Boys golf

The Brookfield Academy varsity golf team participated in its first conference mini-meet of the season at Bristol Oaks and finished in first place with a team score of 166. The team's great performance was led by Rohan Nangia, who shot a round of 37 for a second-place individual finish. The team put together a balanced performance as Rhea Nangia, Alex Pellegrini, Garrett Smith and Aaron Dobbs all had individual rounds of 45 or better.

The junior varsity also participated in its first mini-meet of the season at Scenic View. They played their way to a fifth-place finish with Shane Laughland and Jack Otto leading the way with rounds of 51 and 52, good enough for a second and third-place finish individually.

- Coach Geo Peterson

Boys tennis

The Blue Knights boys varsity tennis team traveled to Kohler on April 13. Despite cold conditions, the Knights battled to a 4-3 victory. Picking up wins were all three doubles teams — Liam Mathews and Jason Tan at No. 1 doubles, Mike Doherty and Parker Kuhlman at No. 2 and Jack Vipond and Ethan Kass at No. 3. Hansen Zaiser also picked up a victory at the No. 4 singles position. The victory improved the Blue Knights' overall record to 7-1.

- Coach Todd Fisher

Varsity girls soccer

Brookfield Academy hosted the Muskego Warriors on April 13 for the first home game of the season. BA came out strong in the first minute of the game with the first shots on goal. However, Muskego was able to clinch two goals against BA’s defense in the first couple of minutes. BA’s whole offense collaborated well, putting the Warriors’ defense under pressure and gaining several opportunities in front of the net. However, they were just not able to finish any shots. The Blue Knights gained great exposure and practice against a top-ranked team. The Blue Knights defense did an excellent job holding the Warriors’ dangerous offense down for the remaining 85 minutes of the game; the final score was 2-0. Kelly Choren stepped up in the net after goalkeeper Calleigh Rogers took a hit to the head.

- Serena Shah, student reporter