West High School senior Isabella Guyer, a goal keeper, signed her national letter of intent today to play soccer for the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. UW Parkside is a Division II college and is a part of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Guyer is a four-year starter and was named the Mississippi Valley Conference Goal Keeper of the Year in 2016 and 2018. She is a school record holder in several goal keeping categories as she heads into her senior soccer season. She registered seven shutouts in 2018.
Kaylissa Arndorfer, a 6'2" outside hitter/middle blocker from Waterloo West High School signed her National Letter of Intent today to play volleyball at the University of Northern Iowa. Arndorfer, a four year varsity starter, was a three time All Mississippi Valley All Conference selection-including being named to the first team this season. In addition, she was a three time All Metro pick. She averaged 3.82 kills per game and she led the state in blocks her junior year.
Madelyn Solomon, a gymnast, from Waterloo West High School signed her National Letter of Intent today to become a part of the University of Iowa Gymnastics team. Maddy has competed regionally in gymnastics for the past 12 years. She qualified for the Level Nine National Championships which were held in Spokane, WA, and she was an alternate for the Level Ten National Qualifying Team. During her career at West High, Maddy was also a state qualifier in Swimming and Diving and Track and Field.
Noah Susong was a valuable senior leader for Waterloo West’s defense with 88.5 tackles, 13 for loss. He was joined on the All-Metro team by senior defensive back Amel Saric and linebacker Mac Pedro. Seniors Tanner Pollock at wide receiver and Brenden Burton on the offensive line were named to the All-Metro offense alongside running back Isaac Tolbert
University of Northern Iowa volleyball recruit Kaylissa Arndorfer of Waterloo West returned to the All Metro first team after averaging 3.82 kills and 1.77 digs per set with 24 total blocks. Her West team secured seven more wins than a season ago before falling to Cedar Falls in the regional final.
Waterloo West’s senior setter Christina Campbell and junior outside hitter Lauren Conrey were named to the All Metro second team.
The Kentucky Fried Chicken on Kimball Avenue in Waterloo is partnering with West High Athletics.
On the second Tuesday of every month, from 5-8 pm, mention West High when ordering, and Kentucky Fried Chicken will donate 10% of their sales to West High Athletics.
See below flyer for more information.