Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Hamilton was 21-3 this season and Brady Ellingson, a junior, was among the top 20 scorers in the state.
Brady Ellingson, a junior at Hamilton High School, was voted the boys basketball Player of the Year in the Greater Metro Conference, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ellingson averaged 22.7 points per game, according to WisSports.net. That was tied for 19th in the state, based on the website’s rankings. The Chargers finished tied with Brookfield Central atop the conference standings at 13-1, and then lost 49-36 to Arrowhead in the WIAA Regional final. Also on the Greater Metro first team from Hamilton was Tony Gumina, and Andy Cerroni was Coach of the Year. Mark Gryszkiewicz and Jake Knueppel were awarded honorable mention, according to the Journal Sentinel.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Both the boys and girls basketball teams sport an unblemished conference record with the season winding down.
The Sussex Hamilton Chargers boys basketball team continued its winning ways Tuesday against Brookfield East. The Chargers continue to cruise as leaders of the pack in the Greater Metro Conference and hold a perfect 9-0 record so far this season. The Chargers are 16-1 overall, and have won two in a row since losing by a basket to Wisconsin Lutheran last week. The Chargers defeated Brookfield East Tuesday 53-43 at home, and they were led in scoring once again by Brady Ellingson who dropped 22, according to Wissports.net. Sussex is currently ranked fourth in the state, according to the latest polls published Jan. 29. Ellingson has led the team all year scoring 23.8 points per game and hitting 60 baskets from beyond the arc, according to …
Monday, January 14, 2013
All conference games on Jan. 25 will be dedicated to overcoming the scourge of child abuse and will push for funds to aid programs at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
The Greater Metro Conference will hold its 1st Annual Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Night on Jan. 25 to support Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Child Abuse Prevention Programs. Sixteen GMC teams will be competing that night in boys and girls basketball at eight GMC locations. Boys games will be at Brookfield Central, Brookfield East, Marquette University High School and West Allis Central. Girls games are at Menomonee Falls, Wauwatosa East, Sussex Hamilton and West Allis Nathan Hale. All eight host sites will distribute literature, and all athletes will be wearing “blue ribbons for kids” temporary tattoos to create awareness and combat the national and local epidemic of child abuse. The Wauwatosa East High baseball team will also …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The Chargers and the Lancers battle for first place in the Greater Metro Conference Tuesday, and arting Patch is blogging live starting at 7 p.m.
The Sussex Hamilton Chargers remained undefeated after a grind-it-out victory over the Brookfield Central Lancers Tuesday. The Chargers' 41-30 win over their conference foe puts the team in sole possesion of first place in the Greater Metro Conference at the halfway point in the season. Though the Chargers record remains unblemished, everyone who stepped on the court left with their share of bruises in a game Wisconsin Badgers Coach Bo Ryan would have enjoyed. The Lancers stayed in a 1-3-1 zone throughout the night, and did what they could to trap Chargers' star guard Brady Ellingson on the perimeter to disrupt his three-point shooting ability. The translated to long possessions for the Chargers, as they moved the ball around to find a …
Monday, January 7, 2013
Sussex Patch will be blogging live as Brookfield Central and Sussex Hamilton square of for sole possession of first place in the conference.
The Sussex Hamilton varsity basketball team has sported an untarnished record so far this season. The team’s perfection will be put to the test Tuesday as they hit the hard court for sole possession of first place in the Greater Metro Conference. The Chargers (11-0, 5-0 Greater Metro) will host the Brookfield Central Lancers (9-1, 5-0 Greater Metro) at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hamilton High School. The winner will take sole possession of first place in the conference at the halfway point in the season. The Chargers come into Tuesday’s matchup after posting a convincing 58-28 win over West Allis Hale in an emotional, and heart-warming game. Fans from both teams wore the colors of the opposition to show solidarity in the face of dual tragedies. …
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Eight other Hamilton football players honored by the conference.
Hamilton running back Drew Patterson and lineman Tony Koepnick were named the Greater Metro Conference Offensive Back and Lineman of the Year, according to the Sussex Sun. Patterson, a junior, rushed for 1,969 yards and 26 touchdowns during the season. "Drew has the ability to run past you, through you or around you," Hamilton coach John Damato said to the paper. Koepnick anchored the offensive line with his 6-3, 284-pound frame, the paper noted. "I think Tony is a model for persistence," Damato said to the newspaper. "He never wavered from his own personal goals, and he knew the only way he could accomplish them was through hard work." Tight end Tony Gumina and center Sufyan Hamouda earned first-team All Conference. On defense, …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Twenty-five students who participated in fall athletics named to the Greater Metro Conference list.
More than two dozen Hamilton High School students have been named Greater Metro Conference (GMC) Fall 2012-13 Scholar Athletes. Coaches nominated the students who earned at least a 3.5 GPA, participated in at least 75 percent of the varsity matches and was a sophomore or older. "These student-athletes serve as a great example to others demonstrating combined academic and athletic success," the district said in a statement. The students: Boys soccer: Ian Kloehn, Connor Leuty, Andrew MeClone, Brenton Reilly, Tyler Wischnefski Girl's Tennis: Rachael Kwiatkowski, Courtney Vaughn, Hailee Weber, Frances Weiss Gril's golf: Samantha Williams, Meghan Anthony, Liza Thies Volleyball: Makayla Emmer, Tristen Hayes, Hannah Jasinski, Abigail …
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Menomonee Falls and Sussex Hamilton met in the annual gridiron border battle under the lights of Schumann Stadium Friday. The Indians dished the Chargers their first loss of the season.
The New York Mets and the New York Yankees had the “Subway Series”. The Brewers and the Cubs have the “I-94 Rivalry." The Menomonee Falls Indians and the Sussex Hamilton Chargers have the “Highway 74” rivalry. And the 2012 installment of the border battle did not disappoint. The Indians brought the fourth-ranked Chargers' undefeated season to an end under the lights at Schumann Stadium Friday. The Indians (3-2, 3-1 Greater Metro) put an end to the Chargers' (4-1, 3-1 Greater Metro) perfect season with a dose of hard-hitting defense, and tough running. From the start, it was clear the energy and significance of the match up wasn't lost on the boys in burgundy and grey. Beyond the three turnovers, the Chargers will likely leave Schumann …
Monday, September 17, 2012
The boys soccer team will take on the Sussex Hamilton Chargers at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Fans that bring a non-perishable food item will get into the game free of charge.
On Tuesday, the boys varsity soccer team will kick off rivalry week at home against the Sussex Hamilton Chargers. However, on game day soccer fans can show up in force to cheer on the Indians and help out their community at the same time. All soccer fans that bring at least two non-perishable food items to the game will get in free of charge. All donations will benefit the Menomonee Falls Area Food Pantry, which is always in need of donations from the community. The game will begin at 7 p.m. at Menomonee Falls High School. The Indians (8-4-1, 3-1 Greater Metro) went 2-1 at a tournament a Cedarburg Saturday. They defeated Green Bay Southwest and Racine Case, but lost to Verona. The Chargers (6-6-0, 1-2 Greater Metro) come into Tuesday’s …
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The Chargers snagged the win 7-1, scoring three runs in the first inning. They'll face Brookfield East on Friday.
The Hamilton High School Chargers were on fire Tuesday night, defeating the Wauwatosa East High School Red Raiders 7-1. Playing at Hamilton, the Chargers had a home-field advantage, snagging five runs in the first three innings before Tosa East scored their first in the fourth inning. The Red Raider's one and only run by junior Ben Carpenter came after a throwing error by Hamilton senior Marc Lunowa. Hamilton junior Aaron Mushall and senior Marc Lunowa rounded out the final two runs for the Chargers in the bottom of the fourth, leaving them with seven runs total. The team from Hamilton, seeded fifth, will now play fourth-seeded Brookfield East on Friday night at 5:30 p.m. at Brookfield East High School. The Spartans sectured their spot in…