Gillespie Indians win the 7-3A State Championship for the first time in school history
The GMS Indians pose for a group photo with the 1st place trophy, the game ball and a towel embellished with their accomplishments.
Middle school principal Jill Rosentreter congratulates her winning students.
Anthony Kravanya doesn’t hesitate with the jump shot and makes his defender pay.
Dawson Lancaster takes advantage of a break in the action and gives the referee a fist bump.
Jerry Rosentreter mans the school’s camera cockpit with WSMI’s Terry Todt in the background broadcasting the game.
Fans do their Indian chant as Teutopolis shoots free throws.
Head coach Tim Wargo hugs his son, Tristen, after the game.
The Gillespie Middle School cheerleaders celebrate as the Indians add cushion to their lead.
Frankie Barrett looks for an open teammate.
Chance Reiniesch plays tough defense on his opponent.
Lexie Bussmann is stoked after the Indians take the lead late in the fourth quarter.
The 7th grade team poses with their cheerleaders and coaches after the trophy presentation.
Billy Gill shoots and scores for two points.
The players and cheerleaders are escorted out of Gillespie early yesterday afternoon by local emergency crews.
The Gillespie side of the court goes wild after a made basket.
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