Week of Monday, June 13, 2016
 
Mikala just graduated from Cotter High School in Winona, MN.  Mikala has been a three sport athlete throughout high school; with 5 seasons of Varsity Softball, 4 seasons of Varsity Volleyball, and 4 seasons of Varsity basketball.  Mikala has won numerous all-conference, honorable mention, and all-conference honors, in all three sports.  This softball season, she was honored to be part of the all-tournament team and will play at the All-Star tourney this month.  Mikala was also voted Female Athlete of the Year for Cotter High School Seniors.
 
Mikala is also a great student, maintaining honor roll through high school, and serving others through Cotter’s Cross-Cultural Ministry program (spending one week each of the last two summers – on mission/community service trips) and was elected by her peers as Prom Queen 2016.

Week of Monday, June 6, 2016

Genna will be a 7th grader at G-E-T Middle School this fall.  During her 6th grade year, Genna was a straight "A" student with a 4.0 GPA.  She was on the "A" Honor Roll each quarter.  She sings in choir and plays the clarinet in the band!  Genna excels in many sports including; basketball, volleyball, softball, curling, swim team and soccer.

Week of Monday, May 30, 2016

Kadin is a 6th grader at Seneca Middle School in Seneca, WI.  Kadin is an “A” student with a Cumulative GPA of 3.63.  He is a very social and studious kid who lives for all things involving sports.  He participates in Baseball, Basketball, Wrestling, and Track.  Kadin is also the manager of the Seneca High School Baseball team.  He's very musical too.  Kadin plays the saxophone in both the Concert and Pep Bands.

Week of Monday, May 23, 2016

Natalie is a 7th grader at Aquinas Middle School.  She plays soccer, volleyball, runs track and plays flute in the school band.  She recently earned the Catholic Scholar Award, which is an award that recognizes students for their academic achievement, character, service, and leadership.  Natalie plays club soccer for RUSH WI West. She has been playing soccer since she was 5 years old.  She will be traveling to Boston over the Memorial Day holiday to play in the Needham Memorial Day Tournament as a guest player with a team from New York.  She will also attend RUSH fest in Denver, Colorado this summer for a week of soccer.  Natalie also plays club volleyball for V-Hawk Xtreme and attends their annual summer camp.

 

Week of Monday, May 16, 2016
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Baily Hyatt is a 7th grader at the Tomah Middle School playing football and running track. He joined track last year in 6th grade and has started the season out this year by setting personal records in all four events at his first meet!
Over the past 8 years in football he has been recognized with awards like the hustle award and is always praised by his coaches for his outstanding participation and good team work.
 
Baily is not only a great athlete but has always made the grade in his classes and maintains a 4.0 GPA. He has set a goal for himself to become president of his class in high school and to graduate with honors. He has many other interests such as fishing, hunting, helping out on his dads farm and being a good big brother and friend.

Week of Monday, May 9, 2016

 

Noah is a Junior at Onalaska High School.  Noah plays football and basketball. He received honorable mention, all conference, for football and 2nd team for basketball.  Noah is also Captain of the Chess Club at Onalaska High School and he likes to play disc golf in his free time.  Noah is rockin' it in the classroom too, with a 3.82 GPA. 

 
Week of Monday, May 2, 2016
 
Emily is from Seneca High School.  She plays volleyball, basketball, and softball, and started on the Varsity team as a freshman in two of the three sports.  As a sophomore this year, she starts all three on the Varsity team and made the all-conference team 2 years in a row for volleyball.  Emily also helped lead the team to the conference title this last year!  She plays winter volleyball and used to play at Viterbo with the traveling Cardinal team (the highest in the program).  Emily now plays for the local team where she is a leader to up and coming local players. Her basketball team currently leads the Ridge and Valley conference.  They are a young team, with no senior players on their roster. She keeps up with all of her sports and still maintains a 4.0 GPA.

Week of Monday, April 25, 2016

Carver Burkhalter is 5th grader at LaGrange Elementary school in Tomah.  He is a great student and just received the Sparkling Citizen award for the month of April.

Carver plays club soccer year round for Rush Wisconsin West.  His team started the spring season off as tournament champs at the 2016 Madison 56ers Spring Cup held in Wisconsin Dells.  Carver will be traveling with his team to Colorado this July to participate in Rush Fest, an annual event that brings together teams and players from Rush clubs across the country. The week-long festival of soccer joins competitive games, training sessions, classrooms sessions and a host of social events in one of the most unique soccer events anywhere in the country.  Carver loves playing soccer and hopes to play in college, when the time comes.