September Student Athletes of the Month

MIAC September Student Athlete of the Month

Erika Van Loton, Sophomore, Cross Country, Huron Valley Lutheran High School
Erika, a sophomore at Huron Valley Lutheran, competed in 4 races in September, winning all 4, leading start to finish in all 4, winning by an average of 38 seconds. She broke her own course record by 44 seconds at the. Concordia Cardinal Classic, won the Oakland Christian Small School Invitational, won the first MIAC jamboree, her fourth in a row dating back to last season and won the Whitmore Lake 10 Team Invite. She currently ranked fourth in the State in Division 4.

Brooke Craven, Sophomore, Cross Country, Whitmore Lake High School
Brooke Medaled in all three Invitationals in the month of September. She finished had a top 5 finish at the first MIAC Jamboree. She is currently ranked #5 in the Region and #37th overall in the state for Division #4.

Daniel Siminski, Senior, Football, Oakland Christian
In 2 games Dan has lead the Lancers offensively by accounted for 8 touchdowns (5 Rushing; 3 Passing) on 429 yards passing and 121 yards rushing. Dan has led the Lancers to a 2-0 start.

Nathan Etnrye, Senior, Soccer, Plymouth Christian
Nathan has been on a tear for the month of the September, scoring 10 goals in a stretch of 9 games. In that stretch, the Eagles have posted a 7-1-1 record and the current #1 team in the MIAC Blue Standings.

Aristide Gardette, Sophomore, Soccer, The Roeper School
Aristide Gardette is a formidable force in Roeper’s midfield this year. With 5 goals a 5 assists Arrow not only can get it down on offense but is also an anchor for the team’s defense.

Alec Mitchell, Senior, Soccer, Clarenceville
Alec has shown incredible growth in his game since making the change from football to soccer as a sophomore. His speed, physicality, and athleticism has been on display the past 2 seasons, as he handles the right mid position perfectly. He is an excellent player and captain for the Clarenceville Soccer Program.

Claire Hanafee, Senior, Cross Country, Southfield Christian
Claire is running cross country for the first time this fall and has quickly improved to become the Eagles faster runner so far this season. She has dropped two and half minutes from her time this season and has medaled at the Webberville and Whitmore Lake Invites. She recently ran her personal best of 22;35 at Whitmore Lake finishing 11th.