Inman and Moundridge were well represented on the Heart of America basketball teams announced on Monday.
The Inman boys, who finished third in Class 2A, placed Payton Froese and Mason Thiessen on the first team and they were joined by Moundridge’s Dillon Vogts.
Also on the first team were Kaleb Hammeke of Class 2A runner-up Trinity Catholic, Brayden Marciano of Remington, Kiegan Vogt of Berean and Sam Zinn of Marion.
Second-team picks were Chase Stringer of Marion, Devin Rust and Chase Wiebe of Berean, Lucas Hammeke of Trinity Catholic, Mason Lacey of Sedgwick, Tyus Wilson of Sterling and Treyton Peterson of Ell-Saline.
Inman’s Jaxon Eddy and Moundridge’s Brady Helms were picked to the honorable mention team. They were joined by Joshua Bridgewater of Trinity Catholic, Jadihn Martin of Remington, Caleb Bisterfeldt of Berean, Trey Bright and Kale Schroeder of Sedgwick, Brady Myers of Sterling, Tyler Stanley and Will Oldham of Bennington, and Noah Dallrmple of Marion.
On the girls’ side, Moundridge’s Kourtney Kaufman was selected to the first team.
She was joined by Grace Thompson of Sedgwick, Olivia Shank and Hayley Hughes of Trinity Catholic, Chloe Stanley of Bennington, Brooke Wiebe of Berean and Kinze Comley of Sterling.
Inman’s Rachel Harman, Dantlie Raney and Macy DeWitt headlined the second team. Also picked were Mallory Wiebe of Berean, Kali Briar and Kayla Morris of Sterling, and Bethany Begehr of Remington.
Moundridge’s Erin Durst and Inman’s Lauren Maurer were honorable mention selections. They were joined by Taylinn Lacey of Sedgwick, Regan Robinson and Kyla Kind of Bennington, Anna Eldredge of Berean, Meg Friday of Trinity Catholic, Corrina Crabb of Marion and Grace Rowland of Sterling.