Fall Sports Preview

August 19, 2017

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Boys’ Football

Players to Watch:

Jeremiah Austin

Al Slater

Dominick Waller

2016-2017 Record:



To win our conference.


Girls’ Golf

Players to Watch:

Misheel Sodgerel

Sophie Thompson

Ella Zimmerman

2016-2017 Record:



To lower our average varsity team score for the season [and] keep developing our JV team members.


Boys’ Swimming/Diving

Players to Watch:

Koji Barrette

Matt Graham

Wil Welch


To win conference and to grow close as a team.



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Boys’ Soccer

Players to Watch:

Zach Coble

Austin Kliefoth

Ben Schwarz

Sam Pultman

2016-2017 Record:



To improve upon our first round loss in Districts last year to MICDs and our 3rd place finish in conference.


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Cross Country

Male Runners to Watch:

Justin Guilak

Alex Szabo

Andrew Wang

Female Runners to Watch:

Maggie Baugh

Gracie Morris

Liz Szabo

2016-2017 Record:

Boys’: 13th at State

Girls’: 3rd at Districts


To embark on a rebuilding year losing four of their starting seven runners from the boys team and five of their top seven from the girls team.



Players to Watch:

Sophie Bernstein

Alex Darmody

Katie Howard

Lauren Kanaan

Summer Jacobs

2016-2017 Record:



[To improve] everyday at practice.


Girls’ Tennis

Players to Watch:

Madison Gudmestad

Nikki Seraji

Erin Kotzbauer

2016-2017 Record:



To enjoy the season since the majority of the varsity players are seniors.



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Field Hockey

Players to Watch:

Kate Cooper

Peyton Holmes

Lizzy Mills

2016-2017 Record:



To continue to grow the sport and begin to lay the foundation for a competitive program.



Players to Watch:

Echo Gaugush

Julia Gollahon

Hannah Ryan

2016-2017 Record:



To unite and improve to be competitive in the district tournament.

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