Power Bismarck March Athlete of the Month
CONGRATULATIONS to Calob Larson on being chosen as March’s Athlete of the Month at Sanford POWER in Bismarck!
Calob Larson is a junior at Legacy High School where he competes in track & field and Soccer. He is the two-time defending ND Class A State Champion in the 100, 200, and 400-meter races, as well as contributed to multiple relays and placed 6th in the long jump in 2018. Calob, who considers himself an aficionado of rap music, is also the recipient of North Dakota’s Track & Field Gatorade Player of the Year.
When he is not competing on the track, his hobbies include photography, woodworking, and video games. Calob’s high level of work ethic is matched evenly by his sense of humor. He recently completed his post-test for his Sanford SCORE prior to departing for this year’s track & field season. Calob’s SCORE of 775 ranks him 3rd all-time amongst all POWER regions.
Power Bismarck February Athlete of the Month
CONGRATULATIONS to Tygen Coughlin on being chosen as February’s Athlete of the Month at Sanford POWER in Bismarck!
Tygen is an eighth grader at Shiloh Christian School in Bismarck, ND. Tygen boasts one the most consistent attendance records at POWER which is evident with his continued athletic improvement. Tygen displays leadership qualities within the group and is someone who coaches and other athletes can count on to give his best effort at all times.
When Tygen isn’t busy training or juking people out of their shoes on the football field you can find him shredding on his guitar or cheering on the Bison on Saturdays. Tygen can also be found on many different outdoor adventures.
Congratulations Tygen Coughlin!
Power Bismarck January Athlete of the Month
CONGRATULATIONS to Gloire Ngoma on being chosen as January’s Athlete of the Month at Sanford POWER in Bismarck!
Gloire is a senior at Century High School (CHS) where he sprints and jumps for the school’s track and field team. At Sanford POWER, athletes are encouraged to test and get their Sanford SCORE, which is an athletic assessment that uses an exclusive formula developed through years of sports science research and consists of power, speed and agility drills. The higher the number, the better the test. Gloire’s summer pretested at 460 and, after not missing a single summer training session, Gloire post-tested at 617. He has maintained this same work ethic throughout the fall and winter, which will surely assist him in surpassing his previous SCORE test. He has made training a part of his daily routine all while balancing a part-time job, maintaining a 3.2 grade point average (GPA) in school, participating in CHS Peer to Peer and prepping for his future with CHS AVID.