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West Central Tribune
Hengstler-Ranweiler Awards
Willmar Minnesota 2208 Trott Ave. SW / P.O. Box 839 56201


10 letters

Football: Athmann lettered and started three years and was an all-conference selection two years for the Warriors. In his career as the Warriors quarterback, he threw for 2,736 yards, 34 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, and he ran for 415 yards and 10 scores. He made 7 interceptions and 75 tackles.


Basketball: The Warriors' guard was a four-year letterwinner, started three years and was named all-conference twice. Last winter, he averaged 17.7 points 6.6 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.8 steals per game for the 14-11 Warriors. He ended his career with 1,033 career points and made 215 3-point shots in his career, 86 of which came in his senior season.

Baseball: Athmann lettered and started three years and was named all-conference twice as a centerfielder and part-time pitcher. Athmann entered this season with a .321 batting average for a team that won the West Central South Conference championship. He had 23 RBIs through eight games this spring.


11 letters

Baseball: Maiers was a four-year letterwinner and starter and was named all-conference three years as a shortstop and pitcher. A career .439 hitter, he also had more than 40 RBIs and 20 doubles while also stealing bases at more than a 90 percent clip.

Basketball: Maiers won three letters, started three years and was an all-conference selection once in his career. He average 16.8 points this last season and 13.2 points per game for his career. He also averaged 3.4 rebounds and 4.0 steals over his varsity years. Ended his prep career with 974 points, 251 rebounds, 216 assists and 184 steals.

FOOTBALL: Maiers was a three-year starter as a wide receiver and safety and he won four letters and earned an all-conference spot once in his prep career. Made 20 career receptions and 3 touchdowns, and had 76 career solo tackles, 115 assisted tackles and 8 interceptions.


11 letters

Volleyball: Kalenberg won letters in three season and was an all-around stellar performer for the Mustangs. She collected 765 set assists - including 389 in her senior season - and she was good on 806 of 853 serves in her career, including 57 aces. Kalenberg was 122 of 139 on service receptions.

Basketball: Kalenberg was last season's Tomahawk Conference player of the year. She lettered three years and started two. She averaged 19 points last season and averaged 12 over her career, and she also had averaged 6.5 assists, 5 assists and almost 5 steals. She has 688 career points, 238 rebounds, 248 assists and 186 steals.

Softball: Kalenberg earned five varsity letters, was a four-year starter and a two-time all-conference choice. Through 10 games this season, she was hitting .533 and was flirting with .400 for her career as a shortstop and pitcher. An all-state academic selection in all three of her sports.


8 letters

Basketball: Daugherty won three letters, started two years and was a two-time all-conference selection. His senior season last winter mirrored his career numbers of 13.2 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. He ended his career with 811 points.

Soccer: Daugherty played and started three years for the Bluejays varsity, which does not compete in a conference. After his sophomore season as a defender, Daugherty moved to midfield. In the 2010 season, Daugherty had 4 goals and an assist and also made 13 saves.

Baseball: CMCS did not play a varsity schedule during Daugherty's sophomore season, but he made an impact once the program returned to varsity status. Last season, he hit .290 with 13 runs scored and he stole 11 bases. He was versatile, too, logging time as a pitcher, catcher and infielder. He was an all-conference selection as a junior.