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Pacers outbattle Eagles


SOMERS — Trey Johnson, the do-it-all senior for the Shoreland Lutheran football team, admitted that the Pacers may have been overconfident going into Friday’s game against Christian Life, a third-year program that Shoreland beat by a combined 85 points each of the last two seasons.

But by the time the Pacers used two fourth-quarter defensive stands to repel a furious Eagles comeback and secure a 28-20 win at Shoreland in a game between teams that entered 1-0, the physically spent players on both sides shook hands with respect.

This could be a great crosstown non-conference rivalry for years to come.

Christian Life (1-0) vs. Shoreland (1-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Shoreland Lutheran

Biggest win for Pacers

There was no rust or early-season jitters for the Shoreland Lutheran football team on Friday night.

The Pacers scored 1 minute and 46 seconds into the game and led 22-0 at the end of the first quarter en route to a 57-0 opening day win over St. John’s Military Academy on Friday night at Price Davis Field in Delafield.

Shoreland vs. St. John’s Military

When: 4:30 p.m. Friday

Where: St. John’s Military Academy (1101 Genesee St., Delafield)

Pacers have high hopes


There’s no denying that a good chunk of the Shoreland Lutheran football team’s offense last year ran through quarterback Jake Anderson.

And now that the first-team All-Metro Classic Conference and All-County pick has graduated, the Pacers must find a way to replace him.

Shoreland (6-3) vs. Cambridge (8-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Cambridge High School (403 Blue Jay Way)

Pacers’ Strutz makes the best of a tough situation


SOMERS — Every fan who walks through the gate prior to a high school football game receives a roster.

In helping to identify the competitors on the field, the single sheet of paper usually includes the number, height, weight, position and year in school for each player.

Comeback kids blast Luther

SOMERS — The Shoreland Lutheran football team capped off a remarkable comeback season with a 45-31 victory over visiting Greendale Martin Luther on Friday night.

Next stop for the Pacers (6-3 overall, 5-2 in the Metro Classic Conference) is their first appearance in the WIAA playoffs since 2010.

Shoreland vs. Martin Luther

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Somers

Shoreland bound for the playoffs

RACINE — By the end of last season, the Shoreland Lutheran football team didn’t have enough healthy players to field a team.

Now, the Pacers’ biggest health concern is how coach Paul Huebner will feel this morning after taking a bucket of ice water over his head on a cold night after the Pacers qualified for the WIAA Division-5 playoffs with Friday’s resounding 47-8 Metro Classic Conference win over rival Racine Lutheran at Hammes Field.

Shoreland vs. Racine Lutheran

When: 7 p.m. Friday

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

Shoreland conquers St. Joseph


KENOSHA — As the final seconds ticked off the clock, Shoreland Lutheran senior lineman Zach Brug raced to the northwest corner of Ameche Field to retrieve the school’s newest prized possession.

After doubling up rival St. Joseph, 40-20, in a Metro Classic Conference matchup on Saturday afternoon, the Pacers were awarded the traveling Lighthouse Classic trophy. The behemoth hardware, which would put the Stanley Cup to shame, was hoisted over Brug’s head as his smiling teammates celebrated around him.

Healthy turnaround


Shoreland Lutheran football coach Paul Huebner knows how to bring an interview to a screeching halt.

While chatting about Saturday afternoon’s Metro Classic Conference matchup with St. Joseph earlier this week, the fourth-year Shoreland coach was talking about his team’s turnaround from last year’s 1-8 season when he said, “The biggest thing — and I think about it every day — is how healthy we have been blessed to be.”

Prep football: St. Joseph vs. Shoreland

When: 1 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ameche Field

Despite Johnson’s huge half, St. Cat’s tops Shoreland


Trey Johnson’s second-half explosion wasn’t enough to propel Shoreland Lutheran on Friday night as Racine St. Catherine’s prevailed 49-32 in a Metro Classic Conference game in Somers.

Johnson caught three touchdown passes from Jake Anderson and returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown in the second half. Johnson finished with seven catches for 181 yards with TD receptions of 65, 56 and 9 yards.

Shoreland vs. St. Catherine’s

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Somers

Shoreland rolls past Thomas More, 42-0

Explosive plays propelled the Shoreland Lutheran football team on Saturday afternoon.

The Pacers scored five offensive touchdowns covering at least 30 yards and added a defensive touchdown in a resounding 42-0 Metro Classic Conference victory over St. Thomas More at Saint Francis High School.

Shoreland vs. St. Thomas More

When: Noon Saturday

Where: Saint Francis High School (4225 S. Lake Dr.)

Shoreland halts skid with authority


SOMERS — The Shoreland Lutheran football team didn’t just end its 14-game Metro Classic Conference losing streak on Friday night.

Shoreland vs. Dominican

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Somers

BCC 43, Shoreland 28

Shoreland held the lead in the second quarter at state-ranked Burlington Catholic Central but wound up losing 43-28 in the Metro Classic Conference opener for both schools in Burlington.

The Pacers (1-2) took a 14-10 lead on Markus Held’s 25-yard run but the 2-1 Hilltoppers, ranked fourth in the latest WisSports.net poll, grabbed a 22-14 lead at half and put the game out of reach with three touchdowns in the third quarter.

Shoreland wins big over Christian Life


SOMERS — A bigger, faster and stronger Shoreland Lutheran football team had something to prove in its home opener against Christian Life on Friday night.

The Pacers wanted to show their fans that this team is much different from the squads Shoreland fielded the past two seasons.

Shoreland (0-1) vs. Christian Life (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Somers

Clinton’s big finish does in Shoreland

The Clinton football team scored 25 points in the fourth quarter to best Shoreland 45-27 in Clinton on Friday night.

The Pacers fell behind 14-0 early but pulled ahead at halftime.

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    No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr.

    2 Scott Hoffman RB/DB 5-10 145 Jr.

    3 Keenan Robinson RB/DE 5-9 210 Sr.

    4 Jakob Thut WR/LB 6-2 180 Sr.

    6 Josh Wordell QB/DB 6-2 155 Jr.

    11 Leland Weingart QB/LB 6-0 155 So.

    12 Anthony Dunkel WR/DB 6-1 150 Sr.

    15 Nik Lange QB/DB 6-2 155 Sr.

    21 Jared Landreman RB/LB 5-9 175 So.

    24 Josh Fields RB/DB 5-9 160 So.

    28 Aaron Poling RB/LB 5-8 180 Sr.

    34 Markus Held RB/LB 5-9 175 Sr.

    38 Anthony Barnier RB/LB 6-0 175 Jr.

    50 Thomas Jung OL/DL 6-4 220 Jr.

    51 Sam Mooney OL/DL 5-11 225 Jr.

    52 Jakob Kremers OL/LB 6-3 175 Sr.

    53 Wade Caskey OL/DL 6-2 210 Jr.

    55 Tony Doukas OL/DL 6-0 390 So.

    56 Michael Potisk OL/DL 5-9 240 So.

    57 Joey Pagel OL/DL 6-3 195 Jr.

    60 Logan Debo OL/DL 6-0 245 Sr.

    62 Andrew Hanson OL/DL 6-6 215 Jr.

    64 Jared Perry OL/DL 6-0 260 Sr.

    75 Zach Siechta OL/DL 5-9 220 So.

    77 Tucker Newling OL/DL 6-3 235 Jr.

    80 Ethan Woller TE/LB 6-6 175 Jr.

    85 Trey Johnson WR/DB 5-11 150 Sr.

    87 Steven Gierach TE/LB 6-5 180 Jr.

    89 Collin Doerflinger WR/DB 6-0 150 Jr.

    Head coach — Paul Huebner

    Assistant coaches — Nathan Hochmuth, Bob Edgington, Sam Hunter, Jeff Dorn, Dan Sittig

Shoreland schedule and results


    Aug. 21 — Shoreland 57, St. John’s Military Academy 0

    Aug. 28 — Shoreland 28, Christian Life 20

    Sept. 4 — Burlington Catholic Central, 7 p.m.

    Sept. 12 — at Whitefish Bay Dominican (Whitefish Bay HS), 1 p.m.

    Sept. 18 — St. Thomas More, 7 p.m.

    Sept. 26 — at Racine St. Catherine’s, 1 p.m.

    Oct. 2 — St. Joseph, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 9 — Racine Lutheran, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 16 — at Greendale Martin Luther, 7 p.m.




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