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HOUSE CONCURRENT
RESOLUTION No.
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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED RESOLUTION



        A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION congratulating Jimtown High School on the occasion of its victory in the Class 2A state football championship.



Walorski




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Introduced

Second Regular Session of the 114th General Assembly (2006)


HOUSE CONCURRENT
RESOLUTION



        A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION congratulating Jimtown High School on the occasion of its victory in the Class 2A state football championship.

    Whereas, The Jimtown High School football season ended with one final victory over North Posey, earning the team a Class 2A state football championship;

    Whereas, Patience, persistence, and a pair of interceptions helped the Jimtown High School team break open what had been a close game for a 35-7 victory over North Posey for the Class 2A state championship;

    Whereas, In addition to this year's victory, the Jimtown football program claimed a Class A title in 1991 and Class 2A titles in 1997 and 1998;

    Whereas, The Jimmies were lead by sophomore Ryan Konrath who rushed for 63 yards and two touchdowns, senior Ross Bauman who had a 55-yard punt return, and junior Brian DeShone who had a 76-yard interception for a score; and

    Whereas, The Jimmies' 14-1 season is a prime example of hard work and dedication to a goal that can be seen throughout the athletic programs and classrooms of Indiana schools: Therefore,

Be it resolved by the House of Representatives

of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana,

the Senate concurring:



    SECTION 1. That the Indiana General Assembly congratulates Jimtown High School on an excellent football season that ended with its victory in the Class 2A state football championship and wishes team members continued success in the years ahead.
    SECTION 2. That the Principal Clerk of the House of Representatives shall transmit a copy of this resolution to team members, head coach Bill Sharpe, and principal Nate Dean.