The Vikings opened the week with a 14-0 victory at Pewaukee on April 2, scoring six runs in the fifth inning to put the game away.
They took advantage of seven hits and 12 walks as Aubree Sentkowski led the way. She singled twice, homered, scored twice and drove in six runs. Mallory Klotz scored three times, Kelly Duggan and Alison Kuhne scored twice each.
Abby Kunz doubled and drove in two runs and earned the win, allowing three hits and fanning eight in five innings.
Muskego boys track
The Warriors posted four second places, including two individual efforts by Xavier Jansen, to come in third with 51 points at the Franklin Indoor Invitational on Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
Jansen was the runnerup in the 55-meter dash at 6.64 seconds and the 200 dash with 23.64. Muskego was also second in the 800 relay with 1:34.76 and the 3,200 relay at 8:37.44. The 1,600 team was fourth (3:37.49). Relay team names were not available.
Coming in fifth were Zach Matusinec in the 800 run (2:06.52) and Sam Schultz in the triple jump (41 feet, 3 inches).
Nick Spoerk took sixth in the 55 hurdles (8.64), Sebastian Miller seventh in the 3,200 run (10:28.8) and Andrew Salo eighth in the 800 (2:07.44).
West boys tennis
West lost at St. Thomas More, 4-3, on April 3, in the Vikings' first Woodland Conference match of the season, but bounced back to beat Menomonee Falls by the same score in a non-conference match the next day.
Winners were No. 1 singles Luke Hubert (6-0, 6-0) and No. 1 doubles Max Harty/David Franke (6-2, 6-2) and No. 2 doubles Matt Hartwig/Kyle Bartkuhn (6-0, 6-1).
The Vikings won, 4-3, over Falls at home the next day.
Hubert won (6-0, 6-0) and Sangyun Kim won at fourth singles in a thriller (4-6, 6-2, 7-5).
Harty/Franke (6-1, 6-3) at first doubles and Hartwig/Bartkuhn (6-1, 6-2) at second doubles accounted for the wins.
Muskego girls track
Sonya Ponzi won the 1,600-meter run in 5 minutes, 29.36 seconds at the Franklin Indoor Invitational at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside on Saturday.
Johna Radke took second in the high jump with 4 feet 10 inches and Courtney Bowen was third in the shot put at 32-8. Coming in fourth were Lexie Tremble in the 3,200 run (12:44.87), Lauren Kudronowicz in the high jump (4-8) and the 1,600 relay team (4:32.83).
Snaring fifth were Kelly Spoerk in the triple jump (32-2) and Morgan Marek in the 400 dash (1:03.35). Taking sixth were Anna Egan in the 55 dash (7.98 seconds) and Andi Pileggi in the triple jump (32-1¼).
Alyssa Jansen was seventh in the 3,200 (13:03.71) and eighths were taken by Abby Wichgers in the 800 (2:43.35), the 800 relay (1:58.87) and the 3,200 relay (11:50.61). Relay team names were not available.
The Warriors were fifth with 58 points in the 13-team event.
The Lions opened up with two Woodland Conference wins by a combined score of 14-0 last week and they now head into the break with an overall 3-2 record.
Jackie Vanderkolk had a huge week with five goals and two assists and goalkeeper Taylor Rickard turned in two shutouts.
First the Lions blanked the Packers at Cudahy, 9-0, on April 3 behind Vanderkolk's three goals and an assist.
Jenny Weiland and Kristen Hesselbach, each with two goals and two assists, and Cayley Farrell and Stefanie Panzenhagen, each with a goal, accounted for the rest of the scoring. The JV won also, 10-0.
Vanderkolk scored twice and added an assist to lead the 5-0 win over St. Thomas More on April 5 at home. Panzenhagen, Stephanie Bruno and Rachel Farrell scored the other goals, while Hesselbach added two assists and Taylor McArthur had one.
Vanderkolk (Hesselbach assist, McArthur assist) scored twice within a minute (5-minute, 6-minute marks) for a 2-0 halftime lead.
Hesselbach added her second assist on Panzenhagen's goal at 60 minutes and Brunco had an unassisted goal five minutes later.
Farrell closed out the scoring on a pass from Vanderkolk at the 70-minute mark.
Ike is now off until April 17 when the Lions play a non-conference match at Prairie School.
The Warriors earned a split of two Southeast Conference contests last week.
They downed Racine Horlick, 12-5, on April 3 behind a pair of two-run home runs from Renee Bennett and a two-run blast by Mackenzie Wagner, who finished with three runs batted in for the day. Annika Graves had two hits, with a double, and two RBIs and Liz Terp two hits. Outfielder Terp and third baseman Kelsey Noah were both solid in the field, head coach John Rosenberg said.
Joy Lees pitched the first five innings and posted the victory.
"We played much better than the day before," Rosenberg said, referring to an 8-6 loss to Kenosha Tremper on April 2.
The Warriors committed seven errors, making all the runs unearned.
Jessica Cattani went 2-for-3 with a home run and single and Graves had two hits and two RBIs. Also collecting two hits were Kelly Adams and Brianna Witter. Hailey Blount pitched four innings and took the loss, allowing six hits.
"We are pretty young and I expect us to improve with each and every game," said Rosenberg, whose team next is at Racine Park on April 17.
Eisenhower boys tennis
The Lions are led by senior captains Praveen Sankrithi and Michael Brill, and the squad also includes returning letter winners Blake Duffin, Phil Schinner, Michael Dunham, Teddy Jennaro, Steve Evans, Nate Lepak, Jake Zimmerman and Jordan Liebe.
Newcomers Mitch Baker and Ryan Fischer are also expected to make contributions, and the junior varsity squad is also full of developing talent.
Coach Mike Jenders said, "We expect to put in a quality showing during the conference season, thanks to a strong contingent of experienced varsity players. In our non-conference quads and tournaments, we will look to juggle the lineup with an eye toward taking players to the Division 2 State Tournament in June."
Eisenhower kicked off the 2012 Woodland Conference season with a 4-3 victory April 3 Wauwatosa West.
Winners were Sankrithi at No. 1 singles (6-4, 6-4), Duffin at No. 2 singles (6-1, 6-2), Schinner at No. 3 singles (6-0, 6-3) and Liebe/Baker at No. 3 doubles (6-3, 4-6, 6-3).
Muskego girls soccer
The Warriors dropped decisions of 4-2 to Mukwonago on April 3 and 3-2 to Oconomowoc on April 5 to slip to 3-2 on the season.
Aly Kohanowski scored twice against Mukwonago, one off an assist from Amy Klaus. Those were the sixth and seventh goals from Kohanowski on the season.
Goalkeeper Corey Mikorski made two saves against Oconomowoc but the Warriors still took the loss.
Muskego is now off until April 17, when it hosts Racine Horlick.
Eisenhower boys golf
Coach Dave Scheidegger said golfers won't hit the links until after spring break on April 17 when they play at Whitnall Park in the first Woodland Conference mini-meet of the year.
Senior Robbie McGinn, junior Mitch Arman and sophomore Jake Lipski are among the people to watch, Scheidegger said.
"We have high expectations for Robbie," Scheidegger said. "He is very passionate about golf and he is excited that the season is about to get started. Mitch works hard at it and Lipski is kind of a natural. I think these guys are going to grow as the season goes on."
Jake Sperka and Steven Zeske should also be heard from this year.
The Lions destroyed Wauwatosa West, 15-0, on April 4 in their only action last week, improving to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Woodland Conference.
Starter senior Jamie Kilps allowed three hits and fanned nine for her second win and had two hits and two RBIs to lead the 15-hit attack.
Junior Samantha Lewiston singled, doubled and drove in three runs and Bailey Meyer added two singles.
Ike gets back into action on April 17 when they host Whitnall (3-0, 2-0) in an early battle between first-place teams.
New Berlin West crushed Greenfield, 6-1, on April 3 at home in the Vikings Woodland Conference opener, their only action of the week.
The Vikings are now 2-1-1 overall and they host Sheboygan North in a non-conference match on April 17.
Lexi Porter scored twice and had an assist to lead the offense, as the Vikings had a 2-0 lead at intermission.
Porter scored an unassisted goal 1 minute, 2 seconds into the match and then Taylor Martin set up Elli Pappas for a score at 14:08.
Greenfield scored the first goal of the second half early, but Jenna Brzeski scored at 45:55 and Porter took a pass from Emily Sehulster and put in a shot at 48:28 for a 4-1 lead.
Leading 4-1, the Vikings put the match away when Porter passed to Cayla Holtz for a goal at 56:29 and Logan Omeroid scored on Sehulster's second assist of the match with a little under six minutes left.
- Compiled by Tom "Sky" Skibosh and John Rech
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