Brookfield East goalie Drew Johnson (center) is surrounded by his celebrating teammates moments after his block of an overtime penalty kick gives East the Division 1 sectional championship against Whitefish Bay.
USS Gambier Bay survivors Ed Hagerty (left) and George Legath view a painting by Richard C. Moore that depicts the final moments during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, Philippines, where the ship was sunk. The two were attending a service in Brookfield to mark the 68th anniversary of the sea battle.
Hundreds of pumpkins are transformed into jack-o'-lanterns in the carving tent, including this Whitefish Bay Civic Foundation carved tribute, during the Whitefish Bay Civic Foundation's annual Pumpkin Festival at Schoolhouse Park.
Seventh-grader Alyssa Piek watches what turned out to be a strike as she and 25 other Whitman Middle School students of the Kids Who Care (KWC) project raise funds during a glow-ball game at AMF Bowlero. The event supports KWC projects with the Congregational Home, the St. Ben's meal program, and to help a family they will adopt for the holidays.
Area tactical officers enter the north side of Azana Spa & Salon at 12:42 pm. on Sunday in Brookfield. The spa was the site of a mass shooting in which spa employees Maelyn Lind, Cary Robuck and Zina Haughton were killed before the gunman, Radcliffe F. Haughton, fatally shot himself. Haughton was the estranged husband of Zina Haughton.
Brookfield East's John Orgovan (19) and Kimberly's Jeremy Nji, left, battle for control of the ball during a driving rainstorm in the first half of the boys soccer state quarterfinals at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.