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The Wauwatosa West boys basketball team had a good week. Except for a missed free throw, it might have been even better.
Wauwatosa's wrestling team finished third and had two champions at the Woodland Conference Tournament on Feb. 6 at Tosa West.
The Wauwatosa West girls basketball dropped their fourth and fifth straight losses last week, playing one squeaker and a blowout in Woodland Conference West Division action.
The Wauwatosa East girls basketball team snapped a three-game losing streak to the top teams in the Greater Metro Conference by finishing the week with an impressive 51-37 win over Menomonee Falls on Feb. 5 at home.
The second annual Big Cheese Classic National Wheelchair Basketball Association Tournament is being held in Metro Milwaukee on Feb. 20 and 21 at Brookfield East High School, 3305 Lilly Road.
The Wauwatosa Hurricanes took third place in the Woodland Conference Tournament, and junior Danny Thomas won two individual titles.
The Wauwatosa East boys basketball team has lost three in a row and four of their last five games and need to turn the season around quickly if they want to avoid a one-and-done postseason.
Five student-athletes from Wauwatosa East will attend college and play their respective sports.
Former Wauwatosa East football/basketball player Bryce Beekman signed a letter of intent to accept a football scholarship to Southern A&M University in Baton Rouge.
The Wauwatosa West boys basketball team knocked off two teams from the Woodland Conference East Division last week and improved their record to 9-6 overall and 5-5 in the West standings.
The Wauwatosa East boys basketball team traveled to Marquette on Tuesday in hopes of springing a second upset against the Greater Metro Conference leaders this season. But the Hilltoppers had other ideas and pressed their advantage in the conference by defeating the Raiders, 75-55, to improve to 13-3, 8-2 in league play.
After splitting games with two Greater Metro Conference contenders last week, the Wauwatosa East boys basketball team had a huge game at first-place Marquette on Tuesday night.
The Wauwatosa girls basketball team dropped a 60-34 decision at Shorewood on Jan. 24 to open the week and then traveled to South Milwaukee on Jan. 29 and lost a 49-37 decision.
The Wauwatosa Hurricanes finished second, had three winners and set two records at the annual Bob White Invitational on Jan. 30 at Tosa West.
It was a tough week for the Wauwatosa East girls basketball team, who lost to third-place Brookfield Central, 71-51, on Jan. 26 and saw their seven-game winning streak snapped. Then they traveled to second-place Sussex Hamilton on Jan. 29 and dropped a 61-39 decision.