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November 19, 2013

H.S. CROSS COUNTRY: Sophomore Kotowski earns Runner of the Year honor again

Award reflection on Kotowski, team efforts

(Continued)

FLOYDS KNOBS — GIRLS

First team


    • Lydia Kotowski, Floyd Central sophomore (Runner of the Year)

    • Madison Barney, Floyd Central sophomore

    • Mackenzie Crouch, Silver Creek junior

    • Cia Greene, Henryville freshman  

    • Kassidy Manning, Floyd Central sophomore

    • Brittany Sharp, Silver Creek senior

    • Sadie Spears, Henryville senior

Second team

    • Whitney Andrews, Charlestown junior

    • Jamie Bierman, Floyd Central senior    

    • Zoe Doebbler, Floyd Central senior

    • Olivia Graebe, New Washington freshman

    • Rose Kaforski, New Albany junior

    • Morgan Paul, Floyd Central freshman

    • Maggie Shields, Silver Creek junior

Third team

    • Jessica Backherms, Silver Creek junior

    • Miranda Coats, Silver Creek junior

    • Gabrielle Rodriguez, Floyd Central junior

    • Temple Ricke, New Albany senior

    • Paris Brock, Silver Creek junior

    • Alysha Flaget, Charlestown junior

    • Allie Lowery, Providence junior

Coach of the Year

    • Darrell Kingery, Silver Creek

 

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