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Whitefish Bay girls soccer

Whitefish Bay saw its winning streak reach seven with an 11-0 win over Milwaukee Lutheran on May 9, a 3-0 victory over Honoegah (Ill.) on May 12 and a 7-0 win over West De Pere on May 13.

The Blue Dukes (14-1-0), ranked No. 1 in Division 2, had little trouble with Milwaukee Lutheran to stay unbeaten in North Shore Conference play at 4-0-0. 

Ali Menard scored three times, while Taylor Kerwin and Gracie Riedl each had a pair of goals. Brianna Murano, Lauren Behnke, Emma Brown and Sam Loyda also scored. 

Scoring for the Blue Dukes against Honoegah were Kerwin, Lindsay Cox and Bailey Faulkner. 

Seven different players had goals for Bay against West De Pere, including Kerwin, Haley Gama, Daria Ghorbanpoor, Menard, Lily Jefferson, Emma Kate Stecker and Brown. 

Nicolet girls track

Led by Destiny Huven sweeping the hurdle events, Nicolet's girls track and field team took sixth out of eight teams at the Ron Burling Invitational on May 10 at Menomonee Falls High School.

Huven won the 100-meter hurdles in 15.32 seconds and the 300 in 49.09 seconds. Reese Parish took the 100 dash in 13.03 seconds, and Ryle Callahan placed second in the pole vault clearing 10 feet.

Whitefish Bay boys tennis

Whitefish Bay went 2-0 in dual meets last week before taking second at the Manitowoc Lincoln Invitational. 

The Blue Dukes cruised to a 7-0 win over Grafton on May 9 in a North Shore dual meet before collecting a 6-1 win over New Berlin West on May 10.

At Manitowoc Lincoln, Bay cruised to 7-0 wins over Green Bay Notre Dame and the host Ships. 

Patrick Conta, Christopher Hastings, Jack Gonzales and Marcus Ellinas won singles matches against Grafton and Ben Rackovan and Jacob Gurican, Will Korbitz and Toyo Borgmann and Jack Lyons and Thomas Gonzales collected doubles victories.

Grey Waedekin, Jack Gonzales and Hastings earned singles wins over New Berlin West. Rackovan and Gurican, Korbitz and Borgmann and Ben Huegel and Jack Styer swept the doubles flights. 

Conta, Waedekin and Hastings went 2-0 at Manitowoc Lincoln, as did the doubles teams of Rackovan and Gurican, Korbitz and Borgmann and Lyons and Thomas Gonzales. 

Whitefish Bay girls track 

With 125.5 points, Whitefish Bay's girls track and field team placed third behind Grafton and Port Washington at the Grafton Invitational on May 12.

Maya McWilliams won the 100-meter dash in 12.93 seconds and Susanna Evans took the 200 in 26.80 seconds.

The relay team of Meghan Grimm, Evans, Maddie Smerlinski and McWilliams teamed to win both the 4x100 in 51.18 seconds and the 4x200 in 1 minute, 46.75 seconds.

Ava Fleming was the runner-up in the pole vault clearing 8 feet, six inches.

Whitefish Bay softball

Whitefish Bay followed up a successful week in which it won its own tournament by going 2-1 in North Shore Conference contests to even its overall record at 10-10. 

The Blue Dukes recovered from a 9-8 loss to Port Washington on May 8 for a 16-3 rout of Nicolet on May 9 and a 4-1 win over Germantown on May 11. 

Bay scored twice in the fifth and sixth innings to take an 8-5 lead over Port Washington, but the Pirates rallied for four runs in the bottom of the seventh to win.

Gretchen Stock went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI against Port Washington. Sophie Hess drove in two runs and Hayden Nelson was 2-for-3 with a triple. 

Bay exploded for 20 hits against Nicolet, with Spector going 4-for-4 with two RBI and Hess finished 4-for-5 with five RBI. Stock was 3-for-5 with three RBI and Nelson and Makenna Wiencek each went 2-for-3.

Ava Alt earned the win over Nicolet by allowing two earned runs over five innings and followed up by not giving up an earned run in seven innings against Germantown. 

Sabrina Dornan was 2-for-2 in the win over the Warhawks. 

Whitefish Bay boys track

Whitefish Bay's boys track and field team took third at the Ron Burling Invitational on May 9 at Menomonee Falls High School and came in fifth at the Bulldog True Team Invitational on May 11 at Cedarburg High School.

Evan Murray won the 200-meter dash at the Ron Burling Invite in 22.25 seconds and was second in the 100 in 11.15 seconds. Rhys Koch took the 400 title in 51.90 seconds and Rowan Koch was second in the same race in 52.28 seconds.

Eli Dyer, Jimmy Zebell, David Potter and Robert Ali came in second in the 4x800 in 8 minutes, 29.48 seconds. 

Michael Kirkendoll Jr. starred for Bay at Cedarburg, winning the 110 hurdles in 15.68 seconds and taking second in the pole vault clearing 12 feet, 6 inches and in the triple jump at 44-02 1/2. 

Whitefish Bay boys golf

Whitefish Bay carded a 170 to place third at the North Shore Conference mini-meet at Ozaukee Country Club on May 8. 

The Blue Dukes then tied for sixth with a 330 in the Division 2 portion of the Lake Country Invitational on May 13 at Western Lakes Golf Course. 

Parker Kramlich led Bay with a 79, followed by Dan Oliaro (81), Mason Wells (81) and Christian Musbach (89).

Brown Deer boys golf

Brown Deer shot a 197 to take fourth place at the fifth Woodland East mini meet of the season at Whitnall Golf Course on May 9. 

The Falcons then carded a 221 at Brown Deer Golf Course on May 11 to come in fourth at the final Woodland East mini-meet.

Brown Deer track

Brown Deer's boys track and field team scored 44.2 points to take ninth and the girls team racked up 34 points to place 10th at the Richmond/Erickson Invitational on May 9 at Hart Park in Wauwatosa. 

Thomas Kelly won a pair of events for the boys team, taking the 200-meter dash in 22.68 seconds and the long jump at 21 feet. 

Darice Halsell was the runner-up in the 100 in 11.44 seconds, as was the 4x100 relay of Josh Wilkes, Kelly, Ahmad McClain and Halsell in 43.97 seconds.

Shelby Sellers took second in the 200 for the girls team in 27.07 seconds. Hannah Boyd was third in the 200 in 27.12 seconds and Kristiana Long placed third in the 400 in 1 minute, 5.15 seconds. 

The Falcons girls took sixth and the boys placed 10th at the West Allis Hale Invitational on May 12.

Boyd had a big day for the Brown Deer girls, winning the 200 in 26.85 and taking second in the long jump at 17-03. Shelby Sellers placed second in the 100 in 12.74 seconds.

The 4x100 team of Malena Edwards, Boyd, Ameerah McClain and Sellers took first in 50.66 seconds.

Kelly earned a second-place finish in the 100 in 11.22 seconds for the Falcons boys. Brown Deer also took second in the 4x100 throwers relay in 53.27 seconds with Eric Freuler, Elijah Schoenbeck, Jake Johnston and Troy Lambert.

Brown Deer boys tennis

Brown Deer went 1-2 in dual meets last week, including a 7-0 loss in a Woodland crossover match with Pewaukee on May 11. 

The Falcons opened with a 5-2 nonconference loss to Sheboygan Falls before wrapping up the Woodland East dual meet season with a 7-0 victory over St. Francis. 

Collecting wins against Sheboygan Falls were Rory Burmeister at No. 2 singles and Mitchell Meitkowski and Noah Stroehr at No. 3 doubles. 

Kyle Schroeder, Burmeister, Jetrin Lee and Phongyue Yang won singles matches against St. Francis, with Meitkowski and Bryce Graf, Chris Hubbell and Kyle Higgins and Fills Moua and Jonathon Her sweeping the doubles flights.

Nicolet boys track

Nicolet's boys track and field team took sixth out of 10 teams at the Ron Burling Invitational at Menomonee Falls High School on May 9 and fifth at the 10-team Bulldog True Team Invitational at Cedarburg High School on May 11.

David Dunlap won the 100-meter dash at the Burling Invite in 11.15 seconds. The Knights also took first in the 4x100 relay with Arslan Jumabayev, John Ford, Dakari Williams and Dunlap finishing in 43.45 seconds.

Ford was second in the 200 in 22.32 seconds, as was the 4x200 relay of Jumabayev, Keno Scott, Williams and Dunlap in 1 minute, 30.74 seconds. 

At Cedarburg, Williams won the 100 in 11.13 seconds, Dunlap took the 200 crown in 22.23 seconds, Ford claimed the 300 hurdles in 41.11 seconds and Matthew Aussem cleared 13-06 to win the pole vault. 

The 4x100 relay of Kamari Clayton, Ford, Williams and Dunlap won in 42.55 seconds. 

Ford was the runner-up in the 100 in 11.18 seconds. 

Nicolet boys golf

Nicolet shot a 179 to place fifth at the North Shore Conference mini-meet May 8 at Ozaukee Country Club. 

Shorewood boys golf

Shorewood took third place at the fifth and sixth Woodland East mini-meets, shooting a 182 at Whitnall Golf Course on May 9 and a 199 at Brown Deer Golf Course on May 11. 

Shorewood track and field

Shorewood's boys track and field took sixth place out of 10 teams at the Bulldog True Team Invitational on May 11 at Cedarburg High School.

The Greyhounds took second in the 4x200 relay with Julian Rodriguez, Charles Carignan, Luis Roche and Josh Melton finishing in 1 minute, 33.78 seconds. 

Cole Baumann took third in the 800-meter run in 2:04.91 and Anthony McGinnis was third in the 300 hurdles in 42.99 seconds. 

Brown Deer softball

Brown Deer went 1-3 last week, snapping an 11-game losing streak with a 17-1 victory over Saint Anthony on May 12. 

The Falcons dropped three games Woodland Conference games to start the week, losing 15-0 to South Milwaukee on May 8, 9-5 to Cudahy on May 9 and 23-4 to South Milwaukee on May 11. 

Brown Deer was tied 4-4 through three innings with Cudahy before the Packers scored five unanswered runs. Mya McDaniel was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI against South Milwaukee on May 11. 

Kacie Zak and Emily Lyman each had two RBIs against Cudahy.

Hannah Stampa was 2-for-4 with four RBIs in the win over Saint Anthony. McDaniel was 3-for-3 and Maureen Murphy drove in two runs. Lyman allowed just one hit and one earned run with 14 strikeouts over five innings. 

Nicolet girls soccer

Nicolet opened last week by playing Homestead to a 1-1 draw on to move to 0-3-1 in North Shore Conference play. The Knights (4-7-3 overall) then fell 2-1 to Greendale in a nonconference match on May 12.

Josie Kelderman scored in the 74th minute to give Nicolet the lead against Homestead, but the Highlanders equalized in the 81st minute.

A goal by Kelderman put Nicolet in front 1-0 against Greendale. That lead stood into the second half until Greendale scored in the 67th and 77th minutes.

Shorewood girls soccer

The Greyhounds (5-6-1 overall, 3-4-1 Woodland Conference) dropped a pair of conference matches last week, losing 3-1 to New Berlin Eisenhower on May 9 and 4-1 to New Berlin West on May 11.

Abbey Drake had Shorewood's goal off an assist from Abby Schill against Eisenhower. Josie Lang scored from Caroline Fraser in the loss to New Berlin West.

Nicolet softball

The Knights had an 0-3 week, falling 11-0 to Grafton on May 8, 16-3 to Whitefish Bay on May 9 and 4-3 to Cedarburg on May 11. 

Allyson Janowski was 2-for-2 and Maddie Steffes was 2-for 3 against Grafton. Taylor Hall finished 2-for-3 in the loss to Whitefish Bay.

Nicolet (7-14 overall, 1-9 North Shore) led 3-2 in the seventh inning against Cedarburg, but the Bulldogs tied the game in the seventh and won on a walkoff RBI single in the bottom of the eighth.

Hall, Steffes and Miriam Maistelman each had two hits. Steffes allowed just one earned run over 7 1/3 innings in the circle.

Brown Deer girls soccer

Brown Deer went 0-2 in Woodland Conference matches last week, falling 13-6 to Pius XI on May 9 and 13-0 to Pewaukee on May 11 to fall to 2-8-0 overall and 0-6-0 in league play.

The Falcons were tied 3-3 at halftime, but the Popes scored 10 goals in the second half to pull away for the win. 

Shorewood softball

Shorewood went 0-6 last week to fall to 1-20 on the season.

In conference play, the Greyhounds lost 20-2 to New Berlin West on May 8, 15-0 to Greenfield on May 9, 15-2 to Greendale on May 10 and were swept in a doubleheader by Cudahy, 15-0 and 15-2, on May 11. 

Shorewood then lost 12-2 to Dominican in a nonconference game May 12. 

Jessica Crawford drove in two runs against New Berlin West and Zoe Stansbury was 2-for-2 against Greenfield. Stansbury had two hits and Crawford collected two RBIs in the loss to Dominican. 

 

 

 

 

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