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TENNIS: Radel lettered four years, started four and was all-conference three times. She was the Wildcats' No. 1 singles player the last two years, and she has a 56-23 career record. Last fall, she was 21-6 and won a second conference singles championship. She appeared in the state tournament in 2010.

BASKETBALL: Radel was a five-year letterwinner, a two-year starter and an all-conference selection. Last season she averaged 12.3 points and 6.3 assists per game. She scored 588 points and had 332 assists in her career for Wildcats teams that were 100-16 the last four years.

SOFTBALL: Radel started and lettered two years as a pitcher. She was hitting .391 through eight games this spring and she entered the season with a career batting average of .346. She entered the season with a career 3.37 earned-run average working more than 156 innings.


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FOOTBALL: Tobkin lettered three years, started two and earned all-conference once. He moved from wide receiver to quarterback as a senior and threw for 1,121 yards and 12 touchdowns. On defense, as a defensive back, Tobkin made 56 solo tackles and 6 interceptions in his career.

WRESTLING: Tobkin earned five letters, was a five-year starter for the Wildcats and earned three all-conference selections. In his career, Tobkin won three conference championships and he was a section champion in 2011, 2010 and 2008. He wrestled twice in the state tournament and placed third in 2012.

BASEBALL: Tobkin started and lettered three years and twice was named to all-conference teams. Through seven games this season he was hitting .304 and he entered with a career batting average of .355 and 23 runs batted in. He had worked almost 30 innings, won three, had two saves and 29 strikeouts.


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CROSS COUNTRY: Austvold was the Wildcats' No. 1 runner in his first year as a letterwinner and he earned all-conference honors after missing his junior season with an injury. He placed seventh, good for all-conference, in the West Central North Conference, and he had a best time of 18 minutes, 1 second.

WRESTLING: Austvold was a starter, a letterwinner and an all-conference pick in each of the last five years. He compiled a 48-5 record and placed third at 132 pounds in the 2012 state meet. He finished his career with a 153-30 record and he recorded 74 pins. He won two conference and section titles and was a three-time state entrant.

TRACK AND FIELD: Austvold lettered twice and he placed fourth in the 800 meters in the 2011 West Central North Conference meet. In 2011, he placed seventh in the 800 at the state track and field meet, and he has a personal-best time in the event of 1 minute, 59.56 seconds.

JOSH BUNGUM - Paynesville

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FOOTBALL: Bungum lettered and started three years and was all-conference twice. He was the conference co-MVP in 2011. Last fall, he rushed for 2,531 yards and 30 touchdowns, and he finished his career with 4,118 yards and 49 TDs. He also threw for 1,273 yards and 13 TDs last fall, and he had 1,529 career passing yards and 16 TDs.

BASEBALL: Bungum started and lettered three years and earned two all-conference selections. Through 10 games this spring, he was hitting .429 and he had a 4-0 pitching record with an 0.78 earned-run average and a no-hitter. He entered the season hitting .255 with 20 RBIs and he'd won eight games with an ERA of 3.07.

BASKETBALL: Bungum started and lettered three years and was an all-conference honorable mention twice. He averaged 12.8 career points and he finished his career this winter with 906 points (he made 114 3-point shots), 149 rebounds, 138 assists and 166 steals.