Sports Notes: Nov. 15

Nov. 13, 2012

East schedules winter softball camp Dec. 8

Brookfield East has scheduled a Winter Softball Camp for Dec. 8, featuring Randy Schneider, the University of Wisconsin assistant softball coach.

There is a coaching clinic at Brookfield East Fieldhouse from 9-11 a.m., hitting (grades 7-12) from noon-2 p.m. and softball drills (under seventh) from 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Interested parties can get the brochure at Brookfield East or on the Brookfield East Athletics web page by looking up the softball team.

Two Lancer kickers receive All-State mention

Two Brookfield Central soccer players received mention on the 2012 Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association All-state team.

Senior forward Brad Jakober and junior goalkeeper Tyler Moore were Best of the Rest selections as players also receiving votes.

Klotz named Whitewater Player of the Week

New Berlin Eisenhower Cole Klotz is a University Wisconsin-Whitewater football player of the week for his efforts against Stevens Point.

Klotz, an Elm Grove resident, is a junior linebacker, who led Whitewater with 11 total tackles (nine solo) against the Pointers. Klotz was also credited with one tackle for a loss (minus two yards).

Both the solo tackles and total tackles are season highs for Klotz. Klotz helped the Warhawks' defense limit the Pointers to 65 yards rushing on 25 attempts (2.6 average), without a rushing touchdown, and 275 total yards of offense.

Several local athletes play at Wisconsin Lutheran College

Several Brookfield athletes are playing at Wisconsin Lutheran College this fall.

Junior Donavin Tucker is a member of the Warriors football team. Donavin, son of Barry Tucker and Linda Ward of Brookfield, is a halfback for the Warriors.

Freshman Ryan Eastman is a member of the soccer team. Ryan, son of Richard and Cynthia Eastman of Brookfield, plays defender for the Warriors.

Sophomore Sarah Kolander and junior Mel Lemke of Brookfield play for the soccer team. Sarah, daughter of John and Anna Kolander, plays midfielder for the Warriors. Last year, Sarah started all 18 games and was named a NAC Scholar-Athlete. Mel, daughter of Brian and Denise Lemke, plays midfielder/goalkeeper for the Warriors.

Former Lancer ties school interception record

Former Brookfield Central defensive back Jack Moro recently tied the school record for interceptions in a season.

Moro has nine interceptions, surpassing his personal goal of eight going into the year. He has had two three-interception games and a two-pick game.

The career interceptions record at SCSU is 19, which is held by Dan Neubauer (1977-80). Moroder, a junior, has 12 picks for his career and has a realistic shot of breaking both records.

Coakley earns Academic All-American honors

Former Brookfield Central golfer Kelly Coakley of the University of Dayton has been named to the Colonial Athletic Association All Academic and National Golf Coaches Association Academic All-American Teams.

Coakley, a senior and two-time captain for the Flyers, was a 2009 grad of Brookfield Central and Greater Metro Conference Player of Year (2008), All-State, All-Area and All-Conference four times and was the Wisconsin PGA Junior Girls Player of the Year (2009).

Team Wisconsin Football began season Sunday

Team Wisconsin Youth Football, an eighth-grade all-star team, recently began its season.

Three Brookfield players are on the team, lineman Chan Bargielski, linebacker Jaiden Banda and running back Jared Liengh.

This border state battle was held at The Wisconsin Dells Center. Team Wisconsin will move on to tournaments in Indianapolis and Cleveland in November.

The team is made up of 27 kids from Southern Wisconsin including the following schools: Catholic Memorial, Brookfield Central, West Bend West, Marquette, Germantown, Oconomowoc, Berlin West and Delavan.

Head coach Ted Lang added Team Wisconsin is the first of its kind in Wisconsin. For more information on Team Wisconsin, contact Skip Bargielski at (262) 501-7244.




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