Plains Edges Williamsville In Closest Brahler Cup Race Ever To Win $1,000


Final Area Brahler Cup Standings For 2015-16
 

Pleasant Plains held off a huge spring surge from Williamsville to deny the Bullets back-to-back Brahler Cups. It's the third Brahler Cup title for the Cardinals in the last four years. Williamsville collected conference championships in baseball, softball and soccer and all three of those sports collected post season points. Williamsville track standouts Connor Icenogle and Cheyenne Michael earned additional points for their individual state performances to give the Bullets 44 total points for the 2015-16 season. 

But the Pleasant Plains track teams saved the day, collecting all 20 of the Cardinals spring sports points. Both the boys and girls track teams won Sangamo titles and sectional crowns and in doing so, they send the Brahler cup back to Pleasant Plains. For winning, Pleasant Plains receives a $1,000 donation to their athletic department courtesy of Brahler Tire, Auto & Lube Centers. 

For a full breakdown of the Brahler Cup point system click HERE. To see the point totals from the fall sports season CLICK HERETo see the point totals from the winter sports season CLICK HERE

The following are the final standings at the conclusion of the 2015-16 sports season.

1) Pleasant Plains – 47 Points (20 Spring Points)

Boys Basketball — Sangamo Champions (4), Sectional Champions (4)
Boys Cross Country – Sangamo Champions (4), Regional Champions (4)
Football – 1st Round of Playoffs (1)
Boys Golf – Sangamo Champions (4), Regional Champions (4)
Boys Soccer – Regional Championship (2)
Boys Track – Sangamo Champions (4), Sectional Champions (6)
Girls Track – Sangamo Champions (4), Sectional Champions (6)

 
2) Williamsville – 44 Points (27 Spring Points)

Boys Basketball — Regional Champions (2)
Girls Basketball — Sangamo Champions (4)
Football – 1st Round of Playoffs (1)
Boys Soccer – Regional Championship (2)
Volleyball – Sangamo Champions (4), Sectional Champions (4)
Softball – Sangamo Champions (4), Regional Champions (2)
Baseball – Sangamo Champions (4), Regional Champions (2)
Soccer – Sangamo Champions (4), Supersectional Champions (6)
100 Meter Dash State Champion – Connor Icenogle (3)
200 Meter Dash State Top 3 – Connor Icenogle (1)
Triple Jump StateTop 3 – Cheyenne Michael (1)

3) New Berlin – 22 Points (21 Spring Points)

Football – 1st Round of Playoffs (1)
Boys Track – State Championship (10)
Boys 4×100 Meter Relay State Champion (3)
Boys 4×200 Meter Relay State Champion (3)
400 Meter Dash State Champion – Kahlil Wassell (3)
100 Meter Dash State Top 3 – Kahlil Wassell (1)
200 Meter Dash State Top 3 – Kahlil Wassell (1)

4) Pawnee – 16 Points (4 Spring Points)

Boys Basketball — MSM Champions (4), Regional Champions (2)
Football – Prairie State Champions (4), 2nd Round of Playoffs (2)
Boys Track – MSM Conference Champions (4)
 
5) Auburn – 14 Points (2 Spring Points)

Wrestling — Sectional Champions (4)
Football – State Runner Up (8)
Baseball – Regional Champions (2)

T6) Lincolnwood – 10 Points

Girls Golf – MSM Champions (4)
Volleyball – MSM Champions (4), Regional Champions (2)

T6) Tri-City – 10 Points (10 Spring Points)

Baseball – MSM Champions (4)
Softball – MSM Champions (4), Regional Champions (2)

8) Lutheran – 7 Points (5 Spring Points)

Volleyball – Regional Champions (2)
Girls Track – MSM Conference Champions (4)
4×800 Meter Relay State Top 3 (1)

T9) Athens – 6 Points

Boys Basketball — Regional Champions (2)
Football – Make Quarterfinals (4)
 
T9) North Mac – 6 Points

Football – Sangamo Champions (4), 2nd Round of Playoffs (2)

 T9) PORTA – 6 Points (1 Spring Point)

Wrestling — Individual Top 3 State Finish: Trey Hild 2nd Place (1)
Girls Cross Country – Sangamo Champions (4)
1600 Meter Run State Top 3 – Maria Brauer (1)

 T12) Mt. Pulaski – 4 Points

Volleyball – Sectional Champions (4)
 
T12) South County – 4 Points

Boys Golf – MSM Champions (4)