The Panther-Hawks claimed their third invitational title of the season at the Kenosha Bradford meet on Saturday, scoring 391 points to beat Racine Case's 354.5.
Jack Lennertz won the 100 butterfly (52.12 seconds) and the 100 freestyle (49.54), while Matt Jungers captured the 200 individual medley (1 minute, 59.68 seconds). Also winning were the 200 medley team of Jungers, Ross Rybakowicz, Lennertz and Shaun Fleischhacker (1:42.05) and the 400 freestyle unit of Andrew Staszak, Shaun Lucchesi, Jungers and Fleischhacker (3:28.27).
Taking second were Jungers in the 100 backstroke, Rybakowicz in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Staszak in the 500 freestyle and the 200 freestyle group of Adam Fleischhacker, Lennertz, Lucchesi and Rybakowicz.
Greenfield/Greendale also downed Wauwatosa, 103-83, in a Jan. 20 dual.
Facing top-level competition, the Falcons went 2-3 in their Zelinski Duals on Saturday.
They beat Stoughton, 42-36, and Marquette, 54-30, while losing to Hartford, 55-19; Kewaskum, 39-25; and Pewaukee, 37-20.
Kameron Bourgeois went 4-0 at 112 and 1-0 at 119 pounds, while Josh Langenohl was 3-0 at 215 and 2-0 at heavyweight. Ruben Garcia, Matt Price and Nathan Barnhart all finished 4-1. Garcia and Langenohl each posted three pins
West Allis Hale wrestling
The Huskies finished third in the gold division of the Tom Janssen Invitational at Wauwatosa West on Saturday.
Hale beat Wauwatosa, 56-12, in a qualifying round, then went 1-2 in the division, beating Wisconsin Lutheran, 43-32, and falling to Lake Geneva Badger, 50-13, and Manitowoc Lincoln, 41-25.
Posting 4-0 records were Jeremy Shimetz (heavyweight) and Scott Hancox (125 pounds), while Jack Allen was 3-0 (171), Tyler Tomczak 3-1 (152) and Daman Vallejo 3-1 (130).
Hale dropped a 55-16 Greater Metro Conference dual to Sussex Hamilton on Jan. 20.
Whitnall boys swimming
Nick Ratkowski participated in four first places as the Falcons routed Burlington, 101-59, on Jan. 20.
Ratkowski won the 50 freestyle in 24.84 seconds and the 100 freestyle with 1 minute, 5.3 seconds while swimming on the first-place 200 medley group with Jesse Hodel, Alex Bell and Nate Hinson (1:56.6) and the winning 400 freestyle unit with Ben Hinson, David Monteilh and Nate Hinson (3:57.19).
Also winning were Nate Hinson in the 100 butterfly (1:06.82) and Bell in the 100 breaststroke (1:13.56).
Taylor Wirtz and Andrew Krueger each won individual titles in the Highlander Invitational on Friday night.
Wirtz (18-6) prevailed at 130 pounds with a 4-0 mark, including an 8-5 championship decision over Logan Ballering of Oconomowoc.
Krueger (22-3) won five matches at 145 pounds, downing Adam Ruiz of New Berlin, 2-1, for the title.
Wahid Othman took fourth place at heavyweight, while Dominic Kroll was fifth at 135. Earning sixth were Eric Ostovich (119), Alec Adams (125) and Zach Stelse ( 215).
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