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Track at the West Allis Hale Mondo Invitational

The University School track team competed in the West Allis Nathan Hale Mondo Invitational on Saturday, April 13th hosted by Nathan Hale High School at the West Allis Athletic Complex.  The USM boys team took 11th place in the meet.  The USM girls team took 16th place in the meet.

Both the weather and the competition challenged the Wildcats.  The day was cold and blustery for mid-April.  Many of the other competitors in the meet were from WIAA Division 1 teams.  They offered tough competition for the Wildcats in their season-opening races and field events.

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Boys Tennis at the Brookfield East Invitational

The University School boys’ tennis team lost all 3 matches in the Brookfield East Invitational hosted by Brookfield East High School on Friday, April 12th and Saturday, April 13th

The cold, windy weather shortened the tournament.  Unlike previous years, the Wildcats faced only three opponents. They lost to Arrowhead, 6-1.  They lost to Washburn High School, 6-1, and they lost to Eau Claire Memorial, 7-0.

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Boys Lacrosse vs. Neenah

The University School boys’ lacrosse team took an early lead and went on to defeat Neenah 10-5 in a non-conference game on Friday, April 12th at USM.

In the cold weather conditions, the wind chills were below freezing, the USM squad stayed hot and maintained ball control for a large part of the game.  The Wildcats never trailed in the game.  They scored first.  Then, after Neenah tied it at 1-1, the USM players tallied three straight goals in the first quarter, two of which came in the quarter’s final minute, to lead 4-1. 

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Boys Lacrosse vs. Wauwatosa

The University School boys’ lacrosse team fell behind early then rallied to defeat Wauwatosa 10-5 in a Classic Eight Conference game played Tuesday, April 9th at USM.

Wauwatosa took a two goal lead in the first quarter, but by the end of the first half the Wildcats were on top of the situation with a 4-2 lead.  USM added four goals in the third quarter and held on in the final 12 minutes to secure the win.

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Baseball vs. Lake Country Lutheran

The University School Wildcats surged ahead early then fended off the Lake Country Lutheran Lightning’s comeback charge and won a Midwest Classic Conference baseball game,10-9 on Tuesday, April 9th at Lake Country Lutheran High School in Hartland.

The Wildcats went ahead by scoring six runs in the second inning.  Then, after their hosts scored two runs in the bottom of the inning, and another in the third, the Wildcats scored four more in the top of the fourth to take a 10-3 lead.  The Lightning took advantage of a hit, three walks, a hit batsman and three USM errors to score 6 runs and close the score to 10-9 in the bottom of the fourth.  Despite being unable to score themselves, the Wildcats kept the Lightning from striking again, and returned to Milwaukee with a victory.

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Boys Tennis at the Jim Laing Invitational

The University School boys’ tennis team took 3rd place in the Jim Laing Invitational Tournament on Friday April 5th and Saturday, April 6th at the Pleasant Valley Tennis Club in Jackson.

As they often do, the Wildcats began their season by playing in the tournament named after the school’s long time coach, Jim Laing. Each year USM invites some of the top teams in Division 2 to compete in the tournament.

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Baseball vs. Brookfield Academy

David Mock pitched a complete-game shutout to lead the University School baseball team to 6-0 victory over Brookfield Academy in a Midwest Classic Conference game on Thursday, April 4th at Brookfield Academy.

The weather was downright cold. Snowflakes swirled through the air during the contest.  But Mock was just as cool.  He allowed the Blue Knights just three hits and five walks in seven innings of work.  He struck out five batters along the way.

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Boys Lacrosse vs. Janesville

The University School boys’ lacrosse team began the season with a long trip to play Janesville in a non-conference game on Thursday, April 4th at the Janesville Youth Sports Complex in Janesville.  The Wildcats took an early lead but could not hold it and returned to USM with a 6-5 loss.

The Wildcats began well. They took a 4-0 lead in the first quarter, and at halftime led 4-1.  They gave up two more goals in the third quarter, but did not score themselves.  Janesville outscored USM 3-2 in the final 12 minutes of the contest to capture the win.  Janesville was efficient in the shots on goal department, scoring on six out of eight shots at USM’s goalie, Alex Sanchez.

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Baseball vs. Brookfield Academy

It was Opening Day for the University School baseball team and what a good start it was.

The Wildcats rallied from behind and won the game in their last at bats when senior Henry Hartjes drew a bases loaded walk to defeat Brookfield Academy 7-6 in a Midwest Classic Conference game played Wednesday, April 3rd  at USM.

USM has a strong senior presence on this year’s team: seven players: Hartjes, Keegan Kubicki, Branden Hicks-Becker, Tripp Grebe, David Mock, Justin Sinykin, and Brandon Montijo. All of them started and helped the Wildcats win.

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Boys Hockey vs. Nennah/Menasha/Hortonville

Mission accomplished. Goals achieved. State Champions. The University School Wildcats accomplished the ultimate goal of their 2018-2019 season on Saturday, March 2nd by defeating Neenah/Menasha/Hortonville 6-2 in the championship game of the WIAA State Boys Hockey Tournament at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

It was a perfect way for the Wildcats to celebrate the 100th year of ice hockey at USM (including its predecessors).  USM joined an elite group of winners, becoming the fifth school to win three or more state championships since the WIAA began the tournament in 1971.

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