Penn's Coach Robertson steps down

After 36 years and 250 dual-meet victories in both indoor and outdoor meets (250-71-2), Brad Robertson has stepped down as head boys track coach at Penn High School. Though retiring from coaching duties at Penn, Robertson plans to remain teaching industrial technology at Penn.

Robertson, who has served as head coach for the last 29 years at Penn (he served 7 years as an assistant coach to Bob Wiseman), has nine Northern Indiana Conference championships, 19 sectional titles, four regional crowns and he has coached three individual state champions.

Penn is first in NIC again

For the 24th straight year, Penn High School has won the Northern Indiana Conference all-sports award.

Penn scored 342.50 out of a possible 350 points in 10 boys sports. The boys finished first or tied for first in all but cross country and track. They finished second in both of these sports.

The Kingsmen scored 298.75 out of a possible 315 in nine girls sports, finishing first in five sports and second in three.

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Letter from Penn High School Director of Athletics and Student Activities, Ben Karasiak:

Dear Kingsmen Sports Fan,

Athletically, Penn High School has established itself as a perennial power in the state of Indiana. Last year saw several of the Kingsmen teams participate at the semi-state and state final competitions. In addition to this, the Kingsmen had a record of winning more than 80 percent of all varsity contests they entered.

Concussion information for parents and student athletes

In 2012, Indiana legislators passed a law that requires student-athletes and parents to review and sign off on information related to the potential for concussions when participating in athletics. The forms below provide information on concussions. The concussion form (last document below) is required for participation in athletics at Penn High School. This same information is located in the Code of Conduct link on this website. Questions can be referred to the Penn High School Athletics &  Student Activities office at 574-258-9537.

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