HOBART | Tuesday evening the auditorium of Hobart High School was buzzing with parents and athletes anxious to celebrate the success of the fall sports.
The night started off with Mr. Glover opening and speaking about how proud everyone should be of the success all the fall sports had this year. He thanked everyone that made Hobart High Sports program possible such as; coaches, players, parents, trainers, custodians, and administrators.
Proceeding Mr. Glover, all the different sports coaches came up and spoke about their team and about their graduating seniors as well. Girls Golf started off the night by recognizing the seniors. The coach also talked about how their venue for sectionals got moved and they ended the season with a 4-8 record. Girls Soccer followed and their record 6-10, three of which those losses were only by one goal.Some of their big accomplishments were highlighted such as victories against La Porte, Michigan City, and Portage.
Girls Volleyball came third on the list. Their seasonal record was 12-20. They recieved 2nd in the invitational tournament and their big wins throughout the season was against Griffith and Lowell.
Boys Soccer was the first of the boys sports of the night. The coach discussed how he loved how hard working his players were. They had 2 ties, 3 wins, and 11 losses.
Next was Boys Tennis. The coach first reflected on the teams seniors and how a lot of players met their individual goals, some even obtained sectional titles.
And last but not least, Boys and Girls Cross Country. The girls had many accomplishments. They were Crown Point Invite champs, won the Hobart Invite, NCC meet champs, Sectional runner up, they were five points from regional champs, and they went to semi-state and placed 9th there. The Boys also had many accomplishments of their own as well, which included having 9 participants out of 29 teams at the New Prairie invite.They also were first in the Hobart Invite, and were semi-state qualifiers.
There were 33 seniors in the fall sports, not including the cheerleaders and football players. 31 of which received the Academic award also. After all the speeches the teams split up to receive their individual awards.
Overall, the night proved to be a success and it was wonderful to see all of the proud coaches, athletes, and parents. - See more at: http://brickienews.com/885/sports/hobart-high-school-honors-fall-athletes/#sthash.7oSUiY2w.dpuf