Eisenhower girls soccer
Eisenhower ran its winning streak to four games with a 3-1 win over Shorewood on May 8 and a 1-0 victory over Whitnall on May 11.
The Lions now sit a perfect 5-0-0 in the Woodland Conference and 8-4-1 overall.
Kayla Jedrzejewski scored twice in the second half to help the Lions overcome a 1-0 deficit against Shorewood. Grace DeRome also scored for Eisenhower.
"It is always hard to play on the road in this conference," Eisenhower coach Nick Datka said. "We are happy with the end result, but we know that we need to play at a higher level so we can continue to grow.
Payton Fuerstenberg scored off an assist from Alyssa Stuckart to help the Lions down Whitnall.
"In all honesty, we were lucky to come away victorious," Datka said. "Whitnall played with a lot of heart and I think we were looking ahead. We need to play with a little more emotion."
Muskego girls soccer
Muskego split a pair of Classic 8 Conference matches last week, collecting a 2-1 win over Mukwonago on May 9 before losing 2-0 to top-ranked Arrowhead on May 11.
The fifth-ranked Warriors then went 2-0 at the Al Gusho Tournament at Brookfield East, earning 1-0 wins over Homestead and eighth-ranked Middleton.
Leah Bolskar netted the game-winning goal in the 72nd minute against Mukwonago. Courtney Weber also scored for the Warriors.
Katie Wasiak scored Muskego's lone goal in both games of the Gusho Tournament, giving the Warriors the lead in the 63rd minute against Homestead and in the third minute against Middleton.
The loss to Arrowhead hurts Muskego in the conference title race. With two games left, the Warriors (3-1-1) are one game back in the loss column to Catholic Memorial (3-0-2) and Arrowhead (3-0-1).
Muskego boys golf
With a 164, Muskego edged Kettle Moraine by four strokes to take second place behind Arrowhead at the Classic 8 Conference mini meet May 8 at Oconomowoc Country Club.
The Warriors were led by Matt Polivka with a 38 with Ryan Wikel shooting a 39 and Andrew Kunze carding a 42.
Muskego tied Mukwonago for second place but won the tiebreaker at the Classic 8 mega mini meet held May 10 and 11.
The Warriors shot a 163 at the Legend of Bristlecone Pines on May 10 but stormed back with a 152 at Edgewood Country Club on May 11.
Polivka led Muskego with a 72 (36/36). Wikel carded an 82 (45/37) and Kunze (41/42) and Ben Gabbey (45/38) each shooting an 83. The Warriors split their final lineup spot between Auble (41) at Bristlecone Pines and Caleb Brautigan (41) at Edgewood.
Muskego shot a 326 to take ninth place at the Lake Country Invitational at Western Lakes Golf Course on May 13. Wikel led the Warriors with a 73, followed by Polivka (79), Kunze (85) and Gabbey (89).
Muskego compiled a 4-2 record last week to improve to 12-5 overall and 7-4 in the Classic 8.
The Warriors scored three times in the fourth and plated the go-ahead run on a triple by Jessica Whittow in the fifth to rally for a 7-6 win over first-place Kettle Moraine on May 8.
Madeline Krafcheck hit a pair of home runs and drove in three in the win. Amanda Janiszewski also homered, and Whittow finished 2-for-2. Sarah Mohler pitched a complete game for the win.
Muskego was involved in three more high-scoring conference games, claiming a 9-7 victory over Mukwonago on May 9, losing 8-7 to Catholic Memorial on May 11 and falling 16-10 to Arrowhead on May 12.
The Warriors closed the week by sweeping a doubleheader from Brookfield Central on May 13, winning 6-0 and 6-5.
Krafcheck connected for two more home runs in the loss against Arrowhead, while Janiszewski added yet another homer of her own. Ali Smith doubled and drove in three against Mukwonago. Riley Morin was 2-for-4 against CMH, while Krafcheck and Whittow each drove in two runs.
The Warriors closed the week by sweeping a doubleheader from Brookfield Central on May 13, winning 6-0 and 6-5.
Krafcheck had three RBIs, and Whittow knocked in a pair in the first game against Brookfield Central. Mohler threw a two-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts. Lauren Nylund went 2-for-3, and Whittow had two RBIs in the second game of the doubleheader, as the Warriors rallied for four runs in the sixth to win.
New Berlin West golf
New Berlin West finished in third place in the Woodland West after taking second and fourth at the final two division mini-meets of the season.
West shot a 167 at Western Lakes on May 10 to finish second just two strokes back of Pewaukee. Hunter Pipik tied for medalist honors with 37. Nick Dorshak (42), John Tsoris (43), Dominic Marinetti (45) and Ryan Thompson (49) rounded out the lineup.
The following day, the Vikings carded a 179 to take fourth at Wanaki Golf Course. Pipik led West with a 38, followed by Marinetti (45), Tsoris (47), Thompson (48) and Charlie Verbos (51).
New Berlin West girls soccer
New Berlin West went 1-0-2 last week to move to 8-3-5 overall and 4-1-2 in Woodland Conference play.
A goal by Aubrey Tarmann in the 84th minute pulled West even in a 2-2 draw with Wauwatosa West, ranked No. 7 in Division 2, on May 9. The Vikings then collected a 4-1 win over Shorewood on May 11.
Morgan Henrichs also scored for the Vikings, while Lily Adkison had two assists.
Adkison tallied three goals in the win over Shorewood, with Tyler Neutgens also scoring for West.
West faced 1-0 halftime deficit against Janesville Craig on May 13, but Tarmann scored the tying goal in the 55th minute and the Vikings played to a 1-1 tie.
The Vikings remained in the state rankings at No. 9 in Division 3.
New Berlin West boys tennis
New Berlin West recovered from a 6-0 loss to Whitefish Bay on May 10 to collect a 7-0 win over Cudahy in a Woodland crossover dual meet May 11. The Vikings then went 0-2 at the Kohler Quad on May 13, falling 6-1 to Kohler and 6-1 to Madison Edgewood.
Jonathan Sadowski, Zach Harmon, Derek Schaper and Ben Laurent won singles matches against Cudahy. The Vikings won all three doubles flights with Joey VerHaag and Daniel Bonin, Jimmy Karolek and Austin Alexander and Kunal Sondhi and Zach White.
White and VerHaag won at No. 2 doubles for West's lone win against Kohler, while Sadowski collected a win at No. 1 singles against Edgewood.
Eisenhower went 3-3 last week to move to 10-9 overall and 8-4 in the Woodland West.
The Lions recovered from a 9-3 loss to Whitnall on May 8 to earn a 10-1 win over Pewaukee on May 9 a 13-3 victory over Pius XI on May 10 and an 18-0 win over Pius XI on May 11. Eisenhower then endured an 0-2 day at the Oconomowoc Invite on May 13, losing 10-7 to Oconomowoc and 7-6 to Slinger.
Eisenhower had a 2-1 lead over Whitnall before the Falcons scored seven times in the fourth inning. Erin Hedman had two hits with a double in the loss.
Eisenhower jumped on Pewaukee for six runs in the first and didn't look back. Hedman went 3-for-4 with a double, Taylor Prei was 2-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI and Molly Beacom finished 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.
Prei limited the Pirates to one run over seven innings to earn the win.
A 10-run third inning propelled the Lions past Pius. Hedman continued to swing a hot bat by going 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI. McKenna Hietpas also drove in three runs and Gabby Majinski and Beacon each had two RBIs.
Hedman victimized the Popes for another home run the second time the two teams met last week, finishing 3-for-3 with four RBI. She also allowed just one hit with 11 strikeouts over four innings
Erica Buechel was 2-for-3 with four RBIs, Prei went 2-for-3 and Kelly Beres and Beacom each went 2-for-3 with three RBIs.
Eisenhower boys tennis
Eisenhower received two three-set victories in a 4-3 win over Waukesha North on May 8 before falling 5-2 to Whitnall in a Woodland Conference crossover match May 11.
The Lions then went on to win the Hartford-Slinger Invitational on May 13. Ashwin Sankrithi won the tournament title at No. 1 singles, as did the No. 1 doubles team of Ben Schaefer and Kevin Dobrzynski.
Sankrithi won in straight sets at No. 1 singles, and Xavier Loomer and Mitchell Swing pulled out three-set wins at No. 2 and No. 3 singles against North. Ben Schaefer and Kevin Dobrzynski were victorious at No. 1 doubles.
The dual meet with Whitnall was for third place in the Woodland. Eisenhower finished in a three-way tie with Wauwatosa West and Greendale for first place in the Woodland West.
Loomer and Srikar Vootkur at No. 1 doubles and Keegan Muche, and Dominick Battistini at No. 3 doubles earned wins against the Falcons.
Eisenhower's boys track and field team took third and the girls team placed sixth at the Richmond/Erickson Invitational hosted by Wauwatosa East at Hart Park on May 9.
Winning event titles for the boys were Bryce Miller in the 800-meter run in 1 minute, 59.43 seconds, Danny Browne in the 3,200 in 10:07.93 and Sean Moore in the 300 hurdles in 40.38 seconds.
Moore also took second in the 110 hurdles in 15.67 seconds. Also placing second were Stephen Halusan in the 400 in 51.14 seconds, Erik Diedrich in the 1,000 in 2;45.37, Joe Lang in the triple jump at 41 feet, 8 inches and the 4x400 relay of Halusan, Miller, Jake Belongia and Moore in 3:25.41.
Keonna Rash claimed the girls long jump title at 16-09 1/2. Amanda Leder was second in the 600 in 1:43.73, Sarah Leitinger was the runner-up in the high jump cearling 5-02 and Kate Watson cleared 11 feet to take second in the pole vault.
The Lions boys and girls teams each took eighth out of 10 teams at the West Allis Hale Invitational on May 13.
Watson took second in the pole vault at 10-00 and the girls 4x400 relay team of Rachel Schaefer, Lauren Kosch, Kasey Fountain and Emily Oelschlager placed second in 4:23.66.
Muskego boys tennis
Muskego finished Classic 8 dual meet season at 3-4 with a 6-1 loss to Waukesha North on May 9. The Warriors then took sixth place at the Dick Arnold Classic 8 Conference tournament on May 13 at Woyahn Tennis Complex.
Earning the lone win against North was the No. 1 doubles team of Joe Foye and Noah Gibbs.
Sam Fischer and Dylan Janowski took second place at No. 2 doubles at the Classic 8 Conference tournament.
Muskego girls track
With Kate Jochims and Kenni Czarnecki winning conference titles, Muskego's girls track and field team placed third behind Waukesha West and Arrowhead at the Classic 8 Conference Outdoor Championships on May 11 at Arrowhead High School.
Jochims took the title in the 3,200-meter run in 11 minutes, 12.19 seconds. Czarnecki won the discus crown with a top throw of 121 feet, 10 inches.
The Warriors also claimed first in the 4x200 relay in 1:44.31 with Savannah Rygiewicz, Savannah Balcerak, Brittany Glaeser and Bella Seitz.
Abigail Missiaen was second in the 100 hurdles in 15.92 seconds and third in the 300 hurdles in 47.42 seconds. Elizabeht Missiaen took second in the 300 hurdles in 47.41 seconds and third in the 100 hurdles in 16.18 seconds.
Muskego boys track
Austin Hewitt earned the conference title in the 300-meter hurdles, and Muskego's boys track and field team took sixth at the Classic 8 Conference Outdoor Championships on May 11 at Arrowhead High School.
Hewitt posted a time of 40.12 seconds to win the event by 0.56 seconds.
Jake Petri was the runner-up in the 1,600 in 4 minutes, 30.92 seconds. Sam Scholz, Travis Bednarek, RJ Bosshart and Justin Kotarek teamed to take second in the 4x200 in 1:29.82.
New Berlin West girls track
New Berlin West's girls track and field team scored 98 points to take third place behind Wauwatosa West and Whitnall at the West Allis Hale Invitational on May 12.
Christa Modrow won the 3,200-meter run in 12 minutes, 12.26 seconds and Daily Albino claimed the pole vault title by clearing 12 feet.
The Vikings also won the 4x800 relay in 10:48.31 with Modrow, Jaclyn Windorff, Molly Thomas and Ruwandi Wijenayake and the throwers 4x100 relay in 58.22 seconds with Jordan Caminata, Rebecca Martin, Jacqueline Gerovac and Melissa Grusczynski.
Anna Klingbeil was the runner-up in both the 100 hurdles in 15.97 seconds and the 300 hurdles in 50.43 seconds. Thomas took second in the 1,600 in 5:46.42.
New Berlin West boys track
With 59.5 points, New Berlin West's boys track and field placed fifth at the West Allias Hale Invitational on May 12.
The Vikings received second-place finishes from Mitchell Primus in the pole vault clearing 12 feet, Will Bush in the triple jump at 41-06 1/4 and Mitchell Hewitti n the shot put at 44-02.
Daniel Schneider, Tyler Stoltenburg, Mason Church and Tyler Klusman teamed to come in second in the 4x200 at 1 minute, 34.51 seconds.