We salute you Michael Cessna from Centennial High School. Michael was a member of the Alpine ski team for 4 years, cross country for 3 and was ready to start his 3rd year of track and field this year. He will attend the University of Sioux Falls this fall and has signed a letter of intent to be part of the Track and Field Program. His mom and dad say they are so proud of him for all his great accomplishments throughout his high school career.
We salute you Eve Goldstein, a senior thrower at Somerset High School in Somerset, Wisconsin, where she missed her senior year of track and field. She finished her high school career as one of the most accomplished in track and field state history winning 4 state titles - two in shot put and two in discus. She was also in the top ten in her class, a member of the National Honor Society and an accomplished musician. She has accepted a track scholarship to North Dakota.
We salute you Duncan Bistodeau of Delano High School where he is missing his senior year of lacrosse. His mom says Duncan has had a very positive spirit and made the best of times throughout this quarantine. He’ll be attending St. Johns University in the fall where he is excited to play lacrosse.
And we salute you Cordelia Ruch, a senior at Bloomington Kennedy. She was on the High School softball team since 7th grade, she is missing out on her 4th Varsity Season. She also was the Varsity Volleyball Manager and active in Student Government. Cordelia will be playing Softball at St. Mary’s University in Winona while pursuing a career in Biology on the Pre-Physician Assistance track.