Winning easily over three foes, the Grafton softball team remained unbeaten within the state of Wisconsin. The Black Hawks downed Greendale, 13-3, on April 29; blanked Port Washington, 10-0, on April 27 and routed Milwaukee Lutheran, 29-0, on April 25 to improve to 6-0 within the boundaries of the state. Grafton's only losses came during a spring break trip to Alabama. The margin of the victory over Port Washington was somewhat of a surprise, since Port had been playing well this season.
Casey Garza and the 4x200-meter relay team of Delaney Reindl, Kate Senczyszyn, Jaden Mirek and Abby Cibulka both won championships at the Waukesha North Invitational on April 29. Garza prevailed in the discus with 102 feet, 3 inches and the relay finished in 1 minute, 49.37 seconds for the Black Hawks, who finished third in the meet with 63 point. Cibulka also came in second in the long jump with 16-½ for the Hawks.
Ryan Stachurski captured medalist honors for the Grafton boys golf team in the Port Washington Invitational on April 28 at Hawthorne Hills. Stachurski fired a 72 to top a pair of Whitefish Bay golfers by one stroke for the top individual spot in the field. His effort also helped the Black Hawks claim a solid second place with 406 shots, behind Whitefish Bay's 389, in the 12-team field.
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