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PRE-SEASON GIRLS INDIVIDUAL ALL-STATE

1. Erin Strzelecki – senior – FW Dwenger

Inccstats.com ranking: 1

State Meet History: 27th in ’16 (19:08), 12th in ’17 (18:27), 2nd in ’18 (18:00)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in West Noble Regional (18:09), 2nd in New Haven Semi-state (18:06), 2nd in IHSAA State Finals (18:00)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in FW Northrop Sectional 3200 (10:44), 3rd in Marion Regional 3200 (10:59), 3rd in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:35)

Outlook: Strzelecki gets the slight nod after finishing runner-up in cross country and contending up into the final lap for the title in the 3200 before eventually finishing third in her junior seasons. Her progression through three previous seasons has been admirable, nearly finishing All-State as a freshman to outrunning a strong field to finish second to an all-time great runner as a junior. Strzelecki has certainly been a big meet performer, outperforming her inccstats ranking at all three state meets thus far. She should have an even bigger boost in motivation as her team is a podium threat and a fringe title contender. Despite no true dominating performance, Strzelecki ranks 12th all-time on inccstats.

2. Phoebe Bates – senior – Carmel

Inccstats.com ranking: 2

State Meet History: 6th in ’16 (18:37), 2nd in ’17 (18:00), 49th in ’18 (19:23)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Noblesville Sectional (18:18), 2nd in Shelbvyille Semi-state (17:43), 49th in IHSAA State Finals (19:23)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Hamilton Southeastern 1600 (5:00), 2nd in Hamilton Southeastern 3200 (11:08), 2nd in Lafayette Jeff Regional 1600 (4:59), 3rd in Lafayette Jeff Regional 3200 (10:58), 5th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (4:59), 24th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:35)

Outlook: Bates is the other former state runner-up headlining our list. She spent much of last season looking like the second best cross country runner in Indiana last fall, and arguments could be made that she looked prime to challenge Wilson at certain points in the season. Bates stumbled down the closing couple hundred meters after racing with the chase pack for the first three miles. A couple shaky minutes don’t define an athlete, though, especially not one that has earned the state meet accolades that Bates has over her high school career, including a state championship in the 1600. Her junior cross country season ranks 15th all-time on inccstats, though if her state meet performance was excluded, it easily would be in the top ten.

3. Annalyssa Crain – junior – Edgewood

Inccstats.com ranking: 3

State Meet History: 6th in ’17 (18:18), 3rd in ’18 (18:18)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Bedford North Lawrence Sectional (18:05), 1st in Bedford North Lawrence Regional (18:21), 1st in Brown County Semi-state (17:59), 3rd in IHSAA State Finals (18:18)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Bloomington North Sectional 1600 (5:07), 1st in Bloomington North Sectional 3200 (11:00), 1st in Bloomington North Regional 3200 (10:55), 6th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:48)

Outlook: Crain enters his junior year a very serious title contender after finishing sixth and third in her first two state cross country meets. A two-season star, she also led parts of the state finals race in the 3200 before ultimately finishing sixth this past spring. She was seventh over the same distance as a freshman. Crain certainly has the approach of a potential state champion: she dominates local competition without holding anything in reserve and elevates her performance against the state’s elite. Crain is the number two runner currently in high school from the 2017 state meet (behind Bates) and the 2018 state meet (behind Strzelecki).

4. Katelyn Wasson – senior – Zionsville

Inccstats.com ranking: 4

State Meet History: 15th in ’16 (18:53), 10th in ’17 (18:25), 15th in ’18 (18:51)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Ben Davis Regional (18:27), 8th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:31), 15th in IHSAA State Finals (18:51)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Zionsville Sectional 3200 (11:11), 2nd in Lafayette Jeff Regional 3200 (10:49), 2nd in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:31)

Outlook: Wasson is the first of our serious title contenders. In three previous seasons, she has never finished outside the top 15. Injuries seemed to impact her season last year as she was absent in the Eagles’ first three meets before gradually working her way back. Wasson is another big-time state meet performer. According to inccstats, the state finals has been one of her two best performances in each of the last three season (and adjustments are made for time of year, making the feat even more impressive). This track season, Wasson seemed to turn the corner from a difference maker on a top team to a legitimate state elite when she ran 10:31 over 3200 meters (15th all-time) in a race in which she nearly won an individual state championship.

5. Zoe Duffus – junior – FW Carroll

Inccstats.com ranking: 15

State Meet History: 51st in ’17 (19:05), 80th in ’18 (19:43)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 8th in FW Northrop Sectional (19:52), 14th in West Noble Regional (19:54), 10th in New Haven Semi-state (18:54), 80th in IHSAA State Finals (19:43)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st, in FW Northrop Sectional 800 (2:17), 1st in FW Northrop Sectional 1600 (5:00), 2nd in Marion Regional 800 (2:19), 2nd in Marion Regional 1600 (4:55), 21st in IHSAA State Finals (5:17), 10th in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:14)

Outlook: Duffus had a breakout track season, proving that she is capable of competing amongst the state’s very elite. In her first two seasons of high school cross country, she has nearly sat out more races than she has compete in, though she has participated in the state finals twice already. Though she has finished nowhere close to All-State in either of those two state meets, she has shown brilliant ability in the past. As a freshman, Duffus had two sub-18 performances on inccstats with only 15 girls ever having sub-18 seasons. Her 2:14 and 4:55 performances this spring illustrate that she is heatlhy and running well, though those came over race distances that make this high of a rating speculative.

6. Morgan Dyer – senior – Elkhart Memorial

Inccstats.com ranking: 7

State Meet History: 19th in ’17 (18:33), 7th in ’18 (18:32)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Elkhart Central Sectional (19:02), 1st in Elkhart Central Regional (18:56), 5th in New Haven Semi-state (18:41), 7th in IHSAA State Finals (18:32)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Warsaw Sectional 1600 (5:08), 1st in Warsaw Sectional 3200 (11:17), 1st in Warsaw Regional 1600 (5:12), 1st in Warsaw Regional 3200 (11:08), 9th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:00), 18th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:21)

Outlook: Dyer has consistently been among the state’s elite over the last two years, earning medals twice in cross country and qualifying for the state track finals individually six times over her first three years.

7. Monroe Fruchey – senior – FW Carroll

Inccstats.com ranking: 6

State Meet History: 63rd in ’17 (19:11), 6th in ’18 (18:30)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in FW Northrop Sectional (19:22), 5th in West Noble Regional (18:54), 11th in New Haven Semi-state (18:57), 6th in IHSAA State Finals (18:30)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in FW Northrop Sectional 1600 (5:00), 3rd in Marion Regional 1600 (5:07), 17th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:12)

Outlook: Fruchey had the race of her life, perhaps the race of the year for anyone in the state considering the context of the performance. After finishing eleventh in the semistate and fifth in the regional, Fruchey had her best adjusted performance by 36 seconds, per inccstats. In the track season, she continued this success in running 5:00 over 1600 meters and qualifying for the state meet in that event. The massive performance jump at the state meet may seem like an unsustainable, single-time spike, but the track season legitimizes Fruchey’s place among the state’s elite.

8. Mary Anna Wehrle – senior – Cardinal Ritter

Inccstats.com ranking: 9

State Meet History: 38th in ’16 (19:17), 69th in ’17 (19:13), 11th in ’18 (18:37)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Ben Davis Sectional (19:26), 3rd in Ben Davis Regional (18:32), 5th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:18), 11th in IHSAA State Finals (18:37)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in Southport Sectional 3200 (11:28), 3rd in Ben Davis Regional 3200 (11:03), 14th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:10)

Outlook: Wehrle has qualified for the cross country state finals individually all three years of high school. Last year she was joined by her twin sister, and it is possible that she may have five more of her teammates this year. After her first All-State performance last fall, Wehrle improved his place at the state meet over 3200 meters by one spot, though her time was nine seconds slower than her junior year. Though she does go to a small school, having a training partner like her sister will be a big advantage.

9. Karina James – sophomore – Lowell

Inccstats.com ranking: 13

State Meet History: 36th in ’18 (19:14)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Crown Point Sectional (19:32), 2nd in Crown Point Regional (19:12), 5th in New Prairie Semi-state (18:36), 36th in IHSAA State Finals (19:14)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Lowell Sectional 800 (2:20), 1st in Lowell Sectional 3200 (11:34), 1st in Portage Regional 3200 (11:12), 7th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:54)

Outlook: James may be the next great Lowell frontrunner, even the dominating distance runner from the Region. She was 36th in her first state cross country meet, only the eighth freshman, but James had the best track season among any of those eight. Her 10:54 performance in the 3200 in Bloomington earned her All-State distinction in seventh place, and it is also the tenth-best performance all-time among freshman just ahead of past multiple-time state champions Katie Harrington of Carmel and Alex Banfich of Culver Academy. Our committee (of one) foresees future success for James.

10. Mya Hagerty – senior – Bloomington North

Inccstats.com ranking: 12

State Meet History: 97th in ’16 (20:16), 20th in ’17 (18:34), 13th in ’18 (18:46)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Bedford North Lawrence Sectional (19:27), 2nd in Bedford North Lawrence Regional (18:36), 10th in Brown County Semi-state (19:04), 13th in IHSAA State Finals (18:46)

2019 Track Tournament: Did not compete individually

Outlook: Hagerty has been All-State in consecutive years heading into her senior season. Over the last three years, she has displayed a clear ability to compete well against top competition with her best adjusted performance of the tournament coming in the state finals all three years. It is a little harder to track her progress through the track season as she only ran on North’s relay. That is par for the course for Hagerty, though. In the springs preceding both her All-State fall seasons, Hagerty has only competed in the state meet in the 4x8.

11. Madeline Keller – sophomore – Brebeuf

Inccstats.com ranking: 8

State Meet History: 44th in ’18 (19:20)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Brebeuf Sectional (19:08), 2nd in Noblesville Regional (18:04), 4th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:18), 44th in IHSAA State Finals (19:20)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in North Central Sectional 3200 (11:06), 1st in Ben Davis Regional 3200 (10:59), 8th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (10:56)

Outlook: Keller is a top talent and demonstrated that across both seasons as a freshman. Though she struggled a bit in her first state cross country meet, she was second in the state’s most competitive cross country regional and finished fourth in the semi-state behind two top 15 all-time runners (per inccstats) and her own teammate. This past spring, Keller earned the first of presumably many All-State medals by finishing eighth in the 3200 with that performance ranking her 12th all-time among freshmen.

12. Bailey Ranta – sophomore – Chesterton

Inccstats.com ranking: 10

State Meet History: 16th in ’18 (18:52)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 4th in New Prairie Sectional (19:37), 4th in New Prairie Regional (19:00), 11th in New Prairie Semi-state (19:03), 16th in IHSAA State Finals (18:52)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in Chesterton Sectional 1600 (5:18), 3rd in Chesterton Sectional 3200 (11:38), 2nd in Portage Regional 3200 (11:24), 10th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:02)

Outlook: Ranta was immediately a force upon entering high school, earning an individual medal in cross country and nearly repeating that achievement in track when she was one place short of the podium. Her freshman year performances display two important traits for maintaining a place among the state’s elite: Ranta runs her best against top competition, having run significantly better at the state finals than the previous round in both seasons, and she continues to improve from season to season.

13. Sydney Liddle – senior – Floyd Central

Inccstats.com ranking: 14

State Meet History: 41st in ’17 (18:55), 14th in ’18 (18:49)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Crawford County Sectional (19:34), 1st in Crawford County Regional (18:44), 3rd in Brown County Semi-state (18:40), 14th in IHSAA State Finals (18:49)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Floyd Central Sectional 1600 (5:18), 2nd in Floyd Central Sectional 3200 (11:30), 2nd in Evansville Central Regional 3200 (11:12), 11th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:03)

Outlook: Liddle has been a state meet participant in five of her six seasons, including qualifying for the finals in the 3200 three times. Previous results show an athlete who clearly continues to improve, ranking 54th in the state as a sophomore and 18th as a junior. That type of progression is ideal but certainly does not always happen the same way among that state’s best either for boys or girls. Liddle’s track season was solid as well, falling just shy of the podium in the 3200 but earning her best place and best time among her three state meet appearances in that event.

14. Jaelyn Burgos – junior – Crown Point

Inccstats.com ranking: 16

State Meet History: 74th in ’17 (19:15), 17th in ’18 (18:52)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Crown Point Sectional (19:18), 7th in Crown Point Regional (19:50), 7th in New Prairie Semi-state (18:46), 17th in IHSAA State Finals (18:52)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in Lowell Sectional 1600 (5:12), 3rd in Lowell Sectional 3200 (11:38), 2nd in Portage Regional 1600 (5:07), 7th in Portage Regional 3200 (11:46), 15th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:10)

Outlook: Burgos was All-State as a sophomore and improved greatly upon a solid freshman season. Her track season, if ranked among the 25 on this list, would certainly be in the bottom half, but she advanced to the state meet for the second time and improved upon her place and time from her freshman year. If a better spring equates to a better subsequent fall, Burgos is a likely individual medalist with still another year of high school left.

15. Mollie Gamble – senior – Oak Hill

Inccstats.com ranking: 18

State Meet History: 67th in ’16 (19:51), 32nd in ’17 (18:47), 19th in ’18 (18:53)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Marion Sectional (20:18), 2nd in Marion Regional (18:54), 7th in New Haven Semi-state (18:49), 19th in IHSAA State Finals (18:53)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in Marion Sectional 1600 (5:09), 2nd in Marion Sectional 3200 (11:06), 4th in Marion Regional 3200 (11:07)

Outlook: Gamble is a three-time individual qualifier for the state cross country meet, improving on her place each year. In a highly competitive area of the state made more so by the redistricting of the cross country tournament, Gamble has been a state meet constant in the fall but has yet to qualify in the track season. She was very close this spring though and has demonstrated improvement in her primary event, which has the most correlation to cross country success.

16. Mariah Wehrle – senior – Cardinal Ritter

Inccstats.com ranking: 17

State Meet History: 38th in ’18 (19:16)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Ben Davis Sectional (19:51), 4th in Ben Davis Regional (18:35), 6th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:30), 38th in IHSAA State Finals (19:16)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Southport Sectional 1600 (5:07), 1st in Southport Sectional 3200 (11:22), 1st in Ben Davis Regional 1600 (4:59), 2nd in Ben Davis Regional 3200 (11:01), 3rd in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (4:57), 20th in IHSAA State Finals 3200 (11:20)

Outlook: Wehrle has steadily improved through high school, qualifying for the state meet last year in cross country. She really blossomed this spring, however, advancing to the state finals individually in two events. Even though it comes in the 1600 rather than the 3200, her race in Bloomington to finish third certainly moves her up the rankings than she would be based solely on last cross country season. In combination with her sister, the Wehrles provide Ritter with a realistic chance to advance to the state finals this fall as a team.

17. Halle Hill – junior – Hamilton Southeastern

Inccstats.com ranking: 40

State Meet History: 23rd in ’17 (18:35), 42nd in ’18 (19:18)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 8th in Pendleton Heights Sectional (21:03), 8th in Delta Regional (19:24), 26th in New Haven Semi-state (19:38), 42nd in IHSAA State Finals (19:18)

2019 Track Tournament: 3rd in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 1600 (5:04), 6th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 1600 (5:08), 11th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:03)

Outlook: Hill was All-State as a freshman. An injury caused her to miss the entire track season, and she worked her way back into form slowly through the fall of her sophomore year. By the state finals, Hill was nearly back to her freshman year performance, finishing 42nd in the state meet to help the Royals onto the podium. Her track season illustrates that she is better than ever, anchoring HSE’s runner-up 4x8 before finishing 11th in the 1600 on tired legs.

18. Ava Gilliana – senior – Valparaiso

Inccstats.com ranking: 21

State Meet History: 31st in ’16 (19:11), 46th in ’17 (19:00), 23rd in ’18 (18:57)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in New Prairie Sectional (19:16), 2nd in New Prairie Regional (18:55), 4th in New Prairie Semi-state (18:36), 23rd in IHSAA State Finals (18:57)

2019 Track Tournament: 1st in Chesterton Sectional 1600 (5:14), 1st in Chesterton Sectional 3200 (11:36), 1st in Portage Regional 1600 (5:05), 5th in Portage Regional 3200 (11:35), 16th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:11)

Outlook: Gilliana has been one of the state’s best since entering high school, finishing in the top 50 all three years in cross country and earning All-State distinction last year for the first time. She is even more accomplished on the track. As a freshman she was third in the state finals in the 1600 and as a sophomore came very close to winning the title over the same distance before finishing second. Gilliana’s also a two-time state finalist in the 800, though she tried her hand in the 3200 this past tournament for the first time. A fall at the state meet in her primary event kept us from possibly seeing her contend for the title.

19. Zoe Simmons – senior – Brebeuf

Inccstats.com ranking: 5

State Meet History: 47th in ’17 (19:01), 25th in ’18 (19:01)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in Brebeuf Sectional (18:41), 1st in Noblesville Regional (17:53), 3rd in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:10), 25th in IHSAA State Finals (19:01)

2019 Track Tournament: 3rd in North Central Sectional 1600 (5:26), 7th in Ben Davis Regional (5:31)

Outlook: Simmons had an excellent cross country season, winning competitive sectional and regional races before finishing third to perhaps the top two runners in the state at the semi-state level. The advanced stats loved Simmons last year, ranking her seventh in the entire state among individuals despite only finishing 25th in the state meet. Before track results are factored in, inccstats had her fourth for 2019. Her track season is a bit enigmatic for one of the state’s elite, and that hurts her ranking here.

20. Brenner Hanna – junior – Greensburg

Inccstats.com ranking: 26

State Meet History: 34th in ’17 (18:48), 26th in ’18 (19:03)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 1st in South Dearborn Sectional (18:56), 1st in Shelbyville Regional (18:44), 16th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:49), 26th in IHSAA State Finals (19:03)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in Franklin County Sectional 800 (2:24), 1st in Franklin County Sectional 1600 (5:09), 3rd in Shelbyville Regional 800 (2:21), 2nd in Shelbyville Regional 1600 (5:10), 26th in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:26), 14th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:09)

Outlook: Hanna has been consistent as a state meet participant and borderline All-Stater over her first two years. She missed the final All-State spot last fall by less than two seconds, and she grabbed a medal in the 1600 as a freshman, finishing eighth. She has now qualified for the state meet individually five times in the first half of her high school career. If she has a disadvantage it’s that geography prevents her from seeing top level competition until the last couple weeks of the season.

21. Hannah Robbins – sophomore – Munster

Inccstats.com ranking: 11

State Meet History: 21st in ’18 (18:53)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Hammond Gavit Sectional (20:47), 8th in Crown Point Regional (19:52), 15th in New Prairie Semi-state (19:17), 21st in IHSAA State Finals (18:53)

2019 Track Tournament: 3rd in East Chicago Central Sectional 1600 (5:35), 3rd in East Chicago Central Sectional 3200 (12:46), 7th in Portage Regional 1600 (5:35), 14th in Portage Regional 3200 (12:50)

Outlook: Robbins had a stellar state meet in her freshman season, qualifying individually before finishing 21st in Terre Haute. That performance alone is enough to merit a spot on our list. Her track season was note as strong. She did advance out of the regional in a pair of events, though she was not in contention to advance to the state meet.

22. Katie Woods – sophomore – FW Dwenger

Inccstats.com ranking: 19

State Meet History: 27th in ’18 (19:04)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 4th in FW Northrop Sectional (19:27), 7th in West Noble Regional (19:09), 12th in New Haven Semi-state (19:00), 27th in IHSAA State Finals (19:04)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in FW Northrop Sectional 800 (2:19), 5th in Marion Regional 800 (2:21)

Outlook: Woods was close to being All-State as a freshman in the fall and was the anchor on an All-State relay in the spring. She plays a pivotal role on one of the state’s top teams, a potential contender. On top of that, she has a great training environment with her teammate holding down the top position on this list.

23. Maria Mitchell – junior – Hamilton Heights

Inccstats.com ranking: 27

State Meet History: 75th in ’18 (19:40)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 2nd in Noblesville Sectional (19:17), 6th in Noblesville Regional (18:25), 9th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:33), 75th in IHSAA State Finals (19:40)

2019 Track Tournament: 2nd in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 800 (2:18), 2nd in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 1600 (5:03), 5th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 800 (2:19), 5th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 1600 (5:02), 9th in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:14), 8th in IHSAA State Finals 1600 (5:00)

Outlook: Mitchell competed well against top competition all through the tournament. The state meet was a sub-par race for her, though her state finals in the track season was anything but. She finished fifth in the regional in both her events, needing a callback in either. When she received them, she took advantage, scoring in both events at the state meet. In fact, Mitchell was only one of two double medalists in distance races last spring.

24. Gillian Cridge – senior – Cathedral

Inccstats.com ranking: 28

State Meet History: 79th in ’17 (19:18), 24th in ’18 (19:01)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 4th in Brebeuf Sectional (19:40), 3rd in Noblesville Regional (18:12), 11th in Shelbyville Semi-state (18:41), 24th in IHSAA State Finals (19:01)

2019 Track Tournament: Did not compete

Outlook: Cridge was All-State last cross country, the end of a three-year progression that started with her on the fringes of her team’s varsity before progressing to an individual state finalist as a sophomore and an All-Stater as a junior. She is also a nationally elite triathlete which causes her to miss some of the regular season. She does not compete in track.

25. Vera Schafer – sophomore – Fishers

Inccstats.com ranking: 24

State Meet History: 33rd in ’18 (19:11)

2018 Cross Country Tournament: 3rd in Delta Regional (18:58), 13th in New Haven Semi-state (19:02), 33rd in IHSAA State Finals (19:11)

2019 Track Tournament: 4th in Hamilton Southeastern Sectional 800 (2:19), 6th in Lafayette Jeff Regional 800 (2:19), 16th in IHSAA State Finals 800 (2:18)

Outlook: Schafer was consistently Fishers’ top runner in the tournament and finished 33rd in the state meet, the 22nd returner. She had a good track season, albeit mainly over 800 meters, in helping the Tigers to finish fifth in the 4x8 while also qualifying individually in the open 800. It is pretty typical for athletes to see a performance jump between freshman and sophomore years.

Honorable mention: Sarah Busch, FW Luers; Julia Dvorak, FW Homestead; Brianna Lawson, Franklin Central; Abigail Lynch, Brownsburg; Lauren Rhinehart, Zionsville; Maddie Russin, Crown Point; Clare Vogel, Evansville Memorial; Addison Wiley, Huntington North

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