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First Team

BISHOP NOLL — Aidan Companiott, Ryan Bradtke. CALUMET — Caleb Deel. GRIFFITH — Aaron Gonzalez, Cole Cervantes, Johnny Maynard, Kyle Iwinski. HANOVER CENTRAL — Jared Comia, Nolan Tucker, Sam Momcilovic. LAKE STATION — Baylor Sleziak. RIVER FOREST — Austin Vergis, Milan Wendrickx. WHEELER — Danny Lira, Rex Stills. WHITING — Nick Semancik.

Second Team

BISHOP NOLL — Antonio DeCrescenzo, Jake Fuerhmeyer. CALUMET — Nate Marshall. GRIFFITH — Andrew Davenport. HANOVER CENTRAL — Evan Momcilovic. LAKE STATION — Matthew Alvarez. RIVER FOREST — Caleb Johnson. WHEELER — Mason Diaz. WHITING — Joel Torres, Nino Barbosa.

Honorable Mention

BISHOP NOLL — Devin Padilla, A.J. Vazquez. CALUMET — Juan Cabello. GRIFFITH — Cody Wilkins. HANOVER CENTRAL — Adam Graham. LAKE STATION — Joey Kroledge. RIVER FOREST — Nick Brock. WHEELER — Damian Ruoff. WHITING — Aidan Plemons, Ethan Harbin.

2019 Coach of the Year — Brian Jennings, Griffith

Final conference standings: 1. Griffith (14-0), 2. Hanover Central (12-2), 3. Bishop Noll (9-3), 4. Whiting (7-6), 5. Wheeler (7-7), 6. River Forest (2-10), 7. Calumet (2-11), 8. Lake Station (0-12).



First Team

BISHOP NOLL — Hailey Pierce, Kalie Zvonar. CALUMET — Alicia Morris. GRIFFITH — Ashley Shepard, Jessica Terzarial. HANOVER CENTRAL — Ashtyn Barnett, Elise Kratkoczki, Leah Mokos, Tyler Chambers. LAKE STATION — Hannah Newton, Priscilla Agreda. RIVER FOREST — Emma Clare. WHEELER — Kyla Chevalier, Mercedes Lira, Shelby Klimczak. WHITING — Abby Toth, Sydney Maley.

Second Team

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BISHOP NOLL — Lexi Fortuna. CALUMET — Azzeriya Abbott. GRIFFITH — Rhiannon Banks, Saleena Brunson. HANOVER CENTRAL — Camryn Veteto. LAKE STATION — Olivia Rowan. RIVER FOREST — Sam Bowen. WHEELER — Haley Weiland. WHITING — Hallie Semancik.

Honorable Mention

BISHOP NOLL — Diamond Encarnacion. CALUMET — Ayshia Hunter. GRIFFITH — Vanessa Bullion. HANOVER CENTRAL — Alyssa Albrecht. LAKE STATION — Daisy Jaworski. RIVER FOREST — Desi Yanez. WHEELER — Averi Wagoner. WHITING — Ashley Shrader.

2019 Coach of the Year — Ashley Kostelnik, Calumet

Final conference standings: 1. Hanover Central (14-0), 2. Wheeler (12-2), 3. Griffith (10-4), 4. Bishop Noll (7-7), 5. Whiting (6-8), 6. Lake Station (5-9), 7. River Forest (2-12), 8. Calumet (0-14).*



First Team

BISHOP NOLL — Felicity Miranda (singles). CALUMET — Samantha Stull (singles), Micaiah Walton and Trenadee Johnson (doubles). GRIFFITH — Andrea Meraz (singles). HANOVER CENTRAL — Natalie Haitsma (singles), Ariana Arce and Sydney Reinbold (doubles). LAKE STATION — Taylor Austin (singles). NORTH NEWTON — Ashley Churchill (singles), Hope Churchill (singles). RIVER FOREST — Taeylor Holiday (singles). WHEELER — Anaca Germain (singles), Sydney Eden and Tessa Haldeman (doubles), Savanna Cannon (singles). WHITING — Alana Baez (singles), Caitlin McEnery and Mckenna Hetzel (doubles).

Honorable Mention

BISHOP NOLL — Jasmin Romo (singles). CALUMET — Antoinette Ulrich (singles). GRIFFITH — Melanie Ramirez (singles). HANOVER CENTRAL — Paige Kubiak and Megan Clark (doubles). LAKE STATION — Alissa Jacobs and Alianna Albrizio (doubles). NORTH NEWTON — Nicole Szczpanski (singles). RIVER FOREST — Brianna Smith and Paola Macias (doubles). WHEELER — Trey Erny (singles), Emma Santos (singles). WHITING — Nicole Jovceski (singles).

2019 Coach of the Year: Michael Rosta, Wheeler

Final conference standings: 1. Wheeler (8-0), 2. Hanover Central (7-1), 3. Whiting (6-2), 4. North Newton (5-3), 5. Calumet (4-4), 6. River Forest (3-5), 7. Bishop Noll (2-6), 8. Lake Station (1-7), 9. Griffith (0-8).

* Editor's note: This story has been corrected from an earlier version.


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