Hoosier heroes to perform national anthem at championship game of Men’s Final Four

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INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana front-line heroes will perform the national anthem tonight before the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship final at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The singers represent front-line and essential workers in six different career fields and were identified by their organizations to take part in the performance.

The following singers will perform Monday:
• Leah Crane, Riley Hospital for Children social worker.
• Ben Hilgert, U.S. Army field band sergeant first class.
• Domonique Wickware-Kelly, Riverside High School student technology and choir teacher.
• Shaina Moore, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer.
• Aaron Thomas, Indianapolis Fire Department captain.
• Eric Yancy, Indiana University Health pediatrician.

The performance will begin at about 9 p.m. Eastern time before the tipoff of the Baylor-Gonzaga national championship game.


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