Lena-Winslow High School
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|Lena-Winslow High School|
|516 Freemont Street
Lena, Illinois 61048
|School type||Public Secondary|
|School district||Lena-Winslow Community Unit School District No. 202|
|Superintendent||Dr. Tom Chiles|
|Fight song||Wave the Flag|
|Athletics conference||NUIC (Northwest Division)|
Lena-Winslow High School Dedicated December 7, 1958, Lena-Winslow High School, affectionately known as "Le-Win", is located in the town of Lena, Illinois. Part of the Lena-Winslow Community Unit School District, Le-Win became the second largest school district in Stephenson County, when, in 1949, the State of Illinois mandated that larger school districts be created. Only the district of Freeport is larger.
Lena-Winslow Community Unit No. 202 includes students from the villages of Lena, Winslow, McConnell, Eleroy and Waddams Grove. Because only Lena and Winslow had High Schools, their names were both given to the new union. Originally the high school was provided with students from 21 rural elementary schools including McConnell, Eleroy, and Waddams Grove, as well as the elementary schools in Lena and Winslow. Currently, all students within the CUSD attend Lena-Winslow Elementary and Jr. High prior to attending the high school.
Wave the Flag (For Le-Win High School) is the fight song for Lena-Winslow's athletic teams, adapted from the University of Chicago Maroons. The tune was adapted by the University of Chicago from Miami University's "Marching Song" written in 1908 by Raymond H. Burke, a University of Chicago graduate who joined Miami's faculty in 1906.
- Wave the flag of Le-Win High School,
- Black and gold so grand.
- Ever shall our team be victors
- Known throughout the land.
- You, Rah, Rah
- We will always be there fighting,
- Without a fear we'll stand.
- Wave those grand and dear old colors,
- Black and gold for Le-Win High.
The Panthers compete in the Northwest Upstate Illini Conference. They participate in several IHSA sponsored athletics and activities, including; football, cross country, girls volleyball, boys & girls basketball, wrestling, boys & girls golf, boys & girls track & field, baseball, softball, speech, and music.
The following teams finished in the top four of their respective IHSA sponsored state championship tournaments:
- Baseball: 4th place (2011-2012)
- Basketball (boys): 4th place (1983–84)
- Football: 1A Semi-Finalist (2009–10), 1A State Champions (2010–11), 1A State Champions (2013–14)
- Track & Field (boys): 2nd place (1992-1993)
- Volleyball (girls): 4th place (2002–03)
- Wrestling: 2nd place (2011-2012)
The following athletes finished the season as state champion:
|Andy McPeek||Wrestling||189 lbs||Boys||1992-93||A|
|Track & Field||4x100m Relay||Boys||1992-93||A|
|Track & Field||4x400m Relay||Girls||1997-98||A|
|Carl Bonvillain||Wrestling||167 lbs||Boys||2006-07||A|
|Trey Griffin||Wrestling||167 lbs||Boys||2009-10||1A|
|Trey Griffin||Wrestling||189 lbs||Boys||2010-11||1A|
|Quincy Kalkbrenner||Wrestling||145 lbs||Boys||2012-13||1A|
|Logan Staver||Wrestling||182 lbs||Boys||2012-13||1A|
|Ty Harmston||Wrestling||195 lbs||Boys||2012-13||1A|
|Quincy Kalkbrenner||Wrestling||160 lbs||Boys||2013-14||1A|
|Ty Harmston||Wrestling||220 lbs||Boys||2013-14||1A|
- IHSA Enrollments
- IHSA Baseball Records
- IHSA Boys Basketball Records
- IHSA Boys Cross Country Records
- IHSA Football Records
- IHSA Boys Golf Records
- IHSA Boys Track & Field Records
- IHSA Girls Basketball Records
- IHSA Girls Cross Country Records
- IHSA Girls Golf Records
- IHSA Girls Soccer Records
- IHSA Softball Records
- IHSA Girls Track & Field Records
- IHSA Girls Volleyball Records
- IHSA Music Sweepstakes Records
- IHSA Public Speaking Records
- IHSA Wrestling Records
- "IHSA Season Summaries". Illinois High School Association (IHSA). 6 April 2011. Retrieved 6 April 2011.