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Fall All-TRC lists announced

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ALL-TRC CROSS COUNTRY: Maconaquah's Karli Miller (Pictured) and teammates Zoe Seward and Haley Salinas all earned All-TRC honors this season at the TRC Cross Country Meet. The trio led the Braves to a runner-up finish at the Western Sectional, a fifth-place finish at the Culver Military Academy Regional and an 18th-place finish at the New Prairie Semi-State.
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ALL-TRC BOYS' TENNIS: Peru's Ryan Smith (Pictured), along with doubles pair Christopher Dicken and Greysen Spohn, were named to the All-TRC Boys' Tennis First Team while teammate Leif Astrup earned Honorable Mention All-TRC status. The Tigers won the TRC boys' tennis title for a second-straight season, a second-straight sectional title and made a second consecutive appearance in the Culver Military Academy Regional final.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com

With the winter sports season to begin Saturday, honors from several of the 2019-20 TRC fall sports have been released and Miami County athletes once again were honored for their work throughout the opening season of the new school year.

Members of the All-TRC volleyball, boys’ tennis and boys’ and girls’ soccer teams are selected by the conference coaches while All-TRC cross country and girls’ golf members are determined by their respective conference events.

All-TRC football honors will be awarded once the season has concluded for all remaining teams and Academic All-TRC lists will be announced at a later date.

In volleyball, Maconaquah won the TRC volleyball title with a 9-0 record in conference play.

All-TRC First Team honors were given to Emily Bowyer, Lilly Maple and Averi Miller of Maconaquah and Courtlynn Crowe of Peru.

Honorable Mention All-TRC status was awarded to Brave Taylor Roesler, Tiger Cate Wolfe and North Miami’s Maryann Freeman and Arianis Rodriguez.

In boys’ soccer, All-TRC First Team honors were given to Caleb Winegardner of Maconaquah.

Honorable Mention All-TRC status was awarded to Braves Nolyn Tubb and Bryant Teegardin, North Miami’s Gavin Dyson and Trey Mettler and Peru’s Jonah Huppenthal and Kamon Blong.

In girls’ soccer, All-TRC First Team honors were given to Jolee Holland of Maconaquah, Bailey Keim of North Miami and Emily Campos of Peru.

Honorable Mention All-TRC status was awarded to Braves Lilly Scheffler and Tara Wagoner, Warriors Hannah Hall and Josie Haskett and Tigers Abby Rogers and Graycee Ansari.

In boys’ tennis, Peru won its second-straight conference title with a perfect 6-0 record in TRC matches while also claiming a second-straight sectional title and a spot in the Culver Military Academy Regional final for a second consecutive season.

All-TRC First Team honors were given to singles players Cole Borden of Maconaquah, who completed an undefeated TRC career at No. 1 singles, and Ryan Smith of Peru, as well as to doubles players Christopher Dicken and Greysen Spohn of Peru.

Borden, Smith and the doubles team of Dicken and Spohn were all named to the IHSTeCA All-District 3 team and were named All-State Honorable Mention players. Borden was named to the Honorable Mention Academic All-State team and, along with Smith, represented the Northeast team in the IHSTeCA All-Star Event. Maconaquah as a team was named as an All-State Academic Team.

Honorable Mention All-TRC status was awarded to Tiger Leif Astrup and Braves double pairing Brennan Bailey and Wesley Yoars.

In cross country, the top-12 runners in each varsity race at the TRC Meet are considered All-TRC First Team members.

All-TRC First Team members in girls’ cross country were Karli Miller, Zoe Seward and Haley Salinas of Maconaquah. The trio helped lead the Braves to the New Prairie Semi-State this year.

All-TRC First Team member in boys’ cross country was Sam Bourne of Maconaquah.

In girls’ golf, the top-10 golfers at the TRC Match are considered All-TRC First Team members.

All-TRC First-Team members in girls’ golf were Brianna Smitley, Kianna Sharp and Ava Snyder of Maconaquah and Kayla Nance of Peru. Smitley and Sharp both earned individual spots at the Lafayette Jeff Regional this year.