Local athletes receive awardsMarch 17, 2021
By Herald Staff
Winter sports awards are flowing in now, and some local athletes have been honored in their respective sports.
Both Jasper boys basketball players and Forest Park wrestlers recently received awards in honor of the things they did on the court and mat, respectively, this season.
Jasper Boys Basketball
Captains: Caleb Burger, Jace Goodhue, Isaac Heim
Academic All-State Honorable Mention: William Schmitt, Andrew Wallace, Jace Goodhue, Isaac Heim
Scoring Leader: Isaac Day, 10 points per game
Leading Rebounder: Gus Heichelbech, 5.5 rebounds per game
Assists Leader: Isaac Day, 3 assists per game
Steals Leader: Tanner Erny, 1.2 steals per game
Free Throw Percentage: Carter Mundy, 88 percent
Best 3-Point Percentage: Gus Heichelbech, 38.8 percent
Best Overall Field Goal Percentage: Connor Foley, 61.4 percent
Charges Taken: Jace Goodhue
SIAC "Character Counts" Award: Isaac Heim
Coach Ed Schultheis Most Valuable Senior Award: Caleb Burger
McDonalds/WITZ Player of the Year: Isaac Day
Forest Park Wrestling
Most Pins - Dylan Niehaus
Most Improved - Dylan Niehaus
Most Take Dons - Isaac Fuhrman
Mental Attitude - Cody Brames
Coaches Award - Isaac Fuhrman
MVP - Travis Haug
IHSWCA Academic All-State Award and PAC Scholar Award: Isaac Fuhrman
1st Year Letter Winners: Cody Brames, Mason Lubbers, Kaleb Persohn
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