Fall 2007 Extra Point
Written by Andrew Ottoson Thursday, 30 August 2007 11:27After a 6-4 season that put the Warriors second in their league, Peabody-Burns has a truckload of talent among 12 returning seniors and letterwinners. Pictured are: back row (from left) Alex Bengtsson, Andrew Loucks, Anthony Jones, Sean Corona; middle row, Adam Benson, Thomas McGee, Lukas Bambach, Nick Abramowich; front row, Ben Eldrigde, Nathan Bishop, Will Pratt, Trevor Hamm. Andrew Ottoson. Click image to enlarge
A 6-4 season put the Peabody-Burns High football team in a...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Thursday, 30 August 2007 11:11The boys’ cross-country team at Peabody Burns High School returns six seniors and letter-winners from a squad that came in fourth in Class 2A last year. The girls’ squad returns three seniors. Pictured are: (from left) Aaron Topham, Jessica Rosine, Josh Klarmann, Ryan Wiebe, Duane Unruh, Erica Frederick, Ethan Riggs, Kendall Wiebe. Not pictured: Samantha Pickens. Andrew Ottoson. Click image to enlarge
While it may not be possible to replace two-time state champion Andrew Topham’s leadership and dedication on the Peabody Burns High School cross-country team, the returning Warrior boys are taking aim at holding on to their Heart of America League crown and making a return to state.
With Topham leading the way, the...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Thursday, 30 August 2007 11:08The Peabody-Burns High School volleyball team has six returning seniors and letter-winners. Pictured are: (from left) Becky Morris, Danielle Savage, Bayleigh Clark, Julie Wedel, Tabby O’Neal.Andrew Ottoson / Free Press. Click image to enlarge
After posting a 10-20 record last season, the Peabody-Burns High School volleyball team has six players returning with varsity experience.
Three of those players are seniors: middle hitter Becky Morris (5 feet 6 inches), outside hitter Jessica Gillet (5-6) and outside hitter Tabitha O’Neal (5-7).
Morris earned an honorable mention from the Heart of America League last season and will be integral to the team’s success.
“She leads the way and will be relied upon heavily to...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Thursday, 30 August 2007 11:04After graduating five starters and seven seniors, Centre volleyball will turn to a core of four seniors and letter-winners headlined by two-time all-league hitter Kylie Burhoop this fall. Pictured are: (from left) Samantha Jo Alvarez, Burhoop, Leann Pankratz and Amy Hajek. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press Click image to enlarge
Coming off a 19-13 performance in 2006, and having graduated of five of six starters, the Centre High School volleyball squad is entering a reloading year.
Coach Yvonne Burhoop begins her 26th year on the Cougar bench with three seniors, two juniors and 11 underclassmen on the roster.
“We must stay healthy and develop some of our younger players hitting and setting skills,” Burhoop said.
Written by Andrew Ottoson Thursday, 30 August 2007 11:01With 13 seniors and letterwinners, the Centre High School football team is poised to build on the successes of a 5-4 season. Pictured are: front row (from left), Zach Antoszyk, Steve Antoszyk, Zach Slayden, Bryant Brunner, Ben Krause, Aaron Bowman; back row, Andy Carlson, James Weber, Ethan Forsberg, Ryan Richmond, Ty Remy, Nick Cole, Michael Kaiser. Andrew Ottoson.
In coach Kelly Steiner’s second year at the helm, the Centre High School football team hopes to build on the 5-4 record the Cougars posted last year in the 8-man Division I Eisenhower League.
But Centre will be shorthanded from the outset, having already lost a pair of would-be senior starters to injury. Weber is not expected to play this season...
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