Midway through the third quarter of Milwaukee Bay View's 68-49 win over Racine Horlick on Tuesday night, Redcats coach Tyler Podoll implored his team, which was mired in a stretch of turnovers, to "keep it simple."
Bay View combination guard Carlin Dupree will join his cousins in the Division I ranks next year; Sunday he accepted a scholarship offer to play at North Dakota State.
St. Francis - It seemed as if Trevor Wattawa came out of nowhere. As it turns out, "nowhere" is the gymnasium and the weight room where the 6-6 senior spent each day in the summer of 2010.
Coach John Veal was pleased with the results after the Brookfield East wrestling team participated in the Cedar Grove-Belgium Invitational on Saturday.
Nicolet 65, Brookfield Central 54
Nicolet turned up its defensive pressure late in the third quarter and went on a 30-12 run the rest of the way to defeat host Central in the title game of the Luke Homan Memorial Tournament. The victory improved the Knights to 7-1 overall.
The East All-Stars earned a lopsided victory over a shorthanded West squad in the NOW/Milwaukee Wave All-Star game at the U.S. Cellular Arena. The game featured some of the area's best senior players.
Oak Creek's J.T. Schneider has been named the NOW All-Suburban Baseball Team's co-player of the year. The senior was named the Greater Metro Conference Player of the Year and batted .426 with four home runs and 22 RBIs.
South Milwaukee had a roller-coaster week, alternating wins and losses for five Southeast Conference games and ending up 3-2.
St Francis' Kayla Bieschke had the top throw in the discus and Bryana Banach led the shot-put competitors in the Woodland Conference Relays at Greenfield on May 5.
South Milwaukee lost two games to weather last week, but none on the field, winning twice.