Wauwatosa East's baseball team dropped three of four games last week, dropping its season record to 3-12 overall and 1-9 in the Greater Metro Conference.
The Red Raiders lost 6-1 to Menomonee Falls on June 12 before picking up their first conference victory of the season with a 10-1 rout of West Allis Central on June 13.
Tosa East then closed the week with a 3-1 loss at Brookfield Central on June 15 and a 3-0 defeat at Oak Creek on June 16.
Menomonee Falls scored three runs in the first inning and led 5-0 after three innings en route to a 6-1 win over the Red Raiders.
George Dizard, Chris Fuerst and Aaron Plaisted each had two hits in the loss.
Tim Fuerst started on the mound and pitched four innings, allowing four earned runs on seven hits with a walk and two strikeouts. Isaac Martin did not allow an earned run over three innings of relief.
West Allis Central
Tosa East scored five times in the first inning before adding insurance late in a 10-1 win over West Allis Central.
Jeff Mason, Plaisted and Liam Mayer hit run-scoring singles in the first and two additional runs scored on an error.
The Red Raiders added two runs in the fifth and sixth innings and capped the scoring with a run in the seventh.
Plaisted surrendered just one run on two hits with three walks and two strikeouts in a complete-game effort. He also finished 2-for-3 with an RBI at the plate.
Mason went 3-for-5 with two RBIs, Mayer was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Sam Rutkiewicz was 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Tosa East's bats went cold at the end of last week, beginning with a 3-1 loss to Brookfield Central on June 15.
The Lancers went up 2-0 in the first, but Martin settled in on the mound, allowing just one earned run on three hits over six innings.
Tosa East pulled to within 2-1 in the third on an RBI single by Mason. The Red Raiders could not muster anything more off Lancers right-hander Michael Hinz, who allowed five hits and one earned run in a complete game.
Blake Kratzer had two of Tosa East's five hits.
The Red Raiders had just five hits in a 3-0 loss to Oak Creek on June 16.
Mason kept the Knights off the scoreboard for four innings, but Oak Creek broke through for three runs in the fifth off of Brian Mahan. Phillip Harper pitched a scoreless sixth inning.