Milton tennis rolls into sectional
The beat goes on for Lea Krajcovicova.
The Milton High junior and foreign-exchange student from Slovakia improved to 21-0 on the season by winning her only match at Monday's Division 1 Stoughton Subsectional tennis tournament.
As a team, Milton is tied with Madison East for first place with 20 team points heading into Wednesday's sectional meet at Lake Geneva Badger. The sectional team champion advances to the state team tournament later this month.
Elizabeth Murphy and Hannah Simes also advanced for the Red Hawks in singles. Milton's doubles team of Maddie Erdman and Zyann Furseth advanced to the sectional, along with Ninna Mendoza and Bailee Priewe.
At the Division 1 Burlington subsectional, which also feeds into the Badger Sectional, Janesville Parker and Janesville Craig earned 10 points each.
Craig's Kaylee Rossing advanced in No. 1 singles, while both the No. 2 doubles team of Hayley Hughes and Kenzie Trappe moved on, as well as Sierra Reese and Sara Runde at No. 3 doubles.
Parker will be represented at the sectional meet by No. 1 singles player Becky Harmata, Meghann Hoag at No. 2, and Megan Mitchell at No. 3 singles.
Lake Geneva Badger, behind junior Cricket Gelderman, won the Burlington Subsectional and takes 18 points into the sectional meet. Gelderman, whose only loss this season is to Krajcovicova, improved to 19-1 on the season.
At the Division 2 subsectional at Madison Edgewood, Whitewater and East Troy finished tied for third with 12 points. The host Crusaders won with 24 points.
Michala Schramm improved to 23-0 at No. 1 singles for Whitewater.
Lake Geneva Badger 18, Waterford 16, Janesville Craig 10, Janesville Parker 10, Delavan-Darien 8, Mukwonago 8, Elkhorn 4, Burlington 2, Beloit Memorial 0.
No. 1—Cricket Gelderman (Badger), 19-1; Peyton Scherff (Mukwonago), 9-14; Kaylee Rossing (Craig), 6-7; Becky Harmata (Parker), 11-11.
No. 2—Lily Fisher (Badger), 21-0; Meghann Hoag (Parker), 14-10.
No. 3—Megan Mitchell (Parker), 15-9; Emily Brekke (Waterford), 13-7.
No. 4—Hayley Ellie (Waterford), 15-6; Victoria Bouris (Badger), 7-0.
No. 1—Alyssa Helwig-Bridget Brockmann (Waterford), 18-4; Olivia Leuck-Alli Zeman (Burlington), 10-10; Sam Hoyord-Kylie Bliss (Delavan-Darien), 13-3; Joanie Williams-Andrea Chironis (Badger), 12-2.
No. 2—Emily Roghan-Taylor Webb (Waterford), 4-1; Hayley Hughes-Kenzie Trappe (Craig), 11-7.
No. 3—Samantha Price-Erika Sesing (Elkhorn), 11-7; Sierra Reese-Sara Runde (Craig), 9-9.
Madison Edgewood 24, McFarland 16, Whitewater 12, East Troy 12, Walworth Big Foot/Williams Bay 4, Jefferson 4. Monroe 4, Edgerton 0, Lake Mills 0.
No. 1—Sara Murphy (Edgewood), 18-10; Abby Polipnick (McFarland), 14-4; Annie McGrail (Big Foot/Bay), 16-10; Michala Schramm (Whitewater), 23-0.
No. 2—Marieke VanRyborek (Edgewood), 15-9; Megan Speich (McFarland), 17-2.
No. 3—Jessie O'Brien (Edgewood), 21-2; Andrea Butcher (Edgewood), 19-1.
No. 4—Kate Zellmer (Edgewood), 17-6; Nicole Barr (East Troy), 25-2.
No. 1—Lauren Keller-Morgan Molitor (Edgewood), 22-3; Ellie Grossen-Chandra McGuire (Monroe), 17-5; Stephanie Nelson-Morgan Nathan (Whitewater), 22-2; Paige Kloth-Abi Goode (East Troy), 22-2.
No. 2—Marigrace Carney-Natalie Meicher (Edgewood), 20-3; Sabrina Fillmore-Melanie Aust (McFarland), 12-0.
No. 3—Maggie Seibert-Martha Longely (Edgewood), 20-5; Tori Samuels-Amanda Mack (Whitewater), 25-0.