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FOOTBALL PROGRAM


Quick Facts

Contents 3

Welcome

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Head Coach

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Assistant Coaches Bios

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Freshman/Sophomore Coaches Bios

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Football Support Staff

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Previewing 2013

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2013 Varsity Roster

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Player Profiles

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2013 Sophomore Roster

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2013 Freshman Roster

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2012 Season Recap

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Individual Records

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Career Statistic Leaders

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All-Time Team Records

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Alumni College Football

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Opponent Profiles

23 Suburban Christian Conference Info

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QUick facts Location: Aurora, Illinois Principal: Rev. F. Wm. Etheredge Enrollment: 640 Nickname: Chargers Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Conference: Sub. Christian - Gold Home Field: Bob Stewart Field Head Coach: Brian Casey Record at ACC (Years): 13-15 (4th) Assistant Coaches: John Belskis, Adam Blake, Kent Brauweiler, Luke Brauweiler, Chris Bonifas, Tim Casey, Brandon Christensen, Dan Eul, Josh Fullmer, Chris Goryl, Tom Kero, Pat McCarthy, Dave Schuster 2013 Schedule: vs. Oostburg @ Chicago Bogan @ Immaculate Conception vs. Chicago Christian vs. St. Edward @ Walther Lutheran @ Guerin Prep vs. Marmion Academy vs. Montini Catholic 2012 Record: 6-4 2012 SCC Finish: 4-3, T1st Post- Season Advancement: Lost 1st Round - Playoffs Playoff Appearances (Last): 15 (2012) State Championships (Last): 0 (0) All-Time Record: 313-312-2 Letterwinners Return/Lost: 47/16 Starters Return/Lost: 13/9 Athletic Director: Sean Bieterman Athletic Office Phone: 630-907-0095 x.107 Athletic Office Fax: 630-701-1292


Welcome

Welcome to Aurora Central Catholic High School On behalf of the Aurora Central Catholic High School administration, faculty, staff and student-athletes, I would like to welcome you to Bob Stewart Field for tonight’s football game. We are pleased to have you here to watch the Chargers in action. Aurora Central Catholic has been playing football since 1968 and our current student-athletes are proud to carry the tradition of Charger football. I am honored to serve as the Director of Athletics at Aurora Central Catholic High School and be a part of this great institution. There is a great pride on campus, in our school community, and our alumni family about ACC and I think you will see that reflected today in our coaches, student-athletes, and fans. High School athletics provides students the opportunity to discover, develop, and dedicate themselves to excellence on the field of play, in the classroom and in gaining valuable life skills. Charger football is a great example of Aurora Central Catholic’s commitment to performance based learning, and we are committed to preparing our student-athletes to thrive on the field and to prepare them for success in life. I truly believe in the concept of education through sport.

AURORA CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Fr. Wm.

Etheredge

Mark

Krebs

Principal

Asst. Principal

Sean

Kristy

bieterman

Kane

Athletic Director

Dean of Institution

Brian

Luke

I hope you enjoy the game and that you will make plans to return to Aurora Central Catholic in the near future to learn more about the Charger experience in academics, the arts, and athletics. Go Chargers!

Sean Bieterman

Sean Bieterman Aurora Central Catholic Director of Athletics

casey

Admissions Director

brauweiler Alumni Director 3


Head Coach

Brian

Casey

Head Coach

C

oach Casey enters for his 4th season as the Chargers Head Football Coach after being named to the position in December of 2009. Over the last three seasons, Casey has guided the Chargers to the most wins in three-year span (13) since 1996-1998. In 2012, ACC won a share of the Suburban Christian Conference Gold Division Championship, the first conference championship since 1996. Last fall, Casey coached an offense that set an ACC school record for rushing yards in a season with 2,629, and helped the Chargers to a 6-4 overall record, and the State Playoffs, for the first time in 15 seasons. Over the past three seasons, fourteen players have been

awarded 1st Team All-Conference honors, and 5 have earned 1st Team All-Area status. Last year, ACC graduates Steven Amoni and Izzy Rosa were recognized with “Conference Player of the Year” and “Conference Defensive Player of the Year” honors respectively. Rosa was also named to the 1st Team IHSFCA All-State Team. During Casey’s tenure, ACC’s football program have posted a team cumulative GPA of 3.17, including 43 Academic All-Conference, and 5 Academic All-State recipients. Prior to taking over the program, Casey was an assistant coach at ACC for four years. He served as the head sophomore coach from 2007-2009, and was the special team’s coordinator for the varsity in 2008-2009. Casey came to ACC, after a season coaching at Yorkville High School in 2005. Casey played football at Montini Catholic High School. As a quarterback in 2000, he helped the Broncos to a 7-2 mark, and the Suburban Catholic Conference title,

and qualified to the IHSA Class 3A Playoffs. After high school, Casey attended St. Ambrose University, where he played two seasons for the Fighting Bee’s on back-to-back MSFA conference championship teams. Casey transferred to the University of Florida and received his degree in Communications in 2005. Casey also serves as the Admission Director and Assistant Athletic Director at Aurora Central Catholic. He currently resides in Downers Grove with his wife Erin. He is an active member of the American Football Coaches Association, the Positive Coaching Alliance, and USA Football.

ACC Career Coaching Records Name (Years) Mike Curry (1987-2009) Mike Dunn (1968-1977) Bob Stewart (1978-1983) Bob Williams (1984-1985) Brian Casey (2010-2012)

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W 96 51 39 14 13

L 125 39 28 5 15

T 0 2 0 0 0

Pct. .434 .554 .582 .736 .464


Assistant Coaches Bios

John Belskis Defensive Coordinator

Coach Belskis joins the Aurora Central Catholic coaching staff in 2013. Belskis brings a wealth of experience to the Chargers sideline, he spent the last 33 years coaching at Downers Grove South High School. While at Downers Grove South, Belskis compiled a record of 201-62 as the head coach from 1989-2012, which included an 8A state championship in 2001, and a 6A runner-up finish in 1993. In total, Belskis led the Mustangs to the playoffs 22 times, and compiled a 27-20 postseason record. In 2010, Belskis was elected into the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Prior to taking over the program, Belskis served as an assistant coach at Downers Grove South from 19801988, he helped the Mustangs reach the 1984 state title game. Belskis was a standout athlete at Valparaiso University, playing both football and baseball. He was a three-time first team all-conference defensive back for the Crusaders. In 1977, Belskis was named Valparaiso University Athlete of the Year. Following his career at Valpo, Belskis was invited for a tryout for the Chicago Bears, before playing defensive back for the Chicago Fire of the American Football Association in 1981. In addition to football, Belskis also joins the ACC faculty, serving as a physical education instructor. He and his wife Ann, currently reside in Aurora, with their three children Johnny (14), Patrick (10), and Layne (7).

Chris Bonifas Offensive & Defensive Line

Coach Bonifas returns to the Chargers coaching staff for this fourth season in 2013, and will add defensive lineman to his duties this fall. In 2012, Bonifas coached an offensive line that helped the Chargers rush for a school record 2,629 yards. In the last two seasons, the Chargers have rushed for over 5,000 yards and 51 touchdowns. Since 2011, 8 offensive linemen have been awarded All-Conference honors. Bonifas also coached Izzy Rosa to IHSFCA Class 3A All-State honors last fall. As a player, Bonifas was a two year starter at offensive line and linebacker at Aurora Central Catholic from 20022003. After graduating from ACC, Bonifas attended and graduated from the University of Nebraska, earning a degree in education. Bonifas currently works as a teacher at Burlington Central High School. He and his wife Lyndsie were married this past June, the couple reside in Aurora.

Kent Brauweiler Tight End’s

Coach Brauweiler returns to the sidelines for his second season in 2013. Brauweiler will once again assist in coaching the tight end’s, while filling a variety of roles throughout the season. Brauweiler helped guide Jake McCarthy to 1st Team All-Conference honors last fall.

Brauweiler was a three-year starter at Tight End and Defensive End for the Chargers from 2008-2010, and a captain of the 2010 squad. In his senior season, Brauweiler earned first team All-Conference honors, Honorable Mention All-Area. In 2011, Brauweiler attended and played football at Iowa Wesleyan College. Brauweiler, currently resides in Plano, and is continuing his education at Joliet Junior College.

Tim Casey Quarterbacks

Coach Casey returns for his sixth season coaching at Aurora Central Catholic in 2013, his 4th season working with the program’s quarterbacks. Last fall, Casey coached quarterback Matt Rahn to AllConference Special Mention honors as a sophomore. Casey served as an offensive assistant from 2008-2009 on the sophomore level. In total, Casey brings over 20 years of coaching and close to 35 years of football experience to the ACC program. Casey both coached and administrated Pop Warner Youth Football at both the local and regional level, including founding the Fox Valley Gators Youth Football & Cheerleading organization in 2008. Prior to coming to ACC, Casey also coached at Yorkville High School. As a player, Casey played high school football at St. Joseph in Westchester, IL. He later attended and competed at Loras College. Casey also enjoyed a 5 year semi-professional career, which included a trip to London as a part

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Assistant Coaches Bios

of “Team USA”, in efforts to make football an Olympic sport. Casey, the Director of U.S. Sales and Marketing – Product Services Group for Rexnord Industries, lives in Yorkville with his wife Linda. The couple has three kids, Brian (30), Briana (25), and Jordan (23). Casey is an active member in the American Football Coaches Association, and the National Federation of High School Coaches.

Dan Eul Defensive Backs

Coach Goryl begins his third season with the ACC Football program. In 2013, Goryl will once again serve as the varsity linebackers coach, and coordinate the special teams for the Chargers.

Coach Eul joins the ACC coaching staff in 2013, working with the Charger defensive backs. Eul spent the last six years coaching his sons and serving as the Vice-President of the Fox Valley Gators Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading organization. He was also active with the St. Raphael football program in Naperville. Eul will inherit a defensive backfield that returns two starters, and 85% of the team’s interception total from 2012.

Last fall, Goryl coached two linebackers to First Team AllConference honors, helping the Chargers to their first playoff berth in 15 seasons.

Eul was a four year football player at Marist High School in Chicago. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice from Aurora University, and his Masters Degree in public safety administration from Lewis University.

Goryl was a two-year starter at linebacker at Yorkville High School. After graduating, Goryl received his degree in education from Illinois State University.

Eul currently works as the Deputy Police Chief of Batavia. He and his wife Mary currently reside in Batavia with their three children Danny (14), Jimmy (12), and Emily (9).

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Chris Goryl Linebackers / Special Teams Coordinator

Before joining the Varsity level, Goryl was the defensive coordinator on the sophomore level in 2011. Prior to coming to ACC, Goryl spent single seasons coaching at Minooka High School and Oswego High School. Goryl also served as a student assistant coach at Illinois State University while in college, working with the linebackers for Coach Brock Spack’s Redbirds.

Along with his football duties, Goryl serves as an English and Social Studies instructor at Aurora Central Catholic. Goryl and his wife Caitlyn, currently reside in Oswego. The couple are expecting their first child this fall.

Tom Kero Running Backs

Coach Kero returns for his 5th season at Aurora Central Catholic High School in 2013, and once again will be responsible for the running backs. In 2012, the running backs at ACC ran for a school record 2,629 yards, and scored 28 touchdowns. Senior Steven Amoni was recognized as the SCC Gold ‘Conference Player of the Year’ after being the first ACC 1,000 yard rusher since 1999. In total, Coach Kero has guided six players to All-Conference honors. Kero began his coaching career at ACC in 2009, working with the sophomore running backs and defensive backs. As a player, Kero was a two-year starter and All-Conference player at Montini Catholic High School from 1999-2000, playing both running back and free safety. Kero helped the Broncos to a state semifinal appearance in 1999, and a SCC title in 2000. Kero went on to play college football at Augustana College. Kero currently works as the Sales Director at Hands-On Technologies. He and his wife Amanda currently reside in Lisle. The two welcomed their first son, Ryne, in May of this year. n n n


Freshman/Sophomore Coaches Bios

Luke Brauweiler Head Coach – Defensive Coordinator Coach Brauweiler begins his 7th season at Aurora Central Catholic, and his 4th as the head coach of the freshman/ sophomore levels. The sophomore level has gone a combined 17-10 record over the last three seasons, including winning the SCC Gold division championship in 2012. The Charger freshmen have gone 10-10 over that same span. Brauweiler was a three-year starter on the offensive and defensive lines at Aurora Central Catholic, earning an All-Area recognition before graduating in 2004. He played two seasons at Beloit College, before transferring and getting his degree from Northern Illinois University. Brauweiler also serves as the Alumni Director at Aurora Central Catholic High School, and is a member of the ACC baseball coaching staff. He currently resides in Plano.

Adam Blake Offensive / Defensive Line Coach Blake returns to the coaching staff in 2013, where he will once again be working with the offensive and defensive

lines on the freshman/sophomore levels. In 2011, Coach Blake joined the ACC coaching staff after a serious foot/ankle injury ended his football playing career following his graduation from Aurora Central Catholic in 2011. Coach Blake was a three-year varsity starter on the offensive and defensive lines for the Chargers from 2008-2010. As a senior, Blake was named as a team captain, earned 1st Team All-Conference honors, and was the Conference Lineman of the Year runner-up. Blake also received 1st Team All-Area recognition, and was selected for the Illinois Coaches Association Shriner’s All-Star Game.

Dominican University and his Type 73 certificate from Loyola University. Christensen serves as the school social worker at MacArthur Middle School in Berkeley. He currently resides in Plainfield.

David Schuster Offensive Coordinator – Running Backs

Blake currently resides in Aurora, and is continuing his education at Aurora University.

Brandon Christensen Receivers / Defensive Backs Coach Christensen joins the Aurora Central Catholic coaching staff in 2013, working with the receivers and defensive backs on the freshman and sophomore levels. Christensen was a three-year letterwinner at Marist High School in Chicago. He continued his playing career at Concordia University in River Forest where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology/ Psychology. He later received his Masters in Social Work from

sophomore levels.

Coach Schuster returns to the ACC coaching staff in 2013, once again serving as the offensive coordinator and running backs coach for the freshman and

Before last season Schuster assisted as the special team’s coordinator on the varsity level from 2010-2011. Prior to coaching at ACC, Schuster served as the 8th grade football coach at Annunciation BVM School in Aurora for 8 years. Outside of his football responsibilities, Coach Schuster also coaches Boys Basketball at Aurora Central Catholic. Schuster works in sales at Euclid Beverage. He and his wife Stephanie currently reside in Aurora, with their daughter Ariana (9), and newborn son David. n n n

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kataryna beatty Student Assistant

dave Dieter P.A. Announcer

vanessa rios Head Trainer

Dan jackson Director of Strength & Conditioning

josh fullmer Quality Control

tom costantini Quality Control

patrick mcCARTHY Quality Control

Jordan Casey Gameday Effects

Eric dabbs Gameday Effects

Griff legler Gameday Effects

kristine weiland Team Photographer

jaysin osterkamp Team Videographer


Previewing 2013

2013 Team Preview Coming off their first playoff appearance in 15 seasons, the Chargers look to continue to build on last season’s success once again in 2013. Brian Casey returns for his fourth season as the ACC Head Football Coach, and for the first time since the 1996-1997 seasons, the Chargers will look for back-to-back post-season trips. 13 starters return, along with another 8 individuals who saw significant action a season ago are back for the ‘gold & blue’ in 2013. Add in a class of juniors that won a conference championship as sophomores in 2012, and Casey believes this talented group has the needed size, speed, experience and depth to compete in the SCC Gold. “I think we have the talent to take that next step as a program this season,” Casey said. “We have a lot of hard work ahead of us, but I couldn’t be happier about the work we have done and improvement we have seen over the past nine months to get to this point. I am excited about this team and this upcoming season.” The Chargers, entering their final season as a member of the Suburban Christian Conference before joining the Metro Suburban Conference in 2014, will once again have their work cut out for them this fall. Non-conference match-ups with two improving programs, Oostburg (WI) and (Chicago) Bogan will provide early season tests before the start of conference play. Both Immaculate Conception and Montini (5A State Champion) were playoff teams from a season ago, while Chicago Christian, St. Edward, and Marmion Academy, all figure to be much improved in 2013.

Offense The Chargers ‘Double Wing’ will add a few new wrinkles for 2013, but the wealth of experience that returns from a season ago will look to keep the offense on track. Six starters return on the offensive side of the ball including running back Brian Bohr and lineman Alec Licar who both earned All-Conference Honorable Mention honors last season. Bohr, back for his third season in the Charger backfield, rushed for 852 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2012. He will be joined in

the backfield by Julian Rios who returns after rushing for 411 yards and 6 touchdowns on just 37 carries a season ago. Matt Schaefer looks to settle into a full-time role in the backfield for the Chargers this fall, after he inspired the Chargers as the emergency quarterback at the end of last season. Cody Ekstrom and Roman Padilla have also been impressive in camp and will get carries in 2013. After losing Matt Rahn to a torn ACL in the summer, the Chargers will turn to Kyle Reilly at the quarterback position in 2013. Reilly, who learned the offense last season after transferring into ACC, performed well in summer passing tournaments and throughout summer camp. Schaefer will once again serve as the backup for the Chargers. The Chargers have improved depth at the receiver/tight end position where Sean Anger returns after posting an 11.0 yard per catch average in 2012. Jordan Audiffred-Zauner has improved tremendously over the off-season to earn a spot opposite the 6’3” Anger. Add in speedster Hunter Fiorito, who transferred into ACC last fall and the emergence of Colin Baillie and the Chargers have a new dynamic weapon to the offensive attack. Mario May, Sean Tobin and Zach Thomas add depth on the perimeter. As with any offense, the success will start with the offensive line, and the Chargers seem to be in good shape heading into the 2013 season after paving the way to a school record 2,629 yards rushing a season ago. Along with Licar at left tackle, ACC returns Tony Hizo and Mikey Malawski at the guard positions, both who earned All-Conference Special Mention honors last season. Eduardo Gonzalez and Mike Shanahan have both showed flashes of greatness during camp at center and right tackle respectively. Chris Nilo, Danny Mowka, Brendan Filip, Jeff Kus, and Tommy Olson will also provide depth to an already talented position group.

selection from a year ago, registered 83 tackles, including 9 stops for a loss. Twice in 2012 he was named defensive ‘Player of the Week’ for the Chargers. Holzer, who suffered a torn ACL after week 6, returns after notching 46 tackles and a sack in 2013. Karlo Valenzuela makes the move from inside to outside linebacker this fall, he started all 10 games for the Chargers a season ago. Sophomore Ben Ariano has impressed the coaching staff this summer at inside linebacker to earn a fulltime spot on the varsity. Sean Tobin and Matt Schaefer will also see action in the second level. The defensive backfield will feature a good combination of experienced players and fresh faces for the Chargers in 2013. Jordan Hendricks, Colin Hendricks, and Roman Padilla all saw significant action last fall. Jordan Audiffred-Zauner had a great summer on the defensive side of the ball as well, and figures to get their first look at free safety for the Chargers. Hunter Fiorito and Patrick Canning also will see action in the secondary this fall. Thomas Gouger, Zack Kavcar, Sam Kielty, Jeff Marcoux, Brendan Ruehl, Alex Schuler, and Josh Wilson will all add depth to the defensive backfield mix. ACC will need to fill some holes on the defensive line with Tony Hizo being the lone returner on the defensive front. Mikey Malawski, Eduardo Gonzalez, and Danny Mowka all saw action last season for the Chargers, and once again figure to a factor up front. The improved depth will help keep the D-Line fresh with Diego Avila, Alex Cohen, Hugo Hinojosa, Don Ishmael, Jeff Kus, and Alex Martin all being looked at for contribution.

Defense

Football/Soccer standouts Ricky Anaya and Jared Friedrich will handle the kicking and punting duties this fall for the Chargers. Anaya, who is a three year veteran, knocked down a pair of 40 yard field goals and was 7-7 PATS in the summer scrimmage back in July. Jordan Audiffred-Zauner and Colin Baillie will handle the long snapping and holding duties respectively. A combination of Hunter Fiorito, Cody Ekstrom, Roman Padilla, and Julian Rios, will showcase their open field running skills handling kick and punt return duties.

Under the leadership of 33-year veteran coach John Belskis, the new-look Charger defense will shift from a 4-3 to an aggressive 3-4 front in 2013. The “Hit Hard” mentality has been embraced by the Charger defense and has become the rallying cry for the unit as a whole. Seven starters return to the lineup this fall for ACC, including a pair of three-year starters in linebackers Cody Ekstrom and Jacob Holzer. Ekstrom, a First Team All-Conference

Special Teams

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2013 Varsity Roster VARSITY

No. Player

Class Pos.

No. Player

Class Pos.

Grade School

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Hunter Fiorito

Jr.

WR/DB Jewel M.S., North Aurora

46

Ben Ariano*

So.

RB/LB

Holy Angels, Aurora

2

Patrick Canning**

Sr.

WR/DB Bednarcik J.H., Oswego

48

Hugo Hinojosa*

Sr.

OL/DL

Jewel M.S., North Aurora

5

Jordan Hendricks*

Sr.

WR/DB Annunciation, Aurora

49

Zach Thomas*

Sr.

WR/DB Thompson M.S., Oswego

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Enrique Anaya**

Sr.

K

Cowherd M.S., Aurora

50

Alex Cohen*

Sr.

OL/DL

St. Mary, DeKalb

7

Kyle Reilly*

Sr.

QB/LB

Hill M.S., Naperville

51

Josh Feltes**

Sr.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

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Matt Rahn**

Jr.

QB/DB

Harter M.S., Maple Park

52

Jeff Kus*

Jr.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

10

Ross Cortino

So.

TE/DL

Harter M.S., Maple Park

53

Don Ishmael*

Sr.

OL/DL

O.L.G.C., Aurora

14

Colin Hendricks**

Sr.

WR/DB Harter M.S., Maple Park

54

Karlo Valenzuela**

Sr.

OL/LB

O.L.G.C., Aurora

15 Mario May

Jr.

TE/DL

Holy Angels, Aurora

55

Matt Sternberg*

So.

OL/LB

Annunciation, Aurora

16

Alex Schuler*

Jr.

RB/LB

St. Joseph, Aurora

58

Tommy Olson*

Jr.

OL/DL

O.L.G.C., Aurora

18

Julian Rios**^

Sr.

RB/DB

O.L.G.C., Aurora

59

Jacob Holzer**

Sr.

RB/LB

St. Mary, Plano

19

Colin Baillie*

Jr.

WR/DL

Monroe M.S., Wheaton

60

Diego Avila*

Sr.

OL/DL

St. Joseph, Aurora

21

Brendan Ruehl*

Jr.

WR/DB St. Peter, Aurora

61

Sebastian Warren

So.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

23

Roman Padilla**

Jr.

RB/LB

63

Chris Nilo*

Jr.

OL/DL

Jewel M.S. North Auror

24

Josh Wilson*

Jr.

WR/DB Herget M.S., Aurora

65

Tony Hizo**

Sr.

OL/DL

St. Therese, Aurora

25

Matt Schaefer**

Sr.

RB/LB

Holy Angels, Aurora

67 Maurice Smith*

Jr.

OL/DL

Drauden Point M.S., Plainfield

30

Nick Spagnola*

So.

RB/LB

Herget M.S., Aurora

68

Michael Shanahan* Sr.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

31

Jared Friedrich

Jr.

K

Holy Angels, Aurora

70

Brendan Filip*

Sr.

OL/DL

Holy Angels, Aurora

32

Cody Ekstrom**^

Sr.

RB/LB

Herget M.S., Aurora

72

Danny Mowka**

Sr.

OL/DL

St. Joseph, Aurora

33

Jeff Marcoux*

Sr.

WR/DB St. Peter, Aurora

73

Eddie Gonzalez*

Sr.

OL/DL

St. Therese, Aurora

34

Brian Bohr**^

Sr.

RB/LB

Annunciation, Aurora

74 Mikey Malawski**

Jr.

OL/DL

Harter M.S., Maple Park

35

Jacob Bunce*

Jr.

OL/LB

Harter M.S., Maple Park

76

Alec Licar*^

Sr.

OL/DL

Herget M.S., Aurora

36

Sean Anger**

Sr.

TE/LB

St. Mary, DeKalb

77

Alex Martin*

Jr.

OL/DL

St. Joseph, Aurora

40

Sam Keilty

Jr.

RB/DL

Holy Angels, Aurora

81

Thomas Gouger*

Sr.

WR/DB St. Phillip, Battle Creek (MI)

42

Sean Tobin*

Jr.

TE/LB

St. Joseph, Aurora

87

Zach Kavcar*

Sr.

WR/DB Holy Angels, Aurora

89

Jordan Audiffred-Zauner* Sr.

* Letters Received ^ Captain

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Grade School

St. Joseph, Aurora

WR/DB Jewel M.S., North Aurora


Player Profiles

Hunter Fiorito 5’9”, 170lbs. Junior - WR/DB Aurora, IL Personal: Born 2/7/1997 … Parents John & Julie Fiorito … Sisters Felicia and Johna … Also a member of the ACC baseball team.

Ross Cortino 6’0”, 180lbs. Sophomore – TE/DL Sugar Grove, IL Personal: Born 6/28/1997 … Parents Ross & Nicole Cortino … Sister Gina … Also active within the ACC drama department.

Patrick Canning 5’8”, 140lbs. Senior – WR/DB Oswego, IL 2012: Saw action in 7 games on special teams…Recorded 2 tackles. 2011: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 8/7/1996 … Parents Eugene & Ann Canning … Brothers Jimmy (’11) and Sean (’13) both are former football players at ACC, Thomas is a current freshman football player. Sisters Erin (’12), and Mary … Member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also plays baseball for ACC.

Matt Rahn 5’9”, 165lbs. Junior – QB/DB Sugar Grove, IL 2012: Played in 8 games … Named SCC Gold All-Conference Special Mention … Guided ACC to a 4-1 record as the starting QB … Threw for 268 yards and 2 touchdowns … Rushed for 461 yards and 3 touchdowns … Finished the season with 28 tackles, and led the Chargers with 2 interceptions. 2011: Saw action in all 9 games primarily on special teams … Recovered and returned a block punt for a touchdown vs. Chicago Christian. Personal: Born 2/8/1997 … Parents Greg & Gina Rahn … Sister Rachel (’13) … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also plays baseball at ACC.

Jordan Hendricks 5’8”, 155lbs. Senior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in all 10 games on special teams … Started two games at Safety … Recorded 29 tackles and an interception. Personal: Born 6/10/1996 … Parents Ted & Marietta Hendricks … Brother Jake. Enrique Anaya 5’11”, 150lbs. Senior – K Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 4/30/1995 … Parents Enrique Anaya & Maria Padilla … Brother Omar, sisters Vanessa (’09), Elizabeth (’10), Patty, and Gracie … Also a member of the ACC soccer program. Kyle Reilly 6’0”, 215lbs. Senior – QB/LB Naperville, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter … Was ineligible for season after transfer from Metea Valley. Personal: Born 10/7/1995 … Parents John & Kelly Reilly … Brothers Keegan and Jack … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’.

Colin Hendricks 6’1”, 150lbs. Senior – WR/DB Sugar Grove, IL 2012: Appeared in all 10 games primarily on special teams … Started one game at cornerback … Recorded 10 tackles and a pass break-up. 2011: Earned Varsity Letter appearing in 5 games … Registered 1 tackle. Personal: Born 1/6/1996 … Parents Andy & Deane Mayerhofer … Brother Grayson, sister Jacqui … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also participates in Track & Field at ACC.

Mario May 6’3”, 200lbs. Junior – TE/DE Aurora, IL Personal: Born 3/13/1997 … Parents Rocky & Jacquie May … Brothers Jacob (’13) and Charlie, sister Mary Catherine … Also a member of the ACC basketball team. Alex Schuler 5’8”, 145lbs. Junior – RB/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 6 games … Registered a pass break-up. Personal: Born 11/30/1996 … Parents Adam & Abby Schuler … Sister Morgan is a freshman at ACC. Julian Rios 5’10”, 170lbs. Senior – RB/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Played in 8 games on offense … Rushed for 411 yards on and 6 touchdowns on just 37 carries … Earned “Offensive Player of the Week” honors for his 115 yard, 2 touchdown performance vs. Walther Lutheran. 2011: Played in 5 games primarily on special teams … Averaged 23.5 yards per kickoff return. Personal: Born 6/17/1996 … Parents Tony & Josie Rios … Brothers David, a current ACC sophomore, and Daniel, sister Cecelia … A two-year member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also competes in track & field at ACC. Colin Baillie 6’2”, 170lbs. Junior – TE/DE Winfield, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 3/20/1997 … Parents Chris & Laura Baillie … Sister Maddie … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’. Brendan Ruehl 5’8”, 140lbs. Junior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 10/19/1996 … Father Peter Beaudette … Brothers Jack and Matthew, sister Katelyn … Also a member of the ACC track and field team.

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Player Profiles

Roman Padilla 5’11”, 170lbs. Junior – RB/LB Aurora, IL 2012: Saw action in all 10 games in all three phases, and started 5 games at linebacker … Notched 32 tackles, a sack, an interception, a fumble recovery, and 3 pass break-ups … Rushed for 73 yards on 13 carries, and had 1 reception for 14 yards. 2011: Saw action in 3 games as a freshman … Rushed for 13 yards on 3 carries. Personal: Born 11/16/1996 … Parents Rafael Padilla & Annissa McArdle … Brother Baldemar, sister Madilyn … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also plays baseball at ACC. Josh Wilson 6’0”, 145lbs. Junior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 1/6/1997 … Mother Christine Dieter … Also runs track at ACC. Matt Schaefer 6’1”, 175lbs. Senior – RB/LB Sugar Grove, IL 2012: Appeared in all 10 games in all three phases … Started the final two games of the season at quarterback, completing 16-32 passes for 253 yards and 2 touchdowns … He earned “Offensive Player of the Week” honors for his performance vs. Montini … Rushed for 30 yards and a touchdown in the playoff loss to SJ Ogden … Notched 4 tackles on special teams. 2011: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 3/27/1996 … Parents Brian & Debbie Schaefer … Brothers Alex (’10), a former ACC football player, and John, sister Madison (’07) … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’. Nick Spagnola 5’9”, 140lbs. Sophomore – RB/LB North Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 12/15/1997 … Parents Wally & Gia Spagnola … Sisters Emma and Tori … A 2013 sectional qualifier in wrestling for ACC … Also a member of the track and field team.

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Jared Friedrich 6’1”, 175lbs. Junior – K Aurora, IL Personal: Born 3/25/1997 … Parents Jeff & Jessica Friedrich … Brother Kyle (’13) … Also a member of the ACC soccer team. Cody Ekstrom 6’0”, 175lbs. Senior – RB/LB North Aurora, IL 2012: Started all 10 games at safety … Earned SCC Gold 1st Team All-Conference honors … Finished third on the team with 83 tackles, including 9 stops for a loss … Added 2 fumble recoveries and 3 pass break-ups … Twice named “Defensive Player of the Week” (St. Edward & Montini) … Was awarded the “Fr. Reardon Award” given to a player who has a positive attitude, respect to others, and a passion to improve as a player. 2011: Started 4 games for the Chargers … Missed 5 games with an MCL sprain … Notched 15 tackles. Personal: Born 10/22/1995 … Parents Eric & Brooke Ekstrom … Sister Sydney … A twoyear member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … A state qualifier in track & field for ACC in the spring. Jeff Marcoux 5’6”, 140lbs. Senior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Saw action in 6 games … Registered 1 tackle. Personal: Born 6/23/1996 … Parents Harold & Kathy Marcoux … Brother Jacob, a current ACC sophomore, Patrick, Matt, Mark, sisters Emy, Madison, Kate, Sarah, Beth, and Michelle … Also runs track at ACC.

Brian Bohr 5’9”, 175lbs. Senior – RB/LB Aurora, IL 2012: Started at running back in all 10 games … Named SCC Gold All-Conference Honorable Mention … Rushed for 852 yards and 6 touchdowns, caught 9 passes for 160 yards and 2 scores … Named “Offensive Player of the Week” for his 145 yards of total offense and 2 touchdowns against Chicago Christian … Eclipsed the 100 yard mark three times. 2011: Started in 8 games at running back … Rushed for 259 yards and a touchdown … His lone catch was good for a touchdown vs. Marengo … Blocked a punt which was recovered for a touchdown in the season opener against Rockford Lutheran. Personal: Born 2/16/1996 … Parents Todd & Mary Bohr … Sisters Kara (’07) and Ashley (’10) … A two-year member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’. Jacob Bunce 5’6”, 160lbs. Junior – RB/LB Sugar Grove, IL 2012: Saw action in 7 games … Recorded 2 tackles. Personal: Born 11/17/1996 … Parents John & Leah Bunce … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’. Sean Anger 6’3”, 180lbs. Senior – TE/DE DeKalb, IL 2012: Played in all 10 games, starting in 5 of those games at tight end … Caught four passes for 44 yards … Scored the first Charger touchdown of the season, a 18 yarder reception in the season opener against Pontiac. 2011: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 4/22/1996 … Parents Dan & Lisa Anger … Brother Joe (’11) was a twoyear football letter winner for ACC. Sisters Jessica, a sophomore at ACC, and Lara … Also a member of the ACC basketball team.


Player Profiles

Sam Keilty 5’10”, 150lbs. Junior – RB/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Saw action in 2 games … Grabbed his first career interception in the playoff clinching win vs. Guerin Prep. Personal: Born 7/18/1997 … Parents John & Julie Keilty … Brother Jack, sister Katrina … Also participates in baseball at ACC. Sean Tobin 5’9”, 170lbs. Junior – TE/LB Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in all 10 games, starting the final four games at linebacker … Registered 24 tackles, while adding a forced fumble and 2 pass breakups. Personal: Born 3/24/1997 … Parents Gerard & Karen Tobin … Brother Zach (’11) is a former ACC football player, sister Katie (’07) … Also a member of the baseball team at ACC. Ben Ariano 5’11”, 185lbs. Sophomore – RB/LB Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 8 games as a freshman … Tallied 4 total tackles. Personal: Born 3/24/1998 … Mother Kay Ariano, Father the late Mike Ariano … Brother Max, sister Leah … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also participates in baseball at ACC. Hugo Hinojosa 6’0”, 215lbs. Senior – OL/DE Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter … Was ineligible for season after transfer from West Aurora. Personal: Born 10/7/1995 … Parents Miguel & Virginia Hinojosa … Sisters Paola and Andrea. Zach Thomas 6’4”, 155lbs. Senior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 11/13/1995 … Parents Shaun & Julie Thomas … Brother Steve … Also a member of the track and field team at ACC.

Alex Cohen 5’9”, 180lbs. Senior – OL/DL DeKalb, IL 2012: Appeared in 7 games … Registered 1 tackle, a sack, vs. Guerin Prep. Personal: Born 11/20/1995 … Parents Jack Cohen & Debbie Strejc … Brother Ethan … A two-year member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’.

Matt Sternberg 5’10”, 170lbs. Sophomore – RB/LB Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 6 games as a freshman … Tallied 1 tackle. Personal: Born 12/17/1997 … Parents Carl & Jen … Two brothers Jon & Chris, and sister Ashley … Also plays basketball at ACC.

Josh Feltes 6’1”, 210lbs. Senior – OL/DL Batavia, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 7/6/1996 … Parents Leon & Patty Feltes … Brother Mitch is a current sophomore football player at ACC, sisters Brooke and Casey … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also participates in baseball at ACC.

Tommy Olson 6’0”, 225lbs. Junior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 11/25/1996 … Parents Chris & Delynn Olson … Sister Maggie (’13) … Also a member of the ACC Track and Field team.

Jeff Kus 6’4”, 205lbs. Junior – OL/DL Batavia, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 4/23/1996 … Parents Gene & Kathy Kus … Brothers Allen and Brian, sister Amy … Also a member of the ACC basketball team. Don Ishmael 5’8”, 195lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 7 games … Tallied 2 tackles. Personal: Born 1/24/1996 … Parents Don & Anna Ishmael … Brother Jacob is a freshman football player at ACC. Sisters Faith & Ziva … Also a member of the ACC wrestling team. Karlo Valenzuela 5’11”, 200lbs. Senior – OL/LB Aurora, IL 2012: Started all 10 games at linebacker … Registered 55 tackles, including 3 stops for a loss. 2011: Appeared in 8 games as a sophomore … Tallied 2 tackles. Personal: Born 3/13/1996 … Parents Carlos & Martina Valenzuela … Brother Alex … Member of the ACC wrestling team.

Jacob Holzer 6’0”, 165lbs. Senior – RB/LB Yorkville, IL 2012: Started 6 games at linebacker, before suffering a season ending ACL tear … Named SCC Gold All-Conference Honorable Mention … Registered 59 tackles, including 11 tackles for a loss … Added a sack, and a fumble recovery … Named “Defensive Player of the Week” for his 15 tackle performance against Immaculate Conception. 2011: Started the final 8 games of the season at linebacker … Registered 58 tackles, including 11 behind the line of scrimmage … Earned “Defensive Player of the Week” honors for his 9 tackle and 5 TFL outing against Chicago Christian. Personal: Born 4/7/1996 … Parents Michael & Brenda Holzer … Brother Nick (’12) is a former football player at ACC. Sister Melanie is a current freshman at ACC … A two-year member of the Football ‘Leadership Council”. Diego Avila 5’11”, 175lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 7 games … Totaled 4 tackles, including 1 for a loss. Personal: Born 12/6/1995 … Parents Phil & Imelda Avila … Brothers Phil and Eduardo … Also serves as a member of the Aurora Police Cadet Program.

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Player Profiles

Sebastian Warren 5’9”, 175lbs. Sophomore – OL/DL Aurora, IL Personal: Born 10/30/1997 … Mother Patricia Capshaw … Brother Brandon is a current freshman football player at ACC … Also a member of the chess team at ACC. Chris Nilo 5’9”, 210lbs. Junior – OL/DL North Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 7/2/1997 … Parents Jason & Sherry Nilo … Brothers Kyle, a current freshman football player at ACC, Corey and Kevin … Also participates in baseball at ACC. Tony Hizo 5’11”, 230lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Started in all 10 games at defensive tackle, and 3 games on the offensive line … Named SCC Gold AllConference Special Mention … Registered 46 tackles, and 10 stops for a loss, and 3 fumble recoveries … Blocked for a school record 2,629 rushing yards … Helped the offensive line earn “Offensive Player of the Week” honors blocking for 402 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns. Personal: Born 1/7/1996 … Parents Luis & Lourdes Hizo … Brother Luis (’11) was a former football player at ACC … Also a member of the ACC wrestling team. Mike Shanahan 6’5”, 280lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 9/19/1995 … Parents Jim & Maureen Shanahan … Sister Breanna (’12) … Also a member of the ACC wrestling team. Brendan Filip 5’11”, 215lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 7 games … Registered 1 tackle. Personal: Born 2/6/1996 … Mother Mary Filip … Sister Sinead is a current junior at ACC … Also a member of the ACC wrestling and track and field teams.

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Danny Mowka 5’10”, 205lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in all 10 games primarily on the defensive line … Registered 4 tackles, including 1 for a loss … Added a sack, and a forced fumble. 2011: Saw action in 7 games, starting two of those games at defensive tackle … Totaled 6 tackles, including 2 stops for a loss. Personal: Born 12/16/1995 … Parents Joe & Dawn Mowka … Brothers Nick (’11) and Chris (’12) … An Eagle Scout award recipient … Also a member of the ACC wrestling and track and field teams. Eddie Gonzalez 6’1”, 260lbs. Senior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in 7 games … Registered 1 tackle. Personal: Born 7/6/1996 … Parents Jesus & Mary Gonzalez … Brother Jesus (’07), was a former football player at ACC … A 2013 state wrestling qualifier in the heavyweight class … Also a member of the track and field team at ACC. Mikey Malawski 6’0”, 250lbs. Junior – OL/DL Sugar Grove, IL 2012: Started 9 games on the offensive line … Also saw significant action on the defensive line … Named SCC Gold All-Conference Special Mention … Blocked for a school record 2,629 rushing yards … Helped the offensive line earn “Offensive Player of the Week” honors blocking for 402 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns … Added 9 tackles, including 1 for a loss. 2011: Saw action in 5 games as a freshman … Registered 5 tackles. Personal: Born 9/12/1996 … Parents Mike & Judy Malawski … Sister Lauren & Niki … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’ … Also participates in baseball at ACC. Alec Licar 6’2”, 235lbs. Senior – OL/DL North Aurora, IL 2012: Appeared in all 10 games, starting in 9 of those on the offensive line … Named SCC Gold AllConference Honorable Mention … Blocked

for a school record 2,629 rushing yards … Helped the offensive line earn “Offensive Player of the Week” honors blocking for 402 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns … Voted the teams “Offensive Most Improved Player”. Personal: Born 5/15/1996 … Parents Jack & Mary Licar … Brothers Drew, a freshman at ACC, and Kyle … Member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’. Alex Martin 6’1”, 310lbs. Junior – OL/DL Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter appearing in 5 games … Registered 2 tackles as a defensive tackle. Personal: Born 8/26/1996 … Parents Bill & Christine Martin … Brother Sam is a freshman at ACC. Thomas Gouger 5’9”, 160lbs. Senior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter Personal: Born 7/18/1996 … Parents Tim & Jenifer Gouger … Sister Theresa … A member of the Football ‘Leadership Council’. Zach Kavcar 5’10”, 155lbs. Senior – WR/DB Oswego, IL 2012: Appeared in 7 games … Registered a tackle and his first career interception against Guerin Prep. Personal: Born 1/26/1996 … Parents Mark & Lynn Kavcar … Brother Jake, sisters Lauren, a sophomore at ACC, Julia, Emily, and Maddy. Jordan Audiffred-Zauner 5’11”, 170lbs. Senior – WR/DB Aurora, IL 2012: Earned Varsity Letter seeing action in 2 games before suffering a broken ankle. Personal: Born 1/23/1996 … Parents Mike Zauner & Amy Trujillo, Step-Father Frank Trujillo … Sister Sydney is a current freshman at ACC … Also participates on the track and field team at ACC.

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2013 Freshman/Sophomore Roster FRESHMAN /SOPHOMORE No. Player

Class

Pos.

Grade School

No. Player

Class

Pos.

Grade School

2

Nick Faltz

So.

WR/DB

Holy Angels, Aurora

54 Charlie Miller

So.

OL/DL

Holy Angels, Aurora

3

Griffin Zajac

Fr.

RB/DB

Annunciation, Aurora

55 Jacob Marcoux

So.

OL/DL

St. Joseph, Aurora

6

Kyle Nilo

Fr.

QB/DB

Jewel M.S., North Aurora

56 Joseph Sebold

Fr.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

10 Johnny Belskis

Fr.

QB/DB

Hill M.S., Naperville

57 Omar Carlton

Fr.

OL/DL

St. Therese, Aurora

11 Josh Hoffman

Fr.

WR/DB

St. Paul Lutheran, Aurora

59 Victor Ramos

Fr.

OL/DL

St. Rita, Aurora

14 Danny Lagatao

Fr.

RB/DB

St. Joseph, Aurora

60 Sebastian Warren

So.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

18 Austin Schiefer

So.

WR/DB

Harter M.S., Maple Park

65 Danny Eul

Fr.

OL/DL

Rotolo M.S., Batavia

20 Brandon Warren

Fr.

WR/LB

Annunciation, Aurora

66 Nigel Zelaya

Fr.

OL/DL

St. Joseph, Aurora

22 Adrian Garcia

Fr.

RB/DB

St. Therese, Aurora

67 John Weinz

Fr.

OL/DL

St. Paul Lutheran, Aurora

23 Kendall Smith

Fr.

RB/DB

Brooks M.S., Bolingbrook

70 Abrian Rosa

Fr.

OL/DL

Washington M.S., Aurora

24 David Rios

So.

WR/DB

O.L.G.C., Aurora

72 Brant Krpan

Fr.

OL/DL

St. Mary, DeKalb

30 Erik Castillo

Fr.

RB/DB

St. Therese, Aurora

73 T.J. Colon

Fr.

OL/DL

Fischer M.S., Aurora

31 Taggart Coxon

Fr.

WR/DB

St. Mary Immaculate, Plainfield

74 Micah Miller

So.

OL/DL

St. Peter, Aurora

32 Patrick Flanagan

Fr.

RB/DB

Hinckley B-R M.S., Hinckley

75 Jacob Ishmael

Fr.

OL/DL

O.L.G.C., Aurora

33 Nick Spagnola

So.

RB/LB

Herget M.S., North Aurora

76 Mitch Feltes

So.

OL/DL

Annunciation, Aurora

34 Matt Sternberg

So.

RB/LB

Annunciation, Aurora

78 Liam Doyle

Fr.

OL/DL

Holy Angels, Aurora

35 Evan Schuetz

So.

RB/LB

St. Joseph, Aurora

79 Jairo Varela

Fr.

OL/DL

St. Joseph, Aurora

42 Jake Rakas

Fr.

RB/DB

Traughber J.H., Oswego

83 Dylan Baker

Fr.

TE/LB

Hinckley B-R M.S., Hinckley

49 Joey Cuevas

Fr.

RB/LB

Holy Angels, Aurora

85 Thomas Canning

Fr.

WR/LB

Bednarcik J.H., Oswego

50 Chris Pedersen

So.

OL/LB

St. Mary, DeKalb

88 Jimmy Laurenti

Fr.

WR/DB

St. Mary Immaculate, Plainfield

52 Cayden Myhre

So.

OL/LB

Simmons M.S., Aurora

89 Ross Cortino

So.

TE/LB

Harter M.S., Maple Park

53 Joe Dempsey

So.

OL/DL

Hill M.S., Naperville

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2012 Season Recap

Week 1: Week 2: Week 3: Week 4: Week 5: Week 6: Week 7: Week 8: Week 9: 1st Round:

Schedule

ACC – 25 ACC – 42 ACC – 0 ACC – 59 ACC – 26 ACC – 42 ACC – 59 ACC – 7 ACC – 7 ACC – 23

Pontiac – 15 Oostburg – 12 IC – 33 Chicago Christian – 19 St. Edward – 7 Walther Lutheran – 7 Guerin Prep – 0 Marmion Academy – 42 Montini Catholic – 38 St. Joseph Ogden – 42

Suburban Christian Gold Standings School Overall Conf. Aurora Central Catholic*^ 6-3 4-3 Immaculate Conception*^ 6-3 4-3 Wheaton Academy* 4-5 4-3 Walther Lutheran 2-7 2-4 Chicago Christian 2-7 1-5 Guerin Prep 1-8 0-6 *Conference Champion – ACC wins tiebreaker ^Playoff Qualifier

Team Awards Team MVP: Offensive Player of the Year: Defensive Player of the Year: Sp. Teams Player of the Year: Co-Most Improved Player: Co-Most Improved Player: “Charger” Award: Fr. Reardon Award: Lineman of the Year:

Izzy Rosa Steven Amoni Steve Belovich Mike O’Donnell Alec Licar Josiah Padilla Joe Cisneros Cody Ekstrom Izzy Rosa

Conference Awards SCC “Player of the Year”: Steven Amoni SCC “Defensive Player of the Year”: Izzy Rosa 1st Team All-Conference: Steven Amoni, Steve Belovich, Joe Cisneros, Cody Ekstrom, Jake McCarthy, Tyler Nelson, Izzy Rosa Honorable Mention All-Conference: Brian Bohr, Jacob Holzer, Alec Licar, Mike O’Donnell, Josiah Padilla Special Mention All-Conference: Tony Hizo, Javy Liz, Mikey Malawski, Matt Rahn

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Team Stats

Category ACC Opp. Scoring 285 214 Points per Game 28.5 21.4 First Downs 129 103 Rushing Yards 2,629 1,375 Rushing Touchdowns 34 20 Passing Yards 667 1,058 Passing Touchdowns 5 10 Total Offense 3,296 2,433 Total Plays 504 440 Yards per Play 6.5 5.5 Yards per Game 329.6 243.3 Turnovers 13 16 Penalties 40-357 49-430 3rd Down Pct. 36% 39% 4th Down Pct. 50% 50% Red Zone Scores 28-33 20-24 Score by Qtr. 1 2 3 4 Total ACC 77 92 65 51 285 Opponents 41 89 47 37 214

Individual Stats

Passing Comp-Att-Int Yds. TD Matt Rahn 13-27-2 268 2 Matt Schaefer 16-32-2 253 2 Drake Reidy 12-34-2 125 1 Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD

Steven Amoni Brian Bohr Steve Belovich Julian Rios

163 1,056 6.5 105 652 6.2 56 303 5.4 25 275 11.0

10 6 5 6

Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Jake McCarthy 11 223 20.3 2 Brian Bohr 9 160 17.8 2 Matt Nass 2 42 21.0 0 Sean Anger 4 44 11.0 1 Defense Tack. Sack INT FR Steve Belovich 97 1.5 1 1 Izzy Rosa 86 4.5 0 0 Cody Ekstrom 83 0.0 0 2


Conference Championship & Playoff Qualifying Teams

Past Season Results

Year W-L-T Pct. 1968: 2-7 .222 1969: 5-4 .555 1970: 8-1 .888 1971: 1-8 .111 1972: 3-5-1 .333 1973: 7-2 .777 1974: 6-4 .600 1975: 7-2-1 .700 1976: 5-4 .555 1977: 8-2 .800 1978: 4-5 .444 1979: 5-5 .500 1980: 5-4 .555 1981: 4-5 .444 1982: 7-3 .700 1983: 7-2 .777 1984: 7-2 .777 1985: 7-3 .700 1986: 7-4 .636 1987: 2-7 .222 1988: 8-2 .800 1989: 3-6 .333 1990: 2-6 .250 1991: 11-1 .916 1992: 5-4 .555 1993: 7-3 .700 1994: 10-3 .769 1995: 9-2 .818 1996: 8-3 .727 1997: 6-4 .600 1998: 2-7 .222 1999: 4-5 .444 2000: 3-6 .333 2001: 4-5 .444 2002: 3-6 .333 2003: 2-7 .222 2004: 0-9 .000 2005: 2-7 .222 2006: 1-8 .111 2007: 2-7 .222 2008: 0-9 .000 2009: 1-8 .111 2010: 3-6 .333 2011: 4-5 .444 2012: 6-4 .600

Total:

213-212-1

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1973:

PSL Conference Champions

1988: PSL Conference Champions* 1st Round State Playoffs

1974: PSL Conference Champions – 1st Round State Playoffs 1975:

1st Round State Playoffs

1976:

PSL Conference Champions*

1977: PSL Conference Champions – 1st Round State Playoffs

1986:

2nd Round State Playoffs

1993

1st Round State Playoffs

1994:

State Semifinals

1996: PSL Conference Champions – 2nd Round State Playoffs 1997: 1st Round State Playoffs 2012: SCC Gold Champions* 1st Round State Playoffs *Tied for Conference Championship

1982: PSL Conference Champions – 1st Round State Playoffs 1st Round State Playoffs

PSL Conference Champions – State Quarterfinals

1995: PSL Conference Champions – 2nd Round State Playoffs

1979: PSL Conference Champions* 1st Round State Playoffs

1985:

1991:

All-Time Playoff Results 1974: 1 Round ACC 22 – Geneseo (Darnell) 38

1993: 1st Round ACC 21 – Spring Valley Hall 28

1975: 1st Round ACC 0 – Geneva 20

1994: 1st Round ACC 21 – Nazareth Academy 14 2nd Round ACC 12 –Evergreen Park 7

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1977: 1st Round ACC 6 –Benet Academy 27 1979: 1st Round ACC 7 –Benet Academy 34 1982: 1st Round ACC 0 –Geneva 49 1985: 1st Round ACC 22 –Lisle 39 1986: 1st Round ACC 26 – Stillman Valley 14 2nd Round ACC 6 – Herscher 21 1988: 1st Round ACC 20 –Yorkville 28 1991: 1st Round ACC 13 – Peotone 6 2nd Round ACC 12 –Nazareth Academy 10 Quarterfinals ACC 0 – Driscoll Catholic 42

Quarterfinals ACC 25 – Marian Central Catholic 6

Semifinals ACC 21 – Bloomington Central Catholic 27 (OT)

1995: 1st Round ACC 25 – Lena Winslow 0 2nd Round ACC 8 – Hampshire 14 1996: 1st Round ACC 42 – Peru-St. Bede 13 2nd Round ACC 12 – Walther Lutheran 28 1997: 1st Round ACC 15 – Harvard 28 2012: 1st Round ACC 23 – St. Joseph-Ogden 42

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Individual Records

Points Scored

Career: 270, George Monaco (1990-1991) Season: 200, George Monaco (1991) Game: 29, George Monaco vs. Chicago Austin (1991)

Touchdowns

Career: 37, George Monaco (1990-1991) Season: 28, George Monaco (1991) Game: 4, Dick Soris vs. Luther North (1973) 4, Jeff Watkins vs. Nazareth (1985) 4, George Monaco vs. Chicago Austin (1991) 4, Tom Curry vs. Luther South (1992) 4, Mark Wolf vs. Marian Central Catholic (2001)

Rushing Attempts

Career: 552, Steve Cruz (1992-1994) Season: 282, Steve Cruz (1994) Game: 39, Dan Regnier vs. Walther Lutheran (1976)

Rushing Yards

Career: 3,077, Steve Cruz (1992-1994) Season: 1,732 George Monaco (1991) Game: 292, Adam Bohr vs. Rockford Lutheran (2001)

Yards per Carry Average

Career: 7.7, Archie Vargas (1969-1971) 7.7, Bob Downs (1969-1971) Season: 11.0, Julian Rios (2012) Game: 26.0, Steve Belovich vs. Oostburg (2012)

Passing Attempts

Career: 622, Aaron Rozanski (2001-2003) Season: 347, Aaron Rozanski (2003) Game: 47, Aaron Rozanski vs. Montini Catholic (2003)

Passing Completions

Career: 343, Michael Adams (2006-2008) Season: 173, Aaron Rozanski (2003) Game: 30, Aaron Rozanski vs. St. Francis (2003)

Passing Yards

Career: 4,261, Michael Adams (2006-2008) Season: 2,073, Aaron Rozanski (2003) Game: 423, Aaron Rozanski vs. St. Francis (2003)

Passing Touchdowns

Career: 36, Jeff Pawlowski (1984-1985) Season: 21, Jeff Pawlowski (1985) Game: 6, Michael Adams vs. St. Edward (2007)

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Pass Receptions

Career: 113, Mark Adams (2005-2007) Season: 59, Mark Adams (2007) 59, Andy Swanson (2003) Game: 11, Andy Swanson vs. Marmion Academy (2003)

Receiving Yards

Career: 1,514, Mark Adams (2005-2007) Season: 823, Mark Adams (2007) Game: 212, Dave Matthew vs. St. Edward (2002)

Receiving Touchdowns

Career: 19, Mark Adams (2005-2007) Season: 9, Mark Adams (2003) Game: 3, Mark Adams vs. St. Edward (2007) 3, Kyle Edwards vs. St. Edward (2007)

Yards per Catch Average

Career: 40.0, Greg Precup (1988-1989) Season: 40.0, Greg Precup (1989) Game: 29.5, Mark Adams vs. St. Edward (2007)

Total Yards

Career: 6,105, Michael Adams (2006-2008) Season: 2,729, Aaron Rozanski (2003) Game: 573, Aaron Rozanski vs. St. Francis (2003)

Solo Tackles

Career: 105, Aaron Saling (1990-1992) Season: 69, Doug Regnier (1991) 69, Aaron Saling (1992) Game: 16, Corey Thompson vs. Nazareth (1998)

Assisted Tackles

Career: 272, Joe Curry (1993-1995) Season: 111, Joe Curry (1994) Game: 19, Todd Murphy vs. St. Francis (2001)

QB Sacks

Career: 11, Mike Davis (1987-1988) Season: 11, Mike Davis (1988) Game: 3, Patrick Marcoux vs. Rockford Lutheran (2011)

Interceptions

Career: 10, Mark Wolf (1999-2001) Season: 7, Sam Entile (1991) Game: 3, Sam Entile vs. Luther North (1991) 3, Marcus King vs. ESL Assumption (1988)

Fumble Recoveries

Career: 5, Nate Kunkel (1993-1994) 5, Tim Pecharich (1994-1995) 5, Ryan Platt (1995-1997) 5, Chuck Gainey (2000-2002) Season: 5, Ryan Platt (1996) Game: 3, Chuck Gainey vs. Marmion Academy (2001)

Kickoff Return Yards

Career: 1,005, Mark Adams (2005-2007) Season: 359, Chad Roscoe (2007) Game: 177, Alex Schaefer vs. Marian Central Catholic (2009)

Punt Return Yards

Career: 535, George Monaco (1990-1991) Season: 341, Ozzie Garcia (1997) Game: 101, Mark Adams vs. St. Edward (2006)

Punts

Career: 99, Michael Adams (2006-2008) Season: 42, Tim Kramer (2005) Game: 10, Kevin Hopp vs. Marmion Academy (1999)

Yards per Punt Average

Career: 36.4, Steve Carroll (2009-2010) Season: 36.4, Steve Carroll (2010) Game: 48.8, Steve Carroll vs. Chicago Christian (2010)

Extra Point Kicks

Career: 70, Rick Cormany (1984-1985) Season: 36, John Seppelfrick (1996) Game: 8, Josh Resch vs. Luther North (1995) 8, Mike Morge vs. Luther North (1996) 8, Kendal Reed vs. Michigan Lutheran (2009) 8, Michael O’Donnell vs. Chicago Christian (2012)

Field Goals

Career: 5, Michael O’Donnell (2011-2012) Season: 5, Michael O’Donnell (2012) Game: 2, Mike Morge vs. Walther Lutheran (1986) 2, Alex Seiner vs. Walther Lutheran (1989) 2, Michael O’Donnell vs. St. Edward (2012)

2-Point Conversions

Career: 14, Steve Cruz (1992-1994) Season: 8, Steve Cruz (1994) Game: 3, Mark Wolf vs. Marian Central Catholic (2001)


Career Statistic Leaders

Scoring

1. George Monaco (1990-1991) 2. Steve Cruz (1992-1994) 3. Jeff Watkins (1984-1986) 4. Bob Downs (1969-1971) 5. Michael Adams (2006-2008) 6. Mark Adams (2005-2007) 7. Archie Vargas (1969-1971) 8. Joe Berenyi (1984-1986) 9. Paul Walter (1996-1997) 10. Bob Platt (1993-1995) 11. Steven Amoni (2010-2012) 12. Ben Nameche (1993-1995) 13. Mark Tomse (1993-1994) 14. Chuck Meredith (1987-1988) 15. Dan Moore (1999-2000) 16. Aldwin Turnage (1988-1989) 17. Kyle Clechenko (2010-2011) 18. Ozzie Garcia (1996-1997) 19. Doug Bohr (1998-1999) 20. Dan Cosentino (1994-1996)

Rusher Yards

270 262 160 153 151 138 122 120 112 110 102 102 95 94 92 84 80 80 78 78

1. Steve Cruz (1992-1994) 3,077 2. George Monaco (1990-1991) 2,241 3. Jeff Watkins (1984-1986) 2,026 4. Archie Vargas (1969-1971) 1,992 5. Michael Adams (2006-2008) 1,840 6. Bob Downs (1969-1971) 1,729 7. Steven Amoni (2010-2012) 1,702 8. Dan Moore (1999-2000) 1,454 9. Ben Nameche (1993-1995) 1,390 10. Kyle Clechenko (2010-2011) 1,371 11. Joe Berenyi (1984-1986) 1,340 12. Aaron Rozanski (2001-2003) 1,277 13. Adam Bohr (2000-2002) 1,172 14. Paul Walter (1996-1997) 1,152 15. Aldwin Turnage (1988-1989) 1,125 16. Dan Dolan (1995-1997) 1,122

17. Doug Bohr (1998-1999) 1,023 18. Jeremy Watkins (1993-1994) 964 19. Tony Hopp (1989-1990) 884 20. Jeff Stoudt (1988) 861

Passing Yards

1. Michael Adams (2006-2008) 2. Aaron Rozanski (2001-2003) 3. Jeff Pawlowski (1984-1985) 4. Tim Peterson (1995-1996) 5. Jim Buss (1987-1988) 6. Mark Tomse (1993-1994) 7. Tom Kucharski (1990-1991) 8. Tim Kramer (2004-2005) 9. Brad Hulke (1996-1997) 10. Bill Csendas (1969-1971) 11. Mike Morge (1985-1986) 12. Dave Wagner (1982-1983) 13. Tony Hopp (1989-1990)

Receiving Yards

4,261 3,637 3,175 2,078 1,998 1,910 1,885 1,814 1,715 1,473 1,273 1,215 1,197

1. Mark Adams (2005-2007) 1,541 2. Mike Benjamin (2003-2005) 1,112 3. Chuck Meredith (1987-1988) 1,086 4. Lamar Mason (1984-1985) 1,053 5. Dave Mathew (2002-2003) 1,029 6. Dan Cosentino (1994-1996) 1,019 7. Andy Swanson (2002-2003) 1,009 8. Ozzie Garcia (1996-1997) 826 9. Kyle Edwards (2006-2007) 775 10. Chad Peterson (1992-1994) 680 11. Mark Fezekas (1982-1983) 668 12. George Monaco (1990-1991) 619 13. Mark Brauweiler (2007-2008) 612 14. Bob Platt (1993-1995) 568 15. Matt Wagner (2007-2008) 552 16. Ben Torrance (1995-1996) 492 17. Marcus King (1988-1989) 485

18. Jeff Watkins (1984-1985) 19. Keith Klein (1990-1991) 20. Kevin Klein (1997-1998)

Tackles

1. Joe Curry (1993-1995) 2. Ryan Platt (1995-1997) 3. Todd Murphy (1999-2002) 4. Bill Curry (1996-1998) 5. John Nelson (1994-1995) 6. Eloy Davila (1996-1998) 7. Pat Langan (1993-1994) 8. Aaron Saling (1990-1992) 9. Tyler Scott (2007-2009) 10. Curt Hurd (2000-2002) 11. Jim Beamon (1995-1997) 12. Nick Holzer (2010-2011) 13. Doug Regnier (1990-1991) 14. Nick Swanson (1999-2000) 15. Chuck Gainey (2000-2002) 16. Bob Platt (1993-1995) 17. Steve Belovich (2010-2012) 18. Tyler Nelson (2010-2012) 19. Tim Pecharich (1993-1995) 20. Mike Benjamin (2003-2005) 21. Mike Becker (1991-1992) 22. Corey Thompson (1988-1989) 23. Chris Capodice (1991-1992) 24. Andrew Scott (2007-2009) 25. Mark Wolf (1999-2002) 26. Andy Swanson (2002-2003) 27. Tony Bohr (2003-2005) 28. Andy Bohr (1993-1994) 29. Chad Peterson (1992-1994) 30. Mark Adams (2005-2007) 31. Adam Bohr (2000-2002) 32. Matt Benjamin (2002-2003) 33. Noure Khoury (1999-2000) 34. Andy Oros (1990-1991)

444 438 438 329 272 268 257 231 224 222 218 211 207 204 201 184 183 172 167 166 161 159 156 154 151 149 149 147 147 145 144 140 138 136 135 134 130

35. Phil Bergeron (1992-1993) 36. Josh Resch (1994-1995) 37. Kyle Bisbee (2003-2004) 38. Izzy Rosa (2010-2012) 39. Ozzie Garcia (1995-1997) 40. Tony Rios (1986-1987)

Interceptions

1. Mark Wolf (1999-2001) 2. Marcus King (1988-1989) 3. Andy Bohr (1993-1994) 4. Joe Curry (1993-1995) 5. Sam Entile (1991) 6. Mark Adams (2005-2007) 7. Bob Platt (1993-1995) 8. Mike Becker (1991-1992) 9. John Bohr (1983-1984) 10. Jeremiah Shupe (1998-1999)

Sacks

1. Mike Davis (1987-1988) 2. Jim Beamon (1995-1997) 3. Chad Peterson (1992-1994) 4. Josh Resch (1994-1995) 5. Ben Torrence (1995-1996) 6. Mike Lyle (1997-1998) 7. Izzy Rosa (2010-2012) 8. John Belovich (2008-2010) 9. Mike Benjamin (2003-2005) 10. Adam Bohr (2000-2002)

ACC Active Leaders Scoring – Brian Bohr (Sr.) Passing – Matt Rahn (Jr.) Rushing – Brian Bohr (Sr.) Receiving – Brian Bohr (Sr.) Tackles – Jacob Holzer (Sr.) Interceptions – Matt Rahn (Jr.) Sacks – Tony Hizo (Sr.)

130 127 126 126 124 123 10 8 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 11 9 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 60 268 811 197 117 2 3

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All-Time Team Records

Win Streaks

Most Consecutive Wins: 11, 1991 Most Consecutive Conference Wins: 9, 1995-1996

Season Scoring

Most Points Scored: 387, 1996 Least Points Scored: 49, 2004

Opponent Season Scoring Most Points Allowed: 380, 2007 Least Points Allowed: 60, 1973

Game Scoring

Most Points Scored: 69 vs. Luther North, 1996 Least Points Scored: 0, Multiple Times

Opponent Game Scoring Most Points Allowed: 62 vs. Driscoll, 2007 Least Points Allowed: 0, Multiple Times

Rushing Yards

Season: 2,629, 2012 Game: 454 vs. Chicago Christian, 1991

Rushing Touchdowns Season: 45, 1994 Game: 8 vs. Guerin Prep, 2012

Passing Yards

Season: 2,073, 2003 Game: 423 vs. St. Francis, 2003

Passing Touchdowns Season: 21, 1994 Game: 6 vs. St. Edward, 2007

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Interceptions

Season: 20, 1994 Game: 4 vs. Chicago Christian, 2011

Sacks

Season: 28, 1991 Game: 8 vs. Rockford Lutheran, 2011

Fumble Recoveries

Season: 22, 1994 Game: 7 vs. Marmion Academy, 2001

Blocked Kicks

Season: 7, 2011 Game: 3 vs. Walther Lutheran, 2011

Longest Plays

Touchdown Run: 92 Yards, Dan Moore vs. Aurora Christian, 2000 Touchdown Pass: 92 Yards, Jim Buss to Chuck Meredith vs. Waubonsie Valley, 1987 Interception for Touchdown: 91 Yards Chuck Meredith vs. Waubonsie Valley, 1988 Fumble Return for Touchdown: 82 Yards, Dan Damschen vs. St. Edward, 2002 Kickoff Return for Touchdown: 92 Yards, Chuck Meredith vs. ESL Assumption, 1988 Punt Return for Touchdown: 75 Yards, Ozzie Garcia vs. Driscoll, 1997 Field Goal: 41 Yards, Jeremy Perez vs. Luther South, 1980 Punt: 68 Yards, Scott Scharrer vs. Marian Central Catholic, 1987

1971: Bob Downs – Northern Illinois University 1971: Rick Jakious – University of Wisconsin 1971: John Weber – Illinois Benedictine University 1971: Bob Padilla – University of Dubuque 1975: Tim Barkei – Eureka College 1977: Brett DeKing – North Central College 1979: Dan Edmeier – Loras College 1979: Paul Edmeier – Loras College 1980: Paul Perez – University of Oregon 1983: Leroy DeKing – North Central College 1983: Paul Piscoran – West Point Academy 1984: Dave Wagner – North Central College 1985: Mike Holzer – North Central College 1985: John Stull – Western Illinois University 1986: Kevin McCabe – Augustana College 1986: Morrell Pruitte – North Central College 1986: Jeff Watkins – Augustana College 1987: Jack Gieck – Aurora University 1987: Scott Scharrer – Aurora University


Alumni College Football

1988: Chad Braun – Illinois College

1997: Tim Peterson – MacMurray College*

2006: Jim Gaddis – Aurora University

1988: Mike Davis – St. Ambrose University

1997: Marchel Rogers – Southern Illinois University

2006: Jesus Gonzalez – Aurora University

1988: Chris Kulbartz – Joliet Junior College

1998: Joe Curry – Indiana State/Univ. of St. Francis*

2007: Billy Balderas – College of DuPage

1988: Dave Moisa – St. Ambrose University

1998: Joe Hopp Jr. – Monmouth College

2007: Kyle Edwards – North Park University

1989: Joe Garcia – Aurora University

1998: Brad Hulke – Monmouth College

2007: Chad Roscoe – Univ. of Wisconsin-Platteville

1989: Jamie Rivera – Illinois Valley College

1998: Tim Wolf – Carroll College

2008: Michael Adams – North Central College

1989: Corey Thompson – North Central College

1998: Larry Gainey – Loras College

2008: Tom Barkei – Iowa Wesleyan University

1989: Aldwin Turnage – UNLV

1999: Jeremiah Shupe – Rockford College

2009: Robert Reier – Univ. of Wisconsin-Platteville

1991: George Monaco – Aurora University

1999: Kevin Hopp – Loras College

2009: Alex Schaefer – Univ. of Wisconsin-Platteville

1991: Doug Regnier – Augustana College

2000: Rory Quinn – St. Ambrose University

2010: John Belovich – Loras College

1992: Aaron Saling – St. Ambrose University

2002: Todd Murphy – Aurora University

2010: Adam Blake – Aurora University

1994: Chris Rozanski – North Central College

2003: Adam Bohr – Illinois Wesleyan University

2010: Kent Brauweiler – Iowa Wesleyan University

1995: Steve Cruz – St. Ambrose University

2003: Chuck Gainey – Loras College

2010: Nick Mytnik – Joliet Junior College

1995: Nate Kinkel – St. Ambrose University

2003: Craig Hurd – St. Ambrose University

2011: Joe Anger – Valparaiso University

1995: Pat Langan – St. Ambrose University

2004: Matt Benjamin – St. Ambrose University

2012: Steven Amoni – Illinois Wesleyan University

1995: Chad Peterson – North Park College

2004: Colin Dart – St. John’s University (MN)

2012: Josiah Padilla – Benedictine University

1995: Bryan Rozanski – Illinois Benedictine College

2004: Aaron Rozanski – Iowa Wesleyan University

2012: Drake Reidy – Cornell College

1995: Quincy Turnage – Aurora University

2005: Mike Benjamin – University of St. Francis

2012: Izzy Rosa – Aurora University

1997: Jim Beamon – North Central College

2005: Luke Brauweiler – Beloit College

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Opponent Profiles

Website: http://www.oostburg.k12.wi.us/ohs

(Chicago) Bogan Quick Facts Location: Chicago, Illinois Enrollment: 1664 Nickname: Bengals Colors: Black and Orange Conference: Chicago Public – Illini Principal: Alahrie Aziz-Sims Athletic Dir.: Erick Ware Website: www.bogan.cps.k12.il

Football Facts Head Coach: Scott Ring Record @ Oostburg: 42-22 Career Record: 42-22 2011 Record: 2-7 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 16 (2011) State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 0-1

Football Facts Head Coach: Erick Ware Record @ Bogan: 3-5 Career Record: 3-5 2011 Record: 3-5 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 14 (2009) State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 0-0

Football Facts Head Coach: Bill Krefft Record @ IC: 7-4 Career Record: 7-4 2011 Record: 7-4 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 15 (2012) State Championships (Last): 2 (2008) All-Time vs. ACC: 15-2

Oostburg Quick Facts Location: Oostburg, Wisconsin Enrollment: 342 Nickname: Flying Dutchmen Colors: Red and White Conference: Central Lakeshore Principal: Scott Greupink Athletic Dir.: Molly Hengst

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Walther Lutheran Quick Facts Location: Melrose Park, Illinois Enrollment: 342 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Green and White Conference: Suburban Christian Gold Principal: Jim Craven Athletic Dir.: Todd Fisher Website: www.walther.com

Chicago Christian Quick Facts Location: Palos Park, Illinois Enrollment: 374 Nickname: Knights Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Suburban Christian Gold Principal: Bob Payne Athletic Dir.: Eric Brauer Website: www.swchristian.org

St. Edward Quick Facts Location: Elgin, Illinois Enrollment: 416 Nickname: Green Wave Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Suburban Christian Blue Principal: Fr. David Finn Athletic Dir.: P.J. White Website: www.stedhs.org

Football Facts Head Coach: Jim Bolhuis Record @ Chicago Christian: 2-16 Career Record: 2-16 2011 Record: 2-7 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 10 (2008) State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 0-17

Football Facts Head Coach: Mike Rolando Record @ St. Edward: 25-50 Career Record: 25-50 2011 Record: 2-7 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 4 (2010) State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 8-10

Immaculate Conception Quick Facts Location: Elmhurst, Illinois Enrollment: 349 Nickname: Knights Colors: Navy Blue and White Conference: Suburban Christian Gold Principal: Pamela Levar Athletic Dir.: Tom Schergen Website: www.ichsknights.org

Football Facts Head Coach: Bruce Tuomi Record @ Walther Lutheran: 54-43 Career Record: 54-43 2011 Record: 2-7 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 19 (2008) State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 6-1


Suburban Christian Conference Info Guerin Prep Quick Facts Location: River Grove, Illinois Enrollment: 513 Nickname: Gators Colors: Royal Blue and Silver Conference: Suburban Christian Gold Principal: Karen Booth Athletic Dir.: Phil Radtke Website: www.guerinprep.org Football Facts Head Coach: Tony Pecararo Record @ Guerin: 10-26 Career Record: 10-26 2011 Record: 1-8 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 0 State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 1-2

Marmion Academy Quick Facts Location: Aurora, Illinois Enrollment: 1026 Nickname: Cadets Colors: Navy Blue and Red Conference: Suburban Christian Blue Headmaster: TBD Athletic Dir.: Joe Chivari Website: www.marmion.org

Football Facts Head Coach: Dan Thorpe Record @ Marmion: 47-34 Career Record: 169-94 2011 Record: 4-5 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 12 (2011) State Championships (Last): 0 All-Time vs. ACC: 10-17-1

Montini Catholic Quick Facts Location: Lombard, Illinois Enrollment: 710 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Suburban Christian Blue Principal: Maryann O’Neill Athletic Dir.: Robert Landi Website: www.montini.org

Football Facts Head Coach: Chris Andriano Record @ Montini: 256-119 Career Record: 256-119 2011 Record: 12-2 Playoff Appearances. (Last): 25 (2012) State Championships (Last): 5 (2012) All-Time vs. ACC: 15-0

Suburban Christian Conference Gold Division

Week 1 (Aug. 30/31) ACC vs. Oostburg – 7:00pm St. Edward vs. Genoa Kingston – 7:00pm St. Francis vs. River. Brookfield – 7:00pm Walther Luth. @ Rockford Luth. – 7:00pm Marian C.C. @ Crystal Lake So. – 7:00pm Montini vs. Maine South – 7:30pm Marmion vs. Plainfield Cen. – 7:30pm Guerin @ Chicago Juarez (Sat.) – 1:00pm IC vs. Noble St. Charter (Sat) – 1:00pm Chicago Chr. @ No. Lawndale (Sat.) – 4:15pm Wheaton Acad. Aurora Chr. Week 2 (Sept. 6/7) St. Francis @ Plainfield South – 7:00pm Marian C.C. vs. McHenry – 7:00pm Marmion @ Ottawa – 7:30 Chicago Chr. @ Momence – 7:30pm IC @ Kaneland – 7:30pm ACC @ Chicago Bogan (Sat) – 1:00pm Guerin vs. Chicago Tilden (Sat.) – 1:00pm Walther Luth. vs. Fenton (Sat.) – 1:00pm St. Edward @ Hamilton (Sat.) – 2:00pm Montini @ E. St. Louis (Sat.) – 4:00pm Wheaton Acad. Aurora Chr.

Week 3 (Sept.13/14) Montini @ Wheaton Acad. – 7:00pm St. Edward @ Marmion – 7:30pm St. Francis @ Chicago Chr. – 7:30pm ACC @ IC (Sat.) – 1:00pm Marian C.C. @ Guerin (Sat.) – 1:00pm Aurora Chr. @ Walther Luth. (Sat.) – 1:00pm Week 4 (Sept.20/21) Chicago Chr. @ ACC – 7:00pm IC @ St. Edward – 7:00pm St. Francis @ Montini – 7:30pm Marmion @ Marian C.C. – 7:30pm Wheaton Acad. @ Aurora Chr. – 7:30pm Walther Luth. @ Guerin (Sat.) – 1:00pm Week 5 (Sept.27/28) St. Edward @ ACC – 7:00pm Aurora Chr. @ St. Francis – 7:00pm Walther Luth. @ Wheaton Acad. – 7:00pm Montini @ Marmion – 7:30pm Guerin @ Chicago Chr. – 7:30pm Marian C.C. @ IC (Sat.) – 1:00pm Week 6 (Oct.4/5) Chicago Chr. @ St. Edward – 7:00pm Guerin @ Wheaton Acad. – 7:00pm

IC @ Montini – 7:30pm St. Francis @ Marian C.C. – 7:30pm Marmion @ Aurora Chr. – 7:30pm ACC @ Walther Luth. (Sat.) – 1:00pm Week 7 (Oct.11/12) Wheaton Acad. @ St. Edward – 7:00pm Marian C.C. @ Montini – 7:30pm St. Francis @ Marmion – 7:30pm ACC @ Guerin Prep (Sat.) – 1:00pm Aurora Chr. @ IC (Sat.) – 1:00pm Chicago Chr. @ Walther Luth. (Sat.) – 1:00pm Week 8 (Oct.18/19) Marmion @ ACC – 7:00pm Guerin @ St. Francis – 7:00pm Montini @ Aurora Chr. – 7:30pm St. Edward @ Marian C.C. – 7:30pm Wheaton Acad. @ Chicago Chr. – 7:30pm Walther Luth. @ IC (Sat.) – 1:00pm Week 9 (Oct. 25/26) Montini @ ACC – 7:00pm Marian C.C. @ Wheaton Acad. – 7:00pm St. Edward @ St. Francis – 7:00pm IC @ Chicago Chr. – 7:30pm Marmion @ Walther Luth. (Sat.) – 1:00pm Aurora Chr. @ Guerin (Sat.) – 1:00pm

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2013 ACC CHARGER

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponent Location TIME _______________________________________________________________________________ August 30

Oostburg (WI)

ACC

7:00pm

September 7

(Chicago) Bogan

Chicago, IL

12:00pm

September 14

**Immaculate Conception

Elmhurst, IL

1:00pm

September 20

**Chicago Christian

ACC

7:00pm

September 27

**St. Edward - Homecoming

ACC

7:00pm

October 5

**Walther Lutheran

Melrose Park, IL

1:00pm

October 12

**Guerin Prep

River Grove, IL

1:00pm

October 18

**Marmion Academy

ACC

7:00pm

October 25 **Montini Catholic ACC 7:00pm _______________________________________________________________________________

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