Get ready for the 2016-17 Courier-Journal Sports Awards

Get ready for the 2016-17 Courier-Journal Sports Awards

News

Get ready for the 2016-17 Courier-Journal Sports Awards

News and updates about this summer's event presented by Norton Sports Health

By

News and updates about this summer's event presented by Norton Sports Health

Peyton Manning was in Louisville for the Kentuckiana Sports Awards show. After the hardware was handed out, each local high-school athlete met two-time Superbowl champion quarterback, Peyton Manning. Here are their reactions.

louisville-sa-logo-rgbThe 2016-17 high school sports seasons are underway, which means it’s time to get excited about The Courier-Journal Sports Awards presented by Norton Sports Health.

In June, The Courier-Journal hosted more than 1,800 people to honor the best high school athletes in Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana, and NFL great Peyton Manning was on hand to share some advice – and to meet the winners.

We’ll have some exciting announcements about the 2017 awards ceremony coming soon, but you can already get started earning yourself and a guest an invitation to next summer’s event via The Courier-Journal Athlete of the Week Awards presented by Norton Sports Health.

Each Tuesday beginning Aug. 23, four new nominees for both Metro Louisville and Southern Indiana will be posted on our website, and fans can vote through Sunday evening to determine the winners. For more on how to nominate an athlete and how to vote for the awards, visit our Athlete of the Week FAQ here.

And for in-depth high school sports coverage throughout the year, be sure to follow Kentucky high school sports writer Jason Frakes (@kyhighs) and Indiana high school sports write Kyle Williams (@kwill_cj) on Twitter.

Latest

More USA TODAY High School Sports
Home
https://usatodayhss.com/2016/get-ready-for-the-2016-17-courier-journal-kentuckiana-sports-awards
Get ready for the 2016-17 Courier-Journal Sports Awards
I found this story on USA TODAY High School Sports and wanted to share it with you: %link% For more high school stories, stats and videos, visit http://usatodayhss.com.