De Smet High School Senior Athletes
Rylie participated in track her freshman and sophomore years. She also belonged to the volleyball and basketball team all throughout high school.Rylie received All-Conference DVC and LCC awards for volleyball her senior year along with being a member of the All-Conference DVC team in her junior year. Through basketball Rylie has received All-Conference DVC and LCC honors her sophomore, junior, and senior years of high school. Her senior year she was named DVC Conference MVP. She has been awarded as the Entringer Classic MVP her sophomore, junior, and senior years. Rylie was placed on the All-Tournament State B Girl's Basketball team her sophomore and senior years. She also was placed on the 2nd Team All-State Team, and was named a candidate for Miss Basketball this season.
Rylie's most memorable moments in high school was playing basketball in the 2013 and 2015 State Tournaments, and playing with all her teammates throughout the years. She also remembers having a get together with all the teams at the State B Tournament 2015 after the championship game.
Rylie's parents are Doug and Shelly Osthus. Rylie plans to attend Dakota Wesleyan University to major in Biology, and to play women's basketball for the Lady Tigers.She has also been involved in 4-H, National Honor Society, Choir, Band, Show choir, Summer Traveling Basketball, Softball, and St. Thomas Aquinas Youth.
Joshua has been Class President all four years of high school. He has also been in FFA, FCCLA Junior and National Honor Society.
Kennedy has participated in volleyball for 4 years, basketball for 4 years, track for 3 years, and football stats for 1 year. She was also track manager for 1 year.
She received MVP her junior year at the Kayla Cleveland Playing with an Angel JV Tournament. In the volleyball season of her senior year she received both Dakota Valley All Conference and Lake Central All Conference player. She also received Academic All State for both volleyball and basketball.
Kennedy's most memorable moment throughout her high school sports career is getting to experience not only 1 state tournament but 2. Kennedy is the daughter of Jamie and Roxy Fast. Next year Kennedy is planning to attend SDSU and major in nursing. She has also been involved in 4-H, National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, Student Council, Church Youth Group, Band, Choir, Show Choir, and Triple Trio.
Kelli received All-Conference honors in golf (11th), basketball (11th and 12th), and volleyball (12th). Also, she earned a place on the 2015 State "B" Girl's Basketball All-Tournament Team. Her most memorable moment as an athlete was getting the opportunity to finish off her basketball career in the state tournament. Specifically, finishing on a win in overtime against Summit in the third place game. She is the daughter of Tim and Renae Aughenbaugh. Next year, Kelli will attend the University of South Dakota where she will pursue a degree in Medical Biology. After undergraduate school, she would like to extend her education at optometry school. Besides athletics, Kelli has been active in the music department, piano, student government, student-based organizations, and her youth group.
Dylan plans on attending Lake Area Technical Institute for Ag production. He has also been involved in FFA and National Honors Society.
Eve has been involved in national honor society all four year and was secretary treasurer her senior year. She participates in her church youth group. Eve has participated in choir, show choir, triple trio and band throughout high school.