BROWNSTOWN

The Brownstown Central girls track and field team conglomerated one final time this week to celebrate the 2017 season.

BCHS finished with a regular season record of 15-2 and was 73-14 overall on the season.

Headed by coach Maria Conklin, the Braves were Mid-Southern Conference champions this spring.

In the postseason, the Braves were 11-1 in the sectional at Seymour and 38-11 at the Bloomington North Regional.

In total, the Braves qualified 14 athletes for the regional after strong sectional performances.

Seven athletes were sectional champions across six events.

Sophomore Brooklyn Snodgrass (100) and senior Trentity Vaught (discus) both represented the Braves at the state finals.

Snodgrass was named most valuable athlete on the team.

Snodgrass, who was All-MSC in the 100, 200, 400 relay and pole vault, led the Braves in total points scored.

She was sectional champion in the 100, 200 and 400 relay.

Snodgrass also broke both the 100 (12.4) and 200 (26.61) school records in the season.

Vaught took home the outstanding field event award for her throwing efforts.

Vaught qualified for regional in both shot put and discus and was champion in the discus at sectional.

Junior Kristen Stuckwisch was name most outstanding sprinter.

Stuckwisch qualified for regional in the 400 and 1,600 relay and also was an MSC champ in the 400 relay along with freshman Keeli Darlage, Snodgrass and junior Madison Klinge. Stuckwisch was a sectional champion in the 400 and 1,600 relays.

Sophomore Kaelyn Johnson was presented the outstanding distance runner award.

Klinge was awarded the mental attitude award, and sophomore Alexandrea Caffee was most improved.

Vaught and juniors Sophie Kreis and Mallory Nierman all received their letter jackets.

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Jordan Morey is sports editor at The (Seymour) Tribune. He can be reached at jmorey@tribtown.com or 812-523-7069.