Michigan City 7, La Porte 3
ST. JOHN — As Michigan City quarterback Giovani Laurent threw his fifth interception of the day to effectively dash any hopes the Wolves had of defeating Lake Central Saturday afternoon, a stunned, emotionless group of players slowly walked over to the sideline.
MERRILLVILLE — Despite facing an undefeated team with a stingy defense on the road, and having to make the hour bus trip twice in about 12 hours, La Porte stood up admirably Saturday.
La PORTE -- When Jordan and Jaiden Winters first took golf lessons eight or so years ago at Blackthorn, the long-term prospects of them continuing in the sport, let alone being any good at it, seemed about as likely as a hole in one.
Already ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 4A in the Indiana Football Coaches Association poll, New Prairie climbed to the top spot in this week's Associated Press ratings as well.
Coming off a week where La Porte scuffled to rush the ball effectively at times, the Slicers established the run and never relented in Friday's 31-14 win over Lake Central.
Coming off a week where La Porte scuffled to rush the ball effectively at times, the Slicers established the run and never relented in Friday's 31-14 win over Lake Central,
MISHAWAKA — With his team down a point and just half of the fourth quarter to go in Friday's 28-27 win over Mishawaka, New Prairie quarterback Chase Ketterer handled a snap on the Cougars' second play of the entire second half.
MICHIGAN CITY — Heading into their last game of the round-robin stage of the Michigan City Volleyball Invitational Saturday afternoon, the Wolves needed a win to have any chance of keeping their championship hopes alive.
Ever since the days when Lou Holtz ran Notre Dame's football program in the late 1980s and early '90s, the Fighting Irish have been eager to get themselves back in the conversation of the nation's elite.