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Sport Shorts: May 22

Greenfield's Dana Schwab (right) tangles with New Berlin West's Morgan Henrichs earlier this season. Schwab scored four goals as the Hustlin’ Hawks topped Cudahy/St. Francis 8-1 on Thursday, May 15.

Greenfield's Dana Schwab (right) tangles with New Berlin West's Morgan Henrichs earlier this season. Schwab scored four goals as the Hustlin’ Hawks topped Cudahy/St. Francis 8-1 on Thursday, May 15. Photo By C.T. Kruger

May 20, 2014

GREENFIELD SOFTBALL

Maintaining their share of first place in the Woodland Conference East Division, the Hustlin' Hawks blew past their foes in commanding fashion last week.

They shut out Brown Deer 18-0 on May 16 as Bella Matthias hurled a one-hitter and struck out 14. Sara Kassel went 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles and seven runs batted in, while Matthias had three hits and five RBIs and Samantha Weber two hits and two RBIs.

Greenfield blanked Shorewood twice, 12-0 and 16-0, on May 15. In the first game, Kassel and Matthias each had two hits and two RBIs and Kayla Culbertson two hits. Matthias struck out nine in five innings.

In the nightcap, Culbertson, Weber and Matthias each drove in three runs and Kassel collected four hits and an RBI. Hannah Rios and Alisia Newport each had two hits. Matthias fanned 12 hitters.

The Hawks topped St. Francis 8-2 on May 14 as Matthias allowed two hits and struck out 10. Culbertson and Rios each had two hits.

Greenfield came into this week at 9-1 in the division, ahead of South Milwaukee (8-1) and Whitnall (9-2).

WHITNALL GIRLS SOCCER

Mary Gaggioli, Lauren McKeown and Jacqi Kitten all scored in the second half as the Falcons topped South Milwaukee 3-1 on May 13.

Whitnall fell to Wauwatosa West 2-0 on May 15 despite goalkeeper Ann Marie Bay posting a shutout in the second half.

The Falcons blanked St. Thomas More 2-0 on May 16 as Bay tossed a shutout despite playing with what turned out to be a broken hand. Kitten and Shannon Glass scored, with assists from Gaggioli and Katie Schauer.

Whitnall improved to 7-5-2 overall and 3-2-2 in the Woodland Conference.

HALE BOYS GOLF

The Huskies placed sixth with 188 strokes in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet at North Hills Country Club last week.

Andrew Riedel shot a 43, Derrick Oleson 45, Eric Petoskey 49 and Devin Unger and Dane Ulik each 51 in the meet which was suspended on May 12 and finished on May 16.

WHITNALL SOFTBALL

The Falcons enjoyed a 4-0 week, including a 12-2 romp over New Berlin Eisenhower on May 13 for their first victory over the Lions in at least six seasons.

Whitnall tallied eight runs in the first inning, including a grand slam by Lara Stachowski. Liz Thon later belted a two-run homer in the sixth.

Alex Cimler got the victory, working six innings and allowing six hits with six strikeouts.

The Falcons downed Cudahy 7-0 on May 14, with Cimler and Stachowski combining to allow five hits. Stachowski had a three-run triple.

Whitnall topped Shorewood 18-1 and 15-0 on May 16. In game one, Sarah Bauer tossed a no-hitter with seven strikeouts. Sydney Opdahl totaled four hits and five runs batted in, while Sierra Grubor tallied two hits and two RBIs and Thon three hits and two RBIs.

In the nightcap, Valeri Nowak and Grubor teamed to allow three hits. Grubor went 4-for-4 and Opdahl 5-for-5 with five RBIs. Thon had four hits, while Nowak, Alex Goudy and Krista Stribling tallied three hits each and Renee Caron two.

Whitnall improved to 21-3 and will close out Woodland Conference play this week. The Falcons will begin WIAA Division 2 regional action at home on Tuesday, May 27.

WHITNALL BOYS TENNIS

The Falcons downed New Berlin West 6-1 in a Woodland Conference dual on May 13.

Winning matches were Matt Pook, Chris Kelnhofer and Cam Clark in singles and the doubles teams of Josh Damro/Mike Langenohl, Todd Marino/Brian Weidenfeller and Joe Price/Kevin Hodkiewicz.

The Falcons lost 7-0 to Greendale on May 15 in the Woodland crossover match.

They then tallied 20 points for third place in the Hartford/Slinger Invitational on May 17.

HALE SOFTBALL

The Huskies swept Wauwatosa East 12-4 on May 16 and 7-1 on May 15 in Greater Metro Conference play.

On May 16, Sarah Mueller went 3-for-4 with a home run and drove in three runs, while Teara Morgenroth and Taylor Supple each had three hits and Lexi Savedge, Julie Palesse and Julie Hensel two apiece.

Mueller tossed a three-hitter with eight strikeouts.

One day earlier, Mueller had two hits and two RBIs and allowed four hits on the mound.

Hale fell to Divine Savior Holy Angels 5-3 on May 12 despite two RBIs from Marissa Lehn.

GREENFIELD GIRLS SOCCER

The Hustlin' Hawks downed Cudahy/St. Francis 8-1 on May 15 in a Woodland Conference game.

Dana Schwab scored four goals, while Monica Guerrero, Esmeralda Sanchez, Collette Badora and Shareen Othman each added one goal for Greenfield. Badora also had two assists.

Greenfield fell to Pewaukee 8-0 on May 13 in another Woodland contest.

GREENFIELD BOYS TENNIS

The Hustlin' Hawks topped South Milwaukee 6-1 in a Woodland Conference dual meet on May 17.

Sirinithi Emkay and Petar Crognac won at first doubles 6-2, 7-6 (8-6).

Greenfield also beat Milwaukee Ronald Reagan 6-1 on May 14 as Kurt Storvik took a 6-4, 6-3 decision and Emkay and Crognac prevailed 6-1, 6-1.

The Hawks dropped a 6-1 decision to Wauwatosa West on May 15.

CENTRAL SOFTBALL

The Bulldogs fell to Divine Savior Holy Angels 5-2 on May 13.

Alison Drury pitched a complete game, Ally Treder collected a single and double, Mary Martens had two doubles and Kelsie Kraus threw out two runners trying to steal.

Head coach Joe Cascio said it was his team's best defensive game of the season.

Central then lost to Wauwatosa West 13-2 on May 16.

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