Sports


Junior Varsity Football Awards

11/22/2017

These three members of the Sibley East junior varsity football team received major awards during an awards night event at the Sibley East Middle School/High School in Arlington on Sunday night, Nov. 19. Keegan Effertz (Co-Defensive Player of the Year), Jacob Hernandez (Co-Defensive Player of the Year) and Caleb Dose (Offensive Player of the Year).

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Sibley East Varsity Football Awards

11/22/2017

These members of the Sibley East varsity football team received major awards during an awards night event at the Sibley East Middle School/High School in Arlington on Sunday evening, Nov. 19.  Paul Schmidt (All District Team Honorable Mention), Lincoln Carpenter (All District Team), Jesus Rodriguez (All District Team Honorable Mention and Wolverine Award), Jake Willmsen (All District Team), Jaden Podratz (All District Team and Lineman of the Year Award), Kameron In (Most Improved Player Award), Gavin Bates (All District Team and Co-Offensive Player of the Year Award), Kevin Durham, Jr. (All District Team and Co-Offensive Player of the Year Award) andLucas Chavez (All District Team and Defensive Player of the Year Award).

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SE girls basketball team returns 6 letterwinners

11/22/2017

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Sibley East varsity girls basketball team, under the direction of head coach Jim DeSart, returns six letterwinners this season.
The six letterwinners include seniors Taylor Brink-man (tri-captain), Taylor Perschau, Morgan Stearns (tri-captain) and Ali Stock; junior Rachel Rettmann (tri-captain); and sophomore McKenzie Latzke.


The remaining players consist of sophomores Lily Beneke, Donnae Morton and Lexy Stock; and freshmen Libby Bartels, Gabbi Bates, Ellie Harens, Jaden Kmetz, Audrey Parrott and Maddi Tuchtenhagen.


The Lady Wolverines look to improve upon last season’s finish of 4-8 in the Minnesota River Conference and 10-15 overall.

Find the complete story in the November 23, 2017 edition of the Arlington Enterprise.

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