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Knights and Eels receive fall sports awards

Thursday, November 17, 2011

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Damon Hyatt was named the football team's MVP this year.
By CAREY FOX

Times Sports Editor

The fall sports season went well for the Northview athletic program as the school holds the overall Western Indiana Conference point standings through the fall season. The girls' golf and soccer teams placed second in the WIC with the cross country teams adding third-place finishes and the boys' soccer team was fifth.

The Knights were paced by unbeaten conference marks and championships from the football team (6-0), the volleyball team (6-0) and the boys' tennis team, which was also 6-0 and claimed a sectional championship this year.

Both the boys and girls' cross country teams reached the regional along with the girls' golf team.

Senior tennis player Dillon Reynolds earned Honorable Mention Academic All-State by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association.

Overall, 27 Northview athletes reached all-WIC status during the fall.

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Northview's Krista Stearley (No. 8) controls a pass against Terre Haute North this season. Stearley won the Intensity Award for girls' soccer this year.
The Noble Knight Awards were presented to one athlete in each sport throughout the year. The award signifies the athlete's contribution to Northview athletics in terms of service, dedication, commitment and leadership.

In cross country the awards went to Allie Dupin and Nic Yocom while Sierra Girton was named the recipient in girls' golf. Alexus Bex was the volleyball award winner with Damon Hyatt receiving the award in football. Mannah Mace and Dylan Dyar were the soccer winners and Skyler Holifield won in boys' tennis.

Clay City High School also performed well in the fall sports season as the volleyball team claimed sectional and regional championships on the way to a berth in the semi-state.

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Senior Alyssa Conrad was the Northview girls' cross country most valuable runner this fall.
The volleyball team was led by All-Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference members Brielle Drelick and Callie Dayhuff. Honorable Mention honors went to Asie Jeffers and Hallie Brewer.

The boys' cross country team also reached the regional level and was led by all-conference honors from Jake Tiefel and Parker Ames.

All-WIC Fall Athletes

Football

Jed Thomas, Damon Hyatt, Jessie Miller, Ethan Stewart, Aaron See, Bryant Pestoff and Kraig Wallen

Cross country

Emily Conrad, Alyssa Conrad, Nic Yocom

Girls' golf

Karlie Atkinson, Sierra Girton, Megan Heaton, Macie Lynch and Keirsten Mikesell

Girls' soccer

Sydney Buell, Hannah Minor and Tara Summers

Boys' soccer

Nick Ross and Mark Underwood

Volleyball

Brylie Riddell, Ashlen Buck, Shelbi Morris and Kenzi Kumpf

Boys' tennis

Garrett Baysinger, Cole Watts, Dillon Reynolds

Four-year award winners

Cross country

Alyssa Conrad, Ryan South

Football

Damon Hyatt, Bryant Pestoff, Brock Wheeler, Ethan Stewart, Tyler Wilson, Jed Thomas, Chance Talbot, Connor Bowman, Cam Guy, Kraig Wallen, Alex Jervis, Aaron See and Cam Burdette

Girls' golf

Macie Lynch, Hillary Thomas

Soccer

Nick Ross, Dylan Dyer, Kaleb Britton, Austin Frankville, Adam Nees, Jacob Booker, Morgan Holt, Andi Purcell, Krista Stearley and Tara Summers

Volleyball

Ashlen Buck and Briana Cook

Boys' tennis

Dillon Reynolds

Northview sports awards

Girls' Soccer

MVP: Sydney Buell

Rookie of the Year: Hannah Minor

Intensity Award: Krista Stearley

Coach's Award: Melissa Lummis

Most Improved: Amanda Swenson, Becky Paugh

X-Factor Award: Tara Summers

Noble Knight: Mannah Mace

Boys' soccer

Mental Attitude: Adam Nees

Best Defensive Player: Trey Boor

Most Improved: Kaleb Baker

Most Goals: Nick Ross

Most Assists: Austin Frankville

Most Valuable: Mark Underwood

Noble Knight: Dylan Dyer

Volleyball

MVP: Ashlen Buck

Mental Attitude: Alexus Bex

Hustle Award: Ashlen Buck

Most Aces: Brylie Riddell

Newcomer of the Year: McKenzi Kumpf

Most Digs: Ashlen Buck

Most Kills: McKenzi Kumpf

Most Assists: Taylor Hess

Most Blocks: Brylie Riddell

Noble Knight: Alexus Bex

Boys' cross country

Most Valuable Runner: Nic Yocom

Most Improved Runner: Josh Johnson

Noble Knight: Nic Yocom

Girls' cross country

Most Valuable Runner: Alyssa Conrad

Newcomer of the Year: Emily Conrad

Most Improved Runner: Eileen Stinnett

Coach's Award: Olivia Howald

Noble Knight: Allie Dupin

Girls' golf

Most Valuable Golfer: Karlie Atkinson

Most Improved Golfer: MaKenzie Brown

Rookie of the Year: Keirsten Mikesell

Coach's Attitude Award: Macie Lynch

Captain Award: Macie Lynch, Hillary Thomas

Most Greens in Regulation: Megan Heaton

Most Fairways Regulation: Karlie Atkinson

Lowest Putting Average: Hillary Thomas

Best 18-hole Average: Megan Heaton

Best 9-hole Average: Keirsten Mikesell

Football

- Voted on by the players

Captain Award: Damon Hyatt, Aaron See

Mental Attitude: Tyler Wilson

Sword Award: Aaron See

Varsity Most Improved: Kreig Wallen

Reserve Most Improved: Craig Rice

Defensive Scout Player of the Year: Chad Godsey

Offensive Scout Player of the Year: Kelly Hawkins

Best Offensive Lineman: Ethan Stewart

Best Defensive Lineman: Coleman Craig, Chance Talbot

Best WR: Damon Hyatt

Best DB :Damon Hyatt

Best Offensive Back: Jessie Miller

Best LB: Jed Thomas

Offensive MVP: Damon Hyatt

Defensive MVP: Jed Thomas

Team MVP: Damon Hyatt

Boys' tennis

Varsity Best Record: Garrett Baysinger (21-4)

Varsity Most Improved: Cole Watts, Bryce Britton

Team Leadership Award: Dillon Reynolds

Mental Attitude: Skyler Holifield

JV Most Improved: Kyle Moore

Newcomer of the Year: Gaddis Baysinger

Captain Award: Dillon Reynolds, Cole Watts, Bryce Britton, Garrett Baysinger