Members of the Tosa Skateboarders United demonstrate their skills before the start of a concert at the Rotary Performance Pavillion at Hart Park in Wauwatosa.
Credit: C.T. Kruger
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Guests examine the work of Shorewood photographer John O'Hara during a show opening of "Portraits of Milwaukee" at Anaba Tea Room in Shorewood. The exhibit runs through Sept. 2.
Based on clues given to him by fellow campers, Marcus Bernard, 10, tries to guess what animal he is during the West Allis SAFE Camp for more than 200 children at Hale High School.
Greenfield's Travis Hyatt is safe at second base as Whitnall's Luke Mentkowski loses the ball.
Children leap from an Idle Isle dock while trying to keep cool in Muskego.
New Berlin West’s Allen Peil belts a double in the eighth inning of the Vikings’ 3-2 win over visiting Greendale.
Credit: Dave Haberkorn
Whitnall second baseman Frank Paruzynski gets some air as Greenfield's Nick Jablonski returns safely to second base.
Credit: Pat A. Robinson photo
Greenfield catcher Adam Fleischhacker tags out Whitnall's Nick Cimler as he slides to home plate in a cloud of dust.
Oak Creek's Mitch Makarewicz pitches against Franklin. The Knights came away with a 6-2 win.
Credit: Jerry Luterman
Menomonee Falls' Brendan Paule dives for first base against Muskego.
Muskego's Peter Jewell dives back to first at Menomonee Falls.
Home plate umpire Roger Blackman wipes sweat from his head between innings at McCoy Field in Brookfield. He was umpiring a conference tournament game between Wauwatosa East and West Allis Central.
Credit: Peter Zuzga
Eisenhower's Tyler Sagat slides under Brown Deer's Ian Betts to steal second base at Brown Deer.
Brown Deer's Nicky Bersch makes it safely to first base as New Berlin Eisenhower first baseman Paul Gaber leaps for the ball.
Jerome Wardlow shoots baskets at McCarty Park in West Allis.
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