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Sky's the Limit

Tom "Sky" Skibosh covers the Wauwatosa, Brookfield and New Berlin prep scene for Community Newspapers. If something is going on in local sports, Sky has an opinion about it. If you agree or not with what Sky says, we want to see your comments.

Some old year thoughts going into the New Year

Some quick thoughts on Brookfield and Wauwatosa basketball going into the New Year.

One of the most surprising revelations this year is Brookfield Central coach Mark Adams playing variations of a 1-3-1 zone. Adams is a strict believer of man-to-man defense, but with six of his eighth-man base rotation 6-foot-2 or bigger, it seemed like a natural move with the height and length of his team.

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BC Central leads the way for 4 local girls teams

My last blog touched on the four boy teams going into the New Year, here's a couple thoughts on the girls side in Brookfield and Wauwatosa.

Brookfield Central is the dominate team among the four. The Lady Lancers are 4-0 in Greater Metro Conference and 6-3 overall, with losses coming to Mukwonago (2-8) in the opener, Oak Creek (7-3) and Dominican (9-0).

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Crucial stretch for boys basketball teams

Tosa East basketball, Brook Central and East basketball.

The next week will be a crucial time for the Brookfield Central, East and Wauwatosa East boys in the Greater Metro Conference basketball race.

The Lancers and Red Raiders meet tonight at Tosa East and the Red Raiders will be looking to avenge their 58-44 beating at BC in the conference opener on Dec.3.

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Weekend Basketball thoughts

BC adn bE girls and boys basketball, Tosa boys and girls basketball

Wauwatosa East boys basketball coach Tim Arndorfer should be sending Brookfield Central basketball coach Mark Adams a bottle of his favorite beverage after the Lancers did the Red Raiders a big favor Friday night.

The Lancers easily handled Marquette and knocked them out of a first place tie with Tosa East, who travels to MUHS Tuesday night to meet the Hilltoppers, now carrying with them a one-game lead.

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