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Indian Lake’s Davis named Mad River co-player of year

Indian Lake sophomore Connor Davis helped lead the Lakers to the school’s first Central Buckeye Conference Mad River division title this fall and he was rewarded by being named the Mad River division co-player of the year.

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The Lakers won the CBC Mad River division with a 7-4 record and that was reflected in the all-league selections as Indian Lake had five first-team selections.

Davis missed part of the season with a broken foot, but still finished third in the league in scoring with 24 goals in 12 games played and had 52 points with a .687 shots on goal percentage. Urbana’s Jaymen Neff-Strickland shared the player of the year award with Davis.

Tecumseh’s Alberto Zaragoza was the Kenton Trail division player of the year.

Earning first-team honors in the CBC Mad River division for Indian Lake along with Davis were Dylan Cline, Dustin Roby, Zach Allison and Tyler Rode, while Benjamin Logan had Josh Kratz and Aaron Pennington on the first team.

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