Warhawk Pride

As you start to attend home and away sporting events, it is important to remember that you are representing your school and community. Good sportsmanship is expected. Please cheer positively for Germantown and not against the opposing team, coaches or officials. Profane, racial, sexist or ethnic comments or other intimidating actions directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition. Your help is appreciated.

The Wall of Sound had a busy week with great results. Last Friday, they had a great time performing at the Freshman Tailgate. Halftime of the football game was their first time performing in uniform for a live audience. It was thrilling.

Saturday, Germantown hosted Marching Band Madness. Bands from Cedarburg, Sussex-Hamilton, and Watertown performed their halftime shows for judges and the crowd. The event ended with a mass band performance on the field with over 500 musicians playing On Wisconsin. Good luck to the Wall of Sound as they travel to Franklin for the Saber Marching Invitational. 

On Thursday, September 16th the freshmen boys competed at Arrowhead in the Arrowhead Freshman Boys Invitational. Germantown placed 2nd in the Invitational, finishing with a total of 41 points. Medalists placing in the top ten from Germantown included Cooper Walsh, placing 2nd with a time of 19:25 and Emerson Feltz placing 7th with a time of 22:15.

On Friday, September 17th the junior varsity and varsity teams will be competing in the Franklin Saber Cross Country Invitational at Grant Park. 

Go Warhawks!

On Friday, September 17th the junior varsity and varsity teams will be competing in the Franklin Saber Cross Country Invitational at Grant Park. 

Go Warhawks!

The football team heads to Marquette tonight for a 7pm match-up.  GOOD LUCK!

The Pom and Dance Team performs at halftime of at last Friday's home football game.

Last Friday the Germantown Girls' Golf Team had the opportunity to play Erin Hills - Gabi Cox, Lauryn Boerschig, Em Foran, Emilie Wizner and Hally Bowles all played exceptionally well.  

The Germantown Boys' Soccer Team came up with a bug win Tuesday night against Menomonee Falls.  The scoring started early with a Michael Otchere goal in the 12th minute.  Nick Glodoski gave GTown a 2-0 lead in the first half.  Joey Humphriss got his first of four goals on a tremendous left foot shot that went into the right side net.  Joey went on to get three more goals and tied his own school record for goals in a game with four, that he set just last season.  He came up just short on a few attempts late in the game to break his record.  The final was 8-2 for the boys second conference win and biggest win of the season.  Well done to all!

The Germantown Girls' Swim and Dive Team continues with their winning record.  Last Saturday, they finished first in the Nicolet Sprint Invite out of 8 teams with a final score of 531.  Second place was Whitefish Bay with a score of 327.  

The meet started out with the 400 medley relay breaking the meet record that was previously set in 2016.  Taking first and breaking the record was the team of:
Ali Beay, Izzy Barger, Hanna DeGrace, Ella Heimler, Abby Bruss, Julia Saxman, Johanna Luo and Emma Jacobson.  The previous record was 3:48.38 and the new record was 3:46.69. Katie Linn Poindexter set a new school record in the 1 meter diving, 11 dives with a score of 439, breaking her old record of 436.15 set last year and taking 2nd overall.

Other top finishers included: 
200 Freestyle- Audra Newkirk- 4th
100 IM- Ali Beay- 2nd
50 Free- Izzy Barger- 1st, Johanna Luo- 3rd and Emma Jacobson- 5th
50 Butterfly- Abby Bruss- 1st, Julia Saxman- 3rd
100 Freestyle- Johanna Luo- 1st, Audra Newkirk- 3rd and Emma Jacobson- 5th
200 IM- Hanna DeGrace- 3rd, Ella Heimler- 4th and Andrea Wu- 6th
200 Free Relay- 1st- Kate Ittner, Kaitlyn Wanazek, Emily Archambeau, Paige Johnson, Sophia Johnson, Audra Newkirk, Emily Gequillana and Simone Schulz
50 Backstroke- Ali Beay- 1st, Izzy Barger- 3rd and Julia Saxman- 6th
50 Breastroke- Hanna DeGrace- 2nd, Abby Bruss- 3rd, Ella Heimler- 5th and Andrea Wu- 6th
500 Freestyle Relay- 1st- Ali Beay, Abby Bruss, Hanna DeGrace, Johanna Luo, Kate Ittner, Emma Jacobson, Andrea Wu, Ella Heimler, Izzy Barger and Julia Saxman

Last night, the team faced Wauwatosa West for another conference dual bringing their conference record to 3-0 for both JV and Varsity. Out of 24 combined JV and Varsity events, Germantown took first in 22 of them. The final scores were Germantown JV 147/Wauwatosa West JV 3.  Germantown Varsity 142/Wauwatosa West Varsity 43.

First place finishes included:
1 meter diving Kristina Wittmann (Varsity); Helen Hudson (JV)
200 Medley Relay Sabina Mrzygold, Abby Bruss, Hanna DeGrace and Ali Beay (Varsity); Kate Ittner, Paige Johnson, Emily Archambeau and Simone Schulz (JV)
200 Free- Sabina Mrzygold (Varsity); Emma Wolf (JV)
200 IM- Izzy Barger (Varsity); Kate Ittner (JV)
50 Free- Kaitlyn Wanazek (JV)
100 Fly- Julia Yange (JV)
100 Free- Hanna DeGrace (Varsity); Paige Johnson (JV)
500 Free Sabina Mrzyglod (Varsity); Simone Schulz (JV)

200 Free Relay- Abby Bruss, Johanna Luo, Andrea Wu and Izzy Barger (Varsity); Emily Archambeau, Kaitlyn Wanazek, Maddy Morin and Emily Gequillana (JV)

100 Back- Ella Heimler (Varsity); Sophia Johnson (JV)
100 Breast- Izzy Barger (Varsity); Paige Johnson (JV)
400 Free Relay- Sabina Mrzyglod, Hanna DeGrace, Ali Beay and Izzy Barger (Varsity); Emma Wolf, Kaitlyn Wanazek, Sophia Johnson and Simone Schulz (JV)

The team travels to Wauwatosa East on Thursday for Conference Relays and Evanston, IL on Saturday for the Wildkit Invite.

Good luck to the girls' tennis team as they hold a quad tomorrow at home.  Matches start at 8:30am.  Good luck!

Good luck to the boys' volleyball team as they hold their big invitational tomorrow at home.  Matches start at 8:30am.  Good luck!

The Germantown Girls' Volleyball Team swept Menomonee Falls. They had wins at all three levels. Junior Lily Wagner was named W7 player of the game leading the team with 19 kills in 3 sets with a .424 hitting percentage.

The Varsity also won their own Warhawk Invitational. They finished 5-0 beating Pewaukee in the finals in 2 sets!

Next up is Brookfield East at home on Tuesday at 5:30/7pm. The Lady Warhawks are 3-0 in conference, 12-2 overall and ranked in the top 10 in the State.  Keep it up!