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Published by Lisa Miller, 2021-09-15 10:56:09

2021 BVN FALL Activity Guide

2021 FALL Activity Guide-final

Mustang Seniors BLUE VALLEY NORTHMustang Seniors

FALL ACTIVITY GUIDE—2021-22

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Children’s mercy

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Mustang Seniors Mustang AdministratiMounstang Seniors

Dear Mustang Community,

We are all very excited to welcome

back all of our students and to jump

back in to Mustang athletics and ac-

tivities! As we return from an uncon-

ventional year, maintaining support

and encouragement to our programs

will be more important than ever. One

of our biggest goals as a school is to

engage students in extracurricular

programs and help them understand

the importance of being part of a

community. Dedication to this goal,

coupled with the hard work of our stu-

dents, staff, and parents, has pro-

duced the excellent tradition of suc-

cess shared among all of our pro-

grams. While championships and titles

are great validation of hard work, we

value the relationships and connec-

tions made between our outstanding

young men and women representing

our school. The wealth of talent and

diversity in our school makes BVN such

a special place, and we are eager to

share this with the world. It is what

makes us a Mustang Family! Left to Right: Cory Cox, Asst. Principal of Activities; Kelli Kurle, Associate Principal of Athletics;

It is our goal that Blue Valley North is Dr. Lisa Stolper, Asst. Principal of Curriculum & Instruction; Dr. Tyson Ostroski, Principal
not only a home to our students, but

that you as a parent/guardian also

involve yourself with the North Community. A great way to do this is to join The Mustang Club. The Blue Valley

North Family would like to THANK the BVN Mustang Club for its continued support financially, as well as in their

volunteer efforts. We simply would not be the successful school that we are without the support of our parent

booster club. I strongly encourage you to patronize the businesses that advertise in this Activity Program and

ask you to please join The Mustang Club as it directly impacts our students on a daily basis. Your ongoing in-

volvement and support are essential to the overall success of our school.

I look forward to seeing you all at our Mustang activities and games this year, and it is my honor to cheer on
our outstanding students.

Mustang Proud!

Tyson Ostroski, Principal
Blue Valley North High School

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Mustang Seniors Mustang SupportersMustang Seniors

Adams Signs & Banners......................................................................................................17
Advent Health ......................................................................................................................10
Blue Valley Education Foundation ..................................................................................25
Broderick Team ReMax State Line ...................................................................................46
Children's Mercy KC.............................................................................................................. 2
Cusick, J. Douglas, MD (Integrity Strategies) .................................................................43
Dental Expressions ...............................................................................................................49
Dightman Capital Group...................................................................................................22
Epic Landscaping................................................................................................................27
Fly Over Travel ......................................................................................................................25
FNBO....................................................................................................................................... 27
Fox Hill Veterinary Clinic .....................................................................................................24
Hangers Cleaners ................................................................................................................24
Hechler Orthodontics .........................................................................................................43
Johnny's Tavern...................................................................................................................... 5
KC Supply ..............................................................................................................................13
LNS Law Firm (Sorenson).....................................................................................................41
Mustang Club Membership...............................................................................................48
Mustang Club Spirit Wear ..................................................................................................44
Mustang Club Yard Signs...................................................................................................32
Plaza Academy ...................................................................................................................17
Wok & Roll Express ...............................................................................................................38

A very special thank you to our Platinum Sponsors: Advent Health, KC Supply, and Children’s Mercy.

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Mustang Seniors Table of Contents Mustang Seniors

Administrative Team........................................ 3 Football ...................................................... 33-35
Advertisers Index .............................................. 4 Golf (Girls) ........................................................ 36
BVN Mustang Club .......................................6-8 Soccer (Boys) ............................................ 38-40
Band...............................................................9-21 Tennis (Girls)............................................... 45-47
Cheerleading.............................................23-24 Volleyball ................................................... 49-51
Cross Country.............................................28-29 Spirit Ads ........................................19, 22, 26, 43
Dance..........................................................30-31 Cover Photo by Chrissy Wichman

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MUSTANG CLUB
Roster 2021-22

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MUSTANG CLUB
Co-Presidents

Dear BVN Community,
We are so excited about the 2021-2022 school year at Blue Valley

North! We would like to encourage you to consider supporting the BVN
Mustang Club. (formerly known as BVN Parent Booster Club)

The Mustang Club is dedicated to supporting and elevating excel-
lence for ALL Mustangs. We promote and support the arts, music clubs/
groups, athletic teams, and many other extracurricular activities that enhance the high-school ex-
perience for our students. We can't do this without volunteers and financial support from a great
community of BVN parents.
Joining the Mustang Club and volunteering at school events are great ways to get connect-
ed with other parents, support our students, and get involved in the BVN community. The more in-
volvement we have from our parents, the higher we can "elevate the excellence" within our school
community!
Over the past 5 years, the BVN Mustang Club has granted nearly $400,000 to support BVN stu-
dents. Even last year, given all the obstacles our students and community faced, we were able to
grant over $75,000. We obviously couldn't provide this extracurricular depth and support for our stu-
dents without the generous support of corporate sponsors, parents memberships and time dona-
tions.
The Mustang Club is for ALL BVN families, grandparents, friends, and alumni! Below are a few ways
you can get involved and support our students ~ www.bvnmustangs.com:

Support Financially:

• Become a Mustang Club Member at one of the 5 membership levels available.
• Become a sponsor of the Mustang Club by placing an ad for your business on the website and/

or in the activity guides.

• Purchase Mustang Club "Spirit Wear" online or at our home games.

Volunteer Time, Talent, and Skills:
• Volunteer at athletic and other extracurricular events.
• Join a Booster Club Committee to support a specific event, team or cause.

Engage and Support the BVN Community:

• Attend and help support Mustang Club Social Activities (i.e. Homecoming Parade, Bonfire, Fire-
works, Tailgate Parties, Annual Parent Social, and Buckaroo Bash).

• Join the greatest community of parents in all of Kansas, get involved to help elevate the excel-
lence of our student activities and provide financial support!

Thank you for your support and consideration - Go Mustangs!

Elizabeth & Ben Stites
2021-2022 Mustang Club Co-Presidents

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MUSTANG CLUB BOARD

Over the past year, the Mustang Club funded the following projects:

School Spirit Events
Hospitality for School-Hosted Tournaments

Staff Appreciation Lunches and Dinners
Office Volunteers

Chaperones for School Dances
Back-to-School Activities
Senior Activities
Activity Guide Publication
Concession Stands

Band and Orchestra Activities
Music and Theater Activities

Athletic Equipment
Debate/Forensics Activities

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If you would like to join or become more involved, visit www.bvnmustangs.com
and click the "Online Forms" tab. Thank you for your support!

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BVN BANDS

Director: Dan Freeman

Years at BVN: 11

Teaching Responsibilities: Fall Band Classes: Marching Bands,
Concert Band, Freshman Band; Spring Band Classes: Wind En-
semble, Symphonic Band, and Concert Band; Year Round
Courses: Jazz Ensembles, Honors and Regular Music Theory and
lots and lots of Pep Bands.

Education: University of Kansas: Bachelor of Music Performance;
Indiana University Jacobs’ School of Music: Master of Science in Music Education and Master of
Music Performance

COACH/SPONSOR PHILOSOPHY: To help all students attain personal excellence through the perfor-
mance, understanding, and appreciation of music.

SEASON OUTLOOK: We are VERY excited to be back this year! After our Covid-year-off of marching
band, the Band is very excited to present our Traditional Pre-Game show, which will set the tone for
exciting football game nights! And, our powerful Halftime Show – “The Road Not Taken,” is sure to
entertain and impress. The show pairs music from John Denver, Americana, Metallica, Frozen, and
famous English composer Gustav Holst with eye-catching visuals – including a yellow forest on the
football field!! The show portrays the theme of Robert Frost’s famous poem “The Road Not Taken” –
challenging all of us to find our best path through life. We will perform at all home football games,
the BV District Marching Showcase on 9/27, the K-State Marching Festival on 10/23, and the Neewol-
lah (Halloween backwards) Marching Festival in Independence, KS on 10/30. Don’t miss out – at the
Homecoming/Senior Night Football Game (10/8), make sure to stay after the game and catch our
Postgame Light Show!

PERSONAL INFORMATION: I am so very proud and excited to work with the wonderful students of the
BVN Bands - I can’t think of anywhere else I’d rather be! Our outstanding students are backed by
wonderfully supportive parents, and the result is a phenomenal community for the band pro-
gram. We are also incredibly fortunate in our staff: Mr. Wagoner, Mrs. Sipes, Mr. Betzelberger, and
Mr. Solomon are spectacular! We are all proud to be Mustangs! My wife, Christine, and I are loving
every step of
parenthood,
as our daugh-
ter Lilianna
turns six this
November
and just start-
ed Kinder-
garten, and
little brother
Matthew,
who turned
two in May.

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MARCHING MUSTANGS
Drum Majors

Directors and Drum Majors, L to R: Mr. Dan Freeman – Director of Bands; Hammad Javed, Lauren Jenkins, Keaton Lewis, Mr. Joel Wagoner – Asst. Director

BVN BANDS
Staff

Mr. Joel D. Wagoner – Mr. Charlie Betzelberger – Mr. Michael Solomon – LMS Band Mrs. Amanda K. Sipes –
Assistant Band Director Percussion Director Director, Brass, and Visuals Coach Color Guard Director

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MARCHING MUSTANGS
Alto Saxes

Front Row: Aiyana
Winstead-Moody,
Junie Ko, Alli
DeBaun, Benjamin
Mieczkowski, Lauren
Jenkins
Back Row: Jacob
Schneller, Brennon
Bates, Harry Wang,
Benjamin Nix

MARCHING MUSTANGS
Baritones & Tubas

Front Row: Charlie Arnold,
David Stutz, Edward Mu
Middle Row: Keaton Lewis,
Evan Lynam, Nicholas Hayob,
Joseph Hudson
Back Row: Liam Kille, Edward
Hughey, Logan Amato
Not Pictured: Caleb Harder

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MARCHING MUSTANGS
Clarinets

Front Row: Leah
Candelario, Farrah
Hubbard, Madeline
Bishop, Dakota Raper,
John Muldoon, Megan
Meyer
Back Row: Jessica
Bishop, Sindhura
Marella, Quinn Koffman,
Brent Pitts, Audrey
Beckman, Landon Nelson
Not Pictured: Joscelyn
Giminez-Wilson, Caden
Graham, Mithran Rajesh

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MARCHING MUSTANGS
Flutes

Front Row: El O’Brien, Ali Piper, Claire Henderson,
Stephanie Hall, Emily Nelson;
Back Row: Carolyn Scott, Isabella Gabriel, Hannah Chong,
Hammad Javed, Isaac Broadfoot

MARCHING MUSTANGS
Mellophones

Left to Right: Olivia Simpson, Emerson Harse, Parker Alexander, Ethan Burnett

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MARCHING MUSTANGS
Tenor & Bari Sax

Front Row: Paul Fishbach, Miles
Chen, Reese Toben, Jessie
Peck, William Snider
Back Row: Ella Davis, Triston
Schelstrate, Harry Wang, Bren-
non Bates, Noah Nix

MARCHING MUSTANGS
Trombones

Gavin Nelson, Connor Cott, Parker Lank, Trent D’Amico, Virginia Haas, Nolan Call; Not Pictured: James Crain

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MARCHING MUSTANGS
Trumpets

Front Row: Aadhya Bhatia, Luke Wakeman, Max
Zhang; Middle Row: Zengtao Xing, Oliver Zhang,
Emery Shaw, Garrett Dailey; Back Row: Matthew
Warner, Devereaux Knight, Klein McGraw, A. J.
Himstedt; Not Pictured: Hayden Hartsell

Our Mission:

Plaza Academy's mission is to provide
academic, therapeutic, and civic
education in an ownership-based
environment that empowers our non-
traditional learners to gain the skills and
confidence to graduate high school and
become successful young adults.

www.bvnmustangs.com 7300 W 119th St, Overland Park, KS 66213
816-561-07700 www.plazaacademy.org

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BVN BANDS
Percussion

Front Row: Hyesoo Song, Mae Tuschman, Isabella Holtorf, Rahul Chavali, Athan Tran, Harriet Wallace; Middle Row: Ryan Danda, Nash Rosado, Jessica Ja-
cobson, Nathaniel Beckman, Jeffrey Nichols, Louis Cierpiot; Back Row: Charlie Betzelberger (Percussion Director), Andres Perez-Borges, Andrew Cruzan,
Quinten Schafer, Malachi Tira, Gabriel Decker, Zakari Moser; Not Pictured: Michael Chong, Josh Enright, Gavin Rice

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BVN BANDS
Color Guard

Front Row: Gabi Kern, Ava

Moran, Kelsey Chellberg,
Amelia Law, Caroline
Lieberman
Back Row: Caleigh House,

Madison Dean, Aniyah Win-
stead-Moody, Siena Masili-
onis, Audrey Kohnen
Not Pictured: Naomi

Roening

DYLAN '24 Good luck BEN '22
Mustangs
Dan & Heidi Zeller Elizabeth & Will Souder
ANNA '25

Monica & Mike Fleming

Rock the
stable

TY '22-JADA '25 CAROLINE '22 LIZZIE '23—CAROLINE '25

Dana & Sean Farrington Kelly & David Shewmaker Angela & Jeff Place

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BVN BANDS
Concert Band

Front Row: Joshua Fu, Olivia Miller, Sam Candler; Back Row: Hogan
Mills, Harish Katakamsetti, Alex Michiels, Kennedy Clark

BVN BANDS
Jazz Ensemble

Front Row: Gavin Macivor, Nash Rosado, Sydnie Sykes, Nathan Storck, Henry Van Der Laan; Middle Row: Owen Versluis, Daniel Keller, Matthew Akridge,
Ella Davis, Saihaj Parmar, Marie Connelly; Back Row: A.J. Himstedt, Kai Waldschmidt, Carson Faros, Harry Wang, Brennon Bates, Benjamin Graverson,
Louis Greenyer

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BVN BANDS
Freshmen Band

Front Row: Hannah Kwak, Ashley Shultz, Claire Henderson, Vivek Marujolla, Aneesh Hiremath, El O’Brien, Luzia Thomas; Middle Row: Muhammed Daud,
Calvin Albert, Eli Jacobson, Abdullah Asif, Dylan Shemitz, Shivram Venkatachalam, Eli West; Back Row: Krivi Tadakamalla, Slade Troyer, Sumeerou Kotipalli,
Maxwell Masilionis, Nathan Condon, Quinn Koffman, Alex Taylor, Shaibal Ghosh, Mrs. Stacey Wilton

The Inclusion Initiative group of students at BVN
commissioned a Welcome banner for the entrance
to our school. It includes “welcome” in all the
languages that are spoken by BVN students.

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Good Luck
Mustangs

ALEXANDRA '23-EMMA '25 BEN '24-ALEX '25 JOHNNY '25

Jessica & Chris Mindnich Natalie & Neill Moinihan Lauren & Ryan McMonigle

DREW '23 Have a DANCE YOUR
Gr eat HEART OUT
Kim & Jeremy Tasset Y ear
Mustangs
MIA '22-REMI '24
KATE '22—EMERSON '25
Tiffany & Kyle Siner
Alaina & Tristan Talley

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CHEERLEADING

Coach: Taylor Yacos

Years at BVN: First year
Day Job Outside BVN: Account Supervisor at an adver-
tising agency that does marketing for pharmaceutical
companies.
Education/Qualifications: Cheered in college at Avila
University and at Mid-American University. Graduated
in 2015 with a BA in History. I coached cheer at BVSW
for 4 years from 2012-2016. I took a coaching break
from 2016-2021 to focus on my full-time career and
decided to get back into coaching this year.
Coaching Philosophy: My #1 priority as a coach is to
build good character and great people, who will go
out into the world and make it a better place. I can
teach anyone how to do a back handspring, but if I haven’t set you up to be an amazing asset to
this world, I have not done my job. If we build good character and good work ethic, the team will
be very successful.
Personal Information: I live in Overland Park with my husband Jeff, and three dogs Paisley (5 year
old Peekapoo), Bingo (4 year old Boston terrier) and Wilson (2 year old rescue). When not at work or
cheer, you can find me at our home at Lake of the Ozarks, relaxing on or by the water!
Assistant Coaches: Dreyah Cushman and Paige Shoemaker
Season Outlook: Our team acronym for this year is BESUP. The meaning of each letter is a secret only
the team knows, but each letter represents a guiding principle and goal for our team this year.

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CHEER

Team

Top Row Left to Right: Lauren Austin, Caroline Place, Tilly Hopkins, Rylee Madden, Anna Kaiser, Brooke Mayor, Ella Holden, Reece Bachta, Alex Becker, Kate
Jehlik, Campbell Claflin, Abby Glenn, Stella Scoggin, Maddie Beckman, Ella Herrold, Kate Miller, Sophia Wayman, Abby Harmon
Next Row Left to Right: Head Coach Taylor Yacos, C Team Coach Paige Shoemaker, Agam Gur-Esh, Abby Jehlik, Olivia Ashworth, Peri Schumm, Abby Bleish,
Merritt Palmer, Caroline Shewmaker, Bea Hegeman, Maggie Sarna, Brynn Minor, Arielle Morgan, Sydney Anderson, Josie Benskin, Payton Daniels, JV
Coach Dreyah Cushman
Next Row Left to Right: Sophia Hernandez, Stella Bliss, Bethany Wilkie, Alyvia Whigham, Lily Whigham, Rachel Braun, Cady Koffman, Luzia Thomas, McKinley
Van Slyke, Katherine Heese, Gwen Chiaverini, Sydney Glenn, Kayla Suazo, Emma Mindnich, MacKenzie Thorpe
Bottom Row Left to Right: Izzy Miller, Sydney Adams, Brianna Fromme, Kelli Gilgus, Cassandra Pyle, Kate Shisler, Alex Bellm, Jenna Kaplan

Follow our Instagram account @bvnorthcheer !

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ENJOY Have a
SENIOR great year!

YEAR ANNA '22 - JACK '25 EDEN'24

ANDREW '22 Amy & Brice Hamilton Michelle & Jeremy Kay

Milisa & Steve Flekier

BEST of luck

mustangs

KATHERINE '22-SYDNEY '22 ALEC '23 - COLE '23 AK '22—GIGI '24

Sandra Archer & Kelli & Joe Bauer Krista & Scott Klaus
Michael Kauphusman

go 'stangs!

MICHAEL '23 FOREST '24 BRAD '24 - BRANDON '25

Christy & Matt Mayo Natalie & Greg Kohrs Heidi & Bob Eckart

Rise to the

MUSTANG PROUD Challenge!

ABI '23 CIMONE '22 ELLIE '23

Lori Patterson Kristin Myers-Trysla Tara & Gary Shertenlieb

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CROSS COUNTRY

Coach: Miles Riley

Years at BVN: 3rd Year

Teaching Responsibilities: Engineering and Industrial
Technology Teacher

Education/Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from
Pittsburg State University in 6-12 technology & engineer-
ing education; Master's degree from Pittsburg State
University in educational leadership

Coaching Philosophy: To create an environment that
encourages a positive team atmosphere with a strong
commitment to excellence. My goal is to promote and
encourage a lifestyle committed to success as a student and athlete. I want each runner to strive
not only as a student-athlete, but as a person throughout their lives.

Personal Information: I have taught in Blue Valley School District for 8 years. This will be my second
year as head coach at BVN. My wife
Amanda is a nurse at St. Luke’s
South Hospital and we reside in
Gardner, KS. We are expecting in
mid November! I was born and
raised in Olathe.

Assistant Coaches: Jeremey Winzer,
Rachael Shaffer, Jacob Buechler

Season Outlook: The cross country
team put in a tremendous amount
of work this summer, with several
runners ready to have break-out
seasons. We are returning several
from our Varsity boys squad, who
took 5th as a team at State last
season. We graduated several of
our Varsity girls in May 2021, creating
opportunities for a very talented
crop of young runners to step up
and be key contributors. Both teams
will make a strong push
for high levels of success
at league, regionals,
and State this year.

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CROSS COUNTRY

Team

FRONT ROW: Micaella Gamboa, Claire Glaser, Madelyn Cool, Katherine Koplik, Lucia Eshleman, Ava Jacobi, Briley Early, Marisa Freeman, Malia Nicholson,
Mollie Van Slyke, Grace Caswell, Sally Mondry, Maya Parmet, Lucy Glaser, Eden Iseman; 2ND ROW: Coach Buechler, Coach Winzer, Ava Jackson, Ada Boyd,
Arial Iseman, August Dunn, Olivia Welhoelter, Emma Ramboldt, Jada Farrington, Natalie Jones, Anna Hamilton, Audrey Brown, Cacia Hunnicutt, Kate Tomp-
kins, Coach Riley, Coach Schaffer; 3RD ROW: Jamen Isernhagen, Sam Simpson, Trey Wichman, Annie Jordan, Mia Siner, Maddy Harmon, Rachel Talcott,
Rowan Walden, Abdullah Asif, Caleb Twyman, Henry Van Der Leen; 4TH ROW: Ethan Franz, Kushal Reddy, Baron Tate, Prabhav Pagadala, Eli Amsterdam,
Hyeseong Song, Murad Frazier, Ryan Roberts, Justin Parmet, Usman Chohdry, Dominic Thompson II, Sam Sullivan; 5TH ROW: Zach Amsterdam, Hammond
Javed, Sejin Hahn, Jack Eitzman, Henry Edgeller, Ryan Parisi, Jack Toal, Brenden Wood, Quinton Guerra, Charles Buchanan, Henry Parisi, Kanon Tate;
6TH ROW: Michael Mayo, Dillon Price, AJ Himstedt, Matt Freeman, Preetish Chigurukota, Hudson Brown, Ben Waldron, Brent Pitts

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NORTH STARS DANCE

Coach: Kylie Thompson

Years at BVN: 2nd Year
Teaching Responsibilities: Spanish I at BVN, Spanish II at
BVH

Education: I received a Bachelor of Science in Educa-
tion and a minor in Dance from the University of Kan-
sas. I began dancing competitively at the age of 6,
was a 4-year member of the Gretna High School
Dance Team and continued dancing throughout col-
lege. At KU, I was a member of the Rock Chalk Danc-
ers for 4 years and held leadership positions among the
team as well as the University Dance Company within the School of Arts.

Coaching Philosophy: Coaching a dance team means much more than encouraging these ath-
letes to reach their fullest potential as dancers. While we strive for excellence as a dance team, it is
my goal to also help these dancers set high standards for themselves as students and young adults.
As a coach, I work to create a culture that is collaborative and supportive while providing opportu-
nities for athletes to grow as confident, trustworthy leaders in many aspects of life.

Personal Information: Growing up as a dancer, it is so rewarding to now be on the other side of a
team. Last year, I taught Spanish at Sunrise Point Elementary. Now entering my 2nd year, I will be split
teaching Spanish at both BVN and BVH. Outside of school and dance, I cherish any time I can with
my family and friends and hope to get back to traveling and concerts very soon!

Assistant Coach: Casey Petty

Season Outlook: This year has already proven to have so much potential and we are excited about
the opportunity of this season. We have
an excellent group of 16 dancers: 7
seniors, 4 juniors, 3 sophomores, and 2
freshmen. Our upperclassmen have
stepped into leadership roles, and
each dancer has shown their own
strength to bring to the table. The North
Stars are looking forward to performing
at home football games, girls and boys
basketball games, and school & com-
munity events. The team will also com-
pete in the State Dance Competition,
multiple regional competitions, and we
have received a bid to nationals in Or-
lando, FL. We appreciate your support!
Go Mustangs!

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NORTH STARS DANCE

Team

Front Row (left to right): Ellie Lim, Julia Taylor, Alana Campbell, Libby Hatton, Audrey Fendler, Katherine Goodwin, Emerson Talley, Katelyn Talley
Back Row (left to right): Coach Kylie Thompson, Maya Niblett, Kate Blackford, Stella Jones, Audrey Doege, Katie Noll, Cimone Trysla, Rachel Fain, Olivia
Dugan

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Order yard signs online at

www.bvnmustangs.com

Show your Mustang Spirit

and support the Mustang Club by ordering a yard sign,
supporting your student’s various activities!

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FOOTBALL

Coach: Adam Pummill

Adam Pummill was named head football coach at BVN in
March 2021. For the past three seasons, Coach Pummill served
as Offensive Coordinator at Blue Valley North.

A two-sport Division 1 athlete (football & baseball) at Missouri
State University, Coach Pummill started in the College World
Series at 2nd Base as a true freshman. He also played wide re-
ceiver on the Missouri State football team. Coach Pummill has
been involved in competitive sports for more than two dec-
ades, and though he had aspirations to play professional
baseball, his calling is on the football field as a coach. Pummill
credits his passion for football to his father (a former D1 foot-
ball player) & his coaching mentor, Al Saunders, who
coached in the NFL for more than 30 years as both a coordi-
nator and head coach.

Coach Pummill began his coaching career as an offensive graduate assistant at the University of
Tennessee, under former national championship head football coach, Phillip Fulmer. In addition,
Pummill worked alongside offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, David Cutcliffe (Peyton
and Eli Manning's QB coach), who has long been regarded as one of the greatest quarterback
coaches the game has ever seen. While Coach Pummill was at Tennessee, the Vols won the 2007
SEC East Championship, before falling to LSU in a nail-biting SEC championship game.

After Tennessee, Coach Pummill took his talents overseas, becoming the youngest head football
coach (at age 26) in European professional football, when he was named Carlstad Crusaders head
coach in late 2009. In his first season as head coach, Pummill amassed an 11-1 record while leading
the organization to its first-ever championship, setting multiple offensive records.

Upon returning to the states, Pummill continued his coaching career at both the high-school and
college levels at various schools & institutions in the New York City area (Monroe College). Addition-
ally, Pummill was hired by the Cleveland Browns to conduct QB analysis/game-charting for its scout-
ing department.

Sandwiched in between various coaching jobs, Coach Pummill accepted a role as the COO at
EON Sports VR out of Irvine, CA. Prior to a sale of the company, Coach Pummill played a vital role in
forming multiple relationships
and partnerships with collegiate
and professional sports teams,
centered around virtual & aug-
mented reality engagement.

Coach Pummill currently lives in
Overland Park and is married to
Charmaine Pummill of New York
City, NY. The couple has daugh-
ter Caelana, age 4, and baby
girl, Aviana, born in August 2021.

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FOOTBALL

Varsity

Row 1: William Hadel, Cole Stratton, William Gonzales, Colin Miller, Mateo Linkous, William Wallace, Jace Long, Tommy Storm, Nathan Book, Tyler Robinson,
Jack Lin, Elton Dye
Row 2: Alonzo Morgan, Jordan Hansett, Julius Jenkins, Henry Martin, John Sjoberg, Jacob Lemire, Austin Boulton, Tyler Maslowski, Alec Bauer, Sam Har-
ber, Ty Farrington, Mekhi Miller, Michael Murphy
Row 3: Cole Bauer, Jaxon Goldberg, Corey Cole, Jafaree Brown, Walker Schmidt, Sasha Siomades, Naasik Taylor, Will Van Zon, Anthony Andrews, Mason
Roberts, Maze Mickens, Amaan Shah,
Row 4: Gage Spachman, Forest Kohrs, Nick Hazen, Tyrone Spencer, Lucas Bullock, Dylan Zeller, Tyshawn Andrews, Drew Jacobi, Harrison Smith, Reese
May, Bohdi Connelly, Tieon Jones
Row 5: Ross Tretiak, Wanya Crofton, Connor Stratton, Grant Hoffman, Reid Trumbull, Sam Jones, Myzelle Law, Adam Parks, Manny Jeong, Caden
Wathancharoen, JoJo Hennessey, Caleb Asjes
Row 6: Leah Candelario, Justice Bailey, Meranda Mercer, Lily Cole, Brady Whitman, Alex Houts, Cooper Reed, Logan Morgan, Reggie Smith, Conor Tobin
Healy Aarjo Roy, Izzy Strickert, Pheobe Shaffer
Row 7: John Bayless, Ray Williams, Shad Cox, Montai Mickens, Derek Wilson, Adam Pummill, Michael Clardy, Edrik Rouse, Bryce Simmons, Trent Hedlund,
Garett Ammutis

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FOOTBALL

Junior Varsity

Front : Connor Golding, Melo Baker,
Hudson Thielmann, Tim Chartier,
Martez Green, Gavin Nelson, Luke
Wakeman, Evan Bellm, Connor Nutt
Row 2: Finn VanderVegte, Leo Nash,
Gabe Watson, Will Sandage,
Christian Eide, Barrett Jennings,
Jonathan Blackford, Noah Morris,
Hunter Mayor, Adam Wang
Row 3: Miller Jones, Quentin
Wallace, Wilson Riekhof, TJ
Erickson, Alex Michiels, Sawyer
Miller, Johnny McMonagle, Nash
Followell, Tommy Robertson
Row 4: Joshua Fendler, Marcel
Mena, Dylan Sarna, Damonta
Stacker, Jack Sutton, Frankie
Tryban, Tag Martin, Hampton Stites,
Owen Perkins, Carson Davila
Back Row: Coach Jacob Spadoni, Coach Edrick Rouse, Sam Erck, Marquis Long, Trey Weixeldorfer, Davis Weber, Tim Sheplak, Coach Jean-Luc Etienne,
Coach Brandon Clifford - Not Pictured: Ashton Morgan, Coltin Wade, Mason Watkins

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GIRLS GOLF

Coach: Janet Davis
Years at BVN: 6 years
Teaching Responsibilities: Blue Valley North Mathematics Teacher:
Pre-Algebra & Geometry
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from University of
Kansas and Master’s Degree in Education from Baker University
Coaching Philosophy: I strive to make golf a fun and inviting
environment where the girls can build their skills and play the best
they can. Golf is a great sport to be played throughout life.
Personal Information: I married Josh this summer (June 21st) at Lake of the Ozarks. We have the best
puppy, Crowley, and we enjoy taking him on walks around local parks. I played golf in high school
and helped take our team to state three years in a row, winning state the last two years as a team.
Assistant Coach: Catie Bosch
Season Outlook: We have five seniors, Isabella Carney, Carly Hoban, Carlie Kidwell, Niki Singh, and
Olivia Still who are going to be great leaders this year on and off the course. They work hard and
have made great progress in the game over the past four years. This team will be fun to watch the
progression of the season into post-season in October. Go Mustangs!

GIRLS GOLF

Team

Front Row (left to right): Amelia Brown, Gretchen Brown, Samantha Squire, Carlie Kidwell, Taylor Miller, Rachel Braun, Ella Racen, Nikhita Singh, Taylor
Preuss; Back Row (left to right): Coach Davis, Lida Martin, Isabella Carney, Margo Hauser, Isabella Robertson, Carly Hoban, Olivia Still, Simone Brown,
Sarah Blake, Audrey Bell, Coach Bosch

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BOYS SOCCER

Coach: Bryan Turner
Years at BVN: 3
Education: Bachelors Degree in Mechanical
Engineering
Philosophy: Every player is a piece of the puz-
zle, it is my job to put them together to create
the bigger picture.
Assistant Coaches: Dan Geist, Sean Phelan,
Kurt van Kuiken, Juan Ocon
Personal Info: Owner & Director of Training of
No Stress Midwest.

BOYS SOCCER

Varsity Team

Top Row(left to right)- Louis Greenyer, Micah Broekhuizen, Nick Reinig, Aiden
Kleve, Aziz Bisaria, Jackson Goldberg, Jonny Emerson, Lars Yarkosky
Middle Row(left to right)- Matt Akridge, Grant Garberg, Luke Mohess, Eli Gur-
Esh, Quentin Nutt, Peyton Loeffelbein
Bottom Row(left to right)- Trenton Sandler, Tate Wichman, Cole Mauer,
Rhett Dice, Drew Nugent, Eden Kay, Myles Wittenborg

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BOYS SOCCER

Junior Varsity Team

Front Row Left to
Right: Landon
Nelson, Nathan
Broekhuizen, Alex
Moynihan, Cael
Verzani, Rahul
Chavali, David Stutz,
Ryan Lo, Ben Jordan
Back Row Left to
Right: Coach Kurt
Van Kuiken, Austin
Lo, Connor Cott,
Joel Vasquez,
Charlie Mathews,
Jack Hamilton,
August Unverferth,
Luiz Lopes

BOYS SOCCER

C Team

Back Row: Coach
Juan Ocon,
Gabriel Aguirre,
Robert Unver-
ferth, Gavin
Rice, Cash
Durbin, George
Numair

Front Row: Talal
Shwaiki, Daniel
Adams, Johan
Diaz, Leyton
Selkirk, Nikilai
Humphrey, Haru
Nakagawa,
Basan Emenov

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GIRLS TENNIS

Coach: Tracey Johnson

YEARS AT BVN: I am beginning my 11th year at BVN
and my 7th year as Girls Head Coach.

COACH EXPERIENCE: BVN Head Girls’ and Boys' Tennis
Coach – 9.5 years. BVN Assistant Girls’ and Boys’ Tennis
Coach - 3 seasons and 2 seasons girls. Shawnee Mission
South, Assistant Boys’ Tennis Coach - 1 year. Wellesley
College, Assistant Girls’ Tennis Coach, NCAA Div. III
(ranked 25th nationally) - 2 years. Frontier Regional
HS, Head Girls’ Tennis Coach - 1 year. Nick Bolletieri’s
Tennis Camp Instructor - 2 years, and tennis teaching
professional at several private clubs in MA - 10 years;
USPTA and USPTR Certified Tennis Teaching Professional
- 25 years.

EDUCATION: Bachelor of Arts, Secondary Education
(Mathematics and Business) from Saint Francis University, Indiana, graduated with Honors. Juris Doc-
torate from Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, graduated with Dean’s Honors.

COACH PHILOSOPY: My goal is to challenge the players to give a “perfect effort” on and off the
court and strive to always improve themselves, in some way, and to be supportive, reliable and
contributing teammates. I also want to instill in all our players that they can, and in some ways have
to, have FUN playing a sport to be able to be the best player and teammate you can be. I want to
assist the players in becoming successful and highly productive young people and to teach and
reinforce skills that will be useful well beyond high school, including, excellent work ethic, good
sportsmanship, teamwork, high academic achievement, and having fun.

SEASON OUTLOOK: Our girls’ tennis team has a dedicated and talented core of returning players
and some very promising new freshmen to help round out and further strengthen our team this
year. We are excited to start the 2021 together. The team is focused, working hard, and ready to
continue the BVN tradition of fielding highly competitive tennis teams.

ASSISTANT COACHES: Tracy Cooper, Tom Verdi, Joanna Blackford

PERSONAL INFORMATION: After having both knees replaced in November 2020, I am back on the
court and playing tennis again, approximately 2-3 times a week. I participate on at least 3-4 adult
competitive tennis teams. I was a former NAIA Academic All-American in both Tennis and Basket-
ball in college and was inducted into my college and high school Athletic Halls of Fame for Tennis
(high school and college), Basketball (high school and college), Softball (college) and Volleyball
(high school). In addition to my law degree (J.D.), I also have a teaching degree, secondary edu-
cation, math and business. I am currently an attorney (Court Trustee) for the Wyandotte County Dis-
trict Court. My passion, outside of my profession, will always be tennis. During my tenure at Blue Val-
ley North, I have now coached over 500 student-athletes. These individuals have gone on to do
many great things in their lives and one of my most enjoyable experiences is when they check in
with me and tell me the all the wonderful things they have accomplished. Mustang Proud!

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GIRLS TENNIS

Team

2021 Girls Tennis Team, in alphabetical order:

Sophia Anderson Leila Furse Shelby Smith
Sydney Anderson Kaitlyn Garberg Kayoko Thornton
Charlotte Barton Madilyn Garrelts Maryn Triplett
Molly Bechard Abby Gold Cimone Trysla
Uma Bhoot Ella Grant Ava Turk
Ruby Bierman Emma Grewal Mae Tuschman
Aleena Bills Madelyn Hall Aylin Ulusarac
Alana Brion Alayna Hall Selin Ulusarac
Paige Browning Justyna Hayslett Ava Van Erem
Louise Caron Katherine Hutchison Adele Van Lieshout
Sophia Cherafat Gabriella Indiveri Obsidian Watson
Gwen Chiaverini Molly Latinis Caroline Welhoelter
Avery Christie Caroline Massman Alyvia Whigham
Kennedy (Ally) Clark Molly McCartan Lillian Xia
Meghan Coleman Zahra Mirza Joy Yan
Brenna Coleman Aditi Mishra Anna Ziegenhorn
Olivia Crabb Emma Razi
Mary Crossland Elle Razi
Audrey Daniels Alexandra Robertson
Nancy Di Palo Olivia Russell
CC Featherston Clancy Scott
Alexandra Freiden Emery Skomal

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The Blue Valley North Mustang Club supports our students by investing in the Arts, Athletics, and
Activities of BVN. We invest in the programs that may receive fewer resources due to decreased state
and district school funding. The Booster Club makes a difference in our school by continuing to provide
excellence in our arts, activities and athletics to match the outstanding success of our academics at BVN.

It is easy to become a member of the BVN Mustang Club! We are a 501(c)3, therefore, your contributions
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click the "Online Forms" link. Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.

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VOLLEYBALL

Coach: Matt Allin
Years at BVN: 25 years
Teaching Responsibilities: Spanish 2 and Spanish 4
Education/Qualifications: Bachelors in Education, Miz-
zou. Masters in Teaching, Webster University. Masters of Edu-
cation Administration, Baker University
Coaching Philosophy: To empower our athletes to love their
school, teammates and volleyball while reaching their full po-
tential as a strong, independent, and successful leaders.
Assistant Coaches: Amy Christian, Varsity Assistant. Jennifer
Morris, JV. Mark Bunker, C-Team, Art Stone, Freshman A. Kristin Conor, Freshman B.
Season Outlook: We have a strong core from last season, returning five returning starters and two All-
EKL players (Jasmine Dulan and Janelle Green). Our seniors provide great leadership while our un-
derclassmen provide great intensity and work ethic. Clara Benskin and Jasmine Dulan are four-year
Varsity returners while Morgan Debow is returning for her third season on Varsity. Our other seniors
include Mandy Gibbs, Brooke Mayor and Emery Shaw. We are looking forward to a great season
and the girls have high expectations to continue our tradition of success. Please come out and sup-
port our hard-working and dedicated athletes.

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VOLLEYBALL

Varsity Team

Standing: Coach Allin, Mandy Gibbs, Logan Parks, Clara Benskin, Morgan DeBow, Sophie Munro, Janelle Green, Coach Christian, Coach Coner
Sitting: Emery Shaw, Brooke Mayor, Jasmine Dulan, Nora Carlsen, Jenna McClure

VOLLEYBALL

Junior Varsity Team
Front row: Natalie Patterson, Sophia McIn-
tyre, Felecia Wu, Molly Berchard, Gigi Kraus
Back row: Coach Jennifer Morris, Ella Riley,
Delia Gregory, Natalie Herrington, Aubrey
Shaw, Anna Bundy, Ella Shafer, Campbell
Claflin

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