La Crosse, WIS. (WXOW) -------- He's the hometown kid playing for the hometown team.
Onalaska's Jesse Tredinnick has found his stride with the Coulee Region Chill.
"It's pretty nice everyone comes out and watches, everyone has watched me in youth and highschool so it's pretty speical they can watch me after. There is a little pressure because everyone in the area has seen me play so if I have a bad game obviously they see that but if I have a good game they up to me it's a nice situation to be in," says Chill Forward Jesse Tredinnick.
Tredinnick is in his 2nd season with the Chill and has increased his productivity in year two. His goal scoring is up to 11 from 8 last season and this year his 16 assists are already double his total from last year.
"He's exceeded expectations, last season he was stuck as a more role type of player with us and his role as increased big time this year, you know I think he has really calmed down as a player and he is coming into his own and that's why he is having success this year," says Chill Head Coach A.J. Degenhardt.
Tredinnick is unsure of future holds, but he hopes his time with the Chill nets him a D-1 scholarship, but no matter how this season ends, he will always remember his 16 seasons playing here at the Omni Center.
"It's been great memories, I mean it's been a blast and it's still going to be a blast at the end its probably going to be my last few games at the Omni Center it's been apart of my life for awhile so it's going to be pretty special," says Tredinnick.
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