Wauwatosa West boys basketball

Wauwatosa West's boys basketball team lost a pair of games last week, falling 96-78 to Brown Deer on Jan. 31 and 51-48 to Whitnall on Feb. 3.

With five losses in their last seven games, the Trojans are 9-8 overall and 5-6 in the Woodland West.

Tosa West fell behind, 47-34, at halftime and couldn't recover against Brown Deer. Alou Dillon went 11-for-16 from the field and finished with 27 points, six rebounds and four blocked shots.

Tyrone Powell scored 26 points with six rebounds on 10-of-16 shooting. Paris Howell added 12 points, and Javaree Jackson scored 6 points with six rebounds.

As much as the Brown Deer game was an offensive battle, Tosa West's loss to Whitnall was a low-scoring affair.

Dillon led the Trojans with 13 points. Powell scored 11 points, Seveon James had 9 points and Howell added 6 points. Playing without University of Wisconsin commit Tyler Herro (knee injury), Whitnall was paced by Kevion Taylor with 29 points.

Tosa West was scheduled to host Greendale (8-10, 4-8 Woodland West) on Feb. 7 and will host New Berlin West (7-9, 3-9) at 7:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10.

Brookfield Stars boys hockey

Arrowhead opened the third period with three unanswered goals to send the Brookfield Stars to a 5-3 loss on Feb. 2.

Michael Chavez scored just 2:44 into the game to put Brookfield up, 1-0. Arrowhead took a 2-1 lead in the second period, but a goal by Eric Sinson tied the game at 2-2 heading to the third period.

The Warhawks went up 3-2 with 7:59 left and found the back of the net again just 16 seconds later. Trailing, 5-2, Gabe Lehnerer pulled the Stars to within 5-3 with 1:35 remaining, but Brookfield would get no closer.

Ethan Rentmeester, Dylan Widmer, Chavez and Lehnerer all had assists for the Stars.

Brookfield, now 7-14-0 overall, finished tied for sixth in the Classic 8 Conference at 2-5-0. The Stars will wrap up the regular season with a pair of games at The Ponds, as they will host Madison Memorial at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10, and Germantown at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11.

Brookfield Glacier girls hockey

The Glacier closed out the regular season by winning two of the three games they played last week.

Brookfield earned an 11-1 win over the Icebergs on Jan. 31 and opened the Eastern Shores Conference tournament with a 6-5 win in overtime over Arrowhead on Feb. 1 before falling, 7-0, to the Fox Cities Stars on Feb. 4.

Hadley Malcolmson scored six goals and had an assist against the Icebergs, while Zoe Sternberg and Lauren Ragon scored twice and Hannah Sternberg also had a goal. Zoe Sternberg, Mikayla Pascavis and Kayleigh Schmor each had two assists.

The Glacier let a 5-2 lead slip away against Arrowhead, but Malcolmson found the back of the net just 1:17 into overtime for a 6-5 win. Malcolmson and Zoe Sternberg each scored twice, and Caroline Forsmo and Pascavis chipped in with goals. Zoe Sternberg had two assists, and Alyssa Ragon, Bailey Sandahl, Emma Cairns, Malcolmson and Ragon had one helper each.

Kristin Woodcock made seven saves against the Icebergs, and Grace Elliot made 32 stops to beat Arrowhead.