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Brookfield Academy: May 8

May 5, 2014


Senior defensive back/wide receiver Josiah Marsh was selected to play in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game on Saturday, July 19, at Titan Stadium at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

This is a prestigious honor and the first time a Brookfield Academy player has been selected to participate. Marsh led southeastern Wisconsin in regular season receiving this past season with 1,001 yards.

The WFCA All-Star Charity Football Game benefits the patient care programs at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.

Coach Jon Kahle


The Blue Knights were rained out of their April 29 game against Living Word Lutheran but defeated them two days later, 12-9. Senior Sam Meier picked up two hits and two RBIs, while sophomore Aaron Goecks hit BA's first home run of the year.

BA then took its first loss of the year May 3 against St. Thomas More, 13-5, despite three hits from senior Nate Stolte.

The Knights are currently 11-1.

— Bradley Star,

Student Reporter


The short-handed girls soccer team lost, 2-0, to Kenosha Christian Life on April 30. Senior Grace Rauh stood out defensively.

The team's game against Port Washington on May 2 went into double overtime and ended 1-1. Due to a reduced roster, many players stepped up to fill in slots. Highlights again included the team's strong defense.

— Samantha Dieck,

Student Reporter


The BA tennis team won the five-team tournament it hosted over the weekend, beating Wisconsin Lutheran, 7-0, Catholic Memorial, 5-2, Martin Luther, 7-0, and Shorewood, 7-0.

First singles junior Will Conley, singles player senior Ajay Doniparthi went 1-0 at first singles and 3-0 at second singles.

Freshman singles player Anish Singhal was 1-0 at second singles and 3-0 at third singles.

Junior singles Bryan Ersoy was 1-0 at third singles and 1-0 at fourth singles.

No. 4 singles freshman Ian Francis was 2-0, and No. 4 singles sophomore Steven Chen was 1-0.

No. 1 doubles sophomore Adil Bhatia/senior Danny Trunzo went 3-1.

No. 2 doubles sophomore Michael Rajchel/freshman Jason Tan were 4-0, and No. 3 doubles seniors Max Drescher/Bryan Geenen were 3-1.

— Coach Matt Flack

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