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All of the local boys golf teams took part in the big Greendale Invitational at Morningstar on April 29, and Greenfield led the way with 12th place and 337 strokes.

Whitnall followed in 17th place with 361 shots, West Allis Hale took 19th at 372 and West Allis Central came in 21st with 430 strokes.

Aaron Rick paced the Hustlin' Hawks with an 81 to tie for 30th place individually. Tyler Whitt fired an 83, Jacob Schwartz 85, Sam Mendoza 88 and Kyle Jablonski 103.

Greenfield came in right in the middle of a pack of eight Woodland Conference teams, trailing Wauwatosa and Pewaukee (tied for first with 305); New Berlin Eisenhower (seventh with 320); and Greendale (11th with 335) and beating Whitnall, New Berlin West and South Milwaukee.

For Whitnall, Kyle Radavich led the way with an 83, and Max Thompson shot an 86, Brady Cunningham 90, Mitch Knapp 102 and Nate Yahnke 107.

West Allis Hale was paced by Ryan Petoskey at 90, followed by Jake Carr 92, Zach Svec 94, Joey Genaw 96 and Jake Schindelholz 104.

For West Allis Central, Kurt Mlachnik carded a 104, Jared Welsch 107, Zach Sparks 108 and Abe Elizondo and Jake Perry 111 each.

Here are the other highlights of a busy week for all local squads.

West Allis Hale

The Huskies placed 21st with 384 shots at the Kaz Invitational on April 30 at New Berlin Hills. Petoskey shot a 91, Svec 93, Genaw 96, Schindelholz 102 and sophomore Joey DiTorrice, in his first varsity meet this season, a 109.

Hale also finished 24th with 391 strokes in the Brookfield Central Best-Ball Tournament on April 27 at Wanaki Golf Course.

Svec fired a 93, Petoskey 96, Genaw 99, Schindelholz 103 and Carr 108 for the Huskies, who also posted a best-ball score of 79.

'We had a very busy week, with three 18-hole invitationals in four days,' said Hale coach Dan Mroczenski, 'with all of them in cool, windy conditions.'

A Greater Metro Conference mini-meet set for April 25 was postponed by rain and was to be made up earlier this week.

Greenfield

The Hustlin' Hawks opened the week on a good note, winning a Woodland Conference mini-meet on April 26 at Morningstar with 170 shots, topping South Milwaukee with 172 and Whitnall with 173.

The Hawks then took third place with 182 strokes in another mini-meet on April 28 at Dretzka Park. They trailed South Milwaukee with 175 shots and Whitnall with 177.