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Below are the nominees:
Jake Allen – Cross Country – Naperville North HS
3rd place in state individually for Cross Country. Finished 14:22 for the 3-mile course and set school record.
Conference champ, regional champ, 2nd place at Sectional meet.
Kevin Tyler – Football – Ritenour High School
Kevin Tyer is one of the most dominant offensive lineman in the state of Missouri according to multiple recruiting services. The Illini commit graded out at 88% for the season and only gave up 1 sack. Kevin also works two jobs and still manages to keep a 3.6 GPA while being a lead producer on KRHS Media. Tyler has been a great mentor to a very young team and is a true leader on and off the field.
Local Paper – STLToday – TOP 30 Football Players – #11 Kevin Tyler: https://ritenourathletics.com/2019/08/23/football-stltoday-top-30-no-11-kevin-tyler-ritenour-ol/
Local News Story – KSDK – “Someone You Oughta Know”: https://ritenourathletics.com/2019/11/13/football-kevin-tyler-ksdk-story-someone-you-oughta-know-2019/
Matt Maschmeier – Football – Naperville North High School
Great player…Conference Player of the Year…….Even better person
Lauren Spangler – Volleyball – Rockford Lutheran High School
Currently leading her volleyball team to a super sectional volleyball match. This was the schools first sectional championship in school history. Lauren had 18 kills in the sectional finals.
Currently has 371 kills, 48 Serving Aces and 179 digs
Katie Dollens – Tennis – Hinsdale Central High School
Placed 2nd at State in Doubles
Emma Watcke & McKenna Revod – Cross Country – Hinsdale Central High School
All state Athletes & amazing teamates! Finished 7th & 10th in the AAA State Meet, leading their team to a 3rd place podium finish. Both are All-State athletes and just committed to run in college with scholarships at Wisconsin (Emma) and Missouri (McKenna)