Muskego boys soccer
Andrija Novakovich exploded for 10 goals and goalkeeper Nick Oleniczak pitched three shutouts as the Warriors went 3-0 to capture their own Muskego Cup championship last weekend.
Novakovich tallied three goals and one assist and Oleniczak made three saves in a 4-0 triumph over New Berlin Eisenhower on Friday.
Muskego then blanked Slinger, 6-0, on Saturday as Novakovich and Mitchell Pope each scored twice and Oleniczak made three saves.
The Warriors then took on highly-rated Menomonee Falls in the championship game on Saturday and prevailed, 5-0, as Novakovich scored all the goals and Oleniczak came up with six saves.
Muskego next plays in the Al Gusho Tournament at Brookfield East this weekend, then opens Classic 8 Conference play at Waukesha North on Aug. 28.
Muskego girls tennis
Another invitational, another title.
The Warriors claimed their second tournament championship this season by winning the Delavan-Darien Invitational on Aug. 14 with 86 points. Kenosha St. Joseph's took second with 71 points.
Muskego won five of the seven flights, with singles titles taken by Amy Upthagrove at one, Emily Kleist at two and Jessie West at three. Capturing doubles crowns were Jessica Klamecki and Megan Hanjadi at two and Erica Baldwin and Kristin Kubel at three.
Lisa Krawczyk finished second at fourth singles and Elizabeth Jacoby and Julie Dusold came in third at first doubles.
"We were missing a few people in our lineup for this tournament and had to play people up to fill our roster," head coach Sue Vogel said. "Did these girls come through!
"Amy and Emily just dominated their flights. When Jessie pulled out her tough final match at third singles and then Megan and Jessica won their match at second doubles, I knew we had the championship clinched."
Vogel was particularly proud of the players who moved up at least a slot.
"These young players really stepped up and played like veterans," she said. "I am so glad they had their chance to shine."
Muskego girls swimming
The Warriors racked up 502 points to easily win the Fountainwood Funfest Invitational on Saturday.
Wausau East came in second with 387 points and Whitnall was third at 319 points.
Winning for Muskego were Megan Liebl in the 100 butterfly with 1 minute, 0.56 seconds and the 100 backstroke at 1:02.22, Kristen Kaiser in the 500 freestyle with 5:28.91 and the 200 medley relay unit of Jessica Pollack, Kari Balson, Liebl and Kaiser in 1:56.81.
Muskego must replace several key graduating seniors, including WIAA state champions Sami Pochowski and Emma Szczupakiewicz.
The New Berlin West girls swim team finished eighth at the Early Bird Invitational at Wauwatosa West on Saturday.
Madison Tew won the 200-yard freestyle (1 minute, 56.98 seconds) and finished second in the 100 freestyle (54.31) and Emily Szydlowski was fifth in the 200 IM (2:28.14) and 8th in the 100 butterfly (1:07.40).
The 200 free relay took fourth (1:50.04) behind Szydlowski, Jenny Graham, Amber Kazinski and Tew and the 400 free relay finished eighth (4:03.98) behind Szydlowski, Molly Wannamaker, Kazinski and Tew.
The 200 medley relay team of Alyssa Kaiser, Rayna Matthews, Wannamaker and Kayla Rasmussen finished ninth (2:10.76).
West girls tennis
The Vikings took fourth place in the South Milwaukee Tournament on Aug. 15-16, beating Racine Park, 6-1, and West Allis, 5-2, but then lost to Racine Case, 4-3, and Oak Creek, 6-1.
"We have a lot of new varsity players this year after graduating five seniors from the varsity team last year," coach Chris Viste said.
The Vikings had some good performances.
Junior Lora Daskalska had two wins at No. 2 singles, beating Miranda Fair of Racine Park (6-1, 6-0) and Ashley Palesse of West Allis (6-1, 3-6, (10-8)).
Sophomore Alex Weis at No. 3 singles had three wins, beating Bailey Kelley of Racine Park, Lauen Sklba of Racine Case (both wins were 6-3, 6-3) and Morgan Schlueter of Oak Creek (6-4, 3-6, (12-10)).
Fourth singles junior Nicci Poellinger also had three wins, 7-6, 1-6, (10-4) against Mariana Zaric of Racine Park; 7-6, 6-2 against Natalie Gross of West Allis and 2-6, 6-3, (10-8) against Valerie Wilk of Racine Case.
On the doubles side two teams combined for five wins.
Juniors Lauren Hugdahl/Kim Kramer at No. 2 doubles won three matches: 6-3, 6-0 against Racine Park, 6-2, 6-1 against West Allis and 2-6, 6-4 (10-6) against Racine Case.
Seniors Veronica Karolek/Brittany Buechs won twice: 6-2, 7-5 against Racine Park and 6-4, 6-2 against West Allis.
Eisenhower boys soccer
The Lions went 0-3 in the Muskego Tournament over the weekend and did not score a goal, falling to Muskego, 4-0; Green Bay East, 1-0; and Green Bay Preble, 4-0.
Eight of the nine goals against Eisenhower came in the first half.
West boys soccer
The Vikings took part in the Muskego Tournament on Friday and Saturday, going 0-2-1 in the three matches.
They lost to Green Bay Preble, 8-2, and Appleton North, 6-2, and tied Green Bay East, 2-2. No scoring information was available.
- Compiled by Tom "Sky" Skibosh and John Rech
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