Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Boys basketball enters post season

from today's Waukesha Freeman -

CMH 62
N.B. West 48


CMH plays on
Crusaders play top-seeded Eisenhower Friday
By Jeff Hagenau Freeman Correspondent

WAUKESHA – Chandler North was determined to make the final home game of his career a memorable one.


North, a 6-foot-2 senior forward, scored five of his 13 points in the third quarter as the fourth-seeded Catholic Memorial High School boys basketball team defeated fifth-seeded New Berlin West 62-48 in a physical, uptempo WIAA Division 2 regional quarterfinal game Tuesday.


Memorial, which improved to 7-16 overall, advanced to face topseeded New Berlin Eisenhower in a regional semifinal Friday at Eisenhower.


The Crusaders led 34-28 at halftime and went on what proved to be a momentum-shifting 11-6 run in the third quarter, including six unanswered points over the course of the first two minutes.


North powered the spree with four straight points, highlighted by a left-handed layup with 5:52 left in the quarter.


North made a steal near the midcourt line, dribbled hard toward the basket and converted the uncontested shot to extend the lead to 40-28.


“We walked in with the mindset that this could potentially be our last game and tried to take care of
business,” said North, one of three New Berlin residents on the Memorial roster. “Early in the game, they pushed us around inside and took control of the offensive glass. Once that happened, we focused hard on boxing out and locked down inside to prevent the amount of second shots. That’s when we started to see good results.

“Heading into the second half, I just tried to post up and stay aggressive on each possession. With it being a physical battle, it was great to be able to come away with a few plays to help build some momentum in the third quarter. After losing on Senior Night, it was special to come back and redeem ourselves in the first round of the playoffs.”


Senior guard Jake Shomin added 13 points with senior guard Ayinde Starling chipping in 10 points for Memorial, which made 25 of 36 free throws and three baskets from 3-point range. Sophomore guard Alex Bray contributed seven points and senior forward Bill Sheaffer had six points.


Memorial coach Dean Bellanti was pleased with the way his squad responded to the pressure of a physical, first-round tournament game.


“We struggled at times, but played well enough to come away with a victory,” said Bellanti, whose team snapped a three-game
losing streak. “If we want to continue to have success, we need to be more consistent each time we step on the floor.

“In the third quarter, we started to rebound the ball better and began to take control of the game. Once we started to trust in one another and played fundamentally sound, good things started to happen. That was the big difference in the game tonight.” Senior forward Scott Reichel scored 15 of his game-high 20 points in the first half to pace New Berlin West, which ended the season 2-21 overall.


“We played well in the first two quarters, but couldn’t maintain the momentum heading into the second half,” said West assistant coach Brian Timmerman, filling in for longtime head coach Jeff Lewiston who was forced to miss the game because of illness. “Unfortunately, the turnovers came back to haunt us in the second half. The guys battled extremely hard but it wasn’t enough this time.”
 
 
 
Photo credit: Charles Auer/Freeman Staff - Memorial senior Ayinde Starling goes over New Berlin West freshman Zachary White during Tuesday’s playoff game at Catholic Memorial
 
 
 

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

A call for support of the CMH Auction!

CMH will be bursting with
Crusader Pride
as we celebrate
"All That Glitters Is Blue & Gold"

Our goal is to raise $175,000 to fund the mission to educate, guide and prepare leaders who serve.

 
Saturday, March 8, 2014
5:00 pm: Mass
5:30 pm:  Registration, Silent Auction,
Cocktails & Hors d'oeuvres
7:30 pm: Dinner and Voice Auction
Dancing to Follow

Sponsorship Opportunities available for our largest fundraising event now!

CMH's Gromacki heading to State

from today's Waukesha Freeman -

Pewaukee sending six to state

WAUPUN – The Pewaukee High School wrestling team qualified six wrestlers for the WIAA Division 2 state individual tournament.


It is the third most qualifiers for Pewaukee, which sent nine in 2009 and eight in 2010.


Junior Isaac Lodise finished second at 126 pounds in a Division 2 sectional, and freshman Jacob Raschka was second at 152.


Senior Rajiv Geffert (106), senior Garrett Shibilski (138), senior Jake Paget (160) and Jacob Becker (182) each finished third to advance to the state meet.

Catholic Memorial heavyweight Sam Gromacki advanced to state with a third-place finish.

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

CMH rallies past Menomonee Falls

WAUKESHA – Seniors Tori Hodorowski and Bridget Farley had 10 points apiece in the second half to lead the Catholic Memorial High School girls basketball team to a 41-35 nonconference victory over Menomonee Falls on Monday.


Falls led 17-11 at halftime before the Crusaders went on a 30-18 second-half run.


Hodorowski led Memorial (11-10 overall) with 13 points, and Farley finished with 12. Sophomore Dena Dryer had 10 points for CMH.

Winterfest 2014 at CMH Serves 100 children with Special Needs



CMH students hosted TOPSoccer--Winterfest, which invites children with special needs from all over Wisconsin to enjoy a day of play and celebration of a great season.  The kids played soccer-themed carnival games, participated in small-sided matches, shared lunch together, and received awards.  In the picture Danny Prager and Cassidy Lentz play with children during a music therapy activity.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Don't miss this year's CMH musical, Singin' In The Rain!


Don't miss this year's musical, Singin' in the Rain!  Performances on the Grasch Family Stage will be held February 21 through March 2.  Reserve tickets on sale in the CMH Spirit Shop Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Credit Cards can be accepted by phone at 262-549-6852. Purchase tickets at the door before performances with cash or check only.

Visit the CMH website for specific dates and times.  Visit us on Facebook for information about the Musical Alumni Reunion to be held on March 1 at CMH.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Wrestlers move on to Sectionals


Memorial crowns two regional champs 

WHITEWATER – Catholic Memorial’s Tyler Schmitt (152), Mike Wurster (182) and Sam Gromacki (285) each won an individual title at last Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 Whitewater Regional.

Chris Else (120) was second for CMH. 

Taking a step toward the big-time.

Pawlikowski hires Braun as assistant coach



Feb. 20, 2014

Stony Brook, N.Y. – Stony Brook volleyball head coach Coley Pawlikowski has announced the hiring of Taylor Braun as an assistant coach.  He will work extensively with the setters and will look to continue to develop the offense. 

"We are thrilled to welcome Taylor Braun to our staff,” Pawlikowski said. “What sets Taylor apart is his passion and love of the sport. His positive attitude and energy is contagious in the gym. Taylor is a fantastic up-and-coming young coach with a great mind for the game and a vision for player development both on and off the court that matches our mission at Stony Brook. 



We saw Taylor's potential as a coach first hand while he was a practice player for our staff during our time at the University of Wisconsin. His collegiate playing experience and leadership will also be an asset in our gym."

The 2013 graduate of University of Wisconsin joins the Seawolves after spending one season as the boy's volleyball head coach at Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha, Wisc., where he mentored the team to an undefeated conference mark and a trip to the state semifinals. 

Braun was an assistant coach for the West Allis Lightning Club team that won a Junior Olympic national title. While with West Allis, he helped to produce eight future men’s Division I athletes. 

Braun served as the boy’s freshman head coach and varsity assistant coach from 2010-12 at Middleton High School. His freshman squads won three consecutive conference championships under his tutelage. 

He also worked as a summer camp coach at Wisconsin, coaching a JV girl’s team and running position-specific drills for high school players. 

Braun was a first team All-Big Ten selection in 2012 and was named to the honorable mention squad in 2011 and 2013 as a member of Badgers’ club volleyball team. As the team’s president in 2011-12, he was charged with running tryouts, scheduling tournaments and serving as a player-coach.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

CMH Welcomes Honor Flight and veteran Al Exner

CMH was proud last night to present to the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight Organization a check for $13,000 from last fall;s annual Haunted House.  These funds, and an additional $1,500, will make it possible for 29 veterans to make the an Honor Flight.

If we can send 29, each veteran will carry the name of one of the 29 fallen servicemen for whom CMH is to be a living memorial.



Students, parents, and community members met with board members of the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight organization.


After a pizza party for all the Haunted House volunteers, the young people looked forward to the opportunity to share the fruits of their great effort.


The Honor Flight representatives expressed sincere appreciation for the gift, and the emphasis that CMH is placing on its legacy as a memorial to servicemen.


As a token of their thanks, the Honor Flight organization donated a copy of the Honor Flight book for the CMH library.


The remainder of the evening's program was dedicated to WWII vet, and CMH past parent, Al Exner, sharing his recollections and lessons from his time as a Navy Corpsman.  The program coincided nicely with the 69th anniversary of the invasion of Iwo Jima in which Al took part.

 
Dr. Hall concluded the evening with words of thanks to Al, the Honor Flight group, our kids, and Mary McNulty and the many adult volunteers who made the Haunted House, and this event, possible.


Fox 6 news was present and interviewed Mr. Exner and a number of our kids.

A call for help.  If you are will to help close the $1500 gap for sending 29 veterans on the Honor Flight (each to carry the name of one of CMH's honor roll) please contact me directly via email.

Monday, February 17, 2014

CMH's Operation Michael assists Hunger Task Force

Thanks sent to the CMH Students of Operation Michael!



From: Justine Vergeer
Sent: Monday, February 17, 2014 9:39 AM
To: Mary Gentile
Subject: Thanks for sorting!

Mary,

Thank you for your group’s help in sorting 22,000 pounds of food on Thursday, February 13. Hunger Task Force is grateful for your efforts in the fight against hunger in our community.

Food sorting is an important first step in feeding Milwaukee’s hungry and volunteer groups like yours are making this possible on the frontline. Can by can, and box by box, you’ve sorted and built a supply of healthy and nutritious food that will feed families across Milwaukee.

Hunger Task Force is proud to call you partners in our mission to end hunger.

Thank you again for your support, hard work and dedication. We look forward to working with you again soon!

Justine
Community Relations Manager 
Hunger Task Force




The story of Operation Michael:

Sixteen years ago a CMH senior, Juan, was driving on Bluemound Road heading home. He saw a man holding a sign which read "Will Work For Food". Along with all the other cars, Juan stared at the homeless man for a few moments and then continued on his way.

When Juan got home he told his older brother about the man and his desperate cry for food. Together, the brothers went back to find the man. They took him to get some coffee and warm food. The homeless man's name was Michael.


Michael told the brothers many stories about how he lost his job, his wife, his home. He told them about the people he had encountered: they stared, honked, spit, and cussed at him. People threw things at him, even burning cigarettes, as they drove past.

After some time with them, Michael thanked the brothers for their kindness and went their way. Juan was touched by Michael's story, so he decided to bring his experience back to school. He and a group of other CMH senior boys got together and organized Operation Michael to bring homelessness awareness to everyone.


This was the beginning of Operation Michael. Nine years ago the students of Operation Michael also took on the task of fundraising and volunteering in order to build on the growing awareness that this group was already fostering. Members do works of service and justice by participating in clothing and supply drives, volunteering at meal programs and shelters, and fundraising in order to aid the homeless in our community.

Each year, a night is set aside for a group of CMH students to reflect and pray while engaging in different activities that are focused and centered on the homeless.


Friday, February 14, 2014

Join us next Tuesday evening!


Catholic Memorial High School will present the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight with a check for $13,000 on February 18, at 7:00 pm. 

The evening will feature a special presentation by World War II veteran Al Exner of Waukesha. Al served as a Navy medical corpsman during World War II, and he will share his experiences in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. As a surgical technician, he treated both sides in the conflict, as well as many of the men serving for our allied nations. 

Al and his wife, Norma, sent four children to CMH, and his daughter, Sue Ruf, is our learning specialist.

The Stars and Stripes Honor Flight honors all veterans by flying WWII, Korean War and terminally ill veterans from other conflicts to Washington, D.C., to visit their memorials. 

The funds donated to Honor Flight were raised through the annual Haunted House event.

It is an honor and a privilege to have such a distinguished speaker at CMH. All are welcome!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Leadership of the new USS Milwaukee visit CMH

Yesterday morning, I had the singular honor of offering the invocation at the first Milwaukee public event anticipating the 2015 commissioning of the Navy's newest vessel, the USS Milwaukee.


As part of the public service and educational focus of the planning committee and the new crew of the ship is encouraging and strengthening STEM Education.


As part of the Navy leadership visit to Milwaukee for this event, CMH was chosen for a tour of our Project Lead the Way spaces and to present in the Principles of Engineering class.


The retired Vice Admiral leading the commissioning committee, as well as the USS Milwaukee's captain, chief enlisted office and their public affairs office, were all very complimentary of the the class and of CMH.



To end their time at CMH, I briefly shared with our visitors the story of the founding of CMH as a Memorial to 29 fallen servicemen, nine of whom were sailors or marines.


Special thanks to our visitors,
Vice Admrial Dirk Debbink, USN Retired

Commander Michael Brasseur, USN, Commanding Officer USS Milwaukee
Lieutenant (junior grade) Sara Artime, USN, Electronics Material Officer and Public Affairs Officer
Command Senior Chief Greg Garcia, USN, Senior Enlisted Advisor



WWII Vet Speech Headlines CMH Check Presentation to Honor Flight


WWII Vet Speech Headlines Check Presentation to Honor Flight
 
Waukesha, Wis. – Catholic Memorial High School will present the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight with a check for $13,000 on February 18. The evening will feature a special presentation by World War II veteran Al Exner of Waukesha.

Exner served as a Navy medical corpsman during World War II, and he will share his experiences in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. As a surgical technician, Exner treated both sides in the conflict, as well as many of the men serving for our allied nations.

“A story of the greatest generation as told through someone who lived it will deeply impact our students,” says the Very Rev. Paul B.R. Hartmann, president of Catholic Memorial High School. “Our school was founded as a living memorial to 23 young men who died in WWII. Hearing about Al’s WWII experiences while supporting the Stars and Stripes speaks directly to the heart of Catholic Memorial.”

The Stars and Stripes Honor Flight honors all veterans by flying WWII, Korean War and terminally ill veterans from other conflicts to Washington, D.C., to visit their memorials. The funds donated to the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight were raised through supporters of Catholic Memorial’s annual Haunted House event, held on the school’s grounds.

Exner’s new mission is to maintain the memory of the men he treated while also illuminating the hardships endured by speaking to students in history classes around the area and educating them on the great sacrifices made for their country. Exner also has close ties to the Catholic Memorial community. He and his wife sent four children to the Waukesha high school, and his daughter, Sue Ruf, is a teacher at the school.

Exner’s presentation and the check presentation are open to the public. Please visit catholicmemorial.net for time and location information.

Crusader Girls heel the Bulldogs

from today's Waukesha Freeman - 

Crusaders pull away 

WAUKESHA – Catholic Memorial pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Cedarburg 48-37 in a nonconference game Tuesday.


The Crusaders outscored the Bulldogs 17-10 in the fourth.


Sophomore Dena Dryer had a team-high 12 points, which included making two 3-pointers. Senior Victoria Hodorowski added 10 points.
 

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Crusader Ski Team Update



CMH Ski Team - Both girls’ and boys’ ski teams successfully completed their season! Varsity Girls did extremely well with their small team of 4, with Claire Feichtmeier qualifying for State as an individual.

Varsity boys ended up narrowly qualifying for State as a team, with Joey Feichtmeier (3rd place overall as an individual) getting 1st team All-Conference, and Justin Morrison (Tied for 7th place) getting 2nd team All-Conference. State Meet is this weekend February 15-17.

Good luck boys

CMH teacher and students recognized for Women in Computer Science



CMH Computer Science instructor, Mrs. Rose Hoffmann, has been recognized with the The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing Educator Award.

NCWIT will present Rose with this award in recognition of supporting young women’s interest in computing and information technology. This National Educator Award is conferred upon educators that have demonstrated a commitment to encouraging young women’s aspirations in computing.

As a recipient of the Educator Award, she will receive an engraved commemorative award, up to $1,000 of expense reimbursement for computing-related professional development, and a laptop.  Her bio and picture will be posted on their web site



Three CMH students have also been recognized.   Eli Walz, Elizabeth Wesley, and Samantha Seifert are NCWIT Wisconsin Affiliate runner-ups for 2014.

They will receive a plaque and other prizes for their success, this Spring during an event at Alverno University Conference Center in Milwaukee. 





Congratulations to a CMH National Merit Finalist


Today, we received a letter from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announcing that Alexa Jaeger has been named a National Merit Finalist.  

16,000 Semifinalists were named in September 2013 and Alexa has met all the requirements to advance to Finalist standing in the competition.  

All Finalists will be considered for National Merit Scholarships to be offered in 2014.   

At last word, Alexa is still trying make her final college decision between Harvard and MIT.

Archbishop Listecki celebrates mass with CMH

Yesterday, for our monthly all-school liturgy, despite the extreme cold, the CMH community was joined at St. Mary's Parish church by Archbishop Jerome Listecki.





It was a wonderful celebration, and the Archbishop was very commendatory of our young people.  We can all be rightfully proud!

Crusader Athletes College Bound!

from today's Waukesha Freeman - 


Crusaders sign letters of intent

WAUKESHA – Three Catholic Memorial High School seniors signed their national letters of intent last week to play collegiate sports.They are, from left, Christina From, who will play soccer at Western Illinois, Alec Kocour, who will play football at Illinois State, and Erin Chiappetta, who will play soccer at Winona State.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

10th Anniversary of State Championship Celebrated


CMH's 2004, State Champion Basketball Team was remembered and recognized at last night's Crusader victory over Mukwonago.

congratulations and Welcome back!

Crusader Boys Win Three Straight

from today's Waukesha Freeman -

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP  

CMH 64
Mukwonago 57

Memorial wins third straight

WAUKESHA – Senior Chandler North scored 16 points to lead the Catholic Memorial High School boys basketball team to its third straight victory with a 64-57 Classic 8 Conference decision over Mukwonago on Friday.


Senior Ayinde Starling added 13 points for the Crusaders, and senior Jake Shomin had 10.


Koy Brecklin scored 13 to lead the Indians, Aaron Nixon added 12 and Rob Gruber had 10.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Hockey - The Stars Shine!

from today's Waukesha Freeman -

PREP BOYS HOCKEY

Brookfield/CMH 4
Marquette 1 


Murnane protects Stars’ early lead Stars score three goals in first period
Freeman Staff

BROOKFIELD – Cooperation can accomplish great things.


The Brookfield/Catholic Memorial co-op boys hockey team provided the latest in a series of illustrations with a 4-1 Classic 8 Conference victory over Marquette at the Eble Ice Arena on Thursday.


A number of the Stars, who attend Brookfield Central, Brookfield East and Catholic Memorial High Schools, enjoy rivalries in their other sports during the fall and spring seasons.


During the winter months, though, they pool their talents on the ice.


“This spring, I’ll be playing lacrosse against some of my hockey teammates,” said Stars goalie JJ Murnane, a senior at Brookfield East. “I play for the Brookfield co-op of East and Central and they’ll be playing for Catholic Memorial.


“When we first became hockey teammates, it was a little weird. There’s always some rah-rah going back and forth. But once you’re in the trenches with guys, you don’t care anymore. You blend together and become a team.”
 Murnane made several spectacular saves Thursday and had a shutout until the Hilltoppers broke through for a goal with 4 minutes, 22 seconds to play. But he was just as adept at deflecting the credit as he was at scattering Marquette’s shots.

“This was one of our better games this season,” Murnane said. “Guys were putting their bodies on the line in the defensive zone. We were really playing as a team rather than individuals. We really came together.


“We’re starting to play like champions.”


Brookfield/CMH struck
 quickly. Brookfield Central junior forward John Rymaszewski rifled a shot from the left wing off the stick of Marquette’s goalie and into the net just 3 minutes, 29 seconds into the game. CMH sophomore forward Noah Mikelonis assisted.

The Stars extended their lead to 2-0 with 6:50 left in the first period when Brookfield Central senior forward Robby Fosdick scored from the left wing on an assist by CMH senior forward Nate Mikelonis.


Then with 5:55 still remaining in the opening period, Brookfield/CMH struck again as CMH sophomore forward Patrick McKnight
 delivered a goal on an assist by Brookfield Central junior forward Riley Keays.

Marquette changed goalies to start the second period and no further scoring transpired until Keays came through with a power-play goal on an assist by Rymaszewski with 12:14 to play in the second period.


The score remained 4-0 until Marquette broke up the shutout on a goal by senior forward Jackson Weiss, assisted by senior defender JJ Kispert and junior defender Alex Kuhn.


But the Stars were celebrating the victory moments later.
 

“It was important for us to come out with energy tonight and bottle up those guys from the start,” Brookfield/CMH coach Steve Chapin said. “I think the first period played right into what we intended to do.

“I told our guys that our goal going into the playoffs is to get on a run. We want to tighten up our defense and play with energy.”


CMH senior defender Vinnie Dombrowski said his team played with the sense of urgency it needed.


“This was definitely one of our best games,” Dombrowski said. “We knew Marquette was going to be tough. We wanted to come out and jump on them right away and we did that pretty well.


“We knew it was going to be a grind, so we were ready.”


Both Chapin and Dombrowski directed rave reviews toward Murnane.


“J.J.’s our backbone,” Chapin said. “We try to block shots. We try to keep everything out of there. We can get two or three blocks here and there and limit
 J.J.’s, but he’s been so solid all season.”

Rock-solid, in Dombrowski’s estimation.


“He’s a phenomenal player,” Dombrowski said. “He’s been great the whole season. We can’t thank him enough. He’s a big gamer.”


Murnane enjoyed the cushion his teammates created with their early scoring barrage, but he didn’t rest on it.


“I always view it as a 0-0 game because no matter what, if the other team gets one, you have to get right back at it,” Murnane said.


The victory lifted the Stars to 4-2-1 in the Classic 8, gave them nine points and kept them in second place, two points off the pace of University School of Milwaukee.


The Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/ Oconomowoc co-op and Arrowhead are tied for third place with eight points apiece.


“We just want to take one game at a time, build some momentum and get ready for the playoffs,” Dombrowski said. “Then we’ll see what happens.”


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Thursday, February 6, 2014

PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP - Two nice wins!

 from today's Waukesha Freeman - 

Prep Boys -

North scores 16 to lead CMH boys past South

WAUKESHA – Senior Chandler North had 16 points and three steals to lead the Catholic Memorial High School boys basketball team to a 57-50 Classic 8 Conference victory over Waukesha South on Wednesday.


Alex Bray and Jake Shomin added 10 points apiece for the Crusaders.


Robbie Gogin had just two points for CMH, but he had team highs in rebounds with seven and assists with three.


Trent Prater had 19 points to lead South, and Cody Hurtado added 12.



Prep Girls -

CMH girls hold on to beat Blackshirts

WAUKESHA – Dena Dryer had 16 points in leading the Catholic Memorial girls to a 3734 Classic 8 Conference victory over Waukesha South on Wednesday.

Tori Hodorowski added nine points for CMH, which led 2118 halftime lead that held up.


Natalie Gottschalk led the Blackshirts with eight points, and Emily Schumacher and Rebecca Litt had six apiece.
 

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Crusader scientists advance in Bowl Series



National Science Bowl Regional Competition -

In the Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl Regional Competition, Catholic Memorial’s teams did an outstanding job against stiff competition from all over the State of Wisconsin.

The Science Bowl is a fast-paced Jeopardy style competition in which students answer questions from astronomy, advanced biology, advanced chemistry, calculus, earth science, energy, and physics.

Memorial’s teams advanced from the morning’s pool play, where the top two teams in each pool go on to the afternoon’s double elimination rounds, to finish second and fifth overall. The competition was so close that our team was tied with Appleton West after the first half of the final tiebreaker game.

Our 2nd place team players were Alexa Jaeger, Captain, Josh Zignego, Noah Krause, Aaron Siehr, and Jonathan Reitz. The 5th place team players were Breanna Aldred, captain, Marisa Ulrich,  Josh 
Kinsey, Molly Wetzel, and Chandler North.

Congratulations Crusader Scientists!

CMH wrestlers fourth in Grafton Duals

from today's Waukesha Freeman - 
GRAFTON – Catholic Memorial finished fourth and Waukesha North fifth in the Grafton Duals on Saturday.
 

Ty Schmitt (152) and Sam Gromacki (285) each went 5-0 for CMH, which lost 5427 to West Bend East in the third-place match.


Sam Olsen went 5-0 at 220 for the Northstars, who beat Racine Case 36-33 in the fifth-place match.