WINAMAC – The Hoosier North Athletic Conference announced this week its selections for All-HNAC baseball and softball, including MVPs for each sport.
In softball, Pioneer is still alive and playing for a state championship this weekend against Indianapolis Lutheran. During the conference season, MVP Hailey Gotshall led the Panthers to the team title. Joining Gotshall on the All-HNAC First Team are Alexis Robinson, Hailey Cripe, Mackenzie Walker, Madison Blickenstaff and Haley Gleitz.
Triton’s Madeline Doll was chosen as First Team All-HNAC, and was joined by Winamac’s Kelsey Crawford, Blake Bailey, Aubrey Gearhart and Alexis Grove, Knox’s McKenzie McIntire, Trishta Brewer, MaKenzie Morgan and Riley Goetz, Caston’s Adelyn Harsh and Olivia Boldry, North Judson’s Delaney Kaminski and Hannah Shidler, LaVille’s Allison Medors and Hannah Filley, and Culver’s Jenna Moise.
On the Honorable Mention All-HNAC list are Winamac’s Ella Gearhart and Emily Rausch, Knox’s Courtney Singleton, Caston’s Maddie Smith, and Culver’s Emilie Solstad and Trista Fritter.
In baseball, all the teams are out of the state tournament, but LaVille can hang its collective hats on a conference championship. The Lancers had Isaiah Herbster, Devon Schoff, Reese Gallup, Nick Moore, Jimmy Fischer and Connor Wieczorek all named to the First Team All-HNAC.
Triton had Ryan Kaufman was chosen as First Team All-HNAC, and was joined by Caston’s Mike Rans and Mark Smith, Culver’s Jacob Fisher, Knox’s Kolin Mann, Cole Bridegroom and Zac Rose, North Judson’s Jager Boyd, Chuckie Wilcox and Carson Despot, Pioneer’s Damon McGuire and Miles VonTobel, and Winamac’s Jeb Smith, Sam Griffeth and Tyler Perry. Smith was honored by the league as the MVP.
On the Honorable Mention All-HNAC list are Triton’s Delano Shumpert and Ty Ferry, Caston’s Kade Zeider and Joey Spin, Pioneer’s Hunter Klepinger, Gavin James and Mason Schnurpel, and Winamac’s Keith Dell.