Millers fans! It’s time to vote for the January Indiana Members Credit Union Athlete of the Month. Nominated for Noblesville High School this month is:
Ashlynn Shade – Basketball – Noblesville HS
Ashlynn has been a team leader all season, and recently scored her 1000th career point! She is the fastest player to 1000 points in program history.
Click here to Vote now! Voting closes at 11:59 on Friday, February 19th. The winning male & female athlete will receive a certificate courtesy of Indiana Members Credit Union
Katie Burton – Basketball – Fishers HS
Katie has been the consistent team leader for her team this year, and a big reason for their success.
Kyle Eden – Basketball – Sheridan HS
Career high 28 points in win over North Miami, scored 20 night before and had 14 assists in the 2 games. He is becoming a great leader and plays his heart out for our team! Also made 9/9 at FT line.
Kaleb Edwards – Basketball – Guerin Catholic HS
Kaleb Edwards has led the Golden Eagles in scoring (17.7ppg) and adding 6 rebounds per game through December and January as the team has gone 9-2 in that time span. Edwards is shooting 65% from the field with 27 points vs. Covenant Christian and a season and team high 36 points vs. Lapel. He’s also the most improved shooter on the team from the 3 point line as he is currently shooting a blistering 55% from 3 point land.
Vinny Buccilla – Basketball – Hamilton Southeastern HS
Vinny is one of the hardest working players I have ever been associated with and a tremendous leader. On the court, he leads the team in scoring (14.5) and assists (5.6) and is third in rebounding (4.7). He is a guy who you love to go to battle with because he won’t shy away from anything. Vinny with fight through pain and adversity all the time in order to not let the team down. His leadership and work ethic are traits that separate him from most players i have coached. He has been great in helping build chemistry within the team. These traits will carry him far in life.
Griffin Hadley – Swimming – Carmel HS
Hadley set two individual records the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference record at the recent championships. Griffin went :49.73 in the 100 Butterfly and then swam :49.62 in the 100 Backstroke to set new MIC records. He was also a member of the championship 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay teams. He is committed to the University of Tennessee next year to continue his swimming and academic career.
Braden Smith – Basketball – Westfield HS
Braden is the ultimate competitor and a leader on and off the basketball floor. He shows tremendous work ethic and strives for daily improvement. Braden has already topped the 1000 point mark and will most likely be on the junior all Star team. Braden is a 3 year starter