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The MAR Club continues to have tremendous support from our Super Boosters and the Mandan area communities. Beginning with the 2011-12 school year, the sponsorship levels of the super boosters has been modified to allow a varying range of sponsorship. Attached is a brochure detailing each of the new levels of sponsorship which will be implemented this year. Please contact any MAR Club Member listed below if you are interested in becoming a Super Booster.
Click here view the Sponsorship Brochure
Click here view the list of 2012-2013 Mandan Braves Super Boosters
Coach Abby Thomas nominated Hannah and her accomplishments are:
Hannah has been an outstanding leader in girls’ basketball throughout the month of December. She has greatly helped jump-start the girls’ basketball season. Hannah works extremely hard every day at practice and at games to make sure she is doing everything she can to make herself and her teammates better. Hannah’s leadership has been shown through her words and her actions. She is very vocal and always makes it a point to push herself and her teammates to be better through encouraging words and leading by example. She is a wonderful teammate that the younger girls can and should be looking up to as an example of what hard work, dedication, and leadership looks like. Hannah has had a great month of December statistically as well. In her 7 games during the month of December, Hannah averaged 11.3 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.1 blocked shots, and 1.6 steals per game. She also achieved a double-double in three of the first seven games of the season! Hannah is a phenomenal role-model on and off the floor, and her positive attitude gives the girls’ basketball team the push they want and need to become better and improve every day!
Coach Dewitt Mack nominated Rebecca Helbling and her accomplishments are:
Rebecca has really stepped up her play this season as she had a great December for the girls’ hockey team. Rebecca had 11 points in December, 3 goals and 8 assists, which ties her for the lead on the team and the 14th overall scoring leader in the state. However, it is the intangibles that can’t be measured that makes Rebecca one of our team leaders. As an assistant captain, Rebecca encourages her teammates and leads by example. Her positive outlook naturally draws her teammates to her and her encouraging words makes them want to follow. She is also the hardest working player on the ice and along with her determination to give it her “all” every shift, sets the bar high and challenges her teammates to play to their best ability. On the ice, she makes everyone around her a better player, as is noted by her 8 assists (4th in the state) and by how she plays every shift like it may be her last. As a coach, you hope none of your athletes ever looks back with regret about how hard they played or if they could have been a better teammate. Rebecca exemplifies what it means to compete, each and every day, and she is a great teammate. She won’t have any regrets.
Coach Brandon Schafer nominated Bryce and here are his accomplishments:
I would like to nominate Bryce Andresen for the December Athlete of the month. Bryce is one of the hardest workers on our basketball team and it has been seen by his coaches and teammates. Bryce was voted a team captain of the boys’ basketball team for this season by his teammates. He has been a tremendous leader for our team on and off the court. Bryce sets a great example to his teammates and the entire program by has incredible work ethic and the will to get better every day. As our starting point guard through eight games, Bryce has been very consistent. He leads our team in minutes played, 3 point percentage, assists and he is second in total rebounds. In our eight games, Bryce has averaged 7 points per game, over 1 three per game - shooting at 42%, 4.4 assists per game and 5.4 rebounds per game. Bryce comes to practice every day striving for himself and our team to get better. We are a better team because of his hard work and leadership qualities he shows every day.
Coach Matt Mullally nominated Aric and here are his accomplishments:
The captain scored seven points (3G-4A) in the Braves’ last four games, including a career-high three points in the Braves’ recent win over Dickinson. Riopelle, a two-year letterwinning defenseman, leads the team in minutes played and twice this season has received the team’s “hard hat” which is awarded to Mandan’s player of the game.
The MAR Club will host our annual Most Valuable Athlete Awards night on Monday, April 14th, 2014 at the Mandan Middle School. This event will recognize the Most Valuable Athletes from the 2013-2014 athletic season, athletes who were chosen as all-conference or all-state for their respected sports, Elite Brave Award recipients, the Athletes of the Month for this 2-13-2014 season as well as those who achieved WDA All Academic Honors (3.6 or higher GPA) while participating in their sport. The Senior Male and Female Athlete of the Year will also be announced at the Awards Night.
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