BIG THANK YOU to Gary & Sharon Schonert for sponsoring lunch today at the Alumni House. Menu consisted of Roast Beef Sandwiches, Baked Beans, Chips and two sheet
cake desserts - Delicious !!! A few managed to take home a doggie bag of goodies.
Dick Peterson brought his home made Fudge. Rick Ropiak brought a case of water.
Dan DeMatthew brought a box of assorted Chips, Party Mix,Cheese Curls & Pop Corn
On Hand: Gary Schonert, Fr Ron Crewe, Alia Onaczynski, Harvey Knuckles, Terry Toll,
Tom Konieczko, Dave Benjamin, George Oteman, George Gordon, Chris Sosnay,
Dick Peterson, Jerry Jardina, Dan Peterson, Frank D'Acquisto, Pete Schiro, Rick Jones,
Dave O'Brien, Dan Bentz, Joe Woitach, Cintia Sanchez, Jeff Pulda, Dr Parisa Meymand, Chelsea Ostrov, Roger DeMark, Cathy Poulsen, Dan DeMatthew, Craig Savage,
Terry Kovara, Dan Kovara, Ryan Andersen, Chris Gorman, Tom Krug, Paul Matsen,
Jeff Tarkowski, Kennedy Kiecker, Don Klemt, Ed DeMeulenaere, Rick Ropiak
Jeff Tarkowski, SCHS Guidance Counselo,r and Kennedy Kiecker, St. Norbert's Recruiter
Kennedy was a member of St Norbert's Women's Hockey Team
• Packer Pool winner was George Oteman '56. Don Klemt was previous week's winner.
Don Klemt spent 10 days in Ireland & Scotland. Don walked 18 holes 6 of the 9 days of golf. After 4 days, Don took a day off. He did utilize a cart on two of the days. EXHAUSTING !!!
• Congratulations to Sarah Busey '17 new Asst. Golf Coach University of Tenn., Chattanooga
TESTING 1,2,3 !!!
• Chelsea Ostrov gave Roger DeMark & Gary Schonert a refresher course on using their iPhones. This tested Chelsea's patience. She was trying to help two old men who can't hear, don't listen,
don't understand and have the attention span of a two-year-old. "Good Luck" !!!
Cribbage: Table One: Dave Benjamin & Dan DeMatthew teamed to defeat Frank D'Acquisto & Pete Schiro 2- 1 which include a "Skunk" of D'Acquisto/Schiro. "The Kings are Dethroned" !!! On Table Two: George Gordon & CWood defeated Terry Toll and Rick Ropiak 2-1 which included a 'Skunk of Toll/Ropiak. After the losers D'Acquisto and Schiro got out of town. Benjamin/DeMatthew joined the 2nd table only to be "Skunked" by Gordon and Wood. Toll & Benjamin departed and Gordon & Wood went on to defeat DeMatthew/ Ropiak 3 straight.
• Catch HS Football with Dick Graceffa '69 on the "Play by Play".........
Prayers for the families of departed Angels and Friends..........
* Harvey Knuckles recently lost his 2nd brother. Harvey is the youngest of 17 children.
Prayers for Alumni & Friends dealing with Health issues:
Mark Mano dealing strained shoulder - hopefully not a torn rotator.
Jack Kelley '58 H dealing with Chemo treatments on his throat.
Chris Gorman '77 can put full pressure on his foot - is wearing a boot.
Bob Garrity '62 new meds has slowed his Parkinson.
George Gordon "57 C using a walker with broken bone in his foot.
Gary Schonert '59 H Laser treatments on knee not working - has pain.
Kathy (Hackl) Wirtz & Jim Poulsen dealing with Parkinson.
Dick Peterson '52 was back at the VA for more test.
Don Klemt's daughter dealing with serious health issues, biopsy next week..
Rick Jones '73 H is now dealing with shoulder issues in both shoulders.
Ron Bentz '56 dealing with serious health issues.
Kathy (Hackl) Wirtz '60 has early stages of Parkinson's.
Paul Matsen '69 recovering from detached Retina Surgery.
Jerry Jardina '61 dealing with after effects of Cataract Surgery
Pat Diem '77 healing thumb from razor cut.
Tom Konieczko having Cataract Surgery this week. He has back issues.
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
• 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; saintcats.org - Play 9 or 18 Holes
Week In Angel Athletics
Sept 12th - 17th
Football Friday night at Horlick Field the Angels were able to get on the board early and often in route to their 45-0 victory over Brown Deer. John Perugini got the scoring started in the first quarter as he scampered off to the right side for a touchdown run. Later in the same quarter Perugini found Davion Thomas-Kumpula for a touchdown. Isaiah Taylor rounded out the first quarter scoring with an interception return for a touchdown. In the second quarter Perugini again found Thomas-Kumpula for a touchdown. A Perugini to Domonic Pitts touchdown and Jakari Oliver rushing touchdown found the Angels leading 38-0 at halftime. In the 3rd quarter Rudy Pardo added a rushing touchdown for the last score of the evening for the Angels. Perugini ended up with 165 yards passing, 3 passing touchdowns, 20 yards rushing and 1 rushing touchdown. Pitts and Thomas-Kumpula each caught 4 passes for 65 and 62 yards. Jayvion Hunter led the rushing attack with 166 yards rushing. Girls Tennis Tuesday night the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran girls tennis team traveled across Racine County to face off against Catholic Central in a Metro Classic Conference girls tennis match. Excellent play all night long by the Angels propelled them to a 6-1 victory. In singles competition Maggie Fischer was able to pick up a 6-2, 6-2 victory, Isabella Lillo a 6-3, 3-6, 10-6 victory and Claire Mathews a 6-0, 6-4 victory. In doubles competition the teams of Mabel Beversdorf and Sarah Strande and Elana Gaither and Dayjia Brown-Frazier each picked up 6-0, 6-0 victories while the team of Marissa Feurestein and Liliana Kutis earned a 7-5, 6-4 victory. Girls Volleyball In front of a large crowd on Tuesday night the Lady Angels volleyball team put on a great show. The Angels jumped out to a 2-0 lead by winning the first 2 sets 25-23 and 25-22. The Panthers of Palmyra-Eagle stormed back to tie the match up 2-2 as they won sets 3 and 4 25-19 and 25-15. The 5th and deciding set was back and forth all set long, but in the end Palmyra-Eagle emerged victorious as they took the 5th set 20-18. Arianna Jones led the team on the night as she had 13 kills and 5 blocks. Julissa Gentry was able to add 11 kills and 5 blocks. Alondra Perez led the team serving as she had 4 aces. Aniyah Price added 3 aces and 2 kills. Thursday night the Angels hosted a very tough Prairie School. Despite their best efforts the Angels just didn’t have enough for Prairie as Prairie was able to emerge victorious with a 25-8, 25-12 and 25-13 victory. Leading the Angels were Maciena Trujillo and Emily Kaisler with 1 ace and 1 kill a piece. Boys Volleyball Thursday night the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran/Prairie boys volleyball team had their first SLC road contest of the year. The matchup came against a powerful Westosha Central team, however the Angels were able to hold their own and played an exceptional 3rd set, but ultimately fell to Westosha 25-16, 25-17, 31-29. Drew Schoneman led the Angels with 14 kills while Tristan Ropiak had 5 and Lucas Adams had 3. Drew Schoneman also led the team with 14 digs, Dylan Schmidkonz and Tristan Ropiak each had 9. Lucas Adams was also able to add 23 assists. Boys Soccer The boys soccer team traveled to Anderson Park in Kenosha to face off against Kenosha St. Joseph on Wednesday night. Despite the Angels best effort they didn’t have enough to fend off a powerful Lancers offense as Kenosha St. Joseph was able to take the match 5-0. Morgan Determan had 8 saves in the goal box for the Angels. The Angels found themselves in a tough battle with Kenosha Indian Trail on Friday night. After a scoreless 1st half, Abel Galvan found Daniel Ugarte for a score to go up 1-0. Unfortunately Indian Trail would come back and tie the game in the 66th minute, only to take the lead 2-1 four minutes later. In the end that's all Indian Trail needed as they defeated the Angels 2-1. Cross Country On Saturday the Angels hosted the 54th annual Angel Invite at UW-Parkside. The annual cross country meet attracts tremendous competition from all over the state of Wisconsin and this year was no different. While no Angels participated in the varsity meet, 3 boys participated in the JV meet and gained some great experience for the future. The highest finishing Angel was Sean Moore who finished 52nd with a time of 20:49.9. Tony Sosa finished with a time of 21:44.3 which was good enough for 86th place. Tony’s brother Miguel finished his race in 28:07.2 which earned him a 225th place finish. Swim Saturday morning the PSC Aquatics team traveled to Milwaukee South Division High School to participate in the Dog Days Swim Invitational. Each of the swimmers did a fantastic job posting personal bests. Makaelyn Trujillo participated in two individual events where she finished 16th in the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 7:46.08 and 20th in the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 2:52.57. She also participated in the 200 yard freestyle relay team that finished 16th with a time of 2:11.63. Overall the PSC Aquatics team finished 13th out of 18 teams. Upcoming Angel Athletic Events Monday September 19th
No games/matches/meets schedule
Tuesday September 20th
Girls swim @ Whitewater @ 5:30pm
Wednesday September 21st
Girls tennis @ Martin Luther @ 4:00pm
Boys soccer @ Racine Lutheran @ Pritchard Park @ 6:30pm
Thursday September 22nd
Girls volleyball vs. Martin Luther @ 6:30pm
Boys volleyball @ Waterford @ 6:30pm
Friday September 23rd
Cross Country @ Johnson Park @ 4:30pm
Boys Soccer vs. Verona @ SCORe @ 4:30pm
Football vs. St. Thomas More @ St. Francis High School @ 7:00pm
Saturday September 24th
Girls tennis @ Prairie @ 9:00am
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