New Haven Bulldog Wrestling Team CHAMPS at Woodlan Wrestling Invitational. All 14 wrestlers placing – Nick Potter, Jonyvan Johnson, Jaxson Savieo, Devonte Brown – CHAMPIONS!
Many incredible pin times including Jaxson Savieo’s 6 second pin, that is believed to now be the fastest pin in school history!
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New Haven Bulldog Wrestling team traveled to North Montgomery High School for Holiday Duals the last couple of days. After 2 days of wrestling New Haven walks away with a 4th place finish as a team and had 8 wrestlers place in the individual tournament. Jonyvan Johnson came away with the quickest pin at just 11 seconds. Nick Potter and Luke Watson were able to collect 5 & 6 pins respectively to their records. They will be hosting the historical Bill Kerbel Invitational on January 7 at NHHS. Go Dogs!
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Woodlan Football Team Statistician Honored for Hard Work, Dedication, & Years of Service
Mr. Bruce Amstutz, statistician for the Woodlan Jr. Sr. High football team was honored by the Board of School Trustees for his 28 years of service, hard work and dedication. Mr. Amstutz only missed one game in 28 years. Coach Haydock said, “I couldn’t make it without him. He provides stats to me at any given time, half time of a game or soon after a game. He’s tremendous.”
The football players and parents love him. Tim Hines, board member said, “I’ve watched him year after year and he loves those kids. I’m so glad he’s a part of the Woodlan football program.”
New Haven High School student Brianna Rhodes was rendered speechless today. She was an honored recipient of the coveted Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. She was given the news among her classmates, family, and mentors. Brianna intends to draw from life experiences to help her on her career path. It is her desire to study social work, and addictions counseling. She is excited to attend Indiana Wesleyan in the fall. Bri says, “I was really worried that college wasn’t going to be an option, this is such a blessing, I am overwhelmed.” This is New Haven High School’s second student in as many years to receive this prestigious award.
According to their website,” the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program was first offered in 1998. The Lilly Endowment Inc. awards full-tuition scholarships to selected students from each county in Indiana. Each scholarship must be used to pursue a baccalaureate degree at any accredited public or private Indiana college or university. The Endowments hopes that this program will continue to encourage many of Indiana’s most talented students to attend one of Indiana’s fine higher education institution and after graduation consider pursuing occupations in Indiana.”
Brianna will receive, Full-tuition, required fees, and book stipend for four years. Recipients may attend any public or private, Indiana four year college or university.