Purdue Northwest men’s basketball head coach Frank Bush recently announced that his recruits for the 2018-19 season have both signed their national letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at PNW. The class includes a pair of incoming freshmen with one hailing from Indiana and the other from Ohio.
Sophomore setter Brooke Ahrens (Covington, Ind./Covington) represented the Purdue Northwest volleyball team on the 2017 All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Honorable Mention Team when the awards were announced by the conference office Saturday night.
Michigan City’s history-making football season unfortunately, came to an end last night when they lost to the Kokomo High School WildKats 21-14 at Kokomo.
If “the strength of the Wolves is in the pack,” as the Michigan City High School football team slogan says, then this year has been a true legacy of teamwork as the Wolves are setting an unprecedented season that many feel will go down as a Michigan City legend.
It was a night for history making Friday night as Michigan City took on their first ever Regional Football Championship game against Elkhart’s Concord Minutemen. Fans from both schools filled the stands, but Wolves fans came out in full force to cheer on their team, despite the travel required and time zone difference. .
Michigan City Area Schools will be running a free shuttle bus to transport fans to and from the sectional final football game at Ames Field on Friday, November 3. The bus will depart from the entrance of the former JC Penney at Marquette Mall every 10 minutes between 5:45-7:15pm. The return shuttle will depart from the corner of Arthur and Wabash Streets near the stadium, from the beginning of the 4th quarter until approximately 45 minutes after the game.
The Lake Central Girls and Valparaiso Girls Golf Teams tied for first in Conference play this season, with both teams having 4 athletes assigned to the All-DAC team. Check out the full All-DAC team and conference standings below!
The Boston 8th grade football team finished their season UNDEFEATED with seven wins and no losses with a 46 to 0 win versus Kesling under the lights at Kiwanis Field Thursday night. The “Slicer Jug,” a traveling milk jug trophy in honor of Jake West, now resides back at Boston. The Bruins scored on offense, defense, and special teams.