The North Decatur girls basketball team gathered for its end-of-season awards banquet Tuesday night in the cafeteria.
After desserts were enjoyed, head coach Brad Bryant announced awards for the junior high, junior varsity and varsity teams.
For the seventh grade team, Mary Hughes won the Free Throw award. Emily Martin was named the Most Improved, while Samantha Krieger won the Mental Attitude award.
For the eighth graders, Kirsten Ricke won the Free Throw award, Grade Wagner was named Most Improved, and Katie Coy won the Mental Attitude award.
On the varsity squad, Heather Hayden and Jenna Meyer were named team co-MVPs.
Kelly Schwering won the Mental Attitude award, and Amelia Daeger was named Most Improved.
The Most Outstanding Defense award went to Hayden, who also won the Most Assists award (50).
The Free Throw award went to Meyer, who shot 64 percent. She won the Highest Field Goal Percent award, after shooting 49 percent from the field. She also won the Most Rebounds award, pulling down 196 boards and 9.8 per game. Meyer ranked eighth in Class 2A Indiana in rebounding.