Girls Varsity Soccer
Three Columbus North players have received all-District 4 accolades and 14 Bull Dogs were honored as Academic All-State by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association.
Freshman Jenna Lang was voted first-team all-district, while senior Tanner Johnson was honored as second-team all-district for the girls.
For the boys, junior Graham Keele was recognized as second-team all-district.
Lang, a forward, totaled a team-best 43 points on 19 goals and five assists while pacing the Bull Dog girls to an 11-5-0 record. Johnson, also a forward, provided 28 points on 13 goals and two assists while missing several games with an injury.
Keele, a midfielder, amassed 31 points on 15 goals and one assist in leading the CN boys to a 7-11-1 record.
Those recognized as Academic All-State from the boys’ team were Keele, junior Ben Malone, senior Zach Friend, junior Andrew Goble and junior Vish Lella.
Academic All-State honorees from the CN girls were Johnson, junior Kaylyn Bates, junior Alayne Davis, junior Hannah Grimes, junior Caroline Hollenkamp, junior Abigail Hovis, senior Rose Sardina, junior Riley Stevens and senior Elise Whitley.
Those receiving ISCA Academic All-State honors must be a junior or senior and carry a 3.7 or better GPA on a 4.0 scale. They also are to be on the varsity roster and a regular contributor.