Carly Townsend and the Germantown girls volleyball team will play for its first state-tournament berth since in nearly a decade after downing second-seeded Oconomowoc in the sectional semifinal Oct. 30.
When the state high school season began in mid-August, Oconomowoc’s Brian Jacques was nowhere to be found any of the state cross country radar screens. And for good reason. He did not run cross country in his freshman season.
Two years ago Oconomowoc's varsity boys soccer program was doing well under the direction of two veteran coaches - Jason Werchowski and former Milwaukee Wave star Dan Green.
Awards were handed out for the Oconomowoc varsity tennis team on Oct. 20 for a team that recorded its best postseason finishes in more than a decade, taking second in the Waukesha South subsectional and fourth in the sectional. The Raccoons also grabbed third place in the Wisconsin Little Ten this season.
Watertown scored with 3:26 left in the game, and the Oconomowoc football team was forced to settle for a 17-14 loss in the season finale Oct. 17 at OHS. The Raccoons, who won their first game of the season against West Bend West with a shutout one week earlier, finished the 2014 campaign at 1-8.
Oconomowoc's varsity girls swim team lapped visiting Beaver Dam on Oct.16 at the YMCA at Pabst Farms in a dual-meet victory.
Leah Fenske totaled 38 kills on Oct. 18 at the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference triple dual at West Bend, where the Raccoons won two of three matches to finish league play with an 11-3 record.
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