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AS OF TUESDAY, JUNE 9 WE HAVE 250+ LANCER STUDENT ATHLETES SIGNED UP FOR THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!!
ERIK WALHGREN, BCHS Class of 2012, was once just another young student in Elmbrook Swim club. He now swims for the UW-Milwaukee Panthers as a junior.
2013-14 - Swam in the 50, 100, 200 and 500 freestyle events at the Horizon League Championships ...posted season-best times in all four events ... came in fifth in the 100 and 200 free in the season-opener Oct. 19 vs. Grand Valley State ...took fourth in both the 100 free and 200 free one day later at UIC ... took third in the 200 free and sixth in the 100 free the next day at Chicago
2012-13 - Swam primarily sprint freestyle events as a freshman ...swept the 50, 100 and 200 free at the Midwest Invitational to close out the season ... posted season-best times in all three swims ...was second in the 100 free and third in the 50 free in a win over Wright State Oct. 26
Brookfield Central's varsity girls' soccer team beat DSHA 1-0 on Tuesday, May 12. The Dashers (3-2 overall, 0-2 Greater Metro), ranked second in Division 1 in the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association poll, mounted a furious comeback in the final minutes, but it wasn't enough to score them any points. Great job, lady lancers! Click here to read the article.
Baseball season might seem far away for most students, but the hard-working members of next year's team never think it's too early to start preparing. Junior Justin Stollberg and sophomore Sam Rohde have been noticed by coaches and students for putting in the extra time - and it will certainly pay off.
"Justin wants it more than anyone," Mike Panos said of his teammate, noting that Stollberg is the first to come and the last to leave but always has a positive attitude. Similarly, Rohde fights through a foot injury but still practices and stays humble.
It is athletes like this that make Brookfield Central sports such a success. It just goes to show that putting in the time during the off-season can pay off big time by opening day... but we'll just have to wait and see.
Like these pictures of Central students on the court, in the gym, and on the field? Check out more of them by viewing on online gallery. Thank you to the Brookfield NOW photographers and BCHS Legend Yearbook staff for supplying the pictures.