The $1,000 awards are being made to teachers, their schools, and graduating high school students.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Saturday, February 16, 2013
With one relay taking second and a handful of other top-10 swims, the Greendale-Greenfield co-op had a solid day at the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championships.
Sophomore Rick Perez and junior Ross Rybakowicz put turned in shining performances in the high school swimming season finale Saturday. The tandem combined for four top-nine individual swims at the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championship in Madison, and also powered the Greendale-Greenfield PantherHawks to a pair of top relay finishes, including a sparkling showing in the 200-yard medley relay. In that race, Perez and Rybakowicz teamed with Andrew Staszak and Adam Fleischhacker for second in 1 minute, 35.6 seconds, just off the pace set by Madison Memorial’s 1:35.17. Perez also swam third in the 100 backstroke in 50.84, behind only Homestead junior Nicholas Petersen’s state record-breaking time of 49.34 and West Bend senior Matt McHugh’…
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Proceeds from the event help support 22 Greendale High School organized sports teams.
The Greendale Panthers Athletic Booster Club will be hosting its Casino Night fundraiser from 7-11:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, at Tuckaway Country Club, 6901 W. Drexel Ave. Proceeds from the event help support 22 Greendale High School organized sports teams. Over the past six years, the GPABC has contributed more than $350,000 for uniforms, replay camera, a scoreboard, field turf, track, softball and baseball field improvements, weight room equipment, as well as offset costs for the Greendale School District. Tickets to Casino Night are $40. The cost includes casino script money and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets can be purchased online. Can’t attend but still want to help? Consider becoming an event, dinner or music sponsor or contribute to the …
Greendale finished fourth in the Super Large Varsity division, which is a division for teams with 20 to 30 members, in Orlando Feb. 9-10.
The Greendale High School cheer team competed in the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, joining more than 450 teams at the two day event Feb. 9-10. Greendale finished fourth in the Super Large Varsity division, which is a division for teams with 20 to 30 members. Teams performed skills of stunting, tumbling, jumping, pyramids, dance and crowd-leading in a choreographed 2.5-minute routine. The Greendale girls made it through Saturday's preliminaries in seventh before elevating to fourth in the finals. In addition to competing, Greendale organized a practice for all Wisconsin teams Friday, Feb 8. The eight teams representing Wisconsin got together for a final practice and run through of their routines. Teams …
Monday, February 11, 2013
The Greenfield-Greendale co-op dominated its own sectional Saturday and will have state competitors in all 12 events next weekend.
The Greendale/Greenfield boys swim team’s annual pilgrimage to the UW-Natatorium for the WIAA Division 1 State Swimming and Diving Championships will once again take place this weekend. But this time the PantherHawks might have outdone themselves. The co-op won seven of 12 events to easily win its own sectional Saturday at Greenfield High School, but perhaps even more impressive is that the PantherHawks qualified for state in every event. Event winners automatically qualified for the state meet, as did the 18 best non-winning sectional efforts statewide. Greendale/Greenfield sophomore Rick Perez was among those who took the former route multiple times. Perez won the 200-yard individual medley in 1 minute, 56.44 seconds, the fourth-best …
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Sunday, February 10, 2013
Thomas Welch, the Greendale/St. Thomas More 113-pounder, finished second at Saturday's regional and will compete in the WIAA sectional with six of his teammates Feb. 16.
Two Greendale/St. Thomas More wrestlers grappled for the championship at a WIAA regional tournament at Greenfield and Saturday, and seven of the co-op’s competitors survived to see next weekend’s sectional. Thomas Welch, Greendale/St. Thomas More’s 113-pounder, scored quarterfinal and semifinal pins before getting pinned himself by Muskego’s Austin Quartullo in 3 minutes, 54 seconds, in the championship match. Welch bounced back, however, to beat Waterford’s Dan McGilvary, 6-2, in the second-place bout. The top four placewinners at each weight class advanced to the WIAA sectional, to be held at Waukesha West at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16. Greendale/St. Thomas More’s Jared Rosen (29-6) at 106, Sam Walton (33-8) at 145 and Dustin Donald (…
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The Greenfield-Greendale co-op swim team and Greendale wrestling squad begin WIAA competition Saturday at Greenfield High School.
The WIAA swimming and wrestling postseason kicks off Saturday, and Greenfield High School will be at the center of attention. The school will host both the WIAA Division 1 swimming sectional meet and a D1 regional wrestling tournament. The swimming meet will be a strong test for the Greenfield-Greendale co-op boys unit, which despite winning eight of 12 events took second at the 10-team Woodland Conference meet Feb. 2, finishing behind the deeper Shorewood Greyhounds. PantherHawk winners were: The 11-team sectional is at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9. Diving is at 6 p.m. Friday, also at Greenfield High School. Among the teams expected to compete for the title with the PantherHawks is Southeast Conference champion Franklin. Wrestling postseason …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Car makers were the primary producer of new ads on Super Bowl XLVII, but who had the best? Vote in our poll and talk about it in the comments.
The Super Bowl long ago stopped being just a football game. Creative advertisements that debut during the broadcast are as much of a draw as the contest itself, and Super Bowl XLVII was no different This year, Mercedez-Benz generated some controversy with a “teaser” that circulated online featuring model Kate Upton, but the actual ad was far different, featuring Usher, among others. Toyota employed Kaley Cuoco, star of “Big Bang Theory.” Auto makers Audi, Volkswagen and Hyundai also jumped in the fray, along with Pepsi, Allstate and other big names. Which was your favorite from this year’s game? Vote in our poll or add your own favorite in the comments, or by adding a link.
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Whether your team is playing or not, everyone looks forward to Super Bowl-style eating. Here are some easy recipes you can whip up yourself at home.
Super Bowl XLVII is this Sunday, Feb. 3. Some people look forward to the game, the funny commercials and the halftime show (Beyoncé). But others are solely there for the wings, the nachos and the pizza - and rightfully so. There’s something about Super Bowl food that gives the day an almost Thanksgiving-like aura. Both events boast a big, communal meal - except on Super Bowl Sunday, it’s usually deep fried and covered in Buffalo sauce. Try these easy recipes: Super Easy Super Bowl Guacamole Ingredients: Directions: Buffalo Chicken Meatballs (adapted from Rachael Ray) - serves 8 Ingredients: Directions: What are some of your favorite recipes for a Super Bowl party? Share in the comments below.