March 18, 2018
Hi IISD Families:
The below are the 2018 Girls and Boys IHSAA Results for our Indiana International School of Diving participants. IISD Divers identified below are IISD club divers in the present or past, divers coached by IISD Staff in the present/past, or IHSAA divers who do not do club diving but are or have been coached by present IISD Staff.
Thank you to all our diving Families who have made the conscious decision over the years to support great sport and life opportunities for your children enrolled in our program. The IISD hopes to continue to reward this investment with great life experiences inside and outside the sport of diving under the coaching care of our incredible IISD Staff.
For your working knowledge as per the below IHSAA rules:
Top 4 advance from the Sectionals, Top 8 advance from the Regionals, State Contenders = Top 32… State Finalists = Top 16.
Girls IHSAA State Championship Series: 2018
Regarding Girls Sectionals: The IISD had representation at 11/20 IHSAA Sectional Championships. Of this field, IISD representatives secured 10/11 Sectional Titles, 20/33 Top 3 Medals, and produced 41/43 IISD participant Sectional Top 12 Medalists.
Regarding Girls Regionals: The IISD had representation in 4/4 Regional Championships. IISD posted 4/4 Regional Champions, 10/12 Top 3 Medalists, and 16/32 State Qualifiers.
Regarding IHSAA Girls State Championships: The IISD had 16 divers in the contest – half the field. We secured 7/8 Top 8 Medalists with the Top 7 spots, and secured 5 additional 9-16th place spots. That’s 12 in the Top 16… which is pretty much more than any single swim organization has ever achieved at the state championship level… and a badge of honor that is becoming statistically familiar to the IISD.
Congratulations to all our divers/coaches/families. Top Honors this year go to our incredible Diver and Coach Team: Sara Troyer – Champion - under the tutelage of the amazing Coach Bob Burns. Thank you both for your many years of dedication and commitment in the field, and for paving the way that our next generation of divers and coaches may pursue greatness in the sport!
Please enjoy reviewing the results below… they were well earned!:
Girls Sectional Results: Top 4 advance to the Regionals.
Sara Troyer: Sectional Champion
Mary Grossman: Sectional Runner Up
JC Burbrink: Sectional 6th Place
Jackie Brenn: Sectional Champion
Mallory Walker: Sectional Runner Up
Kayla Luarde: Sectional 3rd Place
Anna Yaggy: Sectional 4th Place
Maddison Gleave: Sectional 5th Place
Kaylie Cripe: Sectional 6th Place
Sophia Jimenez: Sectional 7th Place
Peyton Yoquelet: Sectional 8th Place
Sarah Ballard: Sectional Champion
Sophie Fonacier: Sectional 8th Place
Maddie Cougill: Sectional 10th Place
Elayna Sisson: Sectional 11th Place
Alayna Heyde: Sectional Champion
Emma Toomey: Sectional 3rd Place
Taylor Jackson: Sectional 7th Place
Grace Helms: Sectional 10th Place
Gabby Sanburn: Sectional 12th Place
Kaitlyn McGraw: Sectional 13th Place
Kristina Zick: Sectional Champion
Mikayla Zick: Sectional Runner Up
Kendra Seymour: Sectional 3rd Place
Kate Steiner: Sectional 4th Place
Brooke Bernhardt: Sectional 5th Place
Kamryn Elder: Sectional 8th Place
Ella West: Sectional 10th Place
Molly Garner: Sectional 3rd Place
Evie Geier: Sectional Champion
Kamryn Blake: Sectional 3rd Place
Emma Gentry: Sectional 6th Place
Kyra McKinney: Sectional 11th Place
Ashlyn Kent: Sectional Champion
Carley Divish: Sectional 8th Place
Michelle Wang: Sectional 14th Place
Jolie Rusznak: Sectional Champion
Sarah Kempf: Sectional Champion
Faith Jackson: Sectional Runner Up
Sadie Mills: Sectional 3rd Place
Midori Adams: Sectional 4th Place
Kenzie Mills: Sectional 7th Place
Maggie Gregory: Sectional Champion
Girls Regional Results: Top 8 advance to State Championships
Jackie Brenn: Regional Champion
Evie Geier: Regional Champion
Sadie Mills: Regional Champion
Sara Troyer: Regional Champion
Sarah Kempf: Regional Runner Up
Mary Grossman: Regional Runner Up
Mikayla Zick: Regional Runner Up
Faith Jackson: Regional 3rd Place
Mallory Walker: Regional 3rd Place
Kristina Zick: Regional 3rd Place
Kayla Luarde: Regional 4th Place
Maggie Gregory: Regional 5th Place
Sarah Ballard: Regional 6th Place
Kamryn Blake: Regional 7th Place
Alayna Heyde: Regional 8th Place
Jolie Rusznak: Regional 8th Place
Ashlyn Kent: Regional 9th Place
Kate Steiner: Regional 10th Place
Anna Yaggy: Regional 10th Place
Emma Toomey: Regional 11th Place
Midori Adams: Regional 12th Place
Kendra Seymour: Regional 13th Place
Molly Garner: Regional 14th Place
Girls State Results: Top 16 score in the Finals in the Fine State of Indiana!
Sara Troyer: State Champion
Jackie Brenn: State Runner Up
Evie Geier: State 3rd Place
Sarah Ballard: State 4th Place
Mary Grossman: State 5th Place
Mallory Walker: State 6th Place
Kayla Luarde: State 7th Place
Alayna Heyde: State 10th Place
Mikayla Zick: State 11th Place
Kristina Zick: State 12th Place
Kamryn Blake: State 13th Place
Sadie Mills: State 16th Place
Faith Jackson: State 21st Place
Jolie Rusznak: State 27th Place
Sarah Kempf: State 29th Place
Maggie Gregory: State 30th Place
Boys IHSAA State Championship Series - 2018
Regarding Boys Sectionals: The IISD had representation at 7/20 IHSAA Sectional Championships. Of this field, IISD representatives secured 5/7 Sectional Titles, 9/21 Top 3 Medals, and produced 16/17 IISD participant Sectional Top 12 Medalists.
Regarding Boys Regionals: The IISD had representation in 3/4 Regional Championships. IISD posted 2/4 Regional Champions, 4/9 Top 3 Medalists, and 6/32 State Qualifiers.
Regarding IHSAA Boys State Championships: The IISD had 6/32 divers in the contest. We secured 3 Top 8 Medalists with the Top 2 spots, and secured 2 additional 9-16th place spots. That’s 5/6 of our qualified boys in the Top 16. Pretty good!
Boys Sectional Results: Top 4 advance to Regionals
Logan Brown: Sectional Champion
Joshua Parquet: Sectional Champion
Aiden Werner: Sectional Champion
Isaac Khamis: Sectional Champion
Benjamin Rader: Sectional Runner Up
Johnathan Jellison: Sectional 3rd Place
Jordan Spearman: Sectional 4th Place
Connor Mihavics: Sectional Champion
Nate Prendergast: Sectional Runner Up
Matthew Hayward: Sectional 3rd Place
Spencer Collier: Sectional 4th Place
Isaac Hunter: Sectional 5th Place
James Swinehart: Sectional 6th Place
Jachob Davis: Sectional 6th Place
Evan Shipman: Sectional 10h Place
Xan Branham: Sectional 15th Place
Brevan Graham: Sectional 9th Place
Boys Regional Results: Top 8 advance to State Championships
Isaac Khamis: Regional Champion
Aiden Werner: Regional Runner Up
Benjamin Rader: Regional 3rd Place
Joshua Parquet: Regional 4th Place
Johnathan Jellison: Regional 6th Place
Jordan Spearman: Regional 11th Place
Logan Brown: Regional Champion
Spencer Collier: Regional 10th Place
Nate Prendergast: Regional 12th Place
Mathew Hayward: Regional 14th Place
Conner Mihavics: Regional 15th Place
Boys State Results: Top 16 score in the Finals in the Fine State of Indiana!
Isaac Khamis: State Champion
Aiden Werner: State Runner Up
Logan Brown: State 6th Place
Johnathan Jellison: State 13th Place
Benjamin Rader: State 15th Place
Joshua Parquet: State 27th Place
Special Honors go to Isaac Khamis, having placed 3rd, 2nd, 1st, and 1stagain at the State Championships throughout his high school diving career… Isaac has won the impressive IHSAA “Best Mental Attitude” Award for the 2018 season. Enjoy the below read:
Senior Isaac Khamis of Richmond wins Mental
Senior Isaac Khamis of Richmond High School was recognized following the state championship meet by the IHSAA Executive Committee as this year’s winner of the Mental Attitude Award, named in honor of Herman F. Keller.
Khamis is a four-time state place winner in diving, and two-time state champion. During his freshman and sophomore year, Khamis took third place and second place, respectively. He has also won diving at the conference and sectional level yearly. He was named the captain of the swimming and diving team at Richmond for the 2017-18 season.
Outside of diving, he was a member of the band for three years. He also volunteers his time at the Animal HELP Shelter, and has helped clean parks within his community. Khamis is also part of his church’s youth choir and youth group.
In the realm of academics, he ranks second in his senior class of 287 students. Khamis is also a member of his school's National Honors Society.
Khamis is the son of Kathy and Michael Khamis of Richmond. After graduating from Richmond High School, he will attend the University of Missouri and dive for the Tigers.
Each year the IHSAA Executive Committee selects a senior who was nominated by his principal and coach and was determined to have best demonstrated mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and athletic ability. The Committee presented $1,000 to Richmond High School's general scholarship fund in the name of Khamis.
Great job this year to all at the IHSAA State Championship series events!!!