Several athletes from Troy High School were honored by the coaches in the Greater Western Ohio Conference, as the fall sports season has come to a conclusion.

From the GWOC champion volleyball team, Coach of the Year Michelle Owen had three of her Troy players named to the first-team including Player of the Year senior Lauren Freed, along with junior Katie Demeo and sophomore Dana Wynkoop.

Named to the second-team were Trojan players Camryn Moeller (sophomore) along with junior Miranda Silcott.

On the soccer field, Troy had two players selected to the first-team, including senior Jake Diffenderfer Gabbard and junior Grant Holland. Two more seniors land on the second-team including Alex Williams and JT Yenney. On special mention were seniors Johan Trotter and Tristan West.

For the girls’ squad, the Trojans were represented on the first-team by three players, including seniors Whitney Webb, Sierra Besecker and Bailey Dornbusch. Named to the second-team were seniors Kelsey Walters, Maddy Innes along with juniors Arianna Garcia and Bailey Hess.

Stephen Jones was the easy winner for Player of the Year in the boys’ cross country, as the Trojans senior is headed to the state meet this week. Joining Jones on the first-team were teammates Parker Hench and Andy Smith.

Not only did Troy sophomore Morgan Gigandet earn the Player of the Year in girls’ cross country, her coach Kevin Alexander also earned the top award as well. Troy was well represented on first-team with Gigandet, Megan Myers, Kate Pence, Emma Shigley and Olivia Tyre.

On the second-team were Rachel Davidson and Haley Huelsman while Megan Studebaker was honorable mention.

On the links, the trio of senior Troy Moore, sophomore Nate Uhlenbrock and freshman Holden Scribner all earned first-team all-league for the past boys’ golf season, while Tyler Lambert was special mention.

For the girls’ LeeAnn Black was named the Player of the Year and joins the first-team with her Troy teammates Ali Helman, Natalie Henson and Hannah Wright. McKenzie Pruitt was named to the special mention.

Tennis also had their share of award winners this season. Mark Goldner was named as the Coach of the Year in the division, while Trojan junior Hannah Essick was named as the Player of the Year.

Joining Essick on the first-team was Zoey Scancarello and Sierra VerStraten, while on second-team was Maggie Hennessy, Ashley Bruns, Meredith Pruitt and Katie Sherrick.

Football has not been released at this time.

*Troy Christian- The Eagles saw several of their fall athletes also honored by the Metro Buckeye Conference after some outstanding performances this past fall.

The boys’ soccer team saw three players named to the first-team, including the new all-time leading scorer in Eagles history Jon Slone. He was joined by teammates Seth Wynne and Tom Null. Named to the second-team was Colt Tanner, while Wesley Alexander was named the Sportsmanship Award winner. Also for the Eagles, Ryan Zeman was named the Coach of the Year.

Three members of the girls’ soccer team were also named first-team this season, including Meredith Haddad, Allyssa Donald and Cara Salazar. On the second team was Lauren Moritz, Riley Spoltman and Hailey Peters, while Rachel Plummer was named honorable mention.

Jenna Bullock was the lone member of the volleyball team to be named to the first-team with Kathryn Lee and Jenna Grady earning second-team, and Kristen Winger the Sportsmanship Award.

Robbie Lybarger earned the Sportsmanship Award for golf, while in cross country, Isaac Flora was named first-team, with Nick Pratt and Zach Davidson earned second-team. On the special mention team were Sophie Pittsenbarger and Noah Davidson.