This is the fourth state championship in athletics for Canterbury High School and the first for a girls team in any sport.
Aubrey Holle was named the Patricia L. Roy Mental Attitude Award Winner for Class A for her demonstrated excellence in mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and athletic ability.
Holle scored 1,000 points in her career, and finishes her career as Canterbury’s all-time leader in assists and steals.
Tabitha Gerardot scored 16 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in the championship game. The 17 rebounds give Gerardot the state finals record for Class A, and ties the state finals record for all classes since the IHSAA went to a multi-class tournament format.
Canterbury and University set the state finals record for steals in a game with a combined 28 steals. Canterbury held University to the lowest scoring output in the history of the state finals. The 68 combined points was the lowest total ever in a state finals game.
Head Coach Scott Kreiger is in his 10th year as the head coach of the Lady Cavaliers, the only school at which he has served as head coach. He has a career record of 156-77, has won 8 sectional titles, two regionals, 1 semistate and 1 state championship.
A Pep rally and mayor proclamation was held in the High School gym–3210
The whole school was there, which included the lower and middle school children.
Additionally–Canterbury School is an independent, college preparatory school that serves students in northeast Indiana and has been in existence since 1977. The High School opened in 1987.