Chiefs’ Vigansky, Lakers’ Altstaetter also receive 1st-team all-league honors
Lynzee Cronkleton helped Benjamin Logan’s girls basketball team to a big turnaround this season.
As a result of her efforts, she has been selected the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River division player of the year.
Cronkleton, a senior guard, sparked the Raiders to a second-place finish in the Mad River division after the team finished last in the league a year ago.
Cronkleton was one of three local players to receive first-team all-CBC honors. She was joined on the Mad River first team by Indian Lake junior Stephanie Altstaetter.
Bellefontaine senior Tayteum Vigansky earned a spot on the Kenton Trail division first team.
Earning second-team honors were Ben Logan’s Georgia Bates and Kerry Copenhaver and Indian Lake Mackenzie Dixon for the MR division and Bellefontaine’s Alexis Robinson and Carmen Shumaker for the KT division.
Special mention awards went to Ben Logan’s Kayla Reeves, Indian Lake’s Allison Kinney and Bellefontaine’s Quinlan Casey.
Receving sportsmanship awards were Ben Logan’s Kyndal Cronkleton, Indian Lakes Haylee Edwards and Bellefontaine’s Emma Middaugh.
Along with Cronkleton and Altstaetter, the Mad River division first team included Abbey Price and Jada Davis from league champion North Union, Peyton Mounce of Urbana and Abby Yukon of Graham.
The rest of the MR second team consisted of North Union’s Zoe Wedding and Audrey Benedict and Urbana’s Lyza Forson.
The remaining special mention picks for the MR division were Graham’s Hailey Nash, North Union’s Taran Moran, Northwestern’s Alainee Risner and Urbana’s Maleah Murphy.
Mary Ferrito of Kenton Trail division champion Jonathan Alder earned the KT player of the year award.
Joining Ferrito and Vigansky on the KT first team were Tecumseh’s Mae Mastin and Gabby Russell, London’s Alana Kramer and Alder’s Evan Platfoot.
The rest of the KT second team was made up by Alder’s Katie Hooley, Tecumseh’s Emma Garber, London’s Natalie Zabloudil and Kenton Ridge’s Lauren Rose.
The remaining special mention selections for the KT squad were Jonathan Alder’s Ellie Heisler, Kenton Ridge’s Keirsten Hall, London’s Kassie Patterson, Shawnee’s Zoe Ballard and Tecumseh’s Madi Moore.