Nathan Koch was named the Brownstown Central most valuable boys runner for the fall cross-county season based on his accomplishments, and Jazzlynn Yeadon was selected as the most valuable girls runner.
Koch, one of the top competitors in the region, posted a fastest time of 16 minutes, 49 seconds for 5 kilometers. He was the only Brave to break 17 minutes, was named all-Mid-Southern Conference, all-sectional for his fourth-place finish and all-regional for his 13th place race and qualified for semistate during the 2020 season.
Yeadon was all-conference honorable mention and qualified for regional.
Others honored at the Braves’ recent awards gathering were Bradley Edwards, most improved runner for the boys, and Cameron Day, winner of the mental attitude award.
Day also was all-conference honorable mention along with Andrew Wheeles. Wheeles was academic all-state, too.
For the girls, Tori Lokey was chosen as the most improved runner, Camryn Thompson was given the mental attitude award and Lokey joined Yeadon as a regional qualifier.