The Sagamore Conference has released the all-conference teams for girls and boys basketball. In girls baksetball, Crawfordsville’s Lauren Kellerman and Southmont’s Lilly Ward were both named to the first-team. They join Danville’s Ella Collier, Jenna Cowart and Maddie Patterson. Also on the first-team is Maggie Cora and Kenna Kirby of Tri-West, Madison Jones and Lauryn Florey of Western Boone, and Frankfort’s Rylee Seibert. The second-team consisting of 16 players, includes Crawfordsville’s Shea Williamson and Maycee York, North Montgomery’s Emily Sennett and Kendall Humphreys, and Southmont’s Natalie Manion and Addi Charles. They join Danville’s Katie Davie and Peyton Turner, Frankfort’s Kimberlee Kingma and Emily Michael, and Lebanon’s Emma Huse and Madison Wirey. Also on the second team is Grace Sandlin and Carli Wilson of Tri-West, and Western Boone’s Kara Brewer and Tori Wilkinson. In boys basketball, Crawfordsville’s Jesse Johnson-Hall and Karsten Williamson, along with Southmont’s Justin Howard were named to the first-team. They join Danville’s Dillon Ware, Connor Jones, and Sam Comer. Also on the first-team is Lebanon’s Carson Burton and Western Boone’s Lucas Morton, along with Brayden VanSlyke and Luke Robertson of Tri-West. The second-team consisting of 16 players, includes Crawfordsville’s Tray Scorza and Will Kellerman, Southmont’s Cole Roach and Austin Bowman, and North Montgomery’s Preston Shaw, and Kade Kobel. The second-team also consists of Danville’s Peyton Roof and Kobe Ward, Frankfort’s Casey Henry and Jayce Moore, and Lebanon’s Michael Reese. Dawson Wolfe and Taylor Gardner of Tri-West, and Western Boone’s Spencer Wright and Peyton Young also made the second-team. All WRC Fountain Central’s Mackenzy Linville for girls basketball, and Nathaniel Butts for boys basketball were both named to the first-team Wabash River Conference and Bi-County teams. Aaron Barnett made the All Bi-County team, and was named to the honorable mention team for the WRC.
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