Summary: Michigan City couldn't overcome big plays on defense, yielding touchdown passes of 34, 53 and 55 yards and a running score of 85 yards, and fell short in its season finale, 28-21, at Crown Point on Friday. "Unbelievable," Michigan City coach Phil Mason said. "I thought we played well except for a few instances on both sides of the ball. You look at their plays, the way they made plays, we just came up on the short end on the big plays."
Turning point: Crown Point's Will Pettit hit Tysen Kazy in stride over the middle and Kazy broke a tackle on his way to a 53-yard scoring reception late in the fourth quarter. The ensuing Wolves drive was ended by a Treston Logan interception.