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Whitfield's Tete Nelson voted SBLive's Missouri High School Athlete of the Week (Feb. 13-18)

Nelson had 31 points, 14 rebounds and six assists in win over Cor Jesu
Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Whitfield's Tete Nelson, who was voted SBLive's Missouri high school Athlete of the Week (Feb. 13-18). She received more than 69 percent of the votes.

Nelson scored 31 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, had six assists, four steals and two blocks in a 72-46 win against Cor Jesu on Monday.

CBC's Anthony Gause finished second in the voting with more than 25 percent of the votes.

Previous winners: St. Pius X-KC's Kate Sell (Feb. 6-11), Versailles' Ryder Williams (Jan. 30-Feb. 4), Branson's Kyshin Isringhausen (Jan. 23-28), Hannibal's Tristen Essig (Jan. 16-21), Liberty North's Avery True (Jan. 9-14), Timberland's Izzy Ackley (Jan. 2-7), St. Michael the Archangel's Victoria Swingle (Dec. 26-31), Lutheran North's Bryce Spiller (Dec. 19-24), Springfield Glendale's Reilly Heman (Dec. 12-17), Monett's Blaine Salsman (Dec. 5-10), East Buchanan's Trevor Klein (Nov. 28-Dec. 4), Reeds Spring's James Dowdy (Nov. 21-26), Reeds Spring's Caden Wiest (Nov. 14-19), Pleasant Hill's Dylan Kauffman (Nov. 7-12), Westminster Christian's Emma Fairchild, Seckman's Cole Ruble (Oct. 24-29), Fatima's Taylor Baumhoer (Oct. 17-22), Jasper's Juan Rivera (Oct. 10-15), Kirkwood's Deion Brown (Oct. 3-8), Parkway North's Zyan Royal (Sept. 26-Oct. 1), Liberty North's Ella Hayes (Sept. 19-24), North Platte's Colton Kirkham (Sept. 12-17), Truman's Freddie Sheppard (Sept. 4-10), Hannibal's Aneyas Williams (Aug. 29-Sept. 3) and Truman's Cecilia Mora (Aug. 22-28).

Here's another look at the rest of the nominees:

Isabelle ‘Izzy’ Ackley, Timberland girls swimming

Set a new Class 2 meet record in the 100-yard backstroke in 54.68 at the MSHSAA State Swimming & Diving Championships. She also finished second in the 100 butterfly with a new school record and was part of a 200 medley relay team that finished third and also broke a school record.

Chloe Burnham, St. Joseph Christian girls basketball

Surpassed the 1,000-point mark on Tuesday against Nodaway Valley. The junior accomplished the mark in two years after an injury kept her from playing as a freshman.

Marcus Coleman, MICDS boys basketball

In a 74-55 win against Alton on Tuesday, the senior scored his 1,000th career point.

Zyree Collins, St. Mary’s boys basketball

The sophomore scored 14 points and surpassed the 1,000-point mark in a 56-51 win over Lutheran St. Charles on Thursday.

Spencer Cunningham, Mid-Buchanan boys wrestling

Posted a 3-0 mark and took home first place at the Class 2 District 4 tournament, the fourth straight district title for the Dragons. Cunningham, now 34-2, won all of his matches by pins.

Madelyn Eads, Poplar Bluff girls basketball

Eads scored 20 points and was 11 for 14 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to help the Lady Mules beat North County 52-35 on Friday.

Zan Fugitt, Nixa boys wrestling

The Oklahoma signee won the Class 4 District 3 title at 132 pounds and secured win No. 180 – second most all-time in Nixa history.

Anthony Gause, Christian Brothers College boys basketball

A junior guard, Gause scored the go-ahead basket with 7 seconds left to help the Cadets rally from a 17-point fourth quarter deficit to beat visiting Cardinal Ritter. Gause finished with 18 points, including nine in the fourth quarter.

Jack Gogue, Richmond boys basketball

A New Mexico State football offensive line recruit, Gogue scored 55 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in a 104-45 win over Carrollton on Friday. Gogue made 24 of his 30 field-goal attempts and knocked down six of seven free throw attempts.

Matt Haefner, Lafayette Wildwood boys basketball

The 6-foot-7 forward bound for Truman State scored his 1,000th career point on Friday in a win against Mehlville.

Kaelyn Johnson, Columbia Battle girls basketball

She became the Spartans’ all-time leading scorer as she passed the 1,091 point mark in a win on Friday against Columbia Hickman.

Jake Lafferty, Sparta boys basketball

In a 66-63 victory over Spokane on Tuesday, the win locked up the SWCL championship and Lafferty eclipsed his 1,500-career point mark.

Sean LaRose, Affton boys basketball

The 5-11 senior guard surpassed the 1,000th-point mark this week.

Shae Lewis, St. Joseph Bishop LeBlond girls basketball

In an Midland Empire Conference showdown against St. Pius X, the senior surpassed the 1,000 career point milestone.

Caroline Linberger, North Shelby girls basketball

Surpassed the 1,000th point mark in a 61-3 win over Scotland County, scoring a team-high 18 points in the game on Tuesday.

Jordan Martin, Jefferson City boys basketball

An Arkansas baseball recruit, Martin recorded a double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds in a 74-43 win over Capital City on Friday, giving the Jays the Central Missouri Activities Conference title.

Charlie Miller, Russellville boys basketball

The Missouri baseball pledge scored 34 points in the first half on Tuesday and that helped him surpass 1,500 points in his career.

Clayton Parker, Montgomery County boys basketball

A 6-7 sophomore, Parker scored 35 points in a 74-46 win over Moberly on Thursday to help the Wildcats improve to 19-7.

Zach Rackers, Blair Oaks boys wrestling

The 165-pounder took home a title for the Falcons from the Class 2 District 3 meet in Seneca. In the finals, he won 10-0 to improve to 50-0 on the season.

Caleb Ray, Lebanon boys basketball

Drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Yellowjackets to a 62-61 win over Bolivar on.

Jaydon Reynolds, Cape Girardeau Central boys basketball

He had a game-high 22 points to help the Tigers pick up a win over Charleston, 71-65, in a Southeast Missouri showdown of Class 5 No. 2-ranked Central and Class 3 No. 1-ranked Charleston.

Haiden Schoessel, Eureka girls swimming

Won a third straight state title in the 50-yard freestyle and set a new state record with a time of 23.02 at the MSHSAA Swimming & Diving Championships

Kylee Sullivan, Parkway South girls swimming

The Mizzou signee set the Class 2 meet record in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:01.88 on Friday at MSHSAA Swimming & Diving Championships.

Bradyn Tate, Carthage boys wrestling

Picked up career win No. 100 – the 34th in program history – and set the new record for most points in a season by a 132-pound wrestler in school history by taking third at the Class 4 District 3 meet in Ozark.

Brandon Terrill, Eureka boys basketball

The sophomore became another second-year varsity player to hit the 1,000-point mark in his career, eclipsing the mark on Tuesday.

Natalie Thrasher, North Shelby girls basketball

Became the Raiders' all-time leading 3-pointer shooter by passing the mark set by Jenny Kaser with 132 back in 1992.

Gary Walker, Willard boys wrestling

During the district tournament, Walker picked up career win No. 100 for the Tigers. He took first at 165 pounds.

Ethan Wasson, Timberland boys wrestling

Is headed to state for the third time and picked up career win No. 100 at the district meet this weekend – in a match that made him a qualifier.

Megan Wells, Park Hill South girls basketball

Secured the Class 2 diving championship on Thursday at the MSHSAA Swimming & Diving Championships in St. Peters.

Dontrez Williams, Sikeston boys basketball

A 6-4 junior, Williams scored 23 points and had a career-high 19 rebounds in an 82-60 win over No. 9-ranked Caruthersville.

Peyton Wohlford, Smithville girls basketball

The 6-1 sophomore sank eight 3-pointers and scored a career-high 30 points in a 52-43 win over Grandview on Monday in a Suburban Conference Blue Division game.

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