Area athletes earn spring all-conference honors

Jun. 22, 2013 @ 04:55 PM

Now that spring has faded into summer, what better time to look back at the recently completed spring prep sports seasons?

The following are the area all-conference performers in track and field, golf, soccer, tennis, baseball and softball for the PAC-6 2A, Piedmont Triad 4A, Central Carolina 2A and Northwest 1A/2A Conferences:

PAC-6 2A
BOYS GOLF — Wheatmore’s Collin Miller earned player of the year accolades, while Trinity’s Brian Barfield was named coach of the year. Joining Miller on the all-conference team were Trinity’s Brock McCall, Chase Faircloth and Bailey Bryant and T.W. Andrews’ Chris Jarrett.
BOYS TRACK — T.W. Andrews’ Keyonne Horne was named runner of the year, while the Red Raiders’ John Robbins took coach of the year and Randleman’s Casey Simmons won field athlete of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Andrews — Antonio Moore (long jump, triple jump); Bryan Young (triple jump); Brandon Galloway (shot put); Laymar Raynard (discus); Horne (110 hurdles); Amari Devaughn (100 dash, 200 dash, 400 run); the 800 relay of Raynard, Williams Nunez, Marquell Cartwright and Jamil Nesbitt; the 400 relay of Ivan Milliken, Devaughn, Cartwright and Moore; and the 1,600 relay of Nunez, Raynard, Maurice Sanders and Horne.
Wheatmore — Cody Campbell (high jump); Cameron Spencer (shot put)
BASEBALL — Trinity’s Matt McQuaigue earned player of the year accolades, while Wheatmore’s Chase Saunders took pitcher of the year honors and Trinity’s Rob Shore was named coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Trinity — Tyler Sweeney, Colin Rosenbaum, David Newcomer, Dylan Seay
Wheatmore — Garreth McKee, Devin Holbrook, Trey Byrd, Zack Lax
Andrews — Nick Chadmon
GIRLS TRACK — League champion Andrews swept the top honors, with Nora McKiver and Paisley Simmons sharing runner of the year honors, Myah Craig taking field athlete of the year and Earl Barnes winning coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Andrews — Mikel Franklin (high jump); Traniece Wilson (high jump); Mariah Sanders (triple jump); Craig (shot put, discus); McKiver (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles); Simmons (100 dash, 200 dash); the 400 relay of Simmons, McKiver, Franklin and LaDeja Miller; McKenzie Henderson (300 hurdles); and the 1,600 relay of Simmons, McKiver, Shabria Bethea and Henderson
Trinity — Reece Frank (800 run)
BOYS TENNIS — Undefeated league regular-season champion Trinity took the top honors, with Chase Pruitt earning player of the year and Robert Hoover taking coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Trinity — David Ryu, unter Dean, Reid Butler, David Gonzalez, Pruitt
Wheatmore — Nate Hammett, Levi Lovell, Cody Musgrave
SOFTBALL — Undefeated league regular-season champion Wheatmore featured pitcher of the year Morgan Halo, while Trinity’s Johna Mizz was player of the year and Randleman’s Willie Duvall took coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Wheatmore — Katie Bailiff, Taylor Walker, Sydney Peel, Jordan Myers, Katie Kennedy, Stephanie Fortner, Jessica Myers, Nicole Hunter
Trinity — Noelle Butler, Susan Yates
Andrews — Kiera Bruce
GIRLS SOCCER — Wheatmore’s Maddy Myers was voted offensive player of the year, while Warriors head man Rick Maness earned coach of the year for leading the team to an undefeated league regular-season record. Randleman’s Jordan Brown took defensive player of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Wheatmore — Shay Pencola, Cora Weeks, Lexa Wall, Candice Lockhart, Leigh Wright
Andrews — Alex Tobar, Jasmine Boyd, Diamond Lattimore
Trinity — Natalie Hunter, Jordan Parker, Elizabeth Adkins, Courtney Patterson

PIEDMONT TRIAD 4A
BOYS TRACK — Ragsdale swept the individual player awards, with Winston Craig named field event athlete of the year and Xavier Jones the runner of the year. Northwest Guilford’s Duane Robinson earned coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
High Point Central — Charles Edmond (long jump), Kevin Green (triple jump), Thomas Jarrell (pole vault), Kavin Logan (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles), the 800 relay of Germaine Pratt, Logan, Savon McCauley and Jamale McKiver
Glenn — Daryl Napper (long jump, triple jump), Yiannis Bowden (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles)
Ragsdale — Thomas Popek (pole vault), Craig (shot put, discus), Jones (100 dash, 400 run, 200 run)
Southwest Guilford — Zach Patel (3,200 run) and the 400 relay of Johnston McCorkle, Ibou Meite, Jeremiah Brown, Jamahl Plunkett
BOYS TENNIS — High Point Central’s Robbie Bean earned coach of the year, while Northwest Guilford’s Kyle Schlanger won player of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Southwest Guilford — Austin Lynk, Danny Gillespie, Steven Michel
HP Central — Sam Utley, Matt Tutton, Carter Gay, Tripp Smith
Ragsdale — Steven Walsh
BASEBALL — Northwest Guilford’s Adam Swim won pitcher of the year, while East Forsyth’s Zac Scudder earned player of the year and Sonny Gann of Northwest was coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
HP Central — Zach McLean, Luke Beane, Trevor Gay, Will Johnson
Ragsdale — Matt Horkey, Niko Orfanedes, Duncan Sparks
SW Guilford — Matt Dale, Zach Saylor, Austen Zente
Glenn — Mason Striplin, Shane Billings
BOYS GOLF — Northwest Guilford took the top accolades, with Drew Johnson player of the year and Ron Bare coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
HP Central — Harrison Frye, Justin Franklin, Matthew Krawczyk
Glenn — Trevor Blevins
Ragsdale — David Song
SW Guilford — Zach Lance
SOFTBALL — Southwest Guilford’s Charity Douglad earned player of the year, while East Forsyth’s Kasey Todd was pitcher of the year and Mike Muse of East took coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
SW Guilford — Julia Goodwin, Jenn Davis, Erin Thompson, Morgan Shiflett
HP Central — Taylor Thornton
Glenn — Heather Burton, Tracy Haynes, Samantha Stilling, Ashley Hurd, Taylor Strassburg
Ragsdale — Megan Koceja
GIRLS SOCCER — Ragsdale’s Keller Dixon earned defensive player of the year, while Northwest Guilford’s Claire Studebaker drove off with offensive player of the year and East Forsyth’s Chad Lorentz was coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Ragsdale — Lindsay Kubrick, Annie Scheffer, Lauren Old, Montana Flemming, Lauren Merritt
SW Guilford — Kristan Edwards, Maggie Clark, Courtney Casterline, Mickayla Green
Glenn — Hannah Sink, Faith Mahaffey, Taylor Durham
HP Central — Krystal Conner, Caroline Giles
GIRLS TRACK — Southwest Guilford’s Hunter Roberts won runner of the year, while Parkland’s Ila Mumford took field event athlete of the year and Parkland’s Antwan Hughes was coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Ragsdale — Bojo Jada (high jump), Briana Stone (long jump)
SW Guilford — Alanna Johnson (triple jump), Roberts (100 hurdles); Carmen Davis (3,200 run)
Glenn — Kendall Motsinger (pole vault); Ariahanna Cosby-Bruton (shot put)
HP Central — Mason Kepley (800 run)

NORTHWEST 1A/2A
BASEBALL — East Surry’s Drew Wilson earned player of the year, while Surry Central’s Matt Scott was coach of the year. Bishop McGuinness’ Chris Angiolino was named all-conference, with teammates Will Kamnick and Stuart Spiers honorable mention.
GOLF — Tanner Owen of state champion Bishop McGuinness earned player of the year, while North Surry’s Daniel Johnson took coach of the year. Jonathan Davis, Mason Orr and Zach Shields joined Owen as Villains on the all-league team.
GIRLS SOCCER — Surry Central’s Matt Richardson took coach of the year, while West Stokes’ Macy Rutledge won player of the year. Bishop’s Kally Saffer, Caroline Valitutto and Samantha Walsh earned all-conference accolades, with teammates Lauren Andysick and Gina Koesters were honorable mention
SOFTBALL — North Stokes swept the top honors, with Lindsay Brown player of the year and Jeff Frye coach of the year. Bishop’s Julia Errington and Natalie Hardy were honorable mention all-conference.
BOYS TENNIS — Mount Airy’s Mitch Kessler earned player of the year, while Surry Central’s Mark Parsons won coach of the year. Bishop McGuinness’ John Abram, Jonathan Ingram, Ben Jandzinski, Zack Jones, Sam McLaughtry and Kevin Weckworth were named all-conference.
BOYS TRACK — West Stokes’ Brock Reynolds earned athlete of the year, while West Stokes’ Larry Weldon took coach of the year. Bishop’s Zach Bruns, William Johnson, Jimmy King, Leland Lancaster, C.J. Martin, Joe McNamara, Greg Redden and Rainier Sangalang took all-conference accolades.
GIRLS TRACK — North Stokes’ Tess Rogers earned athlete of the year, while Rodney King of North Stokes took coach of the year. Bishop’s Kylie Boyle, Brianna Eichhorn, Sarah Grace Johnson, Maria Kamire, Carly Kreber and Bailey Seach took all-conference honors.

CENTRAL CAROLINA 2A
GIRLS TRACK — West Davidson’s Callie Wynn earned player of the year, while Kevin Troy of West took coach of the year. Thomasville’s Ira Cumpton was runnerup for coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Thomasville — Joshana Thomas (long jump, high jump); Minique Tuttle (shot put); Shakemia Matthews (discus); the 400 relay of Dorothy Townsend, Khianna Bryant, Precious Curry and Kayla Mock and the 800 relay of Ebonee Broadee, Kristin Watkins, Curry, Mock
East Davidson — Amber Barringer (100 hurdles); Taylor Moretz (300 hurdles)
BOYS TRACK — Lexington’s James Drummond earned boys player of the year, with Central Davidson’s Carl Wagstaff coach of the year and East Davidson’s Ryan McClamrock runnerup for coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
Thomasville — Marvin Johnson (long jump, 200 dash); Akeem Davis (high jump); Jaquez Taylor (100 hurdles); the 400 relay of T.J. Colson, Taylor Bryant, Taylor and Johnson; and the 800 relay of Taylor, Chantez Whitaker, Colson and Johnson
East Davidson — Ronnie Tineo (100 dash) and the 1,600 relay of Salvador Pecina, Bryce Barnard, Tyler Oldaker and Tineo
GIRLS SOCCER — Lexington’s Katie DeZego was player of the year, with Central Davidson’s Haley Westervelt runnerup. Central’s Chad Hench was coach of the year with East’s Paul McIntyre runnerup. The area all-conference performers by school:
East Davidson — Brandi Underwood, Lori Morgan, Maddie Hallman, Jessica Ferguson, Taylor Bell
Thomasville — Joslyn Spires
SOFTBALL — East Davidson swept the top awards, with Morgan Gallimore player of the year and Amanda Akins coach of the year. Central’s Morgan Roach was runnerup for player of the year, while Salisbury’s Leigh Miller was runnerup for coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
East Davidson — Gallimore, Morgan Key, Bailey Jones, Natalie Naturile; Andrea Grant, Haley Ray, Brooklyn Hopkins
BASEBALL — East Davidson’s Dan Tricarico earned coach of the year accolades, while the Golden Eagles’ Braxton Shetley was runnerup for player of the year. Salisbury’s Brian Bauk was player of the year. West Davidson’s Jerry Walser and Salisbury’s Scott Maddux were co-runnerups for coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
East Davidson — Shetley, Tyler Stroup, Trevor Jones, Avery Bowles, Nick Williams, Ryan McIntyre, Nathan Campbell
BOYS GOLF — West Davidson swept the top awards, with Andrew Kahn player of the year and David Klinkoski coach of the year, Salisbury’s Eric Edwards was runnerup for player of the year with Dale Snyder runnerup for coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
East Davidson — Wes Cline, Scott Swaim, Justin Wood
BOYS TENNIS — Central Davidson’s Levi Bruff earned player of the year, while West Davidson’s Thompson Skeen was named coach of the year. Salisbury’s Brock Overcash was runnerup for player of the year, with Central Davidson’s Justin Palmer runnerup for coach of the year. The area all-conference performers by school:
East Davidson — Hunter Mitchell, Victor Finlay, Jake Finlay
Thomasville — Jason Boutsady
— COMPILED BY MARK MCKINNEY