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Visiting Vikings pillage Lancers


Given how the game started, one would have thought that St. Joseph was the football team that had to endure an uncomfortable two-hour bus trip.

Traveling from Fond du Lac, Winnebago Lutheran Academy scored touchdowns on its first two possessions (eight plays total) and the staggered Lancers never recovered in a 29-6 non-conference loss on Saturday night at Ameche Field.

It was the first meeting between the teams since the 1996 season.

St. Joseph (0-1) vs. Winnebago Lutheran (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ameche Field

Lancers drop opener to St. Francis

St. Joseph held a 13-6 halftime lead, but St. Francis running back Evander Craft was too much to overcome as the Lancers dropped their season opener, 34-20, on Friday night.

Craft gashed St. Joseph for 272 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries, as St. Francis outscored St. Joseph 28-7 in the second half, including 21-7 in the fourth quarter, in a non-conference game at St. Francis.

St. Joseph vs. St. Francis

When: 7 p.m. Friday

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

Lancers in a better spot


After a three-win season a year ago, St. Joseph football coach Jim Kenesie and his staff challenged the returning players to bounce back.

It’s early, but so far, so good.

BCC puts away St. Joseph, 41-14


Much like in its other losses this season, big scoring plays — two coming on fourth down — hurt the St. Joseph football team on Friday night.

St. Joseph vs. Burlington Catholic Central

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Carthage’s Art Keller Field

St. Joseph vs. Martin Luther

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Greendale Martin Luther (5201 S. 76th St.)

Monday Morning Quarterback I


On an absolutely dreary Saturday afternoon, Adrian Davis was still able to smile while gazing at the turf and surroundings at Ameche Field.

Given all of his highlight-filled memories of the place, who can blame him?

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.

Prep football: St. Joseph vs. Shoreland

When: 1 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ameche Field

Racine Lutheran gets past St. Joseph 35-21

Horlick Field in Racine is becoming a house of horrors for the St. Joseph football team.

For the second consecutive week at the venerable stadium, the Lancers fell behind by double digits, rallied and ultimately came up short against an opponent from the Metro Classic Conference.

St. Joseph vs. Racine Lutheran

When: 1 p.m. Saturday

Where: Horlick Field (1648 N. Memorial Dr., Racine)

Lancers can’t find big plays


RACINE — It wasn’t that the St. Joseph football didn’t have any explosive plays against Racine St. Catherine’s on Friday night at Horlick Field.

St. Joseph vs. St. Catherine’s

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Horlick Field (1648 N. Memorial Dr., Racine)

St. Joseph defense throttles St. Thomas More


KENOSHA — St. Thomas More could have run 50 more plays and the already drawn-out game could have been extended another four quarters, but chances are the Cavaliers weren’t going to reach the end zone against the stingy St. Joseph football team.

The Lancers were that good defensively on Saturday night.

St. Joseph vs. St. Thomas More

When: 7 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ameche Field

St. Joseph (0-2) vs. Whitefish Bay Dominican (1-1)

When: 7 tonight

Where: Whitefish Bay High School (1200 E. Fairmount Ave.)

Glass provides Lancers a boost

Myron Glass returned to the St. Joseph football team, and it only took one game for his presence to pay off.

Glass, who sat out the Lancers’ first two games due to academic eligibility issues, caught two first-half touchdown passes to help St. Joseph rally from an early deficit, then later added an interception as the Lancers captured their first win, 43-12, in a Metro Classic Conference opener at Whitefish Bay Dominican on Friday night.

St. Joseph (0-1) vs. Union Grove (1-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Ameche Field

Popes blank young Lancers, 34-0


WAUWATOSA — The brutally honest scoreboard at Wisconsin Lutheran College’s Raabe Stadium was not kind to the St. Joseph football team on Saturday night.

While it showed that the inexperienced Lancers suffered a 34-0 non-conference defeat to Pius XI — a Division-2 program with an enrollment of 900 — it didn’t tell the whole story.

St. Joseph vs. Pius XI

When: 6 p.m. Saturday

Where: Wisconsin Lutheran College (1401 Swan Blvd., Wauwatosa)

Downsized Lancers turn to quickness



When opposing defenses line up against the St. Joseph football team this season, they might be a little surprised at what they see.

Chris Frederickson honored twice by Metro Classic

For the second consecutive year, St. Joseph’s Chris Fredrickson received All-Metro Classic Conference honors on both sides of the football.

The senior was named first-team All-MCC on the offensive line and at defensive tackle for coach Jim Kenesie’s Lancers.

Lancers go dry in second half

KENOSHA — After the first 29 seconds of Friday’s game at Ameche Field, there was little doubt that plenty of points were going to be needed in order to determine a winner.

Unfortunately, St. Joseph stopped putting points on the board after one half of play.

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St. Joseph Football Roster


    No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr.

    2 Colin Antonneau WR-DB 5-10 165 Jr.

    3 Adam Antonneau QB-DB 5-10 145 Fr.

    5 Wyatt Draper RB-DB 5-8 150 So.

    6 Jerry Madden RB-DB 5-8 160 Jr.

    8 Dominic Milisauskas RB-LB 5-8 150 Jr.

    11 Matt Ausse TE-DL 6-1 185 So.

    13 Cole Aschenbrenner RB-LB 5-11 165 So.

    14 Josh Moser QB-DB 6-4 180 Jr.

    19 Freddy Steinmentz WR-DB 6-0 165 Jr.

    20 Jonathon Fayne WR-DB 5-9 150 So.

    21 Alec Gessert WR-DB 5-11 150 Jr.

    22 David Madden RB-DE 5-10 195 Sr.

    23 DeAndre Johns RB-DB 6-1 180 Jr.

    25 Zach McGonegle WR-LB 6-2 150 Jr.

    31 Nolan Rhey TE-LB 6-3 190 Sr.

    44 Brian Morrow RB-LB 5-8 150 Jr.

    50 Jalen Jouett OL-DL 6-1 210 Sr.

    51 Kade Cable OL-DE 5-9 180 So.

    52 Drake McCune OL-DL 5-9 245 Jr.

    53 John Laken OL-DL 6-0 200 Fr.

    54 Josh Gerovac OL-DL 6-0 220 Sr.

    55 Kyle Janis OL-DL 5-11 205 So.

    56 Joe Skurski OL-DE 5-9 175 Jr.

    57 Will Pechous OL-LB 5-6 160 Sr.

    58 Andy Lavin OL-DL 6-0 190 Jr.

    67 Jack McGuire OL-LB 5-10 175 So.

    70 Logan Staples OL-DL 5-6 210 Fr.

    72 Alex O-Lear OL-DL 5-10 225 Jr.

    73 Bryan Torress OL-DL 5-8 170 Jr.

    78 Jake Schuler OL-DL 6-0 230 Jr.

    79 Conner Rhey OL-DL 6-3 225 So.

    Coach — Jim Kenesie

    Assistants — Dan Hernandez, Tim Getschman, John Ruffalo, Justin Davis, Kiel Weiss, Jason Papka

St. Joseph schedule and results


    (Home games at Ameche Field)

    Aug. 21 — St. Francis 34, St. Joseph 20

    Aug. 29 — Winnebago Lutheran Academy 29, St. Joseph 6

    Sept. 5 — Whitefish Bay Dominican, 7 p.m.

    Sept. 12 — at St. Thomas More (St. Francis HS), 6 p.m.

    Sept. 19 — Racine St. Catherine’s, 7 p.m.

    Sept. 26 — Racine Lutheran, 1 p.m.

    Oct. 2 — at Shoreland Lutheran, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 10 — Greendale Martin Luther, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 16 — at Burlington Catholic Central, 7 p.m.




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