Arcadia, G-E-T athletes earn All-CC honors

Arcadia’s Alex Madden was named the Coulee Conference Pitcher of the Year for baseball and Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau’s Genna O’Neill was the Player of the Year for softball.

O’Neill helped the Red Hawks make a late surge, handing CC champion Westby its only conference loss of the season. She was joined on the All-CC first team by teammates Anna Puent and Lindsey Lettner as they went 10-2 in the conference.

Camery Holzer was an honorable mention pick for G-E-T.

The teams, which were just announced last week, included several Arcadia players as well. Senior Chloe Halverson and freshman Casidi Pehler were first-team picks while Hailey Sonsalla was picked for the second team and both Courtney Bjorge and Catherine Pehler were honorable mention. Arcadia went 6-6 in CC play.

Westby’s Jada Berg was named the CC Pitcher of the Year for softball, her only losses on the season came against G-E-T in the regular season and Arcadia in the postseason.

Madden was joined on the first-team All-CC baseball squad by fellow senior Carson Pehler. Carson Martin was a second-team pick and Connor Weltzien was honorable mention. The Raiders went 7-5 on the season, losing four of the games to Viroqua and West Salem, who went 11-1, losing only to one another, as they shared the conference title.

Brady Seiling represented the G-E-T baseball team as a second-team pick while Collin Handke, Warren Stoner and Jack Beedle were all honorable mention. G-E-T finished with a 6-6 conference record.

Viroqua’s Clayton Slack was the CC Player of the Year.

The All-CC track and field and golf teams were all determined during the season.

G-E-T’s Luke Vance was named the CC Athlete of the Year as the Red Hawks finished behind West Salem. The G-E-T girls won the team title while Grace Hebel of Westby was the Athlete of the Year.

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