Where are the now? Updates on former local high school standouts
Jeff Nady (Douglas ’07), sr., OL, Nevada: Nady started at tackle for the Wolf Pack in a 52-36 loss to Fresno State last week. The Wolf Pack gained 227 yards on the ground in the game.
Billy Coats (Douglas ’06), sr., LS, Navy: Navy lost to Troy 41-31 last week.
Garrett Tenney (Douglas ’09), soph., LB, Jamestown: The Jimmies blasted Mayville State 53-13 last week. Tenney has four solo tackles and nine total tackles on the season. He has also recorded two sacks.
Katie Dry (Douglas, ’11), fr., M, Wake Forest: Dry started and played a total of 33 minutes in a 4-0 win over Georgia Southern in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Wake Forest faces Notre Dame in the second round of the national tournament today.
Alex Laing (Douglas ’10), fr., M, Nevada: Season over. Nevada went 7-10-3 on the year.
Eddie Vega (Douglas, ’07), sr., M, UNLV: Season over. UNLV went 6-14-1 on the year. Vega started 20 games and played in all 21. He had two goals, three assists and 18 shots on goal.
Bri Randall (Douglas, ’11), fr., GK, Regis: Season over. Regis went 13-6-2 on the year and lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Randall played in 14 games and started 11. She posted an 8-3 record in net and had 47 saves with two shutouts.
Mysta Townsell (Douglas ’09), jr., Chicago State: Season over. Chicago State went 2-29 on the year. Townsell had 16 aces, 407 digs and two kills on the year.
Mia Townsell (Douglas ’10), soph., Chicago State: Seasion over. Townsell had 363 digs, 24 aces and four kills on the year.
Christine DuPuis (Douglas ’09), jr., UMass-Boston: The Beacons are riding a five-match win streak heading into the NCAA Division III Tournament this week. They won Div. III regional championship last week and clinched the Little East Conference title the week prior. DuPuis has 41 digs and six aces on the year.
Shannon Dugan (Douglas ’10), soph., Lynn University: The Knights are 14-12 overall and 4-10 in conference play on the year. Dugan has 209 kills, 22 assists, 24 aces, 249 digs and 38 blocks.
Brenna White (Douglas ’10), soph., Mercy College: Season over. The Mavericks went 3-26 overall and 0-15 in conference play. White had 442 kills, 25 assists, 27 aces, 238 digs and 16 blocks.
Keely Latham (Douglas ’10), soph., University of Charleston: Charleston is competing in the WVIAC Tournament this week. The team is 15-15 overall on the year. Latham has 27 kills, five digs and 11 blocks on the season.
Emily Garcia (Douglas ’10), soph., Bentley University: Season over. Bentley went 11-19 on the year. Garcia had 43 kills, 16 digs and 10 blocks.
Jacqueline Harper (Douglas ’10), soph., Notre Dame de Namur: Season over. Notre Dame de Namur went 1-23 overall. Harper had 208 assists, seven aces, eight kills, 67 digs and three blocks.
Megan Mitchell (Douglas ’08), sr., Lees-McRae: Season over. The Bobcats went 12-17 on the year. Mitchell had 307 assists, 15 kills, 27 aces, 82 digs and eight blocks.
Erin Allison (Douglas ’10), soph., Marymount University: Season over. Marymount went 26-10 overall and 4-2 in conference play. Allison was named the Captial Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week last week, helping Marymount to a 3-0 record the previous week. She averaged 2.80 kills, 3.60 digs and 0.40 blocks per set during the stretch and had five aces as well. Against York, she had 14 kills and 24 digs.
Tiffany Patrick (Sierra Lutheran, ’11), fr., Concordia (Nebraska): Season over. Concordia fall to Hastings 3-0 in the GPAC quarterfinals
Michelle Forman (Douglas ’10), jr., Nevada: Nevada defeated New Mexico 160-139.5 in a dual meet last week. Forman swam a leg on the winning 200 medley relay team (1:48.46), the second-place 200 free relay team (1:37.64) and took fourth in the 100 fly (1:00.39).
Haley Von Schottenstein (Douglas ’10), jr., Whittier: At the Redlands Bulldog Pentathlon, VonSchottenstein took third overall with strong showings in the 100 fly, 100 back, 100 breaststroke, 100 free and 100 IM.
Bethany Wurster (Douglas ’11), soph., Nevada: Season resumes Feb. 11 at The Gold Rush tournament in Yorba Linda, Calif.
Nathanael Williams (Sierra Lutheran, ’11), fr., Colorado School of Mines: The Orediggers competed at the NCAA Division II South Central Region Championships last week, taking third among the men’s teams. they are currently ranked third in the NCAA Division II poll.
Becky Grabow (Sierra Lutheran, ’11), fr., Pacific: Grabow took 65th in the Big West Conference Championships in October, finishing the 6K course in 23:04.
Wade Meddles (Sierra Lutheran ’09), jr., Eastern Kentucky: Meddles earned all-southeast region honors after finishing 13th at the regional championships last week. Eastern Kentucky will compete at the national championships this week.
Grant Denny (Douglas, ’11), fr., Feather River: Season resumes in the spring.
Dillon Spates (Douglas, ’11), soph., Waldorf College: Spates recently took second place at the NIACT Open, wrestling to a 4-1 record.
Chris Downs (Douglas, ’11), fr., G, Butte College: The Roadrunners opened up 2-1, defeating Gavilan and Chabot.
Bri Burnside (Douglas, ’11), soph., F, College of the Siskiyous: Beat Mendocino 72-60 to open the season.
Jorey Scott (Douglas, ’11), soph., F, Miramar College: Stats not available.
Devyn Hotho (Douglas ’11), soph., F, St. Olaf College: St. Olaf lost a pair of games to Concordia-Moorhead last week. Hotho has a goal and two assists in six games played.