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2021-22 BVN WINTER Activity Guide

2021-22 Blue Valley North WINTER Activity Guide

Mustang SeniorsBLUE VALLEY NORTHMustang Seniors

WINTER 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 ..................................................................................................15
Advent Health..................................................................................................................10
Blue Valley Education Foundation ...............................................................................23
Broderick Team ReMax State Line ................................................................................34
Children's Mercy KC..........................................................................................................2
Cusick, J. Douglas, MD (Integrity Strategies) ..............................................................41
Dental Expressions ...........................................................................................................39
Dightman Capital Group...............................................................................................20
Epic Landscaping .............................................................................................................5
Fly Over Travel..................................................................................................................23
FNBO.................................................................................................................................. 25
Fox Hill Veterinary Clinic .................................................................................................37
Hangers Cleaners............................................................................................................37
Hechler Orthodontics .....................................................................................................41
Johnny's Tavern ...............................................................................................................13
KC Supply ...........................................................................................................................9
LNS Law Firm (Sorenson).................................................................................................36
Mustang Club Membership ...........................................................................................42
Mustang Club Spirit Wear ..............................................................................................40
Mustang Club Yard Signs ...............................................................................................30
Plaza Academy...............................................................................................................15
Wok & Roll Express ...........................................................................................................35

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 Orchestra.................................................. 28-31
Advertisers Index.............................................4 Swim & Dive, Boys ................................... 32-33
BVN Mustang Club ......................................6-8 Wrestling, Boys & Girls ............................. 36-37
Basketball, Boys....................................... 11-15 Spirit Ads ......................................16, 20, 24, 41
Basketball, Girls ....................................... 17-21
Bowling, Boys & Girls............................... 22-23
Debate ..................................................... 26-27

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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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BOYS’ BABVSKNEBTABNADLSL

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YEARS AT BVN: 16. I teach Strength and
Conditioning 1 and 2.
COACH EXPERIENCE: Head basketball coach at BVN, 16
years. Assistant boys basketball coach at Lincoln South-
east High School in Lincoln, NE, 7 years.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science in Education from Uni-
versity of Nebraska; Master’s Degree in Education Admin-
istration from University of Nebraska
COACH PHILOSOPHY: I coach the game of basketball to
help teach young men how to reach their potential on and off the court. There are many positive
life lessons that our players can learn from the sport of basketball, and I believe they can use those
lessons to become productive citizens in our society.
SEASON OUTLOOK: It will be an exciting season as we look to defend our state title and will do so
with a lot of new faces. We lost seven seniors from last year’s team and only return one starter with
two other letter winners. However, we have some talented players from last year’s JV team that I
think will be ready to step in and contribute.
I look forward to the challenge of building this team and the journey of the season. With so many
new players we might have some up/downs early in the season, but I like our potential to be right
back in the mix for a return trip to the state tourney.
ASSISTANT COACHES: Ben Doll, JV. Brandon Clifford, JV/V Assistant. Kade Kinnamon, sophomore
team. Jared Ford, freshman A. Adam Kutney, freshman B.
PERSONAL INFORMATION: I have a wonderful wife of 18 years, Michelle. We have two awesome kids:
our daughter Ayden is 15 years old, and our son Jace is 12 years old. We also have the coolest dog,
a Bernedoodle named Wrigley.

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Varsity/Junior Varsity

First Row- Jack Alverson, Mason Jordan, Joey Presley, Jaxon Goldberg, Des Hinson, Brenden Gantman, Ryan Benjamin, Dylan Sarna, Cobi Antonio;
2nd Row- J.D. Roane, Manager Olivia Cobb, JV/V Assistant Coach Brandon Clifford, Head Coach Ryan Phifer, JV Coach Ben Doll, Manager Gabby Gutierrez,
Jack Powell, Zach Sand; 3rd Row– Da’Monta Stacker, Kernan Bundy, Adam Parks, Luc DeVore, Ash Lee, Blake Garrett, Jaron Lashley, Griffin Spencer,
Connor Stratton

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Sophomore Team

Front Row- Sam Potter,
Nathan Book, Grant Woods,
Darnell Boyd, John Pannell,
Jaden Uzelac
Back Row- Manager Brady
Whitman, Bodhi Connelly,
Ben Moynihan, Coach Kade
Kinnamon, Gregory Bal-
lard, Gavin George, Myles
Witteborg

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BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Freshman Team

Front Row- Tanner Johnson, Carson
Davila, Ryan Lo, Ben Parish, Evan
Bellm, Cael Verzani, Ilyas Saadi,
Gabe Watson
2nd Row- Coach Jared Ford, Tim
Sheplak, Jackson Kochanowski,
Joshua Fendler, Justin Parmet,
Noah Wilson, Coach Adam Kutney
3rd Row- Ben Graverson, Quentin
Wallace, Cal Hauser, Brandon
Pierceall, Trey Weixeldorfer, Tim
Chartier, Noah Morris, Johnny
McMonagle

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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Dominate debate

ANNA '25 GRIFFIN '24 JANELLE '24

Katie & Dave Ziegenhorn Laura & Tim Browne Julie & Trent Green

JOHN '22 MUSTANG PRIDE Let’s Go
Mustangs
Yvette Miceli c
Shelly & Chris Whigham
POWER

c
VICTORY

EMMA '23

Angie & Brad Gaebler

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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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Head Coach Ann Fritz

Years at BVN: 27
Education/Qualifications: BS degree—University of Nebraska,
Masters degree—MidAmerica Nazarene.
Coaching Philosophy: Through the sport of basketball we strive to develop lasting relationships with
these young ladies that will help them develop the work ethic to be successful in life.
Personal Information: The Fritz family is appreciative of the Blue Valley school district. Ann’s husband
Ed is a Hall of Fame coach at BVNW. Her 2 sons Vince and Luke attended BVNW and her daughter
Jordan attended BVN. Currently Vince is a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball program at
University of Nebraska. Jordan is in nursing school at Baker University and Luke is a sophomore at KU.
The family has 15 state championships among all of them. Ann is a GKCBCA Hall of Fame member,
and Coach Fritz’s 1983 SME State Champion team was inducted into the Kansas Hall of Fame.
Coach Fritz is looking to get her 600th win this year. At the start of the season, she is 14 away.
Assistant Coaches: Adam Pummill, Andy Sims, Ramsey Lewis, Tim Cunningham
Senior Profiles: We have a great group of senior leaders. These girls are excellent students as
well as dedicated athletes. I feel very fortunate to coach such a wonderful group of girls and
especially have enjoyed getting to know their families. We are going to be fun to watch this
season!

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Varsity Team

Girls’ Head Coach: Ann Fritz, Girls’ Asst. Coach: Montai Mickens
1 Carly Hoban
2 Natalie Jones
3 Mary Crossland
4 Logan Parks
5 Caroline Cool
11 Bella Haggerty
15 Nyla Hale
23 Aubrey Shaw
24 Jaliya Davis
34 Tyara Davis
Managers: Leiloni Whetstone, Manoa Nicholson, Niyha Capitman

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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Junior Varsity Team

JV Coach: Brice Beldin
1 Ashley Alverson
2 Sumner Dowdy
3 Delia Gregory
4 Claire Ain
5 Madelyn Cool
10 Cherry Yu
11 Mia Bohach
12 Jada Farrington
23 Julie Jeffries
34 Natalie Herrington

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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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GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

C Team

Girls’ C Team Coach: Genesis Ackermann 4 Emily Plummer 22 Margaux Masilionis
00 Abby Hathaway 5 Lucia Eshleman 23 Julia Shumate
1 Micaella Gamboa 10 Karleigh Breitenstein 24 Gwen Murphy
2 Meghan Coleman 11 Izzy Robertson 25 Ivy Spachman
3 Sally Mondry 12 Julianna Riegel 33 Celina Caron

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BOWLING

Coach: Erin Nathan

Years at BVN: 25
Teaching Responsibilities: Honors Geometry and Algebra 2, Coach of
Unified Bowling
Education: University of Kansas: Bachelors ’96 Masters ’02 – Blue Valley
North Alumn 1992!
Coaching Philosophy: Although I want to be competitive, I think hav-
ing fun and feeling included is more important. I love that many of my bowlers are from all different
backgrounds, and come together as a team.
Personal Information: My husband, Ben and I have 2 children, Eli (14) and Maya (11), and 2 dogs,
Geo and
Piper. We love to watch our kids in their numerous activities and host family game nights.
Assistant Coach: Jason Smajda
Season Outlook: We are excited to add Boys Bowling this year! The addition will make us more com-
petitive with other districts. We have two seniors, Megan Meyer and Annie Kim. The girls have been
working hard. Some have joined leagues, and have become stronger. We have a good chance to
win the District Tournament for the 3rd year in a row!

BOWLING
Girls’ Team

Front Row, left to
right: Isabella Hol-
torf, Karen Kim,
Annie Kim, Tatum
Wintroy, Megan
Meyer
Back Row, left to
right: Coach Erin
Nathan, Sarah Allen,
Justyna Hayslett,
Sindurah Marella,
Assistant Coach
Jason Smajda

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BOWLING
Boys’ Team

Front Row, left to
right: Cameron
Silva, Eric Silva,
Miller Brown, Cade
Davis, Hogan Mills,
Elijah Davis
Back Row, left to
right: Coach Erin
Nathan, Holden
Groebl, Slade
Troyer, Rory Place,
Hayden Hartsell,
Nathaniel Beck-
man, Assistant
Coach Jason
Smajda

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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 & Sam Patterson Kristin Myers-Trysla Tara & Gary Shertenlieb

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DEBATE TEAM

Coach: Brian Box

Years at BVN: 5
Teaching Responsibilities: debate, forensics, speech
Education:
BA – Political Science, Wichita State (2012)
MA – Communication Studies, Kansas (2016)
MA – Teaching, Wichita State (2018)
Coaching Philosophy: Using debate competition as a way
to empower students and challenge their beliefs. I want
our debate team to reflect the priorities of the debaters
and will work hard to provide the opportunities they want. I believe in a student-centric approach to
team building, not top-down directives.
Assistant Coaches: Eleanor Mendelson, Samir Rahaman, Mickey McMahon, Ryan McCoy, Will Soper,
Luke Hartman
Season Outlook: This season started strong by winning the Washburn Rural Invitational, the most diffi-
cult invitational tournament in the state. We’ve had great success so far, winning three tournaments
and having nearly 30 individual students place at an invitational. For the 4th consecutive year,
we’ve qualified for the Tournament of Champions, the most prestigious debate tournament in coun-
try, comprised of the top 78 two-person teams nationally. We look forward to finishing the season
strong and attempting to win another state championship in January.

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DEBATE

Team

Row 1: Miles Jackson, Thomas Kywe, Junie Ko, Madelyn Hall, Rishika Vunnama, Fathia Rahman, Thea Melvin, Ruhi Shah, Wazeen Hoq, Maggie Pursley,
Khanh Nguyen, Row 2: Caroline Massman, Uma Bhoot, Lizzie Place, Claire Ain, Rima Chavali, Lukas Wiggins, Henry Van Der Laan, Vivek Marujolla, Greggory
Baldridge, Muhammed Abdurrahmam, Row 3: Sriram Srinivasa Kalki, Bella Gabriel, Senara Kularatne, Tara Tuchyner, Maya Parmet, Mahrukh Aamir, Anna
Ziegenhorn, Charlotte Barton, Maryn Triplett, Cameron Wood, Harriet Wallace, Row 4: Benjamin Mieczkowski ,Grace Waldron, Cacia Hunnicutt, Caroline Place,
Lilly Copeland, Jordan Tiger, Janie Stilwell, Lily Ren, Reagan Smith, Suditi Challa, Madisyn Stogsdill, Row 5: Elijah Dixon, Blaire Curdy, Ali Hinds, Arnav Koul,
Jack Lin, Christian Eide, Jacob Klein, Shivram Venkatachalam, Gavin Rice, Landon Nelson, Gavin Nelson, Row 6: Connor Cott, Sebastián González Layton,
Abigail Hathaway, Eddie Mu, Sakthi Sivasubramanian, Aneesh Vasamreddy, Johnathan Subramanian, Aaron Yurman Row 7: Leo Nash, Owen Perkins, Qasim
Chohdry, Quinten Schafer, Divot Kannan, Aashish Rayapareddy, Zurich L. Balda, Alex M. Lancaster, Ben Graverson, Simon Chacey, Emerson Harse,

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ORCHESTRA

Director: Dr. Travis Hale

YEARS AT BVN: 3
TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES: Chamber Symphony, Symphon-
ic Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Mustang Musicians, Tech-
nical Director for BVN Theater
EDUCATION: PhD in Music Education – Kansas State University
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY: Each student brings unique experi-
ences to the classroom. It is our jobs as teachers to help tap
into those experiences to help each student better under-
stand themselves and the world in which they live. I get to
explore this through music and art. We allow each student
an avenue in which to express their identity through music. I
don’t have any assistants – do it all by myself!
PERSONAL INFORMATION: This is my 23rd year teaching. I’ve been married for 26 years to my
wonderful wife Nikki, who is completing her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at the University of
Kansas. I have two boys Max (25) and Will (21).
SEASON OUTLOOK: We are excited to be back and making music in person. We are having amaz-
ing performances and activities throughout the year. The students are really taking ownership of
the program and making it their own. We are traveling to perform at Walt Disney World this sum-
mer, and we cannot wait to represent BVN!

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ORCHESTRA

Chamber Symphony

Listed in alphabetical order: Gabriel D. Decker, Kevin Fan, Sejin Hahn, Gayoung Kim, Mahen Kudagammana, David H. Li, Irene Oh, Rishi Palit, Jameson R.
Sayers, Clancy M. Scott, Michelle H. Shin, Nikhita A. Singh, Kayoko E. Thornton, Aaron Tseng, Owen P. Versluis, Junze Xia

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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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ORCHESTRA

Symphonic Orchestra

Listed in alphabetical order: Stefania Alonzo, Wyatt J. Baehr, Jonas R. Beyer, Lisa Biswas, Supriya Bolla, Addison S. Brandau, Hunter M. Burkhart, Benjamin
R. Ding, Wesley R. Dubreuil, Isabella M. Glasow, Justyna M. Hayslett, Kristen E. Herre, Cacia C. Hunnicutt, Hannah B. Kim, M.A. Senara I. Kularatne, Grace L.
Larma, William H. Ledgerwood, Prishita Manna, Rikki-Anne R. McLeod, Brynn L. Minor, Katelyn E. Page, Charles Peck, Katherine J. Price, Alexandra L. Rob-
ertson, Joshua J. Shin, Hyeseong Song, Nathaniel V. Sovereign, Connor Stratton, Johnathan R. Subramanian, Adele S. Van Lieshout, Adam Y. Wang, Lauren
Watson, Brenden P. Wood, Younghyun Yoon

ORCHESTRA

Concert Orchestra

Listed in alphabetical order: Valeria Alonzo, Yoanna Atanasova, Mark V. Biswas, Amelia M. Brown, Gretchen A. Brown, Ethan T. Chan, Isabella J. Edwards,
Sasha P. Estingoy, Jake R. Fields, Ethan D. Franz, Madilyn E. Garrelts, Joscelyn A. Gimenez Wilson, Sainishitha Gudla, Madelyn Hall, Anjali K. Kambhampati,
Ivy Khiew, Karen G. Kim, Ryan J. Lo, Suhana Mohammed, Elijah R. Nessel, Tanvi Parsi, Paritosh N. Patel, Ella K. Racen, Mithran Rajesh, Kushal Reddy, Nathan
L. Roelofs, Olivia P. Russell, Aylin F. Ulusarac, Jackson W. VanSyckle, Carter L. Veach, Rishika Vunnama

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BOYS’ SWIM & DIVE

Coach: Rob Cole

Coach Cole starts his 40th year of coaching and still loves
the thrill of it. He has coached at every level. Over the
years Coach Cole has coached many high school All-
State, All-American, and club national swimmers. His phi-
losophy is, “From novice to elite, I have a place for every-
one.” This is Cole's fifth year at BV North. He is very excited
to lead the Mustang Swim and Dive Program. He teaches
Physical Education at Our Lady of Hope in KCMO. He is
joined by assistant coach Abigale Elyacharshuster and
Amy Hanna.
Shelly King will be in charge of Mustang Diving. Coach
King is now retired after teaching elementary PE for 45
years. She’s been coaching diving for over 50 years. Her
coaching philosophy is to help build strong resilient ath-
letes who can reach their goals and potential by working
hard daily, pushing themselves to achieve more than
thought possible, and all while enjoying the sport they
love!
The coaching staff wants everyone to have fun, learn from new experiences and improve through-

out the season. We will strive to teach life skills
through positive leadership by creating a pro-
gram that fosters character and integrity. As we
“Stampede our Way to New Traditions,” our fo-
cus will be on developing personal character
for each individual on the team, competing at
the highest level and representing Blue Valley
North with pride!
Coach Cole says, "I feel every swimmer and
diver is on a collision course with greatness.
They have to determine when that greatness
will happen." We are Mustang Proud!

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BOYS SWIM & DIVE

Team

Row 1: Louis Greenyer, Coach Rob Cole, Henry Parisi, Athan Tran, Max Zhang, Ryan Roberts, Jack Ramsey, Coach Shelly King, Coach Abigale Elyacharshus-
ter, Cole Clifton; Row 2: Sasha Siomades, Luke Wakeman, Connor Golding, Caleb Twyman, Wilson Riekof, Zurich Balda, Christian Eide, Jamen Isernhagen,
Ryan Parisi; Row 3: Spencer Eyen, Luna Hill, Jack Eitzmann, Davis Wetmore, Tate Wichman, Cesar Jimenez, Isaac Broadfoot, Oliver Zhang, Michael Mayo,
Eli Raiford; Row 4: Sam Peterson, Izzaldeen Samour, Max Masillonis, Klein McGraw, Ethan Chan, Forest Kohrs, Willem Hegeman, Matt Freeman;
Row 5: Ben Ding, Alec Lopez, Sumi Subaru, Madu Dayal, Quinton Guerra, AK Klaus

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WRESTLING

Coach: Jacob Spadoni

Years at BVN: 1
Teaching Responsibilities: Health/PE
Education/Qualifications: Master's in Secondary Education, Bache-
lors in Kinesiology and Human Performance
Coaching Philosophy: Work with a sense of purpose everyday
Personal Information: Just moved from Gig Harbor, Washington last year
Assistant Coaches: David Tindle, Greg Tindle, Nick Haugen, Mike Clardy, Edrick Rouse,
Ronny Wanda
Season Outlook: Have a good showing at state, shoot for top 10.

We want to welcome our new Girls Wrestling coach, Mallory Meade. She wrestled in high school
and college and has done some coaching at other schools. Her coaching philosophy is to always
learn something, win or lose. We have a great feeling about building this program and teaching
new athletes and returning athletes.

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WRESTLING
Girls and Boys Teams

Back row: Maze Mickens, Ty Farrington, Coltin Wade, Will Sandage, Conor Tobin-Healy, Ben Waldron, Owen Perkins, Parker Field, Zoe Green-Lockwood,
Anthony Andrews; Third row: Coach Ron Wanda, Coach Edrick Rouse, Coach Mike Clardy, Coach David Tindle, Martez Green, Gracie Carr, Tyshawn Andrews,
Coach Jacob Spadoni, Coach Mallory Meade, Coach Greg Tindle; Second row: Cash Durbin, Matthew Bove, Jordan Hansett, Joel Vazquez, Madox Bond, Mark
Brackett, Lawson Wagoner, Alex Michiels, Reggie Smith, Julius Jenkins; Front row: Izzy Strickert, Sam Simpson, Zach Smith, Shravan Biswas, Meena Bala-
rashti, Pablo Flores-Fierro, Wesley Dubreuil, Elton Eshleman, Will Snider
Not Pictured: Gage Spachman, Will Van Zon, Davis Weber, Owen Versluis, Jesse Balarashti, Mason Roberts, Carson Fowler, John Sjoberg

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MUSTANG
PROUD

SYDNEY '23 KATE '22– JONATHAN '25 WILLIAM '23– QUENTIN '25
Carrie & Kent Blackford Rocky & Steve Wallace
Scott & Melissa Adams

‘SKO
NORTH

TREVOR '25 ANNA '25 EMERY '25– MAX '25

Tricia & Jason Bennett Katie & Dave Ziegenhorn Mia Cannon

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Support the BVN Mustang Club!

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
(or a portion, thereof) are tax deductible. To become a BVN Mustang Club Member please visit
www.bvnmustangs.com and click the "Online Forms" link.

BVN Mustang Club Support Levels!

Mustang All Star Level: $1000 per family
30% Discount on purchases in the online BVN Spirit Store (one-time use)
One Spirit Ad in all three editions of the BVN Activity Guide
FREE popcorn for every HOME varsity sporting event with Booster Club concessions
FREE online access to the BVN Mustang Club Directory
Member of the BVN Mustang Club
Listed as Mustang All Star level supporter on the BVN Mustang Club website
Listed as Mustang All Star level supporter in all three of the BVN Activity Guides
Mustang Level: $500 per family
20% Discount on purchases in the online BVN Spirit Store (one-time use)
One Spirit Ad in all three editions of the BVN Activity Guide
FREE popcorn for every HOME varsity sporting event with Booster Club concessions
FREE online access to the BVN Mustang Club Directory
Member of the BVN Mustang Club
Listed as Mustang level supporter on the BVN Mustang Club website
Listed as Mustang level supporter in all three of the BVN Activity Guides
Navy Level: $250 per family
15% Discount on purchases in the online BVN Spirit Store (one-time use)
One Spirit Ad in all three editions of the BVN Activity Guide
FREE popcorn for every HOME varsity sporting event with Booster Club concessions
FREE online access to the BVN Mustang Club Directory
Member of the BVN Mustang Club
Listed as a Navy level supporter in all three of the BVN Activity Guides
Silver Level: $100 per family
10% Discount on purchases in the the online BVN Spirit Store (one-time use)
FREE popcorn for every HOME varsity sporting event with Booster Club concessions
FREE online access to the BVN Mustang Club Directory
Member of the BVN Mustang Club
Listed as a Silver level supporter in all three of the BVN Activity Guides
White Level: $55 per family
FREE online access to the BVN Mustang Club Directory
Member of the BVN Mustang Club

To become a BVN Mustang Club Member

please visit www.bvnmustangs.com

and click the "Online Forms" link.

If you are unable to commit to a designated Membership level at this time, but would like to make
an optional Tax-Deductible Donation to the Mustang Club, please visit www.bvnmustangs.com and

click the "Online Forms" link. Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.

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The Mustang Club MembeMrusshtainpg Seniors
Mustang Seniors

The BVN Mustang Club would like to express our gratitude to our members for
the 2021-22 school year. Your contribution helps us make a difference at BVN.
Thank you for your generosity and support!

ALL-STAR Level SILVER Level, continued White Level

Kelly & David Shewmaker Susan & Ken McRae Karla & Michael Herrington Christina & David Wood
Amy & Brice Hamilton Julianna & Tom Golding Wendy & Mike Hauser Lisa & John Barnes
Jeremy & Michelle Kay Elizabeth & Ben Stites Karen & Trevor Garberg Stephanie & Leonard Tolman
Brooke & Chris Grant Yuan & Yixin Zhao Veronika & Richard Hayslett
MUSTANG Level Keri & Jacob Stone Lindsay & Kim Robertson Kristen & Justin Baehr
Jennifer & Tom Palmer Rachael & Jeff Orth Kristin & Jeff Witteborg
Rocky & Steve Wallace Brian & Janet McDaniel Heather & Jason Kort Bethany & Wayne Hess
Natalie & Greg Kohrs Ann & Steve Book Cari & John Rabroker Hollie & Martin Still
Bob & Heidi Eckart Kris & Mike McGraw Robin & Steve Crossland Angela & John Kille
Elizabeth & Will Souder Kelly & Michael Mollerus Karen Jordan Autumn & Andy Early
Joe & Kelli Bauer Laura & Kevin Jeffries Megan & Rick Sanford Michele & John Garretson
Gary & Tara Shertenlieb Natalie & David Brown David & Michelle Martin Krista & Brian Masilionis
Lori Patterson Natalie & Chad Senglaub Liisa & Chris Kolquist Chrissy & Jason Wichman
Kristin Myers-Trysla Tamara & Lance Sandage Kishore & Santhi Marujolla Nerissa & Richard Lowe
Christy & Matt Mayo Tegan & Nick Verzani Deb & Brian Stratton Katie & Ryan Taylor
Sandra & Michael Archer Lisa Bellm Aymi & John Foley Robyn & Jeremy Jackson
Robert & Kelly Bishop Kelly & Kevin Latinis Regina & Jonathan Fink
NAVY Level Jessica & Dan Zmijewski Kyla & Josh Christie Debi & Nathan Brown
Anne & Tondo Waldron Jamie & Eric Rice Vicki & Rob Jenkins
Krista & Scott Klaus Courtney Isernhagen Shelly & Josh Bohach Laura & Matt Twyman
Jessica & Chris Mindnich Michelle & Rusty Thielmann
Tricia & Jason Bennett Lien & Scott Russell Courtney Richardson Anna & Isaac Boyd
Angela & Jeff Place Clay & Mallory Daniels Megan & Colby Garrelts Anuradha & Sandhya Kularatne
Jeremy & Kim Tasset Ken & Rachel Durbin Sara & Ray Browning Jack Herrold
Lauren & Ryan McMonagle Lori & Rob VanderLeest Shelly & Todd Hatton Jessie & Matt Madden
Scott & Melissa Adams Lainie & Jim Decker Erica & Jonathan Akridge Megan Guerra
Carrie & Kent Blackford Michelle Van Mill Jill & Todd Welhoelter Angie & Jay Harmon
Natalie & Neill Moynihan Annie McMahill Julia & Peter Taylor Kelly & Rob Weixeldorfer
Dana & Sean Farrington Shannon & Clifton Mills Maillia & Sam Baum Tracy & Corey Walker
Tiffany & Kyle Siner Liz & Craig Wakeman Meredith Weber Andrew & Rebecca Van Der Laan
Dan & Heidi Zeller Amber & Scott Wallace Sarah & Colin Humphrey Emily Minderman
Milisa & Steve Flekier Dayna Gershon Shawna Shaw Laura & Matt Twyman
Mia Cannon Elizabeth & Ian Arnold Sheri & Chas Peterson Shelley & Andrew Moran
Alaina & Tristan Talley Cathryn & Jay Linney Keli & James Tuschman Kendon & Mercy Troyer
Katie & Dave Ziegenhorn Mythili & Suman Kambhampati Alok Srivastava Sara & Chris Ruckman
Monica & Mike Fleming Meghan Murphy Laura & Jeff Keller Trevor & Heather DeVore
Julie & Trent Green Cari & Paul Coffman Christy & Phillip Williams Cari Asjes
Brad & Angie Gaebler Gina & Elly Goldstein Lisa & Gabriel McMahon David & Laurie Coleman
Laura & Tim Browne Kathleen & Steven Lieshout Sarah & Colin Humphrey Angela & Brian Grondahl
Yvette Miceli Lou Ann Stovall Shawna & Shaw James & Georgina Greenyer
Shelly & Chris Whigham Mindy Parmet Sheri & Chas Peterson Jonny & Athena Wainscott
Alycia & Brian Racen Keli & James Tuschman
SILVER Level Joseph & Kenzie Morton Alok & Srivastava AS OF 12/13/21
Sara & Scott Selkirk Laura & Jeff Keller
Nikki Nollen Kristy Erck Christy & Phillip Williams
Betsy & John Graverson Heather & Alex Glenn Kathleen & Chris Nelson
Calee & Chris McClure Meredith & Mike Bell Mandy & Jeff DeVolder
Michelle & Bruce Pierceall
Kate & Rhett Place Allison & Brian Candler Robert & Carrie Clarke
Shelley & Dan Mathews Audra Mitchell Sarah & Luke Wilson
Randoe Dice Angela & David Harse Julie & Scott Shisler
Tirzah & Ted Gregory Jenny & Dan Jehlik Carrie & Dustin Anderson
Carolyn & Brian Glasow Susan & Joel Goldberg
Meghan & Zach Holden Michelle & Max Reinig
Erica & Chris Massman Tanya Rees
Jane & T.J. Preuss Shelli & Derek Nolen

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