Alexi Hardie, Mt. Vernon


• Hardie was one of the Marauders’ team captains, leading the group and county with 27 assists. Named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference and ISCA First Team All-District, Hardie had nine goals and helped the Marauders finish 6-1 in the league to clinch a share of the title — the program’s third straight.

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Lucy Brand, Greenfield-Central

Junior/Defensive Center Midfield

• A captain in the Cougars offensive attack and the first line of defense in the backfield, Brand patrolled the middle and led the team with 11 assists, which was second best in the county. The Xavier recruit added nine goals this season. Brand was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Emma Langdon, Mt. Vernon


• After a two-year hiatus, Langdon returned to the Marauders and made an immediate impact. The Valparaiso University recruit was third in the county in goals scored with 16, which was third best on the team. She added nine assists en route to All-HHC and ISCA All-District second team honors.

Morgan Scruggs, Mt. Vernon


• A striker by position, Scruggs personified her moniker on the field to lead the county and the Marauders with 27 goals in 19 matches this season. She added nine assists, increasing her goal total by 12 compared to last season. Scruggs was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Kayla Enochs, Greenfield-Central


• A brick wall for the Cougars, Enochs set a new career saves record for the program, finishing with 450 in more than 2,000 minutes. The MacMurray College recruit registered 151 saves for a single-season personal best this fall and allowed nine goals. She was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Jaeden Ailes, Greenfield-Central


• Ailes was key to the Cougars offensive attack this season, scoring a team-best 16 goals with six assists. She averaged a goal a match and had four multi-goal contests. Ailes had a season-high four goals against New Palestine on Sept. 13 and was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Anne Marie DeKeyser, Greenfield-Central

Sophomore/Center Midfield

• A multi-sport athlete, DeKeyser excelled for the Cougars in her first season on the team. The sophomore posted a team-high 16 goals, which was third best in the county. She had four multi-goal games and added eight assists for the HHC runner-up Cougars. She was named All-HHC.

Olivia McKilligin, New Palestine


• The team’s leader in goals scored, McKilligin posted 11 goals, marking a single-season best for the versatile senior, who also logged minutes at outside midfield. McKilligan finished fourth in the county in goals and added four assists. She was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Nicole Ratts, Mt. Vernon


• Ratts was as reliable as any Marauder on the field this season. For a second straight season she scored 18 goals, finishing second on the team and in the county. She dished out six assists as Mt. Vernon posted 104 goals on the year. Ratts was a unanimous All-Hoosier Heritage Conference selection.

Hannah Taggart, New Palestine


• Taggart was a big part of the Dragons success this fall. The senior scored four goals and finished with a pair of assists. Her play helped the program average 4.7 goals per match with 1.4 goals scored against. She was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference for the league runner-up Dragons.

Maddy Miller, New Palestine


• Miller was second on the team with nine goals and and tied for second in assists with five. Rotating between forward and outside midfield, Miller helped the Class 2A Dragons win it’s first sectional since 2014 and finish with a 13-3-1 record. She was named All-Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Honorable Mentions

Greenfield-Central: Maddie Trapp, Emily Davidson, Alex Rupley, Trystan Ailes. Mt. Vernon: Riley Hurst, Alaina Nelson, Cleo Mills, Ellie Roach. New Palestine: Victoria Crowder, Olivia Lambdin, Grace Voelz, Edin Hurst.

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Rich Torres is sports editor at the Greenfield Daily Reporter. He can be reached at or 317-477-3227.