Isiah Culp and Max Andrade both claimed championships for Greenfield at the Marquette Invitational on Dec. 10.

Culp won at 106 pounds and Andrade at 126 pounds for the Hustlin' Hawks, who finished third with 206 points in the 14-team meet, which was won by West Bend East at 233½ points.

"Isiah was dominant in his matches and pinned his way through the tournament," coach Mike Weller said. "Max had three matches and recorded a pin in each. I really liked his aggressive approach in all of his matches."

Taking second were Michael Reyes (113), Alex Schroeter (120), Mateo Arteaga (145) and Deven Guibord (220), and Nat Schroeter came in third at 132.

"Mateo took a big step forward," Weller said. "Opponents really had a tough time escaping from his ride, and he was able to earn two pins and a major decision. Grant Stanioch filled in at 138 and was able to capture sixth in his first varsity tournament this year with three victories and two pins."


The Huskies went 3-0 to win a four-team round-robin tournament at Sheboygan Falls on Dec. 10.

Hale downed North Fond du Lac, 58-18; St. Lawrence Seminary, 78-3; and Sheboygan Falls, 48-27.

Going 3-0 were Charlie Wagner at 113 pounds, Alex Sino (120), Marshall Rushton (138), Bryan Jordan (152), Cody Kibler (160), Austin Spitzer (170), Dylan Allen (182) and Juniel Vega (195).


Putting their offense into high gear, the Hustlin' Hawks knocked off Pius XI, 77-70, on Dec. 9.

Manny McDonald scored 20 points; Donnie Reasby added 17 points to go with seven steals and six assists; Rayvon Bartlett Jr. collected 15 points and nine rebounds; and Jared Davis 14 points and 10 boards. Those three players combined for eight 3-point field goals.

"We want to set the tempo and be aggressive," coach Kyle Johnsen said. "We like to attack and go. We try to get layups because they are the easiest shots."

Reasby, who did not play last season, has started this year well.

"He is our floor general," Johnsen said. "He can see the whole floor and can shoot and drive. He gets our kids going."

Greenfield dropped a 78-71 game to Pewaukee on Dec. 6 despite 21 points from Eric Malone, 16 by McDonald, 14 from Davis and 10 by Bartlett. The Hawks, who have had a different top scorer in each game, netted 11 3-pointers.


The Falcons bounced back from a slow first half to down New Berlin Eisenhower, 46-38, on Dec. 9.

"We got after the players in the locker room (at halftime) and told them they have to generate some enthusiasm," coach Steve Kujawa said. "In the second half, we played great defense, and our defense became our offense with some breakaways off turnovers."

Kevion Taylor led the Falcons with 14 points, and Tyler Herro added 12 points.

Whitnall downed Greendale, 59-43, on Dec. 6 with Herro tallying 19 points on 8-of-11 shooting, plus three rebounds, two assists and two steals. Joey Tilley had 14 points and four steals; Taylor 10 points, seven rebounds and two assists; and Dan Alexopoulos 10 points for the Falcons (4-1 entering this week).


The local co-op squad tallied 115.7 points for third place in the Jefferson Invitational on Dec. 9.

Marlea Mastropolo won the balance beam with 8.0 points, and teammate Kate Schumacher was seventh with 7.65 points.

Schumacher came in third on the uneven parallel bars (7.85) and Mastropolo fifth (7.625). Mastropolo was third in floor exercise (8.125) and Schumacher fifth in vaulting (8.25).

West Allis was sixth with 120.575 points in the Franklin Invitational on Dec. 10.

Mastropolo took ninth on the beam (8.65) and 14th in floor (8.625) and tied for 22nd in vaulting (8.250), and Schumacher tied for 21st on the bars (8.0). Mastropolo was 13th in all-around (32.875) and Schumacher 15th (32.4).

Other gymnasts competing were Courtney Niemczyk, Mara Wells, Kennedy Ory, Alivia Dufay and Rebecca Borowski.


A short-handed unit split two games last week, topping Hartford, 50-30, on Dec. 6 and falling to Brookfield East, 52-37, on Dec. 9.

The Huskies faced Hartford without Alyssa Cruz and Ashley Levack (both with the flu) and with Abby Arena limited in her return from pneumonia.

KellyAnn Sotiros totaled 8 points, eight rebounds, six assists, four steals and two blocked shots. Lexi Sevedge and Linda Hensel each scored 8 points; Abi Stevens 7 points and four rebounds; Julie Palesse 6 points and five assists; Zoe Burczyk 6 points and five boards; and Arena 6 points, four rebounds and three blocks.

Against East, Hale fell behind, 10-0, and then came back but could not catch the Spartans. Sotiros led with 12 points and 13 rebounds and Burczyk 6 points.


The Hustlin' Hawks played Pewaukee tough but fell short, 55-52, on Dec. 6 in a Woodland Conference game.

"We put a solid game together with a few lapses in decisions," coach Rob Graetz said. "With 40 seconds left in the first half, we had a 2-point lead and proceeded to give up 7 points on a few poor choices to go down by 5 at the half."

Ratka Karac tallied 15 points, Sophia Valero 11 points, Morgan Lesieur 10 points and Emma Graetz 8 points.

The Hawks lost to powerful Pius XI, 52-39, on Dec. 9 despite 11 points from Graetz, 10 by Valero and 6 points from Karac.


Paysharne Jelks scored 12 points and Glenn Martin and Jared Welsch each 8 points in a 56-45 loss to Sussex Hamilton on Dec. 9.

The Bulldogs fell behind 34-14 at the half and battled back with a 31-point second half but could not make up the difference. Their free-throw shooting troubles continued with 6-of-16 at the line.


Antoinette Powell scored 14 points and Nikita Conroy 12 in a 64-52 loss to Milwaukee Riverside on Dec. 6.

The Bulldogs were within 30-27 at the half but were outscored, 34-25, in the second half.

Central also lost to Sussex Hamilton, 85-24, on Dec. 9. Conroy tallied 17 points, and Teziya Taylor added 6 points.


Cold shooting hurt the Falcons in two losses last week: 59-20 to New Berlin Eisenhower on Dec. 9 and 40-37 to Greendale on Dec. 6.

Whitnall shot just 22 percent from the floor and hit just 6-of-18 at the free-throw line against Greendale. Jaden Kelley scored 13 points and Sierra Grubor 10.

The Falcons hit 29 percent and made just two free throws against the Lions, plus committing 23 turnovers. Grubor led the way with 6 points.


The 800-yard freestyle team scored the lone points for the Wave in the Classic 8/Greater Metro Conference Relays on Dec. 10.

The squad finished sixth with 10 minutes, 23.41 seconds. Names were not available.

The Wave finished with two points for ninth place in the meet, which was won by Waukesha South/Catholic Memorial with 124 points.