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⚽ 2012 Soccer Sectional Champs ⚽

2012 Soccer Team Members:

Row 4: Brent Sicard (Head Coach), Jim Mehling (asst. principal in 2012), Jeff Jessee (principal in 2012), Doug Louden (Athletic Director), Florian Schmucker (asst. coach), Aaron Trafton (asst. coach)

Row 3: Derek Hoffman #27, Aaron Schuler #26, Cody Tempel #23, Max Rickelman #11, Dakota Begle #8, Cole Henke # 5, Ben Englert #1, Austin Berger #18

Row 2: Joel Weyer # 24, Kyle Lubbehusen #31, Spenser Sermersheim #33, Blake Altmann #0, Adam Braunecker #10, Landon Fleck #3, Kyle Fleck #14

Row 1: Alex Russell #2, Cody Flamion #28, Brandon Luebbehusen #30, Amy Bockelman (Manager), Austin Bromm #20, Miles Recker #25, Sam Russell #9


The 2012 soccer team was an extraordinary group of men on and off the field. They worked and earned that title with the long practices leading up to the games. According to the players, they left it all on the field throughout the season. When asked what they remembered about the team Derek Hoffman responded with a smirk and mentioned "that was a good year" and another teammate (Spenser Sermersheim) responded with "good year, good team" and he also mentioned that he misses some of the players and the assistants/coaches. The pictures show that this group of men loved the game and each other (especially when Kyle Lubbehusen hit the winning goal in the sectional game against Washington Catholic) and the pictures show that the men left all they had on the field and gave it all they had in these final moments of their soccer careers.  Therefore, all the players and coaches deserve recognition for all their effort and work they put into the team throughout the preseason and regular season of 2012.


The players have moved on with their lives now, of course. They are all preparing or beginning their careers & some are even beginning building their own families.

Here is a list showing what each player is doing with their lives as of 2016:


Cody Flamion


Works at Holiday World

Studies at University of Southern Indiana


Alex Russell


Works at Jasper Memorial Hospital


Brandon Luebbehusen


Studies at Indiana University


Austin Bromm


Works at Hudson Inc. (Parts Specialist)

Excavator operator at Mark Bromm Excavating


Miles Recker


Owner at and B&M Detailing

Studies at University of Southern Indiana


Sam Russell


Works at Holiday World


Joel Weyer

Works at Weyer Electric

Studies at Indiana State University

Kyle Lubbehusen


Helps coach the Forest Park Boys Soccer Team

Recently became engaged


Spenser Sermersheim


Works at St. Anthony Feed Mill


Blake Altmann


Studies at University of Louisville


Adam Braunecker


Studies at Indiana State University


Landon Fleck


Senior at Forest Park, with plans of joining U.S Army


Kyle Fleck


Farmer at Darrell Auffarts

Expecting a child soon


Derek Hoffman


Works at Pund’s Plumbing and Heating


Aaron Schuler


Studies at Walbash College


Cody Tempel


Works at General Electric (engineer)

Studied at Purdue University


Max Rickelman


Works at C&T Poultry

Studies Electronics At Vincennes University


Dakota Begle


Works at Holiday World

Studies at Purdue University


Cole Henke


Works with Real Estate (Renovation)


Ben Englert


Studies at Rose - Hulsman Institute of Technology


Austin Berger


Senior at Forest Park, with plans of joining U.S Army


 Last updated on April 10th, 2016


Teammates go crazy after Kyle Lubbehusen hits the winning goal against

Washington Catholic to win the sectional  championship game.


The Forest Park Rangers are the 2012 Soccer Sectional Champs


We are the champions, my friends



Photos Courtesy of The Herald & Ferdinand News