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Star of the Week
Losing 66-65 with 18.2 seconds left in overtime, the Thunder’s season was on the line in a section semifinal showdown with Big Lake. Coming down to one final possession for Zimmerman, they knew exactly who was going to get the ball in the closing seconds. None other than star junior guard Alyssa Daugherty. With about 10 seconds remaining, the Thunder finally got the ball to Daugherty, who wasn’t going to let anyone stop her from giving her team a rematch in the section final against Willmar. Driving left to the hoop, Daugherty spun around the Big Lake defender, finding an open lane and sealing the game in overtime for Zimmerman by a score of 67-66. She finished the contest with a game-high 31 points.
May wins Athena Award for Thunder
Zimmerman’s 2018 Athena Award winner is Ilea May, a captain for both volleyball and basketball this season with a resume off the court to back up her performance on the court.
May has lettered four years in a row for both basketball and volleyball, including a MVP of volleyball one season and three total conference awards. May was captain for volleyball for two years and basketball for one, and says that winning back to back conference championships in basketball for the first time in school history is among her favorite accomplishments while at Zimmerman.
May was a top-10 rebounder in the state last season and says one of her earliest sports memory is in sixth grade when she scored 30 points in a game. Ilea participates in Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Prom Committee, while also volunteering at Feed My Starving Children. She also loves the annual Christmas Caroling the girls basketball team down at the local nursing home. May has been involved in the National Honor Society for two years and plans on attending the University of North Dakota next year to major in nursing.
“Learning that I was selected to receive this award is an incredible honor. One that I am very proud of. It’s validation that the time and effort that I’ve invested in becoming the athlete that I am has been worth it,” May said.
What We Do
The Zimmerman Booster Club would like to thank the many volunteers currently involved, now and from the past. It takes many volunteers coming together to make a difference.
As a Booster Club we are interested in any ideas you may have to better our student’s experiences here at Zimmerman middle school and high school.
Getting involved in your school through the Booster Club is fun and a great way to meet other adults and faculty. We are always looking for people to help with ideas and the planning of Booster Club activities. Everything we do benefits the students of our school and community. We support our Academics, Arts and Athletics. Come check out what we are up to!
Booster Club meetings are always the 2nd Monday of each month, except when there is no school that day. Then it will be the following Monday. Meetings are at 7:00 in the ZHS media center. Please Come and Check It Out!
We are always interested in your thoughts, please come to any meeting and help make a difference.
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