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Gabi Boyle has been involved in sports since the age of 4.  She started in dance for at 5 years old along with adding volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball and gymnastics.  By 7th grade Gabi decided to focus all of her attention on dance.  Now Gabi is a senior and 4 year member of the Evergreen Varsity Poms. She has brought her strong work ethic, positivity, and joy to practice every day.
As an individual Gabi has been recognized for her strengths in leadership and abilities as a two time All American, All State Team Member, All Elite Team Member, and two time All Colorado Team Member.  She has also helped the team to earn a multitude of awards including three time 1st Place in Jeffco League, two time Colorado State Finalists, State First Runners Up, and three time NDA National Finalists. 
It has been an amazing experience for Gabi to be a part of the Poms team.  Gabi has learned how to time manage, work with many others closely, persevere, realizing that when things get tough it is an opportunity to grow, putting a smile on your face and possibly saying something funny in challenging times.  All of these lessons will carry past graduation.
Along with being an athlete, Gabi has also been in Senate, National Honor Society, volunteers in the community, and part of EHS Evergreen Broadcasting (ETV) which consists of putting all events that happen at school on air on ETV.
Gabi is undecided about which college she is attending as she is still waiting to hear back from all of them. She knows where ever she ends up, she has the choice to make it great. Gabi has created a solid foundation to follow her dreams!

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Congratulations to Tommy Poholsky on an impressive Senior season!  Tommy led the EHS Cougars into the playoffs this year.  Tommy has goals of continuing his football career at a four year university and we have no doubt that he will succeed.  His positive attitude and his constant support for his team will take him far in life. 

ESSM is proud to support our local student athletes.  If you are inspired by the hard work and dedication of an individual or team in our mountain community, please visit our website and let us know all about it! 


Evergreen Spine and Sports Medicine is proud to support our local student athletes.  This season we would like to recognize Lucas Fesenmyer.  Lucas's hard work both on and off the basketball court have paid off.  This summer he competed in the Junior Olympics sailing event at Lake Dillon, and he won! 


Basketball has brought joy to Lucas since he was young.  It has created many cherished memories with his family and friends. Congratulations Lucas, keep up the great work! 

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ESSM is proud to announce our June Student Athlete of the Month is Lauren Manwiller.  Lauren has been a dedicated competitive tennis player since she was very young.  She has had the privilege to train internationally from a young age.  She recently graduated from Mullen High School and has committed to continuing her academic and tennis pursuits at Loyola Maryland.  She is headed to her final Class 4A Colorado High School State competition representing Mullen High School.  Good luck Lauren!  We are so proud of you!!


This month we are so excited to celebrate and recognize Samantha Swenby as our Student Athlete of The Month.  Samantha started playing volleyball the summer before her Freshman year of High School via a one-week skills camp and fell in love with the sport.  She made the level 4 VB team at EHS as a Freshman and then decided that she wanted to play in college at the highest level possible.  She tried out for Colorado Volleyball Association (CVA) and made a level 2 team that same year.  She has played both High School and CVA club VB ever since and is currently doing BOTH at the same time.  She made the varsity team this year as a junior and her HS team is currently in 1st place in league play!  Her club team is currently ranked in the top 10 teams in the state for her age level as well and they recently took 2nd place in the Capital Hill Classic, Atlanta edition this spring.  She has had knee injuries and several aches and pains and she continues to push thru them and rise above. When Covid shut the world down, she knew this was her chance to push past her completion that has been playing longer than she had been. She began seeing a strength trainer 2-3 times per week, eating properly, going in for regular chiropractic adjustments and working on her vertical in the gym and at home, on her own.  When volleyball started picking back up, her coaches and teammates noticed how much better she had gotten and she is now touching 10 feet in her vertical.  Her goal now is to play division I or division II, in college and major in trauma surgery or criminal justice as she wants to work for the FBI or CIA.  Also, while a lot of her friends grades have dropped during this crazy pandemic, she has maintained a 3.8GPA or better for the last 3 semesters at Evergreen High School.  She is looking forward to getting back to a “normal” world and hoping for a normal senior year next year!


We are so proud to announce our March student athlete of the month is actually plural, ATHLETES!  Cully and Landon Freeman are brothers who love soccer!  Their pursuit of soccer has spanned their entire lives since they could walk. They started playing with the Stingers Soccer Club in Evergreen (now Mountain Rush) at age 5 and haven't missed a season since then. During their careers, they moved on from Stingers to Colorado Rush, Colorado Rapids, and now Real Colorado where they both play on the U18/19 ECNL team. ECNL soccer is a national league with some of the best players and teams in the US. Both boys are hoping to play soccer in college, and afterwards they hope to play some level of professional soccer as well. Their training regimen looks something like the following:
-train 2-3 times per week with their Real CO ECNL team, with 1-2 competitive games per week
-train daily with their High School soccer team (both boys have been varsity players at EHS starting their freshman year)
-train privately with a local coach 1x/week
-weight training 2x/week with a private trainer
-train on their own 3-5 times per week
-recover and maintain fitness using Chiropractic, ice baths, yoga, stretching

Cully and Landon's achievements are impressive: 
-Cully 2d team all conference as a junior
-Cully State Cup Champion and MVP 2017
-Cully State Cup Runner-up 2019
-Cully played in the Far West Regionals on two occasions, representing CO against teams from the western region of the US
-Cully participated in the Olympic Development Program (ODP) for three years representing CO in regional competitions
-Cully's team won the Real Cup Championship in 2018 (Real Cup is the largest youth tournament in CO)
-Landon honorable mention all conference as a sophomore
-Landon led all sophomores in Jeffco 4A in goals and assists
-Landon participated in ODP for one year
-Landon's team won the Real Cup Championship in 2015

-Both boys spent five weeks during the summer of 2019 with a travelling team in Costa Rica playing against the youth teams for pro and semi-pro clubs
-Cully spent the Fall semester of 2020 in Costa Rica training with a Second Division professional team called Municipal Garabito


This month our featured student athlete is Abigail Stonefelt  She was nominated by Dr. Macri.  Abigail is an alpine ski racer.  Her accomplishments include two varsity letters and two years competing at the state championships. She recently placed 6th place at a giant slalom race and 15th at a slalom race.  Abigail has overcome injuries and demonstrated determination and her love of the sport. 

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This month our featured youth athlete is Aspen Fisher.  She was nominated by her swim coach Jeff Armstrong.  Aspen swims with Jeffco Hurricanes and Evergreen High School.  Her coach says she leads by example and has maintained 96% attendance even through Covid-19.  She has a great attitude and her love of swimming shows in the water! 

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