School Board recognizes 50 students for athletic excellence
Posted: July 24, 2019
Updated: July 26, 2019
Fifty Wauwatosa School District students qualified for spring state competition through Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) sanctioned sports in 2019.
On Monday, July 22, the Wauwatosa School Board recognized those students for their achievements in athletic excellence.
The Board also recognized East High School students Noah Viste and Sydney Halstead who were recently named Greater Metro Conference Athletes of the year for the 2018-2019 school year.
Congratulations to all of this year’s state athletes. We’re #tosaproud!
WIAA State Track Qualifiers:
East High School - Girls
Jetta Mays - All-State, 100m & 200m 5th for all Divisions
East High School - Boys
Chase Roberts - State Champion 400m Dash
Max Radcliffe - All-State, 4x800m 3rd for all Divisions
Nile Bridges - All-State, 4x800m 3rd for all Divisions
Max Finco - All-State, 4x800m 3rd for all Divisions
Henry Wellenstein - All-State, 4x800m 3rd for all Divisions
West High School - Girls
Abbigail Kuna - 10th place Discus
Charis Riebe - 6th place 100m Hurdles
Ja'Cey Simmons - 3rd place 100m Dash & 2nd place 200m Dash
West High School - Boys
WIAA State Qualifier West High School Tennis:
Noah Viste - All-State First Team, finished top 8
Zachary Schumacher & Thomas Schmidt
WIAA State Qualifiers Boys Golf:
(Pictured: Members of the Wauwatosa School Board with state-qualifying athletes.)
(Pictured: Sydney Halstead, Greater Metro Conference Athlete of the Year - Girls Soccer)
(Pictured: Noah Viste, Greater Metro Conference Athlete of the Year - Boys Tennis)