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Girls golfer heading to state

The Wauwatosa girls golf team has one individual that resoundingly qualified for the WIAA State Meet.  Junior Rachel Kauflin, from Tosa West, was the Waukesha South Sectional winner, shooting a even 72 par on the rain soaked course. With that finish, she qualified for the state meet, which will be held at University Ridge Golf

FALL STATE TOURNAMENT TICKET INFO

2018 WIAA Fall State Tournament Tickets   Girls Volleyball:   Tickets are on sale now. Please login to the WIAA website and click on the word ticket which is located on the top menu bar to purchase tickets.  Girls and Boys Volleyball:   Member schools have the option of purchasing advance tickets for their high school and middle school teams

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 01 – Oct 07

Oct 01 Girls Varsity Tennis at WIAA Sub Sectional @ Homestead High School 12:00 pm   Oct 01 Girls Varsity Golf at Waukesha South High School, Wauwatosa West High School WIAA Sectional @ Broadlands Golf Club 3:30 pm | Broadlands Golf Club Oct 01 Boys Junior Varsity Football vs. Menomonee Falls High School Menomonee Falls

Girls Tennis Serves Hurricane Assistance

The Wauwatosa East girls tennis team held a car wash recently to help relief for the victims of hurricane Florence.  On Sunday, Sept. 23, the girls took time to wash cars at Longfellow Middle School with all proceeds made from the wash to assist the Americares hurricane disaster relief fund.   The team raised $350 dollars to give

Live Streaming of Soccer Matches

Wauwatosa East has partnered with NFHS Network to provide streaming coverage of live soccer matches for the 2018-19 school year.  For both boys and girls seasons, if you aren’t able to attend in person, you can purchase a package to watch the games on your computer, tablet or phone.  Click on the link below to

Celebrating Females in Sports

The Wisconsin Women’s Soccer Advisory Council is hosting a women’s athletes symposium this December.  This is open to males and females coaching female athletes, female athletes themselves and administrators of female athletes.  Keynote speaker is legendary women’s soccer coach, Anson Dorrance, from University of North Carolina.  Other speakers include,  Peggy Seagers-Braun Athletic Director at DSHA