Boys Varsity Tennis, Girls Varsity Track · Wall of Fame Class of 2020

Hannah Bargue and Sajin Smith are the Class of 2020 honorees for the Perry Meridian Athletic Wall of Fame.  Bargue and Smith have had illustrious careers as Falcons.  Quiet, humble, champion, competitor, and team-oriented are all words that describe both of this year’s honorees for the Wall of Fame.  Hannah and Sajin are elite in their sports of track and tennis respectively and are also dedicated to a team aspect of their individual sport.  Hannah will continue her running career at IUPUI and Sajin heads to Ball State University Tennis.
The Perry Meridian Athletic department is proud to induct Hannah Bargue and Sajin Smith in the Falcon Wall of Fame.


Hannah Bargue‘s athletic achievements:
Mid-State Conference Champion: 100m – 200m – 4×4 Champ (2x Champ) – 400m Runner-Up
Scored 36 Individual Points at 2019 Conference Meet (Team Championship)
Conference Record Holder for 100m and 200m
County: Runner-up (4×4) – 200m (3rd Place) – 100m (4th Place)
Sectional: 4×4 Champ (3x Champ) – Runner-up 100m – 200m – 400m
Regional Champion – 4×4 Champ – Runner-up 400m
State Qualifier – Runner-up 400m  – 4th Place 400m Dash – 5th Place 200m Dash – State Runner-Up 4×4 – 9th Place 100m
School records (200m Dash – 4×200 Relay – 4x400m Relay)

Track coach, Ryan Teverbaugh has said “In my experience, Hannah is the fiercest competitor, sweetest young woman, and most incredible leader I have had the honor to coach. She is the ultimate team player, role model, and athlete and she represents Perry extremely well!”


Sajin Smith‘s athletic achievements:
Individual state finalist Runner-up as senior; 4th place as junior;  top 8 as sophomore
First team All-State (3x) – Second Team All-State  (freshman)
All-District #6 (4x) *Most competitive district in the state
All-Conference for Mid-State & Conference Indiana (4x)
Mid-State #1 Singles Champion (2x)
Senior Indiana All-Star

Tennis Coach, Dan Schoch mentions, “Sajin is the most decorated tennis player in Perry Meridian history, yet he humbles himself before his peers, who greatly respect his quiet fortitude. He works extraordinarily hard training, both at practice and outside on his own, and he prepares for every match with a champion’s mentality and readiness. His speed, strength, and smarts provide him with one of the most versatile games in the state, and it’s this multi-faceted, dynamic game that allows him to compete and beat just about anyone.”