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Sports Wrapups: May 15

May 15, 2012

Hale girls track

Kathy O'Hara and Erin Barbeau tied for second place in the pole vault at the West Allis Hale Invitational on Friday night, both with 9 feet, 6 inches.

Also taking second for the Huskies were Ellie Probst in the 800-meter run (2 minutes, 25.45 seconds) and Elizabeth Brunner in the high jump (4-10).

Claiming third were Stephanie Streicher in the 200 dash (28.29 seconds) and Brunner in the triple jump (32-8), and coming in fourth were April Koshen in the 1,600 run (5:51.36) and the 400 relay unit (54.85).

The Huskies tallied 90½ points for fourth place.

Central girls track

Nicole Larson finished first once again this season in the pole vault, but this time, she had some company at the top.

In the West Allis Hale Invitational on Friday, Larson won the pole vault with 10 feet, 6 inches and Andria Tyner prevailed in the discus at 108-5 for the Bulldogs, who finished fifth with 89 points.

Taking second were Daniella Silva in the 100-meter hurdles (18.4 seconds) and Raqual Coto-Valentin in the discus (98-5). Claiming third were Dana Batchelor in the 300 hurdles (51.89), Coto-Valentin in the shot put (33-3½) and the 1,600 relay team (4 minutes, 21.45 seconds).

Capturing fourth were Nicole Barbian in the shot put (33-2) and the 800 relay unit (1:55.86).

Whitnall boys track

Alex Richardson took the runnerup spot in the 1,600-meter run at 4 minutes, 39.51 seconds and Brian Beal did the same in the 300 hurdles with 42.97 seconds in the West Allis Hale Invitational on Friday.

Whitnall was also second in the 1,600 relay (3:31.6).

Finishing third were Patrick Wyrowski in the 1,500 steeplechase (5:22.47), Mitch Olson in the 400 dash (54.06 seconds), Greg Stribling in the 200 dash (24.21), Luke Rutowski in the high jump (5 feet, 8 inches) and the 400 throwers' relay (52.95).

The Falcons tallied 90 points for sixth place.

Whitnall also finished sixth in the Richmond/Erickson Invitational on May 8 with 46 points. Earning third were Stribling in the 400 dash (51.98), Austin Hurst in the high jump (5-10) and the 3,200 relay (8:40.95).

Whitnall girls track

Jenny Bahling and Hannah Fischer claimed thirds in the West Allis Hale Invitational on Friday night.

Bahling was third in the 1,100-meter steeplechase (4 minutes, 43.52 seconds), while Fischer had that spot in the 100 hurdles (18.6 seconds) for the Falcons, who tallied 22 points for seventh.

Whitnall placed fifth with 61 points in the Richmond/Erickson Invitational on May 8 behind seconds from Meredith Heller in the 300 hurdles (48.02) and long jump (16 feet, 4 inches). Taking fourth were Nancy Czerwinski in the 400 dash (1:05.82) and Jasmine Van Tine in the 3,200 run (12:38.2).

Whitnall boys tennis

The Falcons downed Cudahy, 5-2, on May 10 and New Berlin West, 4-3, on May 7 in Woodland Conference dual meets.

Against Cudahy, first singles player Andrew Dundas won, 6-0, 6-0, for the Falcons (5-3 in conference duals).

Greenfield boys tennis

The first doubles team of Shaun Fleischhacker and Sean McClanahan prevailed, 6-2, 6-1, as the Hustlin' Hawks downed St. Francis, 5-2, in a Woodland Conference crossover meet on May 10.

The Hawks lost a 4-3 non-conference dual to Milwaukee Ronald Reagan on May 9.

Hale softball

The Huskies had their first tough week of the season, dropping games of 10-8 to Brookfield East on May 8 and 10-9 in nine innings to Wauwatosa East on May 10.

Against Tosa East, Sarah Mueller went 3-for-5 with three doubles and three runs batted in, while Jessica Knurowski drove in three runs and Jenny Schmidt two. Rachel Seefeldt also had two hits and Mueller struck out seven hitters.

In the Brookfield East game, Knurowski had two hits and Mueller and Schmidt drove in runs for Hale, which slipped to 6-3 in the Greater Metro Conference and 10-4 overall.

Hale boys golf

The Huskies came in seventh in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on May 7 at North Hills Country Club with 175 shots.

Eric Baker shot a 40, his low round of the season, while John Zilles carded 43, Patrick Heal and Joey Ouellette 46s and Danny Lemanske 50.

"We're improving and close to being in the mix with the third through sixth teams," head coach Dan Mroczenski said.

Hale lost a dual to New Berlin Eisenhower, 169-174, on May 9 as Ouellette shot 42, Baker and Zilles 43 and Heal and Danny Imp 46.

The Huskies took 13th in the Kaz Invitational on Saturday with 346 shots. Ouellette fired an 82, Baker 87, Heal 88, Zilles 91 and Lemanske 93.

Central boys golf

The Bulldogs carded 204 strokes in a May 7 mini-meet for their lowest Greater Metro Conference total of the season.

Eric Owens shot 47, Dominic Craig 49, Dan Doyle 53, Dave Mlachnik 55 and Dakota Behrs 59 for Central, which finished eighth.

The Bulldogs also downed St. Francis, 187-217, in a dual. Owens and Craig posted 45s, Behrs 47 and Doyle 50.

Hale girls soccer

The Huskies avoided a winless week with a 5-0 triumph over Milwaukee Ronald Reagan on Saturday at the Cudahy Tournament.

Ashley Weiss, Alyssa Martinez, Jennifer Stawicki, Marissa Rechlicz and Delaney Mielke all tallied goals for Hale.

Earlier, the Huskies lost 4-0 to Whitefish Bay and tied Delavan-Darien, 0-0.

Hale also fell, 5-0, to Wauwatosa East on May 8 despite 10 saves by goalkeeper Hannah King.

Central girls soccer

The Bulldogs dropped Milwaukee Riverside, 3-1, on May 10 behind two goals from Jenny Wildes and one from Kristen Stoecker, her first varsity score.

Goalkeeper Desiree Puschnig made some nice saves, head coach Shondell Hernandez said.

Central dropped a 10-0 decision to powerhouse Divine Savior Holy Angels on May 8.

Greenfield softball

Victories over Kenosha Tremper on Saturday and St. Thomas More on May 10 highlighted the Hustlin' Hawks' week.

Kayla Culbertson went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and two runs batted in during a 15-5 decision over More. Nicollette Curtis drove in four runs and Kristin Kaifesh two while Randi Fennig allowed four hits and struck out nine.

Fennig went 4-for-5 and allowed 10 hits to gain the victory in a 15-4 rout of Tremper during the Muskego Tournament on Saturday.

Greenfield also lost to Whitnall, 5-1, on May 8 on a no-hitter by Carolyn Dudek and 6-2 to Cudahy on May 7 in Woodland Conference play. The Hawks fell to Waukesha North, 6-4, and Muskego, 14-0, on Saturday.

Greenfield boys track

Andy Sabinash won the 3,200-meter run in 10 minutes, 24.49 seconds at the Cedarburg Invitational on May 10.

The 400 weight relay squad was second (54.13 seconds). Claiming third were Tom Friedbacker in the 800 run (2:05.34), Casey Sabinash in the 1,600 run (4:42.37) and the 3,200 unit of Friedbacker, Nick Walloch, Stephen Lisiecki and Casey Sabinash (8:50.37).

The Hawks finished fifth.

Greenfield girls track

Ella Skillings won the long jump with 17 feet, 5½ inches at the Cedarburg Invitational on Friday.

Taking fifth were Tuyet Nguyen in the long jump (16-7¼) and the 1,600 relay unit of Ashlee Schilling, Camera Gregory, Corina Miracola and Jill Dworschack (4:22.52) for the Hawks, who finished ninth.

Whitnall girls soccer

The struggles continued for the Falcons with three losses last week.

The toughest one was a 3-2 overtime decision against Greendale on May 10. Ashley Markowiak tallied twice and was assisted by Tina and Mary Gaggioli, while defenders Mika Topitzes, Brittney Kenaston and Colleen Barnstable all played well, head coach Robert Antholine said.

The Falcons fell to Wauwatosa East, 3-1, on Friday despite Markowiak's 13th goal of the season, assisted by Maddie Harycki. They also lost to Wauwatosa West, 4-0, on May 8.

Whitnall boys golf

A total of 172 shots gave the Falcons fourth place in the Woodland Conference mega-mini meet at the Broadlands on May 10.

John Caron fired a 41 to lead the way, while Sam Watson carded 42, Clayton Anderson 43 and Thayne Krause and Mitch Molbeck each 46s.

The Falcons posted 172 on May 8 in a mini-meet to tie for third. Anderson shot 39, Molbeck 43, Watson 44, Krause 46 and Caron 48.

Whitnall was 13th with 389 strokes in the Waukesha West Invitational on May 7. Watson posted 91, Anderson and Krause 99s, Molbeck 100 and Alex Knighton 104.

Greenfield boys golf

Nick Conatty shot a 40 to lead the Hustlin' Hawks in the Woodland Conference mega-mini meet on May 10 at the Broadlands.

Chris Henckel fired 44, Cody Hagfors 46 and Mike Hensiak and Alec Piekarski each 48s for the Hawks, who totaled 178 for sixth place.

Greenfield also tied Whitnall for third place in a mini-meet on May 8 at Naga-Waukee Park with 172 strokes. Hensiak posted 39, Conatty 41, Henckel and Piekarski 46 each and Justin Cancilla 48.

Central softball

The Bulldogs downed Wauwatosa East, 6-2, in a Greater Metro Conference game on May 9.

Halie Weigel had three hits and drove in two runs, while Megan Dressel also collected two hits. Amy Nycz allowed six hits to gain the victory.

Central did not fare as well in other games, losing 21-2 to Waukesha North on Friday, 17-11 to Divine Savior Holy Angels on May 10 and 20-5 to Brookfield Central on May 8.

West Allis boys tennis

The team fell to Brookfield East, 7-0, on May 8 and 7-0 to Menomonee Falls on May 7.

Against Falls, the first doubles team of Travis Balcerzak and Zack Zajdel lost a tough three-set match.

- Compiled by John Rech

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