WHITNALL BOYS SOCCER
Victories over New Berlin Eisenhower on Oct. 9 and New Berlin West on Oct. 7 gave the Falcons a 12-4-1 record for the regular season.
Head coach Stevan Miskov said that is the best mark the team has had in over 10 years.
Whitnall tipped Eisenhower 1-0 on a goal from Petar Miskov, his 17th of the season. Cade Dombrowski had the assist.
Goaltender Max Schwarz came up with four saves in posting the shutout.
Miskov scored both goals in a 2-0 triumph over West, receiving an assist from Chris Kelnhofer.
The Falcons, who ended the regular season by winning six of seven, opened WIAA Division 1 regional play Oct. 15 against Nicolet.
If the Falcons won, they would likely take on top seed Whitefish Bay on the road Oct. 17.
Turnovers cost the Huskies dearly in a 24-23 overtime loss to Wauwatosa East on Friday night.
Hale rolled up 412 yards of offense, with quarterback Joe Jo Breznik passing for 200 yards, running for 79 more and scoring three touchdowns. Joe Werner rushed for 112 yards and Sam Michalski caught five passes for 70 yards.
All that was undone by five turnovers, including three inside the red zone.
"We jumped out to a 17-0 lead and from there, I believe we lost some focus," head coach Brandon Ehret said. "We turned the ball over five times and that cannot happen if you want to be successful."
Defensively, Jordan Riche led the way with 12 tackles, a forced fumble and fumble recovery and an interception. Tyler Millikin collected six tackles and an interception.
Hale (1-7 on the season) finishes up at home against Brookfield Central at 7 p.m. Oct. 17.
New Berlin West broke open a close game at the half to down the Hustlin' Hawks 48-26 on Friday night.
Joey Hannah kicked field goals of 31 and 33 yards and Weston Strasser hauled in a 45-yard scoring pass from quarterback Jeremy Swider as Greenfield stayed within 14-13 at the half.
The Vikings took a 34-13 lead before Xavier Copeland snared an 80-yard touchdown pass from Swider. West tallied again and Swider closed Greenfield's scoring with a 2-yard run.
Swider completed 8 of 17 passes for 186 yards, with Copeland catching two for 84 yards and Strasser two for 95. Tyler Dorfner paced the running game with 40 yards.
Joey Molla led the defense with six tackles.
Greenfield (3-5 overall) will take on Pius XI at 7 p.m. Oct. 17 at Wisconsin Lutheran College. A victory will give the Hawks a WIAA playoff berth.
Despite Will Konecny's 132 yards passing, the Bulldogs fell to Marquette 56-6 on Friday.
Konecny completed 15 of 28 passes for the game, with Aaron Leon-Tobar catching five for 28 yards, Darren Walker five for 45 and Jason Alvarez three for 46.
Central (0-8) actually led 6-0 after one quarter before the Hilltoppers tallied 49 points in the next two frames.
The Bulldogs visit Brookfield East at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 to close out the season.
GREENFIELD GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Jessie and Lizzy Kalous put on a successful sister act for the Hustlin' Hawks in a 27-25, 25-15, 29-27 triumph over Greendale on Oct. 10.
Both middle hitters collected 18 kills for the match as Greenfield completed a 9-0 run through the Woodland Conference.
"Once we got into the groove of passing, we were able to utilize Jessie and Lizzy a lot," head coach Britany Pfeifer said. "Both of them played really well offensively and defensively. It is fun to watch two sisters play the same position."
Luci Krenzke totaled 42 assists and six digs, while Lauren Bullock had 18 digs, Katarina Djurica 11 digs and Sam DeLeon five kills and nine digs.
Greenfield holds the top seed for this week's Woodland Tournament. The Hawks play in a preliminary pool today and the four winners from pool play advance to the semifinals and championship starting at 9 a.m. Oct. 19 at Greenfield.
"It is go time now until the end," Pfeifer said.
HALE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
The Huskies downed Sussex Hamilton 25-15, 25-15, 25-13 on Oct. 8.
Jaime Supple tallied eight kills and 13 assists, while Rebecca Kuske added eight kills, four blocks and two service aces and Natalie Carr 14 digs.
"This is probably the cleanest match we played all season," head coach Leng Sayaovong said.
The Huskies lost to Mukwonago 25-21, 25-17, 27-25 on Oct. 10 despite 11 kills from Supple, 18 digs by Carr, five blocks from Adrianna Pfeffer, 14 assists by Cassidy Luttinen and two aces from Taylor Supple.
They also fell to New Berlin West 25-17, 25-18, 25-8 on Oct. 9. Jaime Supple had seven kills, Carr 13 digs, Kuske four blocks and Luttinen 14 assists.
GREENFIELD GIRLS SWIMMING
Brooke Charles won and set a meet record in the 100-yard breaststroke with 1 minute, 13 seconds at the Watertown Invitational on Saturday.
Elisa Perez won the 500 freestyle with 5:27.21 and took second in the 200 freestyle. Claudia Kirkpatrick placed third in both the 200 and 100 freestyles.
Sydney Fricker came in sixth in the 100 breaststroke with a lifetime-best 1:22.55 to round out Greenfield's medal winners.
The Hustlin' Hawks tallied 164 points for fourth place in the meet.
Greenfield lost a Woodland Conference dual to Shorewood 111-71 on Oct. 9 but did win four individual events.
Kirkpatrick set a school record of 55.86 seconds in the 100 freestyle and Mariah Misko a new mark of 132.1 points in diving.
WHITNALL GIRLS SWIMMING
The Falcons beat St. Thomas More/St. Francis in a Woodland Conference dual meet on Oct. 9.
Winning individual events were Kristine Kasper in the 200 freestyle, Jill Kolasinski in the 50 freestyle, Lizzie Streim in the 100 butterfly, Shae Strom in the 500 freestyle, Ally Lepper in the 50 and 100 freestyles and the 200 medley relay team of Streim, Kolasinski, Jessie Lehmann and Abby Chiesa.
In a junior varsity meet Saturday, Whitnall divers did well with Laine Cieszynski first, Alyssa Doherty second and Brianna Owen eighth.
WHITNALL CROSS COUNTRY
With Alex Richardson running second in 16 minutes, 45 seconds, the boys came in third in the Westosha Central Invitational on Oct. 10 with 82 points.
Seth Nowak took eighth (17:44), Matt Paraszynski 11th (17:59), Tyler Nape 17th (18:12), Alex Meyers 57th (19:55), Chris Blanco 75th (20:25), Matt Wigington 76th (20:30) and Milan Djukic 78th (20:33).
The girls squad tallied 121 points for fifth place. Jasmine Van Tine ran sixth (16:35), Kim Hurst 16th (17:12), Alyssa Woo 25th (17:46), Lily Zablocki 53rd (19:44), Emily King 59th (19:58), Neve Kronhelm 86th (20:56), Renee Caron 87th (20:59) and Brooke Berglund 94th (21:18).
HALE, CENTRAL BOYS VOLLEYBALL
The Huskies topped the Bulldogs 25-15, 25-16, 25-22, on Oct. 9.
Parker Voller tallied 12 kills and nine service aces for Hale, while Timothy Cha contributed 23 assists and Raymond Miller four blocks.
For Central, Josh Kopplin collected five kills, Lucky Yang 12 assists, Sam Reinhardt three blocks and Dan Doyle seven digs.
Hale fell to Wauwatosa West three games to one in a non-conference dual on Oct. 7 despite eight kills, three aces and three blocks from Voller and 22 assists by Cha.
GREENFIELD BOYS SOCCER
The Hustlin' Hawks took on two of the better teams in the Woodland Conference last week and lost to both.
They fell to Wauwatosa West 2-1 on Oct. 9. Zach Szalacinski tallied with an assist from Matt Defatte for the lone goal.
The game was tied at 1-1 until the Trojans connected on a corner kick with less than a minute left.
The Hustlin' Hawks also fell to Shorewood 3-0 on Oct. 7 after being tied 0-0 at the half.
"We looked much improved, compared to last week," head coach Matt Ortloff said.
Greenfield opened WIAA Division 1 play Oct. 15. If the Hawks won, they will play top seed Marquette on Oct. 17.
CENTRAL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
The Bulldogs fell in three games to Divine Savior Holy Angels on Oct. 8.
Ann Marie Kaczmarowski led in hitting and Carly Weigel in assists. Head coach Bob Staskunas also praised Rachel Sura and Caitlin Schmidt for their play.
Central went 1-3 at Saturday's Arrowhead Invitational, losing to Franklin, Oshkosh West and Grafton and beating Parkview 25-18, 25-23.
Amber Wegner led in digs and Sura and Emily Krenz in blocking. Sara Breuning played well as a spot starter, Staskunas said.
WEST ALLIS GIRLS SWIMMING
The Wave lost a 138-47 dual meet to Wauwatosa East on Oct. 10.
Sydney Jewell took second in the 100-yard butterfly with 1 minute, 26.17 seconds, while Nikki Pegarsch set a personal best in the 100 freestyle with 1:07.96, coming in third.
In diving, Morgan Ziolecki took second with 172.3 points, Cierra DuFay third at 164.75 and Krista Narloch fifth 122.95.
WHITNALL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
The Falcons fell to Greendale 25-17, 25-11, 25-16, in a Woodland Conference dual on Oct. 8.
Lauren Ray collected five kills and 12 assists, while Kim Ertl totaled 11 digs and Kendall Stribling three blocks.
WHITNALL GIRLS TENNIS
The Falcons advanced no players through an Oct. 7 sub-sectional at New Berlin Eisenhower.
They did score four points for sixth place in the rugged field, which included Divine Savior Holy Angels, Brookfield Central and Brookfield East.
GREENFIELD GIRLS TENNIS
The Hustlin' Hawks tallied two points in an Oct. 7 sub-sectional on their home courts.
Their season ended with the meet, as no one advanced to sectional play.
WEST ALLIS GIRLS TENNIS
The combined team scored no points in a sub-sectional meet on Oct. 7 at New Berlin Eisenhower.
The season ended with no one advancing to sectional play.
GREENFIELD/WHITNALL BOYS VOLLEYBALL
The Raptors lost to South Milwaukee three games to one on Oct. 9.
Skyler Czaplewski totaled 17 kills for Greenfield/Whitnall.
— Compiled by John Rech
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