It was another successful fall sports season for several of the athletes at Troy Christian, as the Metro Buckeye Conference coaches have selected the all-conference players for the each respective sport that just finished up their season.
On the volleyball court, a pair of Eagles players were named to the first-team including Kathryn Lee and Jenna Grady. They were joined on the first-team with Pamela Howarah of Legacy Christian, Miranda Jordan and Sydney McClain of Emmanuel Christian, Elizabeth Smith, Kasey Linkhart and Tyler Linkhart of Yellow Springs.
Earning a spot on the second-team were Brittany Swart and Allison Winger of Troy Christian, while the Sportsmanship Award went to A’maria Carter.
The Eagles boys’ soccer team also had a successful season with three of their players named to the first-team. Jon Slone graduates from Troy Christian as the all-time career leader in goals scored and lands on the first-team, as does Seth Wynne and Andrew Strait.
They are joined by Noah Alexander (Dayton Christian), Jake Erlandson (Dayton Christian), Carter Haak (Miami Valley), Augie Knemeyer (Yellow Springs), Joey McCaskey (Legacy Christian), Hayden Orme (Yellow Springs), Joe Plumer (Yellow Springs), Alex Reid (Dayton Christian), Jack Smalley (Miami Valley School) and John Socha (Dayton Christian).
Three more Eagles were honored on the second-team including Jackson Kremer, Jared Trimbach and Jacob Wynne. Riley Hall was named the Sportsmanship Award winner from Troy Christian.
For the Eagles girls’ soccer team, they saw three players named to the first-team including Olivia Glaser, Cara Salazar and Riley Spoltman. Those three were joined by Elizabeth Bush (Miami Valley), Anna Crawford (Middletown Christian), Cailyn Erlandson (Legacy), Voctoria Howarah (Legacy), Kiana Klein (Dayton Christian), Maddy Monto (Miami Valley), Morgan Orme (Dayton Christian), Julia Schindler (Dayton Christian), Lauren Simmons (Legacy) and Ashley Sledge (Dayton Christian).
Landing on the second-team from the Eagles were Lauren Moritz, Haley Peters and Lexi Salazar. Gracie Glaser earned the Sportsmanship Award.
The cross country all-league team for the boys’ was highlighted by Nick Pratt and Carter Ritchie, while four Eagles runners were listed on the second-team: Levi Brown, Zach Davidson, Isaac Flora and Robert Ventura. Noah Davidson also earned the sportsmanship award.
Rachel Plummer was the lone Eagles runner to earn all-conference as she was named to the second-team and the Sportsmanship Award winner.
For the boys’ golf all-league team, Troy Christian’s Brandon Kreger was named to the second-team, while Ben Schenk was named Sportsmanship Award.