2004 - 2005 highlightsTuesday, May 24, 2005 By Current Staff
FALL/WINTER SPORTS Basketball The girls basketball team ended its season at supersectionals. The boys ended their season in regional play. Wrestling The wrestling team ended its season by taking fourth in state as a team. The Indians were led by Steve Dwyer, who recieved second in state in the 152-pound weight class. swimming The boys swim team ended its season with Matt Cooper capturing ninth in state in the 100 breaststroke. boys soccer The boys soccer team ended after a winning season but lost in sectional play. Aurie Chapman was named Most Valuable Player of the 2004 season. Football Warren McCarty was announced MVP of the team, Brian Dombeck was the Rookie of the Year, Sean Wiley was Offensive Player of the Year and Matt Miglin received the Special Teams award. SPRING SPORTS Tennis The tennis team ended with a sixth-place finish in the conference. track The boys track team finished up third in the conference, and the girls team was crowned NIC-9 champions. Mark McClarty received the conference Coach of the Year Award, and Sophia Ponce was voted team Most Valuable Player. Softball The softball season ended 23-5 with regional play scheduled to begin May 24. Baseball The baseball team ended 20-13. Regional play was scheduled to start in Geneseo May 26. girls soccer The girls soccer team ended its NIC- 9 season third with a record of 11-6-4. Cheerleading Catey Judd was announced Princess Hononegah for the 2005-2006 school year.