The Pirates of the Week are Lukas Andringa, Victoria Proulx, Ben Brantner, Brock Heppner, Hannah Street, Dilynn Wallace and the volleyball seniors: Taylor Haglund, Hope Schear, Katelyn Wagner, Aleece Durbin, Teagen Carlstrom, Brelee Jobe, Karlie Brekken and Jordan Lessard.


Lukas Andringa - Sr. RB/DL

    Head Coach Scott Butt said, “Lukas played his best game as a pirate Friday night versus Barnesville. He did a great job of lead blocking and caught one pass for eight yards and had three tackles on defense and one was for a loss. Lukas is a hard working, great young man. He is a captain of our team.”


Victoria Proulx - Fr.

    Assistant Coach Aly Bergstrom says, “Victoria is a freshman this year. Victoria had a great meet last Thursday against Fosston. Instead of swimming her usual 100 Butterfly, Victoria swam the 200 Freestyle and ended up placing third. Her stroke looked solid throughout the event. Victoria’s cheerful attitude is fun to have on the team. I look forward to seeing what the next few weeks have in store for Victoria.”

Boys’ Soccer

Ben Brantner - So. M
Brock Heppner - Jr. M

    Head Coach Don Cox says, “Ben is one of our starting midfielders and a captain. He has a great sense for the game and is always looking for any opportunity to help the team, he’s scored some for us this year, but more importantly, he’s set up a lot of scoring opportunities. Brock is also a midfielder. This is his first year, but his effort in practice and matches are those of a seasoned player. He’s very coachable and will play any of the midfield positions you ask him to. He’s provided us with much needed depth in our midfield.”

Girls’ Tennis

Hannah Street - Jr.

    Head Coach Mike Geffre says, “Hannah has really come into her own this year. She ended the season last year with a big win in the section tournament for us and has continued that into this year. Hannah is seeing the court well and moving the ball around. She is quicker this year and it has helped her singles game. Hannah will be a tough competitor for us in the section tournament.”

Girls’ Soccer

Dilynn Wallace - 8th D

    Head Coach Sarah Reese says, “Wallace, an eighth grader, is new to the girls soccer program and has done an exceptional job on the soccer field. She has found herself in a key outside defender position. Wallace has great field vision, she reads angles well and steps through to take the ball away and has quite the poise with the ball. She also has a great personality and always has a smile.”


Taylor Haglund - Sr. OH
Hope Schear - Sr. OH
Katelyn Wagner - Sr. OH
Aleece Durbin - Sr. OH
Teagen Carlstrom - Sr. LI
Brelee Jobe - Sr. Student Manager
Karlie Brekken - Sr. Student Manager
Jordan Lessard - Sr. Student Manager

    Head Coach Ashely Stopa says, “They are a great group. They work hard, they take some leadership roles and they are positive. They are just a great group of players.”