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Little League Football/Cheer Sign-ups
Little League Football and Cheer Sign-ups for grades K-6 will be Saturday July 19th at the Freeman Community Center from 10am until noon.
Midway Football Camp
Monday July 21st to Thursday July 24th
3rd, 4th and 5th Grade - $25 - 8am-9am
6th, 7th, and 8th - $25 - 9am-10:30am
High School (9th-12th) 6pm
**Scrimmage Friday Night 6pm**
Adrian - Archie - Rich Hill - Praire View - Hogan Prep
Midway Marching Band Camp
Marching Band camp will be July 31st-Aug 1st from 7:30am to 11:30am at the High School. **Students should bring the music that was passed out in May and their instruments.**
Midway Athletic Signings
Four 2014 Midway High School graduates have signed letters of intent to play college-level sports.
Megan O'Brien: Megan's father Paul O'Brien, Megan, mother Amy O'Brien, Longview Coach Rob Kaleikau, Midway coach CJ Chamberlin.
Megan O’Brien signed a letter of intent and received a scholarship to play volleyball at Longview Community College. Her position is outside hitter. Coached by Rob Kaleikau , the Longview Lakers are members of the NJCAA.
O’Brien’s volleyball awards include WEMO first team All-Conference, first team All-District, honorable mention All-Region, and Academic All-State. She was selected to play on the Mo-Kan All Star team. She has received Most Aces and Most Kills awards from her team during her high school career. O’Brien is also a four-year All-State track athlete in pole vault.
Megan is the daughter of Paul and Amy O'Brien of Cleveland, MO.
Miranda Dahman signed a letter of intent and received academic and athletic scholarships to play volleyball at Central Methodist University in Fayette, MO. Coached by Allison Jones, the CMU Eagles are members of the NAIA Heart of America Athletic Conference.
Dahman’s volleyball awards include WEMO first team All-Conference, first team All-District, two years first team All-Region, two years honorable mention all-state, and four years Academic All-State. She was selected to play on the Mo-Kan All Star team. Dahman has received Team MVP, Block Leader, Hitting Percentage Leader, and Kill Percentage Leader awards from her team the past two years. Also an All-State track athlete, her senior year Dahman was awarded the MSHSAA Sportsmanship Award of Excellence and the Chris Richardson Memorial Sportsmanship Award. She was a Kansas City Star Scholar-Athlete selection.
Miranda is the daughter of Doug and Amy Dahman of Harrisonville, MO.
Zeb Love and Bobby Zielinski both signed letters of intent and received academic and athletic scholarships to play football at Benedictine College in Atchison, KS. Coached by Larry Wilcox, the Benedictine Ravens are members of the NAIA Heart of America Athletic Conference, which (among others) includes local schools Avila, Baker, Culver-Stockton, Evangel, Graceland, and Mid-America Nazarine.
Zeb Love: Zeb, Midway coach Larry Burchett, mother Michelle Welch.
Love is a two-time WEMO All-conference defensive selection and a two-time All-District selection. He has won the Viking team hustle award twice and was most improved player his junior year. He led the team in solo tackles his junior year. Also a track athlete, Love is the son of Brad Love and Michelle Welch of Freeman, MO.
Bobby Zielinski: Mother Becky Zielinski, Bobby, Midway coach Larry Burchett, father Robert Zielinski.
Zielinski is a four-year starter for the Midway Vikings. He was team MVP his junior year and was selected as a Senior Captain. He is the second leading touchdown scorer in Midway history with 71 career TD’s. Zielinski is a four-year WEMO Conference selection on both offense and defense, and is a three-time All-District selection. Also an All-State track athlete and a varsity basketball player, his senior year Zielinski was awarded the MSHSAA Sportsmanship Award of Excellence and the Chris Richardson Memorial Sportsmanship Award.
Zielinski is the son of Robert and Becky Zielinski, of Freeman, MO.