Brookfield East boys tennis
Brookfield East moved to 5-1 in Greater Metro dual meets with a 7-0 win over Sussex Hamilton on May 9 and a 7-0 sweep of Wauwatosa East on May 11.
The Spartans, ranked No. 9 in Division 1, fell 5-2 to fourth-ranked Homestead on May 10.
Robert Krill, Colin Knutson, Andrew Knutson and Jake Harder won singles matches against the Chargers, while Cole Johnstone and Alex Fisher, Joey Heuler and Michael Stanaszak and Suchir Bhatt and John Desmond swept the doubles flights.
Colin Knutson, Andrew Knutson, Jonathon Knutson and Harder won singles matches against Tosa East. Fisher and Johnstone, Desmond and Bhatt and Michael Stanaszak and Danny Butler earned doubles victories.
Brookfield East's two wins against Homestead came from Krill at No. 1 singles and Jonathan Knutson at No. 4 singles.
Brookfield Central girls soccer
Brookfield Central's girls soccer team stayed unbeaten in Greater Metro Conference play with a 9-1 win over Sussex Hamilton on May 9.
Mikayla Lazarski scored in the 13th minute off an assist from Sarah Knopp to give the Lancers a 1-0 lead.
Central broke the game open with eight second-half goals. Emma Staszkiewicz and Knopp each scored twice, while Lazarski added her second goal of the night. Ashlyn Mattes, Ashley Borowski and Jenny Cape also scored.
The Lancers, now 8-1-1 overall and 5-0-0 in the GMC, dropped from No. 1 to No. 2 in the Division 1 state rankings after drawing with now top-ranked Arrowhead on May 6.
Brookfield East girls soccer
Brookfield East went 0-1-2 last week, falling 3-0 to Divine Savior Holy Angels on May 9 before playing to a pair of draws at its own Al Gusho Tournament May 12 and 13.
Now 5-2-7 overall, the loss to DSHA dropped to 2-2-0 in the Greater Metro.
Mia Galang made 15 saves in the loss for East, which entered last week ranked No. 8 in Division 2.
Brookfield East played DePere to a 0-0 draw on May 12 but advanced in the tournament with a shootout win. The Spartans then tied Neenah, ranked No. 4 in Division 1, to a 1-1 tie. Olivia Banks scored for Brookfield East, which lost the shootout to the Rockets to take second in the red bracket.
Brookfield Central boys tennis
Brookfield Central moved to 4-1 in Greater Metro Conference dual meets with a 4-3 win over Menomonee Falls on May 9 and a 5-2 victory over Sussex Hamilton on May 11.
The Lancers then went 1-2 at the Manitowoc Lincoln Invitational, winning 7-0 over Manitowoc Lincoln and falling 5-2 to both Franklin and Ashwaubenon.
The Lancers used wins from Brandon Beihoff (No. 2 singles), Dan Michaels (No. 3 singles), David Horvath (No. 4 singles) and Matthew Chiang and Christian Schwartz (No. 3 doubles) to down Falls.
Beihoff, Michaels, Horvath all won singles matches against Hamilton, with Taral Jella and Shankar Thiru and Thomas George and Brian Li collecting doubles victories.
Mark Crowder, Beihoff, Michaels and Horvath swept the singles flights against Manitowoc Lincoln, with Jella and Thiru, Li and George and Philip Akaishi and Connor Kuse winning doubles matches.
Crowder and Michaels won at No. 2 and No. 3 singles against Ashwaubenon, while Crowder at No. 2 singles and Horvath at No. 4 singles had wins over Franklin.
Brookfield Central boys golf
Brookfield Central took third place and fourth place at a pair of Greater Metro Conference mini-meets held last week.
With one mini-meet and the 18-hole conference tournament to play, the Lancers sit in third place with 18 points, one point ahead of Menomonee Falls. Marquette leads the conference with 27.5 points with Wauwatosa in second at 23.5.
The Lancers shot a 167 to take third behind Marquette and Wauwatosa at the third GMC mini-meet of the season held May 8 at Westmoor Country Club.
Jack Anderson led Central with a 40. Brandon Talaska carded a 41, while Mike Burzinski, Zack Mindel and Jack Sonsalla all finished at 43.
Central shot a 157 to tie Menomonee Falls and Wauwatosa at Currie Park on May 10 but took fourth due to the tiebreaker.
Talaska carded a 37 and Sonsalla finished with a 39. Mindel shot a 40, Anderson ended with a 41 and Burzinski rounded out the lineup with a 45.
Brookfield East softball
Brookfield East went 0-5 last week to fall to 2-13 overall and 1-9 in the Greater Metro Conference
The Spartans fell 21-7 to Sussex Hamilton on May 9 and 17-0 to Divine Savior Holy Angels on May 11. Brookfield East fell 20-2 to Brookfield Central in the first game of a doubleheader on May 12 but were leading the second game 25-15 in the fourth inning when it was called.
Playing in a triangular at Wauwatosa West on May 13, Brookfield East lost 14-1 to the host Trojans and 17-4 to Kettle Moraine Lutheran.
Riley Hughes and Anna Mularz each had two hits in the Hamilton loss, while Lilly Perkins and Emily Gaskell drove in two runs apiece.
Mularz was 2-for-2 and Perkins 2-for-3 in the loss to Brookfield Central. Perkins was 4-for-5 with four RBI, Isabella Moss was 3-for-4 with four RBI and Gaskell had driven in five runs before the second game was called.
Julia Vitale was 2-for-2 against Kettle Moraine Lutheran.
Brookfield East boys golf
Brookfield East slipped to fifth place in the Greater Metro Conference standings after taking fourth and fifth at a pair of league mini-meets.
The Spartans sit three points back of Menomonee Falls for fourth place with one mini-meet and the 18-hole conference tournament left to be played.
East shot a 177 to take fourth at Westmoor Country Club on May 8. Zack Will Zimmerman led the Spartans with a 41 and Andrew Van Ert shot a 44. Zack Walsh and Ryan Reilly each added a 46 and Peter Gutenberger ended with a 48.
A 162 left the Spartans to finish in fifth May 10 at Currie Park.
Walsh paced East with a 36, Van Ert carded a 40, Zimmerman finished with a 41, Jude Shafer added a 45 and Reily shot a 47.