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Male Athlete of the Month: Travis York

Male Athlete of the Month: Travis York

By Mary Racette Travis York is an active member of the Milan youth community, through his dedication of being a student leader and a varsity athlete.  York has been a member of the high school soccer and track teams since his freshman year. York was introduced to soccer at a young age, when he played […]

Female Athlete of the Month: Emily Monroe

Female Athlete of the Month: Emily  Monroe

By Mary Racette Honors student Emily Monroe has been a valuable member of the varsity cross country and track teams since her freshman year.  As a senior captain and a competitive racer, Monroe is going into her final high school cross country season as a “force to be reckoned with”, according to her coach Steven […]

Male Athlete of the Month: William Kurtz

Male Athlete of the Month: William Kurtz

By Mary Racette The Male Athlete of the Month is upcoming senior and multisport varsity athlete, William Kurtz.  He sees no offseason, dedicating the winter to basketball and spending the rest of the year running cross country and track.   This year on the varsity team, Kurtz will finish up his basketball career which he […]

Female Athlete of the Month: Sophia Morelock

Female Athlete of the Month: Sophia Morelock

By Mary Racette Sophia Morelock has shown exemplary characteristics of a Milan High School Athlete of the Month through her dedication to her school work and swimming career.  Morelock swims year round, competing on the Saline Swim Team and the MHS varsity team. Raised in Milan, Morelock began swimming at the age of seven and […]

Male Athlete of the Month: Logan Obey

Male Athlete of the Month: Logan Obey

By Mary Racette Multisport varsity athlete and honors student Logan Obey is a senior at Milan High School and the Male Athlete of the Month.  He has lived in Milan his whole life, beginning his athletic career at six years old. Obey’s love for soccer started young, and he struck with it for over twelve […]