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2020 Online Fall Sports Registration is OPEN

By ML Athletic Department 07/10/2020, 2:30pm CDT


Dear Parent/Guardian and Student-Athlete,

The current pandemic has brought a lot of uncertainty and questions regarding the start of the Fall sport season. Currently, the WIAA is planning for the Fall sports season to start on time. What exactly the season will look like as far as changes or accommodations due to COVID-19 is still unknown and may be shared by the WIAA as we get closer to August. As more updates are released, we will be sure to communicate those to all our student-athletes and families.

We will be proceeding forward with the normal registration process for the 2020 Fall sports season. REGISTRATION OPENS JULY 15TH! The information in this letter will share details on the athletic registration for the 2020 Fall sport season.

*CHANGED THIS YEAR – Registration will need to be completed separately for each sport season (Fall, Winter, Spring) prior to that season start date. Athletic registrations will be created for every season to ensure better accuracy and record keeping. More info regarding this will be highlighted on the Athletic code and yearly athletic info. video at the being of the online sport registration

  1. Complete Online
    2. Click on the GREEN “Click here to Register” Icon
    3. NOTE: If you had a previous account with SportsEngine, please use that to log in or create a new account (This should be done by the parent/guardian)
  2. 2020-21 Athletic Code Parent/Athlete Information Video
    In an effort to respect your time safety to and stay in line with social distancing, there will not be an in person athletic meeting. In its place it will be a Video REQUIREMENT for a parent and student-athlete to watch one time per year.
  3. Pay Athletic Fee MUST be done ONLINE.
    1. $80 per sport – (NOTE: Global Studies students already have this included in tuition)
  4. Participation Physical/Alternate Form
    1. Print needed form and complete (There will be a choice to upload electronically or you can turn into main office)
  5. When all registration requirements are met, the student-athlete can pick up their PRACTICE PERMIT in the main office beginning ONE WEEK prior to the sport season start date.

Enjoy the rest of your summer and please call or email us if you have any questions.

God’s Blessings,

Corey Scheel                                                                                                      Donella Monaghan         
Director of Athletics                                                                                        Office Manager/Athletic Assistant                                                             
414-421-4000 x. 110                                                                                       414-421-4000 x. 103

Re: NEW Fall Sports Start Dates, Practice Permit Pick-up and Coach Contact Info


NEW Fall High School Sport/Activity Start Dates:

August 17th                                                        September 7th

                                                     Girls Swim                                                             Football
                                                 Cross Country                                                Girls Volleyball
                                                    Girls Tennis                                                    Boys Soccer                                  
                                                  *Cheerleading                                                                                                                                                *(Parent meeting August 3rd with tryouts beginning August 5th)


Practice Permit pick up dates

*Athletes will NOT be allowed to practice without giving their practice permit to their coach*

Girls Tennis, Girls Swimming, Cross Country, Dance, Cheerleading– Week of August 10h

Boys Soccer, Volleyball and Football– Week of August 31st

*Athletes will NOT be allowed to practice without giving their practice permit to their coach*







Dance – Brittany Holey –

Cheerleading – Cherise Myers

Cross Country – Mike Loveless –

Football – Rick Hoppert –

Boys Soccer – Patrick Connell –  

Girls Swim Co-op (Milwaukee Lutheran is host school)– Anna Zorn –

Girls Tennis – Paul Kollmorgen –

Volleyball –Haley Naber –


2019-2020 Winter Athlete Recognition Awards

By ML Athletic Department 04/17/2020, 11:00am CDT

Congrats to these outstanding Winter Spartan Athletes


With the Winter Season having wrapped up, the Martin Luther Athletic Department would like to recognize and congratulate the following winter athletes on their end of season All Conference and team recognition awards:


Girls Basketball:
Sydney Burris - 1st Team All-Conference and Team Co-MVP
Vanessa Solano - 1st Team All-Conference and Team Co-MVP
Abby Hafemann - Honorable Mention All-Conference and Team Scholar Athlete
Ava Hoppert - Honorable Mention All-Conference and Team Most Improved Player

Boys Basketball
Joey Immekus - 1st Team All Conference and Team MVP and Scholar Athlete
Demerius Shakur - Team Most Improved Player
Tre Burris - Honorable Mention All Conference
Garrett Moore - Honorable Mention All Conference
Ryan Scholfield - Honorable Mention All Conference

Peyton Smith - Team Most Valuable Wrestler & 1st Team All Conference (170 lbs)
Lashawn Wesley-Carter - Most Improved Wrestler & 2nd Team All Conference (220 lbs)
Michael Feist - Team Scholar Athlete & 2nd Team All Conference (152 lbs)
Ben Stiemsma - 1st Team All Conference (138 lbs.)
Austin Williams - 2nd Team All Conference (160 lbs)
Elijah Edlund  -2nd Team All Conference  (182 lbs)
Michael Strohmeyer - 1st Team All Conference (195 lbs)
Justine Hansen - 2nd Team All Conference (285 lbs)

Max Green (Goalie) - Honorable Mention All Conference

Amber Barwa - Team Most Valuable Cheerleader and Scholar Athlete

Olivia Ludwig - Most Valuable Dancer
Makayla Nash - Most Improved Dancer
Cassidy Rice  - Scholar Athlete

Martin Luther Female Wrestler Makes History

By Corey Scheel 01/27/2020, 6:30pm CST

Justine Hansen is State Champion

On Saturday, January 25th, the 2020 Wisconsin High School Girls Championships were held at Wausau West high School, sponsored by the Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association. 

For the fifth year Wisconsin high school girls will take to the mat in the appropriately named Wisconsin High School Girls Championships. The girls event joined the Wisconsin Wrestling Challenge Series in 2016 at Wausau West with 28 girls entered. The number has climbed yearly with 38 entries in 2017, 48 in 2018 and 61 entries in 2019. Nearly 120 girls competed at the 2020 championships. The event was open to all girls on Wisconsin high school wrestling teams. 

According to numbers on girls wrestling numbers on Wisconsin high school teams have grown to over 350 female participants in 2019-2020. The sport of girls wrestling is now recognized in 20 states as an official high school sport. The continued growth of girls’ wrestling in Wisconsin has fans excited. 

Senior wrestlers, Kimi Sanchez and Justine Hansen, who both have wrestled for the past two seasons traveled to Wausau with Coach Romano to represent Martin Luther in the event.  Kimi competed at the 195lb weight class and finished 4th with some hard-fought matches. 

Justine, who ended up wrestling in the combined 220/285 weight class went 2-0 on the day and was Martin Luther's first female wrestling state champion!

Justine has been a huge supporter and pusher of ML girls wrestling and because of the work she has done and the success that she has had, it will keep the sport alive here at ML in the years to come. 

Each of the girls will continue to compete in the WIAA tournament series with the opportunity to wrestle in the WIAA Regional, Sectional and State tournaments.  Girls wrestling continues to grow and in time will be recognized at its own WIAA sanctioned sport, so these ladies can have a level playing field throughout the entire year. 

Special thanks to our wrestling parents who continue to support the sport and push all our young men and women to continue to grow and better themselves.