Thursday, July 28, 2011
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Saturday, July 23, 2011
Brookfield's Chan Bargielski received an automatic invitation to the 2012 Youth All American Game held New Year's Day in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Bargielski, a two-time Youth All-American, attended the 2011 Offense-Defense Football Camp in Madison on June 26-29 with over 70 kids from the Midwest.
Bargielski, who received the MVP for the top defensive line player of the camp, plays for the Catholic Memorial Jr. Crusaders. His parents are Skip and Brenda Bargielski.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
CMH ranked Second Most Successful athletics program in Southeast Wisconsin by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal.
Just a note about our being second once again to Arrowhead, and edging out Marquette. Remember that CMH had 743 students this past year. That is less than one third the size of Arrowhead, and we have about one third the boys as MUHS.
So, if you want to actually participate in sports, get playing time, and be coached up to great success... to me the choice seems obvious. But, then again, I am a bit partial.
Last evening, the final event associated with student activities for the 2010-2011 school year finally happened. Sadly, it came in the form of a loss for the Crusader Baseball team in the regional championship game against Kettle Moraine.
That being said, the days of summer have never really been without CMH student activities. Athletic and high interest camps, bring in our students for work with grade-schools; activity plannings already has members of NHS, Student Council, and Campus Ministry Leadership team coming around, and rehearsals have already begun for the fall one-act play, Spitfire Grill.
Even the sports schedule only gets a few days of breaks with some allowed, scheduled contact days, and the start of football practice in just two weeks, on August 3rd.
So yes, one school year might finally end in late July. But, campus life at CMH, with our highly involved, very committed kids, never seems to end.
Congratulations to our baseball players for a great season and special thanks to the seniors who were fine leaders throughout the season!
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Janice Cantieri, Washington University, St. Paul, Genesse Depot
Ben Dunlap, UW Madison, St. Paul, Genesse Depot
Haley Henschel, UW Madison, St. Anthony on the Lake, Pewaukee
Christopher Hughes, UW Madison, Holy Apostles, New Berlin
Kook Joo Kim, UW Madison, St. Mary, Waukesha
Rachael Kohli, UW Madison, St. William, Waukesha
Kevin Koprowski, Loyola University, St. Dominic, Brookfield
Katherine Kostroski, Marquette University, St. Jerome, Oconomowoc
Isabella Lambert, Butler University, St. Joseph, Big Bend
Ryan Lau, Wheaton College, West Suburban Christian
Matthew Lawton, University of Notre Dame, St. Jerome, Oconomowoc
Jae-Ryoung (Julie) Lee, Cornell University, St. John Vianney, Brookfield
Sae-Ryoung (Nancy) Lee, University of Illinois, St. John Vianney, Brookfield
James Masterson, Marquette University, St. Charles, Hartland
Sam Meier, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, North Lake
Margaret Moyer, Viterbo University, St. Charles, Hartland
Stephanie Pavlick, DePauw University, Divine Redeemer Lutheran
Mitchel Peterman, Northwestern University, St. Charles, Hartland
Rebecca Reese, UW Madison, Holy Apostles, New Berlin
Elle Sander, Creighton University, St. Paul, Genesse Depot
Lauren Schmidt, Saint Louis University, St. Dominic, Brookfield
Chelsea Schrubbe, Winona State University, St. Mary, Waukesha
Lauren Seubert, UW Madison, St. Luke, Brookfield
Laura Starck, Marquette University, St. Mary, Waukesha
Katherine Umhoefer, UW Madison, Queen of Apostles, Pewaukee
July 13, 1959
Catholic Memorial High School officially transitioned from a parish high school associated with St. Joseph's Parish to be an Archdiocesan High School of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
CMH principal, Fr. John Hanley, told reporters that CMH had become the first "regional high school" in the archdiocese. It's mission is to serve the Catholic families of the parishes of Waukesha County. The parishes will be responsible for the support and upkeep of the school.
So, check them out as I will change the list from time to time.
While others faultered and fell, CMH's own Mr. Bob Hall ran his first half marathon last Sunday. With Mr. Chris Benyousky as a training and running partner, in a field of 7000 runners, Mr. Hall finished 70th in his age bracket.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Waukesha South 3
Crusaders Keep Rolling
CMH wins fourth straight in Classic 8
Catholic Memorial Junior Matt West pitched the Crusaders to their fourth straight Classic 8 Conference victory Friday, as CMH beat Waukesha South 18-3 at Frame Park. Photo: Robert F. Borkowski/Special to the Freeman
Friday, July 8, 2011
Waukesha West 1
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Please keep the entire family in your prayers.