23 War Eagle athletes earn all-conference honors
Published 1:34 pm Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Senior Davin Whitaker, junior Braeden Rodgers and sophomore Coy James were named to the All-Central Piedmont Conference team from Davie baseball.
The pitcher of the year was Levi Strahm of Reagan. The player of the year was Harrison Lewis of West Forsyth. The coach of the year was Brad Bullard of West.
The all-conference team included Braxton Stewart, Josh Herbert, Hudson Morgan, Ethan Norby, and Jason Howe of East Forsyth; Aidan Cluskey, Cole Rice, Jacob Smith and Mason Middleton of Reagan; Jack Vest, Camdyn Daly, Parker Lowe and Luis Acevedo of West Forsyth; Peyton Kowalski, Peyton Horn, GeSean Hardy and Chris Shoemaker of Glenn; Conner Frail of Reynolds; and John Swink of Tabor.
The final standings: East Forsyth 11-3, Reagan 10-4, West Forsyth 10-4, Davie 9-5, Glenn 8-6, Reynolds 6-8, Mt. Tabor 2-12, Parkland 0-14.
Five players from Davie softball made the all-conference team: senior Sydney Dirks, senior Summer Simpson, senior Leah Grimes, sophomore Hanna Steinour and freshman Jadyn Davis.
Cate Etchason of West won pitcher of the year. Sydney Horton of West won player of the year. Karlee Honeycutt of East was named coach of the year.
The all-conference team included Grace Flynn, Alex Brown, Hannah Niten, Kaitlyn King, Madison McCarty and Sophie Lecnar of East Forsyth; Kaylyn Riddle, Abby Hunter and Madisen Barringer of West Forsyth; Bailey Huff, Kayden Goins and Kailey Burnette of Reagan; Sydney Parsons and Cyndia Dobbins of Glenn; Jenna Catania and Eva Dardeau of Tabor; and Sydney Melton of Parkland.
The final standings: East Forsyth 13-1, West Forsyth 13-1, Davie 10-4, Reagan 8-6, Glenn 6-8, Mt. Tabor 4-10, Parkland 2-12, Reynolds 0-14.
Senior Emily Garner and sophomore Jaden Sink made all-conference from Davie soccer.
The defensive player of the year was Kylee Berry of East. The offensive player of the year was Raegan Williams of West. The coach of the year was Scott Bilton of West.
The all-conference team included Aislyn Maguire, Hannah Hanes, Abby Reutinger, Rosa Gonzalez, Kate Schaffer and Reese Williams of West Forsyth; Emma Owens, Mylie Lockwood, Zoey West and Bethany Aubee of East Forsyth; Emily Huppert, Anna Hunt, Abby Hobson and Reagan Grant of Reagan; Harper Connolley, Mary Claire Bevis, Lucy Joseph and Sophia Kemp of Mt. Tabor; Abigail Rice and Ruby Ferree of Reynolds; Noemi Sorrosa of Parkland; and Robyn Tate of Glenn.
The final standings: West Forsyth 13-1, East Forsyth 12-2, Reagan 10-4, Mt. Tabor 7-6-1, Reynolds 5-7-2, Davie 5-8-1, Parkland 2-12, Glenn 0-14.
Senior Colby Moore, junior Cooper Drum and sophomore Anderson Beliveau earned all-conference spots from Davie golf.
The player of the year was Owen Pearce of Reynolds. The coach of the year was Stewart Hobbs of Reynolds.
The all-conference team included Fisher Kennedy and Robert Gefaell of Reynolds; Chase McLaughlin of Glenn; Evan Owen of Mt. Tabor; Gavin Deibler and Connor Lynde of Reagan; Christian Muthomi of East Forsyth; Tanner Welborn of Reagan; and Hershal Patel of West Forsyth.
The final standings: Reynolds 1534, Davie 1582, Reagan 1600, Mt. Tabor 1665, West Forsyth 1763, East Forsyth 1775, Glenn 2074.
Senior Gracie Wilson (discus) earned all-conference from Davie girls track.
The field athlete of the year was Londyn Green-Dubose of Parkland. The distance runner of the year was Bronwyn Parks of Tabor. The sprint runner of the year was Ai-Yana Gray-Williams of Parkland. The coach of the year was Christopher Page of Tabor.
The team scores at the championship meet: Mt. Tabor 183, Reagan 165, Parkland 153, West Forsyth 88, Davie 48, Reynolds 29, East Forsyth 12, Glenn 4.
Freshman AJ Sweet (pole vault) made all-conference from Davie boys track.
The field athlete of the year was Jonathan Koger of Reagan. The distance runner of the year was Andrew Burrell of Tabor. The sprinter of the year was Antwan Hughes of Glenn. The coach of the year was Patrick Cromwell of Tabor.
The team scores in the championship meet: Mt. Tabor 206.5, Reagan 123, Parkland 121, West Forsyth 105, Davie 52, Glenn 36, Reynolds 31, East Forsyth 14.5.
Davie’s Nick Ruff, Jack Pisciotta and Bryce Harnsberger were named all-conference from Davie boys lacrosse.
The defensive player of the year was Nick Hampton of Reynolds. The offensive player of the year was Matthew Fangmann of Tabor. The coach of the year was Gene Kuhn of Reagan.
The all-conference team included Drew Grau, David Powell, Andrew Adams, Duncan Brown, Will Mensh, Mac Murphy, Benton Sullivan and Warner Grubbs of Reynolds; Adam Eckenroth, JT Hanson, Jacob Klein, William Marcantonio, Cooper Mihalko and Hudson Maddux of Reagan; Cooper Walker, Connor Bruning and Will Sharpe of East Forsyth; Brody Macdonald and Ryan Macdonald of West Forsyth; Thomas Kraft of Tabor; and Landon Vinay of Glenn.
The finals standings: Reynolds 12-0, Reagan 10-2, East Forsyth 7-5, West Forsyth 6-6, Davie 4-8, Mt. Tabor 3-9, Glenn 0-12.
Davie’s Nicole Korczyk, Grace Butler and Danika Williams were named all-conference from Davie girls lacrosse.
The defensive player of the year was Morgan McDaniel of West. The offensive player of the year was Alivia Gurley of West. The coach of the year was Steve Keaton of Reagan.
The all-conference team included Emma Gray, Allison Boyd, Piper Leinbach, Mariella Hough, Adelaide Merrick, Elizabeth Kim, Nell Chandler and Ellie Choplin of Reynolds; Bailey Fox, Leah Meyers, Aaralyn Russell and Kendall Gurley of West Forsyth; Abby Wyss, Rachel Carmer, Ella Willard, Lucy Blackman, Chloe Kottak and Ruby Morales of Reagan; Gracie Vickery and Lily Pike of East Forsyth; and Abby Shepard and Eden Sharpe of Mt. Tabor.
The final standings: Reynolds 12-0, West Forsyth 10-2, Reagan 7-5, Davie 6-6, East Forsyth 5-7, Mt. Tabor 2-10, Glenn 0-12.
Seniors Burke Rosenbaum and Bryce Bailey made the all-conference team from Davie tennis.
The player of the year was Adam Cartwright of Tabor. The coach of the year was Sara Cranford of West.
The all-conference team included Xavier Lopez, John Howell, Sean Cooper, Gavin Lamb and Jeffrey Lyons of West Forsyth; Landon Wyshner and Austin Blackwell of Mt. Tabor; Ethan Stuart, William Kelly, Nikhil Kriplani and Bennett Russell of Reagan; Andrew Mock of East Forsyth; and Ward Suttle and Liam Dell of Reynolds.