Crothersville holds spring sports awards program


Crothersville High School recently conducted its 2019 spring sports awards program in the school’s cafetorium.

The baseball team and track and field programs were honored.

Lane Wienhorst took home an armful of awards, receiving the most valuable runner plaque as well as the coaches and principal’s awards.

The Tigers’ Tim Hodge was named the track and field team’s most valuable in field events for his throwing on the season.

Kaylyn Holman was the most valuable runner for the girls, and Kennadi Lakins received most valuable for field events.

Holman won the 800-meter run at the Seymour Sectional and also qualified for the regional in the 1,600-meter run with a runner-up finish. Lakins also made her first regional appearance by placing third at the sectional in the high jump.

Piper Hensley took home the mental attitude award and shared the senior athlete award with Maddie Riley.

Zerik Hunt took home the mental attitude award for the boys track and field team, and David Rose was most improved.

Shea Reynolds took home most improved honors for the girls track and field team.

The Tigers’ boys track and field program was coached by Carl and Marc Bowman, and Cheryl Nehrt headed the girls team.

Crothersville’s baseball team finished 1-18 overall on its season under first-year head coach Dustin Lewis.

Carson Farmer was named the most valuable player. He finished with a fielding percentage of .962 and an on-base percentage of .359 while picking up eight hits.

Logan Brewer won the batting and hitting awards for the Tigers, leading the team with 14 hits and a .424 average.

The mental attitude award went to Aaron Williams.