The Penn Baseball team capped a terrific season with a 3-2 win over Terre Haute North in the 4A State Championship game on Saturday, June 20. The win was celebrated by a jubilant team and hundreds of fans at Victory Field in Indianapolis under the lights. While not a nail-biter, the match-up was not a walk in the ball park either. Penn took and held an early lead but Terre Haute fought back, bringing it within one run in the fifth inning. Penn pitcher Skylar Szynski brought renewed focus to his game and he and the Kingsmen settled it in six innings.
On Thursday, June 18, Penn High School hosted a public visitation on behalf of the family of Nick and Jack Savage to accommodate the large outpouring from the community. The brothers died tragically overnight on Sunday, June 14 after attending graduation parties of what St.
Penn High School will host a public visitation for the family of Nick and Jack Savage on Thursday, June 18, 3:00-8:00 p.m. in the Main Arena. This will have some impact on summer programs and camps scheduled at the High School around this timeframe. Please see details below.
Learn-to-Swim program (Reschduling)
The P-H-M family suffered a great loss this weekend when two brothers, Nick and Jack Savage, tragically lost their lives. Nick Savage is a 2014 Penn graduate receiving his diploma just last year and Jack graduated this past May.
Many in our community are struggling to accept that news and manage the feelings of shock, grief and sorrow associated with their deaths.