Players named All-GMC
Forwards Courtney Lemon and Mackenzie Latt were both named second team All-Conference in the Greater Metro by girls basketball coaches.
Hamilton went without a first or second-team selection on the boys side, though three players were named honorable mention.
In hockey, Austin Haga and Joe Sanicola were both named second team in the North Shore Conference for their role with the Germantown-Menomonee Falls-Sussex Hamilton Ice Bears co-op.
North Shore hockey:
|Joe Aiken||Whitefish Bay||Forward|
Second team: Austin Haga, F, Germantown; Olaf Jurenko, F, Cedarburg; Thomas Fazio, F, Homestead; Joe Sanicola, D, Germantown; Cody Furey, D, Cedarburg; Sean Leahy, G, Whitefish Bay
Germantown honorable mention: Tyler Acheson, F; Trevor Collins, G
Greater Metro boys basketball:
|Jean-Pierre Tokoto||Menomonee Falls||Junior|
|Alex Olson||Brookfield Central||Senior|
|CJ Gregg||Brookfield East||Senior|
|Darrell Bowie||Wauwatosa East||Junior|
Second team: Seth Mortag, Jr., Brookfield Central; Jalen Ramey, Sr., Menomonee Falls; Anthony Carroll, Soph., Wauwatosa East; Jarvis Garrett, Soph., West Allis Central; Najeal McMillian, Jr., West Allis Central
Hamilton honorable mention: Brandon Hagenow, Jr.; Tony Gumina, Soph.; Brady Ellingson, Fr.
Greater Metro girls basketball:
|Valerierose Agnello||Brook. Central||Senior|
|Anna Liewen||Brook. Central||Junior|
Second team: Laura Burbach, Sr., Brookfield East; Mackenzie Latt, Fr., Hamilton; Courtney Lemon, Sr., Hamilton; Erin Crownover, Soph., Menomonee Falls; Rachel Defnet, Jr., Menomonee Falls
Hamilton high honorable mention: Jamie Destache, Sr.
Hamilton honorable mention: Jenny Shernell, Soph.
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