Honoring the Hard Work and Extra Effort of these Area Athletes 2019
Checking in at 6'4" and averaging 12 points & 6 rebounds per game on #1 ranked Wahoo Warrior girls basketball team, Kyla is receiving our inaugural Athlete of the month honor. She's a dual sport athlete & will continue her volleyball career with the Fighting Illini.
Jack is a 2-sport standout for Wahoo Public Schools. Jack just wrapped up his senior campaign on the wrestling mat with his second consecutive Nebraska School Activities Association State Championship- the only 2x State Champ in Wahoo history and a 3 time medalist. Jack racked up a 162-13 record in his Wahoo Warrior Wrestling career with 95 consecutive wins to cap it off.
Our April Athlete of the Month hales from Ashland-Greenwood High School and his name is Bryce Kitrell. Bryce is a 3-sport standout for the Blue Jays and has been making some noise on the track this spring including 4 golds at the Milford Meet. Bryce's marks of 49' 5" in the shot, 151' 3" in the discus, 11.11 seconds in the 100 and 22.63 in the 200 are some of the best in the county and shows the diversity of his skills
Meet the Wahoo Public Schools 4x800 Meter State Champs. Lauren Kavan, Zoe Christenson, Kendal Brigham, & Jaci Schnakenberg teamed up to run the fastest time in Class B at the state meet. The team was able to overcome adversity at the start of the race with multiple restarts due to timing issues and incidental contact while setting a new PR by ten seconds!
Perfect Practice = Perfect Performance
~Karson plays for the @wahoostatebank Reds senior legion and has been one of their most reliable pitchers while hitting an astonishing .426 at the plate. The Reds are having a great year after a strong spring ball season. Karson will continue his baseball career at @northernstateu
~Karson says that young athletes should work hard, and enjoy the experiences because time flies by and its over before you know it.
Compete to win but lose with pride knowing that you gave it your all.
Always keep a good position.
Remember, the children of our community look up to you high school athletes. Be of good character when your competing and when your not.
Only you can control your attitude. Good news is that your attitude controls most of your life.
If your going to run the race, run it to win it.
GO LOPERS !!
Honoring the Hard Work and Extra Effort of these Area Athletes 2020
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