Shiela Browning, LaMoille, jr.: One of the finer all-around athletes to come through LaMoille, Browning excelled in volleyball and basketball for the Lady Lions. She was a First Team and Little Ten All-Conference (unanimous) selection in volleyball and basketball and earned First Team All-BCR honors in hoops. She also ran track and field for the Amboy/LaMoille co-op.
Michelle Kelly, Princeton, jr.: Started the school year named as the BCR Player of the Year in volleyball and ended the school year named as the BCR Player of the Year for soccer. She had an area-best 665 assists (8.4 per set) and led the PHS soccer team with 20 goals.
Emmalee Sears, Princeton, sr.: Volleyball and basketball were the big sports for the Tigresses’ all-around athlete, earning All-BCR recognition in both sports. She was voted as the Tigresses MVP in basketball and was the leading rebounder. After three years of soccer, Sears gave track and field a try her senior season.
Regan Weidner, Bureau Valley, so.: Injuries sidetracked the Storm standout in track, but she still qualified for state in two events (1600, 3200). She ran down a second-place finish in the IHSA 1A State Cross Country Meet, placing first at regional and second at sectional. She also played sophomore basketball.
Makenzey Wilson, Princeton, sr.: The 2012-13 Female Athlete of the Year at PHS was another three-sport athlete for the Tigresses. She picked up tennis her junior year and moved into the No. 2 singles position by her senior season. She had some varsity time for three years in both basketball and softball. She is hopeful to walk onto the basketball team at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago this year.