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July 10, 2013

Taylor-made season for Salt Fork junior

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SIDELL —

First Team    Year    School

Ryan Berry    senior    Geo-RF/Chrisman

Kyle Brazas    junior    Westville

Austin Calhoun    senior    Schlarman

Jordan Capps    senior    Attica

Connor Cline    senior    Hoopeston Area

J.R. Dunwell    senior     Attica

Jake England    senior    Oakwood

Ross Learnard    junior    Salt Fork

Chuckie Robinson    senior    Danville

Cole Sanford    junior    Salt Fork

Zach Stitt    senior    Seeger

Jordan Stover    senior    Seeger

Cole Taylor    junior    Salt Fork

Chase Thurston    senior    Danville

Dakota Ware    senior    Seeger

Kody Zumwalt    senior    North Vermillion

Second Team    Year    School

Karson Allen    senior    Covington

Aidan Berg    junior    Hoopeston Area

Ryan Bott    senior    Oakwood

Kyle Coburn    senior    Geo-RF/Chrisman

Tyler DePugh    junior    Fountain Central

Tyler Dicken    junior    Westville

Jake Fell    junior    Seeger

Wade Harrison    senior    North Vermillion

Conor Jarling    senior    Oakwood

Davin Miles    senior    Oakwood

Caleb Orahood    senior    Seeger

Ethan Sliva    freshman    Geo-RF/Chrisman

Austin Smith    senior    Attica

Connor Taylor    freshman    Salt Fork

Isaac Trueblood    junior    Fountain Central

Michael Vascura    junior    Danville

Honorable mention — Avery Acton, senior, Seeger; Alex Anderson, junior, Oakwood; Jake Brasker, junior, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman; Tanner Cox, junior, Westville; Davin Craft, sophomore, North Vermillion; Noah Darr, sophomore, Salt Fork; Tanner Davenport, junior, Milford; Carson Davis, sophomore, Attica; Dalton Dieu, senior, Schlarman; Dylan Dodd, freshman, Bismarck-Henning; James Fortner, junior, North Vermillion; Mike Green, senior, Attica; Justin Harmeson, junior, Attica; Gage Hegg, sophomore, Covington; Adam High, junior, Westville; Cody Kelley, senior, Fountain Central; Dentler Loschen, sophomore, Armstrong-Potomac;  Trevor Loveall, junior, Fountain Central; Dylan Marble, freshman, Danville; Aaron Marx, sophmore, Westville; Billy Pigg, senior, Fountain Central; Trevor Price, senior, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrsiman; Kane Richmond, senior, Bismarck-Henning; Clayton Rieches, junior, Milford; Wade Rogers, senior, Armstrong-Potomac; Andrew Samet, sophomore, Hoopeston Area; Steven Schall, senior, Seeger; Dustin Simpson, senior, Bismarck-Henning; Max Stutsman, junior, Salt Fork; Matt Terrell, junior, Armstrong-Potomac; Kaleb Thompson, junior, Oakwood; Kendall Walder, junior, Hoopeston Area; Austin West, senior, Danville; Jordan West, junior, North Vermillion; Chandler White, sophomore, Seeger.



 

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