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MENOMONEE FALLS GIRLS BASKETBALL

The Indians dropped to 1-3 on the season with a tough 49-44 nonconference loss to Catholic Memorial on Nov. 29.

The Indians will formally open their Greater Metro Conference season with a game at powerhouse Divine Savior Holy Angels at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8. They will turn around and host West Allis Hale at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13.

Against Memorial, the Indians fell behind, 24-21, at the half and just couldn't quite finish the game.

Marissa Igunbor led the way with 19 points, while Alyssa Marks had 10 and Madison Grzesiak 7.

Falls was only 7-of-14 from the foul line, while the Crusaders were 11-of-13, as senior forward Erin Wright hit seven of eight free throws en route to 22 points.

MENOMONEE FALLS/GERMANTOWN/HAMITON BOYS SWIMMING

The Indians will get their new season rolling in a big way when they host the Greater Metro/Classic 8 Conference league relay meet.

The nine-team event will feature state powers Arrowhead, Muskego and Waukesha South.

The team will be coached by Chris Fox this winter.

GERMANTOWN ICE BEARS BOYS HOCKEY

The Ice Bears co-op is off to a 2-4 start, including a 4-2 overtime North Shore Conference victory over Cedarburg on Dec. 3.

Germantown players include sophomore forward Casey Fisher and senior keeper Donnie Fahler.

Their only other win was a 3-2 overtime victory over Waupun on Nov. 25.

HAMILTON WRESTLING

At the Luxemburg-Casco Spartan Duals on Dec. 3, the Hamilton wrestling team placed fifth. HHS lost dual meets to Sheboygan Falls, Bay Port, Port Washington and Luxemburg-Casco.

Owen Gorges (145 pounds) had three pins on the day. Dylan Klemstein (152) scored three wins. Michael Matuszak (160), Jesse Fryda (170), Geno Giovannini (182), Patrick Andrews (195) and Alex Manojlovic (285) all won two matches each.

HAMILTON BOYS BASKETBALL

The Hamilton varsity reserve boys basketball team defeated Wauwatosa West on Dec. 3, 72-57. Tyler Ellingson led the Chargers in scoring with 14 points. Also contributing to the win were Brad Purko (12), Erik Semb (9), Zack Dolney (9), Ethan Bauer (7), Jake Kessenich (5), Will Geels (5), Lucas Finnessy (4), Nick Gierach (2), Jack Linzmeyer (2) and Adam Hartung (2).

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