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Redinger, Colton Markley earn top NISC awards

Richard, Stone, Allen, Cam Markley also recognized


Sports Editor, RTC

Boys soccer

Argos junior Teddy Redinger has been named Northern Indiana Soccer Conference Player of the year, and senior teammate Colton Markley has been named NISC Goalkeeper of the Year in voting done by the conference’s coaches and released to the media Monday.

Redinger and Markley are among four Dragons named first-team all-NISC. Michael Richard and Gabe Stone were also voted to the first team.

Devon Allen and Cameron Markley earned honorable mention status.

Redinger had a team-high 27 goals and 10 assists. Richard had 23 goals and 12 assists. Colton Markley allowed just one goal in 305 minutes covering 22 games. Stone had seven goals and 12 assists.

Allen was third on the team with 12 goals. He also had six assists.

Cameron Markley had four goals and 12 assists.

Argos went 5-0 to win the conference title.


Colton Markley (Argos), Teddy Redinger (Argos), Michael Richard (Argos), Gabe Stone (Argos), William Graham (Culver Academy), Jed Lee (Culver Academy), Francisco Septien (Culver Academy), Henry Lee (Trinity Greenlawn), Peter Loughran (Trinity Greenlawn), Beck Willems (Bethany Christian), Colin Ward (Bethany Christian), Brayden Lane (Lakeland Christian), Josiah Simpson (Elkhart Christian)


Devon Allen (Argos), Cameron Markley (Argos), Evan Bowser (Culver Academy), Leo Brummell (Culver Academy), Patricio Quintanilla Giordano (Culver Academy), George Aranowski (Trinity Greenlawn), Lukas Beyerlein (Trinity Greenlawn), Jacob Palmer (Trinity Greenlawn), Dylan Horning (Bethany Christian), Jordan Ross Richer (Bethany Christian), Landen Bremer (Lakeland Christian), Garrett McKeever (Lakeland Christian), L.J. Bevier (Elkhart Christian)

NISC player of the year – Teddy Redinger (Argos)

NISC goalkeeper of the year – Colton Markley (Argos)


Argos 5-0, Culver Academy 4-1, Trinity Greenlawn 3-2, Bethany Christian 2-3, Lakeland Christian 1-4, Elkhart Christian 0-5

The Northern Indiana Soccer Conference has named Argos junior Teddy Redinger its player of the year. Redinger led the Class 1A state runner-up Dragons with 27 goals.

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