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Sports : Grundy R-5 Boys Place Four on All-HDC First Team
Posted by Tom on 2013/10/17 9:35:47 (541 reads) News by the same author

The Grundy R-5 Panthers, after a state runner-up finish in 2013, have placed FOUR boys on the HDC All-Conference first team. State champion Winston has three players on the team, with North Harrison with three honored as well.

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Here are the boy's first-team All-HDC Conference players: (unanimous selections will be highlighted in bold):

Micah Busick, Newtown-Harris, SR
Luke Stanley, North Harrison, SR
Gaige Blake, North Harrison, SR
Reed Hallock, North Harrison, JR
Destin Gann, Grundy R-5, SR
Clayton Radcliff, Grundy R-5, JR
Chevy Calhoon, Winston, SO
Craig Lewis, Winston, FR
Ty Uthe, Winston, SO
Drew Cox, North Mercer, JR

Slade Orndorff, East Harrison, JR
Matthew Craig, East Harrison, SR
Adam Crawford, Newtown-Harris, SR
Grant Widner, North Mercer, SR
Stuart Eller, Grundy R-5, SR

Honorable Mention (Boys):

Kristchon Hisel, Winston, SO
Tanner Hudson, Grundy R-5, JR
Blake Emig, North Harrison, JR
Trey Wilson, North Mercer, SO
Nate Sutton, Tri-County, SR

Coach of the Year (Boys):

Eric Lewis, Winston

Boys Final Standings:
Winston 6-0
Grundy R-5 4-2
Newtown-Harris 4-2
North Harrison 4-2
North Mercer 2-4
East Harrison 1-5
Tri-County 1-5

HDC Tournament Results:
1. Winston
2. North Harrison
3. Grundy R-5
4. North Mercer

STATE Tournament Final Four:
1. Winston
2. Grundy R-5
3. Jefferson
4. North Harrison

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