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Kingsmen Athletics Review Feb. 22-27

Penn High’s 200 Freestyle Relay Team of Joe Radde, Aaron Dies, Joel Cummins and Connor Craig won a state championship. Their time of 1:21.29 is currently the No. 1 time in the nation this season for a high school team according to National Federation of High School records, and is the sixth fastest time in the 200 freestyle relay in U.S. high school boys swimming history.
Penn placed fifth in the state as a team, and Kingsmen head coach Jess Preston was named the state’s coach of the year.
The 200 Medley Relay Team of Aaron Dies, Connor Craig, Joe Radde and Joel Cummins placed third in the state in a school-record time, and Penn’s 400 Freestyle Relay Team of Joel Cummins, Connor Craig, Matthew Howell and Kyle Brothers placed seventh in the state.
Aaron Dies placed third in the state in the 50 Freestyle and Joel Cummins was 13th. Tomas Salas was 11th in diving, and Joe Radde was 10th in the 100 butterfly.
The Penn Boys Basketball team tuned up for the Elkhart Sectional with a 55-29 victory at Plymouth. Joe Smith led the Kingsmen with 21 points. The Kingsmen outscored Plymouth 26-9 in the second half to pull away.
Freshman wrestler Bryce Denton won a state championship at the Freshman-Sophomore state meet. Denton took first in the 120 weight class.

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