Top 5 Underclassmen

Whitney Currie – Freshman – Cross Country

Cross Country is a sport that requires high levels of strength and endurance but even at a young age, freshman Whitney Currie lead her team with ease. Whitney made it all the way to States in her first year as a high school runner. Whitney was the only runner to make it all the way to States from the FHC team. Even at the end of the season in the conference meet, Whitney finished first place among freshman and fourth overall. With a strong beginning to her career as a team runner, Whitney looks ahead to the future.

“It was really cool,” Whitney said. “I didn’t see it coming because I didn’t think I would be able to make it, so it was really cool to even impress myself when I made it [to states.]”

Jimmy Scholler – Sophomore – Boys Varsity Basketball

Sophomore Jimmy Scholler had an incredible season, but what makes it all the more impressive is all of these accomplishments were achieved while playing as a sophomore. Jimmy finished with 221 points, the second most on the team. He averaged almost 11 points per game. Jimmy was also one of the best passers, as he finished with 118 assists. He also had the most rebounds of anyone on the team. Looking ahead to the future, it is clear Jimmy will be a leader for the team for two more years.

“Jimmy is one of the most talented sophomores in the state,” Head coach Ken George said. “He had an unbelievable season where he led our team in assists, rebounds, and steals. As the season went on, he became more and more dominant on the court. He is a gifted offensive player who can score in creative ways around the basket. Jimmy wants nothing more than to be a college basketball player, and I know he is well on his way.”

Caden Jacobs – Freshman – Wrestling

Weighing in at 103 pounds, Caden Jacobs was the only freshman to go to regionals. Caden wrestled strong all season and finished 5th at regionals to end his season. Starting in just the first match, Caden made a name for himself with his first victory. In that first match, it took him only 56.9 seconds to take the victory over his opponent. At the Kent County Championship, he took third overall being the first freshman to ever place top three at this tournament.

“I think it was a pretty good accomplishment,” Caden said. “I obviously would’ve loved to go to states and compete with the two seniors that went but overall it was a really good season.”

Sammy Postlewait – Sophomore – Varsity Soccer

This past season Boys varsity soccer had a strong season, finishing at 15-3-2 and making it all the way to District finals. The youngest member of this highly victorious team was sophomore Sammy Postlewait. Sammy was the youngest player on the team but tied for the highest number of assists with a total of 10. Being the only underclassman on the team didn’t stop Sammy from having a great first varsity season.

Hannah Bergman – Freshman – Varsity Volleyball

In her first year as a high school Volleyball player, Hannah already earned a spot on the varsity roster. Competing against juniors and seniors, she handled it with ease. Being a freshman, Hannah is already looking ahead to the future but still appreciates the season this team gave her.

“It was honestly a lot of fun,” Hannah said. “I got to meet a lot of upperclassmen and build friendships with them and it was a fun experience.”


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