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Monday Sept 5, 2022 Labor Day

Updated: Sep 14, 2022

Remembering the Alumni & Friends who Built the Alumni House

Please do not forget the dedicated Alumni and Friends who labored and dedicated countless hours over a two year period in rehabbing the Alumni House. Check our web site and click on "Charlie's Angels" to see all who helped along the way. We thank the countless Alumni and Friends who contributed time, talent, materials, as well as, monetarily to the success of the Alumni House. We are deeply grateful and indebted to them for their efforts.

• Check out Alumni House website: for the full story. Click on "Charlie's Angels".

2005 "The SCHS Alumni House" was purchased.................

2022 The SCHS Alumni House "You've Come A Long Way Baby". The Alumni House hosts each Monday a number of Alumni and Friends for a sponsored lunch, taste of

O&H Kringle, some snacks, a few laughs and some old memories, along with a few games of team cribbage.

2005 the Back Side of the Alumni House

2022 the Back Side of the Alumni House. The tree on the right was planted in memory of good friend and Alumni House plumber Eddie Howard (Honorary SCHS Grad 2009).

The Picnic Bench was constructed by Tom Mielcarek' 63

Alumni Picnic Bench constructed by Tom Mielcarek '63

The Original Crew of Workers which Fr. Cletus Uhen dubbed "Charlie's Angels".

Standing: Eddie Howard '09 (Deceased), Jim Cramer '59 (Deceased), Tom Mielcarek '63 (Deceased), Joe Woitach '59, Dave Benjamin '61

Seated: Dan Bentz '58, Jim Welsh '56 (Deceased), Fr. Cletus Uhen, Chaplin (Deceased),

Earl Wirtz '58

• These gentlemen also constructed three July 4th Parade Floats for SCHS.

Danny Oakes '79 provided the flatbed trailer and his son Dan '06 drove the floats in the parades. Cheryl Haarsma provided space at the old Western Publishing building for float construction. Later we moved to Azarian Marina building for our float construction.

Assisting in the building of the floats: Dan & Amy DeMatthew, Chris & Sue Gorman.

Float Helpers Amy DeMatthew, Sue Gorman

1st Float: 2005 Boys Basketball WIAA State Champions.

2nd Float: 2006 Boys Basketball WIAA State Champions "Back To Back"

3rd Float: 2007 Boys Basketball WIAA State Champions "Three Peat"

plus WIAA State Champions Cheer/Pom Team

F.r Cletus Uhen former SCHS Athletic Director and Boys Golf Coach rode along each year with the Angel Champions. Check the warm proud smile on Father Uhen's face.

Two SCHS Legends.............

Please remember to keep these dedicated Alumni and Friends in your prayers and thank them along the way for all they do and have done for St Catherine's, the Angels and the Alumni House.

Congratulations & Happy Birthday...........

In the News..................

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

Prayers for the family of Mike Sucharda '65.

Mike passed away over two weeks ago, no obituary is available to date.

Prayers for all our Angels and Friends who are dealing with health issues..........

* Mark Mano dealing stained shoulder - hopefully not a torn rotator.

* Jack Kelley dealing with Chemo treatments on his throat.

* Chris Gorman 5th Ankle Replacement Surgery looking good.

* Bob Garrity new meds has slowed his Parkinson's.

* George Gordon using a walker with broken bone in his foot.

* Bob Letsch had a 24hr flu the last weekend.

* Gary Schonert has 3 laser treatments remaining on his feet and knee.

* Keep in your prayers the guys' wives dealing with health issues.

Week In Angel Athletics - August 29th-September 3rd


The Angels football team opened up their conference season on Friday night as they hosted Watertown Luther Prep at Horlick Field. The offense started out slowly as the Angels found themselves trailing 7-0 late in the 2nd quarter. A touchdown pass from John Perugini to Davion Thomas-Kumpula with 27 seconds until halftime sparked the offense as the team came out and had a huge 2nd half to defeat the Luther Prep Phoenix 28-13. Perugini had 3 TD passes on the night as he was able to connect with Thomas-Kumpula for a 2nd half TD and Domonic Pitts for another TD pass in the 4th quarter. Lamont Hamilton added a rushing TD in the 3rd quarter. Perugini ended the night going 8 for 15 with 74 yards. Jakari Oliver led the receiving corp with 43 yards receiving. Thomas-Kumpula added 18 receiving yards. Jayvion Hunter led the rushing attack with 12 carries for 103 yards. On the defensive side of the ball Mariano Talamantez and Isaac Cantu each had an interception in crucial moments of the game.

Girls Tennis

Tuesday afternoon the St. Catherine’s/Lutheran girls tennis team traveled to Kenosha Country Club to face off against Kenosha St. Joseph in their first conference match of the year. The Lady Angels played some great tennis but unfortunately fell to Kenosha St. Joseph 4-3. In singles competition Elena Gaither was awarded a forfeit victory. In doubles competition the team of Mabel Beversdorf and Sarah Strande defeated their opponent 6-2 and 6-2. Marissa Feurestein and Dayjia Brown-Fraizer also earned a doubles victory as they defeated their opponents 6-4 and 6-3.

Thursday the team hosted St. Thomas More in their first home match of the season at Lockwood Park. Some great tennis was played by the Lady Angels, but in the end Thomas More walked away with the 5-2 victory. Isabella Lillo was able to earn a 7-5, 6-3 victory and Claire Mathew won a thrilling match 4-6, 6-2, 7-6. Maggie Fischer and Nylah Kraus played stunningly in singles competition as they both forced their opponents to a third set, but unfortunately couldn’t pull off the victories as they lost 1-6, 6-3, 6-7 and 6-4, 5-7, 6-7 respectively.

Girls Volleyball

Thursday night the Lady Angels girls volleyball team opened up their conference play at home as they hosted St. Thomas More. St. Thomas More came into McGuire gym ready to play and proved why they are a threat to win the conference as they beat the Angels 3-0. Katelyn Gordon, Arianna Jones and Emmerson Davidovic each had 3 kills.

Boys Volleyball

The St. Catherine’s/Lutheran/Prairie boys volleyball team opened up conference play on Tuesday night as they hosted Union Grove. Union Grove was very efficient and proved to be tough competition as they beat the Angels 25-12, 25-14 and 25-15. Tristan Ropiak led the team with 3 kills and Drew Schoneman added 2. Sam Pitrof had 2 blocks and Lucas Adams added 4 assists.

Boys Soccer

At Pritchard Park on Wednesday night the boys soccer team opened up their 2022 home schedule as they faced off against the New Berlin West Vikings. New Berlin West jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half, but that didn’t deter the Angels as they battled back to earn a hard-fought 2-2 tie. Marco Sanchez scored a goal right before halftime and Wade Roberson scored the 2nd goal for the Angels off an assist by Abel Galvan with 2 minutes left. Morgan Determann added 5 saves in the goal-box.

Friday and Saturday the boys soccer team traveled to Waukesha South to participate in the Sam Beres Memorial Tournament hosted by Catholic Memorial. On Friday night the team faced off against Carmen for a chance to play in the championship game. Excellent defense and even better offense led the Angels to a 3-1 victory. Abel Galvan walked away with a hat trick on the night and Joey Tarwid added an assist.

On Saturday the Angels found themselves pitted against tournament host Catholic Memorial in the championship game. Abel Galvan and Daniel Ugarte were able to score unassisted goals in regulation time, but at the end of 80 minutes the game remained tied at 2-2. Going to penalty kicks, Abel Galvan, Wade Roberson, Marco Sanchez and Alex Wilkey were all able to net goals and Morgan Determan was solid in the net as the Angels won the shootout 4-2 and walked away with the Sam Beres Memorial tournament championship.

Cross Country

No meet this week. The next meet for cross country will be September 9th at Johnson Park


Thursday evening the PSC aquatics team was back in the water as they traveled to Whitewater to participate in the Southern Lakes Conference Relays. Makaleyn Trujillo and Sophia Reeser were a part of the high finishing team of the evening that finished 6th in the 400 yard backstroke with a time of 7:33.43. Makelyn and Sophia were also a part of the 200 yard freestyle relay team together that finished 12th with a time of 2:38.67. Makaelyn participated on the 100 yard freestyle relay team as well as the 400 yard medley relay team that finished in 14th and 9th with times of 1:07.55 and 6:04.58. Sophia participated on the 400 yard freestyle relay team and 500 yard freestyle relay team that finished in 10th and 9th with times of 6:07.39 and 8:1429. Overall the PSC aquatics team finished in 8th place.

Upcoming Angel Athletic Events

Monday September 5th

  • No games/matches/meets scheduled

Tuesday September 6th

  • Girls Tennis @ The Prairie School @ 4:00pm

  • Boys volleyball vs. Racine Case @ 6:30pm

Wednesday September 7th

  • Boys soccer vs. Shoreland Lutheran @ SCORe @ 4:30pm

Thursday September 8th

  • Girls tennis vs. Dominican @ Lockwood Park @ 4:00pm

  • Girls volleyball @ Kenosha St. Joseph @ 6:30pm

  • Boys volleyball vs. Burlington @ 6:30pm

Friday September 9th

  • Girls tennis @ Burlington @ 3:30pm

  • Cross country @ Johnson Park @ 4:30pm

  • Football @ Shoreland Lutheran @ 7:00pm

Saturday September 10th

  • Girls tennis @ Burlington @ 8:30am

  • Girls volleyball @ Cudahy @ 8:30am

  • Girls swim @ Elkhorn @ 10:00am

Be Safe - Be Healthy - Be Positive



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