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Spring Sports Season 2017-2018




The Lancer baseball season got off to a very late start this year due to the spring snow storm. While practices were limited (less than five outdoor practices all year) games were plentiful once we were actually able to get outside. Four and five game weeks were not unusual for the team this season. 

The was final year for the Lancers competing in the Easter Wisconsin Conference, and adjustments needed to be made. Each team played each conference opponent this year one time for final standings, due to the shortened season. The final record this year was a disappointing 6-9, but things are looking strong for next season.  

The Lancers were led this year by a contingent of three All Conference winners: First team position player Junior Korey Garceau, who batted well over .300 again, second team catcher Senior Brock Staudt who batted nearly .400, and honorable mention Senior CF Josh LaFleur who again batted over .300. The team will surely miss the great group of seniors, but look forward to 2019! 

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Special Thank you to Mrs. Kathy Kock and all other photographers for the amazing pictures they provided the families and MLHS with!
The 2018 season marked the 30th year of softball at MLHS, and in a school year that saw quite a bit of Lady Lancer athletic success, the 30th Lancer Softball team was no exception.
The April snow made for a very compressed schedule, and the season didn’t really get started until the last week of April.  The Lancers got off to a slow start with a 1-4 record, but they
won 10 of their next 13 games to finish with a regular season record of 11-7.  The Lancers finished the season tied for 3rd in the Big East with a 7-3 record, their best conference finish in over a decade.

The postseason for the 2018 Lancer softball team was one of the most exciting and successful in school history.  Trailing by a run with 2 outs in the final inning of their first playoff game, the Lancers pulled off a 5-4 win over Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian with a 2-run walk-off home run.  They carried this momentum into Mishicot where they upset the Indians 8-4 to capture their first Regional Championship since 2012.
But the Lancers were not done.  The first sectional playoff game was to be played in Algoma – a place where quite a few of the previous 29 MLHS softball seasons have come to an end.  This time, though, the Lady Lancers kept their season alive upsetting the Wolves 11-2 and earning a trip to the Sectional Finals.  Despite a valiant effort, the Lancers fell to Weyauwega-Fremont 2-3.
The 2018 Lancer softball team was lead by their four seniors captains:  Abby Hiller, Megan Schetter, Maddie Schleis, and Kassia Rosera.

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Track season highlights included the Girl's team placing 4th in out of 13 teams at Conference. Our boys' team took runner up at Regionals. 18 events qualified and moved on to Sectionals.

We had two individuals qualify for the State meet: Caleb Foelske and Lauren Griepentrog. Caleb took 6th place in Shot Put earning a state medal. Lauren placed 7th in Triple Jump, 7th in 100 meter hurdles and 10th in 300 meter hurdles.
Check out Track pictures here!

First Team-Korey Garceau
Second Team-Brock Staudt
Honorable Mention-Josh LaFleur

First Team-Abby Hiller
First Team-Allison Menges
Second Team-Megan Schetter
Second Team-Kassia Rosera

Shot Put: Caleb Foelske
100 meter Hurdles: Lauren Griepentrog
300 meter Hurdles: Lauren Griepentrog
Long Jump: Lauren Griepentrog
4x200 Meter Relay Team: Mady Hurkmans, Kallie Fels,
Katelyn Fels and Noelle Poehlmann.

Winter Sports Season 2017-2018

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball


Boys Basketball
We were very pleased with the results of the 2017-2018 basketball season. Participation continues to be a positive as unlike a number of schools in the 14 team Big East conference we were able to field both a JV 1 and JV 2 team. Better yet they were able to win 14 and 16 games.

What was enjoyable was to not only win games but to watch the improvement of both these teams from beginning to end. The future is bright at Lutheran High!

The varsity had a season to remember doubling their wins from 8 last year going 16-9. They moved up from 12th to 4th in the formidable 14 team Big East Conference finishing at 9-4. For the first time in school history the Lancers played in the prestigious Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook Tournament over Christmas and have been invited for 2 more years. For the second year in a row the Lancers earned a home game in the WIAA state tourney, winning two games, before losing to eventual state champion Manitowoc Roncalli in the regional finals. A fun team to watch, the Lancers were among the state leaders in scoring, 3s made, field goal and 3 point %. This was evidenced by some packed gyms and the players and coaches thank the fans for their support! 

Trey Zastrow set a state record in the 3 point contest held at the Kohl Center on State Tournament weekend. He scored 27 out of a possible 30 making 23 out of 25 3s. The previous record was 24. For good measure 2 other shooters also broke the record both scoring 25s. 

For more pictures from the Boys Basketball  Season

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Girls Basketball
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SPRING Sports Seasons are Underway!

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It was a tremendous year for the Girls Basketball Program.  The JV2 had a very successful year in their development.  They played a lot of Division 1 schools and they made great strides in developing their fundamentals, learning our systems and stoking their competitive fire.
The JV1 team also had a very successful season as they finished 16-5 and helped us secure winning our second consecutive Big East/EWC Challenge Holiday Tournament.  The JV1’s also continued their development and skill building as well as learning our systems and commitment to our new defensive schemes. 
The Varsity had arguably the best season in Girls Basketball history at MLHS.  They finished the season 21-5 which is the most wins in school history.  They won MLHS first Women’s Big East Conference championship in School History and the first conference title in 14 years.  They won their 2nd consecutive Big East/EWC Challenge Holiday Tournament.  They are the first team to win Back to Back Regional Titles.  They are the first team to win a WIAA Sectional Title. They also earned the first ever trip to STATE for WIAA and completed their goal of making it to the Resch Center. 

Grace Melso qualified for the 3pt shootout at the Resch by having one of the top 3pt percentages in Division 4.  She was unable to compete in the contest due to WIAA rules not allowing STATE participants to compete. 
The entire varsity team deserved awards and accolades for all their hard work and commitment to the program.  Their TEAM first mentality helped push them to the elite status they earned this year!!  Everyone contributed to the historic run and the memories and friendships they created!!  It is truly remarkable what our Savior has done for us and the talents and opportunities he presents to us to let our light shine!! Thank you to all the players, parents, fans, faculty and coaches for an unforgettable season and memory!!

For more pictures from the Girls Basketball Season
Click here for Girls Basketball Team Statistics
For more pictures from the Poms Season, CLICK HERE!
The wrestling team went to 6 regular season tournaments recording 39 wins and 40 losses. A key success was at the Sheboygan Falls JV competition where the team earned two first place finishes, a second and a third. Thomas Schultz also qualified for the Division 3 Sectional tournament as a first year wrestler. 
For more pictures from the Wrestling Season, CLICK HERE!

1st Team - Trey Zastrow (unanimous)
Honorable Mention - Brock Staudt

2nd Team - Grace Melso
1st Team - Emily E. Behnke (unanimous) and Honorable Mention All-State in Division 4 by the WBCA (Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association) 

Fall Sports Season 2017

Cross Country


Cross Country
Cross Country had a great year this year. To put it in perspective for you, that’s a total of 30 miles of racing each athlete; 930 total miles of racing for the team. That doesn’t include the 200-300 miles EACH of running they put in during the season for practice.

Their hard work paid off. The Girls JV team had a full scoring team this year so it was great for them to be back on the board. The Girls Varsity team finished 6th at Conference right in the middle of the Conference which was their goal.

Boys JV finished top 3 in most of our meets. On the Varsity side, 33 total boys’ teams beat us and we beat 117 teams. Boys Varsity was just 3 points shy of a first place conference finish. They also made a return trip to State and became the 5th boys’ cross country team in 23 seasons to go and 2nd back to back appearance. The Boys were a top 10 team in the state, finishing 9th overall at the State Meet.

For more pictures from the Cross Country Teams, CLICK HERE!

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Basketball Season has started!

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The football season was a success this year even with lower numbers.  Our JV team played a modified 4 game schedule with many juniors suiting up.  They finished 3-1. Our Varsity finished the regular season 7-2!  We received the #3 seed in the playoffs and for the first time ever in the WIAA, hosted a home playoff game on Lancer field. 
We beat Cambridge to get to Level 2 where we fell Racine Lutheran.  Many records were set and Brock Staudt finished with 1294 rushing yards good for 3rd best all time.  We finished 8-3 overall!!

For more pictures from the Football Season, CLICK HERE!
Click here for Football Team Statistics
It was a very good year for volleyball.  The JV2 team finished the season 14-7.  They took second place at the Mishicot JV2 tournament, 3rd in the Gold Bracket at Luxemburg-Casco, and 2nd at the West DePere tournament.
JV1’s finished 18-11 winning the Hilbert tournament, taking third in the silver bracket at the JV LIT’s, 4th at the West DePere tournament and made it into the gold bracket at the UW Oshkosh tournament. Varsity finished the season 35-4. They won 5 out of 6 tournaments, winning 5 of them with perfect records. They finished 12-1 in conference. They won the conference tournament, were crowned co-champions of the Big East Conference, advanced to the sectional finals losing to the D3 state champs Lake Country Lutheran. We had four girls who were recognized by the Big East Conference volleyball coaches. Amanda Pautz was named to the All-Conference second team, Maddie Schleis, Emily Behnke, and Lauren Griepentrog were unanimously named to the All-Conference First Team.  Lauren Griepentrog was also recognized as player of the year for the Big East Conference. I would say we had a tremendous season, one that was filled with hard work, laughter, but most of all memories and friendships.

For more pictures from the Volleyball Season, CLICK HERE!
Click here for Volleyball Team Statistics

Nolan Winter 4th place (1st team)
Josh Zander 8th place (1st team)
Grant Schroeder 11th place (2nd team)
Jacob Schultz 15th place (2nd team)

HM Kicker Cory Henschel
2nd team RB Colin Hillmer
2nd team QB Aaron Hillmer
2nd team OLB Ben Thom
2nd team MLB Brock Staudt
2nd team OL Luke Yagodinski
1st Team RB Brock Staudt
1st Team OL Aaron Lischka
1st Team DL Aaron Lishcka
1st Team DB Evan Lischka
Aaron Lischka also received All Region for OL and DL.

2nd team Amanda Pautz
1st team Maddie Schleis
1st team Emily Behnke
1st team Lauren Griepentrog
Lauren Griepentrog was also named Big East Conferenece Player of the Year


"To Our God and Father be glory forever and ever" ~ Philippians 4:20