Freshman Hayden Cutter was named All-State Honorable Mention by the Associated Press on April 15. Cutter was also recognized by former Warrior, Senator Chris Garten, for breaking the SHS freshman scoring record with 357 points during the 2018-2019 season.
Treyton Owens (10) received Mid Southern Conference Honorable Mention, while Cutter received All MSC at the end of their 2018-19 season last month.
In the wave of many new sports and clubs at SHS, ultimate frisbee has been added and is open for students to join. According to coach Brandon Jerrell, there have been about 14 students attending practices, but he expects to have about 20 on the team.
Jerrell said he decided to start the club because of the great amount of interest that he has seen in ultimate frisbee and how he wishes he would have had the opportunity to participate in a sport like this when he was in high school.
“There were a lot of kids interested in it and asked me about it. I thought if there is interest and if kids will enjoy it, let’s do it,” said Jerrell.
The bass fishing team is finally ready to start their season participating in tournaments after many preparations. According to coach Bill Buckner, the team of 15 members spent their off season fundraising.
“The team and amazing booster club has been doing a lot of setting up fundraisers through the year. We were able to order our jerseys and have them just in time for our first tournament. We did get a deal with Shady Ray Sunglasses so all anglers will also get a free pair of very cool polarized shades. We will also be supporting the Indiana Bass Federation tournaments to raise money for our club,” said Buckner.
Warrior baseball kicked off their season on March 27 in a match up against Brown County. In the first two weeks of their season the team has competed in six games and stand with a current record of 4-2.