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All Teams Schedule: Week of Aug 10 – Aug 16

Aug 10 Girls Varsity Golf at Wes-Del and Frankton 4:30 pm | Football Field Aug 13 Boys Varsity Tennis at Yorktown High School Tennis Scrimmage 4:30 pm | Yorktown High School Aug 13 Boys 8th Grade Football at OPEN DATE 7/8 Jamboree- Lapel, Knightstown, Shenandoah CANCELED – OPEN DATE 7/8 Jamboree- Lapel, Knightstown, Shenandoah 5:30

78 Football and Volleyball Starts on Monday 8/10

78 Volleyball tryouts will start this coming Monday August 10th and they will be held at the HS.  The tryouts will be from 3:30-5pm.  If you have questions please email Deanna Miller at deannam13@yahoo.com. 78 Football tryouts will start this coming Monday August 10th and they will be held on the FB practice field behind

Alex Tiger Athletics Update

Alex Tiger Athletics Update HS Fall Sports Boys/Girls Cross Country Head Coach: Scott Zent szent@alex.k12.in.us Practice Times: Everyday after school 3:30pm starting 8/3 Football Head Coach: Pete Gast pgast@alex.k12.in.us Practice Times: Everyday after school 3:30pm starting 8/3 Boys Tennis Head Coach: Matt Devault mdevault@alex.k12.in.us Practice Times: Everyday after school 3:30pm starting 8/3 Volleyball Head Coach:

Senior Stories – Part 8- Jonathon Ferris- “The Overcomer”

Jonathan Ferris- “The Overcomer” “Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.” -Christian D. Larson Jonathan Ferris has something inside him that is special. He has made a believer out of me. Jonathan Ferris was born with cerebral palsy.   It has definitely made

Mr. Bellar- “A True Alex Tiger”

Doug Bellar- “A True Alex Tiger” How do you tell the story of a person who has dedicated his life to a community, an athletic department, and a school? I will do my best. Mr. Bellar has been a teacher/coach/athletic director in the Alexandria Schools for 42 years. Mr. Bellar started as an Industrial Arts

Tiger Athlete Stories- Part 7- Lexi Bean- “A Job Well Done”

Lexi Bean- “A Job Well Done” What has been enjoyable about writing these articles is being able to get the whole story about a student-athlete. Sometimes the stats don’t tell the whole story. Sometimes what you see on the field or court doesn’t tell the whole story. Lexi Bean’s story fits into this category. Lexi

Tiger Athlete Stories Part 6- Trevor Simison- “The Teammate”

Trevor Simison- “The Teammate” I heard a quote once that said, “Instead of trying to be the best on your team, try to be the best for your team.” Trevor Simison was the 2nd guy off the bench on the boys basketball team this year that won 15 games and made history by winning the

Tiger Athlete Stories Part 5- Cade Vernetti- “The Worker”

Cade Vernetti – “The Worker” It is a lot of fun to watch a kid who has a lot of talent. Things just come sort of natural for them. It is also a lot of fun to watch a kid that maybe doesn’t have as much talent but just works as hard as he can

Tiger Athlete Stories- Part 4- Brennan Morehead- “The Iceman”

Tiger Athlete Stories- Part 4- Brennan Morehead- “The Iceman” If you have been around sports for any period of time you have probably heard one of these phrases… “That guy is clutch…” “That dude has ice water in his veins…” Or as the late ESPN anchor Stuart Scott used to say….”He is cooler than the

Tiger Athlete Stories- Part 3-Rylan Metz- “The Winner”

Rylan Metz- “The Winner” This is my 5th year as athletic director at Alexandria Monroe High School and I have been working in a school setting for almost 20 years. Besides my own kids- I can honestly say Rylan Metz is my favorite high school athlete I have been around. I have known Rylan since