Catholic Memorial (11-2) rolled to a 42-7 victory over Waupaca (12-1) in the Division 3 championship final to win its first WIAA State championship Friday at Camp Randall.
Several players on the Crusaders are from New Berlin and Muskego.
The New Berlin starters were sophomore center Tony Balistrieri, junior cornerback Jake Shomin, junior defensive tackle Mitch Urich and senior quarterback Pat White.
The other starter was Muskego senior guard Matt Degner.
Nonstarters were: junior wide receiver David VerBockel, Zack Fridl and Tyler Schmitt; sophomore defensive backs Matt Hocum and John Anderson DB, linebacker Tommy Garza (injured reserve), wide receiver Jonathan Reitz and Muskego offensive lineman Braeden Alberti.
- Mohler pitches Muskego softball team past Arrowhead to clinch share of Classic 8 championship
- Muskego boys tennis team takes seventh in Classic 8 Conference Tournament
- Muskego girls soccer team claims Al Gusho Tournament championship
- Muskego girls track and field team takes third in Classic 8 Outdoor
- Muskego girls soccer team claims West Bend Tournament championship
- Muskego boys, girls track teams shine in Steinke Laser invitational
- Muskego girls track, field team wins three events, captures third in Wisconsin Lutheran Invite
- Dachowski's hot bat helps propel Muskego softball team to three victories
- Muskego's Kotarak flies high as freshman in MSOE track and field
- Muskego girls track team notches top-five finishes at Brookfield East, West Allis Hale meets