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WHITEFISH BAY GIRLS SOCCER

The top-ranked Blue Dukes showed no letup last week, overpowering two nonconference opponents to remain unbeaten.

They defeated area rival Shorewood, 8-0, on April 11 and then roared past New Berlin Eisenhower, 6-1, on April 13 to improve to 4-0 overall.

They took on Port Washington in a North Shore tilt on Tuesday, April 18, and then will host nonconference opponent West Bend East on Thursday, April 20.

In the win over Eisenhower, the Blue Dukes took a 3-0 lead at the half and never looked back as Taylor Kerwin and Lily Jefferson had two goals apiece and Bailey Faulkner and Gracie Riedl one each.

Grace James made three saves.

Kerwin went off for five goals against Shorewood as Faulkner and Haley Gama added one each.

NICOLET BOYS GOLF

The Knights were fourth of 11 teams at the Beaver Dam Invitational held at Old Hickory on April 13.

They turned in an 18-hole score of 337 as Madison Edgewood won with 311.

Nicolet used balance to earn its spot as Teddy Wegehaupt led the way with an 80 while Eric Walsh came in with an 84, Augie Eurich 86 and Thomas Lozlousky and Will Egan 87 apiece.

NICOLET SOFTBALL

The Knights closed out a rough week on a positive note with a 16-0 rout of nonconference opponent Milwaukee Hamilton on April 14.

Earlier in the week they had fallen to another nonconference opponent, Racine Park, 12-7, and then to defending North Shore Conference champion Germantown, 13-4.

They came out of the week 2-3 overall. In the loss to Germantown, Miriam Maistelman had a hit and scored a run.

They took on area rival Shorewood in a nonconference game on Wednesday, April 19.

WHITEFISH BAY SOFTBALL

In its only game of the week, the Blue Dukes belted North Shore Conference opponent Milwaukee Lutheran, 17-0, on April 13.

They improved to 2-4 overall with the win. They will have three games this week including a visit to North Shore opponent Port Washington on Thursday, April 20.

Hayden Nelson, Sophie Hess and Sabrina Dornan had two RBIs apiece in the win over Lutheran as Greta Wollmer (three innings) and Ava Alt (two) split up pitching duties in the five-inning victory.

WOODLAND CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION BOYS GOLF

Shorewood was second in the first nine-hole league mini-meet last week at Morningstar Golf Course with a score of 176 as Greenfield won with a 174 score.

Brown Deer was fifth in the mini-meet with a 210.

BROWN DEER GIRLS SOCCER

Mattie Schimenz scored both goals in the 6-2 loss to Wisconsin Lutheran to highlight the opening week for the Falcons, who also lost to West Bend West, 12-0.

Exalena Gause had an assist.

BROWN DEER SOFTBALL

Lindsey Greenman knocked in the Falcons' lone run in a 12-1 Woodland Conference loss to Pius XI last week.

Brown Deer fell to 0-2 with the loss.

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