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Marauders win 2022 HHC boys track title

The Mt. Vernon Marauders repeated as the Hoosier Heritage Conference boys track and field champion, tallying 183 points to beat runner-up Delta by a 60-point margin.

The Marauders had eight individual champions. George Burhenn won both hurdles races. Samuel Wilson won the 3200, Tristan Trevino the 800 Keagan La Belle the pole vault and Andres Langston the 400. Burhenn, Wilbert Jones, Trevino and Langston won the 4×400, while Joseph Blagrave, William Morris, Daylon King and Trevino won the 4×800.

Delta’x 4×100 relay of Brayden Stanley, Johnathan Chimbanda, Abram Stitt and Quinn Backus set a new HHC record with a time of 43.34.

Delta had two double-individual champions. Backus swept the 100 and 200, while Stitt won both the high jump and long jump. Yorktown’s Mason Moulton was also a double-winner, taking both the shot put and discus. Luke Harber won the 1600 for the Tigers. All of the individual champions were from MV, Delta and Yorktown.

Individual champions

  • 100: Quinn Backus, Delta, 11.08
  • 200: Quinn Backus, Delta, 22.49
  • 400: Andres Langston, Mt. Vernon, 49.93
  • 800: Tristan Trevino, Mt. Vernon, 1:57.67
  • 1600: Luke Harber, Yorktown, 4:29.79
  • 3200: Samuel Wilson, Mt. Vernon, 9:55.26
  • 110H: George Burhenn, Mt. Vernon, 15.30
  • 300H: George Burhenn, Mt. Vernon, 39.70
  • 4×100: Delta (Brayden Stanley, Johnathan Chimbanda, Abram Stitt, Quinn Backus), 43.34
  • 4×400: Mt. Vernon (George Burhenn, Wilbert Jones, Tristan Trevino, Andres Langston), 3:26.38
  • 4×800: Mt. Vernon (Joseph Blagrave, William Morris, Daylon King, Tristan Trevino), 8:14.18
  • HJ: Abram Stitt, Delta, 6-5
  • PV: Keagan La Belle, Mt. Vernon, 14-0
  • LJ: Abram Stitt, Delta, 22-9.5
  • SP: Mason Moulton, Yorktown, 48-10
  • Disc: Mason Moulton, Yorktown, 156-7

 

2022 Boys Track & Field Standings

PosTeamPF
1183
2123
389
482
577
628
719
818
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Dragons win 2022 girls track title

The New Palestine Dragons clinched the 2022 Hoosier Heritage Conference girls track and field championship Tuesday, May 10 at Mt. Vernon, using three individual champions and their depth to win a close four-way meet.

The Dragons won their ninth title overall and their fourth in the last five HHC meets. They were led by champions Rylee Hurst (400), Sydney Miller (discus) and Quin Lumbley (shot put).

NP tallied 115.33 points. Greenfield-Central (105.5) was second, Delta (98) third and defending champion Mt. Vernon (92.83) fourth.

Delta’s Nicki Southerland was a three-event winner, claiming the titles in the 800, 1600 and 3200. Greenfield-Central’s Kayana Maroska won two events – the 200 and 100 hurdles. She led the Cougars to five individual titles, joining Savannah Lake (100), Reagan Crouch (300H) and Madelyn Mies (pole vault).

Yorktown’s Paige Taylor was also part of three victories. She won the high jump and teamed with Mya Spangler, Paige Brooks and Brooke Miles to win both the 4×100 and 4×400.

Individual HHC champions

  • 100: Savannah Lake, Greenfield-Central, 13.00
  • 200: Kayana Maroska, Greenfield-Central, 26.03
  • 400: Rylee Hurst, New Palestine, 1:01.13
  • 800: Nicki Southerland, Delta, 2:15.49
  • 1600: Nicki Southerland, Delta, 4:57.46
  • 3200: Nicki Southerland, Delta, 11:21.28
  • 100H: Kayana Maroska, Greenfield-Central, 15.84
  • 300H: Reagan Crouch, Greenfield-Central, 47.60
  • HJ: Paige Taylor, Yorktown, 5-0
  • PV: Madelyn Mies, Greenfield-Central, 8-0
  • LJ: Kendra Keesling, Delta, 16-0
  • SP: Quin Lumbley, New Palestine, 40-2
  • Disc: Sydney Miller, New Palestine, 130-2
  • 4×100: Yorktown (Mya Spangler, Paige Taylor, Paige Brooks, Brooke Miles), 51.73
  • 4×400: Yorktown (Mya Spangler, Paige Brooks, Brooke Miles, Paige Taylor) 4:14.00
  • 4×800: Mt. Vernon (Alexandra Overshiner, Lydia Carrell, Emma Gasiorek, Morgan Tharp 9:56.68.

2022 Girls Track & Field Standings

PosTeamPF
1115.33
2105.5
398
492.83
573
664.33
749
826

2022 HHC Girls Track & Field Results

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HHC announces 2021-22 All-Conference boys basketball team

Twelve players, representing all eight HHC schools, lead the 2021-22 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference boys basketball team.

HHC champion Mt. Vernon was represented by two players, while fellow sectional champion Yorktown was represented by A.J. Dunn. The team was chosen by a vote of the eight HHC coaches.

Daniel Cox of New Castle was named Coach of the Year after leading the Trojans to a runner-up finish and a 5-2 league record.

The team includes the HHC’s leading scorer, Shelbyville’s Oliver Sandman (20.5 ppg), top rebounder Ian Stephens of New Palestine (9.7 rpg) and assists leader Blaine Nunnally of New Palestine (4.3 apg).

2021-22 All-HHC boys basketball

  • Neil Marshall, Sr., Delta
  • Dylan Moles, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • Amhad Jarrard, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Armon Jarrard, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Gavin Welch, Jr., New Castle
  • Dawson Scott, Sr., New Castle
  • Ian Stephens, Jr., New Palestine
  • Steele Brasfield, Sr., New Palestine
  • Blaine Nunnally, Jr., New Palestine
  • Jamison Dunham, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Oliver Sandman, Jr., Shelbyville
  • A.J. Dunn, Jr., Yorktown

Coach of the Year: Daniel Cox, New Castle

2021-22 Boys Basketball Standings

PosTeamCWCLWL
170223
252197
352175
443158
53`4816
6251212
7251015
807518
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HHC announces 2021-22 all-conference girls basketball team

Two players from Hoosier Heritage Conference champion Pendleton Heights and three from sectional champion Mt. Vernon highlight the 2021-22 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference girls basketball team.

The All-Conference team features the league’s top six scorers – New Palestine’s Isabella Gizzi (20.5 ppg), Shelbyville’s Kylee Edwards (17.2 ppg), New Castle’s Maddy Meek (16.5 ppg), Pendleton Heights’ Kaycie Warfel (15.7 ppg), Greenfield-Central’s Chaney Brown (15.5 ppg) and NP’s Alaina Miller (14.6 ppg). It also features conference assists leader Abi Rosenkrans of Pendleton Heights (3.2 apg). Gizzi also led the conference in steals (3.1 spg).

The 13-player team includes players from all eight HHC schools. It is comprised of five seniors, four juniors, two sophomores and two freshmen.

Pendleton Heights’ Chad Cook was named Coach of the Year after leading the Arabians to their first conference title since 2018.

2021-22 All-HHC girls basketball

  • Abby Rouse, Jr., Delta
  • Chaney Brown, Fr., Greenfield-Central
  • Ellery Minch, So., Mt. Vernon
  • Maddie Swingle, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Shay Shipley, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Emma Hart, So., New Castle
  • Maddy Meek, Sr., New Castle
  • Isabella Gizzi, Jr., New Palestine
  • Alaina Miller, Sr., New Palestine
  • Abi Rosenkrans, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Kaycie Warfel, Fr., Pendleton Heights
  • Kylee Edwards, Jr., Shelbyville
  • Amari Wright, Jr., Yorktown

Coach of the Year: Chad Cook, Pendleton Heights

2021-22 Girls Basketball Standings

PosTeamCWCLWL
170196
261179
3431410
4431112
5341311
634913
716518
807319
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Cougars, Marauders win 2021-22 swimming titles

The Greenfield-Central girls scored 503 points to win the Hoosier Heritage Conference swimming and diving title, while Mt. Vernon scored 350.5 points to hold off Delta (336) to win its second straight boys title.

G-C had two quadruple-winners – Mary Ellen Stratman (200MR, 400FR, 100 fly, 100 back) and Norah Johnson (200MR, 400FR, 100 free, 100 breast). G-C’s Alyssa Osborn won three events (200MR, 400FR, 200 IM). Pendleton Heights’ Grace McKinney was a double-winner (200FR, 200 free).

In the boys meet, Yorktown’s Gannon Crosser won three events (200MR, 50 free, 100 back), as did Mt. Vernon’s Matthew Garey (200 IM, 100 breast, 200FR). Yorktown’s Henry Ko (500 free, 200MR) and MV’s Brady Gray (200FR, 100 free) won two events each.

G-C’s Emily Logan (girls) and Delta’s Laura Seibold-Caudill (boys) were named HHC Coaches of the Year.

HHC champions
GIRLS

  • Diving: Madelyn Heineman, Pendleton Heights, 331.55
  • 200MR: Greenfield-Central (Alyssa Osborn, Norah Johnson, Mary Ellen Stratman, Rachel Stutz), 1:01.54
  • 200 free: Grace McKinney, Pendleton Heights, 1:59.40
  • 200 IM: Alyssa Osborn, Greenfield-Central, 2:14.18
  • 50 free: Karissa Hamilton, Shelbyville, 24.82
  • 100 butterfly: Mary Ellen Stratman, Greenfield-Central, 1:00.10
  • 100 free: Norah Johnson, Greenfield-Central, 55.48
  • 500 free: Lylah Hutson, New Castle, 5:16.41
  • 200FR: Pendleton Heights (Jaima Link, Mallory Gentry, Sophie Kaster, Grace McKinney), 1:44.04
  • 100 backstroke: Mary Ellen Stratman, Greenfield-Central, 1:00.84
  • 100 breaststroke: Norah Johnson, Greenfield-Central, 1:06.29
  • 400 FR: Greenfield-Central (Rachel Stutz, Mary Ellen Stratman, Alyssa Osborn, Norah Johnson, 3:44.09)

BOYS

  • Diving: Kien Dalton, Greenfield-Central, 431.40
  • 200MR: Yorktown (Gannon Crosser, Sam Brumley, Henry Ko, Dray Caldwell), 1:43.84
  • 200 free: Tyler Harker, Shelbyville, 1:49.90
  • 200 IM: Matthew Garey, Mt. Vernon, 2:02.14
  • 50 free: Gannon Crosser, Yorktown, 21.98
  • 100 butterfly: Juan Gonzalez-Gallego, Shelbyville, 53.79
  • 100 free: Brady Gray, Mt. Vernon, 49.01
  • 500 free: Henry Ko, Yorktown, 4:57.79
  • 200FR: Mt. Vernon (Brady Gray, Ethan Murphy, Caleb Strege, Matthew Garey), 1:33.11
  • 100 backstroke: Gannon Crosser, Yorktown, 54.62
  • 100 breaststroke: Matthew Garey, Mt. Vernon, 1:01.75
  • 400 FR: Delta (Eli Arnold, Zachary Baty, Brayden Bowman, Brad Shue), 3:22.84

2021-22 Girls swimming and diving standings

PosTeamPF
1503
2395
3257
4228
5204
6196
7183
8134

2021-22 Boys swimming and diving standings

PosTeamPF
1350.5
2336
3310
4288
5209
6202
6204.5
8192

2021-22 Swimming and Diving full results

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HHC announces 2021 All-Conference football team

Thirty-two players have been selected to the 2021 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference football team.

The team is led by six players from HHC champion Mt. Vernon and seven from runner-up New Palestine. Both teams won sectional championships this season. Third-place Greenfield-Central had six selections. Mt. Vernon’s Vince Lidy was named HHC Coach of the Year.

2021 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference football

Offense

  • OL: Hunter Wallace, Jr., Delta
  • OL: Brayden Flener, So., Greenfield-Central
  • OL: Ian Moore, So., New Palestine
  • OL: Sam Morrisey, Jr., Pendleton Heights
  • OL: Jackson New, Jr., Yorktown
  • WR: Rashawn Street, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • WR: Ashden Gentry, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • WR: Kyle Gabbard, Sr., New Castle
  • WR: Kolton Nanko, Jr., Yorktown
  • QB: Gehrig Slunaker, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • QB: Damon Hockett, Sr., New Palestine
  • RB: Andrew Zellers, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • RB: Keagan La Belle, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • RB: Grayson Thomas, So., New Palestine

Defense

  • DL: Ben Morris, Sr., Delta
  • DL: Brad Allen, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • DL: Ray Wells, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • DL: Derek Lowder, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • LB: Spencer Johnson, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • LB: Max Hayse, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • LB: Je Eberhart, Jr., New Castle
  • LB: Eli Hook, Jr., New Palestine
  • LB: Gus Walling, Sr., New Palestine
  • LB: Dresden Roberts, So., Pendleton Heights
  • DB: George Burhenn, Jr., Mt. Vernon
  • DB: Brevan Thrine, Jr., New Castle
  • DB: Blaine Nunnally, Jr., New Palestine
  • DB: Jake Ehrgott, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • DB: Adam Morrow, Sr., Yorktown

Specialists

  • K: Brendan Tanksley, Jr., New Palestine
  • P: Brady Durnell, Sr., Greenfield-Central

Coach of the Year: Vince Lidy, Mt. Vernon

2021 Football Standings

PosTeamCWCLWL
170141
26184
34274
43455
43455
61556
71528
80416

 

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HHC announces 2021 all-conference girls soccer team

Six players from Hoosier Heritage Conference champion Mt. Vernon and four each from New Palestine and Greenfield-Central lead the 24-player All-HHC girls soccer team.

Mt. Vernon’s Aaron Britt and Shelbyville’s Chelsea Dourson were named co-Coaches of the Year.

2021 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference girls soccer

  • Addie Chester, Sr., Delta
  • Jessica Merritt, So., Greenfield-Central
  • Courtney Vaughn, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • Kalyn Moss, So., Greenfield-Central
  • Sarah Contrarez, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • Maddie Swingle, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Shay Shipley, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Bri Hale, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Lily Wilson, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Ellie Gawrys, So, Mt. Vernon
  • Kylie Brandes, Fr., Mt. Vernon
  • Maggie Lewis, Sr., New Castle
  • Allie Blum, So., New Palestine
  • Sydney Miller, Jr., New Palestine
  • Tylar Whitaker, Fr., New Palestine
  • Anna Luker, Jr., New Palestine
  • Isabelle Phillips, So, Pendleton Heights
  • Kaitlyn Prickett, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Katie Coleman, Fr., Pendleton Heights
  • Sophie Parker, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Evelyn Kiefer, Jr., Shelbyville
  • Ava Wilson, So., Shelbyville
  • Chloe Mariotti, Sr., Yorktown
  • Hayley Reece, So., Yorktown

Coaches of the Year: Aaron Britt, Mt. Vernon; Chelsea Dourson, Shelbyville

2020 Girls Soccer Standings

PosTeamCWCLWLT
1701611
2611630
3521070
443791
534782
6258100
716790
8071111
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HHC announces 2021 all-conference boys soccer team

The Hoosier Heritage Conference’s four conference champions were all well-represented on the 24-member 2021 All-HHC boys soccer team.

Yorktown’s Shane Guinn, Pendleton Heights’ Kyle Davy and New Palestine’s Brett Canova were all named co-Coaches of the Year. Each of the co-champions had four representatives named to the team.

2021 All-HHC boys soccer

  • Zion Griffis, Sr., Delta
  • Aidan Pierce, Sr., Delta
  • John Halvorsen, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • Bryce Kinnaman, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • Hunter Stine, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • Tyler Kerkhof, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • Jordan Small, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Zack Johnson, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Tyler Webb, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Ian Thurlow, Sr., New Castle
  • Elliott Canova, So., New Palestine
  • Garrett Canova, Sr., New Palestine
  • Alex Richwine, So., New Palestine
  • Ethan Windham, Sr., New Palestine
  • William Phillips, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Kam Kail, Jr., Pendleton Heights
  • Cole Bubalo, Jr., Pendleton Heights
  • Grant Koperczak, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Brayden Basey, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Rey Bramasco, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Aden Lovelace, Sr., Yorktown
  • Jackson Furnish, Jr., Yorktown
  • Clay Kruger, Sr., Yorktown
  • Nicholas Romano, Sr., Yorktown

Coaches of the Year: Shane Guinn, Yorktown; Brett Canova, New Palestine; Kyle Davy, Pendleton Heights

2020 Boys Soccer Standings

PosTeamCWCLWLT
1521530
2521060
352790
452690
5431170
625961
725890
8074112
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HHC announces 2021 all-conference volleyball team

Four players from Hoosier Heritage Conference champion Yorktown and three each from 20-win teams Mt. Vernon, New Palestine and Pendleton Heights lead the 2021 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference volleyball team.

Stephanie Bloom of Yorktown was named Coach of the Year, leading the Tigers to a 29-4 record and a sectional title.

2021 All-HHC volleyball

  • Emily Reno, So., Delta
  • Cecilia Bulmahn, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Rylee Ugen, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Abby Herman, Jr., Mt. Vernon
  • Reagan Kleiman, Jr., New Palestine
  • Grace Myers, Sr., New Palestine
  • Lauren Wilson, Fr., New Palestine
  • Avery Ross, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Ramsey Gary, Jr., Pendleton Heights
  • Olivia Wright, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Emma Nolley, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Ava Eakins, Sr., Yorktown
  • Emilee Hill, Jr., Yorktown
  • Charlotte Vinson, Fr., Yorktown
  • Addi Applegate, Fr., Yorktown

Coach of the Year: Stephanie Bloom, Yorktown

2020 Volleyball Standings

PosTeamCWCLWL
170280
261185
352225
443209
525238
625209
7251713
807613

 

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HHC announces 2021 all-conference tennis team

The Hoosier Heritage Conference has announced the 2021 All-Conference boys tennis team.

Six athletes from HHC champion Delta and four from runner-up New Palestine lead the squad. New Palestine’s Jean Graham was named Coach of the Year, leading the Dragons to a 19-4 record.

2021 All-HHC boys tennis

Singles

  • Trent Alfrey, New Castle
  • Adam Altobella, Delta
  • Adam Koon, Mt. Vernon
  • Ezra Schwier, New Palestine
  • Owen Vest, Delta
  • Colin Darley, New Palestine

Doubles

  • Dalton Royal/Walker Boyle, Delta
  • Jack Weidner/Corbin Tilley, Greenfield-Central
  • Ethan Darby/Raphael Sabijon, Yorktown
  • Jackson Havel/Clayton Wesley, New Palestine

Coach of the Year: Jean Graham, New Palestine

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