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Indians of the Week for week ending November 20


TFS has named Indians of the Week for the week of November 15-20. This week's selections are Emily Wolfe and Anfernee Hanna for high school, and Penny Damron and Ethan Phasavang for middle school. MORE INDIANS OF THE WEEK

Emily Wolfe - Swimming

HS Girl

Emily Wolfe is the nominee for this week. Emily has been consistently coming to practice with a stellar attitude and an amazing work ethic. Emily also attends optional morning practices in her efforts to improve. Emily’s hard work in the pool has paid off after she swam two personal bests at the Mask-Erade meet and the Hawaiian Luau Invitational. Emily also qualified for state on both the 200 freestyle relay team as well as the 400 freestyle relay team. Emily is also one of our captains this season. Emily has worked well with the other captains to help plan service events and team bonding activities such as the first-ever "Friendsgiving" dinner for our Varsity team. -coach Rachel Nichols

Anfernee Hanna - Basketball

HS Boy

Anfernee Hanna has posted double digit scoring efforts in the first three games of the season. Against White County, Hanna scored 19 in TFS's 49-41 win. Additionally, he also added 9 rebounds. -coach Cody Coleman

Penny Damron - Swimming

MS Girl

Penny Damron is our nominee for this week. Penny has been working very hard at practice to improve her endurance and technique. She is her lane leader and strives to push her teammates to be their best at practice. Penny is attentive and welcomes feedback from her coaches. Her hard work paid off this past weekend at the Hawaiian Luau Invitational as she dropped a collective 15 seconds in her two individual events. -coach Rachel Nichols

Ethan Phasavang - Basketball

MS Boy

Ethan Phasavang is the Indian of the Week for middle school boys basketball. Since the beginning of tryouts, Ethan has been a quiet leader who works hard and always has a positive attitude. In games, he controls the flow handling the ball and playing suffocating defense and never seems to let anything phase him. Facing off against White Creek last Tuesday, with our guys playing against a team that included 9th- and 10th graders, Ethan was instrumental in leading the Indians to a come-from-behind victory with buckets and finding his teammates at just the right time while seeing the floor and using precision passing. His dominant stat line looked like this: seven points (including a three-pointer), eight assists, five steals, three rebounds, and a block. He is short in stature but big in determination, basketball skill and heart. The future is bright for this young sixth-grader. -coach Anthony Cox

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