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On Saturday, November 9th the Noblesville girls basketball team would like to invite you to join us in honoring the lives and legacy of two of Noblesville’s greatest athletes, Courtney Cox-Cole and Krissi Davis.  

We will be raising money for the Courtney Cox-Cole and Krissi Davis Scholarship Fund that will be awarded to each senior member of the varsity girls basketball team. In the weeks prior to the game, you can order a shirt that honors Krissi and Courtney.   All proceeds from the shirt sales will go towards the scholarship fund.

If you would like to donate directly to the scholarship fund, you may do so by sending a check to the Noblesville School Education Foundation c/o the Courtney Cox-Cole and Krissi Davis Scholarship.  The address is 18025 River Road, Noblesville, IN 46062.

Please come and out and help us honor the legacy of Krissi Davis and Courtney Cox-Cole.   The JV game tips at 5:00 pm and the varsity will tip at approximately 6:30 pm.

Commemorative T-Shirts Supporting the Courtney Cox-Cole and Krissi Davis Scholarship Fund

Purchase your T-shirts Here:

T Shirts will be available for pick up at the NHS Athletic Office the week of November 4th.


Excerpts from the Indystar:

Krissi Davis, an intense and ferocious basketball player who led her 1987 undefeated Noblesville team to a state championship and went on to play for Notre Dame,

Davis, who was inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in 2017, scored a school record 1,269 career points at Noblesville and finished with an 81-17 career record, including four sectionals, two regionals and a semi-state title. She was senior captain of the team the year it won the state title. 

She also became Noblesville's first girls Indiana All-Star before going on to be a two-time team MVP at the University of Notre Dame. She played for Muffet McGraw, as part of the legendary coach's first class of players.

"On the court, Krissi was a very competitive and intense player, but off the court she was a lot of fun to be around," McGraw said Sunday. "She had a great sense of humor and you could always count on her to diffuse a pressure situation with a witty or sarcastic comment."

McGraw said her first class will always be special to her, building a foundation for the program. Davis will not be forgotten, she said.

"She was a good friend to everyone who knew her," McGraw said, "and she will be missed by the entire Notre Dame family."

Davis graduated in 1991 as the program’s seventh all-time leading scorer with 1,194 points and was the recipient of the Byron V. Kanaley Award, the most prestigious honor given to a Notre Dame senior athlete who has been exemplary as a student and leader.

She spent countless hours volunteering at the Hamilton County Humane Society.

Read the entire article about Krissi Davis here:


Excerpts from The IndyStar:

Courtney Cox Cole had been an athlete all her life, leading Noblesville High to three straight state finals, including a championship in 1987, and going on to play at Indiana University.Cole scored a Noblesville record 1,869 career points and graduated as Indiana’s fourth all-time girls scoring leader.

Cole, who was on IU’s 1991 WNIT runner-up basketball team and went on to become a local celebrity as one of the "sisters of savings" in radio ads for Hare Chevrolet, died Sunday at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville. She was 48.

She was a 1989 Indiana All-Star, named USA Today and Parade Magazine 1st team All-American, Gatorade Player of the Year and won a Dial Award for National High School Athlete Scholar of the Year.

Cole's athletic prowess extended beyond the court. She was a two-time state golf champion at Noblesville and a three time all-Big Ten and three-time Academic All-American in golf at IU.

Later in life, Cole's athletic feats were overshadowed by her role as businesswoman. For the past two decades, Cole has best been known as the co-owner, along with her sister, Monica Peck, of Hare Chevrolet in Noblesville. 

The sisters were sixth-generation owners of the 172-year-old company, founded in 1847 as a buggy and wagon maker.

Read the entire article about Courtney Cox-Cole here:



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