• Equipment turn in: Tues 10/23 After School (locker room clean to follow).
  • Banquet: 11/8/2018 @ 5:30pm in HS Cafeteria
  • Grade level meetings will be held Wed and Thurs of this week. Details below.


The varsity and JV teams will be turning in their equipment right after school on Tuesday, October 23rd. Immediately following the turn in, M-Council, captains, and anyone else interested will be cleaning the locker room as well as helping to inventory the equipment to close out the 2018 season.


On Thursday, November 8th, 2018 you and your family are invited to attend the 2018 Mosinee Football Post Season Banquet. The purpose of this event is to recognize those involved in the program as well as celebrate the seniors and their accomplishments. The dinner will start at 5:30 P.M. in the high school cafeteria.

Each family is responsible to bring one casserole or dish, one dessert and your own refreshments. You need to also bring your own plates and eating utensils.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call, text, or email.


In lieu of individual exit interviews, we will be doing exit meetings class by class. Each player in the high school program is asked fill out the survey below prior to coming to the meeting. Since winter sports are right around the corner I would like to get these done ASAP. This is a crucial component to making OUR program better so please participate and be honest in the interviews.

Below are the times offered for the meetings by class.

Seniors (Class of 2019): Wednesday 10/24/2018 3:30-5:00pm (might take longer).

Freshman (Class of 2022): Thursday 10/25/2018 3:30-4:30pm.

Sophomores & Juniors (Class of 2020 & 2021): Thursday 10/25/2018 4:30-5:30pm

Dependent upon attendance, we will schedule one more next week for students that cannot attend during their scheduled time. I am also willing to meet with individuals if you wish. Please email me cmartens@mosineeschools.org to set up something if you wish to choose this route.

Please let Coach Martens know ASAP if you are unable to attend.


A special thank you goes out to all of those that helped set up and organize the team dinners. It has been a great year and the team dinners mean a lot to our athletes. A lot of time and effort goes into setting these up and every week the meals are excellent.


Parents of the Class of 2020... please fill out the survey below regarding next year's senior banners and poster.


The senior banner that was hanging on the fence by the football field is missing. If you grabbed it please return it. Michelle Goetz personally paid for that one and would like it returned.

Seniors: Please remember that the banners will be taken down and hung in the school. When they are doing being on display they will be available for pickup. Cost is $30. Please pay Coach Martens via check made out to Mosinee High School.

game recap


The varsity football team took on the Freedom Irish in their level 1 playoff game last Friday. The teams have scrimmaged in the past but this was the first meeting between the teams.

The game started out with Mosinee in possession on their own 32 yard line. Mosinee were able to make some big plays offensively on big runs from Trey Fitzgerald and Will Kennedy. A high snap put a pause to the drive forcing the Indians to pass late in the drive. After an 8 play 54 yard drive the Indians offense were unable to convert on a 4th down pass giving the ball to the Irish on their 25 yard line.

The Irish came out looking to establish the run game inside but were unable to get a groove going and the Defense forced a 3 and out giving the ball back to the offense. The Freedom defense proved to be stingy as they forced a 3 and out of their own on some big plays and a Mosinee Penalty.

The next few drives proved to the be the difference maker as freedom was able to score on their next two drives due to missed tackles from the Mosinee which led to a 2 yard scoring drive and an 11 play drive that ended in a field goal.

Mosinee's offense was able to respond with their biggest drive on the night taking the ball 75 yards for their first touchdown of the night. A balance of ground and air attacks from the offense led by 2 big catches by Jake Klasinski set up the score. The drive was ended on a 12 yard run by Trey Fitzgerald.

The teams would trade a series of 3 and outs each giving the ball back to Freedom on their own 29 yard line.

The next two drives would prove to be the decider as Freedom was able to score on their last drive of the half as well as their first drive of the 2nd half. After this drive they would not see the endzone again.

Right after their opening drive for a score, Freedom was able to move the ball well but were unable to score due to big turnovers caused by an interception from Suk Singh, as well as a fumble recovery by Keign Charneski. The turnovers would not be enough for the Indians that night as the stingy Freedom defense was able to keep the high powered offensive attack in check.

Leading the receivers on the night were Jake Klasinski (4 catches for 61 yards). Drayton Lehman, Michal Dul, and Carter Samples also added catches on the night.

The offense was able to capitalize on one of the turnovers caused by the defense on an 80 yard 8 play drive with a screen pass from Fitzgerald to Carter Samples who took the ball 42 yards for the touchdown.

Leaders of the defensive unit were Suk Singh (1 int), Keign Charneski (5 tackels, 1 fumble recovery), and TJ Obremski (15 tackles).

The loss closes the books on the 2018 season. The Indians finish 7-2 in the regular season and 7-3 overall.

thanks again to everyone involved in making this a great season!


Michelle Goetz, Michelle Folwarski

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