Eight Eagles earn all-conference honor
Four Brady girls and four boys have earned post-season recognition from basketball coaches in the Sandhills Conference.
Juniors Courtney Widick, Megan Polt and Maggie Burke were voted to the SHC all-conference team by coaches from the seven participating athletic programs.
Widick and Burke were also included on the Lincoln Journal Star’s all-state honorable mention list for Class D-2 girls.
Other players on the all-conference team and the school they represent are: Haley Gunnick of Cody-Kilgore; Sarah Ramsay of Hyannis; Mardee Sierks and Tricia Young of Mullen; Shelby Saner and Kadi McFadden of Sandhills/Thedford; Ashley Bessmer of Stapleton/McPherson County.
Eagle senior Jessica Schrad earned honorable mention.
Others receiving honorable mention were Tatiana Hill of Arthur County; Marcy Kalenda and Karrsa Lamie of Cody-Kilgore; Madison Tomlinson and Clara Vinton of Mullen, Tylee Coffman and Michaela Miles of Sandhills/Thedford; Molly Hinkle and Shelby Klosen of Stapleton/McPherson County.
Junior boys Sawyer Burke and Tyler Egenberger along with senior Christian Arterburn were named to the SHC boys all-conference team.
Other boys on the all-conference list were Derek Powers of Arthur; Luke Miller and Jake Gale of Cody-Kilgore; Bryon Ferguson of Hyannis; Gabe Connealy of Mullen; Kale Anderson and Tyler Lee of Sandhills/Thedford.
Brady senior Brad Ward was among the boys receiving honorable mention.
Those from other schools on the honorable mention list are: Matt Simpson of Arthur County; Taylor Ostransky of Cody-Kilgore; Pierre Sanchez of Hyannis; Jake Spies and Zach Call of Mullen; Brady Marten of Sandhills/Thedford; Gordon Needs, Zach Kramer and Sawyer Hanna of Stapleton/McPherson County.
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