Thursday, May 8, 2014

A CMH day in the Freeman -

from today's Waukesha Freeman -

Catholic Memorial, Prairie Elementary to be honored during Character Education Conference


WAUKESHA – Two Waukesha schools will be honored at the annual Wisconsin Character Education Conference at Alverno College.


Catholic Memorial High School and Prairie Elementary School will each be recognized as “Promising Practices Designees” by the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee’s School of Education in cooperation with the Wisconsin Character Education Partnership at the conference on June 19-20 for their initiatives that integrated character education into their culture and curriculum.


Students, teachers and administrators at Catholic Memorial took part in a program called “Activating Our Values – 360 Evaluations.”
 They asked 10 people to assess how well they followed the school's core values in hopes of better understanding what could be done to improve their community, according to the school's website.

The students also engaged in a Growth Plan which extended over their four years at Catholic Memorial to see how the school's four pillars – academics, social engagement, service and leadership – are built around faith, according to the website.


Prairie Elementary will be honored for its Student Corps program, which brought together education and service projects.


In total, 17 state schools will be recognized at the conference.
 

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And from the Sports pages -

CMH tennis team wins 

MUSKEGO – Mike Mirsberger won 6-4, 6-2 at No. 1 singles as the Catholic Memorial High School boys tennis team beat Muskego 5-2 in a Classic 8 dual Wednesday.


Tommy Matoska won 6-0, 60 at No. 2 singles for CMH, Christian Erickson won 6-2, 6-3 at No. 3 and David VerBockel won 7-5, 6-1 at No. 4. Jon Rymer and Matt Murphy won 6-4, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles.


Ben Ziolkowski and Josh Taylor won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles for the Warriors, and Joe Foye and Nick Berger won 6-4, 6-4 at No. 3.
 


PREP BOYS GOLF
CMH wins Classic 8 mini 

WALES – Conor Farrell was the meet medalist in leading the Catholic Memorial High School boys golf team to the team title in a Classic 8 Conference minimeet at The Legends at Brandybrook on Wednesday.


Farrell shot a 35, winning by two strokes and helping Memorial hold off Kettle Moraine 152-153.


KM’s Dylan Patscot, Mukwonago’s Ben Nichols, Waukesha North’s Gavin Stutz, Waukesha West’s Austin Barr and Muskego’s Matt Poluika each shot 37 to tie for second place.


Joel Stanislawski shot a 38 for CMH, Mike Immekus 39 and Dylan Allen and Tyler King each shot 40.


CMH took over the league’s overall standings with the victory. CMH has 13 points, Arrowhead 12 and Kettle Moraine 11.
 

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And catching up from yesterday's Freeman - 

PREP GIRLS SOCCER
Crusaders stay perfect 

WAUKESHA – The Catholic Memorial High School girls soccer team keeps on winning.


The Crusaders beat Waukesha South 7-0 in a Classic 8 Conference game Tuesday, improving CMH to 13-0 overall and 3-0 in the Classic 8. It was the 28th straight victory for the Crusaders and extended their unbeaten streak to 43 straight games.


Sophomore Emily Cervantes had two goals and two assists for the Crusaders, and sophomore Jo Rolli had two goals and an assist.


Senior Crissi From had one goal to go with two assists, and junior Nicole Piette and freshman Morgan Rymer had one goal apiece. Sophomore Riley Christensen had an assist.


CMH outshot South 17-0. 




PREP ROUNDUP 
Memorial tops West in boys tennis 

WAUKESHA – The Catholic Memorial High School boys tennis team defeated Waukesha West 6-1 in a Classic 8 Conference dual meet Tuesday.


The Crusaders swept the singles competition with victories by Mike Mirsberger at No. 1 (61, 6-0), Tommy Matoska at No. 2 (6-1, 6-1), Christian Erickson at No. 3 (6-1, 6-0) and David VerBockel at No. 4 (7-5, 6-3).


CMH’s Joseph Diedrich and Andrew Diedrich won the No. 1 doubles match 6-4, 6-4, and Jon Rymer and Matt Murphy prevailed at No. 2 doubles 6-0, 6-1.


West’s Jimmy Archimede and Evan Charbonneau won the No. 3 doubles match 6-4, 6-2. 



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