Lusic(Amherst), Kafka(Stratford), Michlig(Newman) Named to WFCA All Star Game Coaching Staffs

Oshkosh (OnFocus) – The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association has announced the coaching staffs for its All-Star Games this summer. The games will be held Saturday, July 17, at Titan Stadium, UW-Oshkosh.

Three area coaches have been selected to coach:

  • Mark Lusic, Amherst (North Small)
  • Kellen Kafka, Stratford (North Small)
  • Paul Michlig, Newman Catholic (8 Man South)


North Large

Aaron Kraemer, Rhinelander  Head Coach
Dan Barutha, Lakeland
Juston Wara, Oshkosh North
Jim O’Brien, Sheboygan North
Luke Roberts, Rhinelander
Nathan Wara, Fond du Lac
Jeff Rondorf, West Bend East
Mike Roberts, Rhinelander

South Large

Jim Kenesie, Kenosha Indian Trail  Head Coach
James Crowley, New Berlin Eisenhower
Matt Kimmes, DeForest
Sean Crowley, New Berlin Eisenhower
Rob Van Dyke, Kenosha Indian Trail
Brad Arnett, Arrowhead
Jim Norris, Grafton
Jeremy Thornton, Madison East

North Small

Chad Hanson, Altoona  Head Coach
Mark Lusic, Amherst
Trenton Nyhus, Turtle Lake
Kevin Wopat, Lourdes Academy
Sam Hernandez, Tomahawk
Dave Wellhoefer, Omro
Dave Lew, Elk Mound
Kellen Kafka, Stratford

South Small

Mike Fink, St. John’s NW Academies  Head Coach
Jeremy Gemig, Saint Francis
Tom Handziak, Saint Thomas More
Tim Zbytniewski, Living Word Lutheran
Jon Kahle, Brookfield Academy
Derek Sweger, Deerfield
Dan Goodman, St. John’s NW Academies
John Kleinhans, Whitehall

North 8-Player

Matt Schoeneman, Mercer/Butternut  Head Coach
Ryan Karsten, Siren
Dan Gilbertson, Clayton
Grant Russ, Wausaukee
Scott Wirth, Phillips

South 8-Player

Brandon Wiese, Belmont  Head Coach
Matt McKinley, Belmont
Corey Rickert, Oakfield
Paul Michlig, Newman Catholic
Jay Kuenster, Wisconsin Heights

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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]