Volume 01 | October 16, 2017
  
IN THIS ISSUE:

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Sports Updates

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Sports Updates
Football:


Last week started with a Freshman Reserve game against Marquette on Monday. The Freshman team is hitting their stride late in the season and had another exciting win with a score of 49-36. What a great way to start the week!

Thursday saw JV in action away against Slinger with JV2 at home also against Slinger. JV2 was successful with a 35-15 win. JV unfortunately fell by a score of 21-35

Friday night was the Highlanders' last regular conference game away at Slinger. It was an exciting game to say the least. The weather was wet and the Owls were there to play. The Highlanders had a few misses in the air and two blown defensive plays to go into halftime down 6-14. The boys came out in the second half more determined than ever to right the ship and got to work. Some incredible plays later, including a 65 yard fake punt, they were in the lead by 1. Perseverance would be the theme as they held off Slinger's late run. Mother Nature and Hartford also helped step in and handed Whitefish Bay their first loss which gives our Mighty Highlanders a share of the North Shore Conference extending our streak to 17 years!!

Playoff's begin on Friday, October 20th with a game against Milwaukee Washington at HOME!! We hope to see everyone in attendance and be sure to stop by the Booster Tailgate and get your bowl of chili.

Girls Tennis:

Congratulations to the Homestead Varsity Tennis team for another strong showing at Individual State this past weekend. Homestead qualified the most players from any team for the tournament with a total of 8 players! Those players qualifying were Andie Weise, Natalie Yang, Frankie LaLonde, Alyssa Boyer, Sasha Shapsis, Bridget Brown, Kate Wade and Grace Crowley.
Congratulations to Andie Weise for a very successful tournament and coming in 2 nd place in the Division 1 singles tournament.
Our one doubles team of Frankie LaLande and Alyssa Boyer also had a very successful tournament and came in 2 nd in the Division 1 doubles tournament. Congratulations!!
Next up is Team State where our Highlanders are seeded first in the tournament. Let’s go!!
Girls Golf:
Isabelle Maleki and Hallie Kent competed in the Girls State Golf Tournament at University Ridge Golf Course this past Monday and Tuesday. Hallie finished T10 and Isabelle finished 14th. Though Monday's scores were higher than both girls would've liked, they both bounced back on Tuesday and finished their last state tournament with really solid rounds of golf...both shooting 76. Congratulations Isabelle and Hallie! And good luck in your college golf careers!!
Girls Cross Country:
Girls Volleyball:
This past Tuesday, the girls varsity team went to Slinger for their last conference match of the season. The Highlanders came out strong, winning the first set 25-23. Then it was a back and forth battle, with Slinger winning the 2nd 11-25, Homestead took the 3rd 25-17, Slinger won the 4th 16-25. In a VERY controversial call to end the match, Homestead lost in the 5th set 13-15. The team finished off the week at the Arrowhead Varsity Invitational, Volley for the Cure, to benefit breast cancer research. The Highlanders finished the tournament 2-2, with losses to host Arrowhead and Kettle Moraine, and victories in the matches versus Slinger and Manitowoc. Regional playoffs start Thursday at 7pm. Homestead plays away at Kettle Moraine in Wales. Good luck girls!

Also, congratulations go out to the JV team for winning the NSC JV Tournament. Congratulations ladies.

Girls Swim & Dive:

The Highlander girls swim & dive team took on conference rival, Hartford-Slinger Union High School this past Tuesday night. The Varsity girls demonstrated their strength with a commanding win over Hartford-Slinger 117-53. Individual first place finishes for the varsity girls included Megan Hartlieb (200 freestyle & 100 breaststroke), Lindsey Bjornstad (200 IM), Leah Tunney (100 butterfly & 500 freestyle), Nicole Lennie (100 freestyle) and Jayci Scheff (100 backstroke). Individual second place finishes included swims by Nicole Lennie (200 IM), Katey Van Vooren (50 freestyle), Esther Zelenovskiy (100 freestyle), Katie Lennie (500 freestyle) and Clara Huskin (100 breaststroke). Individual third place finishes included strong swims by Catherine Seiberlich (200 freestyle & 100 butterfly), Clara Huskin (50 freestyle), Taliah Lansing (100 backstroke) and Katie Lennie (100 breaststroke). The Varsity girls relay teams also finished strong logging a first place finish in the 200 medley relay (Esther Zelenovskiy, Clara Huskin, Leah Tunney and Jayci Scheff) and third place (Taliah Lansing, Lindsey Bjornstad, Katie Lennie and Nicole Lennie). The 200 freestyle relays finished first (Megan Hartlieb, Esther Zelenovskiy, Clara Huskin, and Lindsey Bjornstad) and third place (Taliah Lansing, Catherine Seiberlich, Katey Van Vooren and Katie Lennie). The 400 freestyle relays finished first (Lindsey Bjornstad, Leah Tunney, Nicole Lennie and Megan Hartlieb), and second place overall (Catherine Seiberlich, Esther Zelenovskiy, Katey Van Vooren and Jayci Scheff).
The Junior Varsity team also swam tough throughout the evening but ultimately fell to Hartford-Slinger 69-101.  Impressive Junior Varsity swims included first place finishes by Audrey Ferrero (100 freestyle) and Theadora Krueger (100 breaststroke). Second place finishes included swims by Emma Dombrowski (50 freestyle), Camryn Reid (500 freestyle), and Allison Koyna (100 butterfly & 100 backstroke). Third place finishes included Aubrey Wycklend (200 IM), Kiia Paljakka (50 freestyle), Rahdika Kulkarni (100 butterfly), Emma Dombrowski (100 freestyle) and Abby Giesen (100 breaststroke). The JV girl’s relay teams also swam well with the 200 medley relay teams finishing 2 nd (Aubrey Wycklend, Abby Giesen, Ariana Aldape, and Audrey Ferrero) and 3 rd place overall (Joey Jurack, Theadora Krueger, Allison Koyna, and Rahdika Kulkarni). The 200 freestyle Homestead relays also finished 2 nd (Emma Dombrowski, Joey Jurack, Kathleen LoCoco and Camryn Reid) and 3 rd place overall (Audrey Ferrero, Caroline Gedman, Aubrey Wycklend and Serena Said). The 400 freestyle relay finished 3 rd overall (Audrey Wycklend, Abby Giesen, Allison Koyna and Ariana Aldape).
Saturday, our Highlander girls diving team consisting of Hannah Tracy and Eileen Tylets participated in a diving invitational at West Bend High School. Hannah Tracy finished 9 th overall with a score of 310.6 points and Eileen finished 15 th place overall with a score of 245.6 points. Great job girls!
Tuesday night our Highlander girls play host to Port Washington High School and the last conference dual match up of the season. Competition begins at 6pm.
Boys Volleyball:
The Homestead Fieldhouse was a buzz with the action of senior night as the Highlander’s hosted conference rival Cedarburg Bulldogs and celebrated Parent Night as well. The lengthy battle waged in the first set made the unedited manuscript of War & Peace look like Cliff Notes. With poetic symmetry, the seniors fought the good fight that sadly fell just short at an epic tally of 39-41. Seniors Stevie, Sam, Jack ,Tommy, and Chris, showed experience and veteran leadership and led the Highlander’s to victory in the 2nd set with sophomore Thomas Ochalek making an exciting game winning service ace. The Seniors led the team back again in the fourth for another win; but, a nail-bitter in the 5th set regrettably yielded a tough loss. Sam Looft’s 19 kills &11 blocks with Stevie Bresser's 41 kills powered Homestead's effort on Wednesday night. 

This past week the JV Boys had a game on Monday, Oct 9 against Hamilton Sussex Varsity team. The boys lost all three games but bravely fought and gained some great experience with receiving wicked jump serves. Most noteworthy was a POWER block from Antony Rainchik and strong back row support from Taylor Silverstein. On Wednesday, Oct 11, the boys celebrated Parent Night with a rare first game win over rival Cedarburg Bulldogs with a score of 25-19. Thank you to the enthusiastic cheering section including the JV Girls Volleyball team and friends. Highlights included epic blocks from Robbie Stegeman and Dylan Bradley. Logan Mandlman’s ace serve kicked off a rally followed by Harrison Prellwitz’s kill after a perfect set from Sam Barron. Ben Tucker and Heath Joubert delivered strong outside hits and tips, however the Highlanders dropped the last two games 24-26 and 15-25. 

All teams play away at Hartford Union on Wednesday Oct 18 with JV/JV2 at 5PM and Varsity at 6:30PM. Friday Oct 20, JV/JV2 will be competing at the conference tournament hosted by Hartford Union at 4PM. Saturday Oct 21 Homestead will be hosting a Varsity Invitational starting at 8:30AM. 
Boys Soccer:

The Homestead boys varsity soccer team had mixed results this week with a win over Slinger (8-3) and a loss against Wauwatosa East (4-2). The Slinger game started out as a challenge with unrelenting rain which made it an equalizer going into halftime 2-2. Jordan Gomez scored the first to goals with assists from Jackson Bogli and Luca DeMartino. Coming out of halftime, the Highlanders quickly rallied within a span of 3 minutes to score goals from Max Kelly, Jackson Bogli, and Jeff Skow. All the Highlanders got into the action with Drew Braaten scoring off an assist from Josh Teplin. Yezen Said provided offense scoring a penalty kick. And the final goal came off of an assist from Stefan Grbic to fellow Highlander Chris Tiako. The Homestead boys soccer team traveled to Wauwatosa East for another rainy game. The Highlanders found themselves down 3-0 in the early part of the first half. However, the Homestead boys rallied with 2 goals from Colin Satchie assisted from Luca DeMartino going into halftime. The conditions proved to be too much as Tosa East scored two more goals. The game was ended early due to rain/lightening around the 75 th minutes. The Homestead JV boys team also followed the varsity boys with a win over Slinger and a loss with Tosa East.
State tournament starts this week for the Varsity boys soccer team. They are seeded #7 and will host a home game this Thursday night against Manitowoc Lincoln at 7pm . Come cheer on the boys to a victory!




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