PREP ROUNDUP: Buis named rising lineman; NP swimmers split with Cascade; Carmel, CG denied

Thursday, January 13, 2022
Jackson Buis

Greencastle sophomore Jackson Buis was recently highlighted as a rising underclass lineman by Hoosier High School Football.

Buis, listed at 6-3 290 lbs., is a two-year starter for the Tiger Cubs and was named All-County, All-WIC, All-Wabash Valley and Academic All-Wabash Valley as a sophomore.

The sophomore has unofficial visits to Northwestern, Army, Ball State and Grand Valley State to date.


Boys’ Results

North Putnam 94, Cascade 71

Event Winners

200 Free — Harrison

200 IM — C. Thomas

100 Fly — C. Thomas

500 Free — Thompson

200 Medley Relay — J. Thomas, Thompson, Harrison, C. Thomas

400 Free Relay — J. Thomas, Thompson, Harrison, C. Thomas

++Girls’ Results__

Cascade 101, North Putnam 56

Event Winners

200 Free — Chew

100 Free — Burress

500 Free — Chew

HIgh School News

Carmel, Center Grove turned away by HCC

In a vote taken Thursday by the principals of the schools represented by the Hoosier Crossroads Conference, Carmel High School and Center Grove High School were denied entry into the HCC.

The conference, made up of member schools Avon, Brownsburg, Franklin Central, Fishers, Hamilton Southeastern, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville, voted to remain an eight-team conference a month after Carmel and Center Grove were voted out of the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MIC) by the remaining six schools in December.

In a statement, the HCC said it was ‘Honored by the Carmel Greyhounds’ and Center Grove Trojans’ request and look forward to maintaining positive relationships with them in the future. As the HCC, we are committed to our partner schools and stand unified in the decision.’

Both Carmel and Center Grove released statements stating they would move to forward as independents starting in the spring of this year while honoring the contracts with the remaining MIC schools through the end of the 2022-23 school year.