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Sports Shorts: May 22

May 19, 2014

MUSKEGO GIRLS SOCCER

The highlight of an up-and-down week for the Warriors came with the championship of the Muskego Cup Tournament on May 15-16.

Muskego blanked Kenosha St. Joseph 8-0 on May 15 behind three goals from defender Sydney Green. Aly Kohanowski tallied two goals and Angie Jasper, Arianna Cyrus and Ellen Kurth each put in one goal.

Goaltender Madelyn Runyan had to make just one save on the evening.

The Warriors then tied Racine Horlick 1-1 in the title match on May 16 and won the shootout 4-3. Kohanowski scored the lone goal in regulation and Runyan made five saves.

Muskego claimed the championship with five points, followed by Horlick at four points, Kettle Moraine three points and St. Joseph's no points.

The Warriors shut out Dominican 6-0 on May 17 as Kohanowski and Jasper each collected two goals and one assist and Kurth and Cyrus each tallied once.

Muskego fell 1-0 in double overtime to Waukesha North on May 13, managing just four shots on goal.

The Warriors came into this week at 2-2 in the Classic 8 Conference and 11-4-3 overall.

EISENHOWER TENNIS

The Lions opened the week at home May 13, dropping a 4-3 decision to Wauwatosa West in Woodland Conference action.

Ike won two singles matches — No. 2 Kevin Nitz (6-7, 6-3, 6-3) and No. 3 Jason Kolata (4-6, 6-4, 6-2). The other win came at No. 1 doubles with Nick Sommers/Isaac Surprenant (6-2, 6-2).

Then on May 15 in a crossover match, Eisenhower defeated St. Francis, 5-2.

Nitz (6-0, 6-1), Kolata (6-2, 6-4) and Pranay Vadapally (6-3, 6-4) won their singles matches.

Doubles winners were Sommers/Patrick McCormick (6-0, 6-2) and Mickey Sugar/Nitish Katta (6-1, 6-0).

EISENHOWER SOCCER

The Lions opened the week with a 10-0 win over Cudahy on May 13 at home.

Kristin Hesselbach scored two goals and added three assists, Cayley Farrell had a goal and an assist, while Sarah Farrell, Taylor Rickard and Caila Bachmann each had two goals and Kaitlyn Kurudza one.

Andrea Zubke had two assists while Christina Copolou and Gwen Gasper each had assists.

The Lions scored at five, eight and 14 minutes on goals by Sarah Farrell and two by Hesselbach for a quick 3-0 lead.

Then Kurudza scored at 23 minutes, followed by Rickard at 29 minutes, Bachmann at 32, Cayley Farrell at 35 and Bachmann at 39, right before the half.

Leading 8-0 at half, they then added goals by Sara Farrell and Rickard.

The game with Shorewood on May 15 was postponed because of wet grounds.

Ike has a 3-3 record in the Woodland Conference and 5-6-1 overall.

MUSKEGO SOFTBALL

Revenge was sweet for the Warriors against Arrowhead on May 15.

Muskego lost a tough 2-1 decision to Arrowhead earlier this season, which was the Warriors' only Classic 8 Conference defeat going into this week.

In the rematch, Muskego routed the Warhawks 13-1 behind a 14-hit attack. Annika Graves, Rachel Lensing and Christy Dachowski all drove in three runs, with Dachowski going 3-for-3 and Lensing 2-for-3.

Brianna Witter collected two hits and two runs batted in, while Jenna Klockow had two hits and one RBI and Delaney O'Keefe two hits.

Hailey Blount allowed five hits in six innings to get the victory.

The Warriors improved to 9-1 to lead the Classic 8, with four games left this week.

Muskego edged former conference rival Oak Creek 2-1 on May 16 to move to 20-2 on the season. Blount pitched a five-hitter and struck out nine and Dachowski had two hits.

WEST SOCCER

It was a solid week for coach Adam Bell's West Vikings as they went 2-1 in three Woodland Conference matches.

West beat Brown Deer, 12-0, on May 12 to start the season, taking a 9-0 lead at intermission.

Lexi Porter had three goals, Aubrey Tarmann had two goals and an assist, Alyssa Pastrich had two goals and Morgan Knuese and Lily Adkison each had a goal and an assist.

Tina Bedwell, Ryanne Martin and Jenna Brzeski added goals and Ewelina Schlomann had an assist.

The Vikings then lost at Shorewood, 4-0, on May 13, but turned around and shut out Greendale, 2-0, on May 15 at home to close out the week.

Brzeski scored in the 22nd minute on a pass from Pastrich for a 1-0 lead at halftime and then Porter put the game away with an unassisted goal in the 53rd minute.

West has a 6-2 Woodland Conference record and is 10-3-1 overall.

MUSKEGO BOYS GOLF

The Warriors came in fifth with 167 strokes in a Classic 8 Conference mini-meet on May 14 at Bristlecone Pines.

Evan Warwick shot a 39 to lead Muskego, while Jake Toby carded 41, Austin White 42 and Kyle Workeczewski and Matt Petersen 45 each.

Muskego was sixth in a mega-mini meet at Edgewood on May 16 with 323 shots. Toby fired a 73, Warwick and Matt Polivka 83, Petersen 84 and Workeczewski 89.

The Warriors came in sixth in a mini on May 12 at Merrill Hills with 171 shots. Toby carded 36, Petersen 44, Nick Rassmussen 45, White 46 and Polivka 47.

WEST TENNIS

West opened the week with a 6-1 loss to Whitnall on May 12 at home, as Jesse Pakula won at No. 1 singles (6-1, 6-2).

The Vikings then played better on May 15 in a crossover match, but lost 4-3 to Shorewood.

Pakula improved to 15-3 at No. 1 singles with a win at Shorewood (3-6, 6-4, (10-3)) for the only singles win against the Greyhounds.

Earning the other two wins were the No. 1 doubles team of Nick and Tyler Brandt (7-5, 6-3) and No. 2 doubles Danny Loeper/Michael Shannon (6-2, 6-4).

WEST GOLF

West finished fourth and third at the two Woodland West mini-meets this week.

The Vikings opened the week on May 13 at New Berlin Hills and finished fourth of six teams at the fifth mini-meet.

They shot a 173, topped off by meet medalist Andrew Knoll, who shot an even par 35.

Nate Ehrmann was next for West with a 43, followed by Jake Bednarek 46, Ryan Thompson 49, and Bryan Marx 55.

Then on May 15 at Woodland West Mini No. 6 at Dretzka, West shot 173 again, but finished third.

Knoll shot a 38 and tied with two others for meet medalist honors.

Ehrmann (44), Bednarek (45), Marx (46) and Thompson (49) rounded out the scoring.

The Vikings were 17th (368) at the Washington County Championship on May 17 at Wanaki.

Bednarek led with an 86, followed by three players in the 90s — Knoll (90), Ehrmann (94) and Marx 98. Eric Kennedy shot a 105.

EISENHOWER GOLF

Coach Dave Scheidegger was all smiles after his Lions golf team took first and second in the two Woodland West mini-meets this week.

The Lions hosted mini-meet No. 5 at New Berlin Hills on May 13 and won the event with a 162, beating out Pewaukee by one. Greendale (170), New Berlin West (173), Whitnall (196) and Greenfield (201) rounded out the total.

Issac Surges led the way with a 38, followed by Nathan Erickson (39), Steve Kraninger (40), Jake Lipski (45) and Jake Russell (50).

Then on May 15 at Dretzka, the Lions finished second (166) to the Pirates (161) at mini-meet No. 6. Rounding out the scoring were New Berlin West (174), Greendale (179), Greenfield (198) and Whitnall (199).

Kraninger led the way with a 39, while both Lipski and Erickson each shot a 42. Surges was right behind with a 43 and Russell had a 46.

"We're going in the right direction," Scheidegger said. "It's not how you start, but what you are doing when you finish. You don't want to get stale or stagnant."

Eisenhower finished out the week tied for 12th (357) at the Waukesha County Championship on May 17 at Wanaki.

Kraninger shot 80, Erickson 84, Surges 95, Dillon Karvala 98 and Joel Bruening 115.

EISENHOWER BASEBALL

New Berlin Eisenhower's new baseball coach Mike Vahovick has only two returning letter winners to work with this season.

Returning will be Peyton Cypress and Steve Hegeman but Vahovick has some promising newcomers to call on.

Junior Nick Vasic, freshman Joey Scaffidi and sophomores Tyler Samson and Drew Spadaro are among the new faces who could play an important role for the young Lions.

"As a new coach, I am bringing a new philosophy and excitement to New Berlin Eisenhower baseball," Vahovick said. "I expect this season's varsity team to be competitive.

"I see our middle infield defense and starting pitching to be our strengths. We are looking to improve on our approach at the plate throughout the season."

The Lions host non-conference opponent Brookfield East in an 11 a.m. doubleheader on Saturday to open the season.

— Compiled by Tom "Sky" Skibosh and John Rech

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