Anderson High School senior Justin Fuller was named the North Central Conference Male Athlete of the Year on Monday. Fuller was presented with the award Monday at AHS’ senior awards program.

Fuller played football for the Indians, and was named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association’s Class 5A All-State first team. He also earned All-North Central Conference honors and was honorable mention on The Associated Press Class 5A All-State squad. He also was named to The Herald Bulletin’s All-Area Team. He caught 50 passes for 609 yards and six touchdowns while also totaling 349 return yards.

In basketball, Fuller was named THB All-Area third team, averaging 4.1 assists and 2.8 steals per game. He was the starting point guard for an Anderson team that finished 17-7 and won the Madison County title.

So far this spring, Fuller has won sectional titles in the 100- and 200-meter dashes, and was also Madison County champ in the 100. He was named one of the inaugural winners of The Herald Bulletin Johnny Wilson Award for excellence in three sports May 7.



Softball

Class A Wes-Del Sectional

Liberty Christian’s season came to a close as the host Warriors downed the Lions, 4-0.

Karon Earley threw a complete game for Liberty Christian (9-11). The sophomore gave up six hits, all four runs were earned. She struck out 10 Warrior batters while walking one.



Class A Monroe Central Sectional

Kristen Church struck eight Blackhawks as the Daleville defeated Cowan 7-0 in the opener of the Monroe Central Sectional.

Kristin Waechter went 5-for-5 at the plate. Trina Morgan and Cassie Morgan were each 3-for-4.

Daleville (8-12) will play the winner of today’s Monroe Central vs. Randolph Southern game for the championship Thursday.



Union County Sectional

Shenandoah got a complete-game performance from Mackenzie Williams to open sectional play in an 8-0 win over Knightstown.

Williams retired 11 Panther batters on strikes while walking none and scattering just two hits.

Amanda Hensley led the Shenandoah offense, going 3-for-3 with three runs scored. Yardley Collett had two hits for the Raiders.

Shenandoah (15-12) will play Northeastern today in the second game. Ninth-ranked Union County and Eastern Hancock will open the day.



Baseball

Highland 11, Frankton 1

The host Scots (12-12) put the game out of reach late, scoring seven runs in the fifth and sixth innings Tuesday to win by virtue of the 10-run rule.

Highland pitcher Codey Harrison struck out six Eagles and walked just one, while getting plenty of offensive support. Trevor Humes hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs overall, while Taylor Hopkins, Spenser Benge, Joey Hart and Kolin Jarrett each collected two hits.

Frankton (9-12) was led offensively by Brandon France’s 2-for-3 effort. Cody Ryan’s solo home run accounted for the Eagles’ lone run.



Anderson 5, Madison-Grant 2

Dustin Cannon pitched a complete game, striking out five batters and allowing no earned runs in the Indians’ win over the Argylls at Memorial Field.

Drew Hollon was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs for Anderson (16-8), and Tyler Campbell went 2-for-3. The Indians jumped out to a 4-0 first-inning lead en route to the victory.

For the Argylls, Shawn Smith was 2-for-3 with an RBI. M-G pitcher Skyler Nolder recorded nine strikeouts.



Boys golf

Pendleton Hts. 154, Alexandria 190

Blake Stephenson and Bryan Stanley were co-medalists for the Arabians with each shooting a 37 at Yule Golf Club.

Jake Groninger was next for the Arabians with a 39.

For the Tigers (4-9), Zach Collis shot a 45 and Matt Johnson carded a 46.



Yorktown wrestlers to compete at Disney Duals

June 23, 20 Yorktown wrestlers will travel to Orlando, Fla., where they will participate in the AAU Scholastic Duals at Walt Disney World’s Wide World of Sports Complex.

Last year, 85 teams were invited to the tournament, now in its 11th year.

Cost of the trip is $650 per participant. The Tigers are currently running fundraisers to raise funds for the trip. Anyone interested in donating money to help defray costs should contact Yorktown Wrestling Club president Chris Smith at (765) 759-9175.

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