Monday, May 13, 2013
Girls softball team earns two wins in five games last week.
Here is a roundup of Shorewood High School sports courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury. Girl’s softball — In their second week of five or more games, the varsity girls earned two wins against three losses. They lost to Whitnall, 11-0 with the Falcomns scoring seven of their runs in the third and fouth innings. They split a double header with Brown Deer, winning 5-4 in the first game and losing the second game, 4-6. In the second inning, Brittany Lee hit a 2-out, 2-run single that gave Shorewood the lead that they never relinquished on their way to the 5-4 victory. Brittany also made a diving catch in center field to save what would have been a three run homer. Aisling Moloney and Ashley Eimers each had two hits and Aisling stole home …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Girls soccer team drops first Woodland Conference match.
Here is a roundup of Shorewood High School sports courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury. Girl’s softball — The girls played six games in four days, with the game on Friday being rained out. The girls went 0-6, but played competitive throughout the week. Their best game was on Tuesday against Pewaukee where they kept the game close and mounted a rally in the final inning only to come up short in a 12-9 loss. Freshman Celeste Carroll continues to pitch well and the defense gives her strong support in the field, it’s just the team’s offense that has not gotten going yet this spring. Golf — On Friday, the five varsity golfers worked through the rain and cold to take sixth place out of 14 teams in the Port Washington Invitational. Bobby Kohl…
Monday, April 29, 2013
Girls soccer team remain undefeated in Woodland Conference play, after playing to a tie against New Berlin Eisenhower.
Here is a roundup of Shorewood High School sports courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury: Girl’s Softball – Monday, the teams played only the second game of the season, the first conference game against a very strong Whitnall team. While the game ended in five innings with Whitnall winning 14-1, an important statistic was that the Shorewood girls had no errors. The Whitnall team generated its own offense off strong hitting. There were no big innings for the Falcons, as they had to produce each run with hitting and not off Shorewood mistakes. Meredith Behm gave the team its lone run as she went 1-2 with a double that scored the Shorewood run. Cindy Schuelke pitched two innings and Celeste Carroll pitched three. Golf – On Tuesday, at Grant…
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Busy week of athletics include the East Side Cup girls soccer tournament hosted at Shorewood High School on Friday and Saturday.
Here is a roundup of Shorewood High School sports courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury. Track and Field – On Saturday, the Wisconsin Track and Field Association hosted the Wisconsin Indoor Championship meet at UW-Whitewater. Leading the way for the girl’s team was the 4 x 200 relay team of Chiara Sanders, Olivia Alvarez, Lily Blind and Alexis Farrington. They placed eighth with a state honor roll leading D2 time of 1:51.92. Alexis Farrington placed eighth in the 400 meters with a time of 61.32 which places her in second place on the D2 honor roll this season. Morgan Florsheim ran a great race, leading from start to finish in her heat, to place seventh overall and placing her with the sixth best D2 time for the 1600 in 5:13.86. The 4…
Monday, April 8, 2013
Spring sports season kicks off this week with Shorewood tennis, track and field and girls soccer.
Here is a roundup of Shorewood High School sports courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury. Softball — After three cancelled games due to weather and field conditions, the varsity girl’s open the 2013 spring season with a non-conference victory over Heritage Christian, 19-10. After the first inning, the Greyhounds held a slim 3-2 lead. It was the second inning, where the team batted through the order to take an 11-3 lead that they held behind the pitching of Cindy Schuelke who recorded the win. Celeste Carroll pitched two innings of relief. -- And, here's a list of this week's sporting events: Monday — Softball @ Saint Francis, 4:15 p.m. Tuesday — Boy’s tennis @ Brown Deer, 4 p.m. Wednesday — Softball @ Cudahy, 4:15 p.m. Thursday — …
Monday, November 12, 2012
With record-setting performances and four first place finishes, the Shorewood High School girls swimming team hoisted their seventh state title during the Division 2 state meet on Friday.
Four first place finishes and record-setting performances carried the Shorewood High School girls swimming team to its seventh WIAA Division 2 state title Friday night in Madison. The Greyhounds secured their first state title since 2003 behind efforts from junior Kristin Malone and sophomore Rachel Munson. The girls topped last year's champs Milton, 255 points to 217. Grafton came in third with 193 points. Malone clocked in at 1:48.83 in the 200 freestyle, breaking a three-year old record, and snapped a five-year old record in the 100 freestyle with a time of 50.28. Munson plunged into the record books when she claimed the 100 breaststroke with a 1:01.37 effort, setting a new record by nearly two seconds. Senior Ellen Stello won the 500 …
Monday, September 10, 2012
Shorewood/Messmer laid it on thick with 402 yards on the ground against Saint John's NW Military Academy to improve to 3-0 (2-0) on the season.
Amassing 402 yards on the ground and slating their third win of the season, Messwood routed Saint John's NW Military Academy 49-14 Saturday night. With the win, the Shorewood/Messmer football team improved to 3-0 (2-0), remaining atop the Midwest Classic Conference and handing Saint John's NW Military Academy its first loss of the season. Messwood got things rolling early when QB Taylor Dennis drilled a 26-yard pass to WR Avery Smith for six; and they never looked back. They would pile on 28 points in the first half to Saint John's NW Military Academy's seven, and secure the win with 21 more in the second half. Shorewood's two-headed running attack of Messwood RB Alec Grimmer, who racked up 210 yards on 15 carriers and scored three …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Shorewood drops to 2-8 on the season, with Wednesday afternoon's tough 1-9 loss.
Shorewood dropped to 2-8 on the season with a 1-9 loss Wednesday at the hands of Greenfield. The Greyhounds will travel to 3-6 (3-5) Brown Deer for a Woodland Conference match on Friday.
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, March 9, 2012
The Blue Dukes will advance to the final round of regionals on Saturday with a home game against Brown Deer; young Shorewood team looks forward to potential of next year's squad.
The halfcourt lob that guard Maddy Garcia drained, beating the buzzer signaling the end of the first quarter, was indicative of Whitefish Bay’s night as they cruised past Shorewood Friday, 44-24, in a Division 2 WIAA regional semifinal game. It would be Garcia’s only three points of the night, but with Whitefish Bay’s defense and the Greyhounds missing six of their nine free throws, they picked up their 19th win of the season. With Friday night’s win, the Dukes are looking forward to the WIAA regional finals round, where they will clash with Brown Deer on Saturday. Elisabeth Johnston and Maya Jonas led the way for the Dukes with 11 points apiece, and Grace Hayes picked up five points for the Greyhounds. Dukes head coach Greg Capper said …