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Fall Sports 2013

Fall Sports 2013

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Prairie du Chien, River Ridge, Seneca, Wauzeka fall sports
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 VolleyballBoys Soccer 
Girls Golf Cross Country 
Fall Sports 2013
 Published by the Courier Press
 Your Teams:
Prairie du Chien • River Ridge Wauzeka - Steuben •Seneca 
Page B - 2 Courier Press Fall Sports, 2013
Coach: Jon BoyleReturning letter winners: 10Returning starters: 3 oense, 4 defenseBase oense: double wingBase defense: 5-2Overall expectations and challenges: I would ex-pect our team to nish in the middle to upper half of an extremely competitive SWC conference. Welost a lot of our contributors on the oensive sideof the football from last year. We are returning a lotof talent, but that talent has limited to no experi-ence, so there will be a long learning process.Top teams in conference: I would expect theconference to be very competitive once again. eteams that I would expect to be at the top would beLancaster, Platteville, and River Valley.What to expect on oense and defense: Oen-sively, I expect that our team will get better andbetter as we go due to the fact that we are so in-experienced. We have a lot of talent at the skilledpositions and return a fairly veteran line. It will beabout putting the parts together, and if we do, weshould be able to put up some points and compete.Defensively, I expect the same thing. We will getbetter as the season goes along due to the fact weare fairly inexperienced on this side of the ball aswell.
Date Opponent Site Time9-13 Dodgeville H 7 p.m.9-20 River Valley A 7 p.m.9-27 Platteville H 7 p.m.10-4 Lancaster A 7 p.m.10-11 R. Center H 7 p.m.10-18 Dodgeville A 7 p.m.10-25 Playoffs TBA TBA
Prairie football team looks for continued improvement
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Members of the Prairie du Chien High School football team are, front row: Manager Abe Amundson,Manager Max Amundson, Drake Downing, Devin Kramer, Riley Rieck, Manager Jack Amundson, andManager Ben Riter. Second row: Cody Larsen, Owen Feye, Zach Neisius, Jacob Kotte, Ryan Severson,Jacob DeBruin, Dylan Yeomans, and Asa White. Third row: Gunnar Kravchuk, Coach Dave Antonie-wicz, Coach Aaron Amundson, Head Coach Jon Boyle, Coach Paul Carroll, Coach Brad Lange, Coach
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Grath, Luke Rickle, Brogan Potter, Brandon Granzow, Zach Neisius. (Photo courtesy of B&C Pho
Fall Sports, 2013 Courier Press Page B - 3
Girls Coach: Allison TankReturning letterwinners: Claire Bowar, BriannaHerreid, Hannah Herreid, Maraiah Schwager, Kelly HealOther key players: Liz LaHaie, Claire Stoe erWho are some of the top teams in your confer-ence? What is your conference outlook, goals forthe season? e top teams in our conference areDodgeville and Platteville. We wish to begin closingthe gap between these top teams and ourselves thisseason.What will be the keys to your success this sea-son? It will be key to focus on our overall goalswhile maintaining a healthy training environmentthat will promote fun and improvement each weekof the season.What was last year’s record? We were sixth inthe Conference and 13th at Sectionals.What do you consider your team’s strengthsand challenges? We have a team that loves to worktogether and has great team chemistry. Our chal-lenges this year will be to establish ourselves as anup and coming force within the SWC Conference. Anything you would like to say about the teamand the upcoming season? Last year was our rstseason that we got to work together as a team. Itwas a great start to what will become a very success-ful and recognizable program throughout the state.I am looking forward to taking the next step thisyear with this great group of athletes and continueworking toward this goal.Boy’s Coach: Patrick KleinReturning letter winners: Nate Nichols, Ja-cob Linder, Jacob Schneider, Ethan Mara, EthanIngle,Trevor Zahara.Other key players: John Luster, Tyler Cota, Adam Groom, Levi Orr.Top teams in conference this season: e currentfavorites are last year’s top teams, Dodgeville andPlatteville, but due to graduating seniors from lastyear, the top spots within the conference are wideopen.Goals for the season: With an opening to placevery high within the conference this year, I wouldhope for our boys team to capitalize on experienc-es and tness gained since last season to place atleast in the top three. Individually, I anticipate eachathlete will train and race more condently as theseason progresses, while enjoying the great teamchemistry and fun from last year.Keys to success: e most important element tosuccess this season will be for our athletes to be-lieve that they can take the Cross Country programto places it hasn’t been to for a very long time, andthat the culture of Prairie du Chien Cross Country changes now, with this season.Last year’s record: e team nished fth at theSWC Conference Meet and 15th at the WIAA Sec-tional Meet.
Prairie du Chien cross country an up and coming force
Members of the Prairie du Chien High School boys cross country team are, front row: Jacob Mara, TJSprosty, Adam Groom, Connor Wittrig, Nick Johnson, Jacob Lenzendorf, and Nate Nichols. Secondrow: Tyler Cota, Connor George, Jacob Linder, Coach Patrick Klein, Jacob Schneider, Ethan Ingle,
and John Luster. Third row: Ethan Mara, Levi Orr, Trevor Zahara, Austin McDuffey, Nolan Stramm, and
Josh Lenzendorf. (Photo courtesy of B&C Photography)Members of the Prairie du Chien High School girls cross country team are, front row: Liz LaHaie,
Claire Stoeffl er, Mariah Schwager, and Ashley Ingle. Second row: Claire Bowar, Hannah Herreid,
Coach Alli Tank, Brianna Herreid, and Kelly Heal. Katie Zahara is not pictured. (Photo courtesy ofB&C Photography)
Strengths and Challenges: e boy’s team will car-ry over great enthusiasm and a desire for improve-ment that was cultivated last year. Our challengeswill include pushing both physical and mental limitsduring training/racing, and creating expectations tostrive for excellence individually, and as a team. Wewill need athletes to become leaders in order for thisto happen. Additional comments: As my rst year coaching,I intend to help these athletes reach new limits andgoals both on and o the course. e boys’ team willneed each athlete to challenge and improve him-self to make Prairie du Chien Cross Country a greatname in Wisconsin again. I am very excited aboutour team’s potential and the chance to work withthese up and coming athletes.
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