2016-2017 Northern Indiana Conference All-Sports Awards

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BOYS –  2016-2017                                                  GIRLS –  2016-2017

NIC All-Sports Award                                                                NIC All-Sports Award

10 Sports                                                                                      9 Sports

Final Results                                                                                 Final Results

1          Penn                             385.00                                         1        Penn                                     355.00

2          Elkhart Central            326.25                                         2        St. Joseph                            295.00

3          Saint Joseph               313.75                                         3        Elkhart Central                    275.00

4         Adams                    290.00                                              4        Marian                                  266.25

5         Riley                       278.75                                               5        Bremen                                258.75

6          Mishawaka                  273.75                                         6        Mishawaka                          225.00

7          Marian                          252.50                                         6      Adams                            225.00

8          New Prairie                 242.50                                         8        New Prairie                         212.50

9          Bremen                        227.50                                         9        John Glenn                          183.75 

10       Washington                  195.00                                         10     Riley                               160.00 

11       Jimtown                        187.50                                         11     Jimtown                                138.75                 

12       John Glenn                  181.25                                         11     Clay                                138.75

13       Clay                        151.25                                         13     Washington                  126.25

400 – Highest                                                                             360 – Highest

125 – Lowest                                                                              100 – Lowest

Penn scored 385 points out of a possible 400 points possible in the ten boys’ sports. They scored

355 points out of a possible 360 points in the 9 girls’ sports. This is the 27th straight year that Penn High School has won the NIC All-Sports Award.

Boys                           2016-17                                                     Girls                        2016-17

Sport                  NIC Champions          Penn Finish              Sport                NIC Champions             Penn Finish

Football                 Penn  (North)                  1st                         Volleyball              Penn                                      1st

Marian (South)                                                                           Marian (South)

B- Tennis              Saint Joseph                   2nd                       G-Golf                    Penn                                      1st

B- X-Country        Penn                                 1st                         G- X-Country        Penn                                      1st

B- Soccer              Penn                                 1st                         G- Soccer              Penn                                  1st

B- Basketball        Riley/Adams                    5th                          G- Basketball       Saint Joseph                        2nd

Elk. Central (North)                                                                      John Glenn (South)

Wrestling               Penn                                 1st                         G-Swim                 Penn                                      1st

B- Swim                Riley                                  2nd

B- Track                 Penn                                  1st                         G- Track                Penn                                      1st

Baseball                Penn                                 1st                         Softball                  Penn                                      1st

John Glenn (South)                                                                     Jimtown / Marian (South)

B- Golf                   Penn                                 1st                         G-Tennis               Saint Joseph                        2nd

The NIC All-Sports Awards will be presented to Penn HS at the annual Fall Dinner of the NIC in October.

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