Four Wildcat girls named All-SIACJune 15, 2021
By Herald Staff
The Southern Indiana Athletic Conference has named its All-Conference Girls Tennis Teams for the 2021 season, with two Jasper players making First Team All-SIAC and two Second-Team All-SIAC.
Senior Josie Yarbrough of the one singles and sophomore Allie Schnarr of the two singles made it onto the first team. Sophomore Ally Wigand of the three singles and one doubles junior Delaney Wigand made it onto the second team.
The four of them helped Jasper reach the state semifinals this year.
Josie Yarbrough, Jasper, Senior
Allie Schnarr, Jasper, Sophomore
Ellie Myers, Evansville Memorial, Junior
Chase Boyer, Evansville Memorial, Sophomore
Abby Myers, Evansville Memorial, Senior
Margo Throop, Evansville Memorial, Senior
Lindsay Johnson, Evansville North, Senior
Payton Dugan, Vincennes Lincoln, Sophomore
Ally Wigand, Jasper, Sophomore
Delaney Wigand, Jasper, Junior
Emily Dewees, Castle, Sophomore
Ciera Mardis, Castle, Sophomore
Sravani Ravipati, Castle, Senior
Emily Gagnon, Evansville Mater Dei, Junior
Abby Browns, Evansville Reitz, Senior
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