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Local Sports

July 3, 2014

2014 Times Herald spring All-Area team announced


POY: Casey Miller, Loogootee

First Team

Jake Bedwell, Washington

Austin Moody, Washington

Dalton Devine, Washington

Alex Wittmer, North Daviess

Logan Wagler, North Daviess

Adam Graber, Barr-Reeve

Lucas Graber, Barr-Reeve

Trevor Yoder, Barr-Reeve

Hayden Bell, Loogootee

Gabe Nolley, Loogootee

Second Team

Logan James, Barr-Reeve

Frank Bratton, Loogootee

Ben Blackwell, Loogootee

Jake Blackwell, Loogootee

Colten Garland, Washington


POY: Tailon Graber, North Daviess

First Team

Elaina Kavanaugh, Barr-Reeve

Skylar Chestnut, Barr-Reeve

Jenna Knepp, Barr-Reeve

Jess Miller, North Daviess

Morgan Wadsworth, North Daviess

Kristi Swartzentruber, North Daviess

Taylor Swartzentruber, North Daviess

Chassidy Bridges, Loogootee

Kelsy Seals, Loogootee

Bailey Davis, Loogootee

Taylor Hayes, Loogootee

Second Team

Ashley Elliott, Washington

Charity Graber, Washington

Calie Garland, Washington

Lexi Reed, North Daviess

Sarah Fitzgerald, North Daviess

Molly Wallace, Barr-Reeve

Henley Dant, Barr-Reeve

Waylee Wagoner, Loogootee

Emily Brookshire, Loogootee


POY: Clay Hatton, Washington

First Team

Tyler Stoll, Washington

Max Lancaster, Washington

Connor Brown, Washington

Ethan Wichman, Washington Catholic

Tucker Fisher, North Daviess

Eric Wagler, Barr-Reeve

Jess Divine, Loogootee



POY: Kaitlyn Davis

First Team

McKenzie Healy, Washington

Madison Decker, Washington

Emily Schultheis, Barr-Reeve

Megan Graber, Barr-Reeve

Meghan Knepp, North Daviess

Jenna Meadows, North Daviess


POY: KC Heller

First Team

Jake Brashear, Washington

Drew Brothers, Washington

Zack Walker, Washington

Jeff Harrawood, Washington

Jarit Perkins, Barr-Reeve

Martin Winkler, Barr-Reeve

Sam Baker, Washington Catholic



POY: Allison Hoover, Barr-Reeve

First Team

Chelsea Brown, Washington

Audrey Rogers, Washington

Bethanie Knepp, Barr-Reeve

Taylor Jeffers, North Daviess

Madison Reed, North Daviess

Emily Bateman, Loogootee

Claire Burch, Washington Catholic


Co-Players of the Year: Hania Sisco-Baleigh Miller, Barr-Reeve and Audra Stallman-Rebecca Guthrie, Washington

First Team

Kaitlin Swartzentruber-Leah Bullock, Barr-Reeve

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