WHITNALL GIRLS SOCCER
The Falcons split two Woodland Conference games last week, downing Cudahy, 3-1, on May 10 and falling to New Berlin West, 4-1, on May 12.
Scoring goals against Cudahy were Elle Kuciferin the 43rd minute, assisted by Tori Barnhart; Barnhart unassisted in the 69th minute; and Kucifer in the 90th minute on a penalty kick.
Barnhart and Kucifer teamed up for the lone goal against New Berlin West when Barnhart tallied off a corner kick taken by Kucifer.
The Falcons came into this week at 5-3 in the Woodland Conference.
WHITNALL BOYS TENNIS
A sweep of singles matches keyed a 5-2 dual-meet victory for the Falcons over Pewaukee in a Woodland Conference crossover meet on May 12.
Winning at singles were Jason Dundasin the top spot (4-1 in conference matches), Mike Rumagein the second spot (5-0), Jack Stemperat three (4-1) and Carson Johnsonat four (2-1).
The third doubles team of Joe Remschakand Gabe Quirini(4-1) was also victorious.
The Falcons will compete in a WIAA Division 2 subsectional at 9 a.m. Monday, May 23, at The Prairie School in Racine.
GREENFIELD BOYS TENNIS
Despite victories from Michael Konetzat first singles, Alex Ratlieffat fourth singles and the first doubles team of Chris Mooney and Vinnie Mane-Herrera, the Hustlin' Hawks lost, 4-3, to New Berlin West on May 12 in a Woodland Conference crossover dual meet.
Greenfield dropped a 6-1 dual to Brown Deer on May 11 despite a victory by Konetz at first singles in a super-tiebreaker, and the Hawks also lost to Milwaukee Ronald Reagan, 5-2, on May 9.
The Hawks will host a WIAA Division 1 subsectional meet at 8 a.m. Monday, May 23.
WHITNALL BOYS GOLF
The Falcons finished second with 189 strokes in a Woodland Conference East Division mini-meet on May 12 at Currie Park.
Whitnall took third place with 169 shots in another Woodland East Division mini-meet on May 10 at Brown Deer Park.
The Falcons were 10th with 385 shots in the West Bend West Invitational on May 13 to close out the week.
Whitnall will compete in a WIAA Division 1 regional meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 24, at Oakwood Golf Course.
HALE BOYS GOLF
The Huskies came in seventh in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on May 9 at North Hills Country Club with 200 strokes.
Zach Svecfired a 44, Ryan Petoskey49, Jake Carr53 and Joey Genawand Brian Volkboth 54s.
Hale captured 31st in the Lake Country Invitational in cold and windy conditions on May 14 at Brown Deer Park with 371. Svec carded an 89, Genaw 90, Petoskey 92 and Volk 100.
The Huskies will be in a WIAA Division 1 regional meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 24, at Brown Deer Park.
CENTRAL BOYS GOLF
Jared Welschcarded a 45 to lead the Bulldogs in a 181 to 196 dual-meet loss to Oak Creek on May 12 at Oakwood Golf Course.
The Bulldogs also finished eighth with 224 shots in a Greater Metro Conference mini-meet on May 9 at North Hills Country Club. Welsch posted a 50, Abe Elizondo53, Jake Perry56, Kurt Mlachnik61 and Zach Sparks64.
Central will take part in a WIAA Division 1 regional meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 24, at Brown Deer Park.
WEST ALLIS BOYS TENNIS
The local team lost to Brookfield East, 6-1, on May 11 in a Greater Metro Conference dual meet.
The lone victory came from Alejandro Nievesat second singles, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.
The team will compete in a WIAA Division 1 subsectional at 9 a.m. Monday, May 23, at Wauwatosa West High School.
GREENFIELD BOYS TENNIS
The Hustlin' Hawks played Pius XI to a scoreless tie in a Woodland Conference game on May 12.
They also dropped a 4-0 decision to Woodland leader Wauwatosa West on May 10.
HALE GIRLS SOCCER
The Huskies played Menomonee Falls tough but came away with a 2-0 loss in Greater Metro Conference action on May 10.
Goalkeeper Michelle Rohdecame up with 28 saves and allowed only two second-half goals in the defeat.
All season long, the Huskies have been a strong hitting team, but they met their match in pitcher Rose Dentice of Divine Savior Holy Angels, who tossed a no-hitter in a 5-0 game on May 12.
Hale's Abby Muelrathpitched well, too, allowing 13 hits but holding the Dashers scoreless until a five-run seventh inning.
CENTRAL GIRLS SOCCER
The Bulldogs fell to Wauwatosa East, 11-0, in a Greater Metro Conference game on May 11.
Central gave up six goals in the first half and five in the second to remain winless in the GMC.
The Bulldogs lost a doubleheader to Wauwatosa East, 17-0 and 15-5, in Greater Metro Conference action on May 9.
Central was no-hit in the first game, but Kelsie Krausand Makayla Mollesoneach had two hits in the nightcap. Kraus brought in two runs, and Molleson doubled.
— Compiled by John Rech