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 …
Friday, October 5, 2012
Brookfield Central handily won its Homecoming game over Wauwatosa East Friday, improving its record to 5-2 in the Greater Metro Conference.
The Lancers handily beat the Red Raiders, 54-12, at Brookfield Central's Homecoming game Friday night, improving to 4-2 in Greater Metro conference. However, conference teams with better records also won. Sussex Hamilton and Menomonee Falls advanced to 6-1 and Brookfield East remained undefeated at 7-0, clinching at least a conference title tie. Brookfield East faces Sussex Hamilton next week for the title showdown. Brookfield Central travels to Menomonee Falls Oct. 12. Friday night's Homecoming game was an easy win for the Lancers, who held the Wauwatosa East Red Raiders scoreless until 3:09 before half. Running back DeMario Harris ran in four touchdowns and rushed for 146 yards. The Lancers scored all but 6 of their points in the first …
Friday, February 17, 2012
It's not all about the players — it's the fans, too. Upload your photos of fans in the stands.
Why should the players get all the glory? It's time to recognize the fans. If you were one of the great fans in the stands for the Red Raiders - Lancers game at Brookfield Central on Friday night, we'd like you to post some fan photos as part of Patch's Full-Court Press. We've uploaded a few, and we're asking you to add some of your best crowd shots. Just click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button this page to post your best shots.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Video highlights and photo gallery will be part of Patch's coverage, and editors will hand out swag and meet with fans.
Neighboring rivals Wauwatosa East and Brookfield Central each still have an outside shot at the Greater Metro Conference boys basketball championship, but to keep that chance they'll have to win Friday night's matchup at Brookfield Central. Patch will be on hand with a Full-Court Press, engaging fans and providing coverage of the event. Tipoff is at 7:30 p.m. Brookfield Central (15-5, 9-3 GMC) was one of the state's hottest teams through the first two months of the season, but a sudden three-game losing streak knocked the Lancers out of the league lead. Central averaged more than 73 points per game during an eight-game winning streak, but was held to 43, 55 and 59, respectively, in the defeats. Sophomore Riley LaChance (16.3 ppg) and …
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Raiders struggle in opening frames, go on to dominate.
As Brookfield East star outside hitter Kyle Rohde soared up and slammed down another kill to clinch the first game for his team Tuesday night, it looked like it could be a long night for the Wauwatosa East Red Raiders. Maybe Rohde’s early lightning bolts were just what the Raiders needed to get focused. Tosa East (22-8) rallied back and took the final three games to win 20-25, 25-15, 25-19, 25-22 in the sectional semi-final at Tosa East Tuesday night. The top-seeded Red Raiders move on to play Shorewood at 7 p.m. Thursday at Brookfield East in the sectional finals. The Red Raiders will take on the second-seeded Greyhounds (16-8) for the first time this season. East will be looking for its sixth straight state tournament berth. The Red …
Friday, October 21, 2011
Brookfield East beat Tosa East Thursday night to advance closer to state finals.
Amidst battling chants of, "Go East!" Brookfield East High School's boys soccer team defeated Wauwatosa East High School 1-0 on Thursday in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal. Senior Mark Heydt scored the lone goal on a breakaway with an assist from junior John Orgovan. Brookfield East will go on to play Menomonee Falls High School at 7 p.m. Saturday at Brookfield Central High School. The winner of that game will go to the WIAA State Tournament quarterfinals, which begin Thursday at Uihlein Soccer Park. Menomonee Falls beat the Germantown Warhawks in a shootout Thursday night.