Jasper's Nick Pieper, Nolan Henke, Jason Fleck, Max Henke celebrate after the 400-yard freestyle relay team placed first, winning the Jasper team the sectional title, during the boys swimming sectional championship at Jasper High School in Jasper, Indiana. The entire team shaved their heads before the sectional championship.
Reds co-captain Brian Seibert of Ireland provided a running commentary as the Mets played the Dodgers during the St. Mary's Church League men's softball tournament in Ireland, Indiana.
Jasper's Max Henke swims in the 200-yard individual medley during the boys swimming sectional championship at Jasper High School in Jasper, Indiana.
Jasper's Will Smith passed the baton off to teammate Henry Love during the 3200 meter relay during the boys track sectional at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper, Indiana. Their relay team placed first in the event.
Southridge baseball players Logan Seger, left, and Ross Eckert army crawled with their "sniper guns" made from plastic bottles and a bat during a weather delay at the game against Washington High School at League Stadium in Huntingburg.
Joshua Songer of Dale, center, and Shawn Ubelhor of Gentryville exited Shawn’s decommissioned derby car as action was paused for firefighters to attend to the flames under the hood of the car driven by Shawn’s uncle, Greg “Bubba” Ubelhor of Ferdinand, back left, during a demolition derby in Boonville, Indiana. The Ubelhor family has been participating in demolition derbies for 22 years.
Jasper High School seniors Ben Wendholt, left, Hayden McCune, Ben Schuetter and Henry Love rinsed off in the spray of a Jasper Fire Department water hose after the school's annual mud volleyball tournament in Jasper, Indiana. The tournament was part of the Senior Week celebration.
Aric Dylan Stanish of Santa Claus threw an empty beer keg over his head during the keg toss competition at Heimatfest in Ferdinand, Indiana.
Tyler Stemle, 10, left, Pace Clark, 10, Cole Leinenbach, 8, Zachary Mehringer, 11, Alex Hardin, 11, all of Ireland, watched the Orioles play the Mets while manning the scoreboard during the St. Mary's Church League men's softball tournament.
Forest Park's Nick Werner looked down as he listened to football head coach Ross Fuhs speak after a 34-0 loss against North Posey in Ferdinand, Indiana.
The Girls on the Run team from Holy Trinity Catholic School East Campus coached by Audrey Werner of Jasper, bottom center, gathered to repeatedly chant "Girls on the Run is so much fun" at the end of their session at Holy Trinity Catholic School East Campus in Jasper, Indiana. Girls on the Run aims to build confidence through fitness. From February to April, teams met twice weekly to train for a 5K while also addressing issues that girls in third through fifth grades face.
Grant Fischer of Ferdinand, 9, played pickleball during a clinic at the Tri-County YMCA in Ferdinand, Indiana. Brittney Heise, director of healthy living at the YMCA, described the sport as life-sized ping pong that incorporates parts of tennis and badminton. "It's a game for everyone, from children to senior citizens," she said.
Northeast Dubois' Quinn Dorsam cleared 5' 8" during the high jump at the Southridge Track and Field Invitational in Huntingburg, Indiana.
Crystal Jones and Naukym Morton were named All-Area Track Athletes of the Year by The Free Lance-Star.