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Pride! One Heart, One Tribe, Twin Lakes Indians Athletes FOOTBALL pg. 6 VOLLEYBALL pg. 16 BOYS SOCCER pg. 20 GIRLS SOCCER pg. 24 CHEERLEADING pg. 27 FOOTBALLUNIFIED pg. 12 GIRLSCOUNTRYCROSS pg. 29 BOYS COUNTRYCROSS pg. 30 BOYS TENNIS pg. 32 GIRLS GOLF pg. 34 SENIORSSENIORS
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To Our Fans: The student body of Twin Lakes High School would like to thank our loyal fans and encourage them to be respectful and courteous toward our opponents and oﬃcials at all times. As TL fans, you represent us, and we ask you to please represent our athletic teams in the best way possible. We strive to build great sportsmanship in our athletes and students. It is important to them as athletes to be perceived as competitors with great character and positive attitudes, and we hope that our fans will also have the same level of sportsmanship. We hope you enjoy this event, and we promise that we will do our best. We want to thank our amazing, spirited fans for their support and TL
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Third Row: Logan David, Tristan Robertson, Chance Cudworth, Teagan Snowberger, Sam Smolek, Michael Lohrman, CJ Brummett, Tanner Coble, Blake David. Fourth Row: Tristan Totten, Carson Purcell, Leo Dellinger, Bryce Wilhite, Talan Belaire, Eli Woods, Isaac Reese, Keegan Bradley, Dakota Van Weelden, James Mangum.
Fifth Row: Addie Coble, Kyle Kyser, Devin Lohrman, Joseph Shrock, Carson Wagner, Ethan Need, Lucius Cosgray, Bradley Pronger, Abram Clark, Brayden Bolinger, Cheyenne Van Weelden, Colton Robertson. Sixth Row: Matthew Wright, Sam Cook, Ryan Lepkowski, Jaxton Craig. Back Row: Coach Snyder, Coach Businger, Coach Akers, Coach Howe, Coach Anderson, Coach Greear, Coach Tinich, Coach Sayler
Q&A What are you most aboutexcitedthisseason? MAXTONBAKER-HOOVER “I probably am most excited for the team chemistry this year.”SAMUEL//SMOLEK “I am excited to be an thisupperclassmanyear.” // ADYNVENTERS “I am most excited for winning this year and doing well in sectionals.” // C.J.BRUMMETT “I am most excited for the bonds with my teammates and being an upperclassmen.” // // // VARSITY SCHEDULE AUGUST 12 LOGANSPORT 7:00 PM A AUGUST 19 NORTHWESTERN 7:00 PM A AUGUST 26 SOUTH BEND CLAY 7:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 2 TIPTON 7:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 9 RENSSELAER 8:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 16 BENTON CENTRAL 7:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 23 HAMILTON HEIGHTS 7:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 30 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 7:00 PM A OCTOBER 7 WEST LAFAYETTE 7:00 PM H OCTOBER 14 HC PLAYOFF 7:00 PM A OCTOBER 21 IHSAA SECTIONAL 7:00 PM TBD JV SCHEDULE AUGUST 22 KANKAKEE VALLEY 6:00 PM H AUGUST 29 NORTH JUDSON 6:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 6 TIPTON 6:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 12 RENSSELAER 6:30 PM A SEPTEMBER 19 BENTON CENTRAL 6:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 26 HAMILTON HEIGHTS 6:00 PM A OCTOBER 3 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 6:00 PM H OCTOBER 10 WEST LAFAYETTE 6:00 PM A OCTOBER 17 HC X-OVER 6:00 PM H 7:0 SIDNEYHILLBLOM “I am excited to play with great teammates and see progression.”our MCFADDENANTHONY “I am most excited for (hopefully) a full healthy season.” 7:0
Front Row: Keegan Stewart, Drew Keesling, Jaden Franceschina, Kaeden Dishon, Caleb Turner, Saige Brandt, Reed Richards, Jacob Oliver, Aiden Totten, Hunter Musall. Second Row: Adyn Venters, Landon Arthur, Spencer Connell, Gage Custer, Ty Bolen, Connor Prophet, Sidney Hillblom, Gavin Businger, Max Baker-Hoover, Anthony McFadden.
8 FOOTBALL ROSTER 1SeniorsSaige Brandt 12 2 Jaden Franceschina 12 4 Reed Richards 12 9 Caleb Turner 12 22 Aidan Totten 12 29 Jacob Oliver 12 32 Kaeden Dishon 12 75 Hunter Musall 12 77 Drew Keesling 12 88 Keegan Stewart 12 3JUNIORAdyn Venters 11 5 Tristan Robertson 11 8 Landon Arthur 11 10 Gavin Businger 11 15 Chance Cudworth 11 17 Blake David 11 30 Gage Custer 11 33 Ty Bolen 11 40 CJ Brummett 11 42 Logan David 11 50 Connor Prophet 11 53 Michael Lohrman 11 57 Sidney Hillblom 11 65 Sam Smolek 11 72 Teagan Snowberger 11 78 Tanner Coble 11 85 Max Baker-Hoover 11 87 Spencer Connell 11 89 Anthony McFadden 11 6SophomoresEliWoods 10 7 James Mangum 10 11 Leo Dellinger 10 14 Dakota Van Weelden 10 23 Keegan Bradley 10 24 Bryce Wilhite 10 25 Talan Belaire 10 34 Isaac Reese 10 41 Joseph Shock 10 58 Carson Purcell 10 62 Tristan Totten 10 66 Deven Lohrman 10 82 Kyle Kyser 10 12FreshmenEthan Need 9 28 Lucius Cosgray 9 31 Sam Cook 9 35 Colton Robertson 9 43 Abram Clark 9 44 Carson Wagner 9 55 Jaxton Craig 9 56 Brayden Bolinger 9 59 Ryan Lepkowski 9 63 Judson Gorton 9 73 Matthew Wright 9 80 Bradley Pronger 9 81 Cheyenne Van Weelden 9
Drew Keesling has been playing football for 4 years. He has earned a varsity letter as well. Drew looks forward to playing against West Lafayette. Drew listens to NBA Youngboy before every game. Drew’s goal is to go undefeated. He is also involved in the yearbook, and would like to thank his mom and dad for being there for him. Kaedon Dishon has been playing football his whole life, and while in high school he has earned awards such as mental attitude award and most improved. Kaedon’s goal for this upcoming season is to win a sectional championship and be named All White-County. He would like to thank his dad for being not only a father but a best friend.
Saige Brandt has been playing football his whole life, and he also plans to wrestle this year. His awards include 3 varsity letters in football and he looks forward to playing Tipton. in football this year. Saige’s goal is to be a Sectional Champion. He thanks his dad for his love and drive for football. Jaden Franceschina has played 4 years of football in high school. Jaden is looking forward to improving from last year. Jaden drinks an energy drink before every game. His goals for this season are to score touchdowns and be all conference. Jaden would like to thank his dad for always pushing him as well as Coach Burton and Coach Sayler for giving him the tools to be successful.
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Caleb Turner has played football for three years and has been a TL wrestler for seven years. Caleb is looking forward to a better football season and he wants to break the intercept record, as well as traveling five hundred yards during football season. Caleb would like to thank his mom and dad for always pushing and supporting him.
Aidan Totten is in his first year as a football player, although he is a twelve year swimmer and seven year track athlete. He is looking forward to winning games this season and his personal goal this year is to learn how to be a better kicker. Aidan would like to thank his mom for pushing him to keep swimming to make himself better.
Reed Richards has played 6 years of football, 4 years of wrestling, and 12 years of baseball. Reed’s personal goal is to become a better player throughout his season. RICHARDSRICHARDS
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Musall has been a football player for 11 years, a wrestler for 3 years and track and field member for 5 years. He is a part of the football leadership council and is football’s representative in the school’s athletic council. Hunter plans to uphold the tradition of rounding the goalpost from Coach Scott Mannering. He would like to thank his parents and sister for inspiring him to better himself in all aspects, and he would like to thank Coach Mannering and Coach McFadden for encouraging him to be a better man.
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Jacob Oliver has been a football player for four years and has earned himself two varsity letters in doing so. This season he is looking forward to getting one last shot to win with the guys he grew up with. He follows his tradition of praying before every game and his goal this year is to run the football one thousand total yards during this season’s games. Jacob would like to thank his mother, father and grandpa for making a difference in his high school athletic career.
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12 UNIFIED FOOTBALL Front Row: Savannah Asbell, Kristopher Kauffman, Dawson Mailloux, McKenna Wilson, Makenna Downham, Taylor Oliver, Kynlee Wright, Chayse Andrews, Jackson Danford Second Row: Coach Anderson, Lucas Graham, Lane Andrews, Dakota Denton, Keeton Adams, Nolan Roeske, Ella Danford, Coach Coffing Not Pictured: Avery Condo, Kevin Hernandez, Cadence Prophet Q&A Why do you play Unified Football? ROSTER 7 McKenna Wilson 12 9 Makenna Downham 12 3 Savannah Asbell 12 22 Reece Bartlett 12 15 Kristopher Kauffman 12 24 Avery Condo 11 8 Lucas Graham 11 18 Lane Andrews 11 12 Dakota Denton 11 11 Kevin Hernandez 11 UNIFIED FOOTBALL SCHEDULE AUGUST 30 HAMILTON HEIGHTS 6:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 7 MCCUTCHEON 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 13 TIPPECANOE VALLEY 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 17 @CARROLL W/VALPARAISO 6:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 20 @MCCUTCHEON W/ ZIONSVILLE 6:00 PM A WRIGHTKYNLEE “You get really close with people you prob ably would have never met.” HERNANDEZKEVIN “I enjoy making good friends and being a good running back.” ANDREWSLANE “My favorite thing about Unified Football is that we come on and off the field as a family.” 24 Nolan Roeske 11 2 Natalie VanDoren 11 17 Keeton Adams 10 5 Chayse Andrews 10 10 Addie Coble 9 32 Jackson Danford 9 14 Dawson Mailloux 9 6 Taylor Oliver 9 19 Cadence Prophet 9 28 Kynlee Wright 9 // // // COACH ANDERSON COACH COFFING COACHES
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McKenna is looking forward to making a lot of friends and winning a bunch of games! For traditions McKenna always does “Game Day” hair. McKenna has been in Roadies for 4 years, Student Council for 4 years, Prom Committee for 2 years, Singsations for 1 year, FCA for 2 years, and has been a Freshman Mentor for 3 years. Her goal for this season is to leave her mark on the Unified program and teammates as well as winning a Sectional Title! McKenna would personally like to thank her Unified teammates for making Unified such a safe place and fun place for everyone!
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Makenna Downham has played Unified Football for 1 year and Softball for 4 years. Makenna is looking forward to making new friends and memories. For superstitions Makenna wears a lucky ring on her finger! Her personal goals this season are to make many memories and new friends. She would like to thank her mom and her coaches for always pushing for her to be the best player and person she can be!
McKenna Wilson has played Unified Football for 3 years, volleyball for 1 year, girls basketball for 2 years, boys basketball manager for 2 years, and has played softball for 4 years. She has broken and earned several records including the school softball single season strikeout record, pitching award, ERA Award, Honorable Mention All Hoosier Conference, and she will also be a 10 letter winner! During the Unified Season
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Teamwork is an important leson, and it’s something kids can learn and practice every day in and out of the classroom. It’s up to us to set the example for today’s kids by helping one another at home and in the community. Together, we are stronger. Together, we are happier. Together, we are a better team. Teamwork is an important lesson, and it’s something kids can learn and practice every day in and out of the classroom. It’s up to us to set the example for today’s kids by helping one another at home and in the community. Together, we are stronger. Together, we are happier. Together, we are a better team.
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“I am most looking forward to seeing how we improve throughout the season with our new team.”
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“I am looking forward to playing with a new team and being able to have the opportunity to work on my skills with girls and coaches who have experiences to share.
BURNSTAYLOR most looking forward to senior night with all of the seniors we have.”
Front Row: Kelsey Frewerd, Kora Pass, Emma Need, Alaina Wolfe, Izarie Metcalf, Peyton Melchi, Taylor VanWinkle, Madelyn Finn. Back Row: Mgr. Emily Murray, Emma Pampel, Jaylee Marmolijo, Lydia Redlin, Coach Redlin, Coach Need, Coach Grey, Allana Redlin, Taylor Burns, Jessie Alexander
Front Row: Emma Pampel, Emily Hibbard, Cali Schneider, Jayden Gardner, Jasmine West, Kaitlyn Lipps, Madison Davis, Taylor Burns. Back Row: Hanna Kernagis, Cydney Wert, Coach Redlin, Coach Grey, Coach Need, Alyssa Lawley, Mgr. Emily Murray
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OCTOBER 8 TWIN LAKES INVITE 9:00 AM H
OCTOBER 4 LAFAYETTE JEFF 6:00 PM A
AUGUST 10 MACONAQUAH 6:00 PM A
Alaina Wolfe has played volleyball and ran track for seven years including four in her high school career. She has received the Larry Crabb Sportsmanship award, Honorable Mention Hoosier Conference, and second Team All White County. She looks forward to hopefully beating North White and competing with some other great teams. Her tradition is to wipe her shoes before almost everything and always having her hair done. She is also involved in NHS, Roadies, and French Club. Her personal goals for this fall season are to break the season dig record and reach 1000 digs. She would like to thank Steph Thompson for instilling her drive and pushing her to her fullest potential. She’d also like to thank her parents for waking up at 4 am to take her to far away volleyball tournaments and for dealing with her attitude.
AUGUST 20 KOUTS 10:30 AM A
SEPTEMBER 8 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 6:00 PM H
SEPTEMBER 13 WEST LAFAYETTE 6:00 PM A
SEPTEMBER 17 JV INVITE 9:00 AM H
Taylor Vanwinkle participates in volleyball and swimming. She has played volleyball for 6 years, swimming for 10, and has also participated in the Roadies section. Her previous awards include the Outstanding Newcomer award for swimming and the Midwest Conference Honorable Mention for volleyball. This year Taylor is looking forward to beating North White, her old school. Some of her traditions on the court include handshakes with teammates and giving out knuckles instead of high fives. Her personal goals for the season are hitting 100 kills and working to communicate better with her teammates. She’d like to thank her mom for being her biggest supporter and being able to help her through any tough patch.
SEPTEMBER 6 NORTH WHITE 6:00 PM H
OCTOBER 13 IHSAA SECTIONAL 6:00 PM A
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AUGUST 23 ROSSVILLE 6:00 PM H
AUGUST 29 NORTH JUDSON 6:00 PM A
OCTOBER 1 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 10:00 AM A
AUGUST 25 TRI-COUNTY 6:00 PM A
AUGUST 13 WINAMAC INVITE 10:00 AM A
SEPTEMBER 12 FRONTIER 6:00 PM A Kora Pass has participated in volleyball, basketball, and track and field all four years of high school. Her previous awards include most blocks, highest field goal percentage, and junior point in volleyball. She is looking forward to the best season she can have for her senior year. Her personal goals for the season are to have the most blocks and the most kills. One of Kora’s superstitions is that she can’t wash her ankle braces at all throughout the entire season. She would like to thank her parents for all the support throughout her athletic career.
SEPTEMBER 27 DELPHI 6:00 PM H
AUGUST 16 SOUTH NEWTON 7:30 PM A
SEPTEMBER 22 CMA 5:30 PM H
SEPTEMBER 20 BENTON CENTRAL 6:00 PM H
SEPTEMBER 15 NORTHWESTERN 6:00 PM A
AUGUST 18 LEWIS CASS 6:00 PM A
SEPTEMBER 19 LOGANSPORT 6:00 PM A
SEPTEMBER 1 RENSSELAER 6:00 PM H
OCTOBER 1 LAFAYETTE JEFF (JV ONLY) 9:00 AM A
has played volleyball for three years and tennis for two years. She is looking forward to improving and gaining new skills this season. She is also excited to have a good senior season. Her personal goal is to improve her hits. She would like to thank her parents for always pushing and supporting her. She would also like to thank her coach for giving her a chance to make a difference on the team.
Kelsey Frewerd has played volleyball for three years and has swum for one. She was on prom committee and is in yearbook. She is looking forward to making new memories with her teammates throughout both seasons. Her tradition before each meet or game is to talk with her friends to help her get ready. Her personal goal for this year is to get as much playing time as she can.
Madi Finn has played volleyball for four years, has swum for three, and tennis for three. She has received many awards including Most Improved, Perseverance, and the Larry Crabb Sportsmanship award. She is looking forward to the bus rides with her team. Her tradition before each game is a music sesh to hype her up. She has also been a part of the Roadies club and National Honor Society. Her personal goal is to better herself on and off the court. Emma Need has participated in volleyball, basketball, and tennis her entire high school career. She was named All Hoosier Conference in tennis. Her tradition before games is to listen to music. Emma is involved in Roadies, Student Council, Yearbook, and NHS. Her personal goal for this season is to beat North White. She also hopes to reach 1000 assists in her varsity career. She would like to thank her mother, Coach Need. She would also like to thank Coach Rogers and Coach Weller who introduced her to setting in seventh grade.
19 Peyton Melchi is a part of yearbook and the Roadies. She has played volleyball for four years and received All-Conference as a freshman. She is looking forward to competing well this season with her teammates. Her tradition before each game is to pray before she leaves the locker room. Her personal goals for this season are to come out of the season injury free and to hit 200 kills. She would like to thank Coach Weller for introducing her to a new passion at a young age and continuing to support her through her
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Jaelen Juarez-Franco, Justin Correa, Anthony Estudillo, Beau Alexander, Diego Castillo, Griffin Charles Hornung. Back Row: Noah Jansen, Omar Fuentes, Andy Acosta Morales, Verrin Riese, Kudzaiche Chiomadzi, Yahir Lopez. Fifth Row: Eric Santiago, Nick Mendel, Tony Duffy Q&A How do you feel about this season? FRYJACKSON “I think we’re going to be really successful and hopefully go far in the state tournament.” // SCHNEIDERJAYDEN “Our team this year, compared to last year, has definitely grown mentally (stronger) and become more physical when game time comes. // CRUZCARLOS “I look most forward to beating North White this season.” // AUGUST 16 BENTON CENTRAL 5:00 PM A AUGUST 18 ROSSVILLE 5:00 PM H AUGUST 20 LOGANSPORT 11:30 AM H AUGUST 23 NORTH WHITE 6:30 PM A AUGUST 24 KANKAKEE VALLEY 6:00 PM H AUGUST 29 CARROLL 5:00 PM A AUGUST 30 RENSSELAER 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 5 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 6 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 8 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 10 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 9:00 AM H SEPTEMBER 14 PERU 5:30 PM A SEPTEMBER 15 FAITH CHRISTIAN 5:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 19 DELPHI 4:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 20 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 22 LAFAYETTE JEFF 5:30 PM A SEPTEMBER 27 WINAMAC 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 29 FRANKFORT 5:30 PM H RENSSELAER SEPTEMBER 10 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 9:00 AM H 4:30 PM H BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE COACH SANTIAGO COACH DUFFY
Obbie Valle, Angel Lopez, Oliver Moffatt, Hunter Lehocky, Jayden Schneider, Jackson Fry, Esteban Ocampo. Second
Landon Hedington, Mario Benitez, Parker Downey, Carlos Cruz, Jovi Duffy, Carter McCloskey, Kaden Simons. Third
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Ángel López is a soccer player and a mid-distance track runner. He has played soccer for two years and run track for three. He has hopes to improve his team and personal records throughout this season. Ángel is also involved in band where he has carried out the role of drum major for the past two years. He is an active member in PULSE Club. He would like to thank his soccer coach, Nick Mendel, for always believing in him.
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Obbie Valle has competed in both soccer and track for two years during his high school career. He looks forward to winning more games this upcoming season. His personal goals of the season consist of improving himself and helping the rest of the team do the same. Obbie is involved in the PULSE club. He would like to give a special thanks to his father who first introduced him to believingsoccer.inhim.
Hunter Lehocky has played soccer since he was six years old. He has competed on the varsity team all four years of his high school career. Hunter is involved in Chess Club. His personal goals this season are to be awarded team captain and to teach his younger teammates more about the game. Hunter would like to thank his coach, Nick Mendel, for pushing him to be better and making him stay focused.
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Oliver Moffatt has been a soccer player for four years and a track athlete for years. He has an award for most cards in a season at his old school. His personal goals include winning and making his last season his best season. Oliver would like to thank his mum for making him get better at soccer and dad for explaining that he just can’t throw the guy. Oliver would also like to thank his brother Joe for inspiring him to play soccer.
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24 GIRLS SOCCER Front Row: Yulissa Astudillo, Karstin McCloskey, Sinai Aguilar, Elizabeth Castillo Santiago Second Row: Chloe Lucas, Yami Chavez, Alexandra Salazar, Karen Aragon, Kelley Ramirez Third Row: Jasmine Aragon, Michelle Hernandez, Yana Shah, Yolanda Mares, Nikki Merida, Kenya Ramirez Fourth Row: Coach Reader, Angela Montero, Coach Anthony Q&A What is your memory?favorite ARAGONKAREN “My favorite memory from the North White game is celebrating and bonding with team on the bus.” // RAMIREZKENYA “My favorite memory is when Ruby was about to faint on the first day of practice.” // AGUILARSINAI “My favorite memory of playing in fall sports is my teammates running into a parked car during a mile run.” // MCCLOSKEYKARSTIN “My favorite memory of soccer is during team activities.” // GIRLS SOCCER SCHEDULE AUGUST 12 FAITH 5:30 PM H AUGUST 16 BENTON CENTRAL 5:30 PM H AUGUST 18 ROSSVILLE 5:00 PM A AUGUST 22 WESTERN 6:00 PM A AUGUST 23 NORTH WHITE 5:00 PM A AUGUST 27 FRANKFORT INVITE 9:00 AM A AUGUST 30 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 1 NORTH MONTGOMERY 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 6 LOGANSPORT 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 12 RENSSELAER 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 14 PERU 5:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 20 DELPHI 6:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 19 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 6:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 20 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:30 PM A SEPTEMBER 22 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 24 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 9:00 AM A SEPTEMBER 27 FAITH CHRISTIAN 5:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 29 ROCHESTER 5:30 PM A
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26 Sinai Aguilar is in her fourth year of soccer, and this season she is looking forward to being back on the+ field with her teammates after recovering from an ACL injury. A tradition that she has is a team prayer before each game. She is involved in club soccer, PULSE club, Twin Lakes Inter national, and Monticello Next Generation Youth Advocates. Sinai’s personal goal for her final season is winning and scoring a goal on her senior night. Sinai would like to thank her parents for being her biggest supporters, her coaches for helping her to be the player she is today, and her teammates for not giving up on her and helping her to have courage and confidence to play again.
Elizabeth Castillo-Santiago has been a soccer player for the past 4 years. She is also involved in PULSE club, Key club, TLI, and she is the vice president of the New Generation Youth Advo cates. This season Elizabeth is looking forward to improving as team and making the best memo ries as a senior. Her personal goal is to become better in the sport she enjoys. Elizabeth would like to thank all the girls who she has been with since freshman year, who made her the player she is today.
Yulissa Astudillo has been a soccer player for the past three years, as well as being part of PULSE club, International club, and Key club. This year she’s looking forward to winning and getting closer with her team. As for her goals, she wants to break out of her comfort zone and get close with her team as well as improve her communication on the field. Yulissa would like to thank her parents for all the sup port they have given her and she would also like to thank the new coaches this year for inspiring the team to keep working hard.
Karstin McCloskey is a three sport athlete, and this will be her fourth year of soccer this fall. She has also participated in track for three and swimming for two. She is a member of the band. In track, she does pole vault and one of her greatest accomplishments was qualifying for regional in this event. Karstin is most looking forward to senior night and hav ing a fresh start with a new coach for her final season. For this season, Karstin’s goal is pushing herself to try her absolute hardest and put her all in for her last year. She would like to give a special thanks to Sarah Ryan for always making sure she knows her worth and making sure she tries her hardest. McCloskey
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Allen is looking forward to team hangouts this season. His superstition is to eat a peanut butter bagel before each race. Allen is involved in band and his personal goal is to break the 18 minute barrier. Finally Allen would like to thank his coaches and his dad.
Alberto Perez Castro is a XC runner 2 years, and track runner 4 years. He has received the Coaches award. Alberto is looking forward to running in sectional this season. His tradition is stretching. Alberto is involved in Pulse club. His personal goal this season is to break 20 minutes in XC. Finally, Alberto would like to thank Coach Wyant.
Justin Scott is a XC runner 4 years, swimmer 4 years, and a track runner 3 years. His previous records, awards, and honors were being the top runner on the team for 4 years and scoring the most points as a sophomore, junior, and as a senior. Justin’s looking forward to this season by getting a PR in XC and Track, and his traditions or superstitions are stretching. Justin is involved in Roadies and his personal goals for this season is to get on the top 10 leader-board and get a time of 16:49. Justin said he thanks his middle school XC coach Mike Fanning for talking him into doing XC.
Oliver Wright is a XC runner 4 years, basketball player for 4 years, and a track runner for 4 years. Oliver is looking forward to winning sectional this year, and his tradition or superstition is to play music while putting on his shoes. Oliver is involved in BPA, Roadies, and choir and his personal goal for this fall season is to break the 19 minute barrier. Finally Oliver would like to thank his teammates for pushing him.
Allen Miller is a XC runner 4 years and a baseball player 4 years. His previous honors were the Phil Boze low ERA, big school all area baseball team, and honorable mention.
Ariel is looking forward to making memories with her team and Friday morning practices. Her superstitions are to always out her back and jump 3 times at the start. Ariel is involved in NHS, Roadies, and Student Council. Ariel’s personal goal is to run on her senior night. She would like to thank her mom and Kailey, our athletic trainer and her XC teammates.
Bruce Ramirez is a XC runner 4 years and a track runner for 4 years. His previous honor was being awarded the most improved male award in XC. Bruce is looking forward to this season by having fun with the team and running more miles. His traditions or superstitions are running and never stopping. Bruce is involved in Pulse club and his personal goals this season is to have fun as much as possible and get his best PR during his senior year. Finally Bruce would like to thank his parents and his sister.
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30 Ariel Davis is a XC runner 7 years, swimmer 2 years, and a track runner 7 years. She was awarded the mental attitude award for track.
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Wyant Q&A WRIGHTOLIVER “I’m looking forward to improving as an individual and as a team.” // MILLERALLEN “I am looking forward to being able to compete and possibly win sectionals.” SCOTTJUSTIN “I’m looking forward to breaking the 17 barrier.” // RAMIREZBRUCE “I am looking forward to regionals and I hope to get a new record on my time, and also have fun with all my runners.” ////AUGUST 16 NORTH WHITE/LEWIS CASS 5:00 PM H AUGUST 20 LOGANSPORT INVITE 9:00 AM A AUGUST 27 TAYLOR UNIVERSITY INVITE 9:00 AM A SEPTEMBER 3 HARRISON INVITE 9:00 AM A SEPTEMBER 10 MACONAQUAH INVITE 9:00 AM A SEPTEMBER 17 NEW PRAIRIE INVITE 9:30 AM A SEPTEMBER 20 PIONEER 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 24 BISON STAMPEDE 9:00 AM A OCTOBER 1 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 10:00 AM A OCTOBER 8 IHSAA SECTIONAL 10:30 AM A OCTOBER 15 IHSAA SECTIONAL 11:00 AM A COED CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE What are you looking forward to in XC?
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Front Row: Keeton Adams, Brody Koppelmann, Skylor Spear, Hyat Hubbard, Cole Woodley, Jack Kaufmann, Luke Lipps. Back Row: Coach Nickerson, Ryan Nickerson, Aries Burns, Camron Kelley, Luke Deno, Caleb Weiss, Cooper Pell, Jamison Ousley, Coach Ousley. (Not pictured Max Scharer)
dinner at Wendy’s. I also like how quickly the practices end compared to football.OUSLEYJAMISON// I think golf helps me play better tennis under pressure. In golf, I am under pressure a lot. // DENOLUKE My favorite tennis drill game is bobsled because you get a chance to hit your teammates with a ball. // KAUFMANNJACK My favorite thing from transferring from middle school to high school tennis is there is better competition and higher intensity. // HUBBARDHYAT Now that my brother is gone from tennis. I feel that I should play the same position that he did …but play it better. // WOODLEYCOLE I think I byfreshmanimprovedhavesinceseason,mysenioryear I want to be number one singles. // VARSITY SCHEDULE AUGUST 13 TL INVITE 10:00 AM H AUGUST 16 HARRISON 4:30 PM H AUGUST 20 PERU INVITE 10:00 AM A AUGUST 24 LEWIS CASS 5:00 PM H AUGUST 25 LAFAYETTE JEFF 5:00 PM H AUGUST 27 LOGAN INVITE 9:00 AM A SEPTEMBER 1 BENTON CENTRAL 5:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 6 DELPHI 5:00 PM A SEPTEMBER 7 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 12 LOGANSPORT 4:30 PM H SEPTEMBER 13 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 15 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H SEPTEMBER 17 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 10:00 AM H SEPTEMBER 19 RENSSELAER 5:30 PM A
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Ryan Nickerson is a tennis player of ten years. He plays tennis in the fall and track in the spring. He holds multiple records consisting of All Conference, sectional champ, All District, and Team Academic All State. When he’s not doing sports, he spends his time in Stage Crew and BPA. This year he will be trans ferring from singles to doubles with current senior Luke Deno. He would like to give a big shoutout to his coaches consisting of Tim Madden, his father, Mike Thiel, and former varsity coach, Jen Ousley.
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Seniors Luke Deno Ryan CooperNickersonPell Juniors Hyat
CalebSkylorJamisonCamronHubbardKelleyOusleySpearWeissCOACH NICKERSON COACH OUSLEY
Sophomores Keeton Adams Aries Burns Luke Lipps Max Scharer Cole Woodley Freshmen Jack BrodyKaufmannKoppelmann nickerson DENO PELLDENO
Cooper Pell is playing his first year of tennis and has three years of basketball under his belt. He also holds the almighty, “8th Grade Rebounding Cham pion Award.” One thing he is looking forward to is improving his tennis skills. One of the traditions he’s already started in practice is wearing a headband when ever he plays. He is also involved in BPA and roadies. He is most looking forward to winning sectionals. He would like to give a shout-out to coach Ousley for recruiting him to play.
Luke Deno is a three sport athlete who competes in tennis, basketball and base ball. He has played these all four years of high school. He has accumulated seven letters/bars across his high school career. He has been given the most improved player award, coaches award and holds two sectional champ titles. He is look ing forward to having a strong doubles partner. One of Luke’s favorite traditions is going to Wendy’s with the team before home matches. His goals for the season are losing fewer than three matches, win ning sectionals, and individual semi-state. He would like to give a big thanks to his parents for letting him play the sports he desired.
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Samantha would like to thank her dad and uncle because they have helped her improve throughout her golf career and they have helped her stay motivated.
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Samantha Hornung is a two sport athlete and a manager. She’s on her fourth year of golf and third year of tennis. She played basketball one year and has managed three. She has received three awards for golf: the Varden award, highest GPA, and lowest average. This season Samantha is looking forward to getting along with her teammates and seeing them improve. She is a part of art club, French club, and NHS. Her goal for the season is to try and get under 90.
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