Carter Ziebell, Slinger wrestling: The junior led the Owls to the North Shore regular season and tournament titles this season. Last weekend at the conference tournament, Ziebell swept through the 120-pound bracket with pins in each round to solidify his status as the state’s top-ranked Division 1 competitor in his weight class by wiwrestling.com. In the final, he pinned Nicolet’s Aaron Johnson in 1 minute 50 seconds.
Molly Tomashek, Grafton/Cedarburg gymnastics The sophomore, who attends Cedarburg, posted three top three finishes in the White Division of Whitefish Bay’s Bradley Invitational Saturday. She won the balance beam (9.025), took second in the floor exercise (9.025) and third on the uneven bars (8.125). That led to a second-place finish in the all-around with a score of 34.325 and contributed to a third-place finish for her team.
Angie Cera, Mukwonago girls basketball: The UW-Milwaukee recruit had her biggest game of the season in her team’s biggest game of the season. In a showdown of Classic 8 co-leaders last Tuesday, the 5-foot-9 guard hit 5 three-pointers and finished with a career-high 25 points plus three rebounds and three steals in a 61-53 victory over Oconomowoc. She continued to hit from long range Friday, sinking 4 threes during a 21-point performance in a 52-46 victory over Waukesha North that pushed her past 1,000 points for her career
Mason Johnson, Milwaukee Golda Meir boys basketball: The senior forward recorded his 16th double-double of the season with a 51-point, 18-rebound performance in a 126-57 victory over Milwaukee Lifelong Learning on Friday. That came after he posted 28 points and 18 rebounds in a 66-62 win over Milwaukee Languages on Tuesday that moved the Owls into a second-place tie in the City Blue Division.
Nick Catalano, Arrowhead hockey: The Warhawks are on the verge of an undefeated regular season and the senior forward has been a key figure in that success. He entered the week with team-highs in goals (31) and assists (33). Last week he posted three goals and four assists in victories over University School, Sheboygan and Middleton. His two goals and three assists in a 6-3 win over Middleton Saturday were one short of his season-high six points.
Jacob Ketterling, Oak Creek swimming and diving: The sophomore won three events Saturday to lead the Knights to their first Southeast Conference title since 1991. He won the 200-yard individual medley in 1 minute 59.87 seconds and the 100 backstroke in 54.10, a season-best time that ranks 15th in Division 1. He also anchored the Knights’ 200 freestyle relay to victory in 1:36.06, another season best that ranks 29th in D1.