The Hustlin' Hawks qualified their entire team for WIAA Division 1 sectional play this week by finishing third with 333 strokes in a regional meet on May 24 at Oakwood.

Aaron Rickfired a 78 to take third individually, and Sam Mendozaand Tyler Whittboth shot 80s to tie for fourth place. Kyle Jablonskishot a 95 and Zachariah Broylesa 102 for Greenfield.

The sectional was played on May 31 at Brightondale, and qualifiers advance to the state meet Monday, June 6, and Tuesday, June 7, at University Ridge.


A heartbreaking 7-5 loss to Catholic Memorial brought the Falcons' fine season to a disappointing end on May 28.

The WIAA Division 2 regional title game was suspended by rain on May 27 with Whitnall leading, 5-3. The Falcons fell behind 3-0 but tallied four runs in the bottom of the third inning, helped by a two-run single from Mackenzie Sutton.

When play resumed the next morning, the Crusaders tallied two runs in the fifth and one each in the sixth and seventh.

Sutton went 3-for-4 with a double and two runs batted in; Emily LaMonte2-for-4 with an RBI; and Haley Wynn2-for-4. Sarah Bauerpitched five innings with six strikeouts, and Alex Cimlerfinished.

The Falcons, who blanked St. Francis, 15-0, on May 25 in first-round action, finished the season at 20-5.


Ryan Petoskey, Zach Svecand Joey Genawall advanced from a WIAA Division 1 regional meet on May 24 to sectional play on May 31 at Wanaki Golf Course.

Petoskey fired an 87, Svec an 88 and Genaw a 94 at the regional meet. Brian Volkcarded a 99 and Jake Carr101 for the Huskies, who finished fifth as a team with 368 strokes.


Austin Braultshot an 89 in a WIAA Division 1 regional meet on May 24 to qualify individually for sectional play at Brightondale on May 31.

Max Thompsonfired a 92, Brady Cunningham93, Tyler Pierce94 and Kyle Radavich98 for the Falcons, who tallied 368 strokes for sixth place.


Jared Welschqualified for WIAA Division 1 sectional action earlier this week by firing a 96 in a regional meet on May 24.

Jake Perryposted a 98, Abe Elizondo102, Kurt Mlachnik105 and Zach Sparks108 for Central, which came in sixth with 401 shots.


Gabby Strasserscored the lone goal, assisted by Ashley Meinholz, as the Hustlin' Hawks tipped Madison LaFollette, 1-0, on May 24.

Greenfield held the lead with the help of defender Esme Sanchezand goaltender Carly Klug, who made eight saves, including one against a breakaway with under two minutes left.

The Hawks open WIAA Division 1 regional play at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, against South Division at home.


The Huskies downed Waukesha South, 9-5, in a first-round WIAA Division 1 regional game on May 25.

Melanie Millerhomered and drove in two runs; Linda Henseland Catherine Gerschwilereach had two hits and a run batted in; and Lexi Sevedgetwo hits.

Hale then lost an 8-1 regional title game to Oconomowoc on May 27 to see its season end.

The Huskies closed Greater Metro Conference play with an 11-4 victory over Wauwatosa East on May 23. Breanna Bolskartallied two hits and four RBIs; Julie Palessethree hits and two RBIs; and Sevedge, Lexi Hessand Maria Mundttwo hits each.


Hailey Malloytallied with four minutes left as the Falcons earned a 1-1 tie with Port Washington on May 26.

Whitnall begins WIAA Division 2 regional play at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at home against Greendale. The Falcons tipped the Panthers, 1-0, earlier this season.


The Falcons sent six qualifiers to a WIAA Division 2 sectional meet on May 25 but none advanced to the state meet.

In singles, Jason Dundaslost his first match, Jack Stempertook third place and Mike Rumageand Carson Johnsonboth finished fourth. In doubles, Jake Garmanand Gabe Danzlost their first match, and Joe Remschakand Gabe Quirinicame in fourth.

Dundas finished 17-3, Rumage 18-3, Stemper 16-5 and Remschak and Quirini 14-5 for the Falcons, who scored 23 points in the sectional for fourth place.


The Hustlin' Hawks sent nine entries to a WIAA Division 1 sectional meet on May 26 at Whitnall, but none advanced to this week's state meet.

Drew Staniochplaced fifth in the 400-meter dash at 52.19 seconds, seventh in the triple jump with 41 feet-1 inch and eighth in the long jump at 18-111/2. Elijah Rosariowas sixth in the high jump (5-8), and sevenths went to Deven Jakubowskiin the 300 hurdles (44.37); the 4x200 relay team of Jon Kaifesh, Arsenius Adoghame, Billy Pitroski and Donnie Reasby(1:33.24); the 4x100 relay team of Coleman Weis-Murphy, Adoghame, Kaifesh and Pitroski (44.7); and the 4x400 unit of Kaifesh, Sam Streeter, Abram Vizcarraand Stanioch (3 minutes, 34.64 seconds).

The 4x800 group of Dylan Kumbera, Dakota Kumbera, Chandler Schilz and Nat Schroetertook eighth (9:02.25) for the Hawks, who scored 19 points for ninth place.

Greenfield was fourth with 80 points in a regional on May 23, with Rosario winning the high jump (5-7).


Emma Graetztook fourth place in the triple jump with 33 feet-91/2 inches in a WIAA Division 1 sectional meet on May 26 but did not qualify for this week's state meet.

The 4x200-meter relay unit of Alyssa Roman, Julia Hyatt, Tosh Holmesand Madison Kuehnaucame in sixth (1 minute, 52.78 seconds), and the 4x400 group of Roman, Kuehnau, Graetz and Holmes placed eighth (4:23.75) for the Hawks, who were 14th with nine points.

Greenfield came in fourth with 42 points in a regional on May 23.


The local squad competed in a WIAA Division 1 subsectional meet on May 23 at Wauwatosa West but did not advance anyone to sectional play on May 25, seeing its season end.


The Hustlin' Hawks did not advance anyone out of their own WIAA Division 1 subsectional on May 24, and their season ended.


The Bulldogs fell to Kettle Moraine, 17-2, in a WIAA Division 1 regional game on May 25 to end their season.

Central also lost to Shorewood, 6-4, in the regular-season finale on May 23. Mary Martenshad two hits, and Kelsie Kraustook the loss.


The Huskies lost an 8-1 decision to Brookfield East in the Greater Metro Conference finale on May 24.

Hale begins WIAA Division 1 regional play at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at home against Milwaukee Hamilton.


The Bulldogs lost, 12-0, to Menomonee Falls on May 24 as Greater Metro Conference play ended.

They open WIAA Division 1 regional action at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at West Allis Hale against Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts/Juneau.

— Compiled by John Rech