Greenfield boys track
The 6,400-meter relay team of Casey Sabinash, Tom Friedbacker, Ethan Schaefer and Andy Sabinash set a school record of 19 minutes, 20.54 seconds in winning at the Woodland Conference Relays on May 1 at South Milwaukee.
The unit, consisting of freshman Schaefer and sophomores Friedbacker and the Sabinash brothers, won by 0.40 over New Berlin West.
Finishing fourth in the meet were the long jump team of Bathong Pham, Marcus Meyers and Xavier Copeland with 54 feet, 1 inch; the triple jump squad of Manny Rodriguez, Andrew Brendemihl and Stephen Lisiecki with 107-9; and the 3,200 unit of Casey and Andy Sabinash, Quinton Kufahl and Friedbacker at 8:49.
The 900 hurdle shuttle squad of Kyle Schahczinski, Ryan Manzuk and Nick Wotnoske placed fifth (2:15.7) for the Hustlin' Hawks, who tallied 36 points for ninth place.
Greenfield also finished 12th with 13 points in the Hartland Arrowhead Invitational on Friday. Lisiecki was third in the 400 dash (51.83), the 400 unit of Meyers, Mike Kaifesh, Pham and Copeland fifth (46.43) and Casey Sabinash sixth in the 800 run (2:04.16).
With one little bump in the road, the Huskies continued their solid run last week.
They routed Divine Savior Holy Angels, 16-1, on May 2 as Rachel Seefeldt went 3-for-3 with two home runs and six runs batted in, Sarah Mueller 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBIs and Tyler Jeschke 3-for-4 with a double. Marissa Lehn and Jenny Schmidt each drove in two runs and Teara Morganroth one. Mueller allowed five hits to get the victory.
Hale also downed Brookfield Central, 8-3, on April 30 behind Mueller, who went 3-for-4 with a double, home run and three RBIs and allowed just three hits.
The Huskies split two games in their own tournament on Saturday, beating Greendale, 14-1, and losing to Arrowhead, 3-2.
Against Greendale, Mueller went 4-for-4 with three RBIs and Seefeldt 2-for-2 with a home run and four RBIs. Mueller also tossed a one-hitter. In the Arrowhead game, Jeschke had three hits and an RBI.
Hale improved to 6-1 in the Greater Metro Conference and 10-2 overall.
West Allis boys tennis
The team blanked Racine Park, 7-0, on May 2.
Winners were singles players Brett Streicher, Michael O'Leary, Jason Palesse and Rex Key and doubles teams Travis Balcerzak and Zack Zajdel, Curt Farner and Pat Mroczkowski and Jamie Rypel and James Kocen.
West Allis lost to Marquette, 7-0, on May 1.
Whitnall boys track
Alex Richardson won the 3,200-meter run in 10 minutes, 1.2 seconds at the New Berlin West Invitational on Friday night.
Greg Stribling came in second in the 400 dash (51.73 seconds) and teammate Mitch Olson took third (53.57). Brian Beal was third in the 300 hurdles (43.63). The 1,600 relay team placed fourth (3:39.26) for the Falcons, who tallied 60½ points for fifth place.
Whitnall also scored 28 points for 11th place in the Woodland Conference Relays on May 1 at South Milwaukee.
The Falcons were third in the distance medley (11:11.06), fourth in the sprint medley (1:41.39) and fifth in the 300 hurdles with Beal, Paul Howard and Austin Hurst.
Central boys track
The discus unit of Joe Fogl, Ben Cameron and Waige Fischer finished second in the Greater Metro Conference Relays at Brookfield Central on May 2.
Taking third were the 400 team (44.34 seconds); the high jump group of Damien McFadden, Tre Nowaczynski and Danny Swanner; the pole vault group of Josh Boeder (with the top individual jump of 13 feet, 6 inches), Mike Kooi and Anthony Alioto; and the shot put corps of Fogl, Fischer and Cameron.
The Bulldogs were seventh with 42 points.
Central girls track
Gabby Coto-Valentin, Nicole Barbian and Raqual Coto-Valentin finished second in the shot put at the Greater Metro Conference Relays on May 2 at Brookfield Central.
Claiming fifth were the 400 unit (53.43 seconds) and the pole vault group of Nicole Larson (with the top individual jump of 11 feet even), and Becky Schwindt.
Central tallied 21 points for eighth place.
Whitnall boys tennis
The Falcons won a pair of Woodland Conference meets last week, beating St. Thomas More, 4-3, on April 30 and Greenfield, 7-0, on May 1.
Winners against the Hustlin' Hawks were Andrew Dundas, Shane Murphy, Noah Stemper and Matt Pook at singles and the doubles teams of Chris Kelnhofer and Nathan Shaefer, Jess Higgins/Jake Damro and Josh Damro/Michael Langenohl.
Prevailing against More were Stemper, Kelnhofer/Shaefer, Jake and Josh Damro and Higgins and Pook.
Whitnall lost to New Berlin Eisenhower, 4-3, on May 2.
Greenfield boys tennis
The Hustlin' Hawks fell to Whitnall, 7-0, on May 1 and Wauwatosa West, 5-2, on May 3.
Winners against West were Kerby Vargas at first singles (6-4, 6-0) and Matt Brown and Mark Chandler at third doubles, 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (7-2). Brown and Chandler trailed 5-2 in the third set but won the next four games and prevailed in the tiebreaker.
"Matt and Mark played smart as well as being aggressive with their volleys and overheads," head coach Brad Seegert said.
Greenfield boys golf
The Hustlin' Hawks finished fifth with 178 shots in a Woodland Conference mini-meet on May 1 at Western Lakes.
Mike Hensiak fired a 42, while Nick Conatty and Chris Henckel shot 44s, Alex Piekarski 48 and Justin Cancilla 55.
Greenfield was 14th with 343 at the Morningstar Invitational on Friday. Hensiak and Conatty both carded 83s, followed by Henckel 84, Piekarski a season-best 93 and Cancilla 102.
"Our seniors have been playing very steadily over the past four matches," head coach Paul Hetzel said. "Chris, Mike and Nick are starting to put together consistent, solid rounds."
Whitnall boys golf
Sam Watson fired a 79 to lead the Falcons to ninth place in Division 2 of the Janesville Invitational on Saturday.
Clayton Anderson carded an 83, Mitchell Molbeck 91 and Thayne Krause 98 for Whitnall, which totaled 351 strokes in the major meet.
The Falcons also came in 17th in the Morningstar Invitational on Friday with 369 shots. Krause led the way with an 89, followed by Anderson 91, John Caron 93, Nick Cimler 96 and Phil Schram 97.
Whitnall took fourth with 176 strokes in a Woodland Conference mini-meet at Muskego Lakes on May 1. Caron shot a 42, Anderson and Watson each 44s, Molbeck 46 and Schram 54.
Whitnall girls soccer
A rugged mid-season stretch is getting the best of the Falcons.
They fell to Slinger, 3-1, on Friday; to New Berlin Eisenhower, 6-3, on May 3; and to Pewaukee, 2-1, on May 1. They slipped to 3-8 heading into this week.
"We do some good things, but we're in a stretch of very tough games for two weeks," head coach Robert Antholine said. "Hopefully, we'll learn from the experience."
Against Slinger, Ashley Markowiak scored her 10th goal of the season in the second half with an assist from Mika Topitzes. Antholine said defender Colleen Barnstable continued her fine play.
Markowiak scored twice and assisted Schauer on a goal against Eisenhower.
Schauer hit a penalty kick for a 1-0 lead over Pewaukee, but the Pirates scored twice, including a ricochet shot with 10 minutes left.
Hale boys golf
A total of 342 shots landed the Huskies in 13th place at Friday's Morningstar Invitational.
Patrick Heal led them with an 81, followed by John Zilles at 85, Joey Ouellette and Eric Baker at 88 and Taylor Manz 94.
"This was a nice improvement," head coach Dan Mroczenski said.
Hale finished seventh with 179 strokes in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on April 30 at Westmoor Country Club. Zilles fired a 43, Heal 44, Baker 45, Ouellette 47 and Dan Lemanske 50.
Central boys golf
The Bulldogs shot 211 for eighth place in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet at Westmoor Country Club on April 30.
Dan Doyle carded a 50, while Dominic Craig posted 53, Eric Owens and Dakota Behrs each 54 and Eric Ausbon 56.
Central also took 21st with 398 shots at Friday's Morningstar Invitational. Owens shot a 94, Doyle 99, Craig 102, Behrs 103 and David Mlachnik 111.
Hale girls soccer
The Huskies fell to Brookfield East, 2-0, on May 1 and to top-rated Cedarburg, 7-0, on Saturday.
Goaltender Hannah King made six saves against East and nine saves against Cedarburg.
Central girls soccer
The Bulldogs, with only eight players available, lost to Waupun, 6-0, and Reedsburg, 8-0, in a tournament on Saturday.
Central also lost to Brookfield Central, 10-0, on May 1.
"Their shooting was brilliant," head coach Shondell Hernandez said of the Lancers, "but we played hard the whole game."
Greenfield girls soccer
Dana Schwab scored at the three-minute mark, but the Hustlin' Hawks still fell to Brown Deer, 2-1, on May 1.
Goaltender Tania Alvarez made 19 saves.
The Hawks also lost to Wauwatosa West, 4-0, on May 3 and Waukesha North, 2-0, on Friday.
- Compiled by John Rech
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