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Whitefish Bay girls soccer

The Blue Dukes stayed unbeaten in the state of Wisconsin with a 5-0 victory over Germantown on May 2 and 4-0 over Wauwatosa East on May 4.

Taylor Kerwin tallied three goals and Brianna Murano and Bailey Faulkner also scored against Germantown. Kerwin scored twice more against Tosa East with Ali Menard and Faulkner adding goals.

Grace James made two saves against Germantown and nine against Tosa East to record two clean sheets.

Whitefish Bay, the top-ranked team in Division 2, is now 11-1-0 overall and 3-0-0 in the North Shore Conference.

Shorewood boys tennis

It was a successful week for Shorewood's boys tennis team, as it collected wins over South Milwaukee (7-0), Brookfield Academy (4-3) and Whitnall (5-2).

Elijah Johnson and Chris Perry went 3-0 for the week at No. 3 and No. 4 singles, as did the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles teams of Jack Schill and Cal Papineau and John Ewing and Jack Kessenich.

The No. 1 doubles team of James Ewing and J.J. Nelson collected wins over South Milwaukee and Whitnall and Adam Kelly and J.J. Lambert won at No. 1 and No. 2 singles against South Milwaukee.

Whitefish Bay boys tennis

Whitefish Bay's boys tennis team went 2-1 in North Shore Conference dual meets before going 2-2 at the Nicolet Sweet 16 tournament on May 5 and 6 to take sixth place.

The Blue Dukes opened the week with a 7-0 win over Milwaukee Lutheran/Lake Country Lutheran on May 2 and a 7-0 victory over Germantown on May 3 but fell 5-2 to Homestead on May 4. At the Sweet 16, Whitefish Bay beat Kenosha Tremper (6-1) and Arrowhead (7-0) and lost to Nicolet (7-0) and Middleton (4-3).

Marcus Ellinas won five singles matches on the week, as did the doubles team of Jacob Gurican and Ben Rackovan. Patrick Conta, Grey Waedekin, Jack Gonzales and Jack Styler and Ben Huegel all won four times.

Whitefish Bay track

Whitefish Bay's boys track team took second place and the girls came in fourth at the North Shore Conference Relays held May 3 at Cedarburg High School.

The boys scored 108 points to come in just behind Homestead at 111.5 points.

The Blue Dukes boys were second in the 4x100 relay with RayQuan Bolden, Alex Anthony, Karon Lever and Evan Murray finishing in 44.14 seconds and in the 4x200 relay with Anthony, Murray, James Zebell and Nolan Wollmer posting a time of 1 minute, 33.34 seconds.

The Blue Dukes girls team took 11th place at the Myrhum Invitational at Arrowhead High School on May 6.

Cami Davre won the 800-meter run in 2 minutes, 15.79 seconds.

Shorewood golf

Shorewood's golf team took second place behind Greenfield at a pair of Woodland East mini-meets last week.

The Greyhounds shot a 182 at Brown Deer Golf Course on May 2 and a 167 at Oakwood Golf Course in Franklin on May 4.

Nicolet softball

The Nicolet softball team went 3-3 last week, including taking second place at the Whitefish Bay Tournament on May 6, to move to 7-11 on the season.

The Knights dropped two of three North Shore Conference games last week, falling 9-2 to Port Washington on May 2 and 19-2 to Germantown on May 4 before collecting a 17-5 victory over Milwaukee Lutheran on May 5.

Nicolet opened the Whitefish Bay tournament with a 15-0 win over Milwaukee Vincent. The Knights then advanced to the championship game with a 13-8 victory over Martin Luther. Whitefish Bay was too much for Nicolet in the finals, as the Knights fell, 10-0.

Kim Lyon was 3-for-4 with five RBIs in the win over Milwaukee Lutheran. Allie Janowski, Taylor Hall and Lillie Zuelske each collected two hits and two RBIs.

Casey O'Hare tossed a one-hit shutout to beat Vincent. Janowski, Hall, Lyon, Emily Barnes and Miriam Maistelman all collected two hits. Maddie Steffes worked all seven innings with six strikeouts against Martin Luther. Lyon had two hits in the loss to Whitefish Bay.

Shorewood girls soccer

Shorewood's girls soccer team collected a 3-1 victory over Greenfield on May 2 and played Greendale to a 3-3 draw on May 4 to move to 5-4-1 overall and 3-2-1 in the Woodland Conference.

Josie Lang, Sofia Fardella and Abby Schill scored in the win over the Hustlin' Hawks. Carolina Fraser gave the Greyhounds the lead against Greendale, but the Panthers then scored three straight. Giovanna Zizzo tallied a pair of second-half goals to allow Shorewood to come away with the draw.

Nicolet track and field 

Nicolet's girls track and field team placed fifth and the boys team took sixth at the North Shore Conference Relays on May 3 at Cedarburg High School.

The girls 4x1600 relay team of Rianne Dobson, Nora McGuire, Megan Sullivan and Isabella Mahlik took first place in 23 minutes, 2 seconds. Nicolet also claimed the pole vault relay title with Rylee Callahan (10 feet), Lauryn Wagner (10-00) and Cailin Mahoney (8-06).

Nicolet's 4x100 girls relay team of Destiny Huven, Zaria Purifoy, Victoria Borum and Reese Parish took second in 51.07 seconds.

For the boys, the 4x100 relay of Arslan Jumabayev, John Ford, Dakari Williams and David Dunlap took first in 43.00 seconds. The Knights also won the pole vault relay with Matthew Aussem (13-6), Grant Siverhus (10-9) and Jaren Yoder (10-3).

Maxwell Selbach, Nicholas Holmes, Zachary Asmann and Zachary Dickman placed second in the 4x1600 in 19:14.00.

The Knights boys scored 48 points to take seventh place at the Myrhum Invitational at Arrowhead High School on May 6, while the girls team took 13th with 29.5 points.

Dunlap won the 100-meter dash in 10.93 seconds and was second in the 200 in 22.04 seconds. Ford was the runner-up in the 300 hurdles in 39.53 seconds and the 4x100 team of Jumabayev, Kamari Clayton, Williams and Dunlap took second in the 4x100 in 43.37 seconds.

Huven led the girls team with second-place finishes in the 100 hurdles in 15.04 seconds and in the 300 hurdles in 47.43 seconds.

Brown Deer boys tennis

Brown Deer's tennis team went 3-3 last week, including splitting a pair of Woodland Conference matches.

The Falcons lost 7-0 to Whitnall on May 2 before bouncing back with a 6-1 win over Greenfield on May 4. Brown Deer concluded its week by going 2-2 at the Martin Luther Invitational, collecting wins over Thomas More (4-3) and Cudahy (6-1) on May 6 and losing to Martin Luther (4-3) and Greendale (6-1) on May 5.

Rory Burmeister won five matches at No. 2 singles for the week, while Kyle Schroeder and Phongyue Yang each won three times at No 1 singles and No. 4 singles, respectively.

Brown Deer track and field

Brown Deer's girls and boys track and field teams each took seventh place at the Woodland Conference Relays on May 2 at Greendale High School and second place at the Brown Deer Invitational on May 5.

At the Woodland Relays, the girls team won the 4x100 in 51.56 seconds and the 800 sprint medley in 1 minute, 56.85 seconds, while the boys won the 4x100 in 44.42 seconds.

Brown Deer earned runner-up finishes in the girls 4x400 in 4 minutes, 19.26 seconds and in the boys 4x200 in 1:33.77.

The Falcons boys scored 122.5 points to come in behind University School at 135 points at the Brown Deer Invite. The girls team accumulated 120 points to finish behind USM at 128 points.

Winning events for the boys were Caleb Henry in the 400-meter dash in 52.45 seconds, Thomas Davis in the pole vault clearing 9 feet, 6 inches and Thomas Kelly in the long jup at 21-0 1/2. Dameco Walker was the runner-up in the 300 hurdles in 43.62 seconds and the relay team of Henry, Walker, Jaden Swift and Vincent Goudy took second in the 4x400 in 3:58.51.

Kristiana Longe won the girls high jump at 4-6 and took second in the 400 in 1:03.61. Malena Edwards claimed the pole vault by clearing 7 feet and Ameerah McClain took the long jump at 15-2 1/2. Emily Kolb was second in the 1,600 in 6:04.99 and in the 3,200 in 13:27.00 and Amir Robertson took second in the high jump at 4-4.

Edwards, Samya Webster, McClain and Shelby Sellers won the 4x100 in 51.66 seconds.

Nicolet girls soccer

The Knights fell 2-1 to Cedarburg on May 2 before playing Madison Memorial to a 1-1 draw on May 5.

Josie Kelderman scored Nicolet's lone goals against Cedarburg and Madison Memorial.

Nicolet is now 4-6-2 overall and 0-3 in the North Shore.

Brown Deer golf

Brown Deer's golf team took fourth place at the third and fourth Woodland East mini-meets of the season.

The Falcons shot a 196 at Brown Deer Golf Course on May 2 and a 199 at Oakwood Golf Course in Franklin on May 4.

Shorewood track

Shorewood boys track and field team took sixth place and the girls team finished eighth at the Woodland Conference Relays on May 2 at Greendale High School.

Led by the 4x400 relay taking second in 3 minutes, 30.39 seconds, the boys team scored 42 points. The girls accumulated 33 points and won the 4x800 relay in 10:49.16.

Nicolet boys golf

Nicolet's boys golf team shot a 339 to take ninth at the 12-team Cedarburg Invitational at Hidden Glen Golf Course on May 4.

Augie Eurich led the Knights with a 79, with Eric Walsh carding an 82, Thomas Kozlovsky finishing with an 84, Teddy Wegehaupt ended with a 94 and Will Egan rounded out the lineup with a 95.

Whitefish Bay boys golf

With a 345, Whitefish Bay's boys golf team came in 11th out of 12 teams at the Cedarburg Invitational on May 4 at Hidden Glen Country Club.

Jack DeRoche led the Blue Dukes with an 82, followed by Owen Jonas (86), Gunner Butz (86), Joey Haensel (91) and Gunnar Stock (91).

Brown Deer girls soccer

Brown Deer's soccer team dropped a pair of games last week, falling 12-3 to Whitnall on May 2 and 9-4 to South Milwaukee on May 4 to fall to 2-6 overall and 0-4 in the Woodland Conference.

Mattie Schimenz scored four goals in the loss to the Rockets.

Brown Deer softball

Brown Deer's softball team went 0-3 last week, falling 16-0 to Greenfield on May 3 and 19-0 in both games of a doubleheader against Whitnall on May 4.

Shorewood softball

Shorewood's softball team suffered defeats to New Berlin Eisenhower (28-0), South Milwaukee (22-1), Pius XI (16-3) and Whitefish Bay (16-0).

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