Lily Boughfman of Little River was chosen as the Hog Wild Performance of the Month for March. Boughfman, who was a first team all-state selection a year ago, leads the Redskins in scoring and steals and is second in rebounds and blocks for the Redskins, who have been highly ranked in VYPE’s Salina Area Power Rankings all season.
“I am so honored to be chosen as the Hog Wild Performer of the Month,” Boughfman said. “I appreciate that VYPE magazine selects hard working student athletes from all classi cations and am very grateful for this experience.” Little River qualified for the 1A DI Tournament last season but lost in the quarter finals. Boughfman is encouraged by what she has seen out of her team this season.
“Our team goals look different each year, but the underlying goals always remain, to win league and to make it to the state tournament,” Boughfman said.
“Last year our goal was to make it to state, but this year our goal is to bring home a state title.”
Boughfman is involved in a variety of sports and clubs at Little River, including volleyball, basketball and track and theater, choir and FCA. She is also interning at the elementary school in the district. Next year, she will be attending Fort Hays State University to play volleyball and wants to either study elementary education or radiology.