The GHS boys cross country team was recognized by the board following their successful season. The team was undefeated on the year, won their sectional, was the runner-up at regional, placed 4th at semi-state, and finished 16th at state. Those recognized were Chris DuBois, assistant coach; Mike Wynn, head coach, Tara Sparks, assistant coach, and seniors Gerardo Abad, Shawn Graves, and Lane Graves.
The GHS boys soccer team had a season for the ages, finishing with a record of 20-2-1 and a state championship! The boys team won sectionals at Northridge, regionals at Mishawaka, semi-state at Warsaw, and the state championship against Brebeuf Jesuit, played on the soccer field at IUPUI in Indianapolis. The team surrendered only one goal during their state tournament run, and finished with six straight shutouts, including three overtime games. The state championship was the first for Goshen High School in 26 years, and was celebrated throughout the community upon the team’s return to Goshen.
Those pictured: Head coach, Viratham Mounsithiraj, and seniors Isaac Huerta, Tyler Born, JT Plavchak, and Kyle Ramirez Ingold.
Isaac Huerta was also awarded the 2014 Mental Attitude Award for Boys Class 2A Soccer, after being selected by members of the IHSAA Executive Committee. Isaac is the single season and career record holder for goals scored at Goshen High School. He was named to the All-NLC team in 2012 and 2014, and the ISCA Academic All-State team for the past two seasons. The dual sport athlete is a three-time letter winner in basketball, and is also a member of the National Honor Society. He is a peer tutor and also spends time volunteering within the Goshen community. He plans to attend Goshen College next year.
Delia Murillo, EL Parent Liaison at Chamberlain, was recognized for her work with other GCS parent liaisons in planning a parent fair for EL families. She is pictured with her supervisor, Tom Good.