The Coaches

Head Coach: Vincent Sciano

Current Job: Math and AVID teacher at North High School

College/major: UW-Oshkosh Secondary Education

College Sports/coaching: Played Defensive End for 4 years. Coached D-line for 4 years

Highschool Sports: Football, Wrestling, Baseball at Greendale high school

Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Smoking meats

Family: Married to Lindsey Sciano and have 2 dogs (Luna and Stella)

Random Fact: Lost Stella for 6 days in the up-north woods (great story, ask me about it)

Interesting Fact: I have a youtube video that has 140k+ views

Coaching belief: It is my goal for this program to teach leadership, character development, and build a team the community can be proud of both on and off the field.

Varsity QB and Offensive Coordinator: Dominic Freres

Current Job: Math teacher at Golda Meir School

College/major: UW-Milwaukee, Secondary Education

Highschool Sports: Football, baseball, track at Brookfield East High School

Hobbies: Biking, working out/lifting, studying football

Random Fact: People think I'm ambidextrous because I perform certain tasks with my left hand and others with my right. Truth is I can only do each with one hand not both.

Interesting Fact: I trained my cat to jump up and turn off my bedroom light when he wants treats and I have video to prove it

Coaching belief:  It is my goal to instill hard work, confidence, and leadership into my QBs and the rest of the offensive players.

Varsity Offensive Line and Offensive Coordinator:
Mike Baumann

Current Job: Special Education at North High School

College/major: Lawrence University -History, Education; UWM (currently) pursuing a master's degree in Education Leadership/Administration

College Sports/coaching: Lawrence University Football (4 years), Lawrence University Baseball (1 year), Varsity & JV OL/DL coach at Appleton North High School (2010-2016), JV Baseball Assistant Appleton North (2012-2014)

Highschool Sports: Football and Baseball at Appleton North High School

Hobbies: Skiing, Powerlifting, Traveling

Family: Married to Pasamon Baumann with 1 cat (Fruitloop)

Random Fact: I am adopted and raised as an only child.  Only to find out, at the age of 19, that my biological parents are married and I have three siblings who I talk to regularly now.

Interesting Fact:  I lived in Thailand for over a year as a member of the Peace Corps- this was my first time out of the country at 28.

Coaching belief:Each day is a new day to get better.  I am nothing without the players and it is my job to put them in the best place to succeed-- becoming great football players but even better men.

Varsity Safeties and Defensive Coordinator:
Zach Wettengel

Current Job: Physical Education Teacher at Waukesha North High School

College/major: UW-Oshkosh

College Sports/Coaching: Played Safety for 4 years. Coached Safeties for 2 years

Highschool Sports: Football, Track at Appleton West High School

Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Golf

Favorite Football Teams: Wisconsin Badgers, Green Bay Packers

Coaching belief:  I Believe in building leaders while instilling championship habits in my players

Varsity Wide Receivers: Tamrick Atwood

Current Job: Physical Education Teacher at Butler Middle School

College/major: Winona State University: Exercise Science

Mississippi State University: Masters in Secondary Education

College Sports/coaching: Played Wide Receiver/Cornerback for Winona State University from 2011-2015. This will be my 4th season coaching Wide Receivers at the Varsity Level.

Highschool Sports: Football, Basketball, and Track at Bettendorf High School 

Hobbies: Exercise/Physical Activity, Playing sports, Spending quality time with family and friends!

Family:  I am getting married to my beautiful fiancé, Taylor, in September and we have a dog named Witten (Go Cowboys!).

Random Fact:

I went camping for the first time in my life last summer (It wasn’t that bad.. actually kind of fun!) (2): One of the houses that I lived in with my football teammates in college started on fire and burnt down 

Interesting Fact:  I broke my ankle/leg in 3 places during a college football game and had surgery and three years later I had two herniated disks and had to have back surgery.

Coaching belief: I have a true passion and love for teaching and coaching. My goal is to be the best teacher, coach, mentor, and influence that I can be to the students and student-athletes that I have the privilege of serving and working with. I want to help the young men that are a part of our program to be as successful as they can be on the field, academically, and to help them learn, grow, and develop as high character young men and to be successful in all aspects of life as best I can. I am truly grateful and beyond excited to be a part of the Waukesha North Football Program! Go Northstars!

Varsity Wide Receivers: Jacob Grant

Current Job: Sales Specialist at Cintas

College/major: UW-Oshkosh/ Journalism

College Sports/Coaching: Played Receiver at UWO for 5 years. Coached receivers for 1 year after that

Highschool Sports: Football, Baseball at Rolling Meadows High School

Hobbies: Boating, playing sports, video games

Family: Girlfriend Ashley and soon to be our new pup Rizzo

Random Fact: Baseball is actually my favorite sport but I was better at football so I chose that route.

Coaching belief:   Be able to be a great leader and teacher on the field, but more importantly off the field. Be someone who can set an example for the kids to become better men in the game of life.

Varsity Assistant Offensive line and JV Head Coach: 
Chris Chudada

Current Job: Self-Employed

College Sports/coaching:  3 decades of experience at a wide variety of levels, 10th season on the varsity H.S. level

Hobbies: Avid History Buff

Family:   Married to Julie Chudada and have 3 Children (Joseph, Brianna, and Kaylee)

Random Fact:

Founder/CEO IRONMAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE, LLC (1996 – 2010) 

Interesting Fact: Inducted into three different National Minor League Football Hall of Fames.

Coaching belief: To create an atmosphere of pride and to teach each player the importance of attitude, confidence, character, knowledge, goal setting, and how these factors apply to life as well as football.

Varsity Defensive line and JV Defensive Coordinator: 
John Horter

Current Job:  Police Officer (switching departments)

College/major: UW-Oshkosh (Bachelor of Science – Criminal Justice)

College Sports/Coaching: Played Defensive Line at UW Oshkosh (2013-2017), coached at Marquette University High School (2018-2019). 

Highschool Sports: Attended Marquette University High School (2009-2013), played football and baseball in high school. 

Hobbies: Golf

Family: I have a Fiance (Maggie). She is a nurse at a hospital in Downtown Milwaukee.

Random Fact: I am allergic to peanuts. 

Coaching belief:    I believe in high school football, more so than any sport at any level, that hard work can make a below average player a great player. I want to help players develop a good work ethic and make sure it translates to the football field. My goal coaching at Waukesha North is to be a part of turning the program around and making it a contender in the Classic 8 Conference. I want to help the defensive linemen become the best position group on the team and be there for the players off the field.

Freshman Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers:
Brad Guettel

 

Current Job: Talent Acquisition Manager, Lee Enterprises

College/major: Carroll University, Education (2001)

College Sports/coaching: Played Football and Track and then coached 10 years’ of Track at Carroll (jumps and sprints). I currently coach softball U14 for my daughters team.

Highschool Sports: Football, Track and Baseball

Hobbies:  Anything outdoors, traveling, spending time with family and friends.

Family:  Married to Gina Guettel, two daughters Julia (14) and Lyla (13), a golden retriever and two cats.

Interesting Fact:  In 2013 I was inducted into the Carroll University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Coaching belief: My hope is to encourage each athlete to push their limits, find their inner greatness, have fun, love and learn the game of football and make some awesome memories! Nothing compares to playing under the Friday Night Lights for your school, family, friends and community.

Freshman Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator: 
David Krajcik

Current Job:  Sr. Mechanical Designer with ABB Inc. in Wauwatosa, WI

College/major: ITT Tech - CAD Design

Highschool Sports: Football & Baseball starting with Mukwonago and last 3 years with Waterford.

Hobbies: Watching UFC & collecting MMA autographs

Family: Married to Leona (11/26/00) with 5 sons Davison (20), Isaac (17), Luke (14), Joey (12), & Joshua (4)

Random Fact:  I don't like movies but I'd watch Nacho Libre on repeat!

Coaching belief:   It's all about the players & the program; I lead from behind.

Varsity Assistant Linebackers: Nico Miselem

Current Job: FedEx delivery driver

College/major: UW-Platteville/UW-Milwaukee Music composition

College Sports/coaching: 6 years of Semi-pro football

Highschool Sports: Football, Powerlifting, Track at Greendale high school

Hobbies: Motorcycle riding, fishing, writing/playing music

Family:  3 nieces and a nephew and 2 awesome dogs Harley and Lambeau

Random Fact: My father was a professional musician in Mexico before meeting my mother and moving to the United States.

Interesting Fact:  I am currently pursuing my dual-citizenship (Mexican/American) and can speak almost fluent Spanish.

Coaching belief: The foundation for a good team is character. When the players have the same ideals and goals as the program, they will form a cohesive unit that, with the proper coaching, can lead to great things. 

Freshman Wide Receivers: Max Taylor

Current Job:  Sales- Verizon Wireless

College/major: UW-Oshkosh (Bachelor of Science – Criminal Justice)

College Sports/Coaching: New Mexico Highlands University 

College Sports/coaching: Played Wide Receiver for 4 years. Coached 8th grade Waukesha North 2019.

Highschool Sports:Football, Basketball, and Track at Arroyo Valley High School in San Bernardino, CA. 

Hobbies: Golf, Photography and Xbox.

Family:Married to Andrea Taylor and have three kids (Paxton, Amiya and Maleah)

Coaching belief:   My goal is to help this program grow as well as these young men into great people within the school and community. Also teach leadership, character development and memories they can enjoy for a lifetime

Varsity Outside Linebackers: Dallis Deleon

Current Job: Trader at Complete Recycling Services

College/major:  UW-Oshkosh Biology with emphasis in Healthcare Administration

College Sports/coaching: Played Inside/Outside LB for 6 years. Coached LB's and Special Teams Coordinator at Ozaukee High School for 3 years

Highschool Sports: Football and Basketball at Waukesha West high school

Hobbies: Fishing, Golf and Helping family with household projects

Family: Large family predominantly in the Waukesha area (my mom is a North Alum)

Random Fact:

I have an obsession with pens.

Interesting Fact:  I have a sister named Vegas. (My mom wanted us to stand out I guess...)

Coaching belief: The game of football surrounded me with people of influence on and off the field. It helped form me into the person I am today and many of the lessons I have learned were from my coaches. My goal is not only to give back to this program but do my best to make the players the best men they can be.

Freshman Running Backs: Tim Retic

Current Job:  Owner/Operator Forever Faded LLC

College/major: Carroll College/ Communications (Did not Graduate), Waukesha County Technical College/Barber Cosmetology

College Sports/Coaching: Football, 3 years

Highschool Sports:  Football, Wrestling, and Track at Milwaukee Washington

Hobbies: Barbecuing

Family: Married to Mikki Retic, I have 3 kids, and 1 dog

Random Fact:  I stopped pursuing my dream of becoming a motivational speaker to coach football.

Interesting Fact:   I helped found a non-profit (Hall Of Fame Athletics) to help athletes become the best version of themselves.

Coaching belief:    I believe you must do more than what is required of you to reach your goals on and off the field of competition.

Varsity Running Backs: Dom Todarello

Current Job:  Opener at Life Time Athletic & Good Health Sauna sales representative.

College/major: UW-Oshkosh, Human Services

College Sports/Coaching: Played WR and a KR+PR  for 4 years. Played for the Arkansas Razorbacks 2 years prior to Oshkosh.

Highschool Sports:  Football, Baseball, Basketball

Hobbies: Working out, watching sports, grilling out

Family: 3 younger sisters, Mom and Dad, 3 doggies at home

Random Fact: Was the WIAC special teams player of the year.

Interesting Fact:  Played baseball and was roommates with the left fielder for the Boston Red Sox.

Coaching belief: Hard work pays off.

Freshman Defensive Line: Jason Petrillo

Current Job:  Special Education teacher at North.

College/major: UW-Milwaukee with a major in Exceptional Education and an area of focus in American Sign Language.

College Sports/Coaching: Rugby at UW-Milwaukee ~ 4 years. 1st year coaching baseball and football at North.

Highschool Sports:  Football and Baseball.

Hobbies: Fishing, working out, playing rugby.

Interesting Fact:  I have a black belt in Tae Know Do (From 1st grade to 8th grade I was in classes 3 days a week) 

Coaching belief: I want to coach players to become more successful on the field and in the classroom by putting an emphasis on skills such as leadership and teamwork.

Varisty Cornerbacks: Kyle Heller

Current Job:  Aerospace and Defense Software, Founder nuTenant

College/major: UW-Oshkosh Communications

College Sports/Coaching: Played Corner for 4 years, Coached DB's or LB's for 8 years.

Highschool Sports:  Sports: Football, Track & Field

Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Sports in general.

Family: Engaged to Larissa Dallman and have 1 dog (Champ)

Random Fact: Changed majors 4 times in college before settling on communications my junior year.

Interesting Fact:  Been at 3 technology startups since graduating in 2014 including starting my own this year.

Coaching belief: As the defensive backs coach my players need to have a thick skin and a level headed playing mentality. I strive to teach these qualities not only because of the pressure of the position (Playing alone on an island) but because it's so important to success in life after high school/college

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