TOSA GIRLS GOLF
The Wauwatosa girls co-op team came in third for the third straight Greater Metro mini-meet on Monday and is tied with Menomonee Falls for third place for the season with 17 points.
The Conference Championship Meet was Wednesday at Broadlands.
Brookfield Central leads overall with 29 points, while Brookfield East is next with 24. Divine Savior Holy Angels (11) and Sussex Hamilton (six) bring up the rear.
In the final mini-meet on Monday at North Hills, Tosa shot a 201, its fourth-best score in five outings.
Senior Sara Wollemann shot an impressive 45 at North Hills, seven under her best conference score.
Junior Zoe Jones had a 50, senior Jenna Lake had a 52, sophomore Brenna Blaney had a 54 and senior Dori Cloran had a 61.
"The greens were very fast and had challenging breaks," coach Sarah Sallmann said.
Brookfield East won the event (186), the first time Central, which finished second (194), didn't win the meet this year. Tosa's 201 was followed by Menomonee Falls (204), DSHA (208) and Sussex Hamilton (220).
WEST GIRLS SWIMMING
Wauwatosa West crushed Pius XI, 131-46, on Sept. 18 to begin the week.
"These first two meets (Greendale previously) have been great bonding and team building practice to help us get ready for conference relays," coach Heidi Goetsch said. "We have had already a lot of best times and it's only going to get better."
The Trojans put together 10 first-place finishes, including two relays.
Kristi Klammer, Rachel Stuberg, Mckinzie Halkola and Anna Larson of the 200 medley relay won in 2 minutes, 6.51 seconds and Jess Wilson, Kaitlyn Hembrook and Stuberg took first in the 200 freestyle relay (2:04.39).
West had two individual double winners in Allie Welsh in the 200 IM (2:29.14) and 100 free (100.74) and Larson in the 50 free (26.45) and 100 butterfly (1:05.55).
Hembrook won the 200 free (2:18.58), Ellie Krummel the 500 free (5:50.68) and Nina Best the 100 backstroke (1:14.52).
Tina Hartley picked up first-place points in the 1-meter diving (121,75).
The Trojans finished third (370 points) at the Port Washington Pirates Invitational on Saturday, behind Germantown (422) and Plymouth (387).
West had a double winner and three first-place performances.
Larson won the 50 free (25.95) and 100 free (56.51).
The 200 free relay of Stuberg, Halkola, Klammer and Larson also took first (1:46.20).
Other top performances were Krummel (third, 200 free) and Stuburg (second, 50 free and 100 breaststroke).
WEST GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
The Trojans finished ninth of 11 teams at the Whitefish Bay R. Vanden Avond Invite on Sept. 19 at Kletzsch Park.
Sophomore Anna Rogahn finished 32nd (17:22), senior Claire Langan was 38th (17:51) and junior Sarah Lau took 40th (17:59). Juniors Haley Barta (47, 18:24) and Hannah Doyle (48, 18:27) topped off the top five.
Also finishing were freshman Lauren Casper (52, 18:51) and junior Tessa Mallegni (56, 20:03).
"We raced twice in three days, plus had a hard workout on Tuesday," coach Jack LoPresti said. "Consequently, we did not race well all week, but that's OK, that's the idea. We hope to race well at Laser this Saturday."
Bay won the event with 31 points, while Tosa West finished with 205. The rest of the lineup was Wisconsin Lutheran (60), Sheboygan North (107), Cedarburg (143), Nicolet (148), Lake Country Lutheran (155), Brookfield Academy (179) USM (203), Racine Park (223) and Cudahy (321).
WEST BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Senior Taylor FloydMews finished second and Tosa West took seventh in the eight-team Marquette Invitational on Saturday at Washington Park.
Olin Hacker of Madison West (15:40) beat FloydMews (16:12) for the title.
Juniors Alec Kirtley finished 22nd (17:48), Brendan Michael was 37th (18:35) and Ryan Lisser was 46th (18:51), while senior Matt Barrett took 51st (19:14).
Sophomores John Dettlaff (53, 19:23) and Bobby Frank (58, 19:57) also ran for the Trojans.
"This was a challenging course after a challenge week of practice, so our varsity race times were a little off last week," coach Mike Vann said. "We'll be looking for a significant jump next week.
"Many of our JV and freshman athletes, however, showed great improvement. Freshman Liam Boyd and senior newcomer AJ Minucci posted personal best times to earn varsity positions for next week. Jacob Volcensek, Ian Noorlander and Chris Monty also ran notable personal bests to push for varsity spots."
Madison West took first (34), followed by Madison La Follette (53), Marquette (113), Brookfield East (122), Neenah (123), Kenosha Tremper (157), Tosa West (158) and Marquette Blue (231).
WEST BOYS SOCCER
The Trojans improved to 6-0 and remained in first place in the Woodland Conference soccer race.
They opened the week with a 2-0 win at Cudahy/St. Francis on Sept. 16.
"We were a bit inconsistent on Monday but did what was necessary to leave Cudahy with a win," coach Ryan Bailey said.
Jonathan Meyer and Riley Smith scored second-half goals for the win.
The Trojans shut out Shorewood, 2-0, on Sept. 18 at home, as once again they did their scoring in the second half on goals from midfielders DJ Dickson and Nick Stanisic.
"We were able to control the tempo for the whole match and finally broke through with two goals in the second half," Bailey said.
The stormy weather on Sept. 19 canceled the game at Whitefish Bay.
"We had another week where we got the results we needed," Bailey said. "We have been very efficient the last couple weeks in how we have played.
"Our defending has been organized and we have played simple and clean, making the other teams chase us. This group is learning how to win; the next couple weeks will be a lot of fun to see where we end up."
The Trojans went to Greendale on Monday and beat the Panthers, 4-1, scoring two goals in each half.
West scored at 6 minutes and 9 minutes for a quick 2-0 lead.
Jack Krenzien scored on a pass from Walker Haanstad and Stanisic had an unassisted score. Greendale scored at 34 minutes as West took a 2-1 lead at intermission.
Eight minutes into the second half, Meyer scored on an assist from Nolan Billstrom and Jorge Davila scored with an assist from Dickson at the 75th minute.
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