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Sports : Michaelis, Owens highlight All-HDC postseason team
Posted by Tom on 2013/3/12 14:53:37 (1784 reads) News by the same author

The North Mercer High School tandem of Sierra Michaelis and Courtney Owens are four-time selections to the All-HDC Conference postseason first team, both among the girls and boys honored by the conference in voting announced on Monday afternoon. To see the complete list of first-team and honorable mention selections, click on "read more". Unanimous selections will be in BOLD.

First Team All-HDC Conference (Girls)

Sierra Michaelis, North Mercer
Courtney Owens, North Mercer
Kaylen Carlson, Ridgeway
Kelly Warford, Pattonsburg
Mikayla Toombs, Gilman City
Haley Craig, North Harrison
Michelle Sobotka, Cainsville
Kaitlyn Barnes, Winston
Elizabeth Novak, Grundy County

Takaya McLain, Cainsville
Hayley Sample, North Mercer

Honorable Mention All-HDC Conference

Kassidy Stark, North Mercer
Rheanna Gardner, Pattonsburg
Kady Sperry, Gilman City
Bailey Perkins, North Harrison
Courtney Riggs, Winston
Rebecca Johnson, Newtown-Harris

Coach of the Year

Dan Owens, North Mercer

First Team All-HDC Conference (Boys)

Colton Hartley, North Mercer
Caleb Wyatt, North Mercer
Ben Rinehart, Ridgeway
Joe Longo, Ridgeway
Adam Crawford, Newtown-Harris
Garren Gibson, North Harrison

Micah Busick, Newtown-Harris
Brody Hatcher, Grundy County
Chevy Calhoon, Winston
Garrett Noe, North Mercer
Matthew Craig, Ridgeway
Reed Hallock, North Harrison
Clayton Radcliff, Grundy County
Ryan Burrows, Gilman City

Honorable Mention All-HDC Conference

Zach Coin, Newtown-Harris
Geoffrey Davis, Winston
Destin Gann, Grundy County
Jared Teel, Pattonsburg
Tyler Fore, Pattonsburg

Coach of the Year

Tina Holt, North Mercer

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