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Monday, October 04, 2010 2:27 pm
Hamilton High School chose veteran baseball coach Mike Schramek as head coach of the school’s baseball program.
 
Schramek, a Hamilton graduate and 1991 all-conference and all-suburban player, has 10 years experience as varsity head coach at Muskego High School. His teams have had two state tournament appearances – state runner-up in 2002 and state semi-finalist in 2009. His teams have had three conference championships, seven regional championships, three sectional finals and eight winning seasons. He was named 2010 Greater Metro conference Coach of the Year.
 
After graduating from Hamilton High School, Schramek played baseball for Carroll University where he was chosen all-conference catcher in 1997. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education and is a physical education teacher in the Wauwatosa School District.
 
“We are pleased to have Mike as part of the coaching staff and head of our baseball program,” Hamilton Athletic and Activities Director Mike Gosz said. “Mike is a Hamilton graduate and was a JV baseball coach in 2001 under head coach Jay Wayland. Mike has a track record of success as a head coach and we look forward to having him work with our athletes and continuing the success of our baseball program.”