The Southern Door Athletic Booster Club inducted Michael Blizel and Courtney Wautier into their Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of the girls basketball game on Friday Night. Both Blizel (Class of 2008) and Wautier (Class of 2009) won 12 varsity letters at Southern Door, and we asked them both want it means to them to be in the Hall of Fame….
Blizel earned 8 first team all-conference awards as he played football, basketball and baseball for the Eagles and was named the Packerland Conference Baseball Player of the Year in 2008. He also played baseball at UW-Stevens Point and after transferring to UW-Stout set the school highest punt average and started his senior season at quarterback. Michael chose his high school football coach Brent Claflin to present him into the Hall of Fame….
Wautier earned 7 first team all-conference awards as she played volleyball, basketball and softball for the Eagles and was named the Packerland Conference Softball Player of the Year in 2009. She holds 13 school records, including 784 career strikeouts. During her softball career at UW-Oshkosh, she became the third pitcher to reach 50 wins and her 395 strikeouts rank 12th in WIAC history. Courtney chose her high school basketball and softball coach Pat Delcore to present her into the Hall of Fame….
Blizel is working for GS Consulting Group in Scottsdale, Arizona while Wautier is finishing her bachelor degree in Elementary Education at UW-Oshkosh. We’ll have more of our interviews with Blizel and Wautier during the halftime of Southern Door at Luxemburg-Casco boys basketball game tonight on 93.9FM / wdor.com