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SportsShorts: June 3

Whitnall’s Andrew Dundas returns a serve during his WIAA Division 1 Boys Individual State Tennis Tournament match in Nielsen Tennis Stadium on May 30. Dundas dropped his opener to Jake Diesler of Mukwonago to see his season end at 23-4.

Whitnall’s Andrew Dundas returns a serve during his WIAA Division 1 Boys Individual State Tennis Tournament match in Nielsen Tennis Stadium on May 30. Dundas dropped his opener to Jake Diesler of Mukwonago to see his season end at 23-4. Photo By Peter Zuzga

June 3, 2013

WHITNALL BOYS TENNIS

Andrew Dundas had a short run in the WIAA Division 1 State Individual Tournament last week.

The senior carried a 23-3 record into the competition but lost his opener to Jake Diesler of Mukwonago (13-3) by a 6-0, 6-1 count May 30 in Madison.

Dundas and Shane Murphy are the only seniors who were part of the regular varsity lineup this season.

GREENFIELD BOYS TENNIS

Kerby Vargas dropped his first match in the WIAA Division 1 State Individual Tournament last weekend in Madison.

Vargas, a junior who was 14-9, fell to Augie Badura of Oconomowoc (24-10) by a 6-1, 6-4 score May 30.

HALE GIRLS SOCCER

Ashley Weiss tallied a pair of goals and Marissa Rechlicz one goal as the Huskies tipped South Milwaukee 3-2 in double overtime in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal game May 30.

Delaney Mielke, Sara Werner and Ashley Phillips each posted assists and goalkeeper Samantha Held made four saves in the contest.

The victory sent the Huskies into a regional title game Saturday against top seed Brookfield Central, and they lost 7-1 to see their season come to an end.

That was actually their second loss to the Lancers in a week, as they dropped a makeup Greater Metro Conference game by a 9-0 count May 28 despite 12 saves by Held.

The Huskies lose 12 seniors in Weiss, Werner, Cali Hagen, Abigail Kugland, Alyssa Martinez, Dana Peters, Taylor Schneider, Alyssa Drajkowski, Elizabeth Elliot, Emily Zelton, Emma Idzikowski and Marissa Erdmann.

CENTRAL GIRLS SOCCER

Erminia Garcia tallied three times as the Bulldogs blanked Milwaukee Riverside 3-0 May 28.

Garcia was assisted by Sue Pawamoto on one goal and Rachel Sura on the other.

Central fell to Franklin 10-0 in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal game May 30, ending its season.

The Bulldogs, who posted five victories this season, have only one senior in goalkeeper Desiree Puschnig.

HALE BOYS GOLF

The Huskies did not qualify anyone for the WIAA Division 1 State Meet held earlier this week in Verona.

John Zilles led the team in a sectional May 28 at Wanaki with an 80, which tied him for 22nd place individually.

"John was a good leader and led the team with a 41.6 average," head coach Dan Mroczenski said.

Derrick Oleson fired a 92 for 46th place and Arthur Arena a 94 for 47th.

"I had hoped to have a little better season," Mroczenski said, "but we did show some signs of improvement."

Zilles, Arena, Danny Lemanske and Taylor Manz are the seniors, but Oleson, a sophomore, will lead next season's returnees.

"We have a good sophomore class and a few juniors returning, so we are hoping for a couple of good years coming up," the coach said.

WHITNALL BOYS GOLF

The Falcons certainly showed some team consistency in a WIAA Division 1 regional meet May 28 at Brighton Dale Links.

The three qualifiers, Mitch Molbeck, Clayton Anderson and John Caron, all fired an 84 to share 17th place with three other players.

That put them five shots out of the final individual qualifying spot for the state meet, which was held earlier this week.

All three are seniors, so the Falcons will have some rebuilding to do next season.

HALE SOFTBALL

Nemesis Menomonee Falls ended the Huskies' season with a 9-1 victory in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal game May 29.

Hale managed just five hits, with Jenny Schmidt tallying two and Jessica Knurowski, Rachel Seefeldt and Melanie Miller each one.

The Huskies lost to Falls three times this season.

Hale loses three seniors in Knurowski, Schmidt and Seefeldt, who have been among the team's leading hitters in the past few seasons.

GREENFIELD SOFTBALL

The Hustlin' Hawks managed just one hit — a single from Kristin Kaifesh — in losing 9-0 to powerful Kenosha Bradford in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal game May 28.

Neither one of Greenfield's talented freshman pitchers, Bella Matthias or Kaylan Biersack, could stop the Red Devils, who went on to win the sectional and advance to state with a 5-0 victory over Racine Case on May 30.

The Hawks won 20 games this season, a huge improvement from last year's nine victories. Randi Fennig is their lone senior.

WHITNALL GIRLS SOCCER

The 2013 season ended for the Falcons with a 4-0 home loss to Waukesha South in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal contest May 30.

Whitnall loses a number of seniors, including leading scorer Ashley Markowiak.

GREENFIELD GIRLS SOCCER

The Hustlin' Hawks were shut out by Monona Grove 3-0 May 30 in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal game.

Although the victory total did not rise by that much, Greenfield showed signs of improvement this season.

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