Brookfield Academy girls had a strong showing at the Sept. 28 Muskego Warrior Invite, finishing 10th of 18 teams. Meg Griffin finished with a 16:40 (34th of 142), followed by Natalie Kustner (38th) and Natalie Arnold (49th) and Harper LaFond (63rd) all with personal records.
The boys team finished 16th out of 17, led by junior Ethan Warren (61st of 125), who posted a personal best of 18:08 despite losing a shoe during the race.
— Natalie Kustner,
BA beat Living Word Academy, 3-0, on Sept. 24, with goals from Beth Eimerman and Marie Von Rueden.
The host Knights tied Trinity Academy, 1-1, the next day in double overtime. Eimerman scored the first goal of the game for BA, but Trinity scored with only a few minutes left in the game. BA dominated in both overtime periods but did not score again.
BA lost to University Lake School, 1-0, on Friday, as ULS scored with two minutes left. Standouts included sophomore Emily Golchini and freshman Katherine Obst.
— Katherine Sharpless,
The Blue Knights dropped a 35-14 conference game Friday to University School. The Knights fell behind, 21-0, in the first quarter, having trouble stopping USM's running game all night and turnovers killed their offensive momentum. Senior captain Josiah Marsh had a huge game at receiver, racking up 235 yards on 12 catches and one touchdown. Linebackers Aaron Goecks and Colin Guest each had eight tackles.
— Spencer Francis,
BA started with two conference wins, beating St. John's Military Academy, 6-2, on Sept. 23 and Milwaukee Messmer, 6-0, on Sept. 25. The wins marked a four-game winning streak, broken the next day when the Blue Knights lost to Division 1 West Allis Central, 3-2.
David Gramling scored four times against SJMA and once against WAC, and added four assists on the week. Nathan Washburn contributed two goals with four assists, while Max Drescher added two goals and two assists.
The team continues to improve defensively with strong play out of Alec Koveck and goalkeeper Zach Krohn. BA is now 3-1-0 in conference and 8-6-1 overall.
— Alan Lovejoy,
BA hosted Waukesha North on Sept. 25 and lost all four games. Highlights included Chi Aguwa's four kills, Sydney Meyer's 12 assists and Mackenzie Bonk's eight digs.
The next night the Knights won all three games against St. Joan Antida. Leaders for BA were Aguwa with five kills; Emily Catlin and Leah Cashaw with two digs; Brighid Pesch with four assists; Meyer with five assists and five aces and Annie Elfelt with four aces.
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