Coach McDonnell- also known as Coach Mac has been coaching football for 7 seasons, six in the high school ranks. He has been on the Laser staff since 2018, where he joined as the defensive coordinator. In 2019 he was promoted to Head Coach. In his first season, he helped guide the Lasers to the playoffs for a school tying 3rd straight year, and marquee victories over CMH and Arrowhead. He strives to run a player-centered program and wants everyone to experience what football has to offer. Coach Mac has an extensive coaching background, having coached in Florida, Mississippi, and Ohio. During his six years of coaching high school, his position group has had 20 all-conference players, 8 all-area, 4 all-region, and 2 all-state players. He also played a major role in helping Olive Branch HS in Mississippi turn around the program from 0-11 to 12-2 in just one season, finishing 3rd in the state. Coach Mac also spent 3 years in video work at Wisconsin-Whitewater and spent a year with Hiram College in Ohio.
Coach McDonnell married his wife Allie in July of 2017. They had their first child, Myles, in August of 2019. Coach Mac is a special education teacher at Kettle Moraine Middle School.
You can follow Coach Mac on Twitter: @coach_mcdonnell and email him at email@example.com if you have any questions or want to talk about the Laser Football Program.
Coach Buchholz is in his 10th season coaching for Kettle Moraine. He coaches defensive line for our Lasers and 7 of those 10 years have been at the varsity level. During those 7 years, Coach Buchholz has coached 17 All-Conference, 5 All-Area, 2 All-Region and 1 All-State athletes. Coach Buchholz played high school football at Port Washington from 1990-1993. He continued his football playing career at Carroll University from 1993-1997 where he was awarded Team Captain as well as earning 1st Team All-Conference honors at defensive end. The Pioneers went on to become Conference Champs that year. Coach Buchholz also coaches softball at Kettle Moraine.
While attending Carroll University Coach Buchholz earned his BS in Education while minoring in Early Childhood. He quickly went on to earn his Masters in Education through Aurora University. Right out of college, Coach Buchholz landed a teaching position in kindergarten at Cushing Elementary. He is currently in his 21st year teaching at Cushing. In 2016, Coach Buchholz became a published author with a math unit called Shaping Up the Yard. Just this year, Coach Buchholz was also awarded the Innovator of the Year award for Kettle Moraine. He lives in Waukesha with his wife Christa and two children, Claudia and Cade.
Coach Buchholz can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coach Yarbrough, also known as Coach Yarby, is entering his 8th year coaching football and track at KM. During his tenure at KM, Coach Yarbrough has served as QB’s coach, WR’s coach, RB’s coach, freshman head coach, JV offensive coordinator and Varsity offensive coordinator. Since arriving at KM coach Yarbrough has coached multiple All State, All Region and All Conference players. In 2014 Coach Yarbrough was selected as the Classic 8 Offensive Assistant Coach of the Year and WIAA SE Region Offensive Assistant of the Year.
This will be Coach Yarbrough’s 20th year coaching varsity football in Wisconsin with previous coaching stints at Brookfield East, Mukwonago, Waukesha North, and LaCrosse Logan. He graduated from UW - LaCrosse with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science and teaches PE at Wales Elementary. Coach Yarbrough is originally from Oklahoma where he graduated from Westmoore HS and went on to play football at the University of Oklahoma before transferring to UWL. Coach Yarbrough played football and ran track while at UWL, earning All American honors in track and field and helping capture a national championship in 2001.
Coach Yarbrough is married to his wife Sarah and they have three beautiful kids; Everett 10, Adeline 8, and Leila 5.
You can follow Coach Yarbrough on twitter: @yarby03 if you have questions about Laser football you can email him email@example.com
Coach Dan Emanuele - also known as Coach E starts his second season coaching with the Lasers focused on Offensive and Defensive Line. Coach E played HS football in Foxboro, MA where he was a 3yr All Conference Player and Selected to the Shriners All State Team his Senior year. Following HS Coach E went on to play at Wagner College in NY (Div 1 FCS) as a scholarship athlete for Football and Track & Field. During this time playing at Wagner he earned a starting position as a Freshman at Right Tackle and then transition to Center his Junior year having finished starting in 42 of 44 games. He was an NEC all Conference Selection (Junior and Senior year), Pre-Season All American, Selected for the NCAA Leadership Council and Elected Captain of the team his Senior year.
Graduating in 2005 with a Bachelor Degree in Business Management and a Minor in Psychology, Coach E started his career in Telecom sales before transitioning to Cyber Intelligence and has been in that field for the past 12 years. The passion for football never left after college and once settling in Genesee Depot, WI he decided to get more involved in the community and started coaching in the summer of 2019.
Coach E can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-225-3718
Coach Ian Dretzka began his first football season as the Offensive line coach. His duties also include the Offensive Coordinator for the Junior Varsity team.
Coach Dretzka is a proud graduate of Kettle Moraine High School from 2015. He is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture and Applied Economics. While Studying at UW, he played 2 seasons with the Badgers Football team at several positions including right guard, left guard, center and right tackle. After football, he continued his athletic career by walking onto the wrestling team and finishing his season at 7-4.
Coach Dretzka not only coaches football for the Lasers, but wrestling as well. He is very excited to be a part of the program under Coach Mcdonnell and looks forward to assisting in the weight room as a strength and conditioning coach. He currently lives in his recently purchased home in Oconomowoc with his girlfriend, Savannah.
Coach Schroeder is entering his first season coaching Quarterbacks at Kettle Moraine. He coached last season at Lakeland University as the Passing Game Coordinator, Wide Receivers and H Backs Coach as well as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. During his three seasons at Lakeland University, he coached 7 All-Conference Wide Receivers and Tight Ends as well as one All-American Wide Receiver.
In 2017 he was a part of an offense that broke the NCAA record for most yards per game. In 2018 he aided in coordinating the top offense in the Northern Athletic Collegiate Conference and in 2019 aided in coordinating a top 5 rushing offense in all of Division 3 football. While coaching at Lakeland University he earned a BA in History and a MBA in Finance.
Coach Schroeder can be reached at email@example.com.
Coach Mike Hill is entering his second year coaching at Kettle Moraine. Last year, Coach Hill coached the tight-ends but this year he’s making the transition to the running backs coach. Coach Hill was apart of the Lakeland University Muskies located in Plymouth, Wi, for five years. Coach Hill has played football since he was seven years old up until his last season at Lakeland in 2018. He plans to become a college coach one day to continue his dreams of being around the game of football.
Coach Hill can be reached via email at: Hilliardm@lakeland.edu
Or by cell: 313-888-2804
Coach Martinez is heading into his second year as the inside linebacker coach at Kettle Moraine. Coach Martinez continued his playing career at Monmouth College where he played linebacker for one year before transferring. He then graduated from Lakeland University with his BA in Biology in 2019 where he played football for three years, a member of a team which won two conference championships and back to back playoff appearances. Coach Martinez currently lives in Oconomowoc with his fiancee Kaitlyn.
Coach Anthony Crivello starts his first season coaching with the Lasers as the Outside Linebacker Coach and Defensive Coordinator.
Coach Crivello played HS football in Clinton, WI, and also attended Beloit College, playing defensive line and linebacker. While studying at Beloit College, he earned a bachelor degree in Marketing and Communications. This is his sixth year coaching, having previously held positions at Nicolet High School, New Berlin West, and a GA at Beloit College.
Coach Crivello can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-295-6340
Coach Brad James is entering his first season at Kettle Moraine, coaching the defensive backs. He will also be coaching the freshman football team and assisting Coach Mac with the Junior Laser program. Last year, Coach James coached wide receivers at Arrowhead High School. He began his football coaching career with the Lake Country Chiefs youth football organization and coached 4 years.
Coach James lives in Dousman with his wife and three children Noah (Freshman, St. Norbert College), Emma (Class of 2021 KMHS) and Kylie (5th grade Dousman Elementary).
Coach James can be reached via email at email@example.com
Or by cell: 414-870-0740
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