The student-athletes that represented Triton were: Jenna Bules, Addyson Viers, Kate Howell, Nadia Stetler, Sierra Hawley, Cole Shively, Tucker Worsham, Caden Large, Dante’ Workman, and Vincent Prater.
WINONA LAKE, Ind. - For the first time ever, Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Hoosier North Athletic Conference (HNAC) for a Sportsmanship Summit on Wednesday.
Multiple student-athletes from each HNAC school attended the conference, which was designed to educate student-athletes about sportsmanship and character training in athletics. "We are pleased to be a part of building character at the high-school level through the Sportsmanship Summit," Briscoe said.
"We hope it served as a great opportunity to educate and reinforce character education and to help promote the importance of sportsmanship for each student-athlete."
Students from the HNAC high schools spent the day together working in groups to discuss and challenge one another in sportsmanship and character-building opportunities in the athletic realm. The students worked in team-initiative opportunities to build camaraderie among the schools in the conference.
The Sportsmanship Summit featured sessions from Roger Grossman, Kye Barrett and Briscoe. Student-athletes also took turns sitting on a panel and answering questions in a peer-to-peer teaching environment.
Grace has hosted several Sportsmanship Summits in recent years, but this was the first edition for the HNAC schools.