Wauwatosa East's boys cross-country team took fourth out of 14 teams at the Len Nikolai Invitational on Sept. 24 at Meadow Links Country Club in Manitowoc.

Henry Wellenstein continued his strong sophomore season by taking sixth with a time of 16:57.

Junior Ian Tyre came in 24th in 17:32, senior Eli Werner was 29th in 17:49, senior Jack Sveum took 37th in 18:09 and senior Jacob Collison rounded out the Red Raiders' scoring lineup with a 40th-place finish in 18:14.

Junior Jacob Odrzywolski (18:31) and junior Matt Doberstein (18:38) also ran for Wauwatosa East.

The Red Raiders will next compete at the Cudahy Invitational at Sheridan Park on Oct. 1.

East girls swimming and diving

The Red Raiders' girls swimming and diving team came in fourth at the Greater Metro Conference Relays at West Allis Central High School on Sept. 22.

Brookfield Central won the meet with 150 points with Menomonee Falls/Hamilton (147) and Brookfield East (145) close behind. Wauwatosa East finished with 113 team points.

The team of junior Perry Smith, freshman Aydan Peterson, freshman Kelly Onan and sophomore Shea Murphy came in second in the 200-yard breaststroke in 2:54.24.

Wauwatosa East got third-place finishes in the 200 freestyle (Smith, Murphy, Peterson, freshman Kyra Murdock) and the 200 backstroke (sophomore Ellie Romfoe, Smith, Murdock, Murphy).

The Red Raiders will face Brookfield East in a Greater Metro dual meet on Sept. 29.

East boys volleyball

The seventh-ranked Red Raider boys volleyball team picked up wins over Cedarburg and West Allis Hale last week.

Wauwatosa East easily took care of Cedarburg, 25-15, 25-5, 25-14, in a nonconference match on Sept. 20.

Senior outside hitter Charlie Hutson had seven kills and five aces for the Red Raiders against Cedarburg. Senior Joe Marx had 10 assists, and senior Eric Winter had five digs.

The Red Raiders picked up their first Greater Metro Conference win of the season with a 25-15, 25-15, 25-11 sweep of Hale on Sept. 21.

Winter had 12 kills against the Huskies, while senior Aaron Plaisted had four aces, eight kills and a hitting percentage of .636. Senior Blake Kratzer had six digs, and Marx had 19 assists.

East girls tennis

Wauwatosa East's girls tennis team dropped its final two Greater Metro Conference dual meets, losing 7-0 to Brookfield Central on Sept. 20 and 5-2 to Menomonee Falls on Sept. 22.

The rivalry dual meet between Wauwatosa East and Wauwatosa West was rained out for a second time this season on Sept. 19.

Picking up wins for the Red Raiders against Menomonee Falls were Katie Swenson at No. 4 singles (7-6, 6-3) and the team of Kat Terwelp and Erin O'Brien (7-6, 5-7, 6-4) at No. 1 doubles.

The Greater Metro Conference tournament was scheduled for Sept. 27 and 28. Wauwatosa East will compete in the Wauwatosa East subsectional on Sept. 30.

East girls volleyball

Wauwatosa East's girls volleyball team fell to 0-4 in the Greater Metro with a 3-1 loss at West Allis Hale on Sept. 20.

Hale took a 2-0 lead with set wins of 25-14 and 25-21. The Red Raiders kept the match alive with a 25-22 win in the third set, but the Huskies took the fourth set, 25-15.

Sophomore Chloe Tome had 12 kills and 28 digs for Wauwatosa East. Senior Johanna Taylor had nine kills and six blocks, and junior Tara O'Donnell had 18 assists, 13 digs, three aces.

East boys soccer

Wauwatosa East's boys soccer team moved to 1-3-0 in the Greater Metro with a 2-0 win over West Allis Hale on Sept. 20.

Junior Jalen Holley put the Red Raiders up 1-0 with a goal in the 43rd minute. Wauwatosa East extended its lead to 2-0 in the 78th minute on a goal from freshman Jimmy Mroz.

Senior goalkeeper Sam Rutkiewicz made four saves.

"The win against Hale was a solid one," Wauwatosa East coach Eric Dale said. "We certainly would have liked to have scored more goals, but we'll take a 2-0 win in conference, especially since we needed one."

Wauwatosa East will play at Whitman Field against Cedarburg on Sept. 29 and against New Berlin Eisenhower on Oct. 1.

Wauwatosa golf

It was a rain-marred week for the Wauwatosa co-op golf team.

The final nine-hole Greater Metro Conference mini-meet was rained out on Sept. 19, as was the 18-hole conference tournament on Sept. 21.

The conference tournament was rescheduled for Sept. 26 at Wanaki Golf Course.