Division Sportsmanship Award

The IESA will honor schools nominated by their peers to receive the Division Sportsmanship Award. This IESA Division Sportsmanship Award recognizes outstanding behavior of a member school in each of the 15 IESA divisions. Schools are nominated by their peers in each Division in May of each school year. Each winner will receive an IESA Sportsmanship banner to hang in their school gym.

Criteria for the award: A school must be involved in at least 5 IESA activities, have no ejections or reports of unsportsmanlike conduct for the entire school in any activity (players, coaches, and/or fans) reported to the IESA office, and the school and community must exemplify all around good behavior indicative of good citizens and good sports. Ejection reports and reports of unsportsmanlike conduct submitted to the IESA office will only be accepted from a school administrator or an official working the contest being reported.

Division Sportsmanship Award
Division School
A Algonquin Heineman
B Rockford Flinn
C Sugar Grove Kaneland Harter
D Mokena
D Morris Saratoga
D New Lenox Martino
D Channahon
D Frankfort Hickory Creek
E Wenona Fieldcrest
F Glasford Illini Bluffs
F Peoria Academy
F Peoria Heights GS
G Bourbonnais St. George
G Kankakee JHS
H Eureka
I Mt. Pulaski
J Hamilton
K Danville Oakwood
L Paris Mayo
L Marshall JHS
M Springfield Christian
N Louisville North Clay
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