Sophomore Ty Collalti and two-time individual state champion Becca Hagerman were named MVPs as the NIC-10 announced its 2018-19 all-conference boys and girls bowling teams.

Collalti, who was the lone first-teamer for the third-place Pretzels (7-2), averaged 228 for the season.

League-champion Hononegah (9-0) featured four first-team selections, while second-place Harlem – which went on to win the state team title – placed four on the first-team as well.

On the girls side, NIC-10 champ and state runner-up Harlem (9-0) placed five bowlers on the first team, which also included Auburn’s Caitlyn Bannister, who finished third individually at state.



MVP-Ty Collalti, Freeport, Soph.

Cameron Tyler, Hononegah, Soph

Josh Roth, Harlem, Jr.

Jacob Sommer, Hononegah, Sr.

Noah Mandujano, Harlem, Sr.

Matt Seigel, Auburn, Sr.

Dylan Hamil, Hononegah, Sr.

Cody Lawrence, Harlem, Sr.

Justin Mooney, Hononegah, Soph.

Ethan Pash, Harlem, Jr.

Honorable Mention

JD Stewart, Hononegah, Soph.

Justin Bragg, North, Sr.

Carson Soles, Auburn, Jr.

James White, Harlem, Sr.

John Jurgens, Guilford, Sr.

Coach of the Year: Nick Whitmire, Harlem




MVP-Becca Hagerman, Harlem, Sr.

Kayla Verstraete, Harlem, Sr.

Olivia Watton, Harlem, Soph,

Carrie Minnier, Guilford, Sr.

Camille Spencer, North, Sr.

Annemarie Rezuvich, Boylan, Fr.

Angel Grinnall, Harlem, Sr.

Amanda Bohn, Harlem, Jr.

Tegan Peterson, East, Sr.

Caitlyn Bannister, Auburn, Soph.

Special Mention

Bailey Busker, Freeport, Jr.

Alexis Sherman, Belvidere, Sr.

Laura Bartelt, Harlem, Jr.

Jurnee Williams, East, Jr.

Kelsey Olson, Hononegah, Sr.

Coach of the Year: Andy Werhane, Belvidere

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