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IHSAA Student Advisory Committee announced

Senior Christian Kreiger of Canterbury was among 18 student‐athletes on the 2014‐15 IHSAA Student Advisory Committee (SAC).

The SAC represents the entire IHSAA membership of 410 schools, and its structure reflects that of the IHSAA Board of Directors in terms of classification and districts as well as female, urban schools and minority representation.

Among the returning seniors are Joel Boser of Hamilton Heights and Gracie Norton of Mooresville who were elected as president and vice‐president, respectively, by their peers for the school year. Individuals who will serve as part of this year’s committee include:

2014‐15 IHSAA Student Advisory Committee

Name Grade School

Quinlan Armstrong 11 Northwestern

Joel Boser (President) 12 Hamilton Heights

Jude Diagostino 12 Tri West Hendricks

Olivia Gettelfinger 12 Bloomington North

Riley Hickman 11 Rensselaer Central

Alexa Jenkins 11 Hamilton Southeastern

Ty Johnson 11 Shelbyville

Christian Kreiger 12 F Canterbury

Olivia Mc Millan 12 Connersville

Jordan Meurer 12 North Knox

Michael Montgomery 12 Tindley

Gracie Norton (Vice‐President) 12 Mooresville

Matt Otwinowski 11 LaPorte

Riley Peppler 11 Angola

Lexi Place 12 Bloomfield

Sydney Rainey 11 Harrison (West Lafayette)

Jacob Stamm 11 Seton Catholic

Lauren White 11 Washington

The SAC meets four times annually – twice each semester – and is responsible for hosting meetings with student peers at the

upcoming Fall Area Principals Meetings; assisting with the awards ceremonies at IHSAA state championship events throughout the

school year, planning and administering the annual IHSAA Student Leadership Conference in June and; to engage in and support the

activities of Special Olympics Indiana including the Unified Track & Field State Tournament.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.