With the uncertainty around the spring sports season due to COVID-19, the Coastal Point would like to provide a place where we can honor the senior athletes from Indian River High School over the next couple of weeks. Below is the first batch of students who have answered our questionnaire, which is similar to the one provided by the IR athletic department. With the help of a senior student-athlete, we have been in contact with almost all seniors. If you know of an IR senior student-athlete that was set to play a spring sport this season, please contact Sports Reporter Jason Feather at jason.feather@coastalpoint.com.

Kaylee Hall

Kaylee Hall, IRHS girls lacrosse

KAYLEE HALL

Sport: Girls Lacrosse 

Parents and siblings: Chad and Amy Hall sister Kinsley Hall (freshman)

What are your plans after high school?: I plan to attend the University of Delaware majoring in Nursing

What is your favorite memory from high school: Making it to the State Championship for field hockey 

What is your parting message to your teammates: Work hard, play harder, and never settle for good! Value your last years of high school. Play every game like it’s your last because it might be.

TJ Moore

TJ Moore, IRHS boys lacrosse

TJ MOORE

Sport: Boys Lacrosse 

Parents: Tom and Deb Moore

What are your plans after high school?: Attend the University of Delaware

What is your favorite memory from high school: Wrestling Sam Miltner and knocking over the old man (Coach Dietz).

What is your parting message to your teammates: Keep Coach Dietz on his toes, and good luck next year.

Josh Edwards

Josh Edwards, IRHS baseball

JOSH EDWARDS

Sport: Baseball

Parents: Jeff and Christina Edwards

What are your plans after high school?: Attend the University of Delaware

What is your favorite memory from high school: Almost catching the school on fire.

What is your parting message to your teammates: It was an exciting ride while it lasted.

Tyler Kramer

Tyler Kramer, IRHS baseball

TYLER KRAMER

Sport: Baseball

Parents: Maryjo and Gerald Brinson

What are your plans after high school?: Attend DelTech to study Criminal Justice to become a state trooper.

What is your favorite memory from high school: Homecoming

What is your parting message to your teammates: Always strive for greatness.

Staff Reporter

Jason has been in journalism for 20 years. He moved to Coastal Delaware in August 2017 with his wife, Jessica, and their daughters, Kylie, 17, and Grace, 12. He has a passion for high-school sports and especially values the relationships that builds.