Nevada had three players named all-Heart of Iowa Conference by the conference coaches in 2019.


Junior outfielder/shortstop Addi Vorm, sophomore pitcher/outfielder Brooke Jensen and freshman pitcher Makayla Spaid were the three Cubs given all-conference honors.


Vorm made the all-HOIC second team. The rest of the second team was comprised of South Hamilton’s Emma Lewis and Jessi Harms; Gilbert’s Samantha Grove, Bella Nelson and Jordyn Pike; Saydel’s Jade Olsen, Rylee Carney and Sabrina McKay; Prairie City-Monroe’s Anna Shaver and Bella Hudnut; Greene County’s Jenna Beyers and Izzy Bravard; Roland-Story’s Madison Geise and North Polk’s Baily Hougham.


Vorm hit .273 in 11 conference games. She had two doubles, scored four runs and drove in six.


Jensen and Spaid were both names all-HOIC honorable mention.


Jensen also posted a .273 average and she had a .409 slugging average with three doubles, one home run, five runs and four RBIs. On the mound, Jensen had a 6.36 ERA in 22 innings.


Spaid went 1-2 with a 4.80 ERA, 10 strikeouts and seven walks in 23 ⅓ innings during conference games.


The all-HOIC first team was made up of: North Polk’s Sophie Swygman, Hannah Foster, Ellie Owen, Sydney Anderson and Carolyn Steffen; South Hamilton’s Taylor Volkmann, Breanne Diersen and Cortney Harris; Gilbert’s Riley Nelson and Nessa Johnson; Roland-Story’s Susie Weaver; Saydel’s Alle Thompson and Greene County’s Megan Carey.


Final HOIC standings


North Polk 12-2


South Hamilton 11-3


Gilbert 9-5


Saydel 7-7


Greene County 5-9


PCM 5-9


Roland-Story 4-10


Nevada 3-11