Monday Oct. 3, 2022

Updated: Oct 7

BIG THANK YOU to Tom Goebel and Bob Letsch for sponsoring lunch today. Three DeRango's Pizzas, one Cheese and Sausage, one Cheese and Pepperoni and the 3rd pizza was one half Cheese/Sausage and one half Veggie. O & H Kringle served as dessert.


L-R '61 Classmates Bob Letsch, Tom Goebel


On Hand: Gary Schonert, Fr. Ron Crewe, Alia Onaczynski, Terry Toll, Tom Konieczko,

George Oteman, George Gordon, Chris Sosnay, Walt Collins, Dick Peterson, Jerry Jardina, Rick Jones, Dave O'Brien, Dan Bentz, Joe Woitach, Jeff Pulda, Roger DeMark,

Cathy Poulsen, Dan DeMatthew, Dan Kovara, Kory Borek, Bob Letsch, Bobby Letsch,

Jeff Tarkowski, Rick Ropiak, Tom Goebel, Don Klemt, Frank D'Acquisto, Chris Gorman


* Bob Letsch was this weeks Packer Pool winner.


Chris Sosnay, Executive Development Director, with Consultant Walter Collins


* Roger DeMark bit into his pizza and out came his front tooth !!! The guys commented that that's OK because his new girl friend is also missing some front teeth...............

------No that's NOT a Halloween Mask - thats' Roger - SCARY !!!

Bob Letsch & Tom Goebel in an effort to make Roger feel good -

blacked out a couple of their front teeth.


Cribbage: Table #1 Frank D'Acquisto and Dave O'Brien defeated Chris Gorman and

Dan DeMatthew. Table #2 Terry Toll/ Bobby Letsch, George Gordon/ Rick Ropiak,

Bob Letsch/ CWood were the teams - game one went to George & Rick. D'Acquisto, O'Brien & Toll departed. Bobby Letsch & Dan DeMatthew teamed together. Rick/George, Bob/CW & Bobby /Dan each won 2 games.


* Bobby Letsch was so proud of his 1st win,

he wanted to show the board for the non-believers.


• Friday was the Annual McGuire/Letsch Golf Scramble at Ives Grove, great day - weather was ideal, great turn out, great dinner at Roma Lodge, Great FUN !!!

• Big Thanks to Jeff Pulda for all his work behind the scenes in making this event a success.


• Playing 9 Holes and teeing off at 2:30, then joining the gang at Roma, Dick Albregts,

Walt Strini, Tom Ettinger, Terry Toll - also playing 9 Holes - pictured below


Tom Goebel, C. Wood, Jerry Jardina, Tom Krug, Dave Benjamin


• Update on Gary Schonert - bought a 16ft boat for fishing. He then needed a truck to tow the boat. Frank D'Acquisto got Gary a great Ram truck. Yet, Gary still does not have his boat. Some issue with the title. Hopefully, he'll get the boat before Lake Delavan freezes for the winter.


• HS Football with Dick Graceffa '69 on the "Play by Play." Bobby Letsch will be guest color commentator on the game this week.........https://dgsports.mixlr.com/



Prayers for Alumni & Friends dealing with Health issues:

  • Chris Gorman '77 wearing a boot and playing golf.

  • Bob Garrity '62 new meds has slowed his Parkinson.

  • George Gordon '57 C foot is better no boot.

  • Gary Schonert '59 H has pain in his knee - checking Northwestern U Hospital.

  • Kathy (Hackl) Wirtz & Jim Poulsen dealing with Parkinsons.

  • Dick Peterson '52 is having surgery to remove skin cancer on his leg.

  • Don Klemt's daughter dealing with serious health issues, biopsy this week..

  • Rick Jones '73 H back issues and both shoulder issues.

  • Ron Bentz '56 dealing with serious health issues.

  • Paul Matsen '69 recovering from detached Retina Surgery.

  • Jerry Jardina '61 seems to be doing better after his Cataract Surgery.

  • Tom Konieczko '65 had successful Cataract Surgery this week. He has back issues.

  • Joe Macareno '76 rehabbing from recent emergency Gall Bladder surgery.

  • Jack Kelley '58 H dealing with Chemo treatments on his throat.

  • Mark Mano dealing with strained shoulder - hopefully not a torn rotator.

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, Bill Halberstadt'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.

• Saturday October, 29 at 4:30 - SCHS Athletic HOF - Cafeteria

Inductees:

Mike Miller '11

Ron Janaky '58

Haley Jeffcoat '12

Sydney Tepley '12

David Olle '70

James Rammelt '74


Week In Angel Athletics

Sept 26th - Oct 1st

Football Friday night the Angels football team faced their first test in a few weeks and found themselves down early. Fueled by senior leadership and a great passing offense, the Angels were able to pull away and walk off the field with a 34-21 victory. The scoring started on the first drive of the game when Jayvion Hunter took off for a 34 yard TD run. The Angels wouldn’t score again until late in the 2nd quarter where John Perugini found Davion Thomas-Kumpula for a 27 yard touchdown. In the 3rd quarter Perugini found Thomas-Kumpula for 2 touchdowns, the first a 7 yard TD and the 2nd a 16 yard TD. Abel Mulder capped off the scoring in the 4th quarter by picking up a fumble recovery and returning it 56 yards for a touchdown. Thomas-Kumpula led all receivers with an impressive 16 receptions for 209 yards and 3 TD’s. Perugini ended the game with 3 passing TD’s and 251 yards through the air. Hunter led all rushers with 168 yards on the ground and 1 TD.


Girls Tennis At Lockwood Park on Tuesday afternoon the girls tennis team hosted Racine Park in its last regular season match of the year. The Angels played well as they were able to defeat Park 5-2. Nylah Kraus and Sarah Strande were each able to earn singles victories as they defeated their opponents 6-0, 6-0 and 6-0, 6-2. All three doubles teams earned default victories as Park did not have enough players to field doubles teams.

Girls Volleyball Tuesday night the Lady Angels traveled to Shoreland Lutheran for a Metro Classic Conference volleyball match. Shoreland Lutheran played extremely well and showed why they are receiving state rankings in division 3. Shoreland Lutheran was able to defeat the Angels 25-8, 25-5 and 25-12. Arianna Jones led the team with 3 blocks while Maciena Trujillo led the team with 3 kills. The Lady Angels were back on the court Thursday night as they hosted Dominican. The team played great defensively all night long, however even with great defense, the Angels couldn’t overcome the powerful offense of the Knights as Dominican took the match 25-8, 25-11 and 25-15. Arianna Jones led the team with 3 kills and 2 blocks while Maciena Trujillo finished with 2 kills and 2 blocks.

Boys Volleyball Monday evening the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran/Prairie boys volleyball team traveled to Union Grove for a Southern Lakes Conference boys volleyball match. The team improved over each set, unfortunately Union Grove was too much to handle as the Broncos defeated the Angels 25-10, 25-12 and 25-19.

Boys Soccer At SCORe soccer park on Wednesday night the Angels soccer team hosted Martin Luther. After a back and forth beginning of the 1st half, the Angels were finally able to break through as Abel Galvan found Marco Sanchez for a goal to jump out to a 1-0 lead. A little later in the first half Abel Galvan had his 2nd assist of the game as he found Juan Bueno to go ahead 2-0. In the 2nd half Galvan would break through with a goal of his own as Marco Sanchez found him to go ahead 3-0. When the final whistle blew the Angels were able to walk off the field with a well earned 3-0 victory. Friday afternoon the boys soccer team hosted state ranked University School of Milwaukee in a non-conference game at SCORe soccer park. The Angels got on the board early and took a 2-0 lead into halftime. Excellent defense by Juan Bueno, Marco Sanchez and Wade Roberson fueled the Angels in the 2nd half and pushed them to the upset victory, 2-1. Adrian Hernandez and Alex Wilkey scored the goals for the Angels in the 1st half. Both goals were unassisted.

Cross Country Thursday afternoon the Angel cross country team traveled to Johnson Park to participate in the Prairie Cross Country Invite. The Angels ran well on a course they are familiar with. Top finishers for the Angels included Sean Moore who finished 17th with a time of 21:30 and Tony Sosa who finished 19th with a time of 22:30.

Swim No meets scheduled this week. Swim will be in action next on Tuesday October 4th when they travel to Delavan-Darien

Cheer/Pom Seen above is the cheer/pom team performing at halftime of Friday's nights homecoming football game. The cheer/pom team is coached by Lori Prideaux, Amanda McCauley, Anni Prideaux and Niana Lawrence. The team consists of seniors Alexis Hrouda, Ella Orth, Arianna Easton, and Gianyah Garica. Juniors, Aniesa Neave, Tamaryiah White, Monica Stinson-Hernandez, and Brooklyn Barron. Sophomores, Isabel Sanchez and Heaven Tanner. Freshmen, Narissah Leal, Miyah Rios, Nila Karaszewski, Madalynn Mitton and Shyla Thomas.

Upcoming Angel Athletic Events Monday October 3rd

  • Boys soccer @ St. Thomas More @ 4:30pm

Tuesday October 4th Girls tennis subsectionals @ Greendale @ 9:00am

Girls swim @ Delavan-Darien @ 5:30pm

Girls volleyball @ Catholic Central @ 6:30pm

Wednesday October 5th Girls tennis sectional @ Greendale @ 9:00am (If advance from Tuesday)

Boys soccer vs. The Prairie School @ SCORe @ 4:30pm

Boys volleyball @ Wilmot @ 6:30pm

Thursday October 6th

Girls volleyball vs. Milwaukee Reagan @ 6:30pm

Boys volleyball @ Burlington @ 6:30pm

Friday October 7th

  • Football @ Martin Luther @ 7:00pm

Saturday October 8th

  • Boys soccer vs. Pius XI @ SCORe @ 11:00am

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