1995-96 Carlyle High School Girls’ Team
Year Inducted: 2011
Schools / Organizations: Carlyle High School
Biography: The 1996 Carlyle Lady Indians were a high-scoring machine. In their 34 games, they averaged over 76 ppg. In their 3 games at the IHSA State Tournament they averaged over 83 ppg. Their average margin of victory for those 3 contests was 32 points. After losing to Teutopolis High School in the state title game in 1995 on a last second shot, the goal for the ’96 Lady Indians was to make sure that no game was going to come down to a last shot. This Lady Indian squad set state tournament records for most points in a title game (86); most points in a quarter of a title game (26); most points in the tournament (250); largest point margin in the title game (36); most field goals made in a game (42); most field goals made in the title game (34); most field goals made in the tournament (103); most assists in a game (28); most assists in the tournament (64). Several individual records were also set.
Team Members in the Picture:
Back Row (L to R): Asst. Coach Ken Smith, Mgr. Jill Brammeier, Summar Knuf, Leslie Dumstorff, Stacey Pollmann, Shanon Pollmann, Courtney Smith, and Head Coach Angie Gherardini.
Middle Row (L to R): Mgr. Angie Yardley, Tara Kell, Kristin Hustedde, Erin Knuf, Michelle Donahoo, Brie Sheathelm, Amber Schaubert and Mgr. Christine Barackman.
Front Row (L to R): Heather Hilpas, Laura Winiker, Jamie Knuf, Tiffany Diekemper, and Elisha Woods.