Muskego Wisconsin Sports
Mike Nitka sat in his dimly lit office at Muskego High School early Monday morning, waiting for his students to crowd into the adjacent locker room. It was just after 9 a.m. on a cold, rainy morning, and classes at MUSKEGO High School had just finished for the day. Nitko and his assistants began the lesson with a routine similar to that of young athletes in basketball and football practice.
Coach Smith coached the shot put and discus throwing while Coach Lucchesi served as a freshman coach after being his assistant for the last three seasons. Coach Smith also coached in shot put and discus in his first year at Muskego High School.
Coach Lucchesi attended the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse for two years after his playing career, where he played for the men's and women's basketball teams of the Wisconsin Badgers.
For six years, Coach Kunick was fortunate enough to coach the men's and women's basketball teams at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and also served as the defensive coach of the varsity football team. Coach Henneberry played five seasons in the NFL and reached All-Star status in four of those seasons.
He has been the offensive line head coach for the last five years and has been involved in numerous positions in the programs over the past few years. On the defensive end, the coach worked his way up to coach the outside linebackers for two years and the inside linebacks for three years.
He was a two-year starter and earned the second-team All-Southeast Conference honors as a senior in his first year as an offensive lineman.
Coach Krause was also selected by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as one of Wisconsin State's top coaches for the 2016-17 school year. He won the 2018 WIAA Division 1 State Championships and received the Wisconsin High School Football Coaches Association (WHSAA)
Senior Andrew Bruggink (Brookfield, Wis.) set a single-game school record by hitting a perfect 16-for-16 from the free throw line. He added 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting from beyond the arc as he finished 16 / 16 on the charity strip and 10 / 11 from deep.
The last time Muskego was on the football field was in 2010, when they won the Division 1 title. The 2010 team reached the playoffs after finishing the regular season with three straight wins and a victory over the ranked Milwaukee Riverside. Wisconsin Lutheran equaled its school record for wins in a single season by winning its first-ever national title game.
Marian restored the lead at 46-45 after Bernhagen scored a three-pointer and VanCrete parried two more free throws to give Wisconsin a 52-46 lead that ended with 12: 10 left. Junior Matty Farner (Muskego, Wis.) hit a jumper and three to extend the Warriors' lead to 60-52. Green Lake (Wis) . Bring the score back to three points with a 3-pointer by senior guard Ryan Sabre (Green Bay, Minn.), but Marian tied the game with 9: 22 left before Sabre knocked down another three-pointer on the next possession.
After months of uncertainty caused by the pandemic, the Wisconsin-based Commit is happy to be back with his teammates and himself after a month off.
We talk about football, we talk about what the season will be like, and I couldn't be more excited about that, "Wohler said. Krause said he was determined to try to apply in the fall and was eager to see if schools would opt for a spring variant.
For now, Muskego's schedule includes his first game on September 25 against Hartland in Arrowhead. It will begin with a seven-game regular season, followed by a postseason, the details of which have not yet been announced.
This year will be Muskego's first season as a member of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) and first year in league history.
Coach Hetzel is a Muskego football graduate who has returned his passion for football to his roots at MHS. He then played football at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he earned a degree in civil engineering. He came to Muskesgo for six years as a health and sports teacher at Nature Hill Intermediate School in Oconomowoc and continued his playing career at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. The last player to play in an NCAA division I used to be a football player in Wisconsin and now I'm the head coach of the Milwaukee Admirals.
I have been training for the last 12 years and I love the work I do for the students - the athletes and the entire community of Muskego. He took part in football, basketball, swimming and baseball at MHS and earned all - conference honors as a football senior. He also fought for Muskesgo under coach Mike Nitka, where he became an All-Conference winner and regional champion.
Coach Krause was voted Coach of the Year by the eight head football coaches of 2014, 2015 and 2018. Coach Domo was also a four-time first-team All-Ten player as a defensive lineman and a three-year starter at wide receiver.