Muskego Warriors preps football preview 2014

Aug. 18, 2014

Muskego Warriors

Player to watch: Senior quarterback Jeff Schweitzer, who started last season and played well at combine camps in the summer. Schweitzer will be helped by a strong running game and a veteran offensive line. He will be pushed, though, by junior Caleb Wagner, who directed the junior varsity to an 8-1 record last season.

Date to circle: Aug. 29, the first home game, against always-strong Oconomowoc. This game could provide the first indication of how good the Warriors could be this season.

We say: Head coach Ken Krause is high on this team, and for good reason. The Warriors boast plenty of experience at quarterback, on the offensive line and on defense.

A glance back

Overall: 3-6

Conference: 2-5

Outcome: Did not qualify for playoffs

Moment to remember: Muskego struggled in the Classic 8 Conference last season but did beat Kettle Moraine and Waukesha North and gave Mukwonago a good battle in the season finale.


All-Conference returnees:

First team: None

Second team: None

Honorable mention: Baili Leszczynski (OL), Alex Hauke (DL), August Lambrecht (LB)*, Brandon Valenza (DB)

First-team losses: Peter Roy (RB)

Coach: Ken Krause

Last year

Milwaukee VincentW 68-0
OconomowocL 38-28
Waukesha SouthL 31-28
Waukesha WestL 51-13
Kettle MoraineW 24-7
Waukesha NorthW 42-14
Catholic MemorialL 41-7
ArrowheadL 39-23
MukwonagoL 25-14


Aug. 22Racine Park
Aug. 29Oconomowoc
Sept. 5Waukesha South
Sept. 12Waukesha West
Sept. 19Kettle Moraine
Sept. 26Waukesha North
Oct. 3Catholic Memorial
Oct. 10Arrowhead
Oct. 17Mukwonago

home games in bold




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