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Founders of PostYourT.org

  • Coach Mike Walker BS, MA, Executive Director and Founder of PostYourT.
  • Linda Walker, Co-Founder of PostYourT.

Advisory Board of PostYourT.org

  • Mike Hasch, Athletic Director, Noblesville H.S.
  • Mickey Rice, Coach
  • Andrew Einterz, Attorney at Law
  • Tom Nipp, Former Mayor of New Castle

Staff of PostYourT.org

  • Tom Nipp- President.
  • Coach Mike Walker- Director of Games.
  • Mickey Rice- Florida Games Chairman.
  • Dave Risley- Sports Information Director.
  • Coach Logan Faulkner- College Coordinator 
     

In honor of faith and family, Post Your T never holds games on Sunday - and never will.

 

 BASKETBALL COACHES!!

GET READY FOR THE 3rd ANNUAL

OHIO-INDIANA ALL-STAR BASKETBALL GAMES!

Location & Date to be announced. 


RESULTS OF POSTYOURT.ORG EAST/WEST VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARGAMES ON NOVEMBER 29

 

By DAVE RISLEY

Sports Information Director, www.postyourt.org

 

Subject: POSTYOURT.ORG East/West High School Volleyball All Star Games honoring all four classes (The original Indiana East/West High School All Star Games)

When: Saturday November 29, 2014

Where: Munciana Volleyball complex in Yorktown, Indiana

Producer: www.postyourt.org

 

The 4th Annual POSTYOURT All Star Volleyball Games were held on Saturday November 29, 2014 at the Munciana Volleyball complex in Yorktown, Indiana. There were five girls matches. Each match had three sets, first team to 25 points winning that set. The team having the most total points after the three sets were played was declared the winner of the match.

                       

This year, Postyourt gave the Don Shondell All-Star Award for mental attitude after each match to a player from each team. All senior girls participating in the matches were eligible to receive this award.

 

Rosters and results for each of the matches are below.

 

10:00 A.M. #1 EAST (RED)                                             10:00 A.M. # 1 WEST (BLUE)

Abigail Miller                     Alexandria                            Jessica Parlock                  Hobart

Megan Miller                     Alexandria                            Rhylee Beshears                Hobart

Morgan Oliver                   Alexandria                            Laurie Vazquez                   Hobart

Bailey Jenkins                  Union County                       Jolene Whitehead                Pike Central

Lauren Lester                    Union County                      Peyton Ruppel                     Pike Central

Ella Dils                            Union County                      Lindsey Powers                   Lafayette Central Catholic

Laken Heavner                  Eastern (Pekin)                    Belle Kendrick                     Lafayette Central Catholic

Destinee Mattix                 Eastern (Pekin)                    Jade Green                         Hammond

Mackenzie Kovacich          Greensburg                         Elizabeth Helsley                 Wood Memorial

Victoria Bauer                    Blackford                            Marie Terry                         Eastern (Pekin)

Lily Kruse                          Lakewood Park                   Madison Giesler                  Forest Park

 

East 25-20, East 25-19, East 25-16; Total: East 75, West 55

  Led by the play at the net of Ella Dils and others, the East took all three sets from the West and won by a total of 20 points.

  Receiving the Don Shondell Award were Abigail Miller of Alexandria from the East and Laurie Vazquez of Hobart from the West.

                               

10:00 A.M. # 2 EAST (RED)                                            10:00 A.M. # 2 WEST (BLUE)

Makaylea Alberts                 Alexandria                            Alyssa Yanez                       River Forest

Maddy Thomas                   Alexandria                            Katie Anderson                     River Forest

Regan Lundy                       Alexandria                            Meagan White                     Rockville

Madalyn Weaver                 Alexandria                            Matty Tinkle                        Rockville

Ariana Cranston                  Angola                                  Rachel Kinney                     Franklin

Molly Smith                         Angola                                 Emily Martin                        Rossville

Lindsey Ingenito                  Daleville                               Megan Farny                        Evansville Mater Dei

Hannah McKinney              Daleville                                Kennedy Madison                Evansville Bosse

Katarina DiBiasio               Monroe Central                       Ashley King                        Pendleton Heights

Marret Metzger                  Manchester                             Hannah Towne                   Rochester

Tori Snyder                       Northfield                                                             

 

West 25-17, East 25-23, West 25-10; Total: West 73, East 52

  Led by the hitting of Rachel Kinney of Franklin and Kennedy Madison of Evansville Bosse, the West dominated play in the first and third sets. An inspired team performance enabled the East to win a close set two. The West won the match by a total of 21 points.

  Receiving the Don Shondell Award were Tori Snyder of Northfield from the East and Kennedy Madison of Evansville Bosse from the West.

  Snyder: “Thank you for this award. We had a lot of good girls on our team who carried their weight and played hard. We started playing really well together. I plan to go to IU-East in Richmond to play volleyball and plan on majoring in nursing and O.B.”

  Madison: “We drove four-and-a-half hours to get here, but it was worth it. I’m really excited and honored to get this award. I got to meet and play with a lot of girls from different cities I hadn’t even heard of. Volleyball has really improved around the state. I plan to go to the College of Charleston and play volleyball and sand volleyball. I’m ready to get out of this cold weather.”

 

10:00 A.M. # 3 EAST (RED)                                            10:00 A.M. # 3 WEST (BLUE)      

Bekah Raichel                     Austin                                    Makayla Love                     Indpls. Tindley

Lexi Parker                          Austin                                    Nicole Archie                      Indpls. Tindley

DeAnn Kauffman                  Union (Modoc)                        Lauren Murray                    Indpls. Tindley

Beth Jenkins                        Union (Modoc)                        Charisse Mitchell                Indpls. Tindley

Alexa Schofner                    Southwestern                          Adri Millican                       North Putnam

Brianna Figueroa                 Whiting                                    Raegan Bowling                 North Putnam

Julia Reichley                      Seton Catholic                         Kaitlin Mindiola                  North Putnam

Shay Lucas                         North Putnam                           Madison Flanagan             Lafayette Jeff

Payton Hart                         East Noble                               Gema Puente                    Lafayette Jeff

Kailen Berry                         Eastside                                  Alyssa Walsh                    Beech Grove

Zoe Laker                            Shelbyville                                Casey Tennell                   Southwestern

 

West 25-22, West 25-21, East 25-19; Total: West 69, East 68

  This was the closest match of the day. The West won the first two sets, but the East rallied to win the final set.

The West won the match by just one point.

  Receiving the Don Shondell Award were Bekah Raichel of Austin from the East and Charisse Mitchell of Indianapolis Tindley from the West.

  Raichel: “This was nice. I liked it and enjoyed it a lot. I plan to go to Manchester University and hope to play volleyball there.”

  Mitchell: “I had a fun time. It was confusing at first, but we started playing together and did a good job of pulling out a win. I got to play with some of my Tindley teammates a final time, but it was also nice playing with girls who aren’t from the same area as Tindley. I plan to go to Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia and play volleyball.”

 

11:30 A.M. # 1 EAST (RED)                                            11:30 A.M. # 1 WEST (BLUE)      

Sydney Wysong                   NorthWood                           Julia Kruzan                         Lake Central

Kennedy Wiens                    NorthWood                           Samantha Anderson              Lake Central

Haley Roe                            NorthWood                          Victoria Gardenhire                Lake Central

Kaylyn Alford                        Whiteland                            Kadie Hawks                        Harrison

Madison Scott                      Whiteland                            Sydney Garrett                     Harrison

Kylie Glover                          Whiteland                           Alex Danielides                     Whiting

Savanna Zakman                  Hanover Central                  Ally Best                               Benton Central

Emma DeYoung                   Hanover Central                  Jordin Page                           Lowell

Cassidy Cox                        Mitchell                               Katie Easter                          Logansport

Allie Owens                          Mitchell                               Whitney Revolt                     Tri-Central

Erika Foy                             Mississinewa

 

West 25-16, West 25-20, East 25-23; Total: West 73, East 61

  The West utilized all-around good play to take the first two sets, but the East dug in and outlasted the West to salvage the tight third set.

  Receiving the Don Shondell Award were Savanna Zakman of Hanover Central from the East and Whitney Revolt of Tri-Central from the West.

  Zakman: “Thank you for inviting me to play here today and for this award. I try to play every game as if it were my last. There were a lot of good girls here today from all across the state. We had good chemistry as a team because all of us know what to do when we get here. We just put together what we do best and played. I plan to play volleyball at the University of Pikesville in Kentucky. I’ll finish playing club volleyball, then graduate, and then it’s off to college.”

  Revolt: “Thanks so much for the award. It was nice playing with girls from other schools, especially bigger schools because I’m from a small school. We got to know each other out on the court. I hope to play volleyball in college, but I don’t know where yet.”

           

11:30 A.M. # 2 EAST (RED)                                            11:30 A.M. # 2 WEST (BLUE)

Isabel Gothard                     Muncie Burris                     Rachel Payne                       Benton Central

Kloie McGrew                      Muncie Burris                    Evonnie Payne                      Benton Central

Mallory Green                      Union (Modoc)                   Alyssa Stepney                     Lake Central

MacKyndsea Burke             Union (Modoc)                    Stephanie Spigolon                Lake Central

Hailey Misamore                Austin                                 Kiana Fields                          McCutcheon

Skyler Coomer                   Austin                                 Jade Humphrey                    McCutcheon

Marissa Call                      Kankakee Valley                   Victoria Bush                       South Bend Clay

Brittany Gabbard                Connersville                         Lizzy Gardner                      Faith Christian

Bayley Smith                      Columbia City                                    

Brooke Miller                      Goshen

 

West 25-18, West 25-13, West 25-17; Total: West 75, East 48

  The powerful West, behind the hitting prowess of Kiana Fields of McCutcheon, Evonnie Payne of Benton Central, and Alyssa Stepney of Lake Central and the active support of their teammates, swept all three sets from the East and won by a total of 27 points.

  Receiving the Don Shondell Awards were Bayley Smith of Columbia City from the East and Evonnie Payne of Benton Central from the West.

  Smith: “Thank you for the award. They (West) were really strong, but we were able to hold our own, at least in the first game. I managed to get a couple of blocks. I may go to Anderson University and play volleyball.”

  Payne: “I really appreciate the award. We came from different areas of the state, but we played like we’d been playing together for a while. We had a strong team. I plan to run track at Ball State or ISU.”

 

  Postyourt would like thank all of the players, coaches, sponsors, and fans in attendance for making the volleyball games a success.

  Upcoming press releases in early spring of next year will be distributed about the Indiana vs. Ohio All-Star Basketball Games, which are scheduled to be held on Saturday April 4, 2015.

   

 

  For more information about Postyourt.org and the games, visit www.postyourt.org or contact Sports Information Director Dave Risley (drisley1019@att.net).  

About The Games

We are the Original Class All-Star Games since 2005!
 
It is the mission of PostYourT to honor players who make your best "better". We are looking for players who may be overlooked...AND UNDER THE RADAR. Our goal is to provide the opportunity for these players to be HONORED. 
 
Any coaches interested in coaching in the All-Star Games, please contact Coach Walker-
 
Coach Mike Walker, Founder | 765.779.4110 | mike.walker@postyourt.org  
 
 
 
 

What people think of the Games

“The PostYourT.org East/West All-Star Games is one of the best all-star events in the Midwest. From playing in the game (in 2006) to recruiting from it, the talent has gotten better every year. In this all day event, it’s fun to watch such a great collection of talented young men/women compete at a high level. This all-star game is a 5-star event from the players, coaches, fans, referees, to the organizers who all do an unbelievable job. We look forward to coming to the game every year.”

Lance Robinson
Men’s Basketball Recruiter
Aurora University, Illinois

"Recently, one of our seniors, was noticed while participating in this event and a few weeks later committed to a full scholarship to Danville Junior College. Thanks to the exposure he received, he found an opportunity to further his career as a student athlete. All of the players from Charlestown as well as myself have enjoyed the opportunity for exposure and the playing experience in participating in the Post Your T All Star Games."

Sean Smith
Special Education Teacher, Varsity Boys Basketball Coach
Charlestown High School  - GO PIRATES!!!

"What a great way to honor All-Star players, those who have worked hard and excelled in soccer skills and sportsmanship. Our male athletes enjoyed the higher level competition. I enjoyed meeting some top notch female players in the state and coaching them. A worthwhile and exciting day!"

Coach Elizabeth Beasley, M.Ed.
Head Coach Southside Thunder Soccer

Welcome to Post Your T!

PostYourT.org is the producer of all-star games that honor and showcase top players from all 4 classes - not just the "super stars". We help high school boys and girls to display their athletic talents via our games. Our mission is to help these athletes get into college – our games help to connect them with college coaches. We are particularly interested in good kids that play sports but are "under the radar" and could use a leg-up from us!  Our games give all the players a chance to shine and be honored!

Home of the original All-Class All-Star Games

High School Coaches!  Do you have talented players on your team?  Have they been noticed by any colleges?  Then PostYourT.org is for you!

College Coaches!  Do you need talent to take your team to the next level but don’t have the budget to go recruiting? Then PostYourT.org is for you!

Some of the College coaches that have attended our games!

  • Indiana Wesleyan College, IN
  • Franklin College, IN
  • Danville J. C. IN
  • South Western Illinois College
  • University of South Carolina Up State
  • Kaskaskia College J. C.  IL
  • Ancilla J. C. IN
  • Manchester College
  • Taylor University
  • Marian College, IN

High School Players!  Would you like to be noticed by colleges all over the US – or even the world?  Would you like to tell everybody how good you and your teammates are?  Then PostYourT.org is for you!

Parents of Athletes!  Do you want your athletic sons or daughters to continue their education and realize their dreams?  Can you afford to pay for all their schooling?  Then PostYourT.org is for you!

Athletic Boosters and Sponsors!  Would you like your teams to gain national exposure and recognition?  How would you like for every one of the players on your favorite team to have the chance to go to college?  Then PostYourT.org is for you!

PostYourT.org is where you can POST YOUR TALENTS!  Here we provide a place where High School Athletes can get noticed by college recruiters and coaches.

John 3:16

 

These are a few players from our games!
   
Just some of the action at the All-Star Games!

Contact PYT

You can contact us in the following ways:

Mailing Address:

Post Your T
P. O. Box 134
Middletown, IN 47356

Telephone:

Phone: (765) 779-4110

E-Mail:

DIRECTOR: Coach Mike Walker - Mike.Walker@PostYourT.org

WEB MASTER: If you are having problems with our web site you can contact our web development staff. WebMaster@PostYourT.org

For scholarship information e-mail mike.walker@postyourt.org.