BIG THANKS to Pat (Ingrasci) Nielsen and Joe Ingrasci who sponsored lunch today at the Alumni House. Hot Dogs with all the fixin's and American Potato Salad were the main course. In addition, Pat & Joe Celebrated their impending Birthdays this week with a delicious O&H Birthday Cake. O&H Kringles served as a snack.
Jim May brought home made Oatmeal/Chocolate Chip Cookies for a snack.
Happy Birthday KIds.............
Joe Ingrasci - his 77th and little sister Pat (Ingrasci) Nielsen's - her 75th Birthday
Joe & Pat at Joe's 1st Communion - haven't changed a bit - OK maybe a little bit !!!
John Ketarkus brought a mini bottle of Red Wine for Fr Crewe today !!!
Joining Us: Pat (Ingrasci) Nielsen, Joe Ingrasci, Terry Toll, Tom Konieczko, Fr Ron Crewe, Rick Jones, Jack Kelley, Dan Bentz, Joe Woitach, Dick Heidenreich, Alia Onaczynski,
Bob Letsch, Bobby Letsch Jr, Jenny (Miller) Hovan, John Miller, Dan Miller, Terry Kovara
Dan Kovara, Cathy Poulsen, Marie Welsh, Jerry Jardina, Jeff Pulda, John "JB" Busey,
Rick Ropiak, Dave Benjamin, George Oteman, Dan DeMatthew, Amy DeMatthew,
Victor Moreno, Bob Broihier, Chris Sosnay, Korey Borek, Jim May, Ben May, Zack Prideaux, Jeff Tarkowski, Gary Schonert, Chris Gorman
• Bill Ruetz '67 confirmed that Rosi (Ruetz) Thornton '83 & daughter Breana Thornton will be sponsoring a Monday lunch at the Alumni House June 26th - Dewey's is catering.
• Special Guests:
Jenny (Miller) Hovan '78 stopped by for a visit - pictured with Dick Heidenreich '49
Jim May '58 and Major League Baseball Umpire son Ben May '00 joined the gang.
Ben who's home base is Milwaukee, had the week off and will meet up with his umpiring crew in Kansas City, then off to Seattle for the Yankee/Seattle Game. Ben shared that his idols were never the ML players but the Umpires as he was growing up and Paul Pryor former MBL Umpire was instrumental in mentoring Ben.
Side Note: Jeff Tarkowski was Ben's Freshmen Football Coach at SCHS
Victor Moreno '73 stopped by and is preparing for his 50th Class Reunion. It is the same weekend as Horlick's Class or '73. A Pickle Ball Tournament Challenge has been set between the two schools/ classes for the Reunion weekend - details forthcoming
• Cribbage - Table 1:
Dan DeMatthew/ Terry Toll lost to Rick Ropiak/ Dick Heidenreich 3-2
* Table 2:
Bobby Letsch/Chris Gorman defeated Dave Benjamin/ Bob Letsch 3-1
Bob Letsch/ Dave Benjamin destroyed Bobby Letsch/CWood 3-0 that included a "SKUNK".
CWood tried valiantly to carry Bobby Letsch - to no avail - CW is having his back readjusted.
• Volunteers Needed:
On May 23rd St. Cats will be hosting golf regionals at Ives Grove and needs volunteers. I am in need of 5 individuals to be out on the course monitoring pace of play. Every 3 holes an individual will be stationed monitoring pace of play. If a group would fall off pace you would let me know so we could send someone out to warn the group and follow them to get them back on pace. I would have all materials and directions for you so you know if a group is off pace. I am also in need of 3 individuals as fore caddies on holes that have blind tee shots. Essentially you would stand/sit in the middle of the hole and inform the group on the tee box when it is safe for them to hit. Golf on that day starts at 9:00am and should be concluded by 3:00, however you would not need to be there the entire day. There would be approximately 2-hour shifts that you would be scheduled for, which I would know closer to the day. If you are willing to help out on that day, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your consideration
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• Prayers for Alumni & Friends dealing with Health issues:
Rick Cramer '60 had a stroke and dealing with health issues - status is Improving.
Don Heck '63 diagnosed with NOH (neurogenic orthostatic hypotension). After 3 or 4 minutes of standing, he gets very weak and light header. This disease is not curable but you can learn to adjust your life and work around the issues. I appreciate having me listed under “Prayers for alumni dealing with health issues. I was in the hospital for about a week and am now cured of Covid and pneumonia. I truly believe all the extra prayers from the alumni have helped tremendously. Thank you for helping me in this matter.
Tommy Pulda '72 rehabbing Heart Surgery after valve replacement surgery. Tom is in Florida with family and doing well.
Dick Peterson '53 rehabbing ans still in VA Hospital.
Tom Clazmer's received Pacemaker early this coming week, also dealing with other heath issues.
Dave O'Brien dealing with eye issue that he had surgery on.
Ken Kusters no longer driving related to health issues.
Barb (Bohn) Jarapko '60 dealing with health issues.
Cintia Sanchez Bilingual Admissions Coordinator had a baby boy but remains in the hospital.
Former SCHS Golf Coach Dave Arkenburg - led them to 2nd place at State Golf in 2018. Dave is dealing with serious health issue. Sarah Busey '18 led the Angels and won Individual State honors.
Tom Konieczko reoccurring back issues.
• Special Prayers needed for Dick Peterson & George Gordon
• Others Needing Prayers:
Chris & Sue Gorman's grandson Eli, Bentz, Bob Letsch, Jack Kelley, Bob Garrity, Gary Schonert, Kathy (Hackl) Wirtz, Jim Poulsen, Mickey Postorino, Helen (Willems) Miller, Mike O'Brien, Dick Albregts' wife, Rudy Weibel's wife, Tom Krug’s wife, Del Alton's wife,
Bill Halberstadt's wife, Dan Peterson's wife, Pat (Peters) Obernberger
• Memorial Day - Monday May 29th - Alumni House Closed
• Father's Day - Sunday June 18th
• Brenda White's Last Day - Friday June 30th - Happy Retirement !!!
• Fourth of July - Tuesday July 4th
• Eleven-Player All-Star Game - Saturday July 15th, 12:00 Noon
Coach Dan Miller was chosen to be the head coach for the WFCA All-Star Game. https://www.wissports.net/news_article/show/1249639
* Angel Golf Classic Racine CC - Monday July 17th
• Schonert's Annual Picnic - Monday August 14th - Alumni House Closed
• Labor Day - Monday Sept 4th - Alumni House Closed
* McGuire/Letsch Scramble - Ives Grove - Friday Sept 29th
May 15th - May 20th
Track Tuesday afternoon the Angels track team headed to Martin Luther to participate in the Metro Classic Conference meet. Both the boys and girls team competed well as the boys were able to finish in 3rd place and the girls were able to finish in 8th place. Below are results of individuals scoring points for the team. Girls Scoring Points
Caylene Von-Schilling Worth
Shotput (1st, 34 feet 1 Inch)
Discus (3rd, 82 feet 2 Inches)
4x100 Meter Relay
Team consisted of Dayjia Brown, Sanaiah Davis, Ariana Green and Daryiah Johnson (4th, 55.39)
100 Meter Hurdles (5th, 20.05)
100 Meter Dash (7th, 13.81)
100 Meter Hurdles (8th, 21.01)
200 Meter Dash (8th, 31.38)
Boys Scoring Points
Shotput (1st, 50 Feet 1 Inch)
Discus (2nd, 119 Feet 8 Inches)
200 Meter Dash (1st, 23.03)
400 Meter Dash (3rd, 52.84)
110 Meter Hurdles (1st, 17.04)
300 Meter Hurdles (8th, 47.45)
4x200 Meter Relay
Team consisted of Isaiah Thomas, Christian Cervantes, Jaelen King and Manny Soto (1st, 1:37.19)
4x100 Meter Relay
Team consisted of Isaiah Thomas, Christian Cervantes, Jaelen King and Kyan Wakefield (2nd, 46.37)
4x400 Meter Relay
Team consisted of Christian Cervantes, Stanley Fischer, Manny Soto and Isaiah Thomas (2nd, 3:56.68)
Triple Jump (5th, 36 Feet 9 Inches)
1600 Meter Run (8th, 5:55.16)
Girls Soccer (0-14 overall, 0-8 in Metro Classic Conference) Monday night in a conference game at Pritchard Park the Angels soccer team would face off against Dominican. Dominican would jump out to an early 2-0 lead and would keep the pressure on the Angels all night long as the Knights were able to walk away with a 9-1 victory. Gianyah Garica scored the lone goal of the night off a rebound from the Knights goalie. Thursday afternoon at Pritchard park the Angels girls soccer team played their last Metro Classic Conference game of the year. The Angels played one of their best defensive games of the year, however it wasn’t enough to hold off Catholic Central as the Hilltoppers were able to defeat the Angels 5-1. Julianna Wilkey scored the lone goal for the Angels.
Baseball (7-14 Overall, 3-11 in Metro Classic Conference) At Horlick Field on Tuesday night the Angels host Racine Lutheran/Prairie. The LP pitching was solid and the Angels bats couldn’t quite get going as the Angels were defeated 11-4. John Perugini led the Angels offense as he had a 3 run inside the park home run in the bottom of the 7th inning. Thursday night the Angels returned to the diamond for their rematch against Racine Lutheran/Prairie. Behind some great pitching of Terrion Glass-Barnes and John Perugini as well as some big at bats and 10 stolen bases the Angels were able to beat the LP’s 9-6. Issac Cantu led the offense going 2-4 with a triple and 3 RBI’s. Dominic Pitts went 3-4 with a triple, AJ Ruiz went 2-3 with an RBI and John Perugini and Terrion Glass-Barnes each had an RBI. On the base paths AJ Ruiz, Issac Cantu and Nate Callis each stole 2 bases. Saturday morning at Horlick Field the Angels hosted Cudahy in a non-conference baseball game. The Angels kept the game close as they were only down 5-0 going into the 6th inning, but a 6 run top of the 6th would break the game open for Cudahy as they would go on to defeat the Angels 11-0. Travion Thompson led the Angels on the offensive side with a hit.
Tennis (1-8 Overall, 0-5 in Metro Classic Conference) Monday morning the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran boys tennis team returned to The Prairie School after their conference tournament was rained out over the weekend. The tournament was a great experience for the team and everyone performed extremely well. The best performance of the day came from the #1 doubles team of Jacob Murray and Emiliano Leal as they were able to defeat the doubles team from Dominican 6-1 and 6-4. Tuesday afternoon at Lockwood Park the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran tennis team faced off against Kenosha Bradford. This would turn out to be one of the most competitive matches of the season as Bradford narrowly defeated the Angels 3-2. In doubles competition Jacob Murray and Emiliano Leal defeated their opponents 6-4 and 6-2 and Fernando Mozo and Ivan Salcedo defeated their opponents 7-6 and 6-1. Wednesday night the boys tennis team finished off their regular season schedule as they traveled across town to Racine Horlick. The team played extremely well and were able to walk off the courts a 4-2 winner. In singles competition Jacob Murray and Ivan Salcedo were eac able to earn victories as they defeated their opponents 6-1, 6-2 and 7-5, 6-1 respectively. The doubles teams of Asher Goodwin/Isaiah Mata and Fernando Mozo/Henry Randolph were able to earn default victories.
Softball (5-16 overall, 2-12 in Metro Classic Conference) Monday night at Roosevelt Park the Angels faced off against a very tough Racine Lutheran softball team. The Crusaders proved why they were the #1 seed in regionals early on as they scored 16 runs in the first 2 innings. From there they let their pitcher take over. While the Angels were able to put some good bats on balls, they couldn’t manage to find any gaps and the Crusaders would go on to defeat the Angels 16-0. Shyla Thomas had 1 hit for the Angels. Tuesday night the Angels softball team finished up their regular season schedule as they hosted Metro Classic Conference opponent Catholic Central. The Angels ended their regular season on a high note as they were able to hold off the Hilltoppers and earn a well deserved 13-8 victory. Aniesa Neave led the team at the plate and on the mound as she went 2-4 with a double and 4 RBI’s as well as picked up the complete game victory with 8 strikeouts. Londyn Pardo went 1-3 with a double and 3 RBI’s. Thursday night at Roosevelt Park the Angels softball team hosted Living Word Lutheran in the first round of WIAA regionals competition. The Angels softball team hasn’t hosted a regional game in a few years and with its return to the home diamond the team did not disappoint as it would go on to defeat the Timberwolves 18-3. Aniesa Neave pitched a great game on the mound as she earned the complete game victory with 7 strikeouts. Neave also led the team at the plate as she went 2-2 with a double and 4 RBI’s. Sicilia Lopez and Isabel Sanchez each went 1-1 with 3 RBI’s.
2023 Angel Summer Camps Are you looking for something for your child to do this summer? If so, checkout some of our summer camp offerings at www.spicket.events/schsangels. All registration and payment is completed through website. Boys Basketball Camp- Open to boys entering grades 4th-9th in 2023-2024. Camp runs from June 19th-June 22nd. Registration deadline is June 14th, 2023 Boys and Girls Tennis Camp- Open to boys and girls entering grades 5th-9th in 2023-2024. Camp runs from June 26th-June 30th. Registration deadline is June 21st, 2023 Girls Basketball Camp- Open to girls entering grades 4th-9th in 2023-2024. Camp runs from July 10th-July 13th. Registration deadline is July 5th, 2023
Upcoming Angel Athletic Events Monday May 22nd
Boys Tennis Sub-Sectionals @ Muskego @ 8:00am
Track and Field Regionals @ St. Augustine Prep @ 3:30pm
Girls soccer vs. Elkhorn @ Pritchard Park @ 6:30pm
Tuesday May 23rd
Softball regionals @ Racine Lutheran @ Island Park @ 4:30pm
Baseball vs. Riverside @ Horlick Field @ 7:00pm
Wednesday May 24th
No matches/meets/games scheduled
Thursday May 25th
Track and Field Sectionals @ Milwaukee Vincent @ 3:45pm
Baseball Regionals @ Martin Luther @ 4:30pm
Friday May 26th
No matches/meets/games scheduled
Saturday May 27th
No matches/meets/games scheduled
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