The Germantown tennis team had a strong showing against Lake Country Lutheran/Milwaukee Lutheran on May 9.

Ryan Kraus (No. 2 singles), Evan Baeckman (No. 3 singles), Kyle Komorowski (No. 4 singles), Ryan Sobczak/John Loftus (No. 1 doubles), John Weber/Reid Pohland (No. 2 doubles) and Christian Ranicke/Nick Ubert (No. 3 doubles) all won matches.

GHS wrapped up its North Shore Conference schedule on May 11 with a 7-0 loss to Homestead. Germantown finished the conference season with a 4-3 record.

Falls finishes fifth

At the Hartford-Slinger Invite on May 13, Falls placed fifth out of eight teams. MFHS was in the finals at No. 1 singles, No. 1 doubles, and No. 2 doubles, but due to prom, Falls had to forfeit the matches.

Alex Budde won both of his matches at No. 1 singles. Cory Dreier and Collin Fluegge won two matches at No. 1 doubles.

The No. 2 doubles team of Bo Siebert and Yanick Elter came out victorious in two matches as well.

Another bright spot for Falls was the No. 3 doubles team Connor Barwick and Grant Adams, who played back into the consolation bracket by notching two wins after a tough first-round loss to Hartford.

On May 9, Falls lost to Brookfield Central, 4-3. Budde, Dreier/Fluegge, and Siebert/Elter won matches.

Against Wauwatosa East on May 8, Falls won, 6-1. Budde, Jack Perleberg (No. 2 singles), Payton Kiesling (No. 4 singles), Dreier/Fluegge, Siebert/Elter and Connor Bandt/Andrew DeLuka (No. 3 doubles) all came out victorious.

HHS wins one

In a busy week, Hamilton beat La Crosse Aquinas on May 13, 6-1.

Alex Moore (No. 1 singles), Sam Smith (No. 2 singles), Alex Menzia (No. 4 singles), Max Stacey/Luke Walters (No. 1 doubles), Ryan Wagener/Noah Glasgow (No. 2 doubles) and Andrew Schneider/Connor Rhodes (No. 3 doubles) all won matches for the Chargers.

Hamilton also lost to Brookfield East (7-0), Brookfield Central (5-2), West Bend East (7-0) and West Bend West (5-2).