Monarchs are ready
By Dave Merchant firstname.lastname@example.org
A new coach and an attitude to make the playoffs makes things look good for the Cabrini
Monarchs. Brian O’Brycki is back at the helm and ready to roll.
His six seniors who he considers the foundation to build the team around are all captains:
senior Jackson Stanley 6-5, 235 pounds at tight end and defensive end; Logan Heath 5-11,
220 at tailback and middle linebacker; Nick Ballas 5-8, 166 wide receiver, quarterback and
Jonas Raiha is a 6-0, 225 middle linebacker and offensive tackle; Benjamin Beluzo is a 6-2,
215 defensive and offensive tackle and Damien King is a 6-1, 180 fullback and linebacker.
Other seniors are Kule O’Boyle 6-2, 205 outride lineman and defensive end. Daniel Banisovich
is a wide receiver.
Sophomore Ryan Kugelman 5-8, 155 will play quarterback and defensive back. One final
sophomore with fame is Joel Corvus 5-9 , 135 who plays cornerback, wide receiver and running
Other key players on the team are sophomore Derek Ballas, juniors Ted Williams, Jacob Roman,
Darian Syska. More good players are Daniel Szasranski, junior Matt Schultz and center Antonio
“We’ve got some good kids,” O’Brycki said. “We can run.”
O’Brycki said they play Riverview Gabriel Richard at Ford Field, Lutheran North and University
The locals open at home against Detroit Voyager at 7 pm on Thursday, August 29.
“I am very excited,” he said. “Excited to coach at the school I went to and a second chance to