Previous WSD/Lou Fusz Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: May 2019 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: April 2019 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: March 2019 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: February 2019 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: January 2019 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: December 2018 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: November 2018 Student-Athletes of the Month
- PDF: October 2018 Student-Athletes of the Month
The Wentzville School District/Lou Fusz Student-Athlete of the Month aims to recognize varsity student-athletes for their achievements in the classroom, commitment, sportsmanship, and teamwork. The student-athletes below were honored for their performances during April 2019.
Gracyn Pietrusinski // Track & Field // Junior
A multi-sport student-athlete, Gracyn participates in Cross Country in the fall, Diving in the winter and Track in the spring. At the Ft. Zumwalt West Invitational in March, she finished 4th in the 1600 meter race and 3rd in the 3200. In April at the Ft. Zumwalt North Invitational, she notched a 5th place finish in the 1600 and 2nd in the 3200. At the Class 5 District 5 meet on May 11, Gracyn advanced to sectionals with her first-place finish in the 3200-meter race. An honor roll student in the classroom, she also participates in LEAD and HOSA.
Blake Heimburger // Golf // Junior
Holt golfer Blake Heimburger fired his best round of golf at the Class 4 District 4 tournament, leading to his win eventually qualifying for the State tournament. His 2-under-par 69 at the Falls Golf Club lifted him to a four-stroke victory which included an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole, which was his final hole of the day. Blake is also an honor roll student who participates in LEAD.
Chloe Netzel // Soccer // Sophomore
Liberty sophomore Chloe Netzel has been outstanding for the Eagles in 2019. Her 34 goals scored are tops on the team and rank 6th in the metro area. She has scored four goals on two different occasions, three goals in three different games and two goals in seven games. Most recently, she helped Liberty claim its first girls' soccer district title in school history with 4 goals, 1 assist and 9 points in the win over Helias. Chloe is known to have a great work ethic and has been a tremendous asset for the team and program.
Nolan Bone // Track & Field // Senior
A member of the Eagles track & field squad, Nolan recently recorded the area’s best mark earlier this year at 15 feet 3 inches at the GAC Central meet, which also stands as a school record. He has also won the pole vault earlier in the season at meets conducted at Timberland, Kirkwood, and Waynesville. After high school, He plans to attend the University of Alabama and will try to make the track and field team as a walk-on. He was also recognized as one of the STLHighSchoolSports.com Athletes of the Week on May 8, 2019.
Mia Corrigan // Soccer // Senior
Timberland senior Mia Corrigan has been an outstanding student in the classroom and it shows through her grades and her appearances on the honor roll. She is a four-year starter and also the captain of the varsity soccer team. Mia is currently second on the team in goals scored and first in assists. She recorded three goals on May 7 versus Liberty and scored two goals on three different occasions this season. Following high school, Mia has committed to attend Lindenwood University to continue her education and soccer career.
Aaron Reed // Tennis // Senior
Aaron Reed has a reputation as a fantastic student in and out of the classroom. He has worked really hard in the off-season this year to make Varsity Gold for the Wolves’ tennis squad and has done an outstanding job. In GACs, his 1st place win at #6 singles helped push the team into a first-place tie with Liberty. He also helped a JV player step up to fill in for his doubles partner who was out during GACs to win 2nd place in their bracket for #3 doubles. Also an honor roll student, Aaron is a great role model for his peers.