By RICK PETERSON
EASTON BRADSTREET, Washburn Rural
The Washburn Rural senior forward received Class 6A All-State first-team honors from the Kansas High School Soccer Coaches Association after scoring 29 goals and leading the Junior Blues to a 16-5 record and a fourth-place finish in the 6A state tournament. Bradstreet finished his senior year with a share of Rural's career scoring record with 57 goals.
BRADY CHRISTIANSEN, Washburn University
A 6-foot-7 forward out of Lincoln, Neb., Christiansen scored 9 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, including 11 offensive boards, in Washburn's 70-63 men's basketball win over William Jewell last Wednesday. Christiansen's 19 boards were the most by an Ichabod since former WU star Brady Skeens had a pair of 22-rebound games in 2017.
AUBREE DEWEY, Washburn University
A 5-7 junior guard out of Plainville, Dewey scored a game and career-high 20 points in Washburn's 65-63 women's basketball win over Southern Nazarene last Friday in the Washburn Classic. Dewey hit a pair of 3-pointers and also dished out three assists for the Ichabods.
FINN DUNSHEE, Hayden
A 5-8, 160-pound junior running back/linebacker, Dunshee carried the ball 19 times for 123 rushing yards and also scored a touchdown on a 70-yard pass from Jett Wahlmeier in Hayden's 48-17 loss to Holton in a Class 3A sub-state contest last Friday night. Dunshee finished Hayden's 10-2 season with 1,150 rushing yards on 96 carries and 17 total touchdowns.
JORDAN GARVIN, Shawnee Heights
A senior forward, Garvin received Class 5A All-State first-team honors from the Kansas High School Soccer Coaches Association after leading the T-Birds to an 11-6-1 record and the United Kansas Conference championship. Garvin was named the UKC player of the year as a senior.
JALYN STEVENSON, Washburn University
Stevenson, a 5-10 sophomore out of Spring Hill, recorded a team-high 15 kills and had nine digs in No. 6 seeded Washburn's 25-21, 21-25, 19-25, 19-25 loss to No. 3 seed Minnesota Duluth last Friday in the NCAA Central Region quarterfinals at Wayne, Neb. last Friday. Stevenson was a first-team All-MIAA honoree for the 24-8 Ichabods.