Rogers fall sports honors, leaders listed
Conference and team honors for Rogers fall sports teams, along with statistical leaders, are listed her for football, soccer, tennis and volleyball.
The Royals, conference and section champions, picked up three Mississippi 8 Outstanding Player awards — Austin Derouin for defensive line, Clay LeVasseur for linebacker, and Andrew Smith for special teams/utility. Ten Royals were all-conference, and as M-8 champs, they had the coach of the year, Marc Franz, and assistant coach of the year, defensive coordinator Matt Webb. Kyle Williams rushed for 930 yards and Jack McGuire 911. Smith’s seven interceptions were a team single-season record. McGuire scored 11 TDs and McGuire and quarterback Matt Weber had 10 each.
Team record – 6-1 conference, 9-2 overall
All-conference — Jack McGuire (sr RB), Kyle Williams (sr FB), Matt Weber (sr QB/LB), Clay LeVasseur (sr LB/OL), David Miller (sr OL/DL), Lukas Belflower (sr OL/DL), Andrew Smith (sr DB/WR), Austin Derouin (sr DL/TE), Jamal Brown (sr OL/DL), Cyrus Biah (sr DL) …. Honorable mention: Austin Barbeln (sr TE/DB), Mitch O’Neil (sr RB/DB), Nate Roehl (jr RB/DB), Mitch Grupa (jr LB/PK), Josh Malin (jr DL)
Conference outstanding player awards – Defensive lineman: Derouin … Linebacker: LeVasseuer … Special Teams/Utility: Smith
Team awards – Best role model: Miller … Toughest: Weber, LeVasseuer … Best practice attitude: Biah, O’Neill … Most improved: Taylor McAlpine … Biggest heart: Williams
Offensive leaders – Rushing (att-yrds-td): Williams 141-930-10, McGuire 129-911-11, Weber 85-295-10 … Passing: Weber 56-for-123, 687 yards, 2 td, 5 int … Receiving: Smith 25-337-2 … Scoring: McGuire 66, Weber 60, Williams 60 … Kicking: Grupa 4 FG, 17-18 XP, 29 points
Defensive leaders – Tackles (solo-assist): LeVasseur 71-46-117, Derouin 56-24-80, Biah 40-39-79, Weber 29-27-56, Williams 19-31-50, Grupa 20-29-49, Smith 31-12-43 … Sacks: Derouin 9, Biah 9 … Tackles for loss: Derouin 15, Biah 15, LeVasseur 15, Weber 10 … QB hurries: Derouin 16, Biah 15 … Interceptions: Smith 7, Berbeln 3, Parker Veith 2, Miller 2
Kenny Johnson was team MVP and got his second all-Mississippi 8 honor along with Kyle Bogart. Brady Johnson was the leader in goals with seven, also making all-conference.
Team record – 3-4 conference, 3-13-1 overall
All-conference – Kenny Johnson (sr F), Kyle Bogart (sr D), Brady Johnson (jr mid) …. Honorable mention: Grant Morrisette (sr D), Kenny Kalk (jr mid), Isaac Aanerud (so D)
Team awards – MVP: K. Johnson …. Offensive player: B. Johnson … Defensive player: Bogart … Most improved: CJ Rich (so G)
Senior midfielder Jessica Bianchi earned her third all-conference honor and was named to the coaches association all-state team. Gabby Moter got her second all-conference award. They had 10 goals each. Five Royals made all-conference.
Team record – 4-1-1 conference, 8-7-2 overall
Coaches Assn. all-state – Jessica Bianchi, sr mid
All-conference – seniors Bianchi, Jacqueline Zoubek (goal); juniors Storm Keyte (mid), Gabby Moter (fwd); sophomore Maddy Pippen (def) … Honorable mention: juniors Sydni Grover (mid), Courtney Stutelberg (mid), Kirsten Heikkenen (mid), Lindsey Paul (mid), Kelsey Frain (def); sophomore Tessa Quintavalle (mid)
Team awards – MVP: Banchi … Most improved: Brittany Dorn (so mid) … Hustle: Courtney Stutelberg … Ms. Defense: Pippin
Scoring leaders (goals-assists) – Bianchi 10-7, Moter 10-3, Heikkenen 4-2, Paul 3-1
Goalkeeping – Zoubek .867 save pct., 1.67 goals-against; Cassidy Stutelberg .876 save pct., 1.37 goals-against
The Royals had four all-conference picks — they’d never had more than one previously — after winning their first Mississippi 8 title. Danielle Anderson got her third honor and was joined by Gina Peppin, Bailey Kolles and Rachel Dodd. Anderson raised her career wins record to 56 (including three years at No. 1 singles), which Dodd will likely pass, having 50 with two seasons left.
Team record – 6-0 conference, 15-8 overall
All-conference – seniors Danielle Anderson (1S, 3rd honor), Gina Peppin (1D), Bailey Kolles (2D); soph Rachel Dodd (1D) … Honorable mention: senior Sarah Kornovich (3S), junior Katy Meyer (2D), sophomore Julie Sporer (2D)
Team awards – MVP: Anderson …. Hustle: Sporer … Most improved: Sydney Livingston (soph 3D) … Sportsmanship: Kianna Koeppe (frsh, 3D)
Won-lost records – Dodd 26-6, Peppin 23-7, Anderson 22-11, Kolles 17-14, Kornovich 16-13, Sporer 16-14, Meyer 12-15, Sydney Livingston 12-16, Kiana Koeppe 12-15, Samantha Fitzpatrick 12-12
Conference points leaders – Peppin 66, Dodd 66, Anderson 65, Kolles 54
Team records set – Career wins: Anderson 56 …. Career power points: Anderson 662 … Wins in a season: Dodd 26
Rogers had its best season with a 19-9 record, led by junior Abby Folk, who was team MVP and all-conference for the second time each. She paced them in serving, digs, and serve receives. Maddie Schaeffer and Jordyn Motter were also all-conference. The Royals put an amazing 95.7 percent of their serves in play, led by Folk 354-for-358. Motter led with 199 kills.
Team record – 4-2 conference, 19-9 overall
All-conference – Maddie Schaeffer (sr S), Jordyn Motter (sr OH/MB), Abby Folk (jr L) … Honorable mention: Bre Westberg (sr OH), Joelle Stangler (sr Def)
Team awards – MVP: Folk … Most improved: Sam Kalthoff (sr S) … DIG (desire, intensity, guts): Stangler … HEART (hard work, energy, attitude, respect, teamwork): Stangler
Individual leaders – Kills: Motter 199, Lizzy Meyer 150, Claire Martinez 133, Westberg 91 … Kill percentage: Martinez .342, Motter .334, Westberg .333, Meyer .318 … Blocks: Meyer 47, Motter 30 … Serving percentage: Folk .989, Kendra Burr .967, Kalthoff .959, Stangler .954, Schaeffer .942, Motter .937, Meyer .932 … Aces: Schaeffer 26, Burr 20, Meyer 20, Folk 18 … Assists: Schaeffer 409, Kalthoff 227 … Digs: Folk 450, Stangler 231, Burr 176 … Serve-receives: Folk 540, Stangler 449, Burr 344 …
Team records set – Folk 961 career digs, 1092 serve receptions
Team honor – Mississippi 8 academic team award