The Brownstown Central girls basketball team wrapped up their 2016-17 season with its annual awards program Tuesday evening.
Brownstown’s varsity team finished 15-11 on the season, including 4-5 in Mid-Southern Conference play.
Braves junior Kristen Stuckwisch took home most valuable player, mental attitude and outstanding defense awards.
Freshman Ashley Schroer was named All-MSC and also took home the award for most rebounds (149).
Tayler Garland, a sophomore, took home the highest free-throw percentage award by hitting 22 of 30 attempts (73 percent).
Making 34.5 percent of her shots on 159 attempts, junior Grace Jaynes got the highest field-goal percentage award.
With 43, junior Madison Klinge was the recipient of the award for most assists.
Outside of the plaques, sophomore Brooklyn Snodgrass earned her varsity jacket.
The varsity team will graduate one senior, Leah Stidam.
Next year the Braves will return 10 varsity letters winners, including four juniors and all five starters.
The Braves’ junior varsity team compiled a record of 15-5.
Sophomore Claire Poulton won the highest JV free-throw percentage award, making 67 percent on 28 of 42 free-throw attempts.
A JV most improved award went to freshman Halle Hehman.