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Indian Trail falls to Homestead

MEQUON — To its credit, the Indian Trail football team does not shy away from the heavy hitters.

The Hawks have scrimmaged state powerhouses Arrowhead and Wisconsin Lutheran in the preseason and played non-conference games against Illinois juggernaut Stevenson in recent years.

One week after opening the season against formidable Germantown, Indian Trail took a shot at North Shore Conference stalwart Homestead on Friday night.

Indian Trail (0-1) vs. Homestead (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Homestead High School (5000 W. Mequon Road, Mequon)

Hawks stumble out of the gate


KENOSHA — The miscues and misfortune snowballed for the Indian Trail football team on Friday night.

Indian Trail vs. Germantown

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Hawks expected to fly high again


KENOSHA — In WisSports.net’s recent prep football preview, Indian Trail was picked to finish second in the Southeast Conference this season.

A lofty ranking considering the Hawks lost to graduation their starting quarterback, four of their top five rushers and two of their top three receivers from last year’s 7-4 team that finished one game behind co-champions Franklin and Oak Creek.

WisSports.net doles out the respect for Indian Trail football team


If the recent season preview of the Southeast Conference by WisSports.net is any indication, the Indian Trail football team should be in the hunt for the league title.

The Hawks were picked to finish second behind Franklin, which shared the crown with Oak Creek last season. Indian Trail was tabbed for fourth last year, but went 5-2 and finished one game behind the co-champions.

Indian Trail’s Langley to play football at Illinois St.


KENOSHA — Aston Langley gets the last laugh.

After being snubbed for first-team All-Southeast Conference and All-County honors in the fall, the Indian Trail senior defensive tackle signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Illinois State University on Wednesday morning.

Monday Morning Quarterback I



Is the Indian Trail football team poised for a deep run in the WIAA Division-1 playoffs in 2015?

Monday Morning Quarterback II


Despite a biting wind blowing from the north at 30-35 mph, the elements didn’t have a starring role in the Indian Trail football team’s 13-6 loss to Marquette in the second round of the WIAA Division-1 playoffs on Friday night at Hart Park in Wauwatosa.

“I don’t know if that played that much of a factor,” Indian Trail coach Mike McKay said. “I think it just kept you from trying to throw it deep.”

Football IT Marquette


End of the trail for Hawks


WAUWATOSA — For the second year in a row, the Indian Trail football team gave a top-seeded team a scare in the second round of the WIAA Division-1 playoffs only to fall agonizingly short.

The fourth-seeded Hawks shut down high-scoring Marquette, but could only muster one touchdown in a 13-6 loss to the Hilltoppers on Friday night at windy, chilly Hart Park.

Indian Trail (7-3) vs. Marquette (8-2)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Hart Park (7300 W. Chestnut St., Wauwatosa)

Hawks face a challenge in Marquette pass catchers


KENOSHA — You get the feeling that even if the Indian Trail football team was facing the likes of Jimmy Graham, Calvin Johnson and Brandon Marshall, the Hawks’ defensive backfield would still be confident and eager to take on the challenge.

Marquette won’t be trotting out any future NFL Hall of Famers when the teams collide in the second round of the WIAA Division-1 playoffs Friday night at Hart Park, but the Hawks will be trying to limit some of the best pass catchers that the state has to offer.

More at stake this time for Indian Trail, Marquette

KENOSHA — When the Indian Trail football team faces Marquette in the second round of the WIAA Division-1 playoffs on Friday night, it won’t be the first time that the Hawks travel to Hart Park to take on the Hilltoppers.

After both teams finished the 2012 regular season with identical 2-6 records, they agreed to play an extra game as allowed by the WIAA for non-playoff teams.

Monday Morning Quarterback I


It is not a coincidence that Indian Trail senior running back Cameron Bishop’s uniform number (25) is the same as former Bradford star and current University of Wisconsin Heisman Trophy candidate Melvin Gordon.

“I remember watching (Gordon) in eighth grade and wanting to play just like him,” Bishop said. “It’s not the only reason I wear No. 25, but it’s a big one. I definitely look up to him.”

Indian Trail advances over Badger


KENOSHA — While it wasn’t exactly “three yards and a cloud of dust” for Indian Trail on Friday in its first-round WIAA playoff game against visiting Lake Geneva Badger, the Hawks’ usual big-play offense tried something a little different.

Indian Trail effectively used “small-ball” to pull out a 41-26 victory over the Badgers at Jaskwhich Stadium to advance to next week’s second round of the Division-1 playoffs.

Indian Trail (6-3) vs. Badger (4-5)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Indian Trail finishes off Racine Horlick


The WIAA won’t release the playoff brackets until this afternoon, but Friday night’s regular-season finale at Jaskwhich Stadium had all the dramatic feel of a postseason game.

Indian Trail vs. Racine Horlick

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Franklin edges Hawks



FRANKLIN — A familiar script played out in a contest for first place in the Southeast Conference on Thursday night at Franklin High School.

Indian Trail vs. Franklin

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Where: Franklin High School (8222 S. 51st St.)

Indian Trail, Franklin in a fight for first


KENOSHA — The Indian Trail football team owes Franklin a double dose of payback.

In a Southeast Conference matchup between a pair of 5-0 teams last season, the Sabers ruined Indian Trail’s Homecoming with a 28-21 victory before a crowd of 5,000 at Jaskwhich Stadium. Franklin went on to capture an undefeated league crown.

Ochs in on six TDs as Indian Trail rips Case

RACINE — Coming off a frustrating 10-point loss to Bradford last week, the Indian Trail football team needed to rebound with a victory over Racine Case on Friday night to remain in the hunt for a Southeast Conference title.

The Hawks did exactly that as they seized an early 14-point lead and dominated in the second half en route to beating the Eagles for the third consecutive season, this time by a 41-20 score at Hammes Field.

Prep football preview: Indian Trail vs. Racine Case

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Hammes Field (7345 Washington Ave., Racine)

Red Devils stop Hawks



KENOSHA — This one was far from a fluke.

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    No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr.

    1 Max Alfredson WR 5-10 170 Jr.

    2 Bryant Jones RB 5-8 170 Jr.

    3 Christian Jones WR 5-9 150 Sr.

    4 Armani Carmickle WR 6-2 176 Jr.

    5 Tyler Sekuris LB 5-11 175 Sr.

    6 Brian Roach DL 6-2 232 Sr.

    7 Josh Weyand S 6-0 175 Sr.

    8 Justin Smith DB 5-11 175 Jr.

    10 Michael Capodarco LB 5-11 210 Sr.

    11 Jared Wenberg QB 6-3 170 So.

    12 Ian Chatman QB 5-11 200 Sr.

    14 Alex Rothweiler RB 5-11 185 Jr.

    15 Jose Rodriguez DB 5-11 175 Sr.

    20 Tony Ciardo S 5-11 175 Jr.

    21 Andrew Masters S-RB 5-10 175 Sr.

    22 Erick Bouie RB 5-10 135 Sr.

    24 Tyler Jefferies DL 6-1 175 Jr.

    25 Vinny Miller DB 5-9 155 Jr.

    30 Jack Lalonde LB 6-0 165 Jr.

    32 R.J. Yenerall S 5-8 150 Jr.

    37 Josh Pritzl-Finger RB 5-7 164 Sr.

    38 Kollin Marker K 5-8 150 Jr.

    40 Evan Callow WR 5-10 150 So.

    42 Jack Granucci RB 6-0 170 So.

    43 Tyler Ruffalo WR 6-0 165 Jr.

    44 Jacob Zarifian LB 6-1 205 Jr.

    50 Ulises Morelos LB 5-10 195 Jr.

    51 Coby Causey DL 5-10 190 Jr.

    52 Jake Simar OL-DL 6-4 241 Sr.

    53 Brad Close OL-LB 5-11 197 Sr.

    54 Daviyon Nixon DL 6-6 257 Jr.

    55 Alex Parmentier DL 6-2 185 Sr.

    56 Jimmy Schaeve OL 6-0 205 Sr.

    57 Alex Ziccarelli LB 5-10 180 So.

    60 Joey Barrera RB 5-11 230 So.

    63 Connor Ubrig OL 5-11 275 Jr.

    64 Sean Banaszak DL 6-4 235 Jr.

    65 Ben Simar OL 6-1 245 So.

    66 Logan Rhodes OL 6-2 235 So.

    68 Robert Castel DL 6-2 195 Jr.

    70 Gabe Zarletti-Prado DL 5-11 225 Jr.

    71 Colin Misko OL 5-10 225 So.

    72 Jake Schumacher OL 5-9 222 Jr.

    73 Connor Young OL 6-4 245 Sr.

    74 Connor Reese OL 6-1 194 Sr.

    75 Donald Lowe DL 6-1 295 Jr.

    76 Bassil Taylor DL 5-11 285 Jr.

    77 Ben Bingham OL 6-4 305 Jr.

    79 Austin Ketchum DL 5-7 210 Sr.

    80 Tyler Nance WR 6-0 150 Jr.

    81 Alex Plunkett WR 5-8 140 Jr.

    82 Dan Jones DB 5-7 140 So.

    83 Chance Martin RB 5-6 150 Jr.

    84 Gabe Torano WR 6-1 165 So.

    86 Adam Cairo WR 5-8 145 So.

    88 Steven Baker WR 6-0 145 Jr.

    Head coach — Mike McKay, fourth season

    Assistant coaches — Drew Ambrose- (wide receivers), Kevin Aronin (defensive line/ JV head coach), Jim Camerota (linebackers), Dave Dembowski (defensive backs), Lamoyne Hawley (running backs), Jack Musha (quarterbacks/offensive coordinator), Jon Otto (offensive line)

Indian Trail schedule and results


    Aug. 21 — Germantown 28, Indian Trail 14

    Aug. 28 — Homestead 25, Indian Trail 7

    Sept. 4 — at Racine Park (Horlick Field), 7 p.m.

    Sept. 10 — Tremper, 7:05 p.m.

    Sept. 18 — at Racine Case, 7 p.m.

    Sept. 25 — Bradford, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 2 — at Franklin, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 9 — Racine Horlick, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 16 — at Oak Creek, 7 p.m.




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