Oak Creek Sports News
Tuesday Apr 21 | via Franklin
A rare perfect April 18 Saturday afternoon yielded a perfectly fun and entertaining softball border rivalry game at Oak Creek East Middle School, as the unbeaten host Knights held off archrival Franklin in a fiercely fought 5-4 decision. The Sabers trailed the Knights 5-3 going into the final frame but punched home a run to close the gap. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via OakCreek
Spreading out its talent and judiciously gauging how far certain athletes could be pushed, the Oak Creek boys track team continued to show off its depth by winning its second outdoor meet in just four days at the Mukwonago M-Club Relays on April 14. "I think we've been bridesmaids at this meet for something like seven years," he said. "We spread out some kids in different events, and it was nice to see us finally win here." Comment?
Sunday Apr 19 | via OakCreek
During a six-day stretch, the Oak Creek softball team handed Kenosha Bradford and Waukesha West their first losses of the season and also knocked off perennial power Greenfield in a nonconference contest. "We're starting to play to our potential and our defense's mental preparedness is beginning to show, but we need to battle every at-bat up and down the lineup, not just one through six," Oak Creek coach Nathan Vance said. Comment?
Thursday Apr 16 | via OakCreek
Numbers count for a lot in track, and the Oak Creek boys and girls squads are using them effectively in this early portion of the season. Despite still being a bit short-handed because of spring break and the concurrent band trip to Toronto, the Knights turned in impressive performances in claiming both sides of their outdoor opener, the West Allis Hale Mondo Invitational on April 11. "We started out with about 110 girls," said girls coach Bob Haberli, "and we're still at about 95 out now. Comment?
Saturday Apr 11 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
West Allis - The Oak Creek track and field teams showed up for the West Allis Hale Mondo Invitational on Saturday without any expectations. "It's a matter of just checking how kids are doing, get a feel of where they are at this point and let the kids enjoy themselves," Oak Creek boys coach Rick Stack said. Comment?
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