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SAC names all league baseball, softball honorees

Several members of the Lanesville and South Central bat and ball programs were named to the All-Southern Athletic Conference team.
In baseball, Lanesville finished with a 4-1 SAC record, sharing the team title with Borden. The conference championship is the first for Lanesville since the 2007 season. South Central was 2-3.
Lanesville players named to the All-SAC team were Brenden Bube, Ryan McCubbins and Greg Daly. South Central representatives were Nick Veith, Jack Turner and Parker Gabhart.
Others named to the squad were Kyle Kruer (Borden), Lucas McNew (Borden), Cameron Breunnemer (New Washington), Lane Johnson (New Washington), Cody McAfee (Henryville), Elijah Weeks (Henryville) and Trevor Badger (Henryville).
Borden’s Eric Stotts was named Coach of the Year, while Kruer was selected Most Outstanding Player.
In softball, for the second consecutive season, Borden won the SAC team title outright with a 5-0 record. Lanesville finished 2-3, while South Central was 1-4.
Selected All-SAC from Lanesville were Katelyn Pavey and Mickey Randolph, while South Central’s Haley Shaffer was also included.
Other softball players selected were Lexie McAfee (Henryville), Emily Hollis (Henryville), Emma Hendricks (Henryville), Ashtyn Kaskie (Henryville), Paige Schindler (Borden), Riley Schindler (Borden), Haley Shouse (Borden), Brooke Shaw (New Washington) and Lacy Hall (Crothersville).
Coach of the Year honors were Michele Schindler (Borden) and Jenny Schroeder (Henryville). The Most Outstanding Player in softball was Lexie McAfee.
Borden swept the SAC All-Sports Trophy in boys’ and girls’ sports for 2014-15.
On the boys’ side, Borden tallied 32.5 points, placing first in at least four of six sports. Lanesville (27.5) was second, while South Central (18) was fourth.
In girls’ sports, Borden also placed first in four sports, closing with 31 points. South Central (19.5) was third, and Lanesville (15) was tied for fourth.

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