For the seventh consecutive year, Methodist Sports Medicine recognized outstanding student athletes who have overcome incredibly difficult circumstances to achieve success.
At the banquet Thursday held at the Indiana Roof Ballroom, a video profile was played to honor each of the award winners. The following courageous student athletes were recognized following their inspirational stories:
Robbie Hummel, Purdue University men's basketball player
Ashtyn Brown, Ball State University women's golfer, two-time cancer survivor
Evan Meade, Franklin Community H.S. football player, cancer survivor
Alysia Bennett, three-sport athlete at Sullivan H.S., cancer survivor
Bradley Humphrey, Crispus Attucks H.S. tennis player, State Fair stage collapse survivor
Watch the videos in the related content to see the features which were produced by various members of the Fox 59 Sports Department.
Also at the banquet Purdue legends Bob Griese and Joe Tiller were honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards. Twelve student athletes were also recognized by the IHSAA for winning the C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarships.
2012 IHSAA / C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship Award Recipients
Kent Burton Caston High School
JoJo Daghe Speedway High School
Philip Gerber Bluffton High School
Jack Jordan Bremen High School
Ann Kuntz Oldenburg Academy
Bradley Moorhead South Dearborn High School
Zak Nusbaum Hamilton High School
Carissa Pekny West Lafayette High School
Julie Riggins Bloomfield High School
Abby Rogers Bloomington High School North
Rebecca Wornhoff Lebanon High School
Tyler Ziliak Gibson Southern High School
Fox 59 was proud to partner with Methodist Sports Medicine once again this year to assist with the Sports Achievement Awards banquet. You can watch some of the comeback athlete profiles over the next month on Fox 59 Sports Overtime.
Comeback Athlete winners provide inspiration at Methodist Sports Medicine Awards
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