Monday, January 14, 2013
All conference games on Jan. 25 will be dedicated to overcoming the scourge of child abuse and will push for funds to aid programs at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
The Greater Metro Conference will hold its 1st Annual Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Night on Jan. 25 to support Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Child Abuse Prevention Programs. Sixteen GMC teams will be competing that night in boys and girls basketball at eight GMC locations. Boys games will be at Brookfield Central, Brookfield East, Marquette University High School and West Allis Central. Girls games are at Menomonee Falls, Wauwatosa East, Sussex Hamilton and West Allis Nathan Hale. All eight host sites will distribute literature, and all athletes will be wearing “blue ribbons for kids” temporary tattoos to create awareness and combat the national and local epidemic of child abuse. The Wauwatosa East High baseball team will also …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The Chargers and the Lancers battle for first place in the Greater Metro Conference Tuesday night, and Patch is blogging live starting at 7 p.m.
The Sussex Hamilton Chargers (11-0, 5-0 Greater Metro) host the Brookfield Central Lancers (9-1, 5-0 Greater Metro) at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hamilton High School. The winner will take sole possession of first place in the conference at the halfway point in the season. Follow our live blog for up-to-the-minute information from the game.
Friday, October 12, 2012
The Indians will host Brookfield Central tonight at Schumann Stadium. With a win, and a little help from their rivals, the team could earn a share of the conference title.
The Indians did what they had to do Friday to earn a slice of the Greater Metro Conference title, but it wasn't meant to be. The Indians blanked the Brookfield Central Lancers 14-0 to finish the year 6-1 in conference play and 7-1 overall. The Indians needed some help from an unlikely ally in the Sussex Hamilton Chargers in order to grab a share of the title. However, Brookfield East pulled out a win against Sussex 14-13 in overtime and remained undefeated to capture sole possesion of the Greater Metro crown. Had the Chargers won, it would have forced a three-way tie for first place. Regardless, Falls sent the fans home happy on Homecoming night. Falls running back Cole Hernikl scored the first points of the game on a 7-yard rush. The …
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Vote from among five deserving candidates for the Greater Metro Conference Athlete of the Month.
December was the start of the winter sports season in earnest, and Patch selected five top performers from around the conference for our first Greater Metro Conference Athlete of the Month poll. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order, based on their achievements in the calendar month. Voting closes Jan. 12. Share the link and vote for your favorite top performer. Anthony Carroll, Tosa East boys basketball The Red Raiders started the season 7-1, all in December, with the only loss against No. 1 Germantown. Carroll, a junior, led the team with a 14-point average, including 24 points against JP Tokoto and Menomonee Falls. Billy Holz, Menomonee Falls wrestling Holz, a freshman, is ranked No. 13 in the state at 113 pounds. He won the …
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Turnovers the difference in Lancers big win.
What defensive battle? Brookfield Central broke their long-standing history of having a grind-it-out type game with Sussex-Hamilton by knocking off the Chargers, 56-38, in a barnburner of a game that saw huge offensive numbers and lasted over three hours. “We knew that’s a great Sussex-Hamilton football team, they’re well coached and every time you play them you’ve got to be ready, but I didn’t expect that high of scoring,” Brookfield Central head coach Jamie Meulemans said. “They play great defense year in and year out and we pride ourselves in that too, but our kids are really starting to click offensively. “It’s been outstanding to see the kids pick up (the offense). It’s like preseason in the NFL. You start to see teams come together; …
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Lots of action in extra time but no goals as Greater Metro Conference season begins
Hamilton and Brookfield East opened their Greater Metro Conference girls soccer seasons on Tuesday with a scoreless draw at East. Check out the video highlights above.