LAURYN PARRISH IS 2017 IHSAA GIRLS' SWIMMING MENTAL ATTITUDE AWARD WINNER

February 11, 2017

                                              

    Congratulations to Lauryn Parrish of Fishers High

School 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,

and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, as well as several more.    

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ZIONSVILLE WINS HCC BOYS' BASKETBALL TITLE

February 17, 2017

                                              

    In a night of big games, Zionsville came out on top to win the 2016-17 HCC Boys' Basketball Championship.  Final standing are:

                  1st - Zionsville (5-1)                       4th - Fishers (3-3)

                  2nd - Brownsburg (4-2)                 6th - Noblesville ( 2-4)

                  2nd - HSE (4-2)                               7th - Westfield (0-6)

                  4th - Avon (3-3)

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IHSAA BOYS' BASKETBALL

SECTIONAL PAIRING ANNOUNCED

February 19, 2017

                                              

    Boys' basketball sectional begins February 28th.  Below are match-ups for sectional play:

Sectional #7 at Lafayette Jeff                          Sectional #8 at Carmel

  Feb 28 - Zionsville vs. Harrison                           Feb 28 - Fishers vs.HSE

                                                                               Feb 28 - Westfield vs. Carmel

Sectional #12 at Plainfield

  Feb 28 - Brownsburg vs. T.H. North

  Feb 28 - Avon vs. T.H. South

 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).



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AVON'S GUNNAR LARSON WINS WARD E. BROWN

MENTAL ATTITUDE AWARD IN WRESTLING


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 most takedowns in school history.

Larson also participated in football, furthermore he was a

varsity starting defensive player for three years.

IHSAA STATE BOYS' SWIMMING and DIVING FINALS

HEAT, PSYCH SHEETS,

and DIVING ORDER POSTED

February 24, 2017

                                            

    The IHSAA Boys' State Swimming and Diving moves on to Saturday.  The top 16 in each swimming event from Friday’s prelims  return to competition on Saturday starting at 1:00 PM.  The top eight individuals vying for state championship honors. Those finishing nine through 16 on Friday will make up the competitors in the consolation heats.

     In diving, the top 20 of 32 competitors will advance from the prelims to the semis after five dives each. After three dives each in the semis, the top 16 will then advance to the final round for another three dives each Saturday afternoon.

   Below are "heat sheets" and "dive order" for Saturday: