MIAMI COUNTY — Miami County’s volleyball and soccer teams had another wildly successful fall season. So it was no surprise when the area’s teams brought home a whopping 14 nominations when the All-Ohio teams were announced following the season’s competition — with three volleyball players and 11 soccer players collecting honors. Miami East’s Jonni Parker was named Division III All-Ohio first team for the third consecutive season, while teammate Kyndall Hellyer earned a spot on the second team.
MIAMI COUNTY — In some ways, it was a strange fall season in the Cross County Conference. In other ways, though, everything seemed perfectly normal. Miami East’s Jonni Parker won her fourth consecutive Player of the Year award in volleyball, making it a clean sweep for her high school career. The Vikings also claimed the Back of the Year and Coach of the Year awards in football, with Vincent Villella and Max Current bringing home top honors, respectively.
TROY — Troy Christian’s Colt Tanner and Jeff Daniels took home top honors when the Metro Buckeye Conference announced its all-league awards following the completion of the fall season as the Eagles followed a solid campaign with a pile of awards. In boys soccer, Tanner was named the MBC Athlete of the Year. Tanner, Andrew Strait and Jared Trimbach earned spots on the All-MBC first team. Kevin Smith and Jacob Wynne earned spots on the second team.
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Selecting a term
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