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Hometown Ticketing Athlete of the Week: January 9-15

01/16/2023, 11:30am CST
By Colton Wilson

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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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Hometown Ticketing Athlete of the Week Nominees: January 9-15

Sydney Cherny, Reedsburg

Cherney is one of the top scorers in the state this season in girls basketball and this past week she improved upon that standing even more. First in a 70-37 win over Richland Center, the junior guard scored a game high 39 points. She followed that up with 28 points in a tight 54-50 win over Sauk Prairie. Cherny saved her best performance for last at the Badger Challenge on Saturday. In a 67-54 win over Monona Grove, Cherney scored a program record 50 points while going 20 of 27 from the free throw line.

Carver Fitzsimons, Darlington

Fitzsimons recorded a pair of double-doubles this past week as Darlington improved to 13-1 and took sole possession of first place in the SWAL. First in a 72-35 thumping of River Valley, the 6'4" senior wing had 17 points and 10 rebounds. The Redbirds then squared off with undefeated Mineral Point in a SWAL Conference clash. Fitzsimons finished with 28 points and 13 rebounds as Darlington knocked off the unbeaten Pointers 73-70 in an overtime thriller.

Megan Schuman, Brillion

The Brillion Lions are 12-1 on the season and ranked seventh in the most recent WSN Coaches Poll. Schuman has been a big reason why. Last week in a 65-48 win over Two Rivers, the Winona State commit tallied 29 points and 14 rebounds. Schuman followed that up with 21 points in a 55-34 win over Kiel. On the season, the 6'0" combo forward is averaging over 16 points and eight rebounds per game.

Emma Stebbeds, Madison Metro Lynx

The Madison Metro Lynx picked up a pair of wins on the ice this past week behind the strong play of Stebbeds. The senior forward began the week with a pair of goals in a 5-2 win over the Cap City Cougars. Stebbeds followed that up with another two goals and two assists in a 7-0 shutout of Beaver Dam. According to Wisconsin Prep Hockey, Stebbeds is third in the state in goals with 23 on the season.

TJ Stuttley, Onalaska

Onalaska picked up a pair of impressive wins this past weekend playing at the Midwest Players Classic at the La Crosse Center. Stuttley showed out. First, Onalaska drubbed a good Waunakee team 73-43 as the Division 1 prospect Stuttley put up 15 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals. The 6'5" sophomore then had 18 points, nine rebounds, two assists and two steals in a 55-44 win over Wauwatosa West the following day.


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

HomeTown provides a comprehensive, digital ticketing platform to manage and ticket your events! With flexible options for your fans, including our Fan App, it’s never been easier to pack your stands and track your ticket sales with detailed reporting tools.

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