Monday, November 7, 2011
Shorewood captures two events at sectional and also sends all three relay teams to Madison.
With two event victories and a bundle of strong finishes, Shorewood's girls swim team finished second on Saturday in the WIAA Division 2 sectional at Plymouth and heads into this weekend's state meet with a series of high seeds. The Greyhounds scored 318 points, just 14 behind host Plymouth. Friday's state meet at the UW-Natatorium begins at 2:30 p.m. with diving. Swimming events follow at 6:30 p.m. If you can't attend in person, every event will be streamed live online by Fox Sports Wisconsin. Kristin Malone is seeded first in the 100 freestyle after capturing the sectional in 52.74 seconds. Malone was fourth in this event last year at state. She also is the No. 2 seed in the 50 freestyle, in which she was third last year. In 2011, Malone…
Friday, November 4, 2011
The Red Raiders hoist the WIAA Sectional Championship trophy, ending the Greyhounds' season Thursday night.
With a trip to the WIAA boys volleyball state tournament on the line, the Wauwatosa Red Raiders met the Shorewood Greyhounds Thursday night in sectional finals at Brookfield East High School. The scrappy Greyhounds would go up early, but battling back was Tosa East taking a close first game after being down 25-24 late. Shorewood would take a second game 25-19 to tie it at a game apiece. Tosa East would respond by taking a third game 25-16, but it all came down to a fourth game, which see-sawed. Down by several points late, the Greyhounds battled back to tie it at 25 but couldn’t pull out the upset. The Red Raiders would secure the trip to the state tournament and WIAA Sectional Championship trophy with a 30-28 win in game four. Your final …
Monday, October 31, 2011
Boys volleyball team also is a conference champ, and heads into sectional play Tuesday.
Here is this week's roundup of Shorewood High School sports, courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury: Cross Country – On Saturday, the teams competed in the WIAA State Championship meet in Wisconsin Rapids. The boys finished third with 114 points. Charlie Stahl led the team with his 14th-place finish. He was followed by Peter Morris in 20th, Jacob Goldberg in 27th, John Papke in 51st, Sam Kuhlmann in 61st, Mayan Essak in 74th, and Michael Dellutri in 84th. This was the 14th consecutive trip to state for the boys that capped a very successful season. The girls placed sixth, up five places from their 11th place finish in 2010. They scored 185 points and were only 13 points out of fourth place. They are a young team and will not …
Saturday, October 22, 2011
A 49-6 loss to Milwaukee Riverside Friday night didn't diminish the significance of Messmer/Shorewood's first playoff appearance since 1981.
The Messmer/Shorewood football team fell 49-6 to Milwaukee Riverside Friday night at Pulaski Stadium in WIAA regional round playoff action. Riverside jumped out to an early lead with two first quarter touchdowns and didn't let up, scoring 35 first half points. Messwood was able to avoid the shutout with Taylor Dennis connecting with Jonathan Carson for a 15-yard touchdown pass with less than a minute left in the game. However, the result of Friday night’s game didn’t diminish what Messwood’s playoff berth meant to the fans, coaches and players. Shorewood had to make a court challenge to a WIAA rule that labeled them ineligible for the playoffs.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
After winning a total of four matches over the past two seasons, the Greyhounds garnered a No. 1 seed and reached the second round of the regional for the first time since 2008.
The Shorewood girls volleyball team’s season came to an end Thursday night with a loss to neighboring rival Whitefish Bay in the second round of the WIAA regionals. The match marked the third time in three second-round trips over the past six years that the Greyhounds have seen their season end at the hands of the Blue Dukes, but also marked the Greyhounds’ first trip past the first round since 2008. The difference this year — first-year Shorewood head coach Ryan Roessler. “When we started this season, we made a list of goals and one of the goals was to host two regional games," Roessler said. "I told them, ‘You need to draw a No. 1 or No. 2 seed.’ Half of them asked me ‘What’s a regional?’” Shorewood more than doubled its win total this …
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Team is slated to play Milwaukee Riverside in a first round match Friday at Pulaski Stadium.
Messmer/Shorewood quarterback Taylor Dennis said he was in class when he heard the news his team was playoff-bound. "My face just lit up, I was so excited," he said. Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Martens issued a temporary judgment Tuesday saying the WIAA must consider the football program for the playoffs and release the playoff pairings that includes the team. Playoffs start Friday and although Martens didn’t say when the pairings needed to be released, the WIAA issued playoff brackets shortly after. Shorewood will take on second-seeded Milwaukee Riverside in the first round of the playoffs Friday night at 7 at Pulaski Stadium. “It’s for the kids and our guys worked really hard,” Messmer/Shorewood football Coach Drake …
Monday, October 17, 2011
Malone bags two meet records as team sets eyes on Division 2 state meet.
Monday, October 17, 2011
Here is this week's roundup of Shorewood High School sports, courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury: Girls Swimming – On Wednesday, the girls extended their unbeaten dual meet record to 5-0 in the Woodland Conference and 8-0 overall, with a dominant 112-57 victory over Pewaukee. The 200 medley relay team of Genevieve Hayes, Rachel Munson, Diana Yakshimamedova and Kristin Malone began the meet with a first-place finish. The was followed by Ellen Stello taking first in the 200 freestyle while Chloe Borut took third. Melissa Clausen then took a first in the 200 individual medley, with Leila Kane taking third. Malone took first in the 50 & 100 freestyle; Stello took first in the 100 butterfly; Munson won the 100 breastroke and took third …
Friday, September 30, 2011
Kristin Malone and Ellen Stello lead a team that could make noise at state meet in November.
The Shorewood High School girls swim team has traditionally been one of the best Division 2 teams in the state. The 2011 version features two outstanding young female athletes, sophomore Kristin Malone and junior Ellen Stello. The girls have emerged as the best swimmers on the team and athletic director Bill Haury said that he, head swim coach Rob McCabe and the rest of the coaches could see those two coming a long time ago. “What Shorewood has is a really good swim club,” Haury said. “These kids start swimming in grade school and they really are able to identify with it. By the time they get to the high school level, they have gone through, a two-, three-, four-, even five-year swim program. So Kristin and Ellen, we knew they were coming …
Monday, September 19, 2011
Football team also wins again, for third victory this season.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Here is the week's recap of Shorewood High School sports, courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury: Football – Saturday night, the varsity team played Dominican at Whitefish Bay. For the second consecutive week, it was all Messmer/Shorewood in the first half, with the Greyhounds scoring 49 of their 56 points before halftime. The scoring started with Alec Grimmer making a tackle in the Domincan end zone for a 2-point safety, and the returning the ensuing kick-off 77 yards for a touchdown. Nate Wickstrom scored next on a 28-yard pass from Taylor Dennis to increase the lead to 15-0. Antoine Davis scored next on a 7 -ard run and Jonathan Carson caught a 25-yard pass from Dennis to stretch the lead to 29-0. Davis then scored on runs of 44…
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
A recap of the week's sporting events at Shorewood High School.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Here is the week's recap of Shorewood High School sports, courtesy of Athletic Director Bill Haury: Football – On Saturday, the varsity team traveled to Horlick Field in Racine to play Saint Catherine’s. A combination of Messwood mistakes, turnovers, and a very efficient passing attack by Saint Catherine’s resulted in a 35-0 loss for the Greyhounds. Their record is now 1-2 in Midwest Classic Conference play. Boys Soccer – Monday night began Woodland Conference play for the Greyhounds as they traveled to South Milwaukee. After a defensive first half, the Rockets scored at 60:00 to go up 1-0. Shorewood answered 5 minutes later on a goal by Elliott Lane on an assist from Sam Tharpgeorge to tie the game at 1-all. Regulation time ended …