Coach Dan Wandrey's Brookfield Central boys basketball team is a surprising one to watch. You never know what team will show up.
The Brookfield East Junior Spartan football program is holding registration for the 2016-2017 school year.
Ten Brookfield student-athletes signed letters of intent to participate in their respective sports for next year — five from Central and five from East.
Brookfield Central led by 12 points early in the second half, but the Lancers could not hold on against first-place Divine Savior Holy Angels, which picked up two late free throws from Taylor Drost and won a 49-48 thriller that marked its 26th straight Greater Metro Conference victory.
The ceremony could wait. Just moments earlier in overtime, Hamilton girls basketball senior Taylor Klug had become the program's all-time leading scorer. But it wasn't until she had that mark secured that she made the play of the game.
The Brookfield Lacrosse Association is registering players for the spring season.
The Brookfield Academy boys basketball team blew away a young Messmer team, 74-50, on Jan. 22 at home to stay unbeaten in the Midwest Classic Conference and take a two-game lead. But coach Pat Clarey and his crew are looking for much bigger things this season.
Brookfield Central split two Greater Metro Conference games last week, while first-place Marquette extended their winning streak to eight games, setting up a huge week of basketball for coach Dan Wandrey's crew.
Brookfield Central soccer coach Dan Makal will now wear two hats for the Lancers.