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IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-4-16)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-4-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” With the 2016 Masters getting ready to take place in Augusta, Georgia, players are getting prepared in different ways.  Some chose to play in tournaments last week, and others decided to play practice rounds on the Augusta course. Zach Johnson, a former

Virtue of the Week: Honor

This week our virtue theme is HONOR – The strength to adhere to what is right. HONOR is so necessary for a meaningful life! We need HONOR if we expect our team, our school, our family to really win, for nothing truly is worthwhile without HONOR. PRAYER Thank you, Lord, for this day, this opportunity,

Virtue of the Week: Obedience

This week our virtue theme is OBEDIENCE – The strength to comply with and respect the authority of those in positions of leadership. OBEDIENCE is necessary for success in life. We need to have OBEDIENCE on this team, in our relationships, in our future jobs if we really expect to be able to work together

Claybourn hired as Boys Tennis Head Coach

Cole Claybourn has been named Head Boys Tennis Coach at Memorial High School seceding longtime Tiger’s Coach, Ray Trapp. Mr. Claybourn served as an assistant tennis coach at Mater Dei High School for the last three seasons and helped lead the girls’ program to a sectional championship as well as assisting the boys’ team achieving the

Prayer for Holy Week – Novena – Sacrifice

As we approach the holiest week of the year, let us remember that Jesus gave absolutely everything for us: Every drop of blood, every “ounce” of effort, every possible sacrifice. All because He loves us. We will be praying from today March 18th through and including Holy Saturday March 26th. This novena involves saying the

Mattingly Finishes Career at Wabash College

Sam Mattingly (MHS-’12) recently finished his 4 year wrestling career at Wabash College.  The Little Giants finished 3rd and 4th respectively in the NCAA D III Championships the past two seasons.  Wabash also earned their highest national ranking ever by placing 2nd at the D III National Duals. While never cracking the varsity lineup, Mattingly did

Zuber Named Assistant Wrestling Coach of the Year in Indiana

Memorial Assistant Wrestling Coach Ken Zuber was recently recognized by the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association as the Assistant Coach of the Year in Indiana.  Zuber was nominated for the honor by the 20 coaches in the Castle Regional and bested 15 other Regional nominees for the State-wide award. Zuber has been involved with

2016 IndyStar Indiana Girls All-Star – Emily Sullivan

The 6-4 North Carolina recruit averaged 18.2 points, 10.7 rebounds and 6.4 blocked shots as a senior. kyle.neddenriep@indystar.com Try to find a weakness on this year’s girls IndyStar Indiana All-Star team. Good luck. All-Stars game director Charlie Hall tried – several times. He couldn’t find one. “It seems like every year you’re deep in some

2016-17 Student-Athlete Sports Physicals Information

For the 2016-17 Athletic School Year, Tri-State Orthopaedics Surgeons and Orthopaedic Associates will be hosting a “IHSAA Sports Physical Day”.  See dates, times, and locations below: Saturday, April 2nd from 8:00am – 12:00pm Tri-State Orthopaedics Surgeons, 225 Crosslake Drive, Behind Town and Country Ford, Evansville, IN. Saturday, April 9th from 9:00am – 11:00am Orthopaedic Associates