Bismarck

Hannah Westin

Power Bismarck October Athlete of the Month

CONGRATULATIONS to Hannah Westin for being chosen as October’s Athlete of the Month at Sanford POWER in Bismarck!

Hannah is a junior at Shiloh Christian where she competes in Cross Country, Basketball and Track. She was the 2021 Mile State Champion, took 3rd in the 2 mile and took 5th in the 800. Additionally she finished 4th place at the 2020 State Cross Country meet. Hannah not only continues to excel in athletics, but also in the classroom as she received the award for 1st team All-Academic in basketball as well as the 2021 Katie Schindler award. Above all, Hannah is a great individual and a prime example of what student-athletes should aspire to be. She exemplifies integrity with everything that she does on a day-to-day basis, all while keeping a smile on her face and brightening the day of those around her!

Congratulations, Hannah!

Joey Buzalsky

Power Bismarck September Athlete of the Month

CONGRATULATIONS to Joey Buzalsky on being chosen as September’s Athlete of the Month at Sanford POWER in Bismarck!

Joey is going into his senior year at Legacy High School where he competes in Football and Basketball. Joey has made tremendous leaps athletically and personally from his freshman to senior year. He understands the importance of effort, attitude, and toughness for himself and his teammates. He has become a senior leader that every strength coach dreams of. Joey is a true competitor and wants to be the best for himself and his teammates. We wish nothing but success to Joey his Senior Year.

Congratulations, Joey!

Wadley Lamy

Power Bismarck August Athlete of the Month

CONGRATULATIONS to Wadley Lamy for being chosen as August’s Athlete of the Month at Sanford POWER in Bismarck!

Wadley is going to be a senior at Century High School where he competes in football and track & field. He is a letter winner and a member of the Patriot’s 2x defending state champion football team. Wadley enjoys seeing performance gains made from training through his consistent hard work. He has strung together a perfect attendance for his 6:00 a.m. training hour. Recently, out of all the lineman, he achieved the highest vertical jump of over 28 inches and reached the top speed of over 18 mph. When he’s not focused on training for football, he enjoys playing video games and volunteering as a coach for youth soccer (among other sports). Wadley exemplifies everything a coach desires in a student-athlete: coachable, consistent, respectful, hardworking and a great teammate!

Congratulations, Wadley!