All-Conference sports announcement
The 8-man southern division football All-Conference selections were announced this week, and several Stillwater players were honored.
Rylan Gauthier had a stellar senior year for the Panthers, racking up three All-Conference awards.
Offensively, Gauthier earned a place as a Second Team tight end. Defensively, Gauthier was the only member of Park City’s team to be selected. He was chosen as the only First Team punt returner, as well as a Second Team defensive back.
Week after week Gauthier had big performances for the Panthers, returning kicks and interceptions for touchdowns in addition to scoring on offense.
Josh Seabrook, another senior, earned an All-Conference Honorable Mention as a guard. Seabrook’s tough play at the offensive line was key to the success of the Park City offense.
Sophomore Carson Baker received an Honorable Mention for the running back position. Baker often made appearances on the team’s stats sheet as one of Park City’s lead scorers.
The Huskies also had three athletes earn post-season honors.
On the offensive side of the ball, junior Dylan Young was selected as a Second Team center.
Defensively, junior Simon Hanson received Second Team honors as a kicker. Senior Mikol Degele earned an Honorable Mention as an inside linebacker.
Six Stillwater County volleyball players were honored this week as district 4C All-Conference selections.
The Renegades had an impressive four All-Conference selections, behind only the Bridger Scouts (with six selections) – the team that placed fourth at the state tournament last week.
Destiny Ayers was named First Team middle hitter. The 5-foot-11-inch senior had a strong final season with RPR, putting up 58 kills during the team’s three matches of the divisional tournament, alone.
Three of the five All-Conference setters were from Stillwater County, and two of them played with the Renegades.
Senior Nynah Bryant and junior Jocelyn Ott were both named Second Team setters. Throughout RPR’s season, the pair worked very well together, often splitting the team’s assists almost evenly.
Sophomore Carlee Blodgett, a middle hitter, was awarded an Honorable Mention for her position. Blodgett hit the ball well during the season, and she has two more years to continue to hone her skills with the Renegades.
The Huskies had one All-Conference representative – junior Mallorey Sheppard. She was selected as a First Team middle hitter. Sheppard performed well this season, leading her team in at least one category statistically in almost every match.
The Panthers also had an All-Conference selection. Junior Blakely Verke was chosen as a Second Team setter. Despite the troubles Park City faced in the win-loss category, Verke played well, putting up a majority of the team’s assists throughout the season.