With the fall sports season officially in the books in Montgomery County it’s time to recognize all of the individuals who were named an all-conference selection.
North Montgomery seniors Dylan Braun and Gabe Laws made the All-SAC First-Team and were joined by sophomore Austin Sulc.
After posting a six win season, Southmont also had three individuals make the first-team. Senior Collin Martin, junior Carson Chadd, and sophomore Wyatt Woodall all took home first-team honors. Woodall ended the year with 855 yards on the ground and also led the Mounties in tackles with 107.
Crawfordsville had seniors Evan Chaney and Alex Hernandez make the first team.
On the second-team all-conference, the Chargers Benjamin Pietsch, Ben Cody and Todd Laffoon all were honored. Southmont’s Brady Boller, Seth Tolliver and Kion Cornelius also made the second-team. Rounding out the second-team for the Athenians was Kaigen Fields and Nick Busenbark.
After claiming the first SAC title in school history, Crawfordsville led the way with four individuals making the first-team in boys soccer. Goalie Landon Timmons, Edwin Gil Herrera, Marshall Horton and Joseph Sanchez all took home first-team honors.
Southmont’s Logan Phillips and Kristian Prado joined North Montgomery’s Owen Query by also being named All SAC First-Team.
The Athenians also had four players make All Second-Team in Alex Caballero, Ryotaro Nishina, Emmett Bowman and Tristian Callejas.
Southmont’s Tyler Petroski and Samuel Becerril joined the Chargers Jayden Rausch on the All Second-Team.
Teegan Bacon, Lydia Dugard and Sydnee Turner all were named to the All First Team from North Montgomery. Southmont’s Belle Miller, Justine Troutman and Chloe Lynn also took home first-team honors. Crawfordsville’s Hannia Hernandez rounded out the first-team honorees.
Second-Team All SAC was earned by the Chargers Caitlin Burns, Paityn Church and Gracen Schwabe. Hanna Nichols, Lillie Odum and Shakhia Burks for the Mounties all made the second-team while Taylor Abston and Riley Gardner for the Athenians rounded out the list.
On the boys side in cross country Southmont’s Mason Cass placed second at the conference meet with a 16:47 earning him a spot on the All SAC First-Team. North Montgomery’s Elijah McCartney’s 16:52 and third place finish earned him a spot as well on the first-team. Rounding out the first-team honors was Crawfordsville’s Ryan Miller as he placed fifth overall with a time of 17:04.
Max Brummett, Hutton Haas and Tyson Fuller from CHS all earned All Second-Team honors. They are joined by Southmont’s Aaron Evans.
On the girls side, Southmont’s Faith Allen placed second with a time of 19:18 to earn all-first team honors. Crawfordsville’s Sophia Melevage and Elyse Widmer both joined Allen on the first-team.
Second-team honors were earned by many Athenian runners. Shelby Greene, Olivia Biddle, Skylah Stawser and Karla Fernandez all took made the team. North Montgomery’s Claire Bonwell and Southmont’s Heaven Smith also made the all second-team.
Led by freshman Addison Meadows who was the SAC champion at the conference meet, Southmont had three players make the all first-team. Macie Shirk and Bailey Barker joined Meadows on the team.
All-second team was earned by four Charger golfers, Grace Shrader, Grace Littell, Morgan Swick and Ella Stultz.
The conference champion Southmont was littered with first-team selections. Adam Cox, Luke Tesmer, Chayce Howell, Harrison Haddock, Mason Hall and Caden Jones all were named to the team. Crawfordsville, after placing second in the conference, had both James Murphy and Wyatt Motz make the first-team.
Thatcher Gambrel and Ziair Morgan made the second team along with Southmont’s Hayden Hess and North Montgomery’s Beckett Martin and Will McKinniss.
Crawfordsville’s dynamic duo of Macy Bruton and Laine Schlicher took home First-Team All SAC honors.
Teammates Olivia Reed and Shea Williamson were named to the all second-team. Southmont’s Regan Remley and Tayler Anderson along with North Montgomery’s Ashlynn Anderson and Madi Welch all made the all-second team as well.
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