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Ten soccer, volleyball players earn All-HCC selections

Ten soccer, volleyball players earn All-HCC selections

By Keelen Barlow

The Hoosier Crossroads conference revealed the All-HCC team selections for Boys' Soccer, Girls' Soccer and Volleyball earlier this week. Brownsburg boasts 10 athletes from those fall sports who were named to an All-HCC team.

Of that group, Brownsburg notched five All-HCC First team selections.

Four varsity girls' players earned an All-HCC team selection. Kylie Conrad and Jayden Gibson were both named to the First Team.

Conrad was the Bulldogs' second-leading scorer and played in all 18 matches for the Bulldogs. Gibson was a key piece in the midfield for Brownsburg and tied her career high for goals in a season.

Kalaina Stephens and Grace Crawford were named to the All-HCC Second team.

Crawford led the Bulldogs with seven goals this season and posted 17 points.

Stephens was a key cog in what was a strong back line for Brownsburg. The team posted 7 shutouts and allowed an average of just over 1 goal per game.

The varsity volleyball team also earned two All-HCC First team selections and a pair of Second team nominations. Quinci Thomas and Ashley Margetts were on the All-HCC first team.

In just her freshman season, Quinci Thomas was a potent threat for Brownsburg. She led the team and was fourth in the HCC with 359 kills. Thomas was also 8th in the HCC when it came to hitting percentage.

Margetts was 6th in the HCC with 385 digs this season. She was also 13th in the conference with 237 kills.

Skyy Smith and Kendall Meller were both on the HCC Second team.

Smith was third in the HCC in hitting percentage and posted 263 kills this season. Meller had 175 kills and was 12th in the HCC with 59 total blocks.

The Boys soccer team rounded out the strong Brownsburg showing with an HCC First team and a Second team selection.

Noah Yoahannes was the Bulldogs leading scorer this season. He notched 8 goals and played in each of the Bulldogs' matches.

Colin Porath, a midfielder, was a Second team selection for Brownsburg. Porath played the second most minutes of any Brownsburg player and chipped in the first three goals of his Brownsburg varsity career.


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