Four Clintonville athletes have earned winter sports All-Eastern Valley Conference recognition for their efforts this season. Tim Jerabek, Cole Cotherman, Autumn Voigt and Tyler Petermann were all named to All-Conference lists in their respective sports.
Jerabek, a senior, earned Second Team All-Conference honors this year while compiling a 28-13 record. He also earned several end-of-season team awards, including the Most Dedicated, Most Improved, Team Leadership, Cat and Mouse, and Pin to Win awards. He plans on continuing his wrestling career at Concordia University Wisconsin.
“Tim was a great senior leader this year,” said Coach Justin Mc Auly. “He never missed a practice and he dedicated himself to summer wrestling and a weight training program this past year. He has also helped the youth wrestlers quite a bit this season. He will be missed.”
Cotherman, a junior, earned Third Team All-Conference honors this year while wrestling his way to a 19-14 record. At the end of the season, he earned his team’s Most Dedicated award.
“Cole has a great work ethic in practice. He dedicated himself to a weight training program and summer wrestling this offseason,” commented Mc Auly. “He also worked out great with our youth wrestlers. He shows great leadership characteristics and I believe he is ready to lead our team next year and take his wrestling to the next level.”
Voigt, a junior, averaged a double-double for the Lady Truckers this year, scoring 11.3 points per game and grabbing 11.3 rebounds per game. Clintonville finished fifth in the Eastern Valley Conference with an 8-8 record and made it to a Regional Championship game. Voigt’s efforts helped her earn Second Team All-Conference honors this year.
“Autumn has improved a lot over the year. She has doubled her season averages in points and rebounds from her sophomore year to now,” said Coach Stephanie Wengelski. “Her hard work and determination has shown in her play. She’s been a big part in the success we’ve had this season and I am looking forward to her having an even stronger senior season.”
Petermann, a sophomore, was the Trucker boys’ varsity basketball team’s leading scorer this year, averaging 13 points per game. He also led the team in rebounding with five rebounds per game. He earned Third Team All-Eastern Valley Conference recognition for his efforts this year.
“Tyler puts in a lot of time working on his game,” commented Coach Shawn Howe. “He is one of those players who come to practice wanting to learn and work hard. You like that as a coach.”