Ed Byrnes
Memorial
All-Sports Award



The all-sports award was created by Prime Events and William Schoppy Inc. in 1991. It was renamed in memory of Ed Byrnes, the longtime athletic director and football coach at Holy Spirit,
after he died suddenly in February, 1996. He was president of the CAL for six years and had just won his 100th football game three months before his death.




OCEAN CITY won for the 15th time in 2016-17
The Raiders won a state championship in field hockey, South Jersey championships in girls swimming, girls basketball and golf and
conference or league championships in boys cross country, boys soccer, girls soccer, field hockey, girls swimming, girls basketball, baseball, boys lacrosse and girls lacrosse.



2016-17 OVERALL POINT LEADERS
1. Ocean City 26
2. Mainland 25
3. St. Augustine 14
4. Middle Township 13
5. Egg Harbor Township 12


OTHER 2016-17 LEADERS
Public - Ocean City
Non-Public - St. Augustine
American Conference - Ocean City
National Conference - Middle Township
Atlantic County - St. Augustine
Cape May County - Ocean City
Cumberland County - Millville
Coast Big Five - Middle Township
Boys Sports - St. Augustine
Girls Sports - Ocean City
Fall Sports - Ocean City
Winter Sports - Mainland/St. Augustine
Spring Sports - Ocean City


PREVIOUS CHAMPIONS
2015-16 Ocean City
2014-15 Ocean City
2013-14 Ocean City
2012-13 Ocean City
2011-12 Middle Township/Ocean City (tie)
2010-11 St. Augustine
2009-10 Holy Spirit
2008-09 Holy Spirit/Ocean City (tie)
2007-08 St. Augustine
2006-07 Ocean City
2005-06 Ocean City
2004-05 St. Augustine
2003-04 St. Augustine
2002-03 Mainland
2001-02 Mainland
2000-01 Ocean City/St. Augustine(tie)
99-2000 Absegami
1998-99 Ocean City
1997-98 Ocean City/Vineland(tie)
1996-97 Mainland
1995-96 Mainland
1994-95 Ocean City
1993-94 Ocean City
1992-93 Ocean City
1991-92 Mainland
1990-91 Mainland

The system used to determine a school's final score in the competition awards points for championships won - both CAL and NJSIAA - with bonuses for the number of different sports in which they were won.
Under this system, which rewards a sports program's versatility, a school that wins two championships - one each in two different sports - will get a higher score than if it won two championships in the same sport.
Points are only awarded for sports in which the CAL determines a champion.