|Niswander, Taylor share co-player of the year (11-13-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Wednesday, 13 November 2013 10:45|
Eastwood's Courtney Niswander and Lake's Jordyn Taylor have been named co-players of the year for girls soccer in the Northern Buckeye Conference.
Both are midfielders. Niswander is a senior and Taylor is a junior.
Including Niswander and Taylor, both repeat selections, there were seven players from county schools who earned first-team all-conference honors.
Also on the first team are: Eastwood's Maddie Cherry, and Megan Welker; Lake's Allison Perry, a repeat first-team pick, and Kayla Saffran, and Rossford's Kristen Keller.
Completing the first team are: Genoa's Madison Sheahan; and Woodmore's Jordan Williams, and Sarah Blausey, both honorable mention picks in 2012, Leah Henry, a 2012 second-team pick, Courtney Buchanan, and Maddy Hines.
County players on the second-team are: Eastwood's Reagan Boice, a first-team pick in 2012, Kara Ameling, Kortni Montag, and Kaleigh Obrock; Lake's Catie Phalen; Otsego's Morgan Thomas, an honorable mention pick in 2012, and Kayla Chalfant; and Rossford's Jenna Crippen.
Also on the second team are: Genoa's Alexis Schumaker, Nichole Dominique, a 2012 honorable mention pick; and Woodmore's Camryn Bench and Julia Barbee.
On the honorable mention list are: Eastwood's Morgan Donaldson and Kat Przbylski, a second-team pick in 2012; Otsego's Mackenzie Wenig; and Rossford's Emily Houchins, McKenna Keaton, Katy Nawrocki, Tayler Royal, Jamie Crippen, Jenna Demko, and Abigail Haynes.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 10:46|
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