We battled through the Pandemic and the Derecho and still managed to have another great year for the Athlete of the Week program, sponsored Cedar Rapids Toyota. Here is a look back at our 37 winners this season.
Wash senior Grayson Zylstra is ending his high school career with a bang. Zylstra switched to singles play this year and is 18-1 playing in the number one spot for the Warriors. Zylstra, who will play at DePauw University next year, has worked really hard his game to be one of the top players in the state.
After winning a state doubles title two years ago and leading her team to a team championship, Xavier Senior Miyako Coffey switched to singles play this season and has been just as dominating, looking to add more hardware to her collection at the state championships.
Maquoketa Valley 5″9 forward Taya Tucker had a magical senior season. Her Wildcats reeled off 25 straight wins before losing in the 2A title game to Dike New Hartford, Tucker was named to the all-tournament team
Wick rewrote the Regals’ record books this season with more than 1400 yards receiving and 16 touchdown grabs. In the class A championship win over Grundy Center, Alec had a record nine catches for 226 yards and a touchdown. Simply put, Wick catches everything in site.