Middle Border Conference honors its top scholar-athletes
The top senior student-athletes in the Middle Border Conference were honored last Wednesday at the annual Scholar Athlete Banquet put on by the conference at the St. Croix Central High School auditorium.
The banquet honored the top male and female senior scholar-athlete from each of the eight MBC schools. The Keynote Speaker for the banquet was Ellsworth High School graduate Mark Helmer.
These students were honored at this year’s banquet:
Amery: Madelyn Granica and Noah Rademaker
Baldwin-Woodville: Lexie Klatt and Jacek Nickowski
Ellsworth: Mackenzie Kummer and Jared Lansing
New Richmond: Amanda Johnson and Drew Momchilovich
Osceola: Katie Haase and Logan Clark
Prescott: Allie Murphy and Carson Stenroos
Somerset: Georgia Hammer and Jack Peterson
St. Croix Central: Claire Frankiewicz and Austin KopaczNew Richmond
Amanda Johnson: Amanda is the daughter of Cory and Kari Johnson. She is involved in cross country, basketball and soccer. She carries a 3.411 grade point average. She plans to attend the University of North Dakota.
Drew Momchilovich: Drew is the son of Brad and Caren Momchilovich. He was a member of the Tiger football, basketball and baseball teams. He carries a 3.681 grade point average. He plans to attend Drake University.Somerset
Georgia Hammer: Georgia Hammer is the daughter of Mike Hammer and Monique Hammer. She competes in volleyball, basketball and softball. She carries a 4.0 grade point average. She plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Jack Peterson: Jack Peterson is the son of Mike and Lynsey Peterson. He competed in football, hockey and track. He carries a 4.0 grade point average. He plans to attend the University of Minnesota-Duluth.St. Croix Central
Claire Frankiewicz: Claire is the daughter of Ramie and Jenny Frankiewicz. She competed in volleyball, basketball and softball. She carries a 4.0 grade point average. She plans to attend Edgewood College in Madison.
Austin Kopacz: Austin is the son of Mark and Kelly Kopacz. He competed in football, basketball and track. He carries a 4.0 grade point average. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.