Trio of Wildcats honored by SIACJune 23, 2021
By Herald Staff
For the likes of Jasper seniors Grant Stratton and Ross Peter and also junior Connor Foley, they woke up Wednesday morning as Class 4A State Champions, but they received some other news as well.
The Southern Indiana Athletic Conference unveiled its 2021 All-SIAC Teams on Wednesday afternoon, with Stratton and Foley being named first-team All-SIAC and Peter made it onto the second team.
Grant Stratton, Jasper, Senior
Cameron Tilly, Castle, Sophomore
Ethan Lyke, Evansville Central Junior
Nick Coleman, Evansville Memorial, Senior
Connor Foley, Jasper, Junior
Josh Russell, Evansville Memorial, Junior
Bryce Cape, Evansville Reitz, Senior
Henry Brown, Evansville Central, Senior
Evan Doan, Evansville Harrison, Junior
Cameron Decker, Evansville North, Junior
Coleton Pfoff, Vincennes Lincoln, Junior
Caleb Niehaus, Castle, Junior
Adam Evans, Evansville Memorial, Junior
Ross Peter, Jasper, Senior
Blake Herrmann, Castle, Senior
Ben Kennedy, Evansville Central, Junior
Ben Simmons, Evansville Harrison, Senior
Will Kiesel, Evansville Mater Dei, Senior
Ryan Taylor, Evansville Mater Dei, Senior
Ty Rumsey, Evansville North, Senior
Cooper Chinn, North, Junior
Blake Mincey, Vincennes Lincoln, Senior
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