On Tuesday, April 18th, the Penn boys ran for their lives, and dominated against Elkhart Central and South Bend Washington. Here are the stats.

Colton Shail, Jonathon Harley, Bailey Mott, and Hayden Hurn all ran the 3200m Relay, and won first place with a whopping gap of 26 seconds.

Drew Brady received first place in the 100m hurdler race, and Collin Mott came in a close second, winning first and second place for Penn.

Andrew Doty won second place in 100m dash for Penn.

Matthew Long received first place with an astonishing 4:48 in the mile sprint.

Andrew Doty, Hayden Hurn, Noah Gefri, and Marvin Lynn won first place for 400m Relay.

Elijah Cook ran for first place in the 400m dash.

Bailey Mott received first place in the 300m hurdle dash.

Andrew Doty won yet again for Penn in the 200m race.

Nicholas Scheel of Penn won first place for the 3200m run.

Elijah Cook, Collin Mott, Hayden Hurn, and Colton Shail all ran in the 1600m Relay and won first place.

Caden Pacquette threw Discus for Penn and won first place.

Vishal Turna participated in Shot Put and got another win for Penn.

Matthew McCown received first placeĀ in High Jump.

All in all, Penn won with 96 points. Elkhart Central received 63, and South Bend Washington received 8 points.


By Kevin McNulty

Kevin McNulty teaches English and Mass Media Studies at Penn High School. He advises the Penn News Network and manages the PNN Studio and news room. For more information, navigate your browser to www.massmediastudies.net.