It’s time to vote for the Indiana Members Credit Union November Athlete of the Month! We have a special edition this month featuring all female athletes. Learn more about the nominees and vote for your schools nominee below!
Ava Henson – Basketball: Westfield
Ava had 23 points going 9-13 from the field along with 5 rebounds in a 57-50 win over Pendleton Heights. She followed that up with 32 points going 14-22 from the field to go along with 5 rebounds in a 64-48 win over Tri West.
Learn more about the rest of the nominees:
Ella Peter – Volleyball: Noblesville
Ella is a great girl. She is the most coachable kid I have been around. She deserves to be recognized for this.
She is receiving the new Krissi Davis Legacy Award for the most coachable kid on the team on Nov. 18
Carly Hudnall – Soccer: Noblesville
Noblesville senior Carly Hudnall wrapped up her Miller Soccer career by winning a State Championship on November 2 against Carmel. Hudnall is a three-year letter winner for the Millers and has led the team to a 40-5-11 record over the last three years. That includes this year’s 17-0-3 team that won the Hoosier Crossroads Conference and the 3A State Championship. She played this season with a debilitating injury, but never made excuses and persevered through the pain to continue and compete at an elite level which elevated the play of her teammates. Carly finished her career with 18 goals and 8 assists.
Lindsey Syrek – Basketball: University
University High School is proud to nominate senior Lindsey Syrek for the Indiana Members Credit Union Athlete of the Month. In addition to being a 4-year varsity player, Lindsey is also a scholar athlete with a GPA of 4.33. Lindsey recently signed her letter of intent to play basketball at D-1 New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Lindsey has averaged 17 PPG, 13 RB, and 4 blocks through the first 3 games of the 2019-20 season.
Angelica Pfefferkorn – Golf: Guerin Catholic
Angelica finished 8th place at the IHSAA Girls Golf State Finals which is the highest finish for a female golfer in school history. Angelica just recently committed to Oklahoma State University to play golf.
2019 All-State recognition, 3 time IHSAA State Finalist, 2 time Circle City Conference medalist, 4 time Circle City Conference team champion.
Abby Carter – Cross Country: Fishers
Abby represented Indiana in the Mid-East All-Star Cross Country and ran a season’s best 19:05.
Delaney Garner – Volleyball: Hamilton Southeastern
Leading attacker on the State Runner-up Volleyball Team for 4a.
361 kills on the season. Hit .380 on the season.
Allie Delph – Basketball: Sheridan
Allie is a great leader on and off the court. She leads by example and working hard everyday in practice. She has arthritis and has to give herself shots weekly, but still manages to be the hardest worker on the team while being our leading scorer. She is also a leader in the classroom maintaining a 4.0 while being in almost every AP/advanced class sheridan offers.
Sydney Parrish – Basketball: Hamilton Southeastern
Sydney scored 26 and 23 points in two games this weekend vs. Lake Central and Valparaiso High Schools. She currently has 1403 career points.
Syd moved into first place on list of HSE Girls Basketball Career Scoring Leaders. The previous record was 1374 (Taya Reimer).