Kelshawn Johnson won the 55-meter hurdles in 7.69 seconds for the Bulldogs in the state indoor meet at Whitewater on April 8.

For the girls, Madison Williams came in sixth with 16 feet, 11¾ inches in the long jump.


Thomas Hines claimed fifth in the long jump with 21 feet, 4¼ inches in the state indoor championships at Whitewater on April 8.

Sammy Miller finished sixth with 5-10 in the high jump for the Huskies, who were 20th with seven points.

Taking 15th were Tarique Rogers in the triple jump (40-10½) and the 4x200-meter relay of Hines, Josh Bobo, Kalik Gallimore and Angelo Estrada (1 minute, 37.17 seconds). The 4x400 unit of Tylor Sernec, Jon Rau, Marshall Rushton and Miller was 16th (3:43.3).

For the girls, Abigail Stevens finished 12th in the high jump (5-0).


The Hustlin' Hawks would like to continue the momentum for their program which was built last season.

Greenfield won the Woodland Conference East Division championship in 2016 and returns four varsity players.

"We are looking to build off that and continue to improve," coach Tony Sibley said. "We are trying to build up our freshman and sophomore numbers so we can remain competitive for the future."

Greenfield opened with a 157 to 197 victory over West Allis Central on April 4 at Greenfield Park. Sophomore Sam Mendoza shot 34, senior Kyle Jablonski 40, senior Zech Broyles 41, senior Tyler Whitt 42, junior Danny Palmer 43 and junior Caleb Brunner 52.

The Hawks then took fifth place in the 15-team Edgewood Invitational on April 8 with 68 points. Franklin won the meet with 61 points.


Alyssa Vilkoski pitched a six-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks in a 4-1 victory over Union Grove on April 8.

She was supported by Regan Schultz with 3-for-4, including a double, and a run batted in; Hayley Hoedel with a double and two RBIs and Taylor Johnson with 3-for-4.

The Hawks fell to Kenosha Bradford, 12-6, on the same day. Vilkoski had two hits, including a double, and drove in three runs and Schultz homered and brought in two runs.

Vilkoski took the loss, but only six runs were earned because the Hawks committed seven errors. She also struck out 11 for Greenfield, which moved to 3-1 on the season.


Megan Hodnik tallied a pair of goals and Tori Barnhart added one goal for the Falcons in a 3-1 triumph over South Milwaukee on April 6.

Whitnall also topped Pius XI, 4-0, on April 4 behind two goals from Maddie Ulik and one apiece by Hailey Malloy and Hodnik.

The Falcons played Kenosha Indian Trail to a scoreless tie on April 8 to close out the week.


Taya Fleischman came in second with 33 feet even in the shot put at the Woodland Conference Indoor Meet on April 7.

Nicole Fox finished third in the pole vault with a personal-best 8 feet, 6 inches and the 4x800-meter relay team of Alondra Arteaga, Amanda Arteaga, Sonja Mitrovic and Bridget Finn took third with 10 minutes, 55.14 seconds.

Neve Kronhelm captured fourth in the 400 dash (personal-best 1:05.8) and fifths went to Sonja Mitrovic in the 800 (personal-best 2:39.05), Sam Benzinger in the triple jump (33-4) and the 4x400 group of Benzinger, Kronhelm, Finn and Sam Loeffler (4:35.29).

The 4x200 unit of Benzinger, Brooke Klatkiewicz, Fox and Melissa Okus finished seventh (1:58.32) and Dijana Mitrovic eighth in the 1,600 (personal-best 5:55.97) for the Falcons, who came in seventh with 40 points.


Austin Marshall snared second in the pole vault with 12 feet even for the Falcons in the Woodland Conference Indoor.

Reid Miller came in fourth in the event (11-6) for the Falcons, who finished ninth with 22 points in the meet. Nick Hardin secured fifth in the 800-meter run (2 minutes, 8.46 seconds), the 4x800-meter relay was sixth (9:11.77) and the 4x400 group seventh (3:48.75).


The Huskies split a pair of games at Whitefish Bay on April 8, topping the host school, 11-2, and falling to West Bend East, 4-3.

Against Bay, Lexi Sevedge went 2-for-4 with two runs batted in, Julie Palesse 4-for-4 with an RBI and three stolen bases and Lexi Hess 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. Abby Muelrath picked up the victory, allowing six hits and striking out six.

In the East game, Amy Schmidt was 2-for-3 with a double and RBI.


The Bulldogs opened their season with a 157 to 194 loss to Greenfield on April 4.

Jared Welsch, a WIAA sectional qualifier last season, fired a 48, along with Kurt Mlachnik and Jake Perry. All are seniors.


The Hustlin' Hawks dropped a 4-3 dual meet to South Milwaukee on April 6.

Winners for Greenfield were Alex Ratlieff at third singles, Lazaro Acosta at second singles and Jaime Ruigomez at first singles. Ruigomez came back from 5-1 in the second set to prevail, 6-2, 7-5.


The local co-op dropped a 5-2 dual meet to Milwaukee King on April 4.

Winners were Cian Colony at third singles, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4; and the third doubles team of Zach Mui and Matt Garrett, 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 10-8.

The squad lost a 7-0 dual meet to Brookfield East on April 6.


The Huskies were blanked by Franklin, 4-0, on April 7 in a non-conference game.

They also lost, 10-0, to Brookfield Central on April 4.


The Bulldogs dropped a 13-0 game to Sussex Hamilton in Greater Metro Conference play on April 5.