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THE OFFICIAL 2022 SPRING SPORTS PROGRAM OF TWIN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL

ONE HEART, ONE TRIBE

SENIORS

BASEBALL

pg. 7

SOFTBALL

pg. 17

Front Row: Lilly Foster, Bailey Wiseman, Mallory VanDoren, Kailey Sanders, Peyton Applegate,

Maddy Sternfeldt, Allie Wisinski. Row 2: Ean Bowsman, Colin Seymour, Hayden Hubbard, Ty Gillum,

Max Nikulin, Angel Aguilar, Reece Arthur, Clayton Bridwell Back Row: Matthew Anderson, Maverick Arthur,

Carson Kelley, Ethan Bowsman, Cody Allen

To Our Fans :

The student body at Twin Lakes High school would like to thank our

loyal fans and encourage them to be respectful and courteous toward

our opponents and offi cials at all times. As TL fans, you represent us,

and we ask you to please represent our athletic teams in the best way

possible. We strive to build great sportsmanship in our athletes and

students. It is important to them as athletes to be perceived as

competitors with great character and positive attitudes, and we hope

that our fans will also have the same level of sportsmanship We hope

you enjoy this event and we promise that we will do our best. We want

to thank our amazing, spirited fans for their support and TL Pride!

Thank You,

Twin Lakes Indians Athletes

WE SUPPORT OUR WHITE COUNTY SCHOOLS!

GOOD LUCK!

BOYS GOLF

pg. 22

GIRLS TENNIS

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TRACK AND FIELD

pg. 30

UNIFIED TRACK

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Superintendent - Ms. Debbie Metzger

TLHS Principal - Mrs. Melissa Whitehead

TLHS Asst. Principal - Mrs. Desiree Swaim

TLHS Dean of Students - Mr. Dan Seiltz

Athletic Director - Mr. Kent Adams


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VARSITY BASEBALL

Front Row: Mason Dickson, Landon Arthur, Reece Arthur, Allen Miller, Brooklyn Dillinger, CJ Brummett, Reed Richards, Tristan Robertson,

Austin Ward. Row 2: Eli Woods, Coach Stinson, Coach Howe, Coach Moore, Coach Luzadder, Coach Wright, Coach Brummett, Tanner Coble,

Coach Greear, Coach Burton. Third Row: Clayton Burton, Jaden Franceschina, Ethan Bowsman, Ross Howard, Luke Deno, Maverick Arthur,

Max Nikulin, Ean Bowsman, Reece McKenzie, Sam Smolek, Brayden Beaver.

Q

&

A

What’s your favorite practice

drill and why?

Luke Deno

“My favorite practice drill is bunting

drills because I’m good at it.”

CJ Brummett

“My favorite practice drill is defensive

work with Coach Moore because I love

working on my fi elding mechanics.”

Tristan Robertson

“My favorite drill is catcher throwdowns

because I love playing catcher.”

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BASEBALL COACHES

What do you need to improve

on this year?

Eli Woods

“To be a better teammate and all

around better person to myself.”

Mason Dickson

“I really want to try and improve

mentally and physically in the outfi eld

to make those good plays.”

COACH BURTON

COACH MOORE

Reece McKenzie

“I’d like to improve on my offensive

approach to the plate when getting

ready to bat.”

COACH STINSON

COACH WRIGHT

COACH HOWE

COACH LUZADDER

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VARSITY SCHEDULE

FRI 4/1 SOUTH NEWTON 5:30 PM A

SAT 4/2 3 WAY W/ TL & LJ 10:00 AM A

SAT 4/2 TL/KV/LJ 12:30 PM A

TUE 4/5 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:30 PM A

WED 4/6 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:30 PM H

THU 4/7 NORTH WHITE 5:00 PM A

SAT 4/9 LOGANSPORT 11:00 AM H

MON 4/11 WEST LAFAYETTE 5:30 PM H

TUE 4/12 WEST LAFAYETTE 5:30 PM A

FRI 4/15 MCCUTCHEON 6:00 PM A

SAT 4/16 MACONAQUAH 11:00 AM A

MON 4/18 RENSSELAER 5:30 PM A

TUE 4/19 RENSSELAER 6:00 PM H

THU 4/21 WINAMAC 5:30 PM H

FRI 4/22 NORTHWESTERN 6:00 PM A

MON 4/25 FRONTIER 5:30 PM H

TUE 4/26 NORTH JUDSON 5:30 PM A

MON 5/2 TRI-COUNTY 5:30PM H

TUE 5/3 BENTON CENTRAL 5:30 PM A

WED 5/4 BENTON CENTRAL 5:30 PM H

FRI 5/6 NORTH NEWTON 6:00 PM H

TUE 5/10 ROSSVILLE 5:30 PM A

FRI 5/13 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 6:00 PM A

SAT 5/14 BIG CAT CLASSIC 12:30 PM A

WED 5/18 SEEGER 6:00 PM A

SAT 5/21 TL VS TV 11:00 AM H

SAT 5/21 RHS VS LEBANON 1:30 PM H

SAT 5/21 TV VS RHS 4:00 PM H

SAT 5/21 TL VS. LEBANON 6:30 PM H

JV BASEBALL

MON 4/4 LAFAYETTE JEFF 5:30 PM H

SAT 4/9 PIONEER 1:30 PM H

WED 4/13 WEST LAFEYETTE 5:30 PM H

THU 4/14 NORTH WHITE 5:30 PM H

SAT 4/16 MACONAQUAH 1:00 PM A

WED 4/20 HARRISON 5:30 PM H

WED 4/20 HARRISON 5:30 PM A

SAT 4/23 RENSSELAER 12:00 PM H

THU 4/28 HARRISON 5:30 PM H

SAT 4/30 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 10:30 AM A

THU 5/5 KANKAKEE VALLEY 6:00 PM A

SAT 5/7 BENTON CENTRAL 12:00 PM H

MON 5/9 PIONEER 5:00 PM A

WED 5/11 LEWIS CASS 6:00 PM A

MON 5/16 WINIMAC 5:30 PM H

THU 5/19 TRI-COUNTY 5:30 PM A

FRI 5/20 LOGANSPORT 5:30 PM A

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BASEBALL ROSTERS

NUMBER NAME GRADE

#1 ROSS HOWARD 10

#2 ELI WOODS 9

#3 AUSTIN WARD 9

#6 REECE MCKENZIE 10

#7 REED RICHARDS 11

#8 TRISTAN ROBERTSON 10

#9 CLAYTON BURTON 10

#10 BRAYDEN BEAVER 9

#11 TANNER COBLE 10

#12 MASON DICKSON 9

#14 ALLEN MILLER 11

#16 CJ BRUMMETT 10

#17 MAVERICK ARTHUR 12

#18 ETHAN BOWSMAN 12

#21 JADEN FRANCESCHINA 11

#24 REECE ARTHUR 12

#25 SAM SMOLEK 10

#27 LUKE DENO 11

#28 EAN BOWSMAN 12

#36 MAX NIKULIN 12

#44 LANDON ARTHUR 10

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We’ll Help You

RECOVER

HEAL &

EXCEL

Orthopaedic and Sportsmedicine Physicians:

Paul E. Rodenhouse, DO

John T. Bauman, MD

Peter J. Torok, MD

Daniel J. Daluga, MD

Michael E. Highhouse, MD

Mark C. Page, MD

Michael D. Krauss, MD

Joel A. Virkler, DO

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REECE ARTHUR

For the last 4 years, Reece has

participated in tennis, basketball and

baseball. He has played each sport

all 4 years. He received 4 Mental

attitude awards for tennis, All-Hoosier

conference for Baseball, and Phil

Boze Pitching award for baseball.

His favorite spring sport memory is

playing in the sectional championship

his junior year. Reece’s future plans

are to attend college for Elementary

Education. His favorite spring sport

drill is sprint strides because he gets

to watch everyone else run. He is

looking forward to getting healthy and

getting to play. One tradition Reece

has is that he listens to Hubbard’s

pregame speech. Besides sports, Reece

is also involved in Roadies. His

personal goal is to make a comeback

during the season.

MAVERICK ARTHUR

Maverick plays both football and

baseball at Twin Lakes. He has

played each sport since the 1st

grade. An award Maverick has won is

Most-Improved in football. His favorite

spring sport memory is having Burton

push him every practice to better

himself. His future plans are to either

join the Air Force to become a pilot or

move to Tennesse and fi nd a good job

to build a house and start a family.

His favorite spring sport drill is

base running because he likes to

practice as much as possible.

Maverick is most looking forward to

getting a winning record this year

and winning on his senior night.

Besides sports, Maverick is involved

in chess club, 4-H, and Roadies Club.

His personal goal is to beat the

stolen base record of 31.

EAN BOWSMAN

Ean has played football, basketball,

and baseball. He has played each

sport all 4 years. He has received All

White-County for football. Ean’s favorite

spring sport memory is reaching

the sectional championship last year.

His future plans are to go to college

and major in communications. His favorite

spring sport practice drill is the

bunt drill. Ean is most looking forward

to having fun with his teammates.

His personal goal is to have a +90%

fi elding percentage.

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ETHAN BOWSMAN

Ethan is a 3 sport athlete at Twin

Lakes participating in football, basketball,

and baseball for all 4 years.

Some previous awards or records

Ethan has accomplished include the

sportsmanship/mental attitude award,

All-Confernce, All-Area, All-County,

and Academic-All State. His favorite

Spring sport memory is last years

sectional run. Ethan’s future plans are

to go to college and to study physical

therapy. His favorite baseball practice

drill is simulated scrimmage because

it’s the closest drill they do that is like

a game. He is most looking forward

to sectional this year. Besides sports,

Ethan is also involved in National

Honor Society and Roadies. His personal

goal is to make less errors and

have a higher batting average than

last year.

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MAKSYM NIKULIN

Maksym has played football and

baseball as a foreign exchange

student at Twin Lakes. His favorite

memory would be becoming part of

the team. His future plan are to attend

a University. His favorite spring

sport drill is simulated scrimmage.

Maksym is most looking forward to

having an opportunity to play. His

personal goal is to do his best since

it is his fi rst time playing baseball.


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SOFTBALL COACHES

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COACH WALKER

COACH GILFORD

COACH BRIDGE

The CITY OF MONTICELLO

supports our

TWIN LAKES STUDENTS

in all their endeavors, MONTICELLO

in the classroom,

on the field and in the arts!

Mayor Cathy Gross

Clerk/Treasurer Jim Mann

Council at Large Ken Houston

Ward 1 & Council President Doug Pepple

Ward 2 Kim Kramer

Ward 3 Bill Cheever

Ward 4 Ralph Widmer ‘21

Ward 4 Dan Oldenkamp ‘22

Police Chief Jason Lingenfelter

Fire Chief Galen Logan

Street Superintendent Frank Arthur

Parks Superintendent Mitch Billue

Water Superintendent Wade Cohagan

Wastewater Superintendent Bob Lindley

ADA/Title VI Coordinator Diane Bunnell

Safety Compliance Officer Bob Hickman

SOFTBALL ROSTER

#5 Peyton Applegate Senior

#2 Lilly Foster Senior

#8 Allie Wisinski Senior

#9 Mallory VanDoren Senior

#22 McKenna Wilson Junior

#4 Makenna Downahm Junior

#24 Abbygail Bothof Sophomore

#14 Kaitlyn Whitaker Sophomore

#12 Layla Sterns Freshman

#10 Cydney Wert Freshman

#3 Jasmine West Freshman

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VARSITY SOFTBALL

Front Row: Mallory VanDoren, Peyton Applegate, Allie Wisinski, Lilly Foster, McKenna Wilson. Row 2: Coach Reiff, Coach Gilford, Coach Walker,

Coach Bridge. Back Row: Layla Stearns, Cydney Wert, Jasmine West, Makenna Downham, Kaitlyn Whitaker, Abbygail Bothof.

Q

&

A

What are you most looking

forward to this season?

Makenna Downham

“Looking forward to a fresh start with

new coaches and just super excited for

the season.”

McKenna Wilson

“I am most looking forward to playing

under a new coaching staff and having

fun with my friends.”

Cydney Wert

“Looking forward to building stronger

connections with my teamates and

coaches.”

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VARSITY SOFTBALL

SCHEDULE

TUE 3/29 FRONTIER 5:00 PM A

WED 3/30 MCCUTCHEON 5:30 PM A

SAT 4/2 CLINTON CENTRAL 11:00 AM H

TUE 4/5 CARROLL 5:00 PM H

THU 4/7 WEST LAFAYETTE 5:30 PM H

SAT 4/9 LOGANSPORT 11:00 AM H

TUE 4/12 PERU 5:30 PM H

WED 4/13 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:30 PM A

THU 4/14 CASTON 5:30 PM H

SAT 4/16 RENSSELAER 10:00 AM A

THU 4/21 DELPHI 5:00 PM A

FRI 4/22 HARRISON 5:00 PM H

TUE 4/26 BENTON CENTRAL 5:30 PM H

WED 4/27 BENTON CENTRAL 5:30 PM H

FRI 4/29 NORTH MIAMI 6:00 PM A

TUE 5/3 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5:30 PM H

WED 5/4 WEST LAFAYETTE 5:30 PM A

FRI 5/6 TL INVITE 5:00 PM H

SAT 5/7 TL INVITE 9:00 AM H

TUE 5/10 FRONTIER 5:00 PM H

FRI 5/13 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 6:00 PM H

MON 5/16 FAITH CHRISTIAN 5:30 PM H

THU 5/19 LEWIS CASS 5:00 PM H

FRI 5/20 LAFAYETTE JEFF 5:30 PM A

PEYTON APPLEGATE

Peyton has played softball all four

years of high school. She earned

All Conference (HC) and Academic

Awards. Her favorite memory is

listening to music on the bus. You’ll

see her draw a “G” and a cross in

the dirt before she bats. Her favorite

drill is the front toss and taking infi eld

ground balls. She is excited for the

new coaching staff and is working

towards getting the Academic Award

this Spring. Her future plans are to go

to beauty school in an effort to become

a nail tech.

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LILLY FOSTER

Lilly has played basketball and softball

for four years and managed the

volleyball team for two years. She is a

10 Letter Varsity recipient, J & C Big

School All Area team and

her favorite memory is hitting two

homeruns against Benton Central.

Her favorite drill is front toss on the

fi eld because she gets time to see her

hits and stand with her teammates.

One of Lilly’s traditions is to pray

during the National Anthem. She is

also involved in Roadies, TL Interact,

and is the Chief Editor for Tribe Radio.

She is looking forward to bonding

with her team and making new memories

this year. Her personal goal is to

look for improvement and commit to a

college.

MALLORY VANDOREN

Mallory has competed two years in

Unifi ed Football and Track, three

years in Swimming, and one year

in Softball. She has won the Larry

Crabb Sportsmanship Award in swimming

and unifi ed football. Her favorite

practice drill is front toss. She is most

looking forward to gaining great

relationship with all the other girls.

She has helped edit all three sports

programs this year as part of her

graphic design course; and she is the

face of “So TL Thinks They Can

TikTok” show on Tribe TV. Her

personal goal this year is to hit the

ball and not get out. Her future plans

are to attend Ball State University

for Psychology.

ALLIE WISINSKI

Allie has been involved with unifi ed

fl ag football for 3 years, wrestling

manager for 3 years, and softball for

4 years. She has earned MVP, Indian

Award, and the Larry Crabb Sportsmanship

award. Her favorite memory

this spring is having three seniors

hit homers. Her favorite practice drill

is just catching fl y balls because it’s

easy. She is most looking forward

to having more of a family aspect

instead of just playing softball. She

always has to have ribbon in her hair

and her visor on when playing. She is

also involved in Roadies. Her personal

goal this season is to hit another

dinger/homer. Her future plans are to

attend Indiana Wesleyan University to

become an Occupational Therapist.

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A Special Thanks to those who give

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BOYS GOLF COACHES

COACH HARKER

COACH COMER

BOYS GOLF SCHEDULE

SAT 4/9 HHS INVITE 1:00 PM A

WED 4/13 MCCUTCHEON 4:30 PM A

THU 4/14 BC/CARROLL 4:30 PM H

SAT 4/16 TL INVITE 10:00 AM H

SAT 4/23 LOGANSPORT INVITE 8:00 AM A

TUE 4/26 TL/CC 5:00 PM A

SAT 4/30 JV BOOSTER INVITE 1:00 PM A

MON 5/2 DELPHI/LC 5:00PM H

THU 5/5 SOUTH NEWTON 5:30 PM H

SAT 5/7 PLYMOUTH 10:00 AM A

MON 5/9 TL/FRONTIER 4:30 PM H

THU 5/12 BENTON CENTRAL 4:30 PM A

SAT 5/14 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 10:00 AM A

WED 5/18 TL/HARRISON 4:30 PM A

SAT 5/21 WL INVITE 9:00 AM A

TUE 5/24 LHS/WINAMAC 5:00 PM A

FRI 6/3 SECTIONAL 12:00 PM A

THU 6/9 REGIONAL 10:00 AM A

ROSTER

Hayden Hubbard 12

Nick Alexander 11

Liam Sternfeldt 11

Hyat Hubbard 10

Jamison Ousley 10

Finn Roth 10

Rae Roth 10

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Caleb Weiss 10

Leo Dellinger 9

Kane Dowden 9

Griffin Hornung 9

Kyle Kiser 9

Cole Woodley 9

HAYDEN HUBBARD

Hayden is a three sport athlete. He

has played tennis, basketball, and

golf all four years of high school. He

has been on four sectional teams,

has received All-Conference for

Tennis, and All District and All State

Honorable Mention for tennis.

His favorite golf memory is playing

practice rounds with friends. He is

most looking forward to winning a

sectional championship this Spring,

and his goal is to shoot below an 80.

Hayden is also involved in National

Honor Society, Roadies, and

Business Professionals of America.

He plans to attend Purdue University

and major in Sales and Sales

Management.

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BOYS GOLF

Front Row: Nick Alexander, Jamison Ousley, Hayden Hubbard, Leo Dellinger, Cole Woodley. Row 2: Coach Comer, Finn Roth, Kyle Kiser, Hyat

Hubbard, Rae Roth, Coach Harker. Back Row: Coach Vogel, GriffIn Hornung, Caleb Wise, Liam Sternfeldt, Kane Dowden.

Q&

A

JAMISON OUSLEY

What’s your favorite hole on the course?

“I like hole 1 because of the scenic views

by the lake.”

LEO DELLINGER

What’s your favorite club?

“My favorite club is my driver.”

NICK ALEXANDER

What’s your favorite drill during practice?

“My favorite drill is the bucket drill.”

Good Luck

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GIRLS TENNIS

Front Row: Addie Bowsman, Hannah Hodgen, Emma Need, Kailey Sanders, Ava Kaufmann, Samantha Hornung, Addie Cocanower

Row 2: Madison Stangle, Jessie Alexander, Izabella Biddle, Jaylee Marmolijo, Madi Finn, Morgan Gaylen, Michelle Hernandez,

Ava Bouwkamp Back Row: Coach Rogers, Coach Need.

Q

&

A

What is your biggest goal

this tennis season?

MADI FINN

“My biggest goal this season is to

compete for a varsity spot.”

EMMA NEED

“My biggest goal is to win sectionals as

a team.”

ADDIE BOWSMAN

“My goal this season is to win the

conference championship.”

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GIRLS TENNIS

SCHEDULE

MON 4/4 LAFAYETTE JEFF 5:00 PM A

WED 4/6 ROSSVILLE 4:30 PM A

SAT 4/9 LOGANSPORT INVITE 10:00 AM A

MON 4/11 FRANKFORT 5:30 PM H

TUE 4/12 LOGANSPORT 4:30 PM H

THU 4/14 KOKOMO 5:00 PM H

MON 4/18 LEWIS CASS 5:00 PM A

WED 4/20 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 4:30 PM A

TUE 4/26 BENTON CENTRAL 4:30 PM H

WED 4/27 WEST LAFAYETTE 4:30 PM H

TUE 5/3 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H

THU 5/5 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H

FRI 5/6 HOOSIER CONFERENCE 5:00 PM H

TUE 5/10 CARROLL 4:30 PM A

WED 5/11 HARRISON 4:30 PM H

THU 5/12 RENSSELAER 5:30 PM H

SAT 5/14 DELPHI 10:00 AM H

MON 5/16 NORTH JUDSON 5:30 PM H

WED 5/18 IHSAA SECTIONAL 4:45 PM A

THU 5/19 IHSAA SECTIONAL 4:45 PM A

FRI 5/20 IHSAA SECTIONAL 4:45 PM A

GIRLS TENNIS

ROSTER

Kailey Sanders 12

Emma Need 11

Hannah Hodgen 11

Madi Finn 11

Samantha Hornung 11

Jessie Alexander 11

Jaylee Marmolijo 10

Addie Cocanower 10

Ava Kaufmann 10

Addie Bowsman 9

Ava Bouwkamp 9

Michelle Hernandez 9

Izabella Biddle 9

Madison Stangle 9

Morgan Gaylen 9

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Kailey Sanders

Kailey has been competing in tennis all four years of high

school. She is also active in cheer. Her previous records

consist of All-District, All-Hoosier Conference, and The Larry

Crabb Sportsmanship award. Her favorite memory is bus rides

with the team. She plans to study Business Administration at

Purdue University. Her favorite drill is queen of the court. Kailey

is looking forward to winning another sectional title. Before

every match she gives her dad a fi st bump for good luck. She is

involved in band, NHS, Key Club, UWJB, and Student Council.

Kailey wishes to improve her season Win/Loss record.

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GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Front Row: Stella Roth, Ariel Davis, Jacquline Rilenge, Bailey Wiseman, Maddy Sternfeldt, Alaina Wolfe, Kora Pass Row 2: Rhyan Strange,

Coach Snyder, Coach Allen, Coach Scanlon, Coach Griesey, Coach Creamer. Back Row: Karstin McCloskey, Izarie Metcalf, Emma Pampel,

Kortney Kyser, Lilly Roth, Jocelyn Favela, Karen Aragon.

BOYS

Brandon Howard 12

Carson Kelley 12

Cayden Dunbar 11

Justin Scott 11

Liam Sternfeldt 11

Aidan Totten 11

Evan Vogel 11

Lane Andrews 10

Lucas Graham 10

Loghan Howard 10

Hyat Hubbard 10

Cameron Kelley 10

Yahir Lopez 10

Nolan Roeske 10

Finnigan Roth 10

Raegan Roth 10

Caleb Weiss 10

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ROSTER

GIRLS

Maddy Sternfeldt 12

Bailey Wiseman 12

Ariel Davis 11

Karstin McCloskey 11

Izarie Metcalf 11

Kora Pass 11

Stella Roth 11

Alaina Wolfe 11

Karen Aragon 10

Kortney Kyser 10

Emma Pampel 10

Lilly Roth 10

Rhyan Strange 10

Jocelyn Favela 9

Jacqueline Rilenge 9

Q

&

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What is your favorite event?

Kortney Kyser

“My favorite event is the 4x4.”

Lilly Roth

“My favorite event is the 4x8.”

Stella Roth

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BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Front Row: Chayse Andrews, Jackson Fry, Avery Condo, Kaeden Dishon, Angel Aguilar, Ty Gillum, Colin Seymour, Clayton Bridwell,

Adyn Venters, Landon Hedington, Justin Scott. Row 2: Joseph Shrock, Eric Butt, Hunter Musall, Lucas Graham, Aidan Totten,

Coach Allen, Coach Scanlon, Coach Snyder, Coach Griesey, Coach Creamer, Oliver Wright, Dakota Vanweeldon, Jeffrey Bulington

Back Row: Bruce Ramirez, Alberto Perez-Castro, Ryan Nickerson, Maxston Baker-Hoover, Jayden Schneider, Gavin Businger, Gage Custer,

Hunter Lehocky, Teagan Snowberger, Michael Lohrman, Sidney Hilblom.

Q

&

A

What was your favorite meet?

Adyn Venters

“My favorite meet was the Hoosier

Conference because there was a lot

of competition and people to interact

with.”

Gavin Businger

“TL relays was my favorite because our

4X1 relay team broke the record and

we won the meet as a team and got the

trophy”

Justin Scott

“My favorite track meet was regional

because the other runners pushed me

so I finally got under 4:50 on my mile.”

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SCHEDULE

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THU APR 7 WEST LAFAYETTE 5:00 PM A

TUE APR 12 BC/TL 5:00 PM A

TUE APR 19 TL/SOUTHMONT 5:15 PM A

FRI APR 22 P.L. RELAYS 6:00 PM H

MON APR 25 LOGANSPORT 4:45 PM H

FRI APR 29 GENE EDMONDS RELAYS 5:45 PM A

TUE MAY 3 BI-CO 5:00 PM H

FRI MAY 6 HOOSIER CONF 6:00 PM A

WED MAY 11 RMD 6:00 PM A

TUE MAY 17 SECTIONAL-GIRLS 5:30 PM A

THU MAY 19 SECTIONAL- BOYS 5:30 PM A

TUE MAY 24 REGIONAL- GIRLS 6:00 PM A

THU MAY 26 REGIONAL- BOYS 6:00 PM A

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ANGEL AGUILAR

Angel Aguilar has been running track

for two years and has been playing

soccer for four years. Angel runs the

400 meter, 100 meter, and the 4X400.

Angel also does long jump. Angel

plans to attend IUPUI and major in

Construction Management. Angel’s

personal goals for this season are to

record new PR’s. What Angel is most

looking forward to is to win sectional

as a team. Angel also participates in

BPA where he won regional and state

in video production team event. His

superstitions are eating an unhealthy

meal before running every track meet.

CLAYTON BRIDWELL

Clayton Bridwell has played tennis

for 4 years, basketball for 4 years,

baseball for 3 years, and track for one

year. Clayton has won two sectionals

in tennis and one in basketball. Clayton

has also had the honor of scoring

1,000 points for the basketball team.

Clayton’s future plans are to study

Sports Marketing at Purdue University.

Clayton’s favorite track practice

drill is block starts because it is easy

and benefi cial. Clayton is looking

forward to winning sectionals and

running with his friends this season.

Clayton is involved in Roadies and TL

Interact. Clayton’s personal goals are

to win a sectional.

TY GILLUM

Ty Gillum has been running track

for 4 years, playing basketball for 4

years, played tennis for three years,

and football for a year. Ty has won

the sectional in track in 2019 and

2021, and also holds the 4x1 record.

Ty’s favorite spring sport memory is

breaking the 4x1 record. Ty’s favorite

practice drill is block starts. Ty looks

forward to breaking the school record

in the 400 and 200 meter races this

year. Ty has a superstition of always

wearing his lucky pair of undies. Ty

also participates in clubs such as:

Roadies, BPA, and TL Interact.

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Practicing a wide range of

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Providing area schools with

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COLIN SEYMOUR

Colin Seymour has been running

track for four years, playing basketball

for four years, and playing football for

four years. Colin currently holds the

4x1 record and looks to break the 100

meter record this season. Colin plans

to study psychology and play football

at the University of Indianapolis. Colin

says his favorite drill is timed 40s because

of the time between reps. Ty’s

goal this year is to win sectional for

a third year in a row. Colin’s superstitions

are to go to Wendy’s before

every meet. Colin aslo participates in

NHS, Roadies, and TL Interact.

MADDY STERNFELDT

Maddy Sternfeldt has ran cross country

for 4 years, participated in swimming

and diving for 2 years, and ran

track for 4 years. Maddy was awarded

the Pride and Hustle and Desire

Award and top female runner in cross

country. Maddy’s favorite memory

for track was moving onto regional in

4x8. Maddy’s future plans are to

attend the University of Georgia

majoring in Chemistry. Maddy enjoys

long running days in cross country.

Maddy looks forward to moving onto

regional again. Maddy’s tradition is

to say a prayer. Maddy is involved in

NHS and Student Council. Maddy’s

goal is to break 6 in the mile again.

BAILEY WISEMAN

Bailey Wiseman has participated in

cheer for 3 years, 2 years of track,

and 4 years of band. Bailey earned

the Outstanding Marcher Award and

Overall Outstanding Award in band.

Bailey was a 2 time All-American

Cheer Team recipient and a 3 time

tumbling award winner for cheer.

Bailey’s favorite memory is riding

home after each meet. Bailey’s future

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lifting at Ball State University. Bailey is

most exicted to improve her abilities

and have fun this Spring. Bailey’s

personal goals are make it the best

track season possible.

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UNIFIED TRACK & FIELD

Front Row: Reece Bartlett, Kris Kauffman, Savannah Asbell, Madison Smith, Kelsie Smith, Natalie VanDoren Back row: Coach Anderson,

Cody Allen, Dakota Denton, Carson Kelley, Matthew Anderson, Kevin Hernandez, Coach Anderson

Q

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A

WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE

PART ABOUT THE SPORT?

KRIS KAUFFMAN

“My favorite part about track is getting

to meet new people and having fun.”

SAVANNAH ASBELL

“I like being able to run and be around

my friends.”

UNIFIED TRACK & FIELD

SCHEDULE

TUE 4/19 HAMILTON HEIGHTS 6:00 PM H

SAT 4/23 WEST LAFAYETTE INVITE 3:00 PM A

MON 4/25 LOGANSPORT 5:00 PM H

MON 5/2 LOGANSPORT 5:00 PM A

SAT 5/7 FORT WAYNE 12:00 PM A

WED 5/11 WESTERN 5:00 PM A

MON 5/16 HARRISON 5:00 PM A

SAT 5/21 IHSAA SECTIONAL 1:00 PM A

KELSIE SMITH

“Jumping and hanging out with Coach

Anderson.”

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CODY ALLEN

Cody Allen has participated in Unifi ed

Track for 2 years. His favorite memory

is long jump with his friends and

his favorite drill to practice is shot put

because it’s fun to throw. Previously

Allen has earned tied the 100m Dash

Record. This season, Allen is most

looking forward to bonding closer to

teammates. Outside of Unifi ed Track,

Allen is involved in National Honor

Society and stage crew. His future

plans are to graduate and attend

Purdue University.

MATTHEW ANDERSON

Matthew Anderson has been in

Unifi ed Track, Unifi ed Football, and

Swimming all 3 years, he also

participated in basketball. His

previous awards include Outstanding

Newcomer in SSwimming and the

Indian Award in Unifi ed football. One

superstition Matthew has is he wears

the same clothing brand during his

activities. He is involved in band and

Jazz band. His future plans are to

attend Illinois College and swim.

CARSON KELLEY

Carson Kelley is a 3 sport athlete

including football, swimming, and

Unifi ed Track. While running for

Unifi ed Track, he set a 100m dash

record and his favorite memory is

practicing with the team. His goal

is to be able to enjoy this spring

season and his favorite practice drill

is freeze tag. Kelley’s future plans

are to graduate and attend Ivy Tech

Community College.

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