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MENOMONEE FALLS GIRLS TRACK

Sophomore Jada Jonesfinished third in the 100-meter dash in the WIAA sectional meet at Watertown on May 26 and earned a berth in the state meet this Friday and Saturday, June 3 and 4, at UW-La Crosse's Memorial Stadium.

Jones turned in a time of 12.8 seconds for her spot. Her effort led the Indians to an 11th-place finish in the 13-team field with 29 points as Arrowhead won with 108.

Jones was also part of the all-underclassmen 4x100 relay team that included Kiara Hackett, Amber Kivistoand Anaya Hunter.They turned in a season best of 49.95 but took fourth, just 0.09 of a second behind third-place and state-qualifying Watertown (49.86).

The 4x200 team of Kivisto, Rachel Aumueller, Hackett and Hunter turned in a season best of 1:45.16 and earned fifth. A time of 1:44.89 was needed to make state.

The 2015 state place-winning 400 runner, Khady Diarrassouba,took fifth at sectional in 1:02.14.

Other sectional efforts included the following: 100 dash: Hackett, fifth (13.0); long jump: Brianna Becker, fifth (15-93/4, 17-0 at the May 23 regional); and triple jump: Hunter, seventh (33-83/4).

GERMANTOWN GIRLS SOFTBALL

As expected, the Warhawks (19-8 overall) cruised to a 15-0 WIAA regional final victory over Milwaukee Rufus King on May 26.

The North Shore Conference champion Warhawks, who closed their regular season back on May 21 with a nonconference doubleheader sweep of Kenosha Tremper, advanced to a WIAA sectional semifinal against Brookfield Central on May 31.

If they won that game, they would advance to the sectional final against the winner of top-seeded DSHA and fourth-seeded Homestead at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2, back at the Kennedy Middle School fields. Germantown is looking to earn its fifth straight WIAA state tournament berth.

They entered the Central game having won six in a row and nine of their last 10.

Against King, an 11-run second sealed the victory.

MENOMONEE FALLS GIRLS SOFTBALL

The Indians cruised to a WIAA regional title with a 13-3 victory over Waukesha West on May 27.

With the win, the Indians (21-5) advanced to a sectional semifinal at home against Oconomowoc on May 31. If they win that game, they will advance to a WIAA sectional final at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at Arrowhead, likely against sectional top seed Watertown.

Falls is looking to get to the WIAA state tournament for the third time in four years after losing in the sectional final last season to Watertown. The Indians also downed Homestead (11-0) on May 23 and lost to powerful Union Grove (5-1) on May 24 to close out their regular season.

The Indians took control over West with a four-run first and a five-run third. They had 18 hits overall.

Gabby Feltmanhad three hits, including a home run and four RBIs, while Allie Paulsonhad three hits and two RBIs and Ashley Zdroik, Stephanie Cole(two RBIs), Lou Sciortinoand Kenzie Poetzelall had two hits apiece.

Ciera Jonesearned the win with 12 strikeouts and no walks.

MENOMONEE FALLS BOYS GOLF

The Indians missed out on a team sectional berth by just six shots but had junior Logan Robleearn an individual berth when they took fifth in the WIAA regional meet at The River Club in Mequon on May 24.

Falls turned in an 18-hole team total of 339 as Homestead won with a 310 mark, and Pewaukee claimed the fourth and final sectional spot with a 333 total.

Roble turned in a score 82 for his individual spot. The sectional was contested at Brown Deer Golf Course on Wednesday, June 1.

Other scores for Falls included Danny Sanickiwith an 84, Steven Sanickiwith an 85, Ryan Sanickiwith an 88 and Sam Kachelekwith a 90.

Falls had no seniors competing this day.

GERMANTOWN BOYS GOLF

The Warhawks advanced junior Sam Johnsonand senior Matt Riestererto WIAA sectional play at Brown Deer Park on Wednesday, June 1.

The pair earned those berths after Germantown took sixth in the regional meet at The River Club in Mequon on May 24.

Johnson came in with an 18-hole score of 81 for his spot, while Riesterer carded an 82.

They led the Warhawks to a 340 total in the eight-team field as host Homestead won with a 310.

Other scores for Germantown included Tyler Hietpaswith an 85, Joe Mazurekwith a 92 and Carter Schmidt with a 94.

GERMANTOWN GIRLS SOCCER

The Warhawks continued their strong regular-season ending run with a pair of victories last week.

They routed Milwaukee Lutheran, 10-0, in their North Shore Conference closer on May 24 and edged a good Brookfield East side, 3-1, in a nonconference game on May 26.

The twin wins gave the Warhawks five wins in their last six games and allowed them to finish the North Shore campaign with a winning mark of 4-3 and lifted their overall season mark to 6-6-3 after starting their season 1-5-3.

That strong finish earned them the two seed on their side of the WIAA Arrowhead sectional bracket. They will host seventh-seeded Sheboygan South at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, in a regional semifinal game. If they won, they would host the winner of Sheboygan North and Fond du Lac at Saturday, June 4, in a regional final.

Sectional semifinals will be Thursday, June 9. Neenah is the top seed on the Warhawks' side of the bracket, while top-ranked Brookfield Central is the top seed on the other half of the bracket.

In the win over East, Sydney Schuyler, Courtney Hoppeand Tianna Aliotaall had goals, while Piper Brownmade four saves. The Warhawks put 22 shots on goal against Lutheran.

MENOMONEE FALLS GIRLS SOCCER

The Indians closed out their Greater Metro Conference season with a 12-0 rout of West Allis Central on May 24 and then dropped a tough 2-0 nonconference decision to Muskego on May 26.

They finished at 2-3-2 in GMC play and 9-7-2 overall.

They earned the fifth seed in their half of the WIAA D1 Arrowhead sectional bracket and will visit area rival Sussex Hamilton at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2, for a regional semifinal. If they win, they will advance to a regional final Saturday, June 4, likely at top-seeded and top-ranked Brookfield Central.

In the loss to Muskego, Sid Boneshomade nine saves for Falls.

In the win over Central, the Indians had nine different people score, including Sarah Rynning, Jordyn Smithand Natalie Clayton with two goals each.

— Compiled by Steven L. Tietz