FERRIDAY —Cars lined the Ferriday High School parking lot on July 15 as the Trojans football players picked up their state championship rings for winning the LHSAA Class 2A state championship.
Ever since he was a little kid watching the New York Yankees on television, Ethan Larrison dreamed of one day being just like them. He especially wanted to be like his favorite pitcher, Andy Pettitte.
In a room of the Povinelli’s house, there is a bookcase full of trophies from various chess tournaments. These trophies were won by Braydon Povinelli.
Whether it’s 4,000 miles or 400 miles, three Ball State men’s tennis players didn’t hesitate to come play for the program.
When it comes to the state of Indiana, most sports reporters flock to covering high school basketball.
After leaving the blue hallways of Greensburg Community High School in 2014, Collin Rigney knew he wanted to be a teacher.
Senior men’s tennis players Lucas Andersen and Andrew Stutz go way back.
When JD Middleton finished a race in high school and looked to the deck of the swimming pool, he just saw his mom.
While other 10-year-olds might be found playing basketball or baseball, junior Spencer Deats was involved in something different.
For Shelbyville’s Chayce Collier, wrestling is in their bloodstream. All of three of Collier boys: Jacey, Damion and Chayce, a sophomore, have wrestled under SHS head coach Adam Miller. However, for Chayce (132 pounds), Saturday will be the first time anyone in his family competes at semistate.