Head Cross Country Coach Jim Kearney has announced his retirement from coaching. Kearney coached the Hilltoppers for 37 consecutive seasons, including 35 as head coach. Kearney led the Hilltoppers to 11 WISAA State Championships and most recently two WIAA runner-up titles (2009 and 2010) and two third-place honors (2007 and 2008) at the State Championships. He was inducted into the WCCCA Hall of Fame in 1995. Kearney will continue to teach at Marquette High and begins his 39th year of teaching this fall at MUHS (53 years teaching overall). JSONLINE Story
Senior Harrison Ott, who led the Hilltoppers to the WIAA Division 1 state title last year, shot a 4-under-par 68 and captured medalist honors at the 27-team Washington County Invite. Ott's score was the lowest at this tournament in at least 12 years. The Hilltoppers captured the team title shooting an impressive 300 to top runner-up Arrowhead (306) and third-place Wauwatosa East (315). See JSOnline for complete story.
Marquette High offers a variety of sports and performance camps for boys in Grades 4 - 12. Programs are taught by MUHS coaches and fitness staff. Camps include football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, hockey and performance/fitness. Camp details and registration forms are available on the school website: Sport Camps
Current students are encouraged to register now for summer opportunities through the Noack Strength & Fitness Center. Programs include athletic workout sessions, pre-season camps, speed & agility camp and vertical jump camp. Click here for Registration Form. Parents or students with questions may contact Coach Mike Duehring, director of performance and fitness, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior Tom Dineen headed to the WIAA state wrestling tournament in Madison to compete in the 106 pound class. He is the son of Marquette High Wrestling Coach Tom Dineen. Go to JSONLINE story.
The Hilltoppers beat Green Bay Preble 1-0 to win the WIAA Division 1 State Championship. The Hilltoppers won their third straight state title, their sixth in seven years and 12th since 2000. Read JSOnline story.