Posted On: 12/18/17 5:59 PM

Expectations are massive for Mayer Lutheran and so far they are 4-0. Senior Kobey Woolhouse is a key piece to the Crusaders and he’s hearing from several college programs.

“I have been in contact with Augsburg, Northwestern, St. Scholastica, and Bethany,” Kobey said. “I have visited Augsburg and Northwestern and am trying to find dates that work for the other schools.”

As far as the season goes the Crusaders have beaten Maranatha Christian, BOLD, Sibley East, and area rival Watertown-Mayer putting together an impressive list of early season wins.

“Things are going great,” Kobey said. “We are getting better every day whether it be at practice or at a game. We are still learning new things and adapting to new things but we are getting better and better every day and working very hard.”

Woolhouse has scored 12.2 points per game so far this season working with Garrett Tjernagel, and Baden Noenning as double figure scorers and this group has paired with Brandon Carlson and Cole Hagan for a strong line-up.

Kobey can play several roles for this team and has so far this year .

“My ability to play Point Guard or shooting guard has improved. I am comfortable with the ball in my hands whether that be bringing it up or getting it while running the offense.”

Like we said, as a top five Class A team expectations are high and the goal is a state tournament run.

“Like I said before we just keep getting better everyday,” Woolhouse said. “We have great returning talent and great talent that is up and coming. Everyday is a day to get better and hopefully this will lead to results we want down the road.

“My goals for this team is to be able to finally make a deep run. I want us to be able to continue to get better and not get comfortable with results that we see.”