1:04.06) and ninth in the 100 IM (personal-best 1:16.31).
Ziolecki was second in diving (288.85), DuFay fifth (267.45) and Sarah Zakzesky 15th.
GREENFIELD/WHITNALL BOYS VOLLEYBALL
The Raptors tipped Greendale 25-23, 17-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-13, in a Woodland Conference dual on Oct. 16.
CENTRAL BOYS VOLLEYBALL
Despite seven kills by Ryan Wisch and 14 assists from Lucky Yang, the Bulldogs fell to Brookfield East 25-14, 25-12, 25-10 in a Greater Metro Conference dual on Oct. 16.
Dmitro Zelenyuk collected five blocks and Dan Doyle four digs for Central.
HALE BOYS VOLLEYBALL
Parker Voller's six kills and Timothy Cha's eight assists and three digs were not enough to prevent a 25-17, 25-8, 25-15 loss to Marquette on Oct. 16 in Greater Metro Conference play.
— Compiled by John Rech
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