The Tosa Compass

Last year the Trojans record was 0-16 in the Greater Metro conference. As of January 15, Tosa West was on top of their conference standing at 5-1 with the only loss coming from the cross town rival Tosa East.

Trojan Basketball Comeback

Jude Seabrook and Koy Dotson January 25, 2022

The Wauwatosa West Trojans boy’s basketball team has one of the greatest comeback stories in the state of Wisconsin.  Last year the Trojans' record was 0-16 in the Greater Metro conference. As of...

Photo Credit to Natalie Bigman-Pimentel

Tosa East Creates Girls’ and Non-Binary Students’ Ultimate Frisbee Team

Abbigail Schell, East Staff Writer January 24, 2022

Francis Kelley, teacher of Project Lead the Way and engineering courses at East, decided to start a girls' and non-binary students' ultimate frisbee team with the help of his students. This club has been...

Annabelle Wooster, student referee, stands on the field while working a recreational game at Nash Park in Milwaukee.

Student Referees Face Harassment While on the Job

Scarlet Oneill November 18, 2021

Tosa West Junior Sarah Cape has worked as an umpire for Tosa Baseball for over 3 years. Though she’s officiated many games, there is one she won’t forget.  “After the call, there was a disagreement...

Race to the Finish; A Memorable XC Season

John Eash-Scott November 12, 2021

After qualifying as a team for the first time in years, the Tosa East Boys Cross Country team came in third at state. The racing Varsity team included Antonio Riofrio, Tony Comacho, Liam Nolan, and Patrick...

A bus sits outside Wauwatosa West during the evening, waiting for students after their activities. Buses across the nation have been very difficult to secure for school events.

Bus Driver Shortage Impacts Wauwatosa West Athletics

Jenna White and Olivia Watters November 11, 2021

The third time a bus didn't show up to take the Tosa West Girls Tennis team to their match, they realized something was wrong. “We’ve missed a couple of games, I missed my opportunity and wasted...

Legacy on the Line-Wauwatosa West Football Takes Prepares to Take on Homestead

Legacy on the Line-Wauwatosa West Football Takes Prepares to Take on Homestead

Jude Seabrook November 5, 2021

The Wauwatosa West Boys Football team will play the Homestead High School Highlanders, the number one seed in the sectional, on Friday, November 5th at 7:00 PM at Homestead High School.  Tickets are 7...

Red Raiders Boys Volleyball at State Tournament

Lucy Hildebrand and Mason King November 4, 2021

Last Saturday, October 30th, the Tosa East Boys Volleyball Team swept the Tosa West Trojans, leading them to state for the first time since 2016. At 10 a.m. this morning, the Red Raiders played the...

Unified Physical Education students in Cohort A pause in between activities during a class period during 1st semester of 2020.

Unified Physical Education: An Inclusive Take on a Common Course

Annabelle Wooster, Wauwatosa West Staff Reporter December 22, 2020

Unified Physical Education is a new class at Wauwatosa West that looks to provide all students with a more inclusive physical education experience. The class is a combination of regular education and...

73% of Athletes of the Week were male athletes and 27% were female athletes during the 2019-20 school year.

Athlete of the Week Award Prompts Conversation on Gender Equity

Evelyn Skyberg Greer, Reporter December 7, 2020

Wauwatosa West senior Janessa Runyan has been a dedicated and involved athlete since she was five.  “I wanted to find a sport that I like to do, so I tried tap, ballet, volleyball, softball, and...

A Special Season for TE Sports

Lucy Hildebrand November 27, 2020

No more team dinners, no spectators at events, no coming close to each other. Despite the obstacles they faced this season with COVID-19, the Tosa East Red Raiders still managed to make the best of it....

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