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Girl’s track advances individuals

The girls track team advanced a number of individuals out of the sectional to move onto next week’s North Central Regional. Taylor Potts was the individual champion in the shot put with a throw of 40′ 5″”. Finishing in the runner-up position were Samantha Roy in the pole vault and Shantez Goolsby in the high jump. Also advancing, were Kelsi Rhodes

Thompson wins Johnnny Wilson Award

Senior Darien Thompson was named the 2013 winner of the Johnny Wilson Award. This award is presented by the Herald Bulletin to the top three sport athlete in their readership area. This includes 11 schools. One award is presented to both the top male and female athlete. Darien excelled in soccer, basketball and track while

Thompson named Top 100

Senior Darien Thompson has been named to the Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 100 senior girls team for the 2012-13 season. The senior captain has been a four-year varsity player.

Thomas advances

Senior Bryant Thomas continues on in the state wrestling tournament. Bryant finished fourth at the Pendleton Heights wrestling regional to advance onto the New Castle Semi- State this Saturday. He will be wrestling a champion from one of the other feeder regionals. Good luck to Bryant.

Three Grapplers advance in State Tournamnet

 Three AHS wrestlers moved onto the Pendleton Heights wrestling regional this Saturday as part of the IHSAA state wrestling tournament. Senior Bryant Thomas at 138, freshman Zach Saylor at 195 and senior Tommie Larkin at 285, all will be competing at the regional. Thomas ran his record to 16-5 on the season. Saylor now stands

AHS swimmers three-peat

The Anderson High School boys swim team won the North Central Conference swim championships for the third year in a row. The Indians finished 6 points ahead of second place Kokomo. Senior Jason Cramer was crowned champion in both the 200 and 500 freestyle races. The Indians also had second place finishes by Ian McClurg

Nadaline wins national tournament

AHS junior Morgan Nadaline spent part of her Christmas break in New Orleans competing in the All State Sugar Bowl Golf Tournament. After the first round she sat in third place and then turned around on Saturday and ended up winning the tournament by one shot. This tournament was by invitation only and had competitors from