WEEK OF OCTOBER 2, 2017
Karalyn is 8 years old. She is an active player on the Sparta Youth Hockey Mite team and attended many Mite Jamboree games this winter. She also participates in Sparta youth soccer in the spring and fall. Karalyn is also an excellent swimmer. She takes private lessons during the summer and continues to widen her knowledge so she can be a lifeguard when she gets older. Karalyn also excels in reading and math and is at the top of her class. She is an active member in the Girl Scouts and has been since Kindergarten. She even got to host her girl scout troop at the skating rink in Sparta this winter. She is also a fantastic big sister to her sister Scarlett, and loves the outdoors and camping with her family.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2017
Alyssa is a junior at Houston High School. She plays softball, volleyball, and basketball.
She holds the school record for the most three pointers made in a game and is almost
at her 1,000 career high school points. Alyssa also plays AAU summer/spring basketball
for the Rochester Shock. She coaches summer softball for Summer Rec. She is a very
good leader and role model. Alyssa is in the weight room or gym every morning and
helps with the younger kids anytime they need it. She is also a very good student.
She held a 3.97 GPA last school year and is very active in band, marching band,
7th grade mentoring, and student council.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 18, 2017
Morgan is a sophomore at GET High School in Galesville. She is on the GET HS Dance team as well as the competition team for Paradigm Dance Project Studio in Winona. Last year she was one of 3 Freshmen at GET HS to receive the Coulee Conference Scholar Athlete award for maintaining a 3.5 GPA, while participating in a varsity sport. She also received an Academic Letter and Excellence Award for maintaining a 3.9 GPA her first year of High School. In addition to dance, Morgan also participates in 4H where she serves as a Youth Leader for the Dairy program, and she has been a Girl Scout since she was 5.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
Matthew is a 6th grader at De Soto Middle school.
He plays baseball, football and often starts kickball games at home.
He loves to swim, play catch, attend baseball camps and meet new friends.
Although he enjoys gym and lunch the best at school,
he is a good student and a serious competitor.