Geoff Cowles/News Mattea Forshey of East Knox High School and Mack Anglin of Highland High School were honored as first team basketball All-Conference at Wednesday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference awards banquet.

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attea Forshey of East Knox High School and Mack Anglin of Highland High School were honored as first team basketball All-Conference at Wednesday’s Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference awards banquet. Request this photo

 

WALDO — Wednesday night, it was the Red Division’s turn to take center stage at Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference 2017 Winter Sports Award’s Banquet at All Occasions Banquet Hall in Waldo.

Although the Blue Division had its big night Tuesday, the All-MOAC basketball first team, for both the Red and Blue divisions, were recognized on Wednesday.

The Blue Division honorees included area boys Mack Anglin of Highland, Jacob Booth of Fredericktown and Gunnar Gregory of Centerburg. Along with them were other first teamers Zachary Hosack of Mount Gilead, Demetrius Johnson of Northmor and Cardington’s Devin Pearl.

“I’m very honored and I could not have accomplished any of that without my great teammates and coaches,” Anglin said. “I’m a sophomore and there’s still a lot of work to do. This is awesome. I’m very honored.”
For the girls, a combined conference first team was honored, including Mattea Forshey of East Knox. Also in the first team were Pleasant’s Summer Blevins, Buckeye Valley’s Logan Hatcher, Lilly Hess of Jonathan Alder, Autumn Hudson of North Union, Morgan Lott of River Valley and Leah Maniaci of Pleasant.

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Geoff Cowles: 740-397-5333 or gcowles@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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