With five Greater Metro Conference victories last week, the Menomonee Falls softball team clinched a share of the league title. In the final game of the week against Hamilton on May 12, Falls showcased its strong bats with an 11-1 victory and moved to 12-0 in league play.
Cami Stigler crushed a grand slam over the left center wall and finished the day with two hits and five RBIs. Allie Paulson celebrated her 18th birthday with a 4 for 4 performance at the plate and two RBIs.
Ciera Jones, Stigler, Gabby Feltman, Emma Neale and Elena Beck all contributed two hits each.
Jones struck out five in the win.
For Hamilton, Keri Bohlmann went 2 for 2 with a RBI.
On May 11, Falls took down West Allis Central, 12-0. Olivia Schersing drove in three runs.
Against West Allis Hale on May 10, both Neale and Beck had two RBIs each in a 5-1 win.
On May 9, Falls defeated Wauwatosa East, 15-4. Abbey Frambs, Neale, Beck and Gabby Feltman all doubled in the game.
Falls began the week with a 10-0 victory over Hale. Jones struck out eight and walked just one in the win. Hale came into the week tied in the loss column with Falls in first place. The Monday outcome was Hale's first GMC loss of the year.
Chargers win three
Even with the loss to Falls, Hamilton had a solid week with victories over Wauwatosa East (9-2), Brookfield East (21-7) and Brookfield Central (11-4).
Against Tosa East, McKenna Walczak, Bohlmann and Morgan Dercola drove in two runs apiece. Bohlmann struck out five on the mound.
In the Brookfield East game, Dercola, Rachel Slavic, and Madison Earing recorded three hits each.
Nicole Grove went 3 for 4 with two RBIs against Central. Slavic drove in three runs.
GHS downs Homestead
Against Homestead on May 8, Germantown won, 7-2.
The next day against Grafton, the Warhawks fell, 4-2. Lauren Arnholt and Amanda Williams had one RBI each. Carly Szada struck out nine in the loss.
On May 11, Germantown fell to Whitefish Bay, 4-1. Maddie Yont went 3 for 3. Alissa Koenke drove in a run.