Posted on 11/18/2022

Athletes of the Month

TRAVIS KRAMER, Class of ’23, is a 3-year Cross Country participant. He was selected as a team captain this season as a result of his tremendous work ethic, leadership skills and coachability. Travis has been an invaluable mentor for the younger runners on the team. He was the team’s top male runner all season, improving his initial race time of 22:58 to his season Personal Record of 18:55. His hard work and dedication earned him a spot as the 10th individual male qualifier for the District III championship run on October 29, 2022 in Newville. Congratulations to Travis!

~ Coach Jody Wenrich ~

LENA EMIGH, Class of ’23, was forced into playing #1 after playing doubles last year. She has stepped up her game going 10-8 and has been competitive in all of her matches. In addition, Lena finished second in the #1 singles taking the silver medal and qualified for district singles. She also qualified for District doubles with Katie Yoder taking the silver medal finishing second. Lena is a good captain/leader on the court and in the classroom as well. She has a great never give up attitude that has helped her with her success this year. I will miss her never give up attitude next year.

~ Coach Lynn Miller ~

KATIE YODER, Class of ’23, has stepped up to the challenge of playing #2 singles. Her confidence and competitiveness have transferred into a 10-7 record. Katie qualified for District doubles with Lena Emigh and captured the silver medal finishing second. She is a good leader/captain on the court and in the classroom. Katie has been a good role model for the younger players and has helped them improve their game. I will miss her confidence next year.

~ Coach Lynn Miller ~

Will Fulmer and Addison Huber

WILL FULMER, Class of 2023, was the statistical leader of the golf team. Will is humble, exhibits GREAT character, and is a silent leader. He was voted as one of the captains by his teammates and did the LITTLE THINGS to make our team a winner. He was the main reason we had a successful season with a 35 and 7 record! He also advanced to the District 3 Championship which makes him the first player in about ten years to accomplish that feat.

~ Coach Bowen ~

ADDISON HUBER, Class of 2025, is my most versatile player transitioning roles from Outside Hitter to Setter. With a couple games left in our regular season, she has racked up 215 assists, 127 digs, 58 kills, and 42 aces with 2.13 passing rating. As a Sophomore, Addison works extremely hard both offensively and defensively and has been a major contributor in our success and ability to make post-season.

~ Coach Huber ~

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