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Indians of the Week for week ending February 20


The Indians of the Week are chosen by coaches, and recognize student-athletes that play sports that are currently in season. This week's Indians of the Week (for the week of February 15-20) include Sydney Coffey and Marc Crotta for high school, and Mallory Higgins and Koen Eller for middle school. PAST INDIANS OF THE WEEK

Sydney Coffey - Soccer

High School Girl

As one of the senior captains, Sydney Coffey has not only been highly responsive and a reliable leader, she has also benefited the team on the field, scoring the first goal of the season against Athens Academy. The coaching staff and team are very proud of Sydney and look forward to GREAT things this season in part because of her presence and significant influence on the team. I unreservedly recommend Sydney Coffey as this week's IOW.
-coach Travis Mullis

Marc Crotta - Rifle

High School Boy

I would like to submit Marc Crotta for IOW.  Marc is a very conscientious, hard-working athlete.  He absorbs information given to him and then applies himself until he has mastered it.  Marc’s hard work was displayed at the latest Match when as a Freshman, he came in second with the crowd focusing on his final shots!
-coach Tim Stamey

Mallory Higgins - Golf

Middle School Girl

I want to select eighth-grader Mallory Higgins as our Indian of the Week. Mallory is a strong leader on and off the course. Carrying a 4.0 academically, she has a great work ethic and always displays a positive attitude. In addition to leading her teammates with her academic performance and positive attitude, Mallory came through with the lowest score for our first week of qualifying.
-coach Hannah Satterfield

Koen Eller - Soccer

Middle School Boy

He has stepped up as a player and leader for this year's team. Attending all voluntary training before the season, he was both encouraging and instructional with the team's newcomers. When tapped to lead the defense for our middle school team, he took the challenge in stride. In our first outing, he communicated well, organizing the group. His strong presence in the back helped limit the White County attack and held them scoreless for the contest.
-coach Chris Kafsky


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