Jonathan Wizner went 2-for-3 with three RBIs. J.P. Szopinski also went 2-for-3.
Against Homestead on June 9, Germantown led by nine runs going into the bottom of the seventh. Homestead made it interesting, but Germantown held off the Highlanders for the 11-8 victory.
"It got a little scary at the end," Germantown coach Jeff Wolf said. "We were up 11-2 going into the bottom of the seventh inning. We came out and played well. We hit the ball as well as I've seen in a long time. We had eight hits and three home runs."
Falls wins three
Menomonee Falls won three of its last four games. On June 8, Falls beat West Allis Central, 6-5. MFHS led 6-2 going into the bottom of the seventh.
"We really hit the ball well to start the game," Falls coach Pat Hansen said. "We were up 6-1 at one point and then our bats kind of went quiet after that."
Brennen Beck went 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Danny Howard was 2-for-4 with a RBI.
Against Brookfield Central on June 9, Falls won in five innings, 14-2. Ryan Piontek went 2-for-3 with five RBIs. Logan Roble also drove in two runs.
Alex Heitman earned the win with one strikeout, no walks, and three hits allowed.
Falls also defeated Wauwatosa East on June 12, 6-1. Jake Sutherland went 3-for-4 with a RBI. Howard, who had two hits, drove in three runs.
Roble struck out five, walked one and surrendered eight hits.
MFHS suffered its only loss of the week when Oak Creek won on June 7, 12-2. Piontek went 2-for-3 with a run scored.
HHS downs East
Hamilton's bats were on point last week, but the Chargers' opponents also caught fire. In four games, Hamilton was victorious in one.
Against Wauwatosa East on June 5, 7-6. On June 7, HHS lost a tight battle to Brookfield East, 7-6.
Oak Creek defeated HHS on June 8, 7-2. A day later, West Allis Hale beat Hamilton, 12-9.
"Overall, our hitting has been consistent all year," HHS coach Mike Schramek said. "We really need to improve on the mound and on defense. As good as our offense has been at times, our offense is not able to make up for our errors and walks. We need to continue to improve in these areas if we want to get things on track this year. I felt we made strides in doing this versus Oak Creek. We did not commit any errors in the game and our starting pitcher Andy Kornacki was solid for 5 and 2/3, walking just two while striking out three and Noah Kristensen went the rest of the way walking zero. The difference in the game was Oak Creek's timely hitting. Six of Oak Creek's eight hits came in the first and sixth innings."
Against Tosa East, Cam Meilke went 4-for-4. Will Enneking was 2-for-3 with four RBIs and a home run. Will Geels also had two hits.
Chris Barnes earned the win in three innings of work with two strikeouts. Barnes walked five and gave up four hits.
Meilke, Enneking, Evan Laskowski and Cole Roepke all doubled against Hale. Ryan Hubbell went 3-for-3 with an RBI against Brookfield East.