Alexis is a senior at Cashton High School and participates in volleyball, basketball and track.  She has been voted by her peers as Captain for the 2016 volleyball season.  Alexis also excels in the classroom by being on the High A Honor Roll as well as taking numerous online college courses.  She also participates in other inner-school programs and clubs.  Aside from her amazing talent as an athlete and her dedication in the classroom, Alexis is an all around great kid, she's responds well to being coached, and she is always willing to help others.  Her true values and morals are what sets her apart.



Logen is a sophomore at Sparta High
School! She plays softball and she's also in Color Guard. She pushes herself to achieve her goals and she received an award for pitching on her varsity reserve softball team. She is an awesome player and teammate! Logen also works hard and excels in the classroom!




Halle will be a junior at Tomah High School.  She is an honor roll student and is involved in her high school’s HOSA club.  Halle plays high school and club volleyball, high school soccer and futsal through Viterbo.  She played on the Varsity teams for both volleyball and soccer her freshman and sophomore years, and she'll be playing Varsity Volleyball this year also.  She is a letter winner and academic athlete in both sports.  Outside of school and sports, Halle works two jobs and enjoys snowboarding and hanging out with friends.


Molly is a 17 year old junior at
Wauzeka-Steuben High School.

She is a 3 sport athlete including
volleyball, basketball and softball.

She has lettered in all three sports as
a sophomore and continued to

excel by earning awards and all
conference recognition. She works
and is an excellent athlete
as well as teammate!


Meghan will be a junior at Onalaska
High School.
She plays on an Adaptive
sports team with students
who have
disabilities. They play Soccer, Floor
and Whiffle Ball. Meghan is also the
Onalaska High School Girls Softball
Plus, she's a fantastic student!
Meghan was All Academic team two years
in a row, she received the Freddy Extra
Effort award, Student of the Month, and
maintains a GPA of 3.7. She also
organizes a teddy bear drive in the
fall to raise awareness for her rare
Melanie is a junior at Slinger High School, while Claire is in 8th grade at Slinger Middle School.  Although outside of our immediate area, these girls are here for the summer and have a lot of family in the area. 
Melanie and Claire are competitive figure skaters at the Kettle Morraine Figure Skating Club.  Both are skating and testing in the United States Figure Skating Association track (the same testing track the Olympic skaters must complete). Both girls are testing in and advancing quickly through the moves category.  Claire is also doing tests in ice dance. 
Melanie and Claire have also been involved in their local 4H for the past 5 years, both winning numerous awards; Melanie for photography & baking and Claire for knitting & basketry.  They are also both very good students, Melanie with a 3.7 GPA and Claire with a 4.0 GPA, and are involved in school activities as well. 
Melanie is a varsity cheerleader for the Slinger Owls and is involved in Varsity Track & Field. Claire is involved in Track & Field, Volleyball, and Forensics for the middle school. She also performs in the choir and band, where she plays trumpet and french horn.

Being sisters, there is competition, but they also push each other to be the best they can be. They both deserve to be chosen together because without each other, they wouldn't be where they are today.



Jillian will be a sophomore at Viroqua High School. 

She participates in basketball, cross country, and track.
Her freshman year she qualified for state in cross country as an individual.
Jillian also qualified for state in 3 track events (4x800, 800, and the 1600).
She placed 5th at state in the 1600. Jillian is also doing very well in the
classroom. She is a great student and a very hard worker!




WEEK OF JULY 25, 2016
Rebecca Heiam is 22 years old and will continue to attend Bemidji State University at the end of August!  She devoted all of her childhood to hockey and was a goalie for 17 years!  Unfortunately, she sustained too many head injuries and made the difficult decision to stop playing two years ago.  But then she found Disc Golf!  Rebecca is in her second year of playing competitive disc golf.  She is currently sponsored by one of the main manufacturing companies based out of Sweden, Latitude 64, and has played in more than 30 tournaments in the past two years!
Rebecca travels and competes all around the nation, and recently played in the 2016 Amateur and Junior Disc Golf World Championships in Madison.  In the advanced women division, with 40 competitors from around the nation, she secured a 3rd place finish overall and a 1st place finish in the putting competition!  Rebecca also finished in 1st place at the first A-tier and National tournament this year, as well as a 2nd place finish at the Glass Blown Open, another A-tier tournament in Kansas. 
Rebecca is in pursuit of her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with the hopes of working in Homeland Security or as a Park Ranger in a national forest.  This past semester she maintained a 4.0 and made her way on to the President's List!  She has consistently held her spot on the Dean's List since August of 2012.  In her free time she loves to go fishing and take naps.  Rebecca is also an amateur photographer and an avid lover of the fine delicacy that is mac and cheese.