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We thought Ellie’s session was going to be a rainout, so we were grateful that Joe & Kelly allowed us to shoot at the Old Towne Bed & Breakfast in Carmel.  As it turned out, we had decent weather and got some great shots.  Good luck to Ellie this fall as she heads to American University.

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Sharing some photos from the Girl’s State Finals.

The view for families of high jumpers.

The Noblesville girls celebrate their victory in the 4x800m relay. Maria Anderson, Susanna Sharples-Gordon, Kat Dombroski, and Abigail Little.

Katie Isenbarger of Zionsville clears 5′ 8″ to place 2nd in the high jump.

Noblesville high jumper, Shelby Tyler, realizes she’s won.

 

Washington Hatchett Kaitlyn Davis placed 2nd in the long jump.

Lynna Irby of Pike closes out a perfect career, and Saturday’s wins, with a celebration dance.

Pioneer runner, Madison Kiser, defends her 800m title.

Emma Wilson of Greencastle won both the 1600m and 3200m runs on Saturday’s Championships.

 

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Just a few moments from Friday’s State Finals.

One of the throws by Jack Kiser of Pioneer High School.  He would eventually finish 7th in discus, and 8th in shot put.

Carmel wins 4x800m relay.

Kaden Branam of Waldron is pleased with clearing the bar to place 2nd in the high jump.

Plymouth high jumper Nate Patterson leaps 6’10” to win the high jump Friday.

Excitement from Colton Crum who vaulted 17 feet for 2nd place.

 

Gabe Fendel of Hamilton Southeastern was on a mission to win the 1600m.  He delivered with a remarkable time of 4:04.70

 

Great 800m race where Samuel Voelz (New Palestine) edges Parker Jones (Pendleton Heights) by 2/100ths of a second!

Great competition and sportsmanship!

Evansville Harrison sprinter, Noah McBride, cleaned up at 100m and 200m.

Curtis Eckstein from Oldenburg Academy claimed the 3200m title in 9:08.54.  Christian Academy’s Skylar Stidham would finish right behind in second.

The North Central (Indianapolis) 4×400 relay team celebrate their victory.  Runners include Damian Clay, Malcolm Corbett, Cole Maguire, and Isaiah Ware.

 

 

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Megan is wrapping up a very busy and successful high school career at Rossville.  We decided to spend an evening in downtown Zionsville and it was as beautiful as always.  We had a fun time with her entourage offering plenty of help and encouragement!  This fall she’ll be heading to Ball State, and we wish her all the best in this next chapter.

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Some photos from the boy’s regional last night at Lafayette Jeff.  Lots of missteps, but also some good sportsmanship, and as always great competition.  Best wishes to all the athletes moving on to the State meet next week!  See more of the photos here.

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