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Monday Aug 29, 2022

Updated: Aug 30, 2022

BIG THANKS to Gary & Sharon Schonert for sponsoring their annual picnic today.

Roast Beef Sandwiches on a Bun, American Potato Salad, Three Bean Salad, Veggie Plate, Fruit Plate, 3 types of Dessert, Soda, Water, Coffee. No one went home hungry, food was delicious. Sharon celebrated her 81st birthday Saturday. Happy Birthday, young lady !!!

We ate at 11:30 & the rain came at 12:30..................

Enjoying the Schonerts' Picnic : Terry & Suzanne Toll, Bob & Cheryl Garrity, Renee & Dave Benjamin, George & Mary Lou Oteman, George & Pat Gordon, Ed & Katie DeMeulenaere, Tom & Judy Krug, Dan & Judy Bentz, Chris & Sue Gorman, Dick & Fran Peterson,

Jerry & Linda Jardina, Fr. Ron Crewe, Fr. Uber Driver Pat, Mary & Joe Woitach,

Don & Janet Klemt, Lee Schonert & Lady friend Gail, Bob & Carol Hesse,

Rick & Joyce Bonini, Rick Jones, Dave O'Brien, Jeff Pulda, Roger DeMark, Jeff Peterson, Craig Savage, Brenda White, Chris Sosnay, Dave Olle, Dick Heidenreich, Mike Hyduke,

Dan Kovara, Mike, Tom & Judy McGuire

• Great having the wives join the gang along with Bob Hesse, The McGuires - Judy with Mike & Tom in from California. Jeff Peterson visiting Roger DeMark in from South Dakota. Great having Bob Garrity back with us. The setting at the Schonerts was a perfect setting around their beautiful landscaped yard, flower garden and designer patio.

• Some of the guests are pictured below................

Fran Peterson, Judy Bentz, Dick Peterson, Dave O'Brien, Bob Garrity

Mary Woitach, Janet Klemt, Don Klemt, Jeff Pulda, Brenda White

Renee Benjamin, Jeff Peterson, Dave Benjamin, Linda Jardina, Roger DeMark

Katie DeMeulenaere, Ed DeMeulenaere, Dan Kovara

Craig Savage, Rick Bonini, Joyce Bonini, Terry Toll, Suzanne Toll

George Gordon, Pat Gordon, Mary Lou Oteman, George Oteman

Judy McGuire, Joe Woitach, Fr Ron Crewe, Dick Heidenreich, Chris Sosnay, Tom McGuire

Martha Hutsick, Carol Hesse

Cribbage: Congratulations to Dan DeMatthew playing cribbage on his computer received a 28 hand - 4 - 5s and a 10 turned over. He didn't say whether or not he won the game !!!

Racine News............

• Catch HS Football with Dick Graceffa '69 on the "Play by Play".........

• 1976 Then: Frank D'Acquisto & Tom front - Mark Meier, Dan Burns

• 2022 Now: Frank D'Acquisto & Tom McGuire...............Still Look'n Good !!!

Prayers for the Family of departed Angel.........

Prayers for Alumni & Friends dealing with Health issues:

  • Bob Grady rehabbing from recent open heart surgery.

  • Kathy (Hackl) Wirtz '60 has early stages of Parkinson's.

  • Terry Kovara '64 plumbing biopsy was negative, clear for 6 months.

  • Gary Schonert '59 H has Laser treatments 3 times a week on his feet and knee.

  • Bob Garrity '62 & Jim Poulsen '60 dealing with Parkinson.

  • Dr Parisa Meymand recovering from Kidney Stone Surgery.

  • Todd Pettit back at Oak Ridge in Union Grove.

  • Dick Peterson was back at the VA for more test.

  • George Gordon broken a bone in his right foot - still wearing a boot.

  • Bill Halberstadt's wife has been declared legally blind.

  • Don Klemt's daughter dealing with serious health issues.

  • Jack Kelley '58 H dealing with recurring cancer in his throat area.

  • Rick Jones '73 H is scheduled for Shoulder Replacement Surgery in October.

  • Ron Bentz '56 dealing with serious health issues.

  • Bob Letsch has the flu.

  • Dick Graceffa had blood work today.

  • Chris Gorman '77 sees Doc on status of his Ankle Replacement this Thursday.

  • Judy McGuire doing well at 94.

Others Needing Prayers: Brenda White, Mickey Postorino, Mike Iggulden, Dave O"Brien,

Helen Miller, Tom Konieczko, Dick Albregts' wife, Rudy Weibel's wife, Tom Krug’s wife,

Gary Schonert's wife, Dick Heidenreich's wife, Pat (Peters) Obernberger

Important Dates:

• Angel Golfers play 9 Holes every Thursday at Ives Grove - Teeing Off at 8:30.

Scramble format, join us and you'll be put in a foursome for some fun and a few laughs.

• Friday September 30th - McGuire/Letsch Golf Scramble, Ives Grove Golf Course

Register Online; - Play 9 or 18 Holes

Week In Angel Athletics August 22nd-August 27th

Football Friday night the Angels traveled to Lomira High School to host Mosinee in a week 2 non-conference football matchup. In a slugfest of two high powered offenses, through 3 quarters it seemed poised to be a game of whoever has the ball last will win, ended with the Angels defense coming up with three 4th quarter interceptions by Domonic Pitts, Lamont Hamilton and Isaac Cantu to stop the Mosinee Indians offense and come away with the 48-38 victory. Davion Thomas-Kumpula began the scoring for the Angels with a 78 yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the 1st quarter. Jakari Oliver added a touchdown reception from John Perugini in the 1st quarter as well. A touchdown pass from Perugini to Lamont Hamilton was the only score in the 2nd quarter for the Angels. A huge 3rd quarter for the Angels included a DJ Miller TD run and two TD passes for Perugini to Hamilton. The last score of the night came on a Jayvion Hunter TD run in the 4th quarter. DJ Miller led the Angels with 193 rushing yards on 16 attempts. Lamont Hamilton led the Angels with 4 receptions for 127 yards and 3 touchdowns. John Perugini had a great game under center as he went 11-20 with 191 yards passing and 83 yards rushing as well.

Girls Tennis Friday the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran girls tennis team traveled to Racine Case to participate in a 2 day invite. Unfortunately on Friday the results weren’t what the Angels expected as they lost 7-0 in their first match to Racine Case, 7-0 in their second match to Burlington and 7-0 in their third match to Union Grove. Isabella Lillo was the high performer of the day as she won 1 set and 11 games. Maggie Fischer was able to win 6 games on the day. In other singles competition Nylah Kraus won 5 games and Claire Mathew won 4 games. In doubles competition Marissa Feurstein and Dayjia Brown-Frazier won 4 games, Mabel Beversdorf and Sarah Strande won 3 games and Liliana Kutis and Jael Lacy won 1 game. Saturday morning the Lady Angels tennis team returned to Racine Case to participate in the 2nd day of the Case Invite. In their first match of the day the Lady Angels were supposed to face off against Kenosha Bradford. However, due to injuries Kenosha Bradford had to forfeit so the Angels were awarded the 7-0 forfeit victory. In the 2nd match of the day the Angels were paired against Kenosha Indian Trail. Unfortunately Indian Trail was too much for the Angels to handle as they defeated St. Catherine’s/Lutheran 6-1. Claire Mathew was able to earn a hard fought victory as she defeated her opponent 0-6, 7-5, 10-7. The doubles team of Mabel Beversdorf and Sarah Strande were able to win 5 games in their match.

Girls Volleyball The girls volleyball team kicked off their 2022 season as they traveled to Union Grove to participate in a quad with Union Grove, Racine Case and Horlick. Each game the Angels improved and showed great promise for the season ahead of them. In game one the Lady Angels lost to Union Grove 6-25 and 7-25. In game 2 Case defeated the Angels 25-12 and 25-13. In the last game the Angels flexed their muscles and defeated Horlick 25-21 and 25-12. Thursday night the girls volleyball team traveled to South Milwaukee to participate in a triangular against South Milwaukee and Ronald Reagan. The competition proved difficult as the Angels lost both of their matches. In their first match against South Milwaukee the Angels lost 13-25 and 9-25. In their second match against Milwaukee Reagan the Angels lost 15-25 and 18-25. Kaetlyn Gordon led the team with 6 kills on the evening. Arianna Jones and Mikayla Stanley combined for 7 kills in the two matches. Boys Volleyball Wednesday night the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran/Prairie boys volleyball team opened up their season as they hosted Kenosha Bradford/Kenosha Reuther and Shorewood in a triangular. The boys played extremely well all night long, but unfortunately didn’t come away with a victory. In their first match of the night they lost to Shorewood 20-25 and 17-25. In their second match against Kenosha Bradford/Kenosha Reuther they lost a close match 25-20, 21-25, 12-15. Tristan Ropiak led the team with 15 kills and 7 blocks. Drew Schoneman added 14 kills and Dylan Schmidkonz had 14 digs.

Boys Soccer The boys soccer team opened up their season on Thursday night as they traveled to Uihlein Soccer Park to face off against top 10 ranked Nicolet. The Angels played extremely well for their first game of the year, but in the end they fell short as Nicolet walked away with the 3-0 victory. Morgan Determan played well in his first game at goalie as he was able to stop 10 Nicolet shots.

Cross Country At Burlington Woods on Friday afternoon the St. Catherine’s cross country team opened up their season with the Racine County Invite. Two runners competed for the Angels and did a great job in their first meet of the year. Sean Moore finished 10th amongst 9th and 10th grade students with a time of 21:21.57. Tony Sosa finished 17th amongst 11th and 12th grade students with a time of 23:07.84.

Swim Saturday the PSC Aquatics team kicked off their 2022 season as they traveled to the Racine Aquatic Center to participate in the Racine Relays. The team swam well and ended up placing 6th out of 7 teams. Makaelyn Trujillo was apart of the 400 yard relay team that finished 6th with a time of 4:59.68, the 200 yard backstroke relay team that finished 6th with a time of 2:33.05, the 400 yard IM relay team that finished 6th with a time of 6:03.90 and the 800 yard freestyle relay team that finished 6th with a time of 11:43.01. Sophia Resser was a part of the 300 yard freestyle relay team that finished 6th with a time of 4:45.17, the 100 yard medley relay team that finished 7th with a time of 1:32.78 and the 200 yard freestyle relay team that finished 7th with a time of 2:53.92.

Upcoming Angel Athletic Events Monday August 29th

  • No games/matches/meets scheduled

  • Tuesday August 30th

  • Girls tennis @ Kenosha St. Joseph @ Kenosha Country Club @ 4:00pm

  • Boys volleyball vs. Union Grove @ 6:30pm

Wednesday August 31st

  • Boys soccer vs. New Berlin West @ Pritchard Park @ 6:30pm

Thursday September 1st

  • Girls tennis vs. Saint Thomas More @ Lockwood Park @ 4:00pm

  • Girls swim @ Whitewater @ 5:30pm

  • Girls volleyball vs. Saint Thomas More @ 6:30pm

Friday September 2nd

Boys soccer Tournament @ Waukesha South vs Carmen @ 6:30pm

  • Football vs. Watertown Luther Prep @ Horlick Field @ 7:00pm

Saturday September 3rd

  • Boys soccer @ Waukesha South Tournament @ 11:00am if lose on Friday, 1:00pm if win on Friday

Be Safe - Be Healthy - Be Positive



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