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Led by senior Matt Polivka, Muskego's boys golf team took sixth place at the WIAA Division 1 state tournament held June 5 and 6 at University Ridge in Madison. 

The Warriors finished with a two-day total of 638 (320-318) to come in nine strokes back of third-place Kaukauna. Arrowhead and Marquette outpaced themselves from the field, with the Warhawks winning the state title with a 602 and the Hilltoppers finishing as the runner-up at 606. 

Polivka shot an opening-round 73 on June 5 and came back with a 77 on June 6 to finish with a 6-over par 150 to finish in a tie for fifth among individuals. Arrowhead's Piercen Hunt won the individual title with a 141.

Senior Ryan Wikel tied for 29th with a 158 (82-76). Sophomore Ben Gabbey tied for 50th with a 162 (82-80), senior Andrew Kunze shot a 173 (83-90) and sophomore Caleb Brautigam finished with a 181 (96-85).

Eisenhower girls soccer

New Berlin Eisenhower's girls soccer team saw its season come to a close with a 3-1 loss to Pewaukee in a WIAA Division 2 sectional semifinal June 8. 

Meghan Mcnerney gave the third-seeded Lions a 1-0 lead with a goal in the sixth minute, but found itself tied at halftime after Kendall Schoenike equalized for the Pirates in the 28th minute. 

The game stayed tied at 1-1 until the 84th minute when Pewaukee star MacKenzie Schill put the second-seeded and fifth-ranked Pirates in front. She then scored again in the 89th minute to seal the win for Pewaukee, which fell to top-seeded Wauwatosa East in penalty kicks in the sectional final. 

Eisenhower, ranked No. 10 in Division 2, finished at 13-7-2 overall. 

New Berlin Eisenhower baseball

Eisenhower split a two-game Woodland Conference series with Greendale last week, winning 9-5 on June 5 before taking a 3-2 loss on June 6. 

The Lions then fell 4-3 to Greenfield on June 8 to see their season record drop to 3-8 overall and 2-5 in the Woodland West. 

The Lions struck right away in the opener with Greendale, scoring three times in the first inning. Bryce Wesling and Joey Scaffidi reached to start the inning before Nate Clark doubled to score Wesling. Bo Saikie followed with a double that scored Scaffidi and Clark to make it 3-0.

Eisenhower increased its lead to 9-1 with five runs in the fifth. Clark, Saikie and Matt Baumann all had run-scoring hits in the inning, while Jack Angiolo and Scaffidi were hit by pitches with the bases loaded.

Clark finished 2-for-4 with four RBIs. Scaffidi was 2-for-2 with an RBI and Saikie was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Wesling limited Greendale to just two earned runs and struck out 11 over 5⅓ innings for the win. Scaffidi pitched the final 1⅔ innings.

Saikie kept the Lions in the second game with Greendale by tossing six strong innings with five strikeouts. Eisenhower pulled to within 3-2 with two runs in the fifth but couldn't plate the tying run.

Angiolo was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Dylan Karvala struck out the side in the seventh in relief of Saikie. 

A three-run fourth did Eisenhower in against the Hustlin' Hawks. Greenfield used the big inning to take a 4-1, which it held until the seventh when the Lions scored twice to pull to within 4-3. 

Karvala took the loss on the mound, walking four and striking out one over four innings. Baumann threw three innings of scoreless relief. 

Muskego baseball

Muskego began the week by splitting a Classic 8 Conference series with Waukesha West, falling 7-4 to the Wolverines on June 5 before bouncing back with a 7-0 win on June 6.

The Warriors then took care of business in two games with last-place Waukesha South, cruising to a 15-1 win on June 8 and 12-5 on June 9 to move to 5-5 overall and 5-3 in conference play.

Waukesha West scored three runs in the third to take a 4-3 lead on June 5 and added a pair of insurance runs in the fifth and another in the sixth.

Alex Kalisnig was 2-for-4 with two RBIs in the loss, while Mike Lehner doubled and drove in a pair of runs. Bryce Schure took the loss on the mound, walking one and striking out two over five innings. Mitchell Geiger pitched the sixth inning.

Ryan Mass helped Muskego recover by tossing a three-hit shutout against Waukesha West on June 6. 

A sacrifice fly by Lehner gave the Warriors a 1-0 lead in the fourth. Muskego then broke the game open with six runs in the fifth. After runs were forced in by a walk and a hit batsman, Ryan Zizzo hit a two-run double and Lehner followed with a two-run single.

Mass walked just one and gave up just four hits over seven innings. 

Muskego jumped out to a 9-0 lead after two innings June 8 against Waukesha South. Mike Lehner connected for a two-run home run during a four-run second inning. 

Frankie Cistaro, Ryan Zizzo, Sam Platow and Kyle Hammit all had a pair of hits. Hammit drove in three runs, while Matt Auble, Lehner, Zizzo and Cistaro each had two RBIs. 

Andrew Buelow allowed just one run with seven strikeouts over five innings for the win.

The Warriors led 10-1 through three innings in the second game of the series with Waukesha South.

Schure finished 3-for-3 with two doubles, a triple and three RBIs. Kalisnig was 2-for-5 with a pair of doubles and three RBIs, Lehner had two RBIs and Auble and Cistaro each were 2-for-3. 

Wesley Kwapick struck out five and walked six while giving up just one earned run over 3⅓ innings to take the win. Mitchell Geiger gave up only one earned run with eight strikeouts and four walks in 3⅔ innings of relief. 

New Berlin West baseball

New Berlin West opened last week by dropping a pair of games to Pius XI, falling 10-5 on June 5 and 2-1 in 4-3 in 11 innings on June 6.

The Vikings salvaged the week with a 5-2 win over Cudahy on June 9, moving their record to 3-7 overall and 2-5 in the Woodland West.

Adam Siegel and Nick Paget each went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI against Pius on June 5. Alex Redman took the loss on the mound, walking five over 1⅔ innings. Baise Spath threw 3⅔ innings of relief and TJ Lukach pitched the final 1⅔ innings.

New Berlin West led 2-0 heading into the fifth inning against Cudahy, only to watch the Packers tie the game with a run in the fifth and another in the sixth.

The Vikings answered with three runs in the bottom of the sixth to take a 5-2 lead.

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