The Ashby-Brandon-Evansville track and field team named Kobe Reiland and Cailey Schlosser as its MVPs from this past spring season.
Reiland wrapped up his career by finishing eighth in the 110-meter hurdles (17.58) and 10th in the 300 hurdles (45.58) at the section championship.
Schlosser qualified for the section meet in the discus where she finished 10th overall with a throw of 80 feet. The senior was fourth at the subsection meet with a throw of 86-4.
Junior Derick Novotny was the boys’ Most Improved Award winner. Novotny qualified for the Section 6A meet in the 100-meter dash where he took sixth place in a time of 11.92 seconds. He was also part of the 4x100 relay team that took fourth in the section in 46.36 and the 4x200 team that finished eighth (1:37.32).
Solomon Wales, a freshman, earned A-B-E’s Newcomer Award for the boys. He wrapped up his season with a 10th-place finish at the Section 6A meet in the 3200 run (11:10.03) and by anchoring the 4x800 relay team that finished seventh in sections (9:21.10).
Deklin Goeden wrapped up A-B-E’s team award winners for the boys as he earned the Heart of a Champion Award. Goeden was a senior for this group who finished 12th at the subsection meet in the shot put (33-10) and seventh in the discus (110-10).
Sophomore Gretchen Bredberg earned the Heart of a Champion Award for the girls. Her season included running the 1600 at the Pheasant Conference championship meet where she was eighth in 6:47.01.
Freshman Lucea Wales earned her team’s Most Improved Award. Wales showed a lot of versatility by competing at the subsection meet in the 800-meter run (17th, 2:58), triple jump (seventh, 33-0.25), 4x200 relay (fifth, 1:56.69) and 4x800 relay (fourth, 11:18.56).
Ashley Paulsen is another freshman for A-B-E who competed in multiple events at the subsection meet. She earned the team’s Newcomer Award after running the 1600-meter race (ninth, 6:46.62), the 4x400 relay (fourth, 4:51.82) and the 4x800 relay (fourth, 11:18.56), while also throwing the discus at subsections.