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- THB Baseball Player of the Year: Lapel's Brady Cherry The hardest part of the 2014 season for Brady Cherry might have been living up to his own legend.
Weins aids Eagles' bonding process
Contrary to popular belief, sometimes numbers do lie. Logan Weins surrendered nine hits and seven runs in the final start of his high school career — a sectional championship loss against Class 2A state champion Wapahani — and nobody argues those figures. But they don't tell the whole story.
Repeat for Benefiel
It might not have been the season that she envisioned, but it was a mark worth honoring.Pendleton Heights’ Bailey Benefiel put up some spectacular numbers and earned the nod as The Herald Bulletin’s Softball Pitcher of the Year — repeating the award she also won a season ago.
- Noone as in No-one better It is hard to imagine how Elwood's Jessie Noone could have had a better senior season individually than the one she posted this past spring.
Pendleton Heights' Taylor wins Track Athlete of Year
This past season, the Pendleton Heights boys track team was saddled with replacing several graduated seniors. Junior Zach Taylor was among the leaders who filled the roles and as a result, Zach is the 2014 Herald Bulletin Boys Track Athlete of the Year.
- Cottrell sprints to the top Kiawna Cottrell’s goal going into the season was to find two seconds in the 400 meter dash.
- McCardwell top area netter as sophomore The future looks bright for the Pendleton Heights girls’ tennis team, and Emma McCardwell is a big part of what is to come for the Arabians.
- Hard work puts Denney on top Trevar Denney stood over his ball on the ninth green at The Edge Golf Club during Pendleton Heights’ early May match against Anderson. When the putt rolled in from 20 feet, the momentum of his senior year changed.
- Quinn, Wilkerson aid all-star wins The final two games of the sixth annual Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic featured the seniors of each class in Indiana boys high school basketball at Anderson University on Saturday evening. Both games were close and competitive from start to finish.
- Girls fight through short-handed conditions Three area girls battled through short-handed situations in the senior portion of the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic Saturday at Anderson University.
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