IndyStar is recognizing its eight high school American Family Insurance ALL-USA Indiana athletes of the week. For more information about our Indiana Sports Awards, contact Jennifer Brugh at [email protected] or Nat Newell at [email protected] These athletes were chosen for the week ending Oct. 3:
PATRICK FLETCHALL, Carmel
Fletchell, a sophomore, won No. 1 singles against No. 5 Guerin Catholic 6-0, 6-3, No. 3 Park Tudor 6-0, 6-2, and No. 6 Homestead 6-0, 6-1 this week.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
BREANNA BARGER, Crothersville
Barger led Crothersville to its first girls cross country conference championship. Barger finished third with a time of 21:01. Academically, Barger attends the early college program and will complete her associates degree at the end of the next year.
MORGAN LEWIS, Fishers
Lewis recorded the first hole in one in the 43-year history of the girls golf state finals.
RYANNE BROWN, Brebeuf Jesuit
Brown, a junior forward, scored 7 goals and recorded 7 assists in four shutout victories in the Marion County Tournament to lead Brebeuf Jesuit to its second consecutive championship. She has 15 goals and 21 assists on the year.
WILL CHRISMAN, DeKalb
Chrisman caught 11 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns, breaking his own record for receptions in a game. He now owns the career record in receptions (109) and yards (1,952).
DANIEL ROSALES, Goshen
Rosales helped lead his team to consecutive wins over state-ranked Fort Wayne Carroll and Fort Wayne Homestead. The team also ended an undefeated season for the defending Class 2A state champions LaPorte with a 3-1 victory.
MAKENZIE HINSHAW, Hamilton Southeastern
Hinshaw helped lead her team to victory of No. 4 Delta with 45 assists. In HSE’s match against Noblesville, Hinshaw had 31 assists. She ranks among the top five in the state for assists with 865 on the season.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
TREVOR THOMPSON, Fishers
Thompson finished third at the HCC with a 15:37. His finish helped lead Fishers to the first cross country title since 2008. Gabe Fendel, Athlete of the Week from Sept. 16, won the race.