Archives for April 2016

Tigers of the Week – Keerstin Viesselman & Jack Schintz

Congratulations to this week’s TIGERs of the Week:

Keerstin Viesselman – Track and Field
Keerstin won all four events she competed in at the Orono meet and the Hutch Invitational.  She has shown determination and hard work to overcome issues that previously got in the way of her success in track and field.  She is determined to be the best thrower she can be.  Keerstin has repeatedly improved her personal bests in shot put and discus this season.
Jack Schintz – Boys Lacrosse
In the game against Mankato, Jack won 13 of 15 face offs, scored 2 goals, recorded 2 assists, and grabbed 4 ground balls.  Jack helped the Tigers maintain ball possession by being tenacious on the face off.  He demonstrates sportsmanship and respect for his teammates while he is spreading the ball around and adding two assists to his two goals.  His integrity and respect for the game, teammates, opponents, and officials is why he is one of our captains as a junior.

Tigers of the Week – Josiah Van De Steeg & Bradee Isbell

Josiah Van De Steeg – Baseball
Josiah has stepped up big as a senior leader for this spring’s baseball team. Off season work has provided him with the tools that it takes to succeed at a high level which is evident with his current .400 batting average, while leading the team in triples and runs batted in as well.  Josiah is a relentless worker on and off the field.  He is the first to congratulate an opponent when they have made a great play and also thank an official for their hard work.  Josiah thanks coaches for their time and input on a coaching topic.  Few, if any, have worked harder at turning themselves into a quality player.  Josiah’s respect for the game, his teammates and coaches, his opponents, and for life in general, is second to none.
 
Bradee Isbell – Choir
 
Bradee received Best in Site at the Region 2AA solo/ensemble contest.  Bradee has dedicated herself to becoming a better musician both as a vocalist and instrumentalist.  Because of her hard work, her improvement from her freshmen to junior year has been astounding.

Tigers of the Week – Sara St. Onge, Hudson Maiers, Isaiah Nelson

Sara St. Onge – Softball

Sara pitched a complete game against New Ulm, holding the Eagles to two earned runs and earning her first varsity win.  Sara has tenacity on the mound that whether things are going good or bad, she is going to go out and try her best.  She is grateful to her teammates when they make great defensive plays behind her.  She tries her best in games and practices and always shows respect to her teammates and opponents.

 

Hudson Maiers – Band

Hudson received a perfect score at the Region 2AA solo/ensemble contest and was named as the best performer in his site.  Hudson has developed into a collegiate level perform and has grasped the higher concept of performance on an instrument.  He was very humbled and excited when he was named Best in Site.  Over the past few months Hudson has been dedicated to becoming better by practicing every day and his hard work has paid off.

 

Isaiah Nelson – Track and Field

Isaiah set a school record in the triple jump and won the same event at the Mankato Elite Showcase meet.  He is a great example of what being a student-athlete is all about.  He is involved in many activities in and out of school. He gives his best 100% of the time.  He is respectful and polite.  Isaiah is a leader on and off the track.

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