Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


October 6, 2012

Bulldogs clinch HCC championship



Jeremy Shupperd helped spearhead a tremendous defensive effort that saw the Bulldogs pack the box with eight and nine defenders. The magnitude of the accomplishments was not lost on the senior defensive back.

“I am just grateful and as a team this all means a heck of a lot,” Shupperd said. “We are sitting  alone at the mountaintop right before heading into the tournament and it is great.”

Brownsburg heads to Fishers next Friday to try and put a great capper on what has already become a memorable season.

“I don’t think we will have any problem getting our kids focused,” Comer said. “We talked about being one of the best teams in the history of our school. We have a chance to be undefeated, we are going to their place for senior night and I’m sure they will be emotionally charged up and they are a great team. It will be a good game, a great test and a good way to get ready for the tournament.”

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