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Girls Junior Varsity Swimming, Girls Varsity Swimming · Fishers High School Girls Varsity Swimming beat Greenfield-Central High School 148-37


Saturday, January 23, 2016

1:00 PM

Greenfield-Central High School
AWAY
37

Fishers High School
HOME
148

Meet Recap

Seniors shined at Senior Day as the Tigers swept every event against Greenfield – Central. Fishers was led by Seniors Maggie Jahns, who was victorious in the 200 Free and the 100 Back, and Elisabeth Peskin in the 500 Free. Junior Lauren Edelman won the 200 IM and the 100 Fly; Junior Lauryn Parrish swept the sprint frees, earning Gold in the 50 & 100; Sophomore Maddie Folta won the Diving and Junnior Ally Sperring won the 100 Breast.

Fishers won all three relays: the 200 Medley (Jahns, Sperring, Edelman and Amelia Nusbaum); the 200 Free (Lizzy Pfeifer, Edelman, Jahns and Parrish); and the 400 Free (Nusbaum, Pfeifer, Peskin and Parrish)

After the Hoosier Crossroads Conference JV Invitational on Jan 30, the Tigers will go right into the State Tournament. The Sectionals will be on Feb 4 & 6 at Hamilton Southeastern HS and State will be in downtown Indianapolis at the Nat on Feb 12 & 13.


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Boys Junior Varsity Swimming, Boys Varsity Swimming · Fishers High School Boys Varsity Swimming beat Carroll High School 94-86


Saturday, January 23, 2016

1:00 PM

Carroll High School
AWAY
86

Fishers High School
HOME
94

Meet Recap

The final dual meet of the season was a “barn burner” with 5th ranked Fishers coming out on top of #6 Fort Wayne Carroll 94-86. Senior Glen Brown won both the 200 IM and the 100 Backstroke while Sophomore Nolan Yorkman won the 200 Free and Sophomore Cole Vandevender took the Gold on the 1 meter board. The Tiger 200 Free Relay also won. It was made up of Joe Moser, Drake Stallworth, Joel Crull and Glen Brown.

After the Hoosier Crossroads Conference JV Invitational on Jan 30, the Tigers will prepare for the State Tournament. Fishers will host Sectionals on February 19 & 21, and the the State meet will be in downtown Indy, at the Nat, on Feb 27 & 28.


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Multiple Teams · Girls Varsity Basketball beat Avon High School 58-41


Saturday, January 23, 2016

2:30 PM

Avon High School
AWAY
41
Fishers High School
HOME
58

Game Recap

The Fishers Lady Tigers earned their 6th win of the season with a 58-41 victory over conference opponent Avon. The Tigers jumped out to an early lead and were able to maintain the lead despite some good pressure and shooting from the Orioles in the 2nd half. Audrey Turner led the Tigers with 22 points, 6 rebounds and 6 blocked shots. Ali Gerka contributed 13 points and Hannah Kroehler added 9.

The Tigers are now 6-15 and travel to Lawrence North on Tuesday for a 6pm JV tip with Varsity to follow.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Avon
3
6
13
19
Fishers
14
17
14
13

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Multiple Teams · Girls Junior Varsity Basketball falls to Avon High School 33-34


Saturday, January 23, 2016

1:00 PM

Avon High School
AWAY
34
Fishers High School
HOME
33

Game Recap

Tough lose to an HCC opponent next game Tue vs LC

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Avon
5
5
10
14
Fishers
7
12
5
9

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Girls Junior Varsity Swimming, Girls Varsity Swimming · Fishers High School Girls Varsity Swimming finishes 1st place


Friday, January 22, 2016

5:30 PM

Place

1

Points

687

Meet Recap

The 3rd ranked Fishers High School Swimming & Diving dominated in the Tiger College Events by winning every swim event. Juniors Lauryn Parrish and Lauren Edelman each won 3 events. Edelman in the 200 & 400 IMs and the 200 Fly; Parrish in the 100, 200 & 500 Freestyles. Senior Maggie Jahns took the gold in the 100 & 200 Backstrokes; Freshman Morgan Booth won the 500 and 1000; Junior Ally Sperring won the 100 and 200 Breaststrokes. Sophomore Amelia Nusbaum won the 100 Fly. Fishers also swept the relays: Nusbaum, Edelman, Jahns and Parrish in the 200 Free Relay and Jahns, Sperring, Edelman, and Parrish in the 200 Medley Relay.

Tomorrow, the Tigers host Carroll and Greenfield Central in our final meet of the “regular” season.The Senior presentation will start at about 12:45 PM and the meet at 1 PM

Opponents

School Place Points
Fishers High School
1
687
Carroll High School
2
408
Homestead High School
3
397
Center Grove High School
4
165

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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Avon High School 65-62


Friday, January 22, 2016

7:30 PM

Fishers High School
AWAY
65

Avon High School
HOME
62

Game Recap

The Tigers got a big conference road win at Avon 65-62. Lance Dollison led us with a game high 28 points and Cam Wolter chipped in 19. We are back in action again on Tuesday when we host Lawrence Central.


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Boys Junior Varsity Swimming, Boys Varsity Swimming · Fishers High School Boys Varsity Swimming finishes 1st place


Friday, January 22, 2016

5:30 PM

Place

1

Points

612

Meet Recap

The 5th ranked Fishers Tigers showed off their depth with a victory over #6 Homestead and #9 Fort Wayne Carroll and unranked Center Grove in the Tigers College Events Classic. The Tigers were led by Senior Glen Brown who won three events; the 100 Backstroke, the 200 & 400 IMs. In the 400 IM, he led a Tiger 1-2-3, followed by classmate Luke Ingram and Sophomore Nolan Yorkman. Yorkman also won the 200 Back. Senior Jacob Reichert doubled in the 500 and 1000 freestyles.

The Tigers host Carroll and Greenfield Central tomorrow, the 23rd. It will be our Seniors final meet before the Championship Season. The meet starts at 1 PM with a presentation for our Seniors starting at about 12:45.

Opponents

School Place Points
Fishers High School
1
612
Homestead High School
2
463
Carroll High School
3
437
Center Grove High School
4
146

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Multiple Teams · Fishers Ladies look to bounce back against Avon on Saturday


Senior night didn’t go as planned for the Fishers Lady Tigers basketball team this past Tuesday against No. 7 Carmel.

But that won’t stop the team from fighting as they host the Avon Lady Orioles (3-15, 0-5 HCC) this Saturday at 2:30pm. Fishers had it’s Sr. Night festivities wiped away by a relentless Carmel squad, who won the game 54-24. FHS was washed out in the first half, as Carmel held the Lady Tigers to just 2 points, en route to a 33-2 halftime lead.

Amidst the team’s worst season since 2011 (5-16 finish), Michael Gaines’ side has a prime opportunity to pick up it’s first HCC victory of the season against a struggling Avon team. The Lady Orioles dropped their first 14 games to start the season under first year head coach Jason Haid, but have won 3 in a row, including 4 of their last 5.

As Avon starts to get it’s footing in the late stages of the season, Fishers will look to generate some confidence and a bit of momentum heading into the state tourney this February. The Sectional Draw for the Girls Basketball State Tournament is this coming Monday, January 25th at 8:00pm eastern on IHSAAtv.org and can also be heard on the IHSAA Champions Radio Network.

Next up for Fishers is No. 4 Lawrence North (15-3, 5-0 MIC) on the road on January 26th at 7:30pm.


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Multiple Teams · Fishers ventures to Avon for key HCC bout


Despite a mixed bag of results halfway into the regular season, the Fishers Tigers (6-7, 2-1 HCC) are still in the hunt for a conference championship.

Fishers will travel to meet with the Avon Orioles (5-10, 0-2 HCC) Friday evening, as the defending Hoosier Crossroads Conference champs look to remain in contention for the HCC title. “This is a must win game for us,” said Senior Forward Cam Wolter.

The urgency is high for FHS, coming off of two wins last weekend against Brownsburg and Bishop Chatard. “If we are going to accomplish something this season, it starts tomorrow night,” said Fishers Head Coach Joe Leonard.

Meanwhile, Avon has lost 6 of their last 8 contests– including a 59-54 defeat at the hands of Danville in the Hendricks County Tournament Championship. The Orioles sit in second to last place in the HCC, yet their less than stellar 5-10 record doesn’t quite indicate the entire story of the team’s season. 6 of Avon’s 10 losses have come by single-digit margins, while 3 of said defeats have been by less than 5 points.

Fishers isn’t sleeping on the opponent, especially going on the road. “This is not a 5-10 team, they’re better than that,” said Fishers Sr. Caleb Reitz. The Tigers are 7-2 all time against Avon (won past 4 meetings), one of the better marks for the young program in it’s 10th season overall.

Avon’s starting lineup features a face that Fishers is actually quite familiar with, that would be Senior Forward Shawn Moore. Moore, a player who saw some varsity minutes last season with FHS, moved to Avon for his senior year and is turning in steady averages of 10.4 points/gm and 5.2 rebounds.

The Orioles are also led by Jr. Guard Evan Lowden (11.8 points/gm, 4.9 rebounds, 2.5 assists) and Sr. Forward Antoin Clifton (7.9 points/gm, 4.3 rebounds).

FHS continues to lean on seniors Lance Dollison and Cam Wolter for offensive production. Dollison posted 21 points in the 55-50 win over Chatard, while Wolter became Fishers’ all-time leading rebounder after registering 15 over the weekend in two games. Freshman point guard Willie Jackson will be set to make his 5th consecutive appearance in the starting lineup, as the team is 3-1 since Jackson’s insertion. Joe Leonard thus far is more than pleased with the freshman’s production: “The kid is a winner. He has no poor body language, he might show excitement, but never negativity.”

A key matchup that will have tremendous impact on FHS’ chances in the HCC will be taking place at Hamilton Southeastern, as Zionsville (9-0, 2-0 HCC) pay a visit to league leaders HSE (11-5, 3-0 HCC) with the winner taking sole possession of the top spot in the HCC. Should Zionsville knock off Southeastern, Fishers would have a chance to earn at least a share of the title if they were to run the table in their final 2 conference games vs. Westfield and then Zionsville on the road in late February.

Yet the Tigers know that Friday night’s game comes first and won’t be doing any scoreboard watching. This game should prove to be one of those conference road tests that may go unnoticed in the thick of January, but the team is very well aware of it’s significance.

JV game tip is scheduled for 6:00pm eastern, with the varsity game following at approximately 7:30.


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Carmel High School 24-54


Tuesday, January 19, 2016

7:30 PM

Carmel High School
AWAY
54
Fishers High School
HOME
24

Game Recap

The Fishers Lady Tigers lost to a very talented Carmel team on Tuesday Night. It was Senior Night for the Tigers as they honored Kara Gerka, Hannah Kroehler, Megan Forbes and Alex Von Kamecke. Carmel outscored the Tigers 33-2 in the first half and were able to maintain that lead throughout the second half. Audrey Turner led the Tigers with 6 points.

Fishers is now 5-15 and hosts Avon on Saturday. JV tip time is 1:00, with Varsity to follow.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Carmel
19
14
16
5
Fishers
2
11
11