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All Teams Schedule: Week of May 23 – May 29

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Wauwatosa East High School, May 23 – May 29 MONDAY May 23, 2016 TBA Boys Varsity Tennis WIAA Sub Sectional @ Wauwatosa West High School SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Girls Varsity Track WIAA Regional @ West Allis Nathan Hale High School SCHEDULE 4:00 PM Boys Varsity Track WIAA

Scholarship and Awards Night

Thursday night, Wauwatosa East HS honored several students receiving community scholarships and awards in recognition of their activities while a high school student. Several student-athletes received numerous scholarships including Liam McMahon, Ann Oleniczak, Darnell Grandbury and Aiden Schertz, who received a full payment for higher education while attending Tufts University from the Navy. Specific athletic department

Wauwatosa East High School Boys Varsity Tennis finishes 6th place

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 4:00 PM Place 6 Points 17 Meet Recap Wauwatosa East Boys Tennis took 6th place in the conference tournament. Taking 5th place was Jordan Crump with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Brookfield Central. Number 2 singles Josh Erdtmann with a 6-2, 6-3 win over Hamilton, #4 singles Alex Hayek a 6-2,

Wauwatosa East High School Varsity Softball beat Racine Saint Catherine’s 16-1

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 4:30 PM Racine Saint Catherine's AWAY 1 Wauwatosa East High School HOME 16 Game Recap Allie Kuhn homered to highlight the 16-1 route of Racine St Catherine on Senior Day. Cora Bilitz drove in 3 and Shea Murphy added two hits to pace the 16 run, nine hit attack. The Raiders

Wauwatosa East High School Varsity Softball falls to Brookfield East High School 8-2

Tuesday, May 17, 2016 4:30 PM Wauwatosa East High School AWAY 2 Brookfield East High School HOME 8 Game Recap The Raiders could only manage two hits, as they fell to the Spartans on the road Tuesday. Morgan Schmanski drove in the only 2 runs and Cora Bilitz went the distance, striking out five. Today

Boys Track/Field Win GMC JV Championship

The Wauwatosa East boys track and field team took first place at the Greater Metro Conference championship on Saturday, May 14.  The event held at Washington Park, hosted by Marquette University HS had Tosa East collect 164 points to win the title. The team had six first place finishers, four second place and five third place,