The Indiana Crossroads Conference has announced 2022 All-Conference athletes for three fall sports.
A pair of Triton Central Tigers earned All-ICC recognition as part of the 12-player volleyball squad.
Maddy Brown (photo), Triton Central’s career kills leader, was one of the top vote getters in postseason voting. The senior led Triton Central (20-10) with 282 kills and was second in service aces (43) and digs (280).
Bailey, a junior, was second in kills with 219 and led TC in total blocks with 43.
Also named All-ICC were Scecina’s Allison Daves, Abigail McCoy and Molly Welborn, Monrovia’s Madison McCubbins and Shelby Clements, Lutheran’s Regan Wilson and Cathryn Erwin, Cascade’s Sydney Warran, and Speedway’s Taylor Ridge and Peyton Ridge.
Scecina (30-6) won the ICC title with a perfect 7-0 record. Lutheran (18-18) was runner-up at 5-2 followed by Monrovia (13-12, 4-3 ICC), Triton Central (20-10, 4-3), Cascade (21-14, 4-3), Speedway (16-15, 3-4), Ritter (11-15, 1-6) and Beech Grove (7-23, 0-7).
Triton Central earned an All-ICC designation at all five positions.
Tucker Hutchinson, Avram Rund and Cole Thomas were selected all-conference at No. 1 singles, No. 2 singles and No. 3 singles, respectively.
TC’s No. 1 doubles team of Griffin Sego and Ben Toth and No. 2 doubles team of Oliver Gearlds and Joey Brosnan also were named All-ICC.
Other players selected were Beech Grove’s No. 1 singles player Chase Alford, Scecina’s No. 1 singles player Daniel Elijah and Scecina’s No. 2 singles players Quinn Schreiber.
Three Tigers were named to the 19-player All-ICC team.
Lizzie Graham, Jocelyn Firebaugh and Kennedy Brown helped Triton Central to an 8-10 record this season.
Graham (photo) led the Tigers with 25 goals scored to close out her career as the program’s fourth all-time leading scorer.
Also named all-conference were Monrovia’s Emery Newlin, Whitney Willett, Nellie Sandeford and Allie Swafford, Speedway’s Shelby Rendes, Genesis Austin, Audrey Burrell and Kali Jackson-Dietzer, Ritter’s Anna Kokosa, Jordan Hinkle and Jenni Cazares, Cascade’s Anna Burns, Ava Cook and Creedance Chittenden, Scecina’s Ava Smith, and Beech Grove’s Lilly Jansen.
Speedway (10-4-2) won the ICC title with a 6-0 record. Monrovia (15-3) was runner-up at 5-1 followed by Ritter (7-7-1, 4-2 ICC), Cascade (9-7-1, 3-3), Triton Central (8-10, 2-4), Scecina (4-9-2, 1-5) and Beech Grove (2-12, 0-6).