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Wauwatosa East girls soccer

Wauwatosa East's girls soccer team won four of five last week to improve to 13-3-1 overall. 

The Red Raiders had little trouble with West Allis Central on May 9, cruising to a 13-0 victory. At 3-1-1 in Greater Metro Conference play, Tosa East sits in third place, two points behind second-place Divine Savior Holy Angels and three points behind first-place Brookfield Central.

Elyse Reagan had three goals in the win, while Jordyn Summerfield, Liz Bueckers and Sadie O'Neil each scored twice. Crosbie Kowalski, Willow Bangs, Emma Martin and Natalie Land also collected goals. 

Tosa East fell 3-1 to Glenbrook South (Ill.) in a nonconference match May 11 with Land scoring the lone goal. 

The Red Raiders bounced back to win three matches at the Beaver Dam Invitational on May 13, earning a 6-0 win over Beaver Dam, a 4-0 victory over Fort Atkinson and a 3-1 win over Reedsburg. 

Kowalski and Sydney Halstead each had two goals against Beaver Dam, while Bueckers and O'Neil also scored.

Bueckers scored three times, and Mariana Ibanez-Baldor added a goal in the win over Fort Atkinson. Ibanez-Baldor put the Red Raiders up 1-0 against Reedsburg and answered again after Beavers tied the match. Martin gave Tosa East cushion with a goal in the 40th minute. 

Wauwatosa West girls soccer

Wauwatosa West went 1-0-1 last week to improve to 6-2-3 overall and in second place in the Woodland Conference at 6-1-1. 

The Trojans began the week by playing New Berlin West to a 2-2 draw on May 9.

New Berlin West, ranked No. 9 in Division 3, took a 1-0 lead in the 24th minute. Tosa West tied the match on a goal by Emily O'Connell in the 38th minute and took the lead in the 42nd minute on another score by O'Connell. The Vikings struck in the 84th minute to equalize. 

Tosa West was able to hold on for a 5-4 win over Greendale on May 11.

The Trojans turned a 1-1 halftime score into a 3-1 lead it would not relinquish despite the Panthers continuing to pull to within a goal. 

O'Connell and Erin Schaut each had two goals with Irene Phillips also scoring.

Wauwatosa West boys track 

Wauwatosa West scored 75 points to take fifth place out of 13 teams at the Richmond/Erickson Invitational on May 9 at Hart Park. 

Ean Haller won the 110-meter hurdles in 15.59 seconds and was second in the 300 hurdles in 40.92 seconds. Paris Howell took the high jump title by clearing 6 feet, 2 inches and was the runner-up in the long jump at 20-07 1/2.

Haisam Rihawi placed second in the discus throwing 133-11 and Justin Burks was third in the triple jump at 41-03 1/4. 

Wauwatosa West girls track and field

The Trojans placed eighth at the 12-team Richmond/Erickson Invitational at Hart Park on May 9.

Cheri'A Adams won the 100-meter dash in 12.80 seconds and the triple jump at 35 feet, 4.5 inches. Kayla Crump took first in the 300 hurdles in 47.18 seconds and Breanna Weigman won the high jump clearing 5-04. 

Wauwatosa East softball

Wauwatosa East snapped a six-game losing streak with a 12-0 victory over West Allis Central on May 12. The Red Raiders went 1-3 overall last week to fall to 9-10 and 6-5 in the Greater Metro. 

Tosa East began last week with three consecutive Greater Metro Conference losses, falling 9-2 to Sussex Hamilton on May 8, 15-4 to Menomonee Falls on May 9 and 12-5 to West Allis Hale on May 11.

Riley Breider, Shea Murphy and Morgan Schmanski all had two hits in the loss to Hamilton. Schmanski was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs, Cora Bilitz went 2-for-3 and Breider drove in two runs against Falls. 

Tosa East led 4-3 through four innings against Hale before the Huskies scored nine runs in the fifth. Bilitz finished 3-for-3 with three doubles and two RBIs against Hale and Murphy was 2-for-3. 

The Red Raiders used an 11-run fourth to pull away from West Allis Central. Analiese Glawe drove in three runs and pitched five scoreless innings with nine strikeouts.

Wauwatosa East boys tennis

Wauwatosa East went 1-2 in Greater Metro Conference dual meets last week, falling 6-1 to Menomonee Falls on May 9, collecting a 7-0 win over West Allis on May 10 and losing 7-0 to Brookfield East on May 11.

Alex Hayek had Tosa East's lone win against Falls, claiming a 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 3 singles.

Josh Erdtmann, Mitchell Weinberg-Kinsey, Hayek and Jordan Salentine won singles matches against West Allis, with Jacob Muenzenberger and Vince Teofilo, Tyler Easton and Brenden Hicks and Elliot Agpoon and Quinn Wedel sweeping the doubles flights.

Wauwatosa East girls track

Led by event titles from Elsa Klein and Brooklyn Blackburn, Wauwatosa East's girls track and field team took fourth place at the 13-team Richmond/Erickson Invitational it hosted May 9 at Hart Park.

Klein won the 1,600-meter run in 5 minutes, 38.49 seconds, while Blackburn took the title in the 100 hurdles in 15.86 seconds.

Andrea Mabie took second in the 1,000 in 3 minutes, 24.37 seconds. 

The Red Raiders placed fourth at the West Allis Hale Invitational on May 12. 

Blackburn won the 100 hurdles in 15.30 seconds, while Sydney Evans took the 1,600 in 5:46.37, Abby Wood claimed the 400 in 1:00.27 and Klein took first in the 800 in 2:28.82. 

The relay of Hannah Brooks, Toni Bonds, Melina Paul and Blackburn won the 4x200 in 1:49.25.

 

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