All-EIAC Girls Tennis MVP Is Greensburg's Reagan Rigney

The top players in the conference are being recognized for great 2019 seasons.

(St. Leon, Ind.) – The Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference’s best girls tennis players have been named to the all-conference team.

The 2019 All-EIAC tennis selections were announced this week after a vote by the conference’s coaches.

Most Valuable Player honors went to Reagan Rigney, a member of the conference champion Greensburg Pirates tennis team.

Franklin County’s Lilly Steward was the #1 singles runner-up behind Rigney. #2 singles was East Central’s Maddie Davidson. #3 singles was Batesville’s Jenna Ertel.

#1 doubles top billing went to Connersville’s Rylee Fuller and Kelsey Smith. #2 doubles’ best were Greensburg duo Claudia Westhafer and Aliyah Evans.

June Rigney of Greensburg and Scott Kluener of East Central were named the EIAC Co-Coaches of the Year in girls tennis.

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