Friday, February 22, 2013
The four-star prospect will join the University of Wisconsin women's soccer team this fall after signing a letter of intent.
Shorewood's Sara Waters will hit the soccer field as a Badger this fall after signing a letter of intent to play for the University of Wisconsin in Madison. While Waters didn't play soccer as a Greyhound, she served as a key offensive threat for the club team, FC Milwaukee, according to the UWBadgers.com. The forward made a name for herself at Elite Clubs National Team events, is rated a four-star prospect by TopDrawerSoccer.com, in addition to earning All-Event Team honors at the 2012 Elite Clubs National League event this past summer. Team head coach Paula Wilkins said Waters will make the Badgers' attacking group more dynamic. "Her runs off the ball and her ability to attack one-on-one are also very impressive attributes," Wilkins …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
The girls soccer team's record improves to 4-1-1 (3-0-1) with the tie Tuesday night. Shorewood travels to Cudahy for a match on Thursday.
At the end of 80 minutes of play, it was called a draw in the Greyhounds's Tuesday night match against Woodland Conference foe Wauwatosa West. Abbey Pech put up Shorewood's lone goal in the first half, while Wauwatosa West junior Alyssa Heyer tied it up with a goal in the second half. Shorewood's record improves to 4-1-1 (3-0-1) and will travel to Cudahy for a match on Thursday.
Friday, June 10, 2011
Greyhounds defeat Port Washington in WIAA sectional semifinal in the mist at Shorewood.
Shorewood, the top seed in the WIAA Division 2 girls soccer regional, defeated Port Washington 3-0 on Friday afternoon at Shorewood. Sunni Kessenich scored in the second minute to give the Greyhounds a quick lead, and Marissa Marti added a header off a Kessenich corner in the 29th minute. Early in the second half, Victoria Nelsen added an insurance goal on a long shot. Shorewood faces Catholic Memorial or Pewaukee on Saturday for a trip to the state finals at Uihlein Soccer Park.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
A video roundup of the week in prep sports
State tournament season is upon us, beginning this week with track and field, golf and tennis. Monday's track regionals saw the typical strong performances from the Brookfield East, Brookfield Central and Hamilton, both on the boys and girls side. Tosa West's girls won the West Allis Hale regional and but they'll go up against the Brookfield/Hamilton contingent at Thursday's Waukesha North Sectional. Boys tennis teams are in subsectional and sectional play this week; Nicolet and Whitefish Bay should be favorites down in Greenfield and Patch will be there. University School starts the march to a sixth consecutive state title in the Brown Deer Sectional. Patch will have coverage of Wednesday's event. And golf teams get going with their …
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
A roundup of the week in high school sports, with video, news and links.
Menomonee Falls challenged Division 2 powerhouse Catholic Memorial in this week's SportsEdge Game of the Week. The Lightning Round is a rapid-fire collection of highlights from: Shorewood softball, Shorewood girls soccer, Nicolet girls soccer, Menomonee Falls track invitational, Brookfield Central at Menomonee Falls boys tennis, Lakeshore boys lacrosse, Brookfield girls lacrosse, Whitefish Bay vs. Nicolet rugby, Brookfield East at Menomonee Falls softball and Brookfield Central at Brookfield East softball. Did you miss a previous edition of SportsEdge? Someone you know might be playing. Check them out here: April 12 Game of the Week — Hamilton at Brookfield East girls soccer April 19 Game of the Week — Lakeshore vs. Brookfield boys …
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Brookfield Central Skins Game is played in shirts ... and hats and gloves and parkas and ...
SportsEdge sent intrepid videographer AJ Randall to the sloppy, cold and wet Wanaki Golf Course last week as the 22-team Brookfield Central Skins Game went off as planned. It's our Game of the Week. For the Lightning Round from a week thinned out by weather and spring break, check out Nicolet soccer, Tosa West soccer and softball and North Shore Conference golf at The Bog. Did you miss the earlier editions of SportsEdge? Find them here: April 12 April 19 HONOR ROLL The state girls soccer poll is lopsided, and the field tips heavily toward the North Shore Conference. Five of the conference's eight teams — half the top 10 — is from the NSC. Homestead, which just beat No. 1 Brookfield Central last week, is No. 4 pending that result. Then …