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Brookfield Central wrestling

Brookfield Central's wrestling team went 3-2 at the Plymouth Duals on Jan. 7.

Dayveon Martin (132) and Jake Somlai (195) went undefeated on the day at 5-0. The Lancers also had four wrestlers end the day at 4-1 in Max Miller (106), Matt Aulgur (152), Breck Duncan (160) and Nick Leszczynski.

Brookfield Central fell, 51-25, to Marquette in a Greater Metro Conference dual on Jan. 5.

Somlai earned a pin over Charlie Gehringer in 48 seconds at 220 pounds, and Leszczynski pinned Ian Gill in 43 seconds at 285 pounds. Duncan picked up a 10-2 major decision at 160 pounds, Dhruv Patel won 6-1 at 126 pounds and Alex Craig received a forfeit at 145 pounds.

Brookfield East wrestling

Brookfield East's wrestling team went 2-3 to take fourth place at the Travis Wichlacz Memorial Duals hosted Jan. 7 by West Bend East High School.

The Spartans opened the day with a 40-24 win over Menasha. After a 46-21 loss to Germantown and a 45-16 loss to Waterford, Brookfield East bounced back with a 45-34 victory over West Bend West before falling, 63-12, to West Bend East to close the meet.

Against Menasha, Saif Ibraheem won by pin in 3 minutes, 7 seconds at 152 pounds, and Lucas Mandella earned a fall in 3 minutes, 18 seconds at 113 pounds. Hunter Fischer won 10-2 by major decision at 145 pounds.

Mandella pinned his opponent in 3 minutes, 30 seconds, Stephen Multhauf won by pin in 2 minutes, 40 seconds at 120 pounds and Ibraheem won a 6-4 decision against West Bend West.

David Holzem's 6-1 decision at 138 pounds was Brookfield East's lone victory against Germantown. Ibraheem won 12-11 at 160 pounds, Dylan Thavong claimed a 9-3 victory at 106 pounds and Multhauf earned a 10-0 major decision at 120 pounds against Waterford. Nick Martin won by fall in 29 seconds at 182 pounds for the Spartans' only win in the West Bend East dual.

Brookfield East lost, 53-20, to Menomonee Falls in a Greater Metro Conference dual on Jan. 5.

Brookfield gymnastics

Returning after the holiday break, the Brookfield girls gymnastics team claimed a dual-meet victory over Menomonee Falls/Germantown on Jan. 4 and put forth a strong showing in a second-place finish at the Waterford Invitational on Jan. 7.

Brookfield downed Falls/Germantown, 136.125-124.175.

Lexi Romero won the all-around with a score of 35.6. She also won the floor exercise (9.3) and the balance beam (8.7) and took second place on the bars (8.65) and on the vault (8.95).

Caitlin Locante scored 35.375 in the all-around to come in second. She won the vault (9.0) and the bars (8.9) and placed second on the beam (8.25) and in floor exercise (9.225).

Christina Kirmis took third place on the bars (8.1), Rose Dundun was third on the beam (8.225), Lexi Penney was third on the floor (8.95) and Sophie Latona took third in the all-around (30.575).

"It was nice to compete again," Brookfield coach Erin Kokta said. "The girls have been working on new skills, and we have started to integrate those into routines. We always love traveling to Falls as they are gracious hosts that put on a great meet. It is the closest we get to having a home meet, so it is great to have the larger fan support and to see the team alumni back to visit over their college break."

With a season-best score of 141.125, Brookfield was second behind defending state runner-up Kenosha (146.275) and just ahead of defending state champion Franklin Combined (140.075) at the Waterford Invite.

"This was an amazing team achievement, as it shows what they are capable of and how much their hard work is paying off," Kokta said. "With one of our team leaders being gone for the day, it shows the depth of our team this year and how the younger girls have the composure to step up when they are needed."

Romero took second in the all-around with a score of 37.575, which was the second-best score in program history and just 0.1 points shy of the record. She was first on the vault (9.4), second on the floor (9.65), second on the beam (9.45) and fourth on the bars (9.075).

Latona came in seventh on the bars (8.75), and Penney was eighth on the floor (9.35).

"Lexi Romero had the best meet of her high school career," Kokta said. "This was extremely impressive as we were against the reigning team state champions (Franklin) and runner-up (Kenosha). There was some solid competition today, and the girls exceeded my expectations."

The Brookfield JV gymnastics team fell, 110.7-109.9, to Falls/Germantown. Caitlyn Albrecht won the floor exercise and tied for the vault title with Courtney Colas. Alexa Keane won the bars.

Brookfield Stars boys hockey

In its lone game of last week, the Brookfield Stars fell, 6-0, on the road at Fox Cities on Jan. 7.

Fox Cities, ranked No. 7 in the state coaches poll, scored single goals in the first and second periods but opened the game up with a four-goal third period.

The loss dropped the Stars to 5-10-1 overall. Brookfield will face the Oshkosh Ice Hawks at the Oshkosh YMCA at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14.

Brookfield Glaciers girls hockey

The Brookfield Glaciers co-op girls hockey team split a pair of games last weekend, losing 7-0 to Bay Area on Jan. 6 before earning a 6-3 win over Beaver Dam/Randolph on Jan. 7.

Hadley Malcolmson scored twice, and Mikayla Pascavis added a tally to give the Glaciers a 3-1 lead after one period against Beaver Dam/Randolph. After Brookfield's lead was cut to 3-2, Caroline Forsmo found the back of the net to make it 4-2. Ellen Hill and Zoe Sternberg each scored in the third period to help the Glaciers pull away.

Brookfield will host Fox Cities at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, and Sun Prairie at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, at The Ponds of Brookfield.

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