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Penn HIgh School-NWCA High School Girls Wrestling Assistant Coaching Staff of the Year

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As NWCA rep for Indiana, it is my great pleasure to announce that Penn HIgh School has been honored with the award for 2020 NWCA Girls High School Wrestling Assistant Coaching Staff of the Year. The Penn High School Staff has been instrumental in building the Kingsmen program into a powerhouse. The Kingsmen have won all four IHSGWA State Championships. The staff, Amy HIldebrandt, Matt Selis, Jon Reppert, Kaitlin Dickman, Kristen Hills and Mariah Eberhart were named the NWCA Indiana Staff of the Year and then were named the Region 4 Staff of the Year before being selected as National Staff of the Year. This is a tremendous honor for the Kingsmen, the Mishawaka community and the Indiana wrestling family. Their success has helped advance the effort to win sanctioning for girls wrestling. Kingsmen head coach Brad Harper has assembled an amazing staff for Penn's women's program. This award also serves as a recognition of his commitment to providing wrestling opportunities for the girls of Penn High School.


Coach Harper's efforts have not gone unnoticed. He was named the 2020 NWCA Indiana Girls Wrestling Head Coach of the Year. Coach Harper was also named the Region Head Coach of the Year. He finished as national runner-up to Mike Simons of Thurston High School in Oregon as National Coach of the Year. Indiana Wrestling is proud of the Coach Harper, his coaching staff and the Kingsmen Girls Wrestling Team. 


Wrestlers Lead!



Edited by davecloud
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