PANTHERS, TIGERS LEAD ALL-NLC HOOPS

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Written By Ink Free News / Sports on Monday, March 2, 2020

Alea Minnich was one of three NorthWood players to be named All-NLC by the league. (File photo by Mike Deak)

GOSHEN – NorthWood’s state championship run started with an undefeated run in the Northern Lakes Conference. The league formally issued its All-Conference list Monday morning, featuring NorthWood’s title.

The Panthers went 7-0 in the league and had three of its starters make All-NLC in Maddy Payne, Kate Rulli and Alea Minnich. Kendal Miller was named Honorable Mention All-NLC and Adam Yoder was tabbed by his peers as Coach of the Year.

Warsaw’s only loss was to NorthWood, and as a result the Tigers were second place at 6-1. Brielle Harrison and Kensie Ryman were both All-NLC and Kaylee Patton was tabbed Honorable Mention.

Northridge and Concord were both 4-3 in the league, the Raiders getting Jaci Walker and Juliana Weaver onto the All-NLC list and Makena Knepp onto the Honorable Mention. Kendal Swartout and Jadelyn Williams were All-NLC for the Minutemen and Devine Johnson was Honorable Mention.

Wrapping up the All-NLC picks were De’Mour Watson of Memorial (1-6), Brynn Shoup-Hill of Goshen (3-4) and Claire Tanner of Plymouth (2-5).

Honorables went to Alaina Clady of Plymouth and Mya Reeves of Memorial.

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