LAURYN PARRISH IS 2017 IHSAA GIRLS' SWIMMING MENTAL ATTITUDE
February 11, 2017
Congratulations to Lauryn Parrish of Fishers
HighSchool who was awarded to the IHSAA
Mental Attitude Award at Saturdays State Finals.
She qualified in the following events for the
2017 state finals, 200 yd. Freestyle, 100 yd.
Freestyle, 200 yd. Freestyle Relay, and 400 yd.
Freestyle Relay. Lauryn is an Olympic Trial Qualifier and in the three years, she has placed sixth or better in her respective events. She is also a 10-time All American Swimmer at Fishers High School.Besides being a member of the swimming team, Parrish has a 3.4 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Athletic Council,
NOBLESVILLE WINS HCC
WINTER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
March 13, 2017
Congratulations to the Millers of Noblesville, recipient of the
2016-17 HCC Sportsmanship Award. Below are winter staff members from Noblesville:
Front Row: Jeff Bryant, Principal, Donna Buckley, Girls' Basketball Coach,
and Rick Wolfred, Swimming Coach,
Back Row: Brian McCauley, Boys' Basketball Coach and Tony Oilar, Athletics Director
AVON'S GUNNAR LARSON WINS
WARD E. BROWN MENTAL ATTITUDE
AWARD IN WRESTLING
February 18, 2016
Gunnar Larson of Avon High School was named
winner of the 2017 Ward E. Brown Mental Attitude
Award by members of the IHSAA Executive Committee.
Larson is a four-time state qualifier and was runner-up at
the state finals as a junior. He is a four-time Varsity
letterman in wrestling at 220 lbs. each season. A three-time
captain, as well as two-time First Team Academic All-State.
Larson’s 151 wins is the most in school history and also
holds the record for mas a
varsity starting defensive player for three years.
from the HCC
2016-17 WINTER HCC COTY ANNOUNCED
March 13, 2017
Monday evening HCC Winter "Coaches of the Year" were announce.
Darrick Snyder, Brownsburg (Wrestling), Scott Kubley, Zionsville (Boys' Swimming),
Shaun Busick, Zionsville (Boys' Basketball), and Andy McGuire, Zionsville (Girls' Basketball). Not pictured, Jay Chambers, Fishers (Girls' Swimming).
FRANKLIN CENTRAL JOINS THE HCC!
March 15, 2017
~ Released from Westfield High School ~
The high schools of Avon, Brownsburg, Fishers, Hamilton SE, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville have agreed to add Franklin Central High School to the prestigious Hoosier Crossroads Conference.
Westfield principal and current HCC president, Dr. Stacy McGuire, made the following statement. “The HCC is excited to add Franklin Central High School. The administrators, coaches, athletes and community of this school will be great partners and will grow our conference to 8 members. Our conference looks forward to competing with Franklin Central High School”
Franklin Central was approved Monday, March 13, 2017 at the Board of Control meeting. From that meeting the decision was made to add Franklin Central as a member beginning with the 2018 school year.
The high schools of Avon, Brownsburg, Fishers, Franklin Central, Hamilton Southeastern, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville are very excited with this addition to our conference group and feel it will provide a bright future and high level of competition for our student-athletes, coaches, and fans.
BROWNSBURG WINS IHSAA
WRESLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
February 18, 2017
The Bulldogs of Brownsburg won the 2017 IHSAA Wrestling State Championship this evening with a team total of 100 points. Chesterton was second with 80 points. Avon was 11th (39 points) and HSE 57th (3 points).
Brownsburg's Brayton Lee was a state champions in the 145 pound class.Other Bulldog wrestlers finishing in the top 8 were: Drake Campbell (5th-106 lb),Ty Mills (2nd-120 lb), Blake Mulkey (2nd-126 lb), Nathan Walton (3rd-182 lb), Isaac McCormick (7th-220 lb), and Rickie Clark (4th-280 lb). Avon top 8 finishers were: Ray Rioux (6th-106 lb), Asa Garcia (3rd-113 lb), Nathan Conley (6th-138 lb), and Gunnar Larson (3rd-220 b). HSE had one top 8 finish with Alec Jessop (8th-182 lb).
HERMAN F. KELLER MENTAL ATTITUDE
AWARD IN BOYS' STATE SWIMMING
GOES TO TYLER HARMON
Feb 25, 2017
At the conclusion of Saturday's state meet Zionsville's Tyler Harmon was recognized by the IHSAA as this year’s winner of the Herman F. Keller Mental Attitude Award.
Harmon was a member of Zionsville’s first place 200 Medley Relay
team, He also finished third in the 200
Freestyle, runner-up in the 100
Backstroke, andwas a member of the
runner-up 400 Freestyle Relay team.
He is the son of Bryan and Xuejun Gu
Harmon and will attend Yale University where
he will continue competing in swimming seek
to complete a degree economics and
ZIONSVILLE IS IHSAA STATE BOYS'
SWIMMING and DIVING STATE RUNNER-UP
February 25, 2017
Zinosville had a strong day at the IHSAA Boys' State Swimming and Diving Finals yesterday finishing in 2nd place to state champion Carmel. The Eagles had 229 team points and Carmel had 359. Fishers was 8th (111 pts), HSE 15th (46 pts), Westfield 31 (10 pts), Avon 33rd (9 pts), and Noblesville 37th (6 pts). Zionsville had two champions - the 200 Medley Relay team of Tyler Harmon, Brock Brown, Andrew Schuler, and Jack Franzman set a state record of 1:29.44 to earn that championship, and in the 50 Free Jack Franzman was the state champion. In the prelims on Friday, Franzman set a state record of 19.85 in the 50.