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Postseason awards: Ashley Paulson earns two team-voted honors for Ashby-Brandon-Evansville

The Ashby-Brandon-Evansville cross county programs handed out three team awards for both the boys and girls teams as Quynn Behrens and Donell Lee were part of that group by earning the Best Teammate Award.

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Ashby-Brandon-Evansville cross country award winners from the 2021 season are, back row, left to right, Logan Froemming, Jayden Hoidahl, Donell Lee, Wes Siira, Kenneth Spielman, front row, Ashley Paulson and Quynn Behrens. Contributed photo

The Ashby-Brandon-Evansville cross county programs handed out three team awards for both the boys and girls teams as Quynn Behrens and Donell Lee were part of that group by earning the Best Teammate Award.

Both athletes made the team better through multiple ways and were willing to help teammates throughout the season.

Ashley Paulson and Kenneth Spielman were the Most Improved Award winners. Paulson also earned the Extra Mile Award for the girls that goes to the individual who puts in the best effort for the program. Jayden Hoidahl earned that same award for the boys.

A-B-E head coach Robert Bosma also honored all-conference award winners (top 15 individual finishers at conference meet). Logan Froemming was fifth at the league meet, and Wes Siira was 12th to earn that honor. Hoidahl was an honorable-mention all-conference runner with a 16th place finish.

Ashby-Brandon-Evansville also earned a section academic silver award for the athletes’ work in the classroom.

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A-B-E CROSS COUNTRY LETTER WINNERS - Hope Rovang, Lacey Siira, Yuyet Vy Bui, Quynn Behrens, Ashley Paulson, Kenneth Spielmann, August Bredberg, Donell Lee, Micah Fossell, Cohen Reiland, Logan Froemming, Kian Gackle, Jayden Hoidahl, Wes Siira, Abram Fossell

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Eric Morken is a sports and outdoor editor at the Echo Press Newspaper in Alexandria, Minnesota, a property of the Forum News Service. Morken covers a variety of stories throughout the Douglas County area, as well as statewide outdoor issues.
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