For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand Friday evening. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."

For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand Friday evening. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."

 Jaida Kendall of Jasper, 10, played in the hallway as the Wildcats faced the Princeton Tigers at Jasper High School in Jasper on Tuesday. Kendall is the daughter of Jasper assistant coach Phil Kendall.

Jaida Kendall of Jasper, 10, played in the hallway as the Wildcats faced the Princeton Tigers at Jasper High School in Jasper on Tuesday. Kendall is the daughter of Jasper assistant coach Phil Kendall.

 Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

 Jasper's Rachel Gress warmed up her swing against Washington in Petersburg on Wednesday. Jasper won 17-4.

Jasper's Rachel Gress warmed up her swing against Washington in Petersburg on Wednesday. Jasper won 17-4.

 Kimani Butcher, 5, of the Toddlers Academy and Preschool in North Charleston, stood in the photo cutout stand at the Charleston RiverDogs Splash Day in Charleston, South Carolina on July 25, 2017.

Kimani Butcher, 5, of the Toddlers Academy and Preschool in North Charleston, stood in the photo cutout stand at the Charleston RiverDogs Splash Day in Charleston, South Carolina on July 25, 2017.

 Ellie Bardwell of Huntingburg, 11, got her nails painted like baseballs at a salon before the Southridge High School send-off to the state final game at League Stadium in Huntingburg, Ind. on Friday, June 15, 2018. Bardwell, the daughter of athletic director Brett Bardwell, collected Raider signatures on her baseball.

Ellie Bardwell of Huntingburg, 11, got her nails painted like baseballs at a salon before the Southridge High School send-off to the state final game at League Stadium in Huntingburg, Ind. on Friday, June 15, 2018. Bardwell, the daughter of athletic director Brett Bardwell, collected Raider signatures on her baseball.

 Northeast Dubois' Clare Mangin and Tyla Rasche embraced while Kortney Quinn cut the hoop down after defeating Wood Memorial at Wood Memorial High School in Oakland City on Saturday. The Jeeps won 35-30 to claim the Class 1A Sectional title.

Northeast Dubois' Clare Mangin and Tyla Rasche embraced while Kortney Quinn cut the hoop down after defeating Wood Memorial at Wood Memorial High School in Oakland City on Saturday. The Jeeps won 35-30 to claim the Class 1A Sectional title.

 Northeast Dubois' cheerleader Makena Evernan reacted as the Jeeps trailed behind Springs Valley in French Lick on Saturday. The Jeeps lost 68-54.

Northeast Dubois' cheerleader Makena Evernan reacted as the Jeeps trailed behind Springs Valley in French Lick on Saturday. The Jeeps lost 68-54.

 Adalie Kalb of Dubois, 9, played with her sister Ashtyn, 3, on the basketball court during the Jeeps' softball game in Dubois on Thursday. After Ashtyn got a cut on her hand, Adalie blew the dirt off.

Adalie Kalb of Dubois, 9, played with her sister Ashtyn, 3, on the basketball court during the Jeeps' softball game in Dubois on Thursday. After Ashtyn got a cut on her hand, Adalie blew the dirt off.

 For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand Friday evening. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."
 Jaida Kendall of Jasper, 10, played in the hallway as the Wildcats faced the Princeton Tigers at Jasper High School in Jasper on Tuesday. Kendall is the daughter of Jasper assistant coach Phil Kendall.
 Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.
 Jasper's Rachel Gress warmed up her swing against Washington in Petersburg on Wednesday. Jasper won 17-4.
 Kimani Butcher, 5, of the Toddlers Academy and Preschool in North Charleston, stood in the photo cutout stand at the Charleston RiverDogs Splash Day in Charleston, South Carolina on July 25, 2017.
 Ellie Bardwell of Huntingburg, 11, got her nails painted like baseballs at a salon before the Southridge High School send-off to the state final game at League Stadium in Huntingburg, Ind. on Friday, June 15, 2018. Bardwell, the daughter of athletic director Brett Bardwell, collected Raider signatures on her baseball.
 Northeast Dubois' Clare Mangin and Tyla Rasche embraced while Kortney Quinn cut the hoop down after defeating Wood Memorial at Wood Memorial High School in Oakland City on Saturday. The Jeeps won 35-30 to claim the Class 1A Sectional title.
 Northeast Dubois' cheerleader Makena Evernan reacted as the Jeeps trailed behind Springs Valley in French Lick on Saturday. The Jeeps lost 68-54.
 Adalie Kalb of Dubois, 9, played with her sister Ashtyn, 3, on the basketball court during the Jeeps' softball game in Dubois on Thursday. After Ashtyn got a cut on her hand, Adalie blew the dirt off.

For her child development class Forest Park sophomore Tori King cared for her infant simulator, who she named Russel, during the Rangers' home game against Pike Central in Ferdinand Friday evening. "I think its a good experience for anyone who wants a kid," said King. "I don't want a kid now, but it makes me know that its a lot of work."

Jaida Kendall of Jasper, 10, played in the hallway as the Wildcats faced the Princeton Tigers at Jasper High School in Jasper on Tuesday. Kendall is the daughter of Jasper assistant coach Phil Kendall.

Maris Drew of Jasper, 11, applied camo face paint in the hunting blind at the Youth Turkey Hunt at Patoka Lake, Ind. on April 21, 2018. Drew's hunting guide Shannon Gillette of Markleville brought the camo face paint, and said that the face paint is "sacred" to her.

Jasper's Rachel Gress warmed up her swing against Washington in Petersburg on Wednesday. Jasper won 17-4.

Kimani Butcher, 5, of the Toddlers Academy and Preschool in North Charleston, stood in the photo cutout stand at the Charleston RiverDogs Splash Day in Charleston, South Carolina on July 25, 2017.

Ellie Bardwell of Huntingburg, 11, got her nails painted like baseballs at a salon before the Southridge High School send-off to the state final game at League Stadium in Huntingburg, Ind. on Friday, June 15, 2018. Bardwell, the daughter of athletic director Brett Bardwell, collected Raider signatures on her baseball.

Northeast Dubois' Clare Mangin and Tyla Rasche embraced while Kortney Quinn cut the hoop down after defeating Wood Memorial at Wood Memorial High School in Oakland City on Saturday. The Jeeps won 35-30 to claim the Class 1A Sectional title.

Northeast Dubois' cheerleader Makena Evernan reacted as the Jeeps trailed behind Springs Valley in French Lick on Saturday. The Jeeps lost 68-54.

Adalie Kalb of Dubois, 9, played with her sister Ashtyn, 3, on the basketball court during the Jeeps' softball game in Dubois on Thursday. After Ashtyn got a cut on her hand, Adalie blew the dirt off.

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