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Results from Goshen freshman boys basketball on 11/23

The Goshen Freshman team defeated the visiting Mishawaka Cavemen in an NLC game on Monday night, 43-38. Ray Harris led Goshen with 23 points, and Tristen Oler added 12. Andre Williams contributed six, while Cesar Vela added two points and a big steal at the end. The Freshmen are now 1-0 and play tomorrow against NorthWood.
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Results from Goshen high school girls freshman basketball on 11/23

The Lady RedHawks C-Team picked up their first win of the season over Concord by a final score of 26 -19. The Lady RedHawks were led by Grace Kercher with 13 points and Kaci Shepard with 6 points.
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Results from Goshen high school girls varsity swimming at the Goshen deca dual meet on 11/21 ... See MoreSee Less

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Results from Fairfield varsity girls basketball on 11/19

Fairfield 58
Churubusco 19

Bailey Willard led the Lady Falcons with 21 points, Brooke Sanchez added 12 and Brea Garber had 11.

Note: There was no JV Game
Fairfield Varsity Record: 4-0 (1-0 NECC)
Next Game: Fri. Nov. 20 at Home against LaPorte, app. 7:30pm start
Reminder: For Fairfield Home Games - Parents/Guardians only.
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Goshen High School and Edward Jones are proud to announce the student-athlete of the month award to recognize athletic and academic excellence. A senior male and female student-athlete will be selected from August-May each school year. At the end of the year, a $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to one male and one female student athlete of the month, as selected by the GHS coaching staff.
The winners of the Edward Jones Student-Athlete of the Month Award for October are:

Madalyne Swallow and Ryan Diaz with Edward Jones Representative Paul Gaylor.

Madalyne is the daughter of Wendy and Brian Swallow. She has one brother Zachary. Madalyne is a forward on the girls soccer team. She led the team with 11 goals and was named team captain this season. Madalyne also finished the season as the 5th leading scorer in the Northern Lakes Conference. She has participated in girls soccer for 4 years and softball for 3 years. Madalyne has been named All-District 1st and 2nd team for girls soccer. She is a two year varsity letter winner for girls soccer and softball. Madalyne was named all-conference for two years for girls soccer. She was named to the Academic All-State and best offensive player for girls soccer. Madalyne was named Most Improve for softball. She is involved in travel soccer with Elkhart County United. Madalyne has a 3.78 GPA. She has been named a Kiwanis Scholar Athlete throughout her high school career for her hard work both in and out of the classroom. After high school, Madalyne plans to attend college to study pre-law and to play soccer.

Ryan is the son of Sonia Perales and Israel Diaz. He has two brother Dorian and Matthew and one sister Sophia. Ryan finished with a 2nd place finish at Sectional. He finished in 9th place finish at Regional to help lead his team to a Regional Cross-Country Champion! Ryan has won the JV Award, Most Improved, and captain for cross country. Ryan has participated in cross country for four years and track for three years. He is a three-time letter winner for cross country and a two-time letter winner for boys track and field. Ryan is involved in Orchestra and Jazz Strings at Goshen High School. He has been named All-Conference, NLC Champs, Regional Champs, and state-qualifier for cross country this season. Ryan is a two-time state qualifier for orchestra. He has a 3.56 GPA. Ryan has received the Kiwanis Scholar Athlete award throughout his high school career for his outstanding grades while participating in athletics. After high school, he would like to attend college and major in Accounting
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