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Sports : Tri-County Conference Announces Post-Season Honors
Posted by Tom on 2013/10/10 7:10:00 (396 reads) News by the same author

The Tri-County Conference has announced first team, second team, and coach of the year honorees, along with the MVP awards for the 2013 girl's softball and boy's baseball seasons. Click on "read more" to see the list. Area honorees will be highlighted in bold.
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All-Conference Softball

First Team

(Conference MVP) Memphis Buster, Bevier

Caiti Bradley, Bevier
Shiloh Wilson, Bevier
Samatha Reed, Atlanta
Meredith Thomas, Brashear
Sidney Jeffries, Green City
Kalie Lene, La Plata
Kerstin Wilson, Linn County
Maria Gunnels, Novinger

Coach of the Year: Luke O'Laughlin. Bevier

Second Team

Beth Ashenfelter, Bevier
Alexa Acton, Brashear
Ashley Moncrief, Brashear
Kailey Grinder, Bucklin/Macon Co.
Kelsie Davis, Green City
Sammy Banner, Green City
Megan Schreiner, Linn County
Shelby Shiflett, Meadville

Kim Young, Novinger
Holly Findling, Novinger

All-Conference Baseball

First Team

(Conference MVP) Lane Waddle, Atlanta

Ethan Baker, Atlanta
Collan Thrasher, Atlanta
Lance Weber, Atlanta
Colby Peukert, Bevier
River Wright, Bucklin/Macon Co.
Jared Brundage, Green City

Matt Safley, La Plata
Ben Bolden, La Plata
Jacob Wood, Linn County

Second Team

Garrett West, Atlanta
Marty Halley, Atlanta
Dane Robertson, Bucklin/Macon Co.
Hadley Williams, Green City
Zach Powell, Green City

Jace Brown, La Plata
Blake Smith, Novinger
Justin Klingsmith, Novinger
Trae Brownell, Novinger

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