Southwest Conference All-Conference Wrestling Team

The Southwest Conference has released their All-Conference Wrestling team for the 2012-2013 season.

Anthony Luft, Worthington
Hser Eh Pwae, Worthington
Jordan Biehn, Jackson County Central
Cameron Henning, Jackson County Central
Eliot Jurries, Jackson County Central
Paden Moore, Jackson County Central
Michael Suda, Pipestone
Cole Nordmeyer, Pipestone
Alex Ossefoort, Pipestone
Walker Kor, Pipestone
Wyatt Stevens, Windom/Mountain Lake
Joe Fischenich, Windom/Mountain Lake
Jared Willaby, Windom/Mountain Lake
Dillon Thooft, Redwood Valley
Honorable Mention:
Carson Hagen, Worthington
Blake Schroeder, Worthington
Zach Kempema, Worthington
Luke Norland, Jackson County Central
Keegan Moore, Jackson County Central
Darick Vancura, Jackson County Central
Spencer Oeltjenbruns, Luverne
Wyatt Aubert, Luverne
DJ Reker, Luverne
Justin Varpness, Marshall
Austin Nath, Marshall
Brady Bos, Pipestone
Ben Matter, Windom/Mountain Lake
Vince Johnson, Windom/Mountain Lake

Red Rock All-Conference Girls Basketball Team

The Red Rock Conference has released their 2012-2013 All-Conference Girls Basketball Team.

Jordin Kopplow, SR, Adrian
Rachel Kontz, SR, Adrian
Courtney Vaske, SR, Adrian
Brittney Hermeling, SR, Fulda
Rachel Cheadle, SR, Fulda
Melissa Gehl, JR, Fulda
Sariah Cheadle, SO, Fulda
Courtney Place, SO, Southwestern United
Paige Erickson, SR, Westbrook-Walnut Grove
Hannah Van Dyke, SR, Southwest Christian
Amber Pater, SR, Southwest Christian
Jennifer Schmidt, SR, Southwest Christian
Jenna Ness, SR, Murray County Central
Bridget Kramer, SR, Ellsworth

Voss named a NAIA All-American

Former Worthington Trojan Boys Basketball standout Jalen Voss, currently a sophomore at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell (SD), is adding more postseason accolades to his resume as the Worthington native has now been named an All-American by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

Alwal named top female basketball player in Mississippi

Mississippi State sophomore and former Worthington Trojan Girls Basketball player Martha Alwal earned the title of the state of Mississippi’s top female college basketball player Monday when she was chosen the winner of the C Spire Gillom Trophy at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
Alwal became the second Bulldog to win the award, joining Alexis Rack who won the trophy following the 2009 and 2010 seasons.