It’s time to recognize the December North Gateway Tire Co. October Athletes of the month! Congratulations to Bryce Profitt and Alayna Tessena of Highland High School! Bryce and Alayna will be receiving a gift card and winners certificate courtesy of North Gateway Tire Co.
And congratulations to Syndey Bell who was nominated from Buckeye HS. Go Bucks!
Alayna Tessena – Volleyball – Highland HS
Freshman Alayna Tessena put up 259 Kills & 50 Aces this season!
Bryce Profitt – Basketball – Highland HS
Bryce is putting up great numbers for the men’s Hornets squad this season; through 3 games he is averaging 26.7 points per game, 9 rebounds per game and 3 assists per game.
December Honorable Mention:
Ally Kovach – Bowling – Brunswick HS
This past weekend at the St. Ignatius Wildcat Classic Ally placed on the All-Tournament Team bowling a 513 series. She also helped carry her team as the anchor bowler to their 4th place finish.
Lindsey Linard – Basketball – Medina HS
Lindsey is averaging career-high’s of 12 points, 10 rebounds, 4 blocks per game in the first 6 games of the season. She helped lead the Lady Bees’ Basketball team to a 6-0 start, 5-0 in the GCC. Lindsey had career-highs this season with 23 points and 16 rebounds against Elyria, and finished with 10 blocks against Euclid.
Morgan Vogel – Swimming – Medina HS
As a freshman, Morgan has 9 wins through the first 4 meets this season and set a Medina High School record in the 100 Butterfly!
Sydney Bell – Basketball – Buckeye HS
Sydney has started the Bucks’ season off strong, averaging 7 RB and 8 Points per game after a 22 Point effort versus Fairview. She has begun to show dominance as a scorer and rebounder.
Brody Stalling – Wrestling – Cloverleaf HS
Senior Brody Stalling won his 100th career match on his way to winning titles at the Lorain Titan Classic and Mike Lewis Invitational Tournament!
Dominick Bottoni – Swimming – Medina HS
Senior Domincik Bottoni has 10 wins through the first 4 meets of the season.
Kyle Szumski – Basketball – Medina HS
In the month of December (first 5 games), Kyle has averaged 15 points per game, 5 rebounds per game, and 3.5 steals per game. The team is off to a 5 – 0 start.
Trevor Mackey – Basketball – Brunswick HS
This past weekend vs. Highland High School, Trevor had 17 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. He was 3-4 from three. Trevor helped lead his team to victory as Brunswick beat Highland 61-55.