Little change in My Girls Prep Basketball Rankings


New Berlin West (16-1, 11-0, first)

Tip of Sky Cap: First-year coach Collin Thompson has his team on a 14-game winning streak, as Alyssa (Chubby) Nelson (15.4 pts), Morgan Henrichs (8.1 points, 5.5 rebs, 4.5 assts) and Maddie Fritz (7.9 pts) lead the way along with great defense.

New Berlin Eisenhower (11-5, 9-2 in second)

Tip of Sky Cap: Sophomore Julia Hintz (13 pts, 5 assts), Katie Ludwig (9.4 pts, 3.8 rebs) and Hannah Plockelman (8.0 pts, 7 rebs, 2 assts) have been consistent during the 2-game win streak, with two winnable games on the horizon.

Brookfield Central (7-7, 5-4, tied for third).

Tip of Sky Cap: Senior Leah Swenson has stepped up to help out senior Caroline Busch and freshman Anna Mortag offensively. But the best news of all, senior Claire Haynes has worked hard to return after a bad back injury and her leadership and timely play has been important. She had two key assists and a steal in the final minutes in the 48-43 win over Divine Savior Holy Angels.

Brookfield East (9-9, 4-6 tied for sixth)

Tip of Sky Cap: junior Molly DeValkenaere has been a steady influence (13 pts, 7 rebs), but junior Emma Ralfs (9.6 pts, 5.0 rebs, 3.1 assts, 3 steals) has been playing an excellent, consistent floor game. Brookfield East finally snapped a 6-game losing streak last week.

Wauwatosa East (12-4, 5-4 tied for third)

Tip of Sky Cap: Sophomore Brooklyn Blackburn tops the team (15.2 pts, 8.7 rebs and senior Johanna Taylor (9.8 pts, 7.1 reb) have played well. But the Red Raiders have lost two straight and they have Divine Savior Holy Angels (twice) and Menomonee Falls coming up.

Wauwatosa West (5-12, 2-9 fifth)

Tip of Sky Cap: To Dasia Davis, who tops the team in pts (11.0), rebs (8.7) and assts (2.4). Trojans approaching last year’s Woodland West win total (3) with two of the next three games very winnable. West must improve their defense, though.


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