Below are the Hometown Ticketing Athlete of the Week Nominees for this week. Voting is open until Thursday at 2 pm, so be sure to vote for who you feel is most deserving and spread the word. Users may vote once per day.
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Gehl was instrumental in Chilton dominating Valders 48-12 this past Friday. The senior running back carried the ball 18 times for 215 yards, averaging 11.9 yards per carry. Gehl scored four times on the ground with touchdown scores of 57, 33, 10 and 9 nine yards. He added two catches for 36 yards and had two tackles on the defensive side of the ball.
Grossman was brilliant as Hortonville went a perfect 5-0 en route to capturing gold at the Beaver Dam Invite. The Polar Bears took home wins over Beaver Dam, New Holstein, Mayville, Grafton and then knocked off Holmen in the championship. Grossman ended the day with 45 kills, 21 digs and eight aces over the span of the five matches.
Monona Grove won four matches this past week, and Haberli powered the offensive through all four. The senior forward started the week off with five goals in a 9-0 win over Mount Horeb. He added another five goals in a 9-0 shutout win over Stoughton. The Silver Eagles then had two matches against Onalaska and Holmen on Saturday and Haberli again showed out. In the 3-0 win over Onalaska, he had a solo goal and then scored another hat trick, scoring three goals in a 5-1 win over Holmen. Haberli had 14 goals in four matches over the week.
Putz ran away from the competition Saturday at the All-American Invitational at Luther College in Iowa. The multi-state meet had 218 boys in the field and Putz finished ahead of them all. The sophomore runner ran the course in 15:46.88 seconds, winning the race by just under four seconds. Putz's finish helped Onalaska finish fifth as a team at the meet.
Sommer helped Columbus Catholic to a 6-0 week including a 5-0 finish at the Auburndale Invite. First in a 3-0 sweep of Stratford on Thursday, the junior setter and middle blocker tallied 13 assists, nine kills and three blocks. The Dons then competed at the Auburndale Invite, coming away with a first place finish and wins over Nekoosa, Mosinee, Pacelli, Auburndale and Stratford. Sommer had 55 assists and 44 kills over the five wins.
The Athlete of the Week is sponsored by HomeTown Ticketing. It highlights the players who have "made a splash" in the world of high school sports each week. If you have a nominee for Athlete of the Week please send it to Colton Wilson.
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