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Daily Announcements:

February 22nd, 2017

Please keep Wildcat Player, Brylea Ruff (and her brother Skyee) in your prayers as they are trying to deal with the unexpected passing of their mother, Nicole Ruff, on 2/20/17.  Brylea played hoops for Coach Kristi Klassen the past couple years.

There is a gofundme site for Brylea/Skyee at https://www.gofundme.com/skyee-brylea-ruff-expense-fund

Please remember that every little bit helps.  If we all work together as a Wildcat Family, maybe we can help make this sad and difficult time a little easier for this family.

Final Try-Out is Sunday, March 5th at Morris Elementary School.

Tentative Tournament Dates for All Teams

April 8/9th Comet Shoot Out for Top teams/MYAS for the rest

April 22/23 - Fury Spring Showdown Tournament (Girls)/MYAS boys

May 6th/7th - MYAS tournaments--Some of the Elite teams will player in tougher tournament this weekend

May 20th - MYAS tournaments- Some of the Elite teams will play in tougher tournament this weekend.

*We will plan to have practices at Morris Elementary on Sundays that we dont have tournaments and possibly during the week when we have a tournament that weekend. 

We will have practice March 19th, March 26th, and April 2nd this year to prepare for Comet Shoot Out!

Please Welcome Liz Shelstad, LQP and Chad Bartunek, D-B as new Wildcat board members!!!

Jodi Holleman (hollemjk@morris.umn.edu) 320-815-0616

 

Wildcat Season End Results (2016):

6th Grade Girls (Orange) - (4-9 Record) - Highlight was watching Coach Christenson smile from start to finish each game and offer soooo much positive encouragement to these youg gals.  Offensive Player of the Year = Addy Bonn (LQP) and Defensive Player of the Year = Lexi Smith (YME).  Wildcat Award went to Meredith Carrington as she always gave 100% on offense and defense, never quit, and always had a great attitude.

6th Grade Girls (Blue) - (6-10 Record) - Highlight was watching BOTH Coach Grote and Coach Fischer up coaching at the same time giving out numerous coaching advice.  Offensive Player of the Year = Ellissa Rinke (WHN) and Defensive Player of the Year = Addy Randt (Waska).  Wildcat Award went to Maddie Meulebrock (Waska).

6th Grade Boys - Highlight was two 4th Place finishes!  Offensive Player of the Year = Durgin Decker (Morria) and Defensive Player of the Year = Toby Gonnerman.  Wildcat Award went to Braxton Hahn as he did it all! (He was the primary ball handler, unselfish passer and the most coachable player).

5th Grade Girls (10-3 Record) - Highlights (MYAS tournaments - 1st Place, 1st Place, 3rd Place, 5th Place) Offensive Player of the Year = Taylor Shelstad, (LQP) and Defensive Player of the Year = Jessica Moberg, (CGB).  Wildcat Award went to Kate Dahl (D-B) who came to every practice wanting to improve!

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5th Grade Boys (9-4 Record) - Highlights (MYAS tournaments - 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place, 7th Place) Offensive Player of the Year = Tyson Misgades,(Henning) and Defensive Player of the Year = Tyler Berlinger, (Morris).  Wildcat Award went to Peyton Hanson (WCA) who was very coachable amd Shane DeJong (Monte) who improved ALOT!

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3/4 Grade Girls (6-7 Record) - Highlights (2nd Place and 3rd Place at MYAS tourney)  Offensive Player of the Year = Kaitlyn Staples, Hancock and Defensive Player of the Year = Ella Sayre, Alexandria.  Wildcat Award went to Kiera Foley who always showed good sportsmanship and worked very hard at practice.

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3/4  Grade Boys (7-5 Record) - Highlights (1st Place in MYAS tourney and consolation champs in MYAS with 2-1 record) Offensive Player of the Year = Mason Gorghuber, Alexandria and Defensive Player of the Year = Mitch Dewey, WCA.  Wildcat Award went to Carver Larson who always showed great sportsmanship and positive energy.

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