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Multiple Teams · Fishers Upsets #4 Avon 35-28 on Homecoming


Friday, September 22, 2017

7:00 PM

Avon High School
AWAY
28
Fishers High School
HOME
35

Game Recap

The Fishers Tigers upset the 6A #4 Avon Orioles by a score of 35-28. Both offenses went crazy as both teams had over 350 total yards. The game went back and forth in the 1st half and ended with a 22-20 Avon lead. In the 2nd half, the Fishers defense held the vaulted Avon offense to only two field goals. Quarterback Jon Vore led two scoring drives including a two point conversion. The defense came up with two huge fumble recoveries in the 4th quarter. The Tigers will continue their home stand as they host the Roncalli Rebels next Friday for the first time ever.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
Avon
15
7
3
3
Fishers
7
13
0
15

Fishers 35 – Avon 28 summary

Game Summary

1Q

A – Isaac Guerendo 80 yd pass from Cameron Misner (Justin Heidorn kick)
F – HL Lewis 2 run (Ben Norton kick)
A – Luke Shaytovich 6 yd pass from Misner (Sampson James conversion)

The Avon Orioles came out with a quick offensive touchdown drive. On the 2nd play of the game, quarterback Cameron Misner found Isaac Guerendo for an 80 yard touchdown.
A – 80 td pass on 2nd play of the game. Both teams traded punts before the Tigers answered. Fishers put together a 75 yard drive including three plays of 15 yards. HL Lewis found the end zone from 2 yards. The Orioles offense answered right back. Misner found Guerendo for a 57 yard pass to get into the red zone before Misner found Luke Shaytovich from 6 yards out. Avon ran a quick 2 point conversion to take a 15-7 lead at the end of the 1st quarter.

2Q

F – Will Syrus 75 yd pass from Matt Wolff (Norton kick)
F – Lewis 1 yd run (conversion no good)
A – Guerendo 80 yd run (Heidorn kick)

After each team traded punts, Fishers quarterback Matt Wolff found a streaking Will Syrus on the right side of the field for a 75 yard touchdown. Avon put together a nice drive, but the Tigers defense forced a turnover on downs on their own 13 yard line as the Orioles were threatening. The Tigers ran their two minute drill offense that was led by a 40 yard quarterback draw from Wolff. Lewis scored from the 1 three plays later. With less than 40 seconds left in the quarter, Guerendo broke off an 80 yard touchdown to take a 22-20 lead for the Orioles at halftime.

3Q

A – Heidorn 33 yd FG

The Tigers began the 2nd half with the ball, but were forced to punt to start the quarter. Avon put together a drive but the Tigers defense stepped up and stopped the Orioles on 3rd and 2 to force a Heidorn 33 yard field goal. The Tigers offense led by quarterback Jon Vore put together an almost 7 minute drive, but turned the ball over on downs on the Avon 33.

4Q

A – Heidorn 32 yd FG
F – Isaiah Dunnuck 16 yd pass from Jon Vore (Dunnuck pass from Vore conversion)
F – Collin Statz 30 yd pass from Vore (Norton kick)

The Tigers defense again gave up some yardage but stopped the Orioles when it mattered to force another field goal from Justin Heidorn. The Tigers defense again made a huge play as Seth Sontich jumped on the loose ball after the Orioles tried a reverse at the Avon 36. Three plays later, Vore found Isaiah Dunnuck from 16 yards out. Vore again connected with Dunnuck on the conversion to tie the game at 28. After a great catch from Guerendo to get the Orioles into Fishers territory, Sontich again recovered a fumble forced by Daniel Amadi. Jon Vore found Syrus for 21 yards and then Dunnuck for 13 yards to get to the Avon 30. On 3rd down, Vore found Statz for the touchdown to take a 35-28 lead. After a huge 1st down conversion, Daniel Amadi forced another fumble that was recovered by Georffrey Brown. The Tigers took two knees to seal the win.


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Girls Freshman Soccer falls to Carmel High School 2-0


Thursday, September 21, 2017

5:00 PM

Fishers High School
AWAY
0

Carmel High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

With this 2017 season winding down the Silver Lady Tigers traveled to Carmel to do battle with the Greyhounds. With a temperature of 89 at game time the ladies were enthusiastic. The start of the game saw a lot of back and forth action but the heat was the real battle tonight. Hayden Stamper, Emma Burns and Aleris Crum helped to maintain some level of possession while MacKenzie Boyer and Vivian Wilson worked the wings for scoring opportunities. With heavy legs and drenched in sweat Marlee Weaver and Emma Brinson played valiantly to hold off the relentless air attack. Goalie Abby Smith gets MVP award for the game holding off 30 plus shots on goal. Half was an opportunity just to get into the shade and regain some fight for the last 35. Hayley Brown and Brianna Cuahuizo came into spark the team with energy and contain the Greyhounds. Emilianna Castillo and Sage Heymann kept pressure on the opponent to produce some counter attack. Girls energy was draining but they still fought with Tiger Pride. Carmel with a bench 10 deep was able to keep fresh legs coming in. Laila Sappington who seemed ill affect by heat was trying her hardest to support her whole team all over the field. Jocelynn Nakhammoune and Ella Collesano worked in tandem to make runs into Carmel’s red zone. In the end the girls left the field relieved that the running was done and damage to morale seemed minimal. Last game is Tuesday at Brebeuf. Very proud of the effort with the difficult weather conditions and limited subs.

Box Scores

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2
Fishers

Carmel
2


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Boys Junior Varsity Soccer beat New Palestine High School 7-0


Thursday, September 21, 2017

5:30 PM

New Palestine High School
AWAY
0

Fishers High School
HOME
7

Game Recap

The JV Tigers won 7-0 on Thursday against New Palestine.

Box Scores

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2
New Palestine

Fishers
3

4


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat New Palestine High School 4-0


Thursday, September 21, 2017

7:00 PM

New Palestine High School
AWAY
0

Fishers High School
HOME
4

Game Recap

The Tigers won Thursday night against New Palestine 4-0. The Tigers were also celebrating Senior Night. The Tigers scored two goals in the first half from junior captain Elliott Mozingo and freshman Yuto Nakame. The Tigers added two more goals in the second half from seniors Zi Mosier and Kai Zimmermann.

The Tigers next play next Thursday away at Guerin Catholic.

Box Scores

1
2
New Palestine

Fishers
2

2


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Girls Freshman Volleyball falls to Avon High School 2-0


Thursday, September 21, 2017

5:30 PM

Fishers High School
AWAY
0

Avon High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

The match was full of long rallies and lead changes but Avon pulled ahead in the end. Defense and passing fell short to Avon’s balanced offense.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
5
Fishers
21

17

Avon
25

25


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Avon High School 3-0


Thursday, September 21, 2017

6:45 PM

Fishers High School
AWAY
0

Avon High School
HOME
3

Game Recap

Fishers fell to No. 4 Avon in straight sets: 13-25, 18-25, 26-28.
The Tigers were plagued by inconsistent defense that couldn’t do much to slow down the Orioles in the first two sets. The third set was very close the whole way, but FHS couldn’t close to force a fourth.
Freshman opposite Camryn Haworth led us with six kills. Junior outside Audrey Haworth and sophomore outside Bryn Roberts each had five kills.
Junior libero Emma Rosenberg led the back row with 11 digs, while senior middle Elizabeth Weeks and junior setter Rose Duffy led the front row with 2.0 blocks each.
Duffy also had 24 assists and five digs.
Fishers plays at the Martinsville Invite Saturday, starting with matches versus Bloomington North and Bishop Chatard.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
5
Fishers
13

18

26

Avon
25

25

28


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Girls Freshman Soccer beat North Central High School 4-1


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

5:30 PM

North Central High School
AWAY
1

Fishers High School
HOME
4

Game Recap

The soccer gods were smiling on the Silver Lady Tigers, as they played host to the Panthers of North Central. Always a good match up, but on this night the heavens parted and the angels were singing the Tiger fight song. The ladies started the game with good energy, even though Emilianna Castillo had an injury and unable to help. Sage Heymann was placed in a new position as forward and quickly made life challenging for the Panthers’ back four. Hayley Brown was inserted into central mid and used her physical play to win balls back. A few times the Panthers were able to get shots off, but the confidence of Abby Smith was able to collect and get her team back on the attack. At the 21 minute mark Jocelyn Nakhammoune was able to feint her way past defenders and put the first goal on the board. The ladies were rejoicing, but quick to refocus. Emma Brinson and Marlee Weaver kept the Panthers attack in check. The 17 minute mark saw Mackenzie Boyer get another ball past the North Central keeper. The half came and ladies needed a reminder that relaxing in the second could result in Panthers coming back. The second started with same intensity. Laila Sappington was placed in several different position throughout the game and was able to shut down threats and produce scoring opportunities. Unfortunately there was a break down in communication and the Panthers were able to get a goal back. Emma Burns and Aleris Crum, who stepped out of the back line were able to control the middle of the field. With clock ticking down to 22 Vivian Wilson broke free from her mark and got a clean shot; GOOAAALLLL!! Brianna Cuahuizo was able to shut down the Panther wing attack. Hayden Stamper did a stellar job of controlling possession and distributing the ball up field. With 6 minutes to go Ella Callesano let one rip from 25 yards out and it sailed right over the goalie. The final whistle blew and the monkey leapt from our backs. Lady Tigers do battle again on Thursday against Carmel at River Road fields.

Box Scores

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2
North Central

1

Fishers
2

2


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball beat Lawrence Central High School 2-0


Monday, August 14, 2017

5:30 PM

Lawrence Central High School
AWAY
0

Fishers High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

The home opener was a great night for the Junior Varsity. We came out and executed our game plan. We didn’t let a few mistakes get in our way of taking the match. The tempo and communication were great keys for us on pulling off this win. We will take on McCutcheon on Wednesday night starting at 5:30.

Box Scores

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3
4
5
Lawrence Central
13

18

Fishers
25

25


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Avon High School 2-0


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

7:00 PM

Fishers High School
AWAY
0

Avon High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

The Tigers lost Tuesday night on the road at Avon. The Tigers were trailing at the half 0-1. The Orioles added a second late in the second half.

The Tigers next play Thursday night at home for Senior Night against New Palestine.

Box Scores

1
2
Fishers

Avon
1

1


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Multiple Teams · Fishers High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Franklin Community High School 2-1


Saturday, September 16, 2017

2:30 PM

Fishers High School
AWAY
1

Franklin Community High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

The Tigers lost to Franklin Saturday 1-2. Goal was scored by senior Drew Gavit.

Box Scores

1
2
Fishers
1

Franklin Community

2