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Volume 05 June 1
Highlander Hut is Open !!!
The Highlander Hut will be open for you to purchase your favorite Spirit wear or to buy those up coming graduation gifts.  You can enter either thru the Highlander walkway door #8 or thru the Aquatic Door #21 in back of the school

Hours we will be open:
Saturday May 22 2pm-5pm
Sunday May 23 1pm-3pm

Saturday June 5th 2pm-4pm
Sunday June 6th 1pm-3pm

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LIVE STREAMS of all Homestead sports events!

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Team Rosters-
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Scholarships for Seniors-
Updates coming soon.
Girls Soccer
In this first year with Kelly Denk as Varsity Head Coach, some great young freshman and sophomore talent and exceptional leadership from the returning varsity players from 2019, the 2021 Girls Varsity soccer team is giving the NSC and surrounding region something new to talk about. After missing the season last year, the team came in under the radar but are roaring back with an impressive 5-1 record in conference - with their only conference loss to #1 State ranked Whitefish Bay. Last week, they secured an exciting win in front of an enthusiastic home crowd with a game winner against a talented Nicolet team at the 83rd minute mark. The teamwork, hustle and technique is impressive to watch! 
The team wraps up regular season play this week with three big conference games coming up - Grafton at home on Tuesday 6/1, Cedarburg at home (date TBD due to rain delay) and Thursday away at West Bend. 

Come cheer on some exceptional athletes at home this week! 

Varsity -

Homestead varsity baseball had a short week.
Tuesday was a home game against Cedarburg. The game started well behind the pitching of Jackson Brewer. The Highlanders scored early in the bottom of the first inning with Anthony Chung leading off with a single, Steven Yang getting a bunt down to move Chung over to second, and Brewer getting the RBI hit to score Chung.
Homestead scored again in the 6th inning with Drew Balistreri hitting a single, stealing second base and then Brewer singling to drive in another run.
Unfortunately Cedarburg came back to score 3 runs in the 7th inning for a come back win.
Wednesday the varsity team traveled to West Bend to play West Bend East. They lost with a final of 2-6.
Friday's home game against Whitefish Bay was postponed due to weather. They will plan to make up this game by playing a double header on Thursday June 3 after the West Bend West game.
Their next game will be Tuesday, June 1 at Hartford. They will play Port Washington at home Wednesday; home against West Bend West and Whitefish Bay on Thursday; home against Kettle Moraine Lutheran on Friday; at Sheboygan Falls on Saturday; then home against Martin Luther on Monday June 7.
Boys Lacrosse
Beautiful day for lacrosse Wednesday! The Highlanders traveled to USM to take on the ranked Wildcats in a spirited rivalry matchup. Players and coaches on both sides know each other well from youth and summer play. Early goals by Henry Robbins, Jack LaValle and Robby Coburn kept us ahead in a tight game. Strong defensive midfield play around Nate Falender, Charlie Pfeifer and Butchie Elliott was key. A highlight-reel double pipe goal came from Brady Lutz late in Q2. Senior goalie Tommy Cassel made several big saves and captained the new “10-man ride” which caused turnovers and kept the ball in our offensive end. At halftime we led 6-4. Freshman Jonah Stammer battled on face-offs w/ help from Oliver Sewart and Alex Vlasik. Despite controlling the ball much of the 3rd quarter, USM tied it up at 6-6.  The fourth quarter did not prove kind and time expired with an 11-7 loss. Another close and entertaining game for the Highlander players and fans!

Fans and parents who stayed for the second game were not disappointed as the Homestead JV turned the tables on USM. Nick LaValle continued his strong freshman season in the cage as he and the Highlanders defense (Reed Bowers, Jack Slater, Luke Nickerson & friends) shut down the opponents. The season-long emphasis on conditioning also paid off as we had plenty of fresh legs. Offensively, Brendan Long, Danny Lesczynski, Brendan Kurtin, Sean West and Austin Krueger led the way and tallied goals.  Congrats to this young and talented group on their 11-7 victory! 
Boys Track
Homestead Boys Varsity Track and Field took first place in the North Shore Conference meet Tuesday at Cedarburg! 

First place race wins for the 800m by Logan Kluck, 400m by Dylan Brown, 100m Lucas Hart, 200m Homestead placed 1,2,3 – Hart, Brown, Sal Balistrieri. In the 1600m, Owen Bosley (4:19) and Kyle Knutson (4:24) ran 2 of the 7 fastest times in D1 this season. In the 3200m, Bosley, Dom Silhol, and Cullen Boyle placed 2, 3, and 6. Ryan Gettelfinger placed 2 in the 110m hurdles. Collin McGinley placed 2 in the triple jump and Sam Warshauer finished 2 in the long jump.

Congratulations on the awesome team effort!

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