Fall Sports

Teary eyed and smiling, Senior Dagny Gladwell gives her speech at the Girls Golf Banquet on October 25. Gladwell remembers why she started playing.“I chose to keep playing competitively because it is what I love to do.” she said. “You can’t beat the feeling of hard work paying off and the better you get, the harder you want to work.”
Smiling at her teammates, Sophomore Maegan Watson receives her second varsity letter at the Girls Golf Banquet on October 25. This marks the completion of her second season on the team. “There’s something about golf that makes it the perfect balance of team and individual competition.” Watson said.”It is such a stress reliever as well as a fun environment.”
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Photo Gallery: Girls Golf Banquet
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Eyes on the clock, senior Bria King checks the remaining time against Fishers Sept. 7. From a young age King was inspired by her cousins to play volleyball. “My favorite part is when the team wins a pint on a big kill or block,” King said. “It seems like everyone, even those on the bench get extremely excited.”
Huddled up, senior Meredith Phillips listened to the advice of her coach Sept. 7. Phillips enjoyed the communication and trust that comes with being a part of the team. “You have to trust one another and do your job,” Phillips said. “It shows how everyone has a role, and that everyone contributes in different ways to the game.”
Arms outstretched, senior Lark Jones high-fives her teammates at the mudsock game Sept. 7. Jones had played volleyball for 6 years. “I just sort of found volleyball and decided to try it,” Jones said. “I get to play everyday with a team that works hard and has a passion for volleyball.”
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Photo Gallery: Girls Varsity Volleyball vs Fishers
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Arm around his teammate, senior Matt Kuster celebrates after Darian Ghaffarl scores a goal against Brebeuf Preparatory School on Sat. Sept. 2. “[I love that] I get to be with my friends and I love the game itself,” Kuster said. “I can get my mind off other things in life and focus on something I love.”
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Photo Gallery: Boys Varsity Soccer V. Brebeuf Preparatory School
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