Sports Notes: June 7

June 4, 2012

Lancer pitcher throws no-hitter for JV team

Aaron Hammond tossed a no-hitter for Brookfield Central's JV against Plymouth on May 23 at Wirth Park, earning a 5-0 win.

The sophomore struck out 12 hitters as only one ball was hit out of the infield - a flair to short left.

Hojan-Clark wins Ivy League Championship

Former Brookfield Academy star Kelsey Hojan-Clark won the Ivy League Conference Women's Swimming Championship in the 1,650-yard freestyle and in the 1,500 free.

Hojan-Clark, 18, is a freshman at Harvard University. She is a graduate of Brookfield Academy. The Crimson capped off a record-breaking year by adding the Ivy League women's championship trophy to their collection. Harvard dethroned Princeton, who had won the previous three Ivy Leage titles. Hojan-Clark is training with her Harvard coaches for next month's Olympic Team Trials to be held in Omaha, Neb.

Lancers fifth-graders earn all-tournament honors

The Brookfield Central fifth-grade boys basketball team won the Division 1 Wisconsin State Invitational Championship Tournament April 14 to 15 in Kimberly and Menasha and four players made the all-tournament team.

Named to the all-tournament team were Jack Cooney, Drew Leszczynski, Gage Malensek and Cole Nau.

Former Milwaukee Brewers set baseball camp

The 11th annual Menomonee Falls Baseball Camp is set for July 16 to 19 at the Menomonee Falls Little League Complex.

The camp is run by former Milwaukee Brewers Don August and Jim Gantner, and it will be from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for the four days.

Ages 8 to 12 will be on the lower fields and ages 13 and over will be on the upper fields.

Call (262) 257-0192 for any questions and registration.

Central boys set three basketball camps

The Brookfield Central coaching staff has announced three boys basketball camps for the summer months at Brookfield Central.

The One-Week Camp is from 12:30 to 4 p.m. June 11 to 15 for players going into grades four through nine in the fall.

The Shooting Camp will be June 18 to 21: Session I is from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and Session II is from 10:30 a.m. to noon for players going into grades four through 12.

The Position Camp is June 25 to 28: Session I is 9 to 10:30 a.m. and Session II is from 10:30 a.m. to noon for players going into grades four through 12.

Questions can be emailed to coach Mark Adams at

Teams needed for boys summer league

Brookfield East will host a 10-game summer league on Wednesday evenings for fifth- and sixth-grade boys teams.

The league dates are June 13, 20, 27, July 11 and 18. Registration information can be found by emailing or by calling Bill at (262) 751-6738.

Speed-Agility Camps scheduled for June and July

A Basketball Speed and Agility Camp presented by Team Speed Sports Performance for boys and girls in grades five through 12.

The camp is set for June 18 to 20 at St. Joe's Grade School in Wauwatosa.

A Youth Football Speed and Agility Camp for all youth football players is set for July 9 to 11.

For more information and brochures on the camps email

Free Tight End Camp is June 20 to 21

Jim Place's annual free Milwaukee Tight End Camp is set for June 20 to 21 at Bradley Tech, 700 S. 4th St.

The camp is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. each day, and campers will receive a free T-shirt and snacks. Campers should wear athletic shorts, shirts and football turf shoes.

Place is a former tight end at Ball State University and is currently a tight ends coach. The camp focuses on position-specific instructions for playing tight end.

Campers who register before June 8 are guaranteed a T-shirt.

Contact Place at (414) 915-8831 or email

Dundun Freshman Skills Soccer Camp set in July

The Dundun Freshman Skills Soccer Camp is set for July 23 to 26 for players entering the ninth grade in the fall.

Brookfield East coach Herbie Dundun will run the camp at Brookfield East, where there are five spacious natural grass fields for players to practice and enhance skills.

The camp will run from 5 to 7 p.m. Campers should bring a ball, water, cleats and shin guards. The cost is $90 per session and is open to the first 40 applicants. (Players from other schools may attend.)

The camp's main focus is to help players improve their skills with the ball. Each session will concentrate on different moves with the ball and will progress from individual work to small-sided games, allowing each player to practice the skills within competition.

Offensive and defensive tactics will also be addressed within those small-sided games. Players will be rotated in small groups with experienced coaches to both maximize instruction and encourage creativity.




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