Five takeaways: Marquette 35, Germantown 25

Marquette took a 21-0 lead at halftime and a 28-6 lead early in the second half, but Germantown made things interesting at Hart Park on Sept. 29, rallying back within 3 points before ultimately falling to the Hilltoppers in a Greater Metro Conference clash, 35-25.  CLICK HERE  to read more

The Push 2017: A weekly rundown of area high-school football teams on their quest for the playoffs

Playoff eligible
Germantown (4-3, 4-2 in Greater Metro). Germantown made things very interesting with a furious comeback, but ultimately Marquette was able to hold off the Warhawks, led by Daniel Carter’s 330 yards rushing and four touchdowns. This is still a team destined for the playoffs.

Week 8 prep football games to watch

Brookfield East (5-1 Greater Metro) at Germantown (4-2): East will try to rebound from last week’s loss to Brookfield Central against a Warhawks squad that is a few momentum-swinging plays away from being undefeated in the league.

Germantown tops Tosa West

Germantown offense and defense dominated the second half against Wauwatosa West, turning a close game into a dominating victory as the Warhawks won 44-14 The teams traded points throughout the first quarter, with Germantown getting on the board first with a 37-yard field goal by Leffler at the 11:09 mark. CLICK HERE to read more

Germantown          10    7    7    20   44
Wauwatosa West    14    0    0    0    14


The Push 2017: A weekly rundown of area high-school football teams on their quest for the playoffs

Germantown (4-2, 4-1 in Greater Metro). Blake Kunz continued to rack up big numbers with three more touchdown catches as the Warhawks put themselves squarely in position to make the playoffs in their first Greater Metro campaign.

Germantown 35, West Allis Hale 7

Germantown used a running clock for much of the second half on the Huskies, who scored their lone touchdown in the fourth quarter with seven minutes remaining. Jaylen Carter cleared 150 yards in the first half alone with a pair of touchdowns, and Blake Kunz, Mason Batchelor and Robert Sathe all scored, as well. Hale remained on the lookout for its first win this year, while Germantown moved to 3-2 overall and 3-1 in league play. A win over Wauwatosa West on Sept. 22 would make the Warhawks eligible for the playoffs.

WA Hale            0     0     0     7     7
Germantown     14    21   0     0   35

The Push 2017: A weekly rundown of area high-school football teams on their quest for the playoffs

Germantown (3-2, 3-1 in Greater Metro). The Warhawks took care of business against West Allis Hale and next face a spunky Wauwatosa West team in a battle that can get G-Town playoff eligible for the first time as a member of the GMC. After that, the Warhawks can get to work trying to take down some of the GMC royalty in Marquette and Brookfield East.  CLICK HERE to read more

Five takeaways: Brookfield Central 24, Germantown 21

GERMANTOWN – The first two weeks of the season, Brookfield Central’s defense dominated from start to finish.

Friday, the Lancers’ talented unit had to shake off a couple of haymakers from Germantown before bouncing back to secure a 24-21 victory Friday night.

Central, which is ranked third in the area by the Journal Sentinel, led, 17-0, midway through the third quarter, but a series of big plays from the Warhawks allowed them to pull within three points. Central’s unit, however, returned to form in the final 6 minutes, when it twice stuffed Warhawks possessions without giving up a first down.

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Germantown holds on for 28-21 win over Falls

Evan Frank, Published 11:37 p.m. CT Aug. 18, 2017

After years in the North Shore Conference, Germantown opened Greater Metro play with a thrilling 28-21 victory over Menomonee Falls on Aug. 18. Falls had several chances in the fourth quarter to at least tie things up, but Germantown junior Zach Brooks and senior Nick Loberger intercepted passes with 6:14 and 1:10 left, respectively, to seal the victory for the Warhawks.

1. Defensive effort: Both team’s offensive efforts were fun to watch, but Brooks and Loberger’s interceptions shifted the spotlight to the Germantown defense. Falls had several chances to score in the fourth quarter but couldn’t find the end zone due to Germantown’s relentless play in its own territory. Germantown senior linebacker Colten Thomas also caused plenty of havoc throughout the game.

2. Running away, part 1: Senior running back Jaylen Carter was incredible for Germantown with three rushing touchdowns. Carter scored from 4 yards out with 4:43 left in the first quarter to give GHS a 7-0 advantage. In the second, Carter scrambled 33 yards for the 14-0 lead. Carter added his third score in the third quarter with 7:25 remaining on a 1-yard run. By the end, Carter ran 20 times for 149 yards.



Prep football: Greater Metro teams have potential to make big splash again

Mark Stewart, Milwaukee Journal SentinelPublished 4:58 p.m. CT Aug. 14, 2017

The Greater Metro Conference flexed its muscle last year.

Not only did the conference produce the Division 2 state champion, but it was home to Menomonee Falls, which knocked off undefeated Menasha in the first round to score one of the biggest surprises of the postseason. In all, three teams from the conference reached Level 3 of the playoffs.

This year the bar will remain set high.

Defending state champion Brookfield East and two-time defending conference champion Brookfield Central are the teams to beat, but Marquette will continue to be a threat. A wild card is Germantown, which comes to the league after a long history of success in the North Shore.


2017 Football Family Fun Day


Eddie K cookout enjoyed by players….

We had a great day hosting our annual Eddie K cookout for all the players and coaches. Best of luck in what looks like a very promising season with this group of fine student athletes.