Henry Sibley fall sports wrap up
Henry Sibley fall sports wrap up
Posted on 11/22/2017

Fall sports wrap up graphicSeason highlights from Henry Sibley High School’s fall athletics: 

Cross Country - Head Coach: Erik Kluznik
The Henry Sibley boys’ cross country team ended their regular season with a third place finish at the Metro East Conference championship with captains Ben Archambeau and Myles Fleming leading the way. Fleming, the team MVP, and Bennett Challifour were named all-conference honorees, while Bailey Volkmann and Magnus Herschbach were awarded all-conference honorable mention. Payton Weber-Rolfes was was chosen as the team’s most improved. In addition, Fleming earned all-state honors and qualified for the Class AA State Cross Country Meet.

Led by captains Caroline Johnson and Rose Dill, the girls’ cross country team earned a first place victory at this year’s Metro East Conference Championship meet. Dill, Johnson, Jaylen Rosga, Sarah Miller, Mary Votel and Amanda Tuvey were each named all-conference, while Olivia Segura was named honorable mention. Miller also was voted most improved by her teammates, and Dill was named the team MVP.

Football - Head Coach: Tom Orth
The 2017 season was one of continued improvement for the Henry Sibley football team, which finished the season with an overall 3-6 record. Max Gantman, Juan Gonzales, Mike Villarreal, Tate Schilling and Joe Kammeyer led the team as captains. Kammeyer was named the team MVP and earned an all-conference award. Other all-conference honorees included both Gonzales and Jordin Jurado. Villarreal, Schilling, Kobe Knutson and Elliot Tuvey received all-conference honorable mentions. Chance Morrison was voted most improved player. 

Girls Soccer - Head Coach: Caitlyn (CJ) Haring
The Henry Sibley girls’ soccer team completed the 2017 season with a 3-9-3 overall record (1-5-1 in the Metro East Conference). Lily Stringer was named the team MVP as well as received all-conference honors along with Audrey Parnell. Other players awarded all-conference honorable mention were Natalie Parnell, Laura Friedmann and Kavya Vellicolungara. Claire Allen was voted as the team’s most improved player.

Boys Soccer - Head Coach: Terry Doud
Captains Oliver McEllistrem, Alex Fenne and Kevyn Grado-Nunez led the Henry Sibley boys’ soccer team during the 2017 season. Grado-Nunez was awarded all-conference and the team MVP, while McEllistrem and Sean Gehrts also picked up all-conference for the Warriors. Fenne, Brandon Morris and Benji Perlstein were named all-conference honorable mention. The boys finished the season with a 4-7-2 overall record (2-5-1 in the Metro East Conference). Zachary Lindgren received the team’s most improved player award.

Girls Swimming - Head Coach: Will Anzion 
The 2017 Henry Sibley girls’ swimming and diving team was led by captains Emma Saunders, Amily Smith and Sammy Martinez. Sonja Hanson, Emma Olmanson and Avery Vogen each landed All-Metro East Conference honors. The team finished their season placing fourth at the Metro East Conference Championship and sixth at the Section 4A Meet.

Girls Tennis - Head Coach: Tony Gatti
The Henry Sibley girls’ tennis team finished a strong 2017 season with a 10-3 overall record, but a 6-1 mark saw the Warriors finish in second place in the Metro East Conference. Allie Prokosch, and Annie Gydesen were named the team MVP’s and picked up all-conference honors along with Jaelyn Orth. Cecily Parry and Jill Ploss were awarded all-conference honorable mention. Parry also served as team captain alongside Prokosch and Gydesen. Emma Nagel was chosen as the most improved player.

Volleyball Head coach: Katie Naughton
Captains Alexis Lein, Hannah Stine and Loise Barhayiga helped guide the Henry Sibley volleyball team to an 18-10 record during the 2017 season, including a 5-2 mark in the Metro East Conference. Stine was named the team MVP and added an all-conference award to her career. Brooke Solberg was also rewarded with all-conference and Maria Ramos, Brooke Bosworth and Erica Kladar were named all-conference honorable mention. Most improved player went to Barhayiga.