IndyStar is recognizing its 10 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 May 21.
JACKSON BLAND, Lebanon
Bland pitched a complete game, no-hitter, striking out 12 batters in an 8-0 victory over Sagamore Conference opponent Tri-West May 20.
GABBY SCHNAITER, Fishers
Between May 17-18, Schnaiter struck out 15 batters and picked up with victories over Zionsville and Pendleton Heights.
MATTHEW CHAPMAN, Mooresville
Chapman shot 78 against Brownsburg May 17 and followed that up with 74 against Bloomington North May 18. He finished the week with a 72 en route to becoming Mid-State Conference champion at Winding River Golf Course May 21.
AUBREY POPOVIC, Southport
Popovic led her doubles team to 7-6, 6-3 victories to seal the sectional title for the Cardinals May 21.
TANNER DUNWOODY, Westfield
In Westfield’s 20-0 victory over North Central May 20, Dunwoody led his team in scoring with eight points.
EMMA WILDHART, Hamilton Southeastern/Fishers
Wildhart had three goals, six assists, four forced turnovers and one interception in the regional tournament win over Penn May 20.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
JORDAN HOLLEY, Goshen
Holley won the shot put with 149 feet, 3 inches and discus with 49 feet, 5 inches at the sectional meet May 19.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
SHANICE LEWIS, River Forest
At the Lowell sectional, Lewis finished first in the 100- and 200-meter dashes. Those victories qualified her for the regional meet at Chesterton.
WILL VAKALAHI, Penn
Vakalahi scored three tries in the Boys High School Rugby National Championship in Charlotte, N.C. May 21 in the team’s 19-14 loss to Xavier (N.Y.).
Other Nominees: Anna Simons, Greenwood Christian; Marsha Jean-Baptiste, Broad Ripple; Paige McGraw, Mooresville; Ashton Slone, Plainfield; Camille Christopher, HSE; Jenna Barker, Seton Catholic; Julie LeBlanc, Mooresville; Aaron Culver, Mooresville; Connor Hurt, Mooresville; Zoe Woods, Carmel; Samantha Galloway, Carmel; Max Mckee, Shenandoah; Nate Isenthal, Guerin Catholic; Jasper MacLean, Park Tudor; Tyler Fairchild, Oak Hill; Jordan Sconce, Heritage Christian.
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