When the trio of
Jack Eaton, Shelby Bullock and Marney Sisson don their uniforms, the maroon
and gold canít look any better.
physical attributes are obvious, itís the passion and hard work they exhibit
during every minute of every event and practice that sets them apart.
Thatís why each of
them was named a CHS Senior Athlete of the Year at the 2019 Spring Sports
awards Program on Wednesday night.
Eaton won seven
varsity letters in basketball and soccer, while also earning eight
In soccer, Eaton
was named Indiana Mr. Soccer, was the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association
Player of the Year and the Duneland Athletic Conference MCP after leading
the Trojans to the 2018 state title.
An All-District and
All-State selection in soccer, Eaton was a member of two DAC championship
teams, three sectional title teams, two regional champions and two
semi-state champions. He was also a member of the state runner-up team in
Eaton served as a captain on the 2019 boys sectional championship team and
led the team in free throw percentage.
Bullock won six
varsity letters in track and cross country and earned eight scholar-athlete
In track, Bullock
was the team MVP as a sophomore and junior, while winning the DAC 3200 meter
title. She was also a regional and state qualifier in the 3200.
In cross country,
Bullock was a three-time MVP and the school-record holder in the 5K. The DAC
MVP as a senior, she was also all-conference and all-state.
Sisson won eight
varsity letters soccer, basketball and softball and earned 12
athlete all three years at CHS, Sisson was named to the all-DAC team in
basketball, while also being named MVP. She also earned the sportsmanship,
most improved and leading rebounder awards in basketball during her career.
In softball, Sisson
was a member of sectional championship teams and has earned the
sportsmanship and mental attitude awards for the Trojans.
In soccer, she was
named most improved as a senior.
Director Garry Nallenweg also honored three-sport athletes on Wednesday
included freshmen Carley Jo Balas (soccer, track, basketball), Chad Berdine
(football, wrestling, track), Madison Cowger (volleyball, basketball,
softball), Evan Dickinson (football, basketball, track), Aubree Gentry
(cross country, basketball, track), Jordan Hughes (football, basketball,
track), Chris Mullen (football, basketball, baseball), Owen Pilarski (cross
country, basketball, golf), Emily Richardson (soccer, basketball, track),
Evan Smilgius (tennis, basketball, golf), Luke Stento (football, wrestling,
track) and Christopher Tsampis (soccer, basketball, track).
Nalani Malackowski (cross country, basketball, track), Sophia Raffin (cross
country, basketball, track) and Kaitlyn Van Kley (cross country, swimming,
Sydney Balas (soccer, basketball, track) and Ashley Craycraft (volleyball,
Caitlyn Bogue (soccer, gymnastics, track), Hailee Ellenwood (golf,
gymnastics, tennis) and Marney Sisson (soccer/volleyball, basketball and