Zoe Frossard Receives Softball Scholarship from Ball State

Laura Ryle | Reporter Outfield player for the varsity softball team, junior Zoe Frossard received and accepted a scholarship offer from Ball State University, a chance Frossard said she has dreamed about since being a little kid. Frossard said that the athletic scholarship was offered during her campus visit to Ball State in Sept. of 2018. “I started really getting serious with softball around my … Continue reading Zoe Frossard Receives Softball Scholarship from Ball State

Avon Boys’ Track and Field Road to State

Savannah Abshire | Reporter Run. Rest. Repeat. This is the continuous chant for athletes in track and field. Last year, the Avon Boys’ Track and Field team took home the gold at the Indiana State Championships after repeating the cycle for months. Spectators watch closely to see what junior Geordan Blades and seniors Jalen Peterson and Nathaniel James can do at the 2019 state championship. … Continue reading Avon Boys’ Track and Field Road to State

AHS to Allow Hats and Durags

Laura Ryle | Reporter Avon High School recently made some changes to the dress code policy, which previously banned hats, durags, and hoods. Students are now permitted to wear hats and durags throughout the building without getting penalized. Hoods, however, are still prohibited. Mr. Shockley, Avon High School’s principal, said the reason behind this change was to respect minority students’ culture by allowing them to … Continue reading AHS to Allow Hats and Durags

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Rey Diaz Spends $110 in Act of Kindness

Morgan Jones | Reporter They’re fresh out of the oven: gooey, rich, and addicting. Students flock to the O-Zone during their lunch period to purchase DECA’s freshly-baked cookies, the line often times extending far beyond the door. One of those students is junior Rey Diaz, who often purchases dozens of bags of the popular treats. Diaz then randomly hands them out to “spread the kindness”. … Continue reading Rey Diaz Spends $110 in Act of Kindness

Q&A with Washington State Commit Nathaniel James

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter Q: What made Washington State so appealing? A: One of the main components that made it really appealing was that it is a small compact town; the hospitality of the people that lived there, not even those that work with the school. The [small town] down there is number one and number two is that the coaches and the players and … Continue reading Q&A with Washington State Commit Nathaniel James

Boys Volleyball Wins Against Tri-West

Kaitlyn Mason | Reporter On March 19, the Avon Boys’ Volleyball team faced Tri-West at Chapel Hill High School. Junior Luke Davis’ voice was heard throughout the game. Shouts of warnings and triumph came from him as the team played. Davis said he was extremely proud of the team and the work they put in. “We had people hustling all over the gym to help … Continue reading Boys Volleyball Wins Against Tri-West

Boys Basketball Wins Sectionals for Third Time in School History

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter He sets his feet and puts up another three… Swish! A sound that junior Mason Miller became accustomed to last Saturday. Miller lead the team to a 56-34 win over Mooresville to take home the third sectional championship in Avon Basketball history (1978, 2002). “It’s crazy to even think that,” Miller said. “Words can’t explain it.” Miller lead the team in … Continue reading Boys Basketball Wins Sectionals for Third Time in School History

Elliot Cooper Breaks Record in Comeback Season

Savannah Abshire | Reporter Senior Elliot Cooper’s life was changed in many ways last summer when he was told he would need surgery to correct the 45 degree and 55 degree in his spine. Cooper, a swimmer of 10 years, was devastated by the news. “It felt terrible. I felt like there would be no way I could ever swim in college and even qualify … Continue reading Elliot Cooper Breaks Record in Comeback Season

Boys Basketball Wins Against Martinsville

Kaitlyn Mason | Reporter On Feb. 20, Avon’s JV and Varsity Boys’ Basketball played against the Martinsville Artesians. With senior night festivities and the jazz band playing, it was no surprise to see the teams pumped up as they played their best. JV ended their season with a score of 49 to 21, with Avon leading. Sophomore Zion Lindsey explained how they were never quite … Continue reading Boys Basketball Wins Against Martinsville