SWBL honors fall sport athletes


By Eddie Mowen Jr. - emowen@aimmediamidwest.com



PREBLE COUNTY — The Southwestern Buckeye League recently released its fall sports all-league teams, which included several athletes from Eaton and Preble Shawnee.

In football, in the Buckeye Division, Tyler Stevenson and Austin Tutt of Preble Shawnee were first-team selections.

Eyan Haemmerle, JJ Hatmaker, Kanyon Schall and Jordan Stubbs all earned second-team honors. Ben Hobbs and Travis Howard were honorable mention selections.

Scott Jordan of Waynesville and Bob Smith of Northridge were tabbed as Co-Coaches of the Year.

Max Evans of Madison was the Defensive Player of the Year and Madison’s Mason Whiteman was the Offensive Player of the Year.

In the Southwestern Division, Jeff Jenkins of Bellbrook was the Coach of the Year.

Matt Centers of Franklin was the Defensive Player of the Year and Justin Sloan of Bellbrook was the Offensive Player of the Year.

Earning second-team honors for Eaton was Jarod Lee and Zac Schmidt.

Caleb Puckett and Carson Shafer were honorable mention picks.

In volleyball, in the Buckeye Division, Preble Shawnee’s Kaylie Campbell was a first-team selection. Kylie Johnson earned second-team honors and Matti Colby and Hailee Howard were honorable mention selections.

Waynesville’s Lisa Harvey was the Coach of the Year, while Olivia Brown of Milton-Union and Magan Zebell of Waynesville shared Player of the Year honors.

In the Southwestern Division, Eaton’s Shaylen Perry earned first-team honors. Annika Gels and Maley Tinstman earned second-team honors, while Becca Mowen and Ava Miller were honorable mention picks.

Bellbrook’s Lynzee Allen and Kira Merkle were selected as the Coach of the Year and Player of the Year.

In boys soccer, in the Buckeye Division, Preble Shawnee’s Cody Clevenger was a first-team pick. Carter Roell earned second-team honors and Matthew Bell and Wyatt Clevenger were honorable mention selections.

Milton-Union’s Todd Winchester was the Coach of the Year.

Brian Mitchell of Carlisle and Shane Ullery of Milton-Union shared Newcomer of the Year honors, while Nik Ball of Waynesville was the Player of the Year.

In the Southwestern Division, Eaton’s James Howard earned Co-Player of the Year along with Cassidy Kelly of Monroe.

Nathan Gard also earned first-team honors for Eaton. Owen Baumann was a second-team selection, while Brayden Beachler and Justin Lammers each were honorable mention picks.

Monroe’s Michael Oster was the Coach of the Year.

Ross Cornett of Valley View and Logan Schaeper of Monroe were Newcomer’s of the Year.

In the Buckeye Division, for girls soccer, Preble Shawnee’s Abby Bulach and Brenna Woodard were named to the first-team.

Bailey Downard and Logan Hollon were second-team picks.

Cami Hollon and Jenna Lovely earned honorable mention status.

Waynesville’s Brian Bunn was tabbed as the Coach of the Year. Aulbrey Hergenrather of Milton-Union was the Newcomer of the Year and Marcella Sizer of Waynesville was the Player of the Year.

In the Southwestern Division, Stacey Williams of Monroe was the Coach of the Year and Keeley Monroe of Monroe was the Newcomer of the Year. Bailey Sedlak of Bellbrook was selected as the Player of the Year.

Eaton’s Ashlynn Black was a first-team pick and Tyler Pittman earned second-team honors.

Emily Dungan and Isabella Trader received honorable mention.

In boys cross country, Madison’s Nathan Thobe was the Athlete of the Year in the Buckeye Division.

Carter Roell and Austin Tackett of Preble Shawnee were honorable mention.

In the Southwestern Division, Eaton’s Alex McCarty and Alex Newport earned first-team honors, while Jack Bortel, LeKendric Brown, Todd Coates and Dylan Suding were second-team.

Cole Bulach and Austin Kopf were honorable mention.

In girls cross country, Waynesville’s Hannah Gill was the Athlete of the Year in the Buckeye Division.

Caiden Duskey and Hannah Myers of Preble Shawnee earned second-team honors. Brooke Dalton and Debbie Tombragel were honorable mention selections.

In the Southwestern Division, Oakwood’s Grace Hartman was the Athlete of the Year.

Eaton’s Cari Metz, Claire Meyer and Allison Mowen earned second-team status, while Briana Baker and Ali Owens were honorable mention.

In boys golf, Noah Lindsey of Waynesville was the Player of the Year in the Buckeye Division.

Preble Shawnee’s Luke Woodard was second-team and Cameron Gadd was honorable mention.

In the Southwestern Division, Eaton’s Andrew Collins was honorable mention. Oakwood’s Sam Lahmon was the Player of the Year.

In girls tennis, Preble Shawnee’s Allison Zornes and Alivia Reek were first-team picks in the Buckeye Division.

Lauren Smith and Grace Deaton earned second-team honors and Michelle Bulach was an honorable mention selections.

In the Southwestern Division, Eaton’s Sophia Murphy and Grace Murphy earned first-team accolades, while Tess Murphy was named to the second-team.

Addie Bell and Brianna Ward were named honorable mention.

By Eddie Mowen Jr.

emowen@aimmediamidwest.com

Reach Eddie Mowen Jr. at 937-683-4056 or on Twitter @emowen_RH

Reach Eddie Mowen Jr. at 937-683-4056 or on Twitter @emowen_RH