WPAC spring athletes recognized


South Stokes senior Jake Carter made this year’s WPAC all-conference list.


Charles Leftwich | For The Stokes News

Matt Mudd competed in the 2A NCHSAA Track and Field State Championship held at NC A&T State University.


Charles Leftwich | For The Stokes News

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The Western Piedmont Athletic Conference released its All-Conference selections for the six spring sports and there was no shortage of athletes recognized from Stokes County.

In total, South and West Stokes combined for 47 All-Conference selections in the 2016 spring sports. Below is a look at all of the honored athletes in the WPAC.

Baseball

Conference Champion: Forbush

Player of the Year: Tyler Campbell (Forbush)

Coach of the Year: Jack Moss (Forbush)

All-Conference: (South Stokes) Jake Carter, Mason Dutton and Tanner Birkholz. (West Stokes) Josh Chunn, Alex Helvey and Eli Boles. (Forbush) Jack Crews, Carter Foster, Jamie Sheek and Blake Winebarger. (North Surry) Brady Watts, Chase Chandler and Kendal Tucker. (Surry Central) Ethan Danley, Tyler Myers and Riley Dockery.

Softball

Conference Champion: Forbush

Player of the Year: Ashley Philyaw (West Stokes)

Coach of the Year: Jeremy Helton (Forbush)

All-Conference: (South Stokes) Katie Manring, Autumn Miller,Sam Williams and Charley Fallin. (West Stokes) Mackenzie Parker, Rachel Delcamp and Cheridan Joyce. (Forbush) Allison Mitchell, Logan Wood, Taylor Wooten, Sydney Miller, Marissa Lineberry and Kelsey Swaim. (North Surry) Kaitlyn Sullivan and Cidney Fulk. (Surry Central) Katlin Anthony.

Girls Soccer

Conference Champion: Forbush

Offensive Player of the Year: Madison York (Forbush)

Defensive Player of the Year: Paige Keaton (Forbush)

Coach of the Year: Keaton James (Forbush)

All-Conference: (South Stokes) Haleigh Yontz, Madison Green and Riley Kiser. (West Stokes) Anyssa Van Meter, Zoe Wehr, Liz Nail, Micha Harris, Jordan Grubbs and Allie Hawkins. (Forbush) Emily Marcincavage, Charly McCormick, Anna Kathryn Kilby, Michaela Stone, Nancy Rios and Calyn Davis. (North Surry) Michelle Leyva. (Surry Central) Sofia Valle, Makenzie Mooney, Mirian Hernandez.

Boys Tennis

Conference Champion: West Stokes

All-Conference: (West Stokes) Ethan Elliot, Frank Sells, Andrew Spainhour, and Noah Spainhour. (Surry Central) Zach Cochran, Jose Montero, Cole Leonard and Brandon Norman.

Track and Field

Boys Conference Champion: South Stokes

Boys All-Conference: (South Stokes) Keelan Goodwin, Matt Mudd, Kenneth Thomas and Dre Bonner. (West Stokes) Josh Adkins, Jalyn Simmons, Tino Rameriz and Josh Goad. (Carver) Rakeem Jenkins and Kelvin Jones. (Forbush) Schuyler Eldridge, Dakota Mendenhall and Zane Johnson. (North Surry) Andrew Cave and Eli Riggs. (Surry Central) Daniel Alvarez-Orlachia and Tyler Fitzgerald.

Girls Conference Champion: Forbush

Girls All-Conference: (South Stokes) Sydney Combs, Lauren Collins, Elizabeth Byers, Kristen Denny and Kelleigh Mitchell. (West Stokes) Chancey Gunnell, Kaitlyn Stone and Toni Jackson. (Carver) Sykonza Evans and Lahshanell Ennis. (Forbush) Madisun Shore, Anna Kathryn Kilby, Monseratt Andrade, Mackenzie Fulk and Carlee Barfield. (North Surry) Brooklyn Woodbury and Myia West.

Boys Golf

Conference Champion: South Stokes

Player of the Year: AJ Boyd (South Stokes)

Coach of the Year: Kent Mendenhall (South Stokes)

All-Conference: (Forbush) Logan Lineberry, Micha Cranfill and Dylan Ray. (South Stokes) Austin Cecil, Seth Bibey and Tanner Bibey. (Surry Central) Garrett Fletcher. (West Stokes) Ezra Goldbach and Mickey Tuttle.

South Stokes senior Jake Carter made this year’s WPAC all-conference list.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_JakeC.jpgSouth Stokes senior Jake Carter made this year’s WPAC all-conference list. Charles Leftwich | For The Stokes News

Matt Mudd competed in the 2A NCHSAA Track and Field State Championship held at NC A&T State University.
http://thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Mudd.jpgMatt Mudd competed in the 2A NCHSAA Track and Field State Championship held at NC A&T State University. Charles Leftwich | For The Stokes News

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