Don Bosco 1970 Football
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Catholic Conference Champions

Coach Haluska earned his final title at the helm, capturing the crown for the fifth time in seven years. Bosco opened up the season with a scoreless tie and were topped by Marquette, 12-5, finishing with a 7-1-1 mark. Quarterback Jeff Barber led this balanced offensive attack which shut out Catholic Memorial, 29-0, and outscored all its foes, 178-52. This was a solid team led by First Team All-State running back Don Sager and linebacker Mark Giorgi. They were joined on the All-Conference team by ends Dave Russell, Mark (Buck) Rogers, and dual-purpose lineman Tom Rozina. These gritty Dons scored first (on a Barber to Russell bomb), but lost the State title to Green Bay Premontre, 36-16. Size was most definitely a factor as Premontre’s line averaged 246 pounds, which was comparable to the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers that year.

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Bidding is now open for the 36th Annual STM Dinner Auction! Visit to bid on over 100 unique items, baskets, and experiences, including four tickets to the Milwaukee Ballet's performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The highest bidder will also receive a backstage tour.

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Congratulations to STM freshman Tyler Krawczyk for winning the 2019 WAHA (Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association) 18U state hockey tournament with SHAW. In the 4-2 championship win against Kenosha, Tyler had one goal and two assists. Way to go, Tyler and SHAW Hockey! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Catalyst Construction for its support of the 36th Annual STM Dinner Auction! A long-time supporter of STM, Catalyst Construction will sponsor the table wine for our 400+ guests at this year's auction.

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