Avon Middle School South
Seventh-grade boys’ basketball
The Avon Middle School South seventh-grade boys’ basketball team recently defeated the Chapel Hill Giants 37-32. The Orioles went 7 for 10 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
The seventh-grade boys’ basketball team recently defeated the Cascade Cadets 42-40 in overtime.
The seventh-grade boys’ basketball team recently participated in the 26th annual Black and Gold Tournament at Noblesville Middle School. In the first game, the Orioles were defeated in overtime 32-29 to Noblesville East Middle School. In the consolation game, the Orioles beat Noblesville West Middle School, 34-26.
The seventh-grade boys’ basketball team was recently defeated by Zionsville West Middle School 44-32 in the opening round of the Northwest Suburban Conference Tournament.
Eighth-grade boys’ basketball
The eighth-grade boys’ basketball team recently earned a 45-20 victory over Zionsville West.
The Avon eighth-grade boys’ basketball team recently lost to Chapel Hill 35-26.
The boys’ eighth-grade team recently earned a 49-20 victory over the Cascade Cadets.
Seventh-grade girls’ basketball
The seventh-grade Lady Orioles recently lost to Plainfield 45-15.
Eighth-grade girls’ basketball
The eighth-grade girls’ basketball recently lost 38-16 to Center Grove North. Katrinia Hopkins had 10 points.
The eighth-grade Orioles recently lost to Plainfield 55-10. Sam Selge had four points and 10 rebounds.
The Avon South eighth-grade girls’ basketball team recently defeated Avon North 34-33. Katrinia Hopkins scored 16 points and Sam Selge added eight points.
The Avon South wrestling team recently went 1-2 at the Perry Meridian Triple-Dual meet, defeating Decatur Central and narrowly losing to Center Grove North 53-49. Winning one match for the Orioles was James Betzold, Parker Kulhanic, Conner Beswick, Camdon Gongwer, and Nick Price. Winning two matches were Avery Cochran, Lance Ellington, Wil Shriner, Aaron Conde, Caleb Alvarez, Christian Schabel, and Nick Rapp. Going undefeated on the day and winning three matches were Spencer Strobel, Jacob Clark, and Drew Williamson.