IndyStar is recognizing its four high school American Family Insurance All-USA Indiana athletes of the week. For more information about our Indiana Sports Awards, contact Jennifer Brugh at email@example.com or Matthew Glenesk at firstname.lastname@example.org. These athletes were chosen for the week ending Feb. 27.
TYASHA HARRIS, Heritage Christina
Harris averaged 23.5 points per game this season and led her team to an overall 26-4 record. In the 2015 season, Harris led her team to a state championship in Class 2A, and this year to a Class 3A championship win over North Harrison on Feb. 27. She finished the game with 27 points, four rebounds seven steals and two assists.
CRAIG YOUNG, Fort Wayne Wayne
In the contest against Fort Wayne Canterbury on Feb. 21, Young scored 19 points, had 15 rebounds and two assists. On Feb. 27, the freshman also finished the game against Richmond with 17 points, 10 rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal.
CHANDLER BRAY, Avon
Bray won the state title in the 100 breaststroke while setting a national record. He was also a member of the state record-setting 200 freestyle relay and state championship 200 medley relay. Bray earned the Herman F. Kellar Mental Attitude Award.
MARIA TRAHIN, Bishop Dwenger
Trahin won the vault with 9.70 and the all-around with a 37.625 in the sectional meet on Feb. 27.
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Other Nominees: Shawn Beeler, Warren Central; Shaila Beeler, Warren Central; Keegan Fetters, Lakewood Park Christian School; Tanner Yeryar, Shakamak.
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The event, which starts at 6 p.m. April 28, will feature a keynote speech by Andrew Luck, a sit-down dinner, video tributes of nominees and the announcement of the IndyStar Mr. Basketball award presented by the Indiana Pacers and the IndyStar Miss Basketball Award presented by the Indiana Fever — among many other awards. For more information, to vote on the best fan experience award or to buy tickets, go to indystar.com/indianasportsawards. Athletes being honored and one guest may attend for free. Nominated athletes will be notified through their athletic department. A limited number of tickets are available to the public for $50. Go to indystar.com/indianasportsawards for more information or to buy tickets.