Brownstown Central cross-country teams hold awards programs


BROWNSTOWN — The Brownstown Central High School cross-country teams celebrated their 2018 season on Monday with an awards program.

The Braves’ girls team finished 118-40 overall. They were the runners-up in the Mid-Southern Conference race, fourth at sectional, and eighth at regional in Brown County.

Brownstown coach Maria Conklin handed out 12 varsity letters on the night.

Senior Kaelyn Johnson was named the team’s Most Valuable Runner. Johnson, the Braves’ No. 1 runner, was a semi-state qualifier as an individual and made the All-MSC team.

Claire Poulton received the mental attitude award and was also made the first team for Academic All-State. Grace Garland, Abbie Reynolds and Kylee Wischmeier made the Academic All-State honorable mention list.

Shauna Drake, an All-MSC runner, took home most improved honors while Garland and Emma Winks were both All-MSC honorable mention.

Aubree VanCoutren received her letter jacket.

Drake, Johnson, Poulton and Destiny Satterthwaite all graduate from the Braves’ program.

Brownstown coach Derrick Koch introduced his team and gave out seven varsity letters to the boys.

The Braves finished 95-65 on the season. They took sixth at both the MSC race and sectional.

Junior Mason Kellogg was named the Braves’ Most Valuable Runner. He placed 20th at the MSC to earn honorable mention status.

Cameron Day was the most improved and Trey Hackman took home the mental attitude award.

Kellogg, Hackman and Nathan Koch all qualified as individuals for the Brown County Regional.

Kellogg and Andrew Wheeles both received their letter jackets during the program.

The Braves will graduate senior Matthew Garland.

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