Whitnall finished the week competing at Kapco Park in Mequon, site of the WIAA summer baseball state tournament, splitting games against Germantown and Whitefish Bay.

In a 4-3 win over Bay, the Falcons scored four times in the fifth, buoyed by a three-run home run from Ryan Bigalke. Stephan Flores went the distance for the win.

In a 7-2 loss to Germantown, Dillon Peters had three hits for the Falcons.

Whitnall defeated Brown Deer to open the week June 12, 10-0. Joe Tilley allowed one hit in five innings, and Brady Cunningham posted two doubles and five RBIs. Whitnall topped Brown Deer the following day, 12-1. This time, it was Erik Tillman’s turn to yield just one hit in five innings. Cunningham had another three RBIs.

The Falcons also landed an exciting 6-5 win over Wauwatosa West on June 15 when Danny Belknapp drew a two-out walk with the bases loaded in the seventh to plate the winning run. Whitnall had loaded the bases with nobody out before a force out at home and a line out.

Tosa West had scored twice in the top of the seventh to tie the game. Jonah Bzdawka finished with three hits and two RBIs.

 Greenfield (7-6) went 3-2 last week, with a sweep of South Milwaukee, a 23-9 loss to Greendale, 13-0 win over Brown Deer and a 7-6 loss to Brookfield East.

Brandon Lobacz posted four RBIs in the close win over South Milwaukee, and he went 3 for 5 in the blowout win, with Zech Broyles adding two RBIs. Drew Kassel doubled and tripled in the loss to Greendale, and Devon Jorgensen worked five clean innings against Brown Deer. Also against Brown Deer, Broyles drove in four runs, with two RBIs apiece for Kyle Jablonski and Jesse Sponholz.

West Allis Central (5-8) won once last week, a 7-5 decision over Brookfield East, with three other games ending in setbacks. Danny Llanas had three RBIs in the winning effort, and Kurt Mlachnik went 3 for 4 with two runs scored. Cameron Drury got the win on the hill.

Mike Wilcox went 3 for 4 with three runs scored, and Jake Fierst went 4 for 5 in a narrow 11-10 loss to Sussex Hamilton on June 16.

West Allis Hale (0-9) remains on the lookout for its first win despite a close call against Greater Metro second-place squad Franklin on June 15, a 7-6 loss when the Sabers scored in the bottom of the seventh. Tyler O’Brien had two hits and two RBIs for Hale, and Michael Schmidt and Joey DiTorrice added two hits each.