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.
Northeast Dubois' Quinn Dorsam cleared 5' 8" during the high jump at the Southridge Track and Field Invitational in Huntingburg, Indiana.
Caroline Fairbanks prepares to race at the 19th annual Fredericksburg Soap Box Derby in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Northeast Dubois' Keigan Meyer jumped to retrieve the ball after an unsuccessful basket attempt by Southridge's Payton Mattingly, right, during the game in Dubois, Indiana. The Southridge Raiders defeated the Northeast Dubois Jeeps 56-48.
The Jasper track and field team poured water on their head coach Kevin Schipp as they were announced as the sectional championship winners at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper, 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.
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 their game against Washington High School at League Stadium in Huntingburg, Indiana.
Jessica Belcher (center right) celebrates winning a round of tug o’ war with her sorority sisters Brenna Lewis (center left), Meghan Keenan and Allison Friedman during the 19th annual Mud Tug at Rochester Institute of Technology in Henrietta, New York.
The Forest Park baseball team sat in the dugout following their season-ending loss to the South Spence Rebels in the Class 2A sectional championship in Tell City, 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.
Ryan Downes of Jasper and his sons Bode, 4, and Griffin, 6, listened as Jasper football head coach Tony Ahrens addressed the team in the locker room before a game at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium in Jasper, Indiana. Downes won the locker room experience through a school silent auction.
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.