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Sports fans can see some of Indiana’s best high school athletes compete in events at Penn High School.

 

Penn has won state championships in 21 team sports. The Kingsmen compete in the Northern Indiana Conference, and also schedule a highly competitive non-conference slate. 

 

Tickets and All-Sports Passes for Penn High School athletic events are on sale in the Athletic Department Office, 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or they can be purchased online by clicking the link below.

Penn High School Athletics teams continued to stand tall on the Indiana High School Athletic Association landscape, as the Kingsmen combined for an 82.7 percent winning percentage (554-106-10) in 19 sports during the 2017-18 school year.

 

A total of 1,100 students competed in the Penn Athletics program.

 

In addition to winning in the arena of competition, Kingsmen student-athletes also excelled in the classroom, combining for a cumulative Grade-Point Average of 3.54 (on a scale of 4.0).

 

Girls Soccer, coached by Jeff Hart, highlighted an exceptional 2017-18 showing by Kingsmen teams with a second straight state championship and a national championship title.

 

Football, coached by Cory Yeoman, competed in the State Championship Game for the 12th time in program history, and finished as state runner-up.

 

Two Penn student-athletes earned IHSAA’s top honors during the 2017-18 school year.  Kristina Lynch earned the prestigious IHSAA Mental Attitude Award for Girls Soccer, and Erin Ludwig, also Girls Soccer, was one of 13 student-athletes state wide named as a CATO Scholarship award winner for excellence in academics, sportsmanship, community involvement and citizenship.

 

Penn also dominated in the Northern Indiana Conference (NIC), accomplishing a combined 92.6 winning percentage (274-22).

 

Additional highlights for the 2017-18 school year include:

 

  • Penn teams earned 16 sectional championships in 19 IHSAA Championship Tournaments.
  • The Kingsmen hoisted a Regional Championship trophy in 9 sports.
  • Penn won 2 Semi-State Championships.
  • Penn teams combined to win 15 of 19 NIC Championships.
  • Penn was the only school in the state to win a Sectional Championship in every Fall sport.
  • Penn was the only school in the state to win a Sectional Championship in every Spring sport.