Monday, April 30, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
This was an event designed just for parents to help them navigate the process of finding a high school that is the right "fit" for their child.
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Defense leads Memorial to Classic 8 victory
Crusaders overcome less offensive output
by Christine Gustafson, Freeman correspondent
Quote of the day: "The game is more fun (with runners threatening). We're here to play and it's very exciting." CMH junior, Rachel Ramthun
To read the full article, click here.
Singles Play leads CMH past Pius
WAUKESHA - The Catholic Memorial High School boys tennis team swept singles play in beating Pius 6-1in a Classic 8 conference dual Tuesday.
Matt Mirsberger won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, Mike Mirsberger won 6-2, 6-2 at no. 2, Tim Heyrman 6-0, 6-2 at No.3, and Charles Sprinkman won 6-1, 6-2 at No. 4.
Eric Schmitz and Joe Bowes won 6-3, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles, and Joseph Diedrich and Jon Rymer won 6-3, 6-3 at No. 3 doubles. (2-0 Classic 8)
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Milwaukee law firm helps school districts earn $187.5M settlement
A win for the little guys
by Rich Kirchen, Senior Reporter
PREP BOY TENNIS ROUNDUP
CEDARBURG - Catholic Memorial won two doubles titles in winning the Bulldog Invitational for the second straight year Saturday.
Matt Mirsberger and Mike Mirsberger won at the No. 1 doubles title beating Kimberly 7-6 (4), 6-1 in the title match. Jon Rymer and Joseph Diedrich won the No. 3 doubles title, beating West Bend West 6-4, 6-3 in the title match.
Joe Kern finished second at No. 3 singles for the Crusaders, who beat runner-up Cedarburg 26-22 in the team standings.
PREP BOYS GOLF ROUNDUP
Stanislawski leads CMH to golf title
NORTH PRARIE - Senior Corey Stanislawski was the meet medalist as the Catholic Memorial High School boys golf team won the 14th annual Crusader Invitational at the Broadlands on Saturday.
Stanislawski shot a 75 to lead the CMH blue team to first-place. Marco Blise shot a 78 for the blue team, Dylan Allen shot 80, Joel Stanislawski shot 82, and Matt Petre shot 86.
Butrym takes low-key approach
CMH Grad lived with parents while preparing for NFL draft
by Daniel Mike, Freeman Staff
Quote of the day: "I have great friends, great people who I met in high school and college. They really want the best for me, and I am lucky to have that." Patrick Butrym, CMH ''07
To read the full article, click here!
Monday, April 23, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
from the website of WQOW, Eau Claire, WI --
WIAA announces finalists in statewide 2012 scholar athlete program
Stevens Point (Press Release) - The best of the best, 32 Wisconsin high school seniors (16 girls and 16 boys) from Kenosha to Hurley, have turned in the top classroom and sports performances at Wisconsin's public and nonpublic high schools to be selected as finalists for the prestigious 2012 WIAA Scholar Athlete Award, presented by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) and underwritten by Marshfield Clinic.
To determine the top 32 finalists, four boys and four girls are selected from each of four WIAA divisions based on both athletic and academic achievement. Seventeen of this year's 32 WIAA Scholar Athlete finalists have a grade point average of 4.0 to date, while the average GPA is 3.92. All 32 scholar athlete finalists earned a total of 306 letters (an average of 9 letters per athlete) during their first 3-1/2 years of high school.
The 32 scholar athlete finalists were chosen from among 800 seniors nominated by 400 high schools in the state. Every year since 1984, each of the WIAA-member high schools has been invited to nominate one boy and one girl for the WIAA Scholar Athlete award. The average grade point of all Wisconsin student athletes nominated this year was 3.83, and 175 of the nominated student athletes had perfect 4.0 GPAs.
The 2012 WIAA Scholar Athlete Finalists, as well as their families and school representatives, will be recognized at an awards ceremony Sunday, May 6 at the Jefferson Street Inn in Wausau. Each 2012 WIAA Scholar Athlete Finalist will receive a medallion and certificate, and will take with them a special plaque for display in their school's trophy case.
A Webcast of the awards ceremony will be available at www.wiaawi.org during and after the ceremony beginning at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 6.
All 800 students nominated for the award by their high school athletic director will be presented with a medal at their school recognizing them as their school's top male or female scholar athlete.
Join CMH in celebrating its founding as a memorial to those who served.
Celebrating Lives of Service
Friday, May 11, 2012
Mass, 10:15am – InPro Center
Luncheon to follow – Weber Gym (requires registration)
This year’s event includes the inaugural presentation of the Col. Mary Jo MacGregor ’81, USMC. (Ret.) Award for Meritorious Service.
This event is an opportunity for the CMH community to reflect on our mission and motto as exemplified by the generosity of donors, benefactors and all who support our efforts to educate, guide, prepare leaders who serve.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Catholic Memorial High School
Grasch Family Stage
601 E. College Ave., Waukesha
Purchase your tickets online now!
For more information, please phone (262) 542-7101.
Back by popular demand, Catholic Memorial High School brings you KidsWrites. The process involves a CMH English teacher presenting a free, creative writing workshop to a group of your grade school students. The writings will be gathered along with those from other Catholic schools, and the best of these writings will be selected and transformed into a musical theater production performed by CMH students.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Monday, April 16, 2012
Joe Wilde, father of CMH grads, Kelly'84 (Frank) Pohlman, Karen '85 (married to Jim DeWalt '84), John '87 (married to Katie Burns '89), Jeanne '89, and Joanne '96 (married to Jeff Kubisch '96).
For information about arrangements, please click here.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Friday, April 13, 2012
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Joseph M. Gabelbauer, CMH '79 (brother of CMH teacher, John Gabelbauer)
Robert Foley, CMH Director of Development 1982-84, alum parent and present grandparent of Rebecca Norgord ’12 and Sarah Norgord ‘15
Alberto Garay, parent of Mychelle, CMH '04
Ronald R. O'Leary, CMH '54
The prayers of the entire CMH community go out to each for the repose of their souls, and to each family for the comfort and consolation which comes from the Easter promise of Christ resurrected.
Requiscat in Pace!
Each family has named various memorials, but if you would like to offer your memorial at CMH, please click here.
Friday, April 6, 2012
The Catholic Memorial Varsity Girls rugby team took on Kettle Moraine at Minooka Park Thursday afternoon. Senior Sarah Dillett scored in the first two minutes of the match and it was a lead CMH would never relinquish, on route to a physical and hard fought victory, 40-5. Kettle Moraine scored to begin the second half as senior captain Andrea Mertens ran in from ten meters out. CMHS senior captain Taylor Wolf answered with a try of her own moments later. Sophomore Julie Else made an impressive varsity debut starting in place of senior captain Hannah McCaffery.
In JV action, freshman Myra Dillett added two tries as CMH outpaced Brookfield 22-5.
Tries: Taylor Wolf (2), Sarah Dillett, Myra Dillett, Maggie Wesolowski, Lindsey Bluma,
Conv: Dries (5)
Tries: Andrea Mertens
Another great sign of Caritas in Omnibus!
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
From today's Waukesha Freeman -
Three-player combination produces winning goal
by Tony Mooren, Freeman correspondent
To read the full article, click here!
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Walt Bhend,Class of 1962 and his wife Ginny
Gerry Savatski Banaszak, Class of 1962
Kathy Riley Ketterhagen, Class of 1967 and her husband Don
Al Banaszak '62
Monday, April 2, 2012
Playing two shortened matches back-to-back, several underclassmen were able to spark scores, as sophomores Brittany Silas, Molly Langhenry, Maggie Wesolowski, and freshman Myra Dillett all scored tries.
Next up, CMHS plays Kettle Moraine at Minooka Park on Thursday at 5:15pm
Tries: Katie Dries, Katie Mueller, Brittany Silas, Hannah McCaffery, Myra
Dillett, Maggie Wesolowski
Conv: Dries (1)
Menomonee Falls 0
Tries: Miranda Bargielski, Myra DIllett, Sarah Dillett (4), Molly
Conv: Langhenry (4)
Oak Creek 5
Tries: Alyssa Schneider