Lenhart Leads Oak Hill’s Selections To The C-T Fall Players Of The Year

Posted on December 27, 2011 in Boy's Cross Country, Boy's Soccer, Fall Sports

Lenhart runs in a 2011 meet.

1. Brandon Dubuque, Marion boys’ tennis

Dubuque was the No. 1 singles player for the Giant state-qualifying team. He was named second-team All-state singles by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association. He also was named first-team all North Central Conference.

Dubuque finished his senior season with a 25-3 record and was 99-10 for his four-year career at No. 1 singles. The 99 wins at No. 1 singles is the most ever by a Grant County tennis player, male of female.

2. Gavin Pearson, Eastbrook football

Pearson set the Panther single-season rushing record with 1,702 yards. He had 17 rushing touchdowns. He also had nine catches for 192 yards and three touchdowns. He had 2,216 all-purpose yards.

He was third in the county in scoring with 132 points. He also had 75 tackles on defense.

3. Josh Neideck, Eastbrook cross country

The Panthers’ No. 1 runner had a standout sophomore season, helping Eastbrook reach the semistate as a team. He won the Grant Four, CIC, sectional and regional meets. He won the sectional meet in a time of 16:01. The following week, he won the regional meet in a time of 16:06. His season ended after taking 21st in his second-consecutive semistate appearance.

4. Hunter Wise, Madison-Grant volleyball

The Argyll junior was named Class 2A first-team All-state. She finished the season with 474 kills, 112 blocks, 107 digs and 49 aces. The 112 blocks is the third most in school history for a season. She is Madison-Grant’s career leader in blocks and is second in career kills.

She was named to the All-Central Indiana Conference Team. She also played in the junior North/South All-Star match at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis.

5. Cedric Presley, Madison-Grant  football

Presley finished his senior season with 1,526 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns. He also caught 27 passes for 526 yards and seven touchdowns. He had 2,835 all-purpose yards. He led the county with 174 points. He was named first-team all CIC.

6. Kayla Adamson, Marion girls’ golf

Adamson was the No. 1 golfer for the Giants’ sectional-championship team. She was medalist at the NCC Meet and the sectional tournament. She fired a 79 to win the sectional by seven strokes. She won the conference tournament by shooting a one-under par 72.

7. Sophie Seward, Eastbrook cross country

The sophomore helped the Panthers reach the semistate as a team. She won the Grant Four and CIC Meets and also qualified as an individual for the sectional and regional meets.

Seward took second at the sectional in at time of 19:15. She also was second at the regional meet in a time of 19:15. At the semistate meet, she placed 17th and was two spots away from advancing to the state finals.

8. Tom Roush, Eastbrook football

Roush led the Panthers with 14 tackles for loss. He was named to the IFCA 3A defensive first team, the second consecutive year he received all-state honors from the coaches. He finished third on the team with 765 tackles from his nose guard position. He was an all-CIC first team selection on defense.

9. Laura Friday, Marion girls’ soccer

Friday was the offensive MVP for the Giants regional-qualifying team. She also was named to the all-NCC team. Friday finished with 24 goals and 13 assists while helping the Giants finish 15-3. She is Marion’s all-time leader in goals scored.

10. Shallen Lenhart, Oak Hill girls’ cross country

The Golden Eagle freshman advanced to the semistate as an individual. She placed fifth in the sectional in a time of 20:38, helping the Eagles take second as a team and advance to the regional. Lenhart then took sixth at the regional to advance to the semistate.

Lenhart took third at the CIC Meet and was second at the Grant Four Meet.

11. Marcus Marble, Marion football

Marble led the Giant rushing attack with 1,049 yards and 18 touchdowns. He also had 11 catches for 274 yards and one touchdown.

He had 1,655 all-purpose yards. Marble had two interceptions on defense.


12. Vinai Oddiraju, Marion boys’ tennis

Oddiraju was the No. 2 singles player for the Giant state-qualifying team. He was named first-team all NCC. Oddiraju finished 23-4 in his first season at No. 2 singles.

13. Tyler Young, Madison-Grant football

An IFCA Class 2A All-state linebacker, Young led the Argylls with 85 tackles, including 64 solo stops. He had a team-high 13 tackles for loss and also tied for the team high with three interceptions. Young was named all-CIC first team on defense.

Offensively, Young rushed for 1,194 yards and 13 touchdowns. He also had eight catches for 185 yards.

14. Luke Lance, Marion boys’ soccer

Lance was named the Marion boys’ soccer team’s MVP. He was an all-district top team player award winner. He also was named to the district all-academic team.

15. Kaman Tabor, Marion boys’ tennis

Tabor was the No. 3 singles player for the Giant state-qualifying team. He was named first-team all NCC. During Marion’s postseason tournament run, Tabor won three three-set matches. Over the last three years, Tabor was 10-1 in three-set matches.

Tabor finished 25-2 at No. 3 singles for the Giants.

16. Gerritt Taylor, Oak Hill boys’ soccer

Taylor led the Golden Eagles’ regional-qualifying team with 18 goals. He had four goals in a season-opening win over Tipton. He had four games where he scored at least two goals.

Taylor helped Oak Hill finish the season 14-3-2.

17. Madeline Cramer, Eastbrook cross country

Cramer was the No. 2 runner for the Panther team that advanced to the semistate. She placed 12th in the regional in a time of 20:02, helping the Panthers place fifth as a team and earn a spot at the semistate. Cramer finished sixth at the sectional, helping Eastbrook take third as a team. She took second at the CIC Meet.

18. David Rodman, Eastbrook cross country

Rodman was the No. 2 runner for the Panthers’ semistate qualifying team.

Rodman placed second in the Grant Four Meet. He was named to the All-CIC team after taking ninth at the conference meet. Rodman placed 15th at the sectional meet.

19. Luke Colvin, Oak Hill boys’ cross country

Colvin helped lead the Golden Eagles to the semistate. He placed third in the sectional in a time of 17:17, helping the Golden Eagles take second in the team standings. Colvin was the Golden Eagles’ top finisher at the regional, taking 16th. That helped Oak Hill place fifth in the team standings.

Colvin placed third at the Grant 4 Meet, helping the Eagles win a 13th straight Grant Four championship. He placed third at the CIC Meet.

20. Olivia Stroup, Madison-Grant volleyball

Stroup was named Class 2A second-team All-State. She finished her senior season with 334 kills, 85 blocks, 279 digs and 43 aces. She is second on Madison-Grant’s career aces list. She also has won more matches than any player in Madison-Grant history, being on teams that combined to win 101 wins over her four years.

Stroup played in the North/South volleyball all-star match at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis. She was named to the all-CIC team.

21. Abram Fleming, Mississinewa boys’ tennis

Fleming was named second-team all-state. He finished his junior season with a 15-6 record. All of his losses came to players that were either first- or second-team all-state. Fleming, the Indians’ No. 1 singles player, helped Mississinewa win a fifth-straight CIC championship.

22. Jacob Singer, Eastbrook football

Singer shined in his first year at quarterback for the Panthers. He rushed for 1,027 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also completed 32 passes for 603 yards and 11 touchdowns. He had 1,636 yards of total offense.

Singer also was the Panthers’ place kicker, having 47 extra points and two field goals. As a defensive back, Singer tied for the county lead with five interceptions.

23. Lauren Heeter, Eastbrook volleyball

The senior was named to the All-CIC team. She led the Panthers in kills while helping Eastbrook to a 23-9 record and second place finish in the conference. Eastbrook advanced to the sectional finals before losing to No. 3-ranked and defending state champion Bellmont.

24. Chris Osborne, Mississinewa football

Osborne was among the state leaders and led the county with 112.5 total tackles. He had 92 solo tackles, including seven tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, and one pass deflection. He had one intereption, which he returned for a 30-yard touchdown.

Osborne was an all-CIC first team defensive player.

25. Lauren Tibbets, Oak Hill girls’ golf

As the only member of the Oak Hill team, Tibbetts won the Grant Four championship with an 89. She had a hole-in-one in the meet following her Grant Four championship.

She placed second at the CIC Meet with an 89.

In the sectional at Chippendale Country Club, Tibbets fired an 88 and lost in a playoff for the third, and final, regional-qualifying spot.


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