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Athletesoftheyear
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The younger brother of two 1,000-point-scoring sisters, Kayden Key had large shoes to fill when he came to Frankton High School as a freshman.

Athletesoftheyear
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Her outward demeanor away from the court is diametrically opposed to what is seen on it. She is quiet and shy during conversation.

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Last season began with frustration and ended in disappointment for Shenandoah’s Silas Allred. The then-sophomore suffered an injury during foo…

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High above the pool at Pendleton Heights High School is a large board displaying the school’s boys and girls swimming records. Arabians junior Karly Riffey, along with graduated teammates Sarah Dudley and McKenna Jule and junior teammate Emma Robison, is a part of two records that were set a year ago, in the 400 and 200 freestyle relays.

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When hard work, consistency and excellence intertwine, good things are bound to happen.

Landis Hollingsworth said he was a bit under the weather this week, before he competed in four events at the IHSAA state boys swim meet. But Pendleton Heights coach Jeff Maydak said the senior's performances at the Indiana University Natatorium were nothing to sneeze at.

The record board at Pendleton Heights' swimming pool is undergoing significant maintenance, with several panels out of sight. Senior Landis Hollingsworth has been responsible for many of the pending revisions.