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8th Annual Sam Beres Soccer Tournament
The Eighth Annual Sam Beres Soccer Tournament will take place on Labor Day weekend, August31-September 1, 2012, at the home field that CMH shares with Waukesha South High School located at 401 E. Roberta Ave., Waukesha. Proceeds will be donated to the Medical College of Wisconsin for leukemia research.
The tournament is held in memory of Sam Beres who lost his battle with leukemia in April 2000 at age 6. Sam Beres was the nephew of Catholic Memorial's (CMH) varsity soccer coach and alumnus, John Bisswurm ’77, and brother of CMH JV soccer coach and alumnus, Jordan Beres ‘09.
The alumni soccer game will follow the championship match. All former players, no matter the age, are encouraged to participate.
In addition to raising money for leukemia, the CMH boys’ soccer team is collecting new or gently used soccer gear for children in Guatemala. Donations will be accepted at the tournament.
Friday, August 31
- 5 p.m. CMH vs. Milwaukee Hamilton
- 7 p.m. Racine St. Catherine vs. Greendale
Saturday, September 1
- 9 am Consolation match
- 11 am Championship match
- 1:30 pm CMH soccer alumni match
- Adults: $5
- Students and Seniors: $3
- Children 6 and under: Free
|Where||Waukesha South High School 401 E Roberta Ave, Waukesha, WI 53186|
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|Price||Adults: $5.00; Students and Seniors: $3.00; Children 6 and under: Free|
More About Waukesha South High School
Waukesha South High School is the oldest high school in the Waukesha School District and also possesses the most diverse student population. The school serves students who attended Central Middle School and Horning Middle School. Some students and faculty call South "Harvard on the hill" as a boast about academic achievements and the school's location on top of a large hill on East Roberta Avenue.