Allen Community head volleyball coach Whitney Shaw was left searching for answers after her Lady Devils finished winless in the 2018 Jayhawk Conference.
The Register is on the lookout for our area’s top athletes! Whether it’s on the court, field, course, track or otherwise, we want to honor the best our area has to offer.
Each month, we’ll pick three male and female athletes as nominees for our Allen County Area Athletes of the Month. Readers can vote for their choices right here on this page.
The poll will go live at the end of the month and will remain up until Thursday at midnight. We’ll announce the winners that Saturday in both our print and online editions.
Now, most athletes will come from the high school ranks, but if you know a seven-year-old who’s the Babe Ruth of tee-ball or a 57-year-old who is pickleball’s Serena Williams, we will happily include them as well.
Know a superstar you think should be nominated? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include stats and reasons why they deserve to be honored. Include a picture if they’re not a high school athlete, and they very may end up a nominee!
Athletes of the Month
Jordan Mase crossed the pond between the United Kingdom and the United States for two reasons.
Allen Community College swept the awards for Allen County Area Athlete of the Month, as both Jordan Mase and Laia Jaca were selected as winners.
As if on schedule, frigid temperatures are signaling the conclusion of the fall sports season. Most fall sports are wrapping up this month before the winter sports season kicks off.
The reigning Pioneer League cross country champion Iola Fillies began the 2019 season with holes to fill. Iola had lost the sisters Elka and Ursula Billings to Crest High.
Some say, “If you’re not first, you’re last.”
For the first time in the Register’s history of Allen County Area Athletes of the Month… we had a tie!
With high school sports in full swing, the Register announces its September candidates for Allen County Area Athletes of the Month.
HUMBOLDT — Elizabeth “Lulu” Melendez has taken the Humboldt High cross country scene by storm.
What senior Casen Barker lacks in size, he makes up for in his dedication to perfection.
“It is a trait I have always had,” Barker said.
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