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The Mineral Point Volleyball Team was honored for its 2017 season at a banquet Sunday, November 5 in the cafetorium. Varsity Awards Best Attitude: Miranda Oellerich Best Effort: Alayna McCarville Most Respectful: Miranda Oellerich Team MVP: Kyla Lindsey Most Assists: McKenna Reichling Most Blocks: Kyla Lindsey Most Digs: Alayna McCarville Most Kills: Kyla Lindsey … Read More
2017-18 SWAL ALL-LEAGUE TEAM VOLLEYBALL Team-Record-Coach Cuba City 12 – 0 Keri Lawson Darlington 10 – 2 Jennifer Schwartz Southwestern 9 – 3 Dierdre Neis Iowa-Grant 6 – 6 Marla Simon Boscobel 4 – 8 Cassandra Kirschbaum Mineral Point 3 – 9 Nicole Henke Riverdale 2 – 10 Leah Boebel Fennimore 1 – 11 … Read More
Sixteen senior girls and sixteen senior boys from Mercer to Darlington have been selected as recipients of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Award underwritten by Marshfield Clinic. The winners include the first ever female from Mineral Point High School to claim this prestigious honor, Sydney Staver. (Ryan McGuire, 2010, is the only other … Read More
The Mineral Point Volleyball Team held its awards banquet Sunday, November 6. The following players were honored (pictured left to right): Elise Ames: Most Dedicated Destinee Kruser: Honorable Mention All Conference Malorie Johnson: Most Improved Sydney Staver: Captain, Most Valuable Player, First Team All Conference, Most Valuable Player All Conference Haley Chubb: Captain, First Team … Read More
Mineral Point’s Sydney Staver was named the SWAL Conference Volleyball MVP and also earned First Team honors. Joining her on the First Team were teammates Haley Chubb and Jalissa Weier. Destinee Kruser earned Honorable Mention. The Pointers earned their first SWAL title since 2002.
The Mineral Point volleyball team is hosting a Cancer Night on September 22 to raise awareness and funding for patients with all types of cancer. The Cancer Night will take place during their match vs. Iowa Grant. The junior varsity and varsity reserve teams play at 5:45 pm with the varsity match to follow at … Read More
Cassie Bossert, MPHS Junior, is a featured athlete profile from the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). Read here about the young lady who hasn’t let a severe hearing impairment impact her success. Bossert knows no limits WIAA article