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Sports Shorts: May 15

West Allis‘ Enrico Arduini plays first singles against Wauwatosa East at Hale on May 8. Arduini won the first singles crown in the Pius XI Tournament on May 10.

West Allis‘ Enrico Arduini plays first singles against Wauwatosa East at Hale on May 8. Arduini won the first singles crown in the Pius XI Tournament on May 10. Photo By C.T. Kruger

May 13, 2014

WHITNALL BOYS TENNIS

Chris Kelnhofer at second singles and Cam Clark at third singles both claimed championships to boost the Falcons to the crown at the South Milwaukee Invitational on May 10.

Taking second were Noah Stemper at first singles and the first doubles team of Josh Damro and Michael Langenohl.

Finishing third were Todd Marino and Brian Weidenfeller at second doubles and Kevin Hodkiewicz and Michael Rummage at third doubles. Matt Pook finished fifth at fourth singles.

The Falcons tallied 32 points to edge Muskego with 31 points in the eight-team event.

Whitnall also won three Woodland Conference duals last week, beating New Berlin Eisenhower 4-3 on May 7, South Milwaukee 6-1 on May 6 and Greenfield 6-1 on May 5.

Winners against Eisenhower were Stemper, Pook, Kelnhofer and Clark. Winning against the Rockets were Stemper, Pook, Patrick Schinner at fourth singles, Damro/Langenohl, Marino/Weidenfeller and Joe Price/Hodkiewicz.

Prevailing against Greenfield were Stemper, Pook, Kelnhofer, Clark, Marino/Weidenfeller and Price/Hodkiewicz.

WEST ALLIS BOYS TENNIS

First singles player Enrico Arduini took first place in the Pius XI Tournament on May 10, topping Greenfield 6-0, 6-0; Cedarburg 6-2, 6-2; and Grafton 6-2, 6-0.

West Allis claimed a share of sixth place with nine points.

The team also lost three duals last week, falling 6-1 to Wauwatosa East on May 8, 4-3 to Racine Horlick on May 7 and 5-2 to Brookfield East's varsity reserve on May 6.

Arduini earned the lone victory against Tosa East and also posted a triumph against Brookfield East, along with James Barcelona.

Winners against Horlick were Arduini, Barcelona and the doubles team of Nathan Walder and Ben Mui.

WHITNALL GIRLS SOCCER

The Falcons won two of three games last week, with triumphs of 1-0 over Greenfield on May 6 and 1-0 over Oak Creek on May 9.

Sam Makowski tallied the lone goal against Greenfield, assisted by Nora Imperl.

Lena Marinkovich scored, assisted by Mary Gaggioli, to beat Oak Creek. Goaltender Ann Marie Bay posted her seventh shutout of the season.

The Falcons fell to Pewaukee 5-0 on May 8 in Woodland Conference play.

Whitnall (5-4-2 going into this week) is without midfielder Keally Dombrowski, who tore an anterior cruciate ligament last week.

"Keally was one of those girls who makes things work for us," head coach Robert Antholine said. "(This is) a hard loss."

HALE SOFTBALL

The Huskies had a competitive week, topping Divine Savior Holy Angels 1-0 on May 5 and staying with Greater Metro Conference leader Menomonee Falls before falling 6-5 on May 8.

Sarah Mueller pitched a complete game to beat DSHA, allowing two hits and striking out four. Brianna Bolskar drove in the lone run.

Against Falls, the Huskies led 4-0 and 5-2 but could not hold off the Indians. Bolskar drove in three runs, Melanie Miller had two hits and Mueller allowed seven hits with four strikeouts in six innings.

Hale fell to Greendale 7-2 on May 9 despite two hits, including a home run, from Miller and two hits by Julie Palesse.

WHITNALL BOYS GOLF

The Falcons took seventh place with 183 shots in a Woodland Conference mega-mini meet on May 7 at The Broadlands.

Tyler Merritt, Austin Jenk and Kyle Radavich all carded 44s.

Whitnall was fifth with 186 strokes in a Woodland mini-meet on May 6 at Naga-Waukee Park and sixth with 194 shots in another mini on May 8 at New Berlin Hills. Individual scores were not available.

The Falcons also took a share of 19th place with 382 strokes at the Kaz Invitational on May 10 at New Berlin Hills. Austin Brault and Radavich led the way.

CENTRAL GIRLS SOCCER

The Bulldogs tied Racine Park 2-2 in a non-conference contest on May 8 behind goals from Erminia Garcia and Maddy Unger.

Central held a 2-0 lead but Park tied it on a pair of penalty kicks.

The Bulldogs put on a strong effort but lost to Sussex Hamilton 5-0 on May 6.

"We only had 11 players and held a good team for long stretches," head coach Shondell Hernandez said. "Despite the score, it was probably one of our best performances."

Central fell to Martin Luther 8-1 on May 9 and lost starting goalkeeper Karina Chavez. Rachel Schneider tallied the lone goal.

CENTRAL BOYS TRACK

The Bulldogs finished eighth with 25 points in the Greater Metro Conference Relays on May 7.

Anthony Alioto, Josh Boeder and Jose Fuentes teamed to take third in the pole vault relay.

Taking fourth were the 4x100-meter team of Kion Criswell, Travis Rohrer, Ricky Newell and Erick Loria (45.25 seconds) and the 4x400 squad of Criswell, Rohrer, Ryan Twaroski and Devaughn Ross (3 minutes, 34.71 seconds).

Jeff Leflore, Andrew Cervantes-Kerwin and Matt Medcalf finished fifth in the shot put.

CENTRAL GIRLS TRACK

The Bulldogs tallied 13 points for eighth place in the Greater Metro Conference Relays on May 7.

Taking fifth were Selena Perez, Becky Schwindt and Dana Batchelor in the pole vault and Ella Schultz, Megan Turner and Mikayla Nelson in the shot put. Schultz posted the best individual toss with 34 feet-81/2 inches.

The 4x400-meter relay unit of Kirsten Donnerbauer, Coral Davis, Adaja Crossley and Katie Wardinski placed sixth (4 minutes, 32.79 seconds).

GREENFIELD BOYS TRACK

The 4x800-meter relay team and the 4x1,600 unit both finished second in the Woodland Conference Relays on May 6 at Pewaukee.

The 4x800 group ran in 8 minutes, 37.14 seconds and the 4x1,600 squad crossed in 19:42.6 for the Hustlin' Hawks, who came in 11th with 21 points. Individual names were not available.

Greenfield also competed in the Arrowhead Invitational on May 9, scoring 11 points for 16th place.

Robert Hopefl placed fourth in the long jump (19 feet-73/4 inches) and triple jump (41-7) for the Hawks.

GREENFIELD GIRLS TRACK

Tuyet Nguyen won the triple jump with 35 feet-41/4 inches for the Hustlin' Hawks in the Arrowhead Invitational on May 9.

Madison Kohl placed sixth in the 400-meter dash (1 minute, 2.57 seconds) and Nguyen was seventh in the long jump (15-4) and in the 100 hurdles (16.76 seconds) for Greenfield, which tallied 17 points for 16th place.

Greenfield was 11th with 12 points in the Woodland Conference Relays on May 6 at Pewaukee.

The Hustlin' Hawks came in fifth in the 4x200 sprint medley (2:00.11) and sixth in the 4x100 (53.67) and 4x1,600 race (26:32.21).

HALE BOYS GOLF

The Huskies took seventh place in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on May 5 at Westmoor Country Club.

Derrick Oleson fired a 45, Devin Unger and Tyler Adams 52 each and Eric Petoskey 55.

Hale dropped a 197-177 dual with New Berlin Eisenhower on May 9 at New Berlin Hills. Oleson shot 44, Dane Ulik 48, Unger 52, Andrew Riedel and Joey Genaw 53 and Jacob Schindelholz 58.

In the May 10 Kaz Invitational at New Berlin Hills, the Huskies wound up tied for 19th with 382 shots. Oleson carded an 87, Riedel 94, Ryan Petoskey 99, Unger 102 and Eric Petoskey 103.

"Derrick is playing steadily and improving," head coach Dan Mrozcenski said. "We need the rest of the guys to keep improving."

CENTRAL BOYS GOLF

The Bulldogs came in eighth in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on May 5 at Westmoor Country Club.

They totaled 211 strokes as Eric Owens shot a 45, Donovan Dykstra 53, Jared Welsch 54, Adam Schroeder 59 and Jason Welsch 60.

"Eric has been playing the best golf for the team and he continues to be competitive with his scores," head coach Jim Dunham said. "Jared has really started to figure his game out and is getting better every week. As a freshman, that is promising (for him)."

GREENFIELD BOYS GOLF

The Hustlin' Hawks placed sixth with 181 strokes in a Woodland Conference mega-mini meet on May 7 at The Broadlands.

They were fifth with 184 shots in a Woodland mini-meet on May 8 at New Berlin Hills and sixth with 194 shots in another mini on May 6 at Naga-Waukee Park.

No individual scores were available.

GREENFIELD GIRLS SOCCER

The Hustlin' Hawks fell 1-0 to Whitnall in a Woodland Conference contest on May 6.

They also lost to New Berlin Eisenhower 8-1 on May 8, with the lone goal coming from Dana Schwab.

GREENFIELD BOYS TENNIS

The doubles team of Peter Crognac and Shrindi Emkay won 6-3, 6-0 as the Hustlin' Hawks topped St. Francis 5-2 in a Woodland Conference dual on May 8.

HALE GIRLS SOCCER

The Huskies took fifth place at the Cudahy Invitational on May 10.

They downed Cudahy 4-0 in the fifth-place contest.

Hale lost 8-0 to powerful Brookfield Central on May 6 in a Greater Metro Conference game.

CENTRAL SOFTBALL

The Bulldogs dropped a 23-22 contest to Waukesha South on May 5, rallying from an early 16-3 deficit but coming up short.

Mary Martens had two hits and three runs batted in, while Caitlin Schmidt collected two hits.

Central fell to Menomonee Falls by a pair of 13-0 scores on May 7 and to Wauwatosa East 14-2 on May 8.

The Bulldogs also lost to Wauwatosa West 11-1 and Racine Park 14-6 in the Racine Quad on May 10.

— Compiled by John Rech

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