The Brookfield Glacier girls hockey team will open the season on Friday-Saturday, Nov. 27-28, playing Arrowhead in a two-day tournament at the Mullet Center.
The Brookfield Central/Brookfield East/Catholic Memorial boys hockey co-op will be beginning it's fourth season with plenty of experience returning.
Brookfield East was not among the preseason favorites in the Greater Metro Conference race this year. So when all was said and done, coach Tom Swittel's Spartans surprised everyone but themselves when the dust had settled.
Despite going undefeated (7-0) and winning the Greater Metro Conference Championship in only his second season, Brookfield Central coach Jed Kennedy had plenty of memories about the current season that had more to do that what happened on the field.
Both Oak Creek and Brookfield Central played their first girls basketball game of the season Nov. 20 at Central, but the Knights pulled away in the second half for a 59-46 victory.
The Brookfield East boys volleyball team tied for first place in the Greater Metro Conference, won their sectional and finished tied for third at the WIAA State Boys Volleyball Tournament.
The Brookfield East girls basketball team got off to a 2-0 start last weekend, winning a blowout over Burlington, 74-39, and a close game, 62-56, against a good Kimberly team, as the Spartans look to start a new trend.
The Brookfield East girls swimming and diving team had an outstanding season, and there was plenty to celebrate at the end-of-the-season banquet.
Brookfield Central boys volleyball coach Ken Nash was pleased with the Lancers' improvement this year and gave special credit to the five seniors on the team.
Friday night is going to be huge for the Brookfield Central and Brookfield East boys and girls basketball teams.