Christyn Frischbutter of the Landmark 96’ers.
A Landmark Collegiate student recently became the first high school athlete from the region to make it onto this school year’s Tri-StarRuralHigh School athlete of the week.
On October 2, Christyn Frischbutter of the Landmark 96ers Volleyball teamwas named Tri-StarRuralHigh School athlete of the week on.
At 5’9”, the grade twelve student led her team to the Treherne Tournament Championship. As a player dominant on the left side, she delivered 10 kills and 6 service aces in the finals against St. Claude.
Rob Giesbrecht, coach for the Landmark 96ers Volleyball team praised the star athlete.
“Christyn is a gifted athlete who leads by example with her hard work and commitment to the team,” stated Giesbrecht. “She is dedicated to getting better every time she is on the court. She has an amazing ability to make the right play at the right time.”
When Frischbutter is not participating in volleyball she is competing in fastball and curling while maintaining a 95% average.
During the ten month school year, the Manitoba High School Athletic Association names two students per week as Tri-Star Rural Athlete and Athlete of the Week. To be named Tri-Star Rural Athlete students are chosen from all of the province’s high schools, and competition is fierce. Athlete of the Week is geared towards students within Winnipeg schools.