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2015 BCABC Hall of Fame Nominations are now being taken. Please see the nomination form listed below. Submit this nomination form by Friday January 9, 2015 for your nominee to be eligible for selection as part of the BCABC Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
Grace has recently confirmed that she will be a Drake Bulldog next year.
Brookfield Central senior Grace Dunn signed a letter of intent on the morning of November 12th to attend Drake University next year. Coach Brian Scrobel, Athletic Director Todd Sobrilsky, and Principal Brett Gruetzmacher are incredibly proud of this talented young athlete. Brookfield Central thanks her for four amazing seasons of golf and has called Grace the "best golfer in Brookfield Central's history". Congratulations, Grace!
See the "Letters of Intent" section at the bottom of the page for more information.
"This student has excelled in the classroom as well as in the community. She has devoted time and effort to the improvement of Brookfield Central High School as well as community projects."
A series of incredible performances by all of the Lady Lancer cross country runners led to an unexpected 6th place finish at the WIAA State race on November 1st. The first BC runner, freshman Leah Neustedter, placed 13th overall in the race and finished the 5k in 19:10. Other highlights include Abby Mauermann in 43rd (19:36), Lucy Kwiatkowski in 69th (19:52), Megan Hlava in 70th (19:53), Emma Kumer in 91st (20:07), Kasey Ledvorowski in 102nd (20:14), and Rachel Hirsch in 118th (20:23).
"Either I will find a way... or I will make one."
- Philip Sidney
KASEY LEDVOROWSKI is a senior on the girls' cross country team. She has run on varsity cross country and track for four years.
This season was different than the last season because I knew it would be my last time running cross country at central. So every meet we ran at was 1 step closer to the end, I tried to make the most out of it.
Cross country is the best sport at central because it is a unique sport. To start off, its a no cut sport and varsity and jv aren't separated like most sports. So it gives people the opportunity to meet more runners. Also, we are a very close team and always make sure everyone feels included at all times. However, what makes cross country the best is how strong and determined everyone is. We do probably the hardest workouts at the school, and even when we feel like dying at the end, everyone shows up the next day ready to run again.
I do plan on running both cross country and track in college, although I don't know where that is going to be quite yet.
The most recent swim meet ended with a four-girl team of Natalie Daniels, Claire Flatley, Gwen Gustafson, and Nikki Wahlgren finishing in first place with an overall time of 1:40.65, composed of the four girls' splits for 50 meters of free swimming. Here are their individual performances:
In the 500m Free, Natalie Daniels finished with a 26.42. In the 100m Free, Claire Flatley finished with a 50.73, with a 50 split of 24.31. In the 150m Free, Gwen Gustafson swam a 1:15.49, which equates to a 24.76 split time. In the 200m Free, Nikki Wahlgren got a 1:40.65, which equaled a 25.16 split. Congratulations, ladies!
Stop by the athletic office if you are interested in purchasing a lancer half zip. They will be sold for $25. Gear up and stay warm with this awesome new pullover!