THE CHIPPEWA HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2006 D25
DAVID BOSSICK / THE CHIPPEWA HERALD
Lake Holcombe Chieftains
Members of the 2006 Lake Holcombe Chieftains football team are (front row, from left): Joey Lamaureux, Tyler Marshall, Cody Schneider, Waylon Munch, Evan Brandt, Bryan
Potter, Junior Lompa, Mike Johnson and Brandon Crank. Second row: Kyle Schneider, Lee Kostick, Kent Velie, Devin Luethi, Shea Rouleau, Alex Roppe, Gary Lompa, Zack
Balisteri and Roy Chojnacki. Third row: Chris Johnson, Michael Lueck, Ryan Ash, Brandon Hink, Brad Johnson, Justin Cynor, Matt Fijalkiewicz, Adam Cynor and Jake Burpo.
Fourth row: Craig Anderson, Travis Marshall, Dane Luethi, Justin Niedenhauser, Tucker Allard, Aaron Johnson and Justin Horst.
Goulet takes charge of Chieftains Gridiron
By DAVID BOSSICK team performance last season. during the pre-season.
The Chippewa Herald
HOLCOMBE — Tom Goulet
Munch was a second-teamer.
Cody Schneider returns to the
“That remains to be seen,” he
said when asked what new ath- TOM GOULET
takes over the coaching reins at
Lake Holcombe this upcoming
backfield while Brandon Crank is
available at end. Schneider won
letes were expected to produce
this season. Entering first season lead-
season. second team All-South Lakeland It seems coaches and fans alike ing the
The Chieftains are coming off honors as a receiver a year ago. will get a feel when the By DAVID BOSSICK
The Chippewa Herald
of an 8-3 season, finishing as Kirk Bowe, Sha Colbenson, Chieftains open the season Friday Overall
runners-up in the South Lakeland Travis Cynor and Kent Dorney night. record: 0-0 MENOMONIE — Sixteen
to Plum City. are among some of the more sig- Lake Holcombe plays 2005 schools, including New
Goulet, though, isn’t looking nificant losses from last year’s Flambeau as part of the Bob and record Auburn, Lake Holcombe and
down the road that far. team. Steve’s BP Amoco Gridiron (under Mike Boyceville, will open the
Klieforth): 5- season not at home.
“I don’t predict,” he said when Both Colbenson and Dorney Classic, hosted by University of 2, 8-3 in
asked how he sees his team doing were first team All-South Wisconsin-Stout’s Don & Nona And those 16 schools
this year. “It is left to the season.” Lakeland defensive backs a year Williams Stadium. The game is Lakeland Goulet won’t be on the road.
What should aid in Lake ago. Cynor was a first team All- slated for a 7:30 p.m. start. (3rd). Rather, it’s off to a neutral
Holcombe’s possible success for South Lakeland receiver and The Chieftains return home the Last year in the playoffs: site — Don & Nona
this season is the line. Waylon Bowe was on the first team at following week for a contest 2005 Williams Stadium on the
Munch, Frank Lompa, Mike tailback. against Birchwood/Weyerhaeuser. Profile: Tom graduated from campus of University of
Johnson and Tyler Marshall all Goulet was still getting a read South Lakeland play begins Sept. Buhl, Minn. in 1967. He Wisconsin-Stout — for the
return to the lines for the on his incoming varsity players 8 at Pepin. earned a bachelor’s degree in Bob and Steve’s BP Amoco
Chieftains this season. Lompa social studies, physical educa- Gridiron Classic.
tion and coaching from The two-day, eight-game
figures to lead the group, coming Minnesota-Duluth. He’s
off of an All-South Lakeland first 2 0 0 5 R E S U LT S 2005 SOUTH event enters its fourth season
coached for 25 years previous
to this with stops in Luck and
of showcasing high school
Aug. 26 Flambeau, W, 19-14
LAKELAND Tower, Minn. Tom is a two-time football.
2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 Birchwd-Weyer, W, 20-13 S TA N D I N G S coach of the year in Lake Holcombe and New
Sept. 9 Plum City, L, 13-38 Minnesota. He has three chil- Auburn are two of seven
Aug. 25 Flambeau, at Stout, 7:30 Sept. 16 Pepin, W, 33-28 dren, all grown. Lakeland schools participat-
Sept. 1 Birchwood-Weyerhaeuser Sept. 23 New Auburn, W, 51-6 Plum City 7-0 10-2 ing in the series of games.
Sept. 8 at Pepin Sept. 30 Clayton, L, 12-14 Elmwood 5-2 8-3 “I think it’s a pretty neat
Sept. 15 New Auburn Oct. 7 Cornell, W, 47-18 Lake Holcombe 5-2 8-3 opportunity for teams in this
Sept. 22 at Clayton Oct. 13 Elmwood, W, 24-20 Clayton 4-3 6-4
Pepin 4-3 4-6
area in general, not just our
Sept. 29 at Cornell Oct. 20 Prairie Farm, W, 53-14
Oct. 6 Elmwood WIAA Division 7 Playoffs Prairie Farm 2-5 3-6
Oct. 11 Prairie Farm Oct. 25 Turtle Lake, W, 40-12 Cornell 1-6 1-8 SEE CLASSIC, PAGE D28
Oct. 19 Plum City Oct. 29 Shell Lake, W, 21-35 New Auburn 0-7 0-9
UWEC: Carson Park hosts second annual event with eight area schools Certified
FROM PAGE D20 charge for children ages four to Eau Claire. on that surface,” he said later.
Colfax. and under. All tickets are gen- “It’s a little better than a little “We’re already scheduled to
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