JCD's Cullen, Simon Earn Weekly Honors From ORVC

The ORVC report for September 14-19 was released Tuesday.

(Osgood, Ind.) – Jac-Cen-Del High School student-athletes highlight the latest Ohio River Valley Conference weekly award winners.

The ORVC report for the week of September 14-19 was released on Tuesday.

Jac-Cen-Del’s Aundrea Cullen was named the ORVC Volleyball Player of the Week. The Lady Eagles star connected on 95 percent of her serves and 94 percent of her passes last week. Cullen also recorded 64 digs and four aces in three matches.

Cloey Simon is the ORVC Girls Runner of the Week. The Jac-Cen-Del star recorded a time of 21:14 at the South Dearborn Invitational.

The ORVC Runner of the Week is Milan freshman Ben Riehle. At the same event, he posted a 16:52.

Switzerland County’s Hailey Hines earned ORVC Girls Golfer of the Week honors. Hines shot 49 at Sunrise and 46 at Belterra.

Southwestern’s Alex Webster, Cadence Humes and Kearsty Cizek were the top performers in boys and girls soccer.

Other top performers for the week of September 14-19 are listed below.

 

BOYS SOCCER

Josh Clark (M) 2 goals in 2 matches

Landon Cole (RS) 5 goals, assist in 3 matches

Kendall Montgomery (RS) 3 goals, 3 assists in 3 matches

Zach Gentile (SR) 3 goals in 2 matches

Ben Miller (SR) 3 assists in 2 matches

Kaden Zellers (SW) 4 goals, 6 assists in 4 matches

Bryce Hatton (SW) 3 goals in 4 matche

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Maggie Schmidt (M) goal, assist in 3 matches

Riley Clark (M) goal, assist in 3 matches

Maddie Bovard (RS) great defense vs. Switzerland Co.

Lena Conradi (SR) goal vs. Switzerland Co.

Jordan Scott (SC) 6 saves vs. Oldenburg

 

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

 

Nathan Furnish (SC) 18:01 South Dearborn

Avery Osowski (SC) 18:49 South Dearborn

Dylan Sullivan (SC) 19:52 South Dearborn

Peyton Merica (RS) 17:56 South Dearborn

Nate Elliott (RS) 18:31 South Dearborn

Dalton Vinup (RS) 18:42 South Dearborn

Ayden Potts (M) 19:16 South Dearborn

Caleb Geary (SW) 18:01 South Dearborn

Colton Cloud (SW) 18:24 South Dearborn

Joe Drossart (SW) 18:24 South Dearborn

Nick Zigan (SR) 19:01 South Dearborn

Blake Volz (SR) 19:12 South Dearborn

Hayden Hooten (SR) 19:41 South Dearborn

Sam Fewell (SM) 18:53 South Dearborn

Louis Liu (SM) 19:23 South Dearborn

Wyatt Lundergan (SM) 20:21 South Dearborn

Josh Pohle (JCD) 17:24 South Dearborn

Damon Hughes (JCD) 17:59 South Dearborn

Jakob Peetz (JCD) 19:36 South Dearborn

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Gracie White (SC) 21:48 South Dearborn

Alisha Detmer (SC) 21:59 South Dearborn

Bethany Dashzeveg (SC) 28:34 South Dearborn

Nora Powell (RS) 24:40 South Dearborn

Lucy Lillis (M) 23:05 South Dearborn

Renee Lillis (M) 24:06 South Dearborn

Sarah Lillis (M) 24:51 South Dearborn

Kirsten Geary (SW) 21:57 South Dearborn

Patricia Smith (SW) 23:15 South Dearborn

Lilly Douglas (SW) 24:51 South Dearborn

Lanie Nicholson (SR) 19:37 South Dearborn

Emily Campbell (SR) 21:26 South Dearborn

Deborah Murphy (SR) 22:13 South Dearborn

Calli Alderman (SM) 20:32 South Dearborn

Katie Jacobs (SM) 32:43 South Dearborn

Kayla Simon (JCD) 22:55 South Dearborn

Lauryn Dilk (JCD) 23:26 South Dearborn

 

VOLLEYBALL

Abagail Hill (SM) 99% set, 59 KA’s in 3 matches

Phoebe Grote (SM) 100% serve, 5 aces, 77% pass, 43 digs in 3 matches

Emmaline Leatherman (SM) 35 kills, 13 blk, 90% serve, 7 aces in 3 matches

Jaden Harrell (SC) 8 kills, 90% serve, 2 aces, 88% pass, 14 digs in 4 matches

Brooke Johnson (SC) 88% serve, ace, 95% pass, 6 digs in 4 matches

Kierstan Oeffinger (SC) 5 kills, 90% pass, 10 digs in 4 matches

Jenny Barker (M) 100% serve, ace, 23 digs in 2 matches

Lindsay Montgomery (RS) 40 kills, 2 blk, 95% pass, 66 digs in 6 matches

Baylee Morris (RS) 94% serve, 2 aces, 92 KA’s in 6 matches

Tyrrah Miller (RS) 93% serve, 2 aces, 92% pass, 56 digs in 6 matches

Mackenzy Gray (JCD) 12 kills, 88% serve, 8 aces, 42 digs in 3 matches

Emma Newhart (JCD) 83% pass, 26 digs, 97% set, 39 KA’s in 3 matches

Brionna Linkel (SR) 55 KA’s, 20 digs in 2 matches

Lydia Kroger (SR) 17 digs, 9 kills, 7 aces in 2 matches

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