The Western Reserve Conference on Monday announced its all-league teams and Coach and Player of the Year Awards.
Brush won the conference title with a 7-0 record, leading to head coach DeMarris Winters earning the Coach of the Year Awards.
Kenston’s Catara DeJarnette was named the WRC Player of the Year.
Brush’s all-league selections included senior Kayla White and juniors Taylor Johnson-Matthews and Asia Nicholson.
Kenston senior Kate Haynes joined DeJarnette on the all-conference team.
Chardon seniors Sam Liechty and Jo Janda, North seniors Abby Carter and Avril Drew, Mayfield junior Hannah Peterson and sophomore Uriah Jennings, South sophomore Kailey Minch and junior Grace Woodcock, Madison senior Alyssa Lavdis and junior Riley Montagner, and Riverside junior Amanda Kolar and sophomore Sam Volpe also earned all-league honors.
Honorable mention All-WRC honors went to Brush’s Destiny White and Zennia Thomas, Kenston’s Ramsey Smith and Sam Bergansky, Chardon’s Kayla Noerr and Emily Noerr, North’s Cece Hamilton and Dori Siekaniec, Mayfield’s Ashley Dearden and Alex Duncan, South’s Jada Hopps and Molly McLaughlin, Madison’s Elizabeth Bottar and Chloe Wakim, and Riverside’s Marissa Radmore and Belle Bozic.
Final League Standings:
- Brush 7-0
- Kenston 6-1
- Chardon 4-3
- North 4-3
- Mayfield 2-4
- South 2-5
- Madison 1-5
- Riverside 1-6