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Scholar athletes honored

The North Central Conference recently released the 2014 fall academic all conference selections and Anderson has a number of students named. The criteria is a fall varsity senior letter winner with a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA. Anderson student athletes honored include: Boys Cross Country- Ethan Strangeway, Greg Davis, Football- Austin Wilhoite, Girls Soccer- Marissa Childs, Gema

Fall AHS athletes honored

This fall several of the AHS student athletes were honored by the North Central Conference as making their respective sports all conference team. Student athletes honored this fall included: Dax Swanson- 1st team Tennis, Charlie Colip and Andrew Duquaine- 2nd team Tennis, Gema Rodriguez- 1st team G Soccer and Cody Gray- 1st team B Soccer.

Indian Runners Advance

The Anderson cross country teams had individuals advance out of the Pendleton Heights cross country sectional to move on to the Delta regional. Freshman Katie Bryson moved on for the girls and junior Austin Stevens and freshman Eddie Armalfitano moved on competing for the boys. At the regional, Stevens continued his season by qualifying for

Baseball Booster Club Minutes

AHS has formed a baseball booster club to support the young men involved in our program. The following is minutes from their initial meeting. Booster Club Minutes 7-30-14

Carter signs to play at Cincinnati State

Senior Samia Carter has signed to continue her basketball career next fall at Cincinnati State. The senior point guard that helped lead the Lady Tribe to two regionals during her career will move on to play next season for Coach Beeler at State.

Boyd and Gray nominated for Wilson Award

Senior Da’Sha Boyd and junior Cody Gray have been nominated for the annual Johnny Wilson Award. This award is sponsored by the Herald Bulletin and is presented to the top area three sport athlete in both a male and female category.  The athletes must be three sport athletes for two years. Da’Sha has lettered in

Wrestlers continue on in tournament

Four of the Anderson wrestlers continued their run to Bankers Life and the State Meet as they advanced out of the Pendleton Heights Regional. Zach Amos, Bryant White, Rome Kayzer and Zach Saylor all advanced out of the regional and will compete at the New Castle Semi-State. None of the group were champions but they all finished within the

Wrestlers move on in state tournament

Anderson had 5 wrestlers move on from the Hamilton Heights Sectional to compete at the Regional. Individual champions included: Zach Amos (145), Bryant White (195) and Rome Kayzer (220). Also moving on were Anthony Fuller (152) and Zach Saylor (285). These young men will compete at the Pendleton Heights Regional which draws teams and individuals

Trio of wrestlers reign as NCC Champs

Zach Amos (145), Bryant White (195) and Rome Kayzer (220) each won their respective weight class at the North Central Conference Championships held at Huntington North. The meet had to be moved from a Saturday to the following Wednesday due to weather but it didn’t stop the trio from prevailing. The team finished third on

Lady Tribe make it a clean sweep

The Anderson Lady Tribe completes the sweep as Madison County Champions. The boy’s program won it the previous night. The Lady Tribe defeated the Lady Panthers of Elwood on their home floor to win the championship. The final score was 77-35. Pendleton Heights and Alexandria also fell victim the Lady Tribe. Pendleton Heights lost in