Rhodes, a four year letter winner in four sports, has been a Sectional Qualifier for two years and was awarded the Most Consistent Golfer and Lowest Average Award as a golfer for the Lady Blackhawks.
She has excelled in basketball, softball and volleyball for the past four years at Sandoval.
On the basketball court, she was named to the Sandoval Invitational All-Tournament Team, Midland Trail All-Tournament Team and Midland Trail All-Conference Team for two years and as Honorable Mention for one year. She has received the Lady Hawk Award, Offensive Player of the Year and Free Throw Award.
On the softball field, she received the Best Defensive Player Award for two years and named to the Midland Trail All-Conference Team Honorable. In volleyball, she was named Defensive Player of the Year two years.
According to KC golf coach Jay Garrett, “Everyone I talk to about Brooke has such positive things to say. She’s a good student, a good athlete, and a good teammate. She will make a great addition to our campus and our golf team. Brooke has a good approach to the game of golf and a good swing to go with it. I look forward to working with her. I’m very pleased that Brooke chose Kaskaskia College.”
Pictured is (seated) - Jason Rhodes (father), Brooke Rhodes, and Stephanie Rhodes (mother). Standing is Jim Maddox, Sandoval Athletic Director; Jay Garrett, KC women’s golf coach; and Heather Day, Sandoval girls golf coach.