A pair of local soccer players will be honored as part of the Wisconsin Fire all-tournament team at an upcoming Chicago Fire match.
Brookfield Central's baseball team came close to snapping its losing streak multiple times in the past week, but the Lancers couldn't quite find a way to win.
Johnny Arnold made it a memorable Father's Day.
Brookfield Central's softball team finished 11-3, one game behind Greater Metro Conference co-leaders Menomonee Falls and Divine Savior Holy Angels. The Lancers were 13-6 overall
Brookfield East ended with a record of 10-6-4 under the direction of first-year head coach Derrick Banks, finishing third (4-2-1) in the Greater Metro Conference behind the top two teams in the state.
After beginning the week with an exciting victory over Sussex Hamilton, the Brookfield East baseball team dropped two competitive games and had one blowout.
Brookfield Central used to have trouble getting athletes out for track and field. But under coach Steve Kracht, that has changed.
Brookfield Central defeated West Allis Central to end the week, snapping a six-game losing streak and getting their first Greater Metro Conference win.
The Brookfield Bulldogs won, 7-6, and the Brookfield Blue Sox lost, 1-0, in Land O'Lakes Suburban Division action.