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MENOMONEE FALLS POLICE BLOTTER The following report was taken from records at the Menomonee Falls Police Department. Domestic violence • A male subject was arrested for disorderly conduct-domestic violence at 5:07 p.m. Nov. 1 following an altercation with his wife in the N8000 block of Lilly Road. Investigation revealed he had shoved the victim into the wall two times during an argument. • A male subject was arrested on two counts of disorderly conduct-battery and on one count of disorderly conductdomestic violence at 2:37 p.m. Oct. 30

as a result of a physical altercation with his wife and daughter at their residence in the W13000 block of Fond du Lac Avenue. The wife was treated for minor injuries to her left wrist.

between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Nov. 1 near the N8000 block of Esquire Road.

Drug possession • A male subject was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at 3:14 a.m. Oct. 30 following a traffic stop in the 14500 block of Commerce Drive.

Operating while intoxicated • A 20-year-old woman was arrested for operating while intoxicated-second offense at 1:13 a.m. Nov. 1 after she was stopped for speeding at Menomonee Avenue and Sunset Ridge Drive. The woman initially gave police a false identification card that listed her as 26.

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Dominating state tournament run lifts Falls to title BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR The Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team won the first two games against Westosha Central in the WIAA Division I title match in Green Bay Nov. 9, and was in control with a 20-12 lead in the third game. That is when Westosha Central — which rallied to beat Menomonee Falls in a frenetic semifinal on the way to their title in 2006 — started its final rally of the contest. The Bulldogs scored three straight points. After a Menomonee Falls point, Westosha Central scored three more points and trailed 21-16. At about that time, a voice called out from the Menomonee Falls fan section. “Finish the job, Falls,” the fan said. The job was finished moments later, as Menomonee Falls — which had been among the top teams in the state for more than a decade — won its first title for girls volleyball. “We’ve been climbing for four years and we’ve finally made it,” senior setter Abby Becker said moments after Menomonee Falls finished a 25-17, 25-18, 24-16 win over Westosha Central in the title match. It is one of many firsts. It was the first trip to the state tournament final since a loss in 2000 to West Bend East. In four previous state appearances since 2006, Menomonee Falls lost once in the quarterfinal and three times in the semifinal. It is the first WIAA team tournament of any kind for Menomonee Falls High School since the school was created from the merger of

North and East high schools starting with the 1984-85 school year. It was the first WIAA team title for the School District of Menomonee Falls since 1982. “I was really excited. To come out here with all of my best friends and to finally do what we wanted to do since freshman year, finally get the state title — it’s amazing,” outside hitter Simone Lee said. It was a long-awaited title, and one that came following recent disappointments. In 2011, Menomonee Falls lost in the regional final following an injury to a key player in the latter part of that season. In 2012, Menomonee Falls advanced to the state semifinal, only to run into a historymaking performance by Burlington’s Ciara Capezio, who recorded a record 37 kills in a four-set match as Burlington won the title a day later. This year was different, as Menomonee Falls was the team to beat. “We’re the first team in the history of Menomonee Falls to win state,” Maddie Micech noted right after the title win. Menomonee Falls came into the match ranked first in the state coaches poll for most of the season. Two of Menomonee Falls four losses came to East Troy, which won the Division 2 title hours before the Division I match. Lee noted that “everyone knew that Falls was the team to beat, but we came out ready to play. Willing to make mistakes, but also willing to make new plays, make better plays, and get better every single day. I know there was a

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...Finishing the job From page 1 target on our back, but the added pressure was eliminated by the hard work (done) every single day.” Prior to the title match, Menomonee Falls Coach J.C. Bruns told his team the moment would also be for past teams and past players that brought the team to state. “There’s many great players that have come before them that have fallen short — it’s for them, too. We talked about that in our pregame discussions,” Bruns said. “That’s what this is all about. It’s our team, they’re wearing the jerseys those girls wore in the past, but these (players) were able to come through.” Among those in attendance at the championship match was Janelle Gabrielsen, who was part of the 2004, 2006 and 2007 teams that advanced to the state tournament. Gabrielsen later played at UW-Madison and is now the head volleyball coach at Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon. “They played amazing, Simone played amazing, the seniors did a great job,” Gabrielsen said. “It was so amazing to see Falls finally get that state title, I was so excited. And the fact that they fought so hard and gave Westosha the game of their life was just awesome.” She then added: “I’m proud of Menomonee Falls right now. I think J.C. did a great job and I’m happy for him.”

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Top photo: Menomonee Falls Girls Volleyball Coach J.C. Bruns displays the WIAA Division I trophy to Menomonee Falls fans at the Resch Center in Green Bay Nov. 9 after the Indians beat Westosha Central to win its first title. The title came after several appearances at the state tournament over the past decade. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

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Auditions for ‘Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids’ to begin Nov. 25 The Schauer Center’s Community School of the Arts is offering the opportunity for youth to participate in the Rising Stars theater production “Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids.” Students will be led through the process of putting on a musical culminating in performances on Jan. 24 and 25, 2014. Local youth ages 7-18 are invited to audition for the production at the Schauer Arts & Activities Center, 147 N. Rural Street, Hartford. • Auditions for ages 7-10 will take place on Monday, Nov. 25 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Students will be taught a song from the show and are not required to prepare any material. • Auditions for ages 11-18 will be on Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 4:30 to 8:15 pm.

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Falls Patio Players to perform ‘Christmas Carol’ Dec. 6, 7 and 8 Falls Patio Players again performs the beloved version of Charles Dickens' classic "Christmas Carol." Two of the Players’ own members, the late Carol Klose and the late Jack Strawbridge, collaborated to write this musical version, which encompasses French and English carols as well as many original songs. Shows are at North Middle School auditorium on N88 W16750 Garfield Drive in Menomonee Falls. They are: Friday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7 at 3 and 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 8 at 1 and 4 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at fallspatioplayers.com or on the 24-hour hotline (262) 255-8372. Adults/seniors are $10 and students are $8. FPP is also partnering with the Falls Area Food Pantry providing boxes in the lobby in which to drop food item donations when you come to see the show.

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North receives two awards from retired educators group BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR

which the program serves as a catalyst for continued success. The awards are presented within five WREA district areas of the state. Marcia Trentlage, president-elect of the WREA, cited submitted information which indicated that during the 2010-11 school year, behavior incidents were high, with suspension levels seven times above neighboring middle school. “Falls pride” was implemented in response. According to information presented to the WREA, North started using the Positive Behavior and Intervention (PBIS) framework to teach positive behavior to students along with creating rewards for students when they saw positive behavior occurring. To fund the rewards, the school partnered with local restaurants for fund-raiser nights. A school positive behavior T-shirt was provided to every student, with funding coming from a donation by a local orthodontist. Also, a team of teachers and administra-

North Middle School received two grants from the Wisconsin Retired Educator’s Association (WREA) during the Nov. 11 School Board meeting. Two “challenge awards” worth $2,000 each were presented for two programs at North — the “Falls pride” program, which was led by Associate Principal Scott Marty, and the “Job Market Ready” initiative which was led by the counseling staff. Carol Lamp, past state president of the WREA, explained that the criteria used for the award is that the activity can be no more than two years old and has to be endorsed by the superintendent. Applications are judged based on overall impression and effectiveness, the degree to which the program has made an impact to the students, school and community; and the degree to which the program reflects creativity and originality; and the ability for

tors were trained in “restorative practice” and began implementing the practice on a small scale. By the end of the year, behavior incidents decreased and suspensions dropped by 46 percent. “The positive change in the atmosphere at North is noticeable and parents have also provided positive feedback,” Trentlage said. As part of the “Job Market Ready” initiative, the curriculum for homeroom classes was updated to include a stronger focus on college and career readiness. In sixth grade, students completed surveys on academic strengths and learning styles. By eighth grade, students are researching various career options and selecting their top three, according to Trentlage. Also, participation in job market events has expanded. While a small group of students attended a local job expo and career fair, the Job Market Ready program held its own program at the school, which featured speakers and presenter in job areas with high pay and employee need. Trentlage further stated the Job Market Ready program has changed curriculum from

traditional technical education toward STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and Project Lead the Way programming. In addition, Trentlage said North staff wear college apparel every Wednesday. “It makes them aware of what they can be,” Trentlage said of the Job Market Ready initiative said. Marty and Principal Lynn Grimm received $2,000 checks for Falls Pride and Job Market Ready. Teachers that were involved in each program were invited to the board meeting. “To be honest, I could have invited all 75 of the teachers, all 125 of the staff members at North,” Grimm said. “It truly has been every single employee at North that has been part of both of these programs.” School District Superintendent Patricia Greco said that as she was joining the district three years ago, “North had great pride and also had significant data around areas for improvement. You guys have really taken the charge and changed not only the number but really the response level to students.”

‘Practicing What We Teach’ art exhibition at Falls library The Menomonee Falls Public Library will be hosting the bi-annual Menomonee Falls Art Teachers Exhibition, “Practicing What We Teach” this fall. The artwork will be on display November 11 – 25, 2013. The exhibition will feature a range of traditional and modern art pieces

ranging from watercolor, acrylic, oil on canvas, pen & ink, jewelry design to photography. All artwork is on display throughout the library walls, shelves and cases. The Library is located at W156 N8436 Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051. For more information, please contact 262-946-2046.

David L. Bennett (left), director of the Wisconsin Retired Educators Association (WREA), presents checks for $4,000 to North Middle School Principal Lynn Grimm and Associate Principal Scott Marty. The checks award are “challenger awards” for the schools Falls Pride and Job Market Ready initiatives. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

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Simone Lee is surrounded by her parents and members of the Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team after she signed a letter of intent Nov. 13. to play volleyball at Penn State. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

Lee accepts volleyball scholarship to Penn State Days after leading the Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team to its first state championship, Simone Lee officially signed the paperwork to play volleyball next season at Penn State. Lee signed the letter of intent to play for the Nittany Lions during an event at the Menomonee Falls High School gym Nov. 13. Lee posed for photos with her parents and teammates during the presentation. She was then part of the taping of a presentation for the “Preps Plus” television show. Afterward, Lee cited the academics at Penn State and said the volleyball program is “top notch.” “It’s nice to know that I can play volleyball at a very well respected college and also get a great education, too,” Lee said. Lee said she first started being recruited by Penn State between her freshman and sopho-

more years of high school. She went to the Penn State camp that summer and stayed in touch with coaches via email. She was officially offered a scholarship the next summer when she returned to the camp. “It’s such a great opportunity to go to that school,” Lee said. Lee indicated that her post college plans at this point focus on being a genetic counselor. She said the profession is growing by 30 percent from last year to this year. Lee was recruited by all the Big Ten schools and some schools from the Pac-12 and Southeastern conferences. She made visits to several Big 10 schools and a few schools in Florida. Lee will be graduating from Menomonee Falls early and will begin her studies at Penn State in January. —By Thomas J. McKillen, Managing Editor

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Neighbors of Jeff and Kim have put together a grass roots effort in order to make the Senn’s home handicap accessible. Many neighbors and local businesses are donating their skills and time. We are hoping to raise funds to offset their medical bills and the home improvement costs required so that Kim will be able to maneuver a wheel chair throughout their home. Kim has been active as a soccer coach with the Germantown Soccer Club and played soccer herself for years with the Women’s Soccer Club (WSC). Jeff has been a Cub Scout Leader for his son’s troops. They have been great citizens within the Germantown community and we’d love to be able to help out this great family. Please spread the word and join us on November 18th at Robert’s Custard: N112W16040 Mequon Road, Germantown, Wisconsin 53022 You may donate directly to the Senns that evening or by contacting Steve Hasbrook ([email protected]) 221 Scenic Ridge Ct., Colgate, WI 53017

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News & Events Around the village and county Upcoming all ages programs at the Falls library The following all ages program programs will be occurring at the Menomonee Falls Public Library in the coming weeks: Doug the Jug Juggling Show will be presented on Saturday, November 16 at 10:30am. This lively show features an incredible array of objects being juggled, along with silly songs and the chance for the audience to be a part of the show. Lego Adventures, drop-in sessions for school-age kids, continues from 3-4:30 on Wednesday, November 20th. Kids can build their own Lego creations or collaborate with friends and share their creations with others. Special evening Lego sessions on a variety of themes will also be held November 18, and December 4, 18th and 28th from 6-7:30pm. Visit our website at home.mf.lib.wi.us for details. The programs are free and registration is not required. Please call the Youth Library at 532-8915 if more information is needed. Thanksgiving Holiday Closings at Waukesha County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Sites All Waukesha County Household Hazardous Waste Collection sites will be closed for the Thanksgiving weekend. Franklin site closed: Saturday, November 30, Veolia Environmental Services 10518 South 124th Street Menomonee Falls site closed: Saturday, November 30, Veolia Environmental Services , W124 N9451

Boundary Road For more information, including a detailed list of acceptable household hazardous waste materials and hours of operation, visit www.waukeshacounty.gov/hazardouswaste or call 262-896-8300. Self-Defense Class at the Falls Library On Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m., the Menomonee Falls Public Library will host an interactive program on personal self-defense. Instructor Lisa Dellwo from Karate America will demonstrate techniques on staying safe in difficult situations. This is a hands-on presentation; please wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to move around the room. The program will be held in the Community/Meeting Room on the first floor of the Library. It is free, but please register in advance, as we can only accommodate the first 25 people. For more information, and to sign up, please call Karen at 262-532-8912. Menomonee Falls Public Library, W156 N8436 Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls. November Movies at the Falls Library The Menomonee Falls Public Library will show two movies in November. The movies shown will be in the library’s Meeting/Community Room, right off the main lobby. Admission is free to all, based on the movie’s rating. Details are as follows. Tuesday, November 19 at 2:15pm and Thursday, November 21 at 6:30pm: “The Heat” (2013) Starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. A New York FBI agent is sent to Boston to clean up a drug ring, with the help of a rebellious cop. Directed by Paul

Falls Optimist Club organizing ‘shop and drop’ event The Optimist Club of Menomonee Falls along with the partnership of the School District of Menomonee Falls Community Education & Recreation Department is hosting its third Annual Parents Holiday Drop & Shop on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event is being held at the Community Center located at W152N8645 Margaret Rd, Menomonee Falls. The event is free and open to children between the ages of 3 (potty trained) and 10. There will be many activity areas which include a Football Training Camp Experience, Young Rembrandts Drawing Program, craft area, story reading with Mrs. Claus, movie time, and visit and picture with Santa Claus! Although there is no cost to attend this event organizers will be accepting donations of cash or non perishable food items to help support the Menomonee Falls Food Pantry. So parents if you are in need of some extra time to get some shopping done, get the house ready for a holiday party, bake cookies, or just

plain need a rest then drop your children off for fun and recreation. The deadline to register is Dec. 1. Register online at www.fallsrec.org or in person at the CE & Rec Office. When registering online please use course code 490020. For questions regarding registration please contact (262) 255-8460. If any local businesses are running specials or promotions during the month of December and are interested in providing us with coupons or sales flyers for distribution to our families please contact Dawn Mariscal at (262)250-7680 to make arrangements for pick up. The organizers are also in need of student volunteers in grades 6 through 12 to help assist us in the many activity areas as well as being big buddies to our young attendees. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Dawn Mariscal by email at [email protected] or by phone at (262)250-7680.

Lee, Becker on all-tourney team The Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team placed two players on the WIAA tournament Division I team. Simone Lee and Abby Becker were named to the team, which was selected by the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association (WVCA). They were joined on the Division I team by Haley Barnes of Neenah, Halie Hart and Danielle Rampart of Westosha Central and Molly Livingston of Sun Prairie. Lee and Becker were also named to the

first team all state selected by the WVCA. Katherine Von Bank of Menomonee Falls was named to the third team. Among other local players, Siera Skow of Kettle Moraine Lutheran (KML) was named to the first team and Beth Kuske of Germantown and Elizabeth Mavis of KML were named to the third team. Amber Hearst and Bryka Peterson of Kettle Moraine Lutheran and Carly Townsend of Germantown received honorable mention selections.

Fieg. Rated R, 117 minutes. Tuesday, November 19 at 6:30pm and Thursday, November 21 at 2:15pm: “Now You See Me” (2013) Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson and Isla Fisher. Magicians pull off bank robberies during their performances and give the money to the audience. The FBI and Interpol track them. Directed by Louis Leterrier. Rated PG-13, 115 minutes. For more information, check the library’s website home.mf.lib.wi.us or call Karen at 262-532-8912. Menomonee Falls Public Library, W156 N8436 Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls.

Community League meeting Nov. 18 Community League will be meeting Monday, November 18 at the Menomonee Falls Community Center, W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. It will begin with a 6:45 p.m. gathering followed by the 7 p.m. meeting The meeting will be devoted to discussing "A Community Affair" result-- positives and negatives(if any) and to making plans for the future event. Attend this important meeting to help make important decisions. New members are welcome. Call 414-581-0352 or email [email protected] for more information.

Pictured are (front row) Noah Grannan, Gavin Pickett. (second row) Charlie Werner, Riley Kress, Peyton Kesselhon, Ethan Coughlin, Tyler Herzberg, (back row) Coach Al Haga, Jacob Sarauer, Brady MacDonald, Assist. Coach Tom Herzberg, Adam Butler, Nate Kandel, Ethan Carmichael, Assist. Coach Doug Pickett. Not pictured: Assist. Coach Eddie MacDonald. Submitted photo.

WCYHA Pee Wee ‘A’ team wins Veteran's Cup title The Washington County Youth Hockey Association's Pee Wee "A" team defeated the Kensington Valley (MI) Renegades 2-1 to win the championship of the Great Lakes Tournament Series Veteran's Cup in Holland, Mich. November 10th. After posting pool play victories over the Lakeland (MI) Hawks 2-1 and Kensington Valley 7-2. As well as a defensive battle 0-0 tie versus the Omaha (NE) Jr. Lancers, the Pee Wee "A" Ice were the top seed in the championship game. Kensington Valley struck first on the power play at the 4:06 mark of the first period. Seven minutes later, Tyler Herzberg connected with Adam Butler on a nifty backhand to knot the score at 1-1. The game remained tied until 6:11 in the 3rd period when Brady MacDonald found Ethan Coughlin in the slot for a 2-1 Ice lead that they would never relinquish. Noah Grannan stopped 13 of the 14 shots he faced to secure the championship for the Ice. "It was a great weekend of hockey for the boys," said 1st year head coach Al Haga. "We started out a little slow in pool play and really found a grove during the game against Omaha. The boys played hard and even when giving up the first goal in three games, they never believed

they were out of anything." The Pee Wee "A" Ice ran their overall record to 6-1-3 and open up Region 5 Division 2 Conference play this Saturday, November 16th at Arrowhead. Other weekend highlights: Friday, November 8th, Game 1; Peyton Kesselhon and MacDonald scored to lead the Ice to a 2-1 win to open pool play versus the Lakeland (MI) Hawks. Saturday, November 9th, Game 2; Grannan stops 17 shots for the Ice in route to 00 tie against the Omaha (NE) Jr. Lancers. Saturday, November 9th, Game 3; Ethan Carmichael's 4 goals and Gavin Pickett's goal and 3 assists pace the Ice to a 7-2 win over Kensington Valley (MI). The Washington County Youth Hockey Association is a private non-profit hockey association. Through a dedicated staff of certified coaches the WCYHA strives to teach youth sportsmanship, ice skating, teamwork, build selfesteem, and develop discipline. WCYHA fields teams through high school aged youth, and supports and maintains the Kettle Moraine Ice Center in West Bend owned by the WCYHA. The WCYHA operates completely with volunteers dedicated to putting on a first class hockey program for the youth of the Washington County community.

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BY TROY SPARKS CORRESPONDENT TOWN OF MERTON - This doesn't usually happen to a team like Arrowhead. The defending Division I state champions were stuck in neutral in their high-scoring offense that failed to score a touchdown in the first half but woke up in the last 24 minutes to drive their point home to visiting Germantown in a 36-3 win in the WIAA Level 3 playoffs at home, Nov. 8. What was supposed to be a cakewalk for Arrowhead ended up being a nightmare for them at that point and a triumph for a Germantown defense that held Arrowhead to

only 3 points in the half. "With a team like that, you can't make mistakes," Germantown coach Jake Davis said. "Unfortunately, we made too many tonight. Our defense did a great job keeping them out of the end zone (in the first half)." Germantown won the toss, received the ball and came out of the gate running. They moved the ball on two plays for 72 yards, getting down to the Arrowhead 7 yard line. Junior quarterback Dwayne Lawhorn Jr. threw the Arrowhead secondary off guard with passes of 43 and 31 yards to senior receiver Nathan Walters and junior tight end Cole Karcz. On the next play, Lawhorn threw an interception to Arrowhead junior linebacker Andy Hessler, killing the drive and throwing away at least a field goal. Arrowhead (11-1) got its only score of the half on a 37-yard field goal by senior kicker Trevor Osling for a 3-0 lead. Germantown tried to even the score in the second quarter, but a 52-yard attempted field goal by junior Carter Schmitz was blocked. On Arrowhead's three possessions in the quarter, the Germantown defense stopped them on two fourth downs of long drives and had a threeand-out. With 1 minute 5 seconds remaining in the half, the visitors went six plays and got as far as the Arrowhead 30 before Schmitz made a 47-yard field goal as time ran out. The game was tied at 3-3. "We had some good drives," Davis said. "We really did. We just needed to finish more and that would have been the key to our success. Our kids believed that they had a chance and they were going to get this done and we were almost there." Once Arrowhead realized what hit them, their defense created points for the offense. Lawhorn threw two interceptions in the third quarter, which resulted in two Arrowhead scores. His first pick was caught by Arrowhead senior defensive back Kevin Driscoll. That turned into a 10-yard touchdown on nine plays by junior running back Cody Sellhausen with 9:00 left. The point after touchdown was blocked. On the next Germantown possession, a pass intended for senior receiver Nick Holcomb was tipped and intercepted by Arrowhead defensive back P.J. Shaw at the 1:10 mark of the third quarter. Running back

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Winning the title: Falls volleyball sweeps Westosha Central BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR The Menonomonee Falls girls volleyball team got off to a fast start against Westosha Central Nov. 9 on the way to a three-game sweep of the Bulldogs in the WIAA Division I volleyball championship at the Resch Center. Menomonee Falls defeated Westosha Central 25-17, 25-18, 25-18 to earn the school its first WIAA team championship since the current Menomonee Falls High School was created from the merger of North and East high schools in 1984. “Finally, finally, finally,” Menomonee Falls Coach J.C. Bruns said afterward. Menomonee Falls has qualified for the state tournament four times since 2006, losing once in the quarterfinal and three times in the semifinal prior to this year’s championship run. “I’m speechless,” Bruns said. “I’ve gone through this moment in my mind and I know that the girls have, too. I’m just so happy for them because they worked so hard, and they deserve it so much.” Outside hitter Simone Lee later said they were determined to come home with a title.

“We never had a thought in our mind we wouldn’t win this. We knew that if we played our game, no one could beat us,” Lee said. Menomonee Falls jumped out to a 12-3 lead in the first game, a run which included four kills by Lee. Westosha Central gradually cut into the Menomonee Falls lead, as a kill by Ashley Jehlicka of Westosha Central made the score 21-16 in favor of Menomonee Falls. But Katherine Von Bank followed with two kills as Menomonee Falls scored five of the last six point to finish the match. “It had a little bit of a Mukwonago feel to it, the way we started playing,” Bruns said, referring to the Indians sectional final win over Mukwonago which started with an early scoring run. Bruns noted that Lee got off to a faster start than in the state semifinal win over Sun Prairie the previous evening. “Then we just kept them off balance the rest of the night,” Bruns said of Westosha Central. Westosha Central stayed close with Menomonee Falls throughout the second game, as a kill by Central’s Maria Rasch reduced the Indians lead to 14-12. But Menomonee Falls responded by scoring the

next four points. Menomonee Falls gradually stretched its lead, as a kill by Angelica Labermeier gave Menomonee Falls a 23-15 lead. Central scored the next three points before Menomonee Falls closed out the game by the last two points, with the last point coming on a kill by Lee. Menomonee Falls scored the first four points of the third game but the Bulldogs stayed close in the early stages of the third game, as a Menomonee Falls block going out of bound reduced their lead to 11-8. The teams traded points before Menomonee Falls scored four points to take a 16-9 lead. Menomonee Falls then finished the game by scoring the final three points to win the title. Lee led Menomonee Falls with 21 kills while Von Bank added nine kills. Abby Becker added six kills, Labermeier recorded three kills while Erin Otzelberger and Lyndsey Bassler recorded two kills each.

Becker led the team with 26 assists while Brittany Robinson recorded two aces. Afterwards, Bruns noted the key contributions from all players on the court. “Big swings from Erin (Otzberberger) in the middle, Bassler in the middle, ‘Gel” (Labermeier) got us some points as well on the right, Abby did her second ball over thing tonight, and Simone made things happen in the big time,” Bruns said. Lee noted that team remained calm under all circumstances and was able to work through situations. “This group has never worried, never wavered, they always had it under control and all the credit to the girls,” Bruns said. Von Bank added that the team was ready for the moment. “The past two nights we’ve been very composed and we wanted it so badly,” outside hitter Von Bank said.

On the verge of a championship Falls rallies from slow start to sweep Sun Prairie in state semifinal BY THOMAS J. MC KILLEN MANAGING EDITOR

Maddie Micech of Menomonee Falls records a dig against Sun Prairie in the WIAA Division I semifinal at the Resch Center in Green Bay Nov. 8. Photo by Thomas J. McKillen.

...Four turnovers in second half From page 20 Ty Jager turned Germantown's second miscue into a 2-yard touchdown run with 1:42 left. Arrowhead quarterback Johnny Duranso added a 2-yard scoring run with 17 seconds left to give Arrowhead a commanding 23-3 lead. Two more turnovers in the fourth quarter doomed Germantown and ruined their hopes of a comeback. Hessler picked off his second pass from Lawhorn with 7:11 left in the game and Germantown couldn't convert on a fourth down late in the game. Jager got his second touchdown on a 45-yard run up the middle with 7:01 left and Sellhausen's 19-yard run into the end zone also gave him his second touchdown of the night with 1:33 left in regulation. In the second half, once Arrowhead got back to playing their brand of football, they poured on the points and rained on

Germantown's upset bid. "We're going to watch the film and see what went wrong and we'll figure that out," Davis said. "He (Lawhorn) is a competitor. He's not a guy that's not going to get down or hang his head. He definitely doesn't go into any shell like that. He'll come out just fine next year and have a great season." Lawhorn completed 13 of 33 passes for 178 yards and six interceptions for Germantown. Senior running back Quinn Fliss had 11 rushes for 55 yards. Sellhausen ran for 81 yards on 11 carries for Arrowhead and Jager had 12 carries for 79 yards. Both scored two touchdowns. Walters caught four passes for 85 yards for Germantown and Karcz gained 52 yards on his four catches. Arrowhead had 386 yards of total offense to Germantown's 277, which finished the season at 9-3.

The Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team rallied from an eight-point deficit to win the first game against Sun Prairie at the state Division I semifinal Nov. 8, and then swept the next two games to advance to the state title game. Menomonee Falls topped the Cardinals 25-19, 25-17, 25-18 in the semifinal at the Resch Center in Green Bay. Menomonee Falls — which was ranked first in the last regular season coaches poll while Sun Prairie received an honorable mention — fell behind early in the first game as the Cardinals led 11-3 following an ace by middle hitter Molly Livingston. But the Indians answered with a 4-1 run and then tied the game at 14-14 on a kill by Katherine Von Bank. After a Livingston kill gave Sun Prairie a 15-14 lead, Menomonee Falls scored the next five points to break the game open. Afterwards, Menomonee Falls Coach J.C. Bruns noted that outside hitter Simone Lee got off to a slow start but that the rest of the team rallied. “You see how much of a team we are, how we picked up around her and got things under control,” Bruns said. "That's experience, senior leadership, not going down without a fight," He later said his team has "no fear. Not worried about anything — more cool, calm and collected than I am. I'm totally all right with that." Lee singled out her teammates for their performance in the semifinal, including the serving of Brittany Robinson, blocking from Angelica Labermeier, and Erin Otzelberger and Lyndsey Bassler on both the block and key kills. “We have so many offensive and defensive weapons it doesn’t matter who is on the court, you know that we’re going to get to job done,” Lee said. Lee added that the team forgot about the slow start and got back into rhythym for the rest of the match. Bruns noted that his team lost in the state semifinal three times since he took over as coach nine years ago. “The girls aren’t going to let it happen. As many times as it looked bleak, in a couple of matches and a couple of games we played

here tonight, they weren’t going to let it happen — and I’m pretty excited about it,” Bruns said. In the second game the teams were within one point of each other until a kill by Von Bank sparked a three-point run. Menomonee Falls finished the game with a five-point run that was closed out on a kill by Lee. The Cardinals stayed close to Menomonee Falls for most of the third game but a 6-1 run gave the Indians a 19-14 lead following a block. Sun Prairie was unable to cut into the Indians lead. Menomonee Falls hadn’t played Sun Prairie this year but went up against the Cardinals in 2012. Bruns said he sought to get Sun Prairie “out of system” during the match. Lee led Menomonee Falls with 19 kills while Von Bank and Abby Becker had five kills, Erin Otzelberger had four kills, Bassler had three kills and Angelica Labermeier had two kills. Becker led Menomonee Falls with 24 assists. Bruns noted that one of the things that the coaching staff has done is to work on developing the team’s role players. Bruns noted that Otzelberger and Labermeier don’t play club volleyball. “To see what they’re doing out here, making big blocks and big kills in the state semifinal, is really pretty awesome to see,” Bruns said. Menomonee Falls advanced to the title game against Westosha Central, which beat Neenah 25-18, 21-25, 25-21, 25-15 in the other semifinal. As happy as they were with the semifinal win, Bruns noted that his team was focused on finishing the task the next day. “They know their job is not done, they didn’t come here to be happy to be here. They came here to finish this, this is all on them — this is all on them,” Bruns said. Nov. 7: The state run begins Menomonee Falls opened the tournament with a 25-17, 25-17, 16-25, 25-17 quarterfinal win over Pius XI Nov. 7. Lee led Menomonee Falls with 21 kills while Becker added 16 kills, Von Bank five kills, Labermeier and Otzelberger both added three kills while Mackenzie Robinson and Bassler added two kills each.

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1005 Legal Notices 28 DAY NOTICE. NOTICE Terminating Tenancy To: Unknown Tenant. This notice terminates your tenancy pursuant to Wisconsin Statutues 704.19, and requires you to vacate and remove your personal property, if any, from the premises located at W5125 Hwy D, Town of Wayne, WI and W5121 Hwy D, Town of Wayne, WI including any personal property maintained in the barn and metal “hanger” facility located thereon on or before December 15, 2013, the asserted last day of the rental period. Dated at Brookfield, Wisconsin, this 13th day of November, 2013. Michael W. Rohr, Attorney SBN 1011930 Court Appointed Receiver in Washington County Case No. 08CV382 PO Address: Attorney Michael W. Rohr, Krawczyk, Duginski & Rohr, S.C. 16620 W. Bluemound Road, Suite 500, Brookfield, WI 53005. Phone: (262) 8275800 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT DODGE COUNTY WATERTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER INC 125 Hospital Dr. Watertown WI 53098 Plaintiff, vs. SARAH BETH DOWNS W587 Washington Rd. Hartford WI 53027 Defendant. Case No. 13 CV 338 SUMMONS Money judgment Claim over $10,000 Code: 30301 THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, TO EACH PERSON NAMED ABOVE AS A DEFENDANT: You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff has filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. The Complaint, which is attached, states the nature and basis of the legal action. Within 20 days of receiving this Summons, you must respond with a written answer, as that term is used in Chapter 802 of Wisconsin Statues, to the Complaint. The Court may reject or disregard an answer that does not follow the requirements of statutes. An answer must be sent or

delivered to the Court whose address is: Clerk of Dodge Co. Circuit Court, 210 W. Center St., Juneau WI 53039, and a copy of your answer must be sent or delivered to plaintiff’s attorney: Peter B. King Attorney at Law, SC, P.O. Box 374, Fontana, Wisconsin 53125-0374. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not provide a proper answer within 20 days; the Court may grant a judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the Complaint, and you may lose our right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the Complaint. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment may become a lien against any real estate you may own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Peter B. King State Bar # 01006895 P. O. Box 374 Fontana, Wisconsin 53125-0374 (262) 248-9765 The Express News recommends that care be taken in answering ads that sound too good to be true. The Express News assumes no responsibility. Answer at your own risk. We, Enrico Lamar/Sandra Faye: Family of Soles, are the Occupants of the Executor Office to the ENRICO LAMAR/SANDRA FAYE SOLES, Estate as witnessed by our Sole Ability to Personally Obtain Clear Title (MSO) and Do Hereby Give Legal Notice of the Same – Hereby and Herein. Therefore, Execute this Revocation/ Cancellation/ Termination of the Transfers to the (Auto-Trust) Loan Number 0877748939 (Registration Number R3254B60050) and Loan Number 65010026673548 (Registration Number R3254B60067) as Witnessed by this Legal Notice. Parties claiming interest in properties: 1) 2011; Mercedes; E Class: VIN # WDDHF8HB2BA487758 and 2) 2011; Infiniti: QX 56: VIN#JN8AZ2NEXB9004568 must state interest by December 17, 2013 by replying to Enrico Lamar/Sandra Faye Soles, Estate Executor Office In Care Of Post Office Box 343, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin Near 53052 By: Occupants of the Executor Office, Enrico Lamar/Sandra Faye: Soles, of our own right. Nation Wisconsin. General postoffice. County Waukesha. Sole Province. United States Minor, Outlying Islands.

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We, Enrico Lamar/Sandra Faye: Family of Soles, are the Occupants of the Executor Office to the ENRICO LAMAR/SANDRA FAYE SOLES, Estate as witnessed by our Sole Ability to Personally Obtain Clear Title and Do Hereby Give Legal Notice of the Same – Hereby and Herein. Therefore, Execute this Revocation/Cancellation/Ter mination of Deed of Trust, Document Number 10086206 as Witnessed by this Metes & Bounds Re: Lot 7, Block 34 in Residence Park No. 2. Legal Description: Metes & Bounds. Being all of Lot 7, Block 34 in Residence Park No. 2 being part of the Northwest Quarter (NW ¼) of Section 13, Town 7 North, Range 21 East. City of Milwaukee, County of Milwaukee, State of Wisconsin further bounded and described as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the south right of way line of W. Locust Street with the west right of way of N. 37th Street; thence Due South (assumed) along said west right of way line 243.37 feet to the northeast corner of above said lot 7, Block 34; thence South 89017’58” West along the north line of said Lot 7, Block 34, 120 feet; thence Due South along the west line of said Lot 40.00 feet; thence North 89017’58” East along the South line of said lot 120.00 feet, to the west right of way line of N. 37th Street being the east line of said Lot 7, thence Due North on said line 40.00 feet to the place of beginning. Containing a net area of 4,800 square feet of land. By Occupants of the Executor Office, Enrico Lamar/Sandra Faye: Soles, of our own right. Nation Wisconsin. General post –office. County Waukesha. Soles Province. United States Minor, Outlying Islands.

2000-2999 Services 2008 Financial Services *****A NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: Persons who arrage or improve credit must be registered with the Wisconsin Office of Commissioner of Banking. For further information contact (800) 452-debt

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5000-5049 Rentals 5019 Apts Germantown GERMANTOWN 2 Bedroom upper apartment. Appl., garage, storage room w/ laundry hook up. Dec 1st 262-251-6194 The Express News recommends that care be taken in answering ads that sound too good to be true. The Express News assumes no responsibility. Answer at you own risk.

6000-6049 Real Estate for Sale 6000 Real Estate PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, lawful source of income, age handicap, sex orientation, ancestries, or familiar status, or an intention to make any such preference limitation or discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

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– Germantown School District – The Food & Nutrition Department has immediate openings for

Substitutes & Servers $12.35/$13.35 per hour respectively If intererested apply at the Germantown School District Office N104 W13840 Donges Bay Road Germantown, WI 53022 or on WECAN https://services.education.wisc.edu/ wecan/staff/login/form2.cfm

1210 Sunset, Waukesha 262-522-3600 3608 S. Moorland, New Berlin 262-618-2206 2940 S 108th St., West Allis 414-455-8875 260 N. 18th Ave. West Bend, 262-447-1022

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Tennies

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HELGESEN INDUSTRIES HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR: • WELDERS • ASSEMBLY • ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR • WELDING SUPERVISOR Benefits include: • Competitive salary • Bonus Program after six months • 401k • Vacation • Tuition Reimbursement • Fitness Center • Full Insurance Benefit Package In addition to great benefits, we offer the opportunity for cross training of other production positions. Send your resume or apply in person at:

6 months warehouse and pallet jack exp; Food and Beverage exp preferred; Please apply online at www.sysco.com or call 281.758.7140

SERVICE TECHNICIAN

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N86 W16370 Appleton Ave. Menomonee Falls 53051

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HEALTHCARE SERVICES

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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS FULL AND PART TIME! Mayville Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking qualified Certified Nursing Assistants to join our caring team. All shifts are available. WI Certification is required; prior experience is preferred.

MAYVILLE NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER 305 Clark Street • Mayville Interested candidates can apply at the center and get a tour visit us at www.extendicare.com to apply online.

“Providing supports that build bridges between individuals and their communities”

WASHINGTON COUNTY AREA Bridges of Wisconsin is looking for dependable, kind, compassionate individuals to assist in supporting adults with developmental disabilities & children with behavioral challenges related to special needs. Full time & part time, 2nd & 3rd shift positions available. Includes every other weekend. Must be at least 18 yrs old & have a reliable, licensed, insured vehicle. Call 262338-4941 ext 33.

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Nursing Opportunities CNA Full Time PM Position

CNA CLIENT SERVICES COORDINATOR Christian Family Solutions Home Care—A Ministry of Wisconsin Lutheran Child and Family Services—is looking for a part-time Client Services Coordinator to work out of its corporate office located in Germantown. The coordinator position assists in scheduling client needs, coordinating care staff, and is available for on-call staffing emergencies. Office hours consist of Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:30 am 1:30 pm with occasional in-home care assistance on an as needed basis. Potential candidates MUST possess: knowledge of Excel, Microsoft Word and Outlook, computer proficiency, customer service skills, and the ability to multitask and be a self-starter. Ideal candidate should have at least one year previous experience working in a home health agency, must hold a valid driver's license with clean driving record, and have auto insurance. CNA certification helpful but not required. If interested, please send your resume or work experience and or contact information for consideration to: [email protected] or call 1-888-685-9522.

Part Time NOC Position

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NURSES RN/LPN

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1202 East Sumner St., Hartford, WI 53027

262.673.2220 Drug-Free/Smoke-Free Workplace/EOE

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