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Learn more about the nominees below:

Boys:

Charlie Peterson

He help lead North Central this past weekend with two victories over Manual and Tech High School.

He had 2 nights of double double vs tech he had 17 Points and 18 rebounds and Manual he had 16 points and 10 rebounds 

Gavin Keesee

Gavin earned his 100th career individual win on December 7th. He is projected to finish the season for Franklin Central top 5 all time wrestling record. 

Currently Ranked 14th in the state in the 195 pound weight class. 

Ty Brown

Ty has already had two 30+ point games this season, including a double-double against Riverside last week.

Girls:

Rachel Loobie

Averages of 21 points per game and 11 rebounds per game leading a much improved team this year. Also became the school’s 3rd female basketball player to become part of the 1000 point club for her career.

Brooke Hartman

Brooke has led the team to a 3-2 record in the month of December. Averaging 14 PPG, 58% FG, 75% FT, and 2 steals in December. Brooke also takes a very challenging academic load, taking numerous AP classes. She currently maintains a 4.1 GPA while participating in VB, BB, and Softball. She volunteers to help our youth basketball league in the winter and summer camp in June. Brooke also has been selected in the past to represent our school and town on student-exchange trips overseas. She is a servant-leader and an avid dog-lover as well. She is a wonderful representation of a Speedway Student-Athlete.

Her season totals through 11 games include:

14 PPG (Leading the team), 71% FT (Leads the team), 41% FG, 3 rebs, 2 steals

Ilani Williams-Harris

Ilani has had an OUTSTANDING senior season. She recently committed to the University of Indianapolis to further her academic and athletic career. She has had several 20+ point games for us this season, including a 27 point, 7 assist, and 6 rebound game at the Indiana vs. Kentucky Challenge Cup. Ilani propelled the Lady Warriors to a 68-57 win over Great Crossing HS (Kentucky). Williams-Harris also had a 27 point game in a tight overtime win vs. Bloomington North this season. She has stepped up in many ways this year, on and off the court. Her leadership is invaluable to our team, and I am looking forward to what she is going to do at the next level.

Averaging=18.4 ppg, 4.4 apg, 3.4 spg, 3.9 rpg