These are the MVP nominees for week No. 7. Names put into nomination the most will comprise the Wednesday ballot. Any athlete in the Ladue-Frontenac Patch may be nominated this this weekly award. Balloting begins Wednesday, and ends at 5 p.m. Thursday. The winner will be revealed Saturday.
- Charlotte Martin, John Burroughs lacrosse. Heading to Northwestern, Martin helped lead the 17-0 Bombers to the state title with 4 goals in the final game. She had 46 goals, 22 assists for 88 point this season.
- Leanne Hurster, John Burroughs lacrosse. The junior had 7 goal in the title game over MICDS. She scored 42 goals, 34 assists for 76 points this season.
- Elena Gresick, Ladue lacrosse. Headed to Johns Hopkins University for field hockey, she led the area in scoring with 108 goals; 34 assists for 142 points.
- Alli Magaletta, St. Joseph’s Academy soccer. The Angels beat Nerinx Hall 1-0 for the district title. Magaletta leads a balanced attack with 8 goals, 6 assists for 22 points and 2 game winning goals.
- Ezekiel Elliott, John Burroughs track & field. He is one of the leading 100 and 200 meter sprinters in the area; winning the 110 high hurdles and 300 meter hurdles in the sectional meet this weekend.
- Amos Bartelsmeyer, MICDS track & field. Another superior running with top times in the 400, 800, 1600 meter runs and the 4 X 800 meter relay. Odds on favorite to go under 1:55.00 in the half mile and win the state title.
- Haley Pryor, MICDS track & field. Won the sectional pole vault title at 11-0. Has a personal best of 11-3 and should win the state title before heading off to Rhodes College in Memphis.
All readers of Patch are eligible to nominate athletes for MVP recognition. This is just a suggested list to get started.
Trey Baur, MICDS baseball
Greg Gannon, Ladue baseball
Foster Bundy, MICDS lacrosse
Katie Prosperi, St. Joe lacrosse
Caroline Militello, MICDS soccer
Annalise Wagner, John Burroughs track & field