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      CONFIRMED HEAD COACH CHANGES IN 2018 Lafayette Central Catholic;  Don Collier Brian Nay Hired Kankakee Valley:  Zack Prairie  Derek Thompson Hired  James Broyles Hired Valparaiso:  Dave Coyle Steven Mueller Hired  Bill Marshall Promoted  Evansville North:  Brett Szabo Joey Paridaen Hired from Eastern Greene Hamilton Southeastern:  Scott May  Adam Morris Hired  Peru:  Bob Prescott Romison Saint-Louis Hired North Daviees:  Scott Helms  Trent Fine Hired Evansville Central:  Andy Owens Troy Burgess Hired River Forest: Austen Robison  Joe O'Connell Hired Shelbyville:  Pat Parks Mike Clevenger Hired from Clinton Prairie Rushville:  Scott McMurray Dan Rector Hired  Cathedral: Rick Strieff:  Bill Peebles Hired from Lawrence Central  South Spencer:  Tom Packer John Edge Hired  Bishop Dwenger:  Chris Svarczkopf  Jason Garrett Promoted  Maconaquah: Mark Hartman  Austin Colby Hired  Anderson High School:  Robert Brown Ron Quals Hired  Highland:  Trent Grinder Pete Koulianos Hired from Hanover Central  Southern Wells:  Steve Yencer Greg Mose Hired   Warsaw:  Phil Jenson  Bart Curtis Hired From Mishawaka Lawrence Central:  Bill Peebles John Rodenberg Hired  Eastern Hancock:  Jim O'hara Doug Armstrong Hired Tri-Central:  George Gilbert  Shane Arnold Promoted Franklin County:  Kirk Kennedy  Wes Gillman Hired Hobart:  Ryan Turley  Craig Osika Promoted Anderson Prep Academy Randy Albano  Michael Torgerson Hired Clarksville:  Joby Turner Justin Boser Hired  New Haven  Jim Rowland  Jimmy Linn Promoted  S.B. Clay:  Will Porter Garrett Fields Hired Mt. Vernon (Fortville) Neil Kazmierczak Mike Kirschner Hired Central Noble  Greg Moe  Trevor Tipton Promoted  Clinton Prairie:  Mike Clevenger  Raymond Jones Hired From Fountain Central Ben Davis:  Mike Kirschner Jason Simmons Hired from Noblesville  Parke Heritage :  ????    Brian Moore Hired Mishawaka Marian:  Reggie Glon  Michael Davidson Promoted Hamilton Heights:  Mitch Street  Jon Kirschner Promoted  Knightstown:  Kevin Miller Chad Montgomery Hired Richmond: Ibrahim Tawfeek Tony Lewis Hired Eastern Greene: Joey Paridaen Travis Wray Promoted  Mishawaka: Bart Curtis Keith Kinder Promoted Kokomo:  Brett Colby Richard Benberry Jr. Promoted  Hanover Central:  Pete Koulianos Brian Parker Hired  Oldenburg Academy:  Kevin Ferneding Eric Feller Hired Fountain Central: Raymond Jones  Ryan Hall Hired  Elwood:  Joe Kwisz Chuck Foga Hired Noblesville:  Jason Simmons Justin Roden Hired from East Central  Jeffersonville:  Alfonzo Browning Brian Glesing Hired from Floyd Central Wabash:  Floyd McWhirt  Adam Handley Hired Fairfield:  Bob Miller Matt Thacker Hired East Central:  Justin Roden Don Stonefield (Interim )  Munster:  Leroy Marsh  Jason Grunewald promoted Floyd Central:  Brian Glesing  James Bragg Hired Tell City:  Josh Teague Aaron Clements Hired Pike Central:  Erik Mattingly Dave Stephens Hired Crawford County:  Kevin Mills Jeremy Reynolds Hired Northwestern Steve Dibler  Patrick Rosner hired  Gary West:  Jason Johnson Collin McCullough Hired Indianapolis Washington :  ?    Steve Moorman Hired Indianapolis Attucks: ?   Ibrahim Tawfeek Hired


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  1. 2018 Indiana Football Digest

    I went to Barnes & Noble in South Bend yesterday ... I was told they do not have and she did not see it as a magazine that was coming in on her computer ... I don't know ..... as always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007
  2. What are you doing that is NEW to your team?

    New Head Coach = New Philiosophy .... brvheart63 hit it on the head .... practice length time changed. Some also move a different direction with assistant coaches .... bring in a new 'O' coordinator or new 'D' coordinator or line coach .... or all three! Some go from run between the tackles smash mouth football to 4 wide and throw 35-40 times a game.
  3. Jack Kiser Commits to Notre Dame

    Thanks for the link, Takkle ... I'll copy and past the portion of the article Jack is listed in .... Use Takkle's post to read the entire story. Thanks Again, Takkle! 11 other stars recruiting fans should know The following players caught my eye in the 2019 class. Brendan Gant, S, Lakeland (Fla.) Kathleen: What makes a great defender? Mentally, it is instincts and relentlessness. But physically, it is the ability to “play up” with great size. By that I mean, a linebacker who can play the position while being defensive end size, a corner with safety size, or in the case of Gant, the ability to play safety despite having linebacker size. The 6’2, 190-pound Alabama commitment covered well on Sunday, and he has room to grow. He is still open to taking visits. John Dunmore, WR, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna: Dunmore is just so smooth that defensive backs underestimate his speed. He gets in and out of his breaks, he makes tough catches and has excellent body control. Dunmore was open a lot more than he got the ball, too. Florida State is in a good spot with Dunmore, as he visited recently and called the Seminoles his “dream school.” Tyrique Stevenson, DB, Homestead (Fla.) South Dade: Stevenson is a phenomenal talent. He has the height at 6’0, he’s thick at 190 pounds, and he is so fast twitch. He is raw technique wise as a corner, yet shows good instincts for the position. Stevenson could be a major asset in college, capable of moving all over the field and blitzing as well. Stevenson has been to Miami a bunch of times, and will visit Southern powers this spring. I didn’t get the sense that he is close to making a decision. Isaiah Washington, WR, Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian: Washington made several tough catches for the eventual champion Rat Pak squad. He is currently rated the No. 120 receiver nationally, and the No. 126 player in Florida, which just goes to show how early it is in the rankings process. The 6’3, 190-pound Washington holds offers from Purdue and Boston College. I expect him to gain more offers and for his recruitment to change. Te’Cory Couch, CB, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna: The Tennessee cornerback commitment made play after play during the final stretch on Sunday, helping to keep his team alive. Couch is quick and instinctive. Couch is still taking visits, though he remains committed to Tennessee. Frank Ladson, WR, Homestead (Fla.) South Dade: Ladson is a skinny 6’4 with an easy top gear who can go up and get the ball with the best of them. He is not the best high school receiver in the country, but he might have the highest receiver ceiling as a prospect because of what he could become once he fills out. Clemson is in a good position with Ladson, though in-state schools like FSU and Miami will try to change that. Marcus LaFrance, S, Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas: I think the 6’2 LaFrance will eventually make his money playing safety, since he has a lot of room to fill out. Given his length,I was impressed by how well LaFrance covered playing corner on Saturday. LaFrance wants to visit Texas and Louisville. He would like an offer from Auburn and FSU. Marcus Crowley, ATH, Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian: The Miami commitment is one of the most interesting players in the class. He is listed as a running back, can also play linebacker, but he is so good catching the football, sensing open space, and beating defenders that I’d be tempted to play him at H-Back. Linebackers, even the good ones, can’t cover him. Crowley isn’t huge, nor is he a freak athlete, but he has so many good qualities of a versatile, winning football player. Jack Kiser, LB, Royal Center (In) Pioneer: Kiser plays QB in high school, but he is a solid 6’2, 200, and moved well at linebacker. He already holds offers from Iowa and Michigan State, and wants to add offers from Notre Dame and Stanford. Tamauzia Brown, ATH, Newton (Texas): Brown is listed as a cornerback on most of the recruiting sites, Brown looked nice at receiver on Sunday. He is a legit 6’1 with excellent burst and change of direction, and those skills translate at cornerback as well. He already has offers from Arkansas and Baylor, and it won’t surprise me if the bigger schools in Texas, Oklahoma, and the SEC jump in soon. Newton is a town of less than 3,000 people, so it makes sense that Brown’s offers might lag behind his talents a bit. Jarvis Brownlee Jr., CB, Miami (Fla.) Carol City: Brownlee Jr. is a physical, aggressive cornerback who is picking up steam on the recruiting trail. I think he’s intriguing at corner, where he worked Sunday, but also as a nickel safety since he will probably be 6’0, 190 in college. Toledo and FIU are his best offers to date. I believe Brownlee can play in the upper half of the Power 5.
  4. Kiser, QB, Pioneer (verbal to Notre Dame)
  5. North South All Star Game Friday @ North Central

    Did the North win 27-24 on a late field goal?
  6. If I missed it, I apologize. Where in the South Bend area can we find The 2018 Indiana Football Digest? as always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007
  7. Mishawaka to NLC

    Driven T .... you got the magic words ... scheduling strategy! Mishawaka can strategize on on the non conference games. Penn really is on an island of their own and no place to go.
  8. Mishawaka to NLC

    Why not join a conference that would be more competitive in ALL sports? Not just football.!?
  9. Mishawaka to NLC

    Mishawaka's move to the Northern Lakes Conference is good for all involved for a variety of reasons! How much longer will Penn's domination of the Northern Indiana Conference be until a move to another conference takes place. Reliable source says Bremen wants in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference. HNAC not in favor of returning to nine school's. Eight or 10 is a preferred option.
  10. Summer Rules

    CERS MENU keyboard_arrow_left FALL BOYS TENNIS keyboard_arrow_left BOYS TENNIS VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS FOOTBALL keyboard_arrow_left BOYS FOOTBALL VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY 8TH GRADE 7TH GRADE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS VOLLEYBALL VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY 8TH GRADE 7TH GRADE BOYS CROSS COUNTRY keyboard_arrow_left BOYS CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS SOCCER VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS SOCCER keyboard_arrow_left BOYS SOCCER VARSITY GIRLS GOLF keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS GOLF VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS SIDELINE CHEER keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS SIDELINE CHEER VARSITY FALL MIDDLE SCHOOL COED CROSS COUNTRY keyboard_arrow_left COED CROSS COUNTRY MIDDLE SCHOOL keyboard_arrow_left WINTER GIRLS SIDELINE CHEER keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS SIDELINE CHEER VARSITY WINTER BOYS BASKETBALL keyboard_arrow_left BOYS BASKETBALL VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY 8TH GRADE 7TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS BASKETBALL VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY 8TH GRADE 7TH GRADE BOYS WRESTLING keyboard_arrow_left BOYS WRESTLING VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY MIDDLE SCHOOL keyboard_arrow_left SPRING GIRLS TENNIS keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS TENNIS VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS BASEBALL keyboard_arrow_left BOYS BASEBALL VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS SOFTBALL keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS SOFTBALL VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS TRACK keyboard_arrow_left BOYS TRACK VARSITY MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS TRACK keyboard_arrow_left GIRLS TRACK VARSITY MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS GOLF keyboard_arrow_left BOYS GOLF VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY COED GOLF keyboard_arrow_left COED GOLF MIDDLE SCHOOL keyboard_arrow_left MORE LVH1 HNAC WEB SITE STUDENT ATHLETIC PROTECTION INSURANCE FORMS keyboard_arrow_left FORMS ATHLETIC PRE-PARTICIPATION FORMS APPLICATION FOR NON-FULL-TIME STUDENT ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION CONSENT TO TREAT PARENT FORM LANCER BOOSTERS keyboard_arrow_left LANCER BOOSTERS LBC MEMBERSHIP FORM 2018 BIG BLUE GOLF FLYER LANCERS HQ keyboard_arrow_left LANCERS HQ ATHLETIC DEPT INFO LVH1 BROADCASTING LV ATHLETIC HANDBOOK *NEW* IHSAA PHYSICAL FORM PLAYING COLLEGE SPORTS… MYLOCKER STORE keyboard_arrow_left MYLOCKER STORE LINK TO MY LOCKER LANCERS OFFICIAL SPONSOR SCHOOL NEWS · JUN 19IHSAA Moritorium Week July 2 – July 8, 2018 LAKEVILLE, IN. – The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) sets mortorium period for the Summer of 2018. Below please find the date and the guideline. IHSAA Moritorium July 2 – July 8, 2018 RULE 15‐3.4 MORATORIUM • Each member school shall observe a moratorium starting on Monday of the week which includes July 4th (July 2 – July 8, 2018). During this seven‐day period, there shall be no contact between athletes and coaches, and no athletic activities, including conditioning, conducted. Other summer information can be found below: DEFINITIONS Rule 15-3 Summer – The period which begins on Tuesday following Memorial Day (May 29, 2018) and ends on the day before Monday of Week 5 (July 29, 2018). A. Whether Summer athletic activities are sponsored by a member School or a non‐school organization, students may participate so long as participation is voluntary. B. If a member School sponsors athletic activities for its student athletes at the School during the Summer, such athletic activities may only be conducted in an Open Facility program, except for Summer athletic competitions, which may be conducted outside of an Open Facility program. C. Summer Conditioning Program may extend through Saturday of Week 4. Open Facility – Program in which the gymnasium, playing field or other school facilities are open for athletic participation on a voluntary basis, to (i) all students who attend the school, (ii) all students who attend a feeder school of the school sponsoring the program, and (iii) during the summer, all transfer student and to all incoming 9th grade students from a non‐feeder school who intend to attend the school and have confirmed such intention with the school’s principal or school administration, or have enrolled or have applied for admission and have paid a deposit. RULE 15‐3.2 CAMPS AND CLINICS • For all school‐sponsored camps and clinics, in all seasons, attendance must be terminated prior to Monday, Week 5 (July 30, 2018). • For non‐school‐sponsored camps and clinics, in Fall Sports, attendance must be terminated prior to Saturday, Week 6 (August 11, 2018). • Attendance at non‐school sponsored winter and spring sport camps and clinics may continue on or after Saturday, Week 6 (August 11, 2018). Verified Olympic development camps are exempt from this rule. RULE 15‐3.3 FOOTBALL A School, and players from the School’s football program, may participate in Football Activities (participation in any football related activities while wearing helmets or shoulder pads) under the following standards: a. Students may not participate in any Full Contact Football Activities (any intentional football activity by a player where the goal is to take One (1) or more competing players to the ground as the result of a collision) during the Summer. b. Schools may sponsor up to Twelve (12) Football Activity Days (a day when a School’s football coaching staff coaches Two (2) or more players from the School’s football team engaged in Football Activities) during the Summer. c. A School’s Football Activity Days may include up to Five (5) Football Competition Days (a day when a School’s football coaching staff takes Two (2) or more players from a School’s football team to either Practice with or compete against One (1) or more players from another School or program). The maximum time for a School’s Football Activity Day held at a member‐School facility will be Three and one‐half (3 1/2) hours of activity over a Five (5) hour period. d. A student’s football equipment during Summer Football Activities is limited to a helmet, shoes, shoulder pads, a girdle and a mouth piece. e. A student may engage in no more than One (1) session of Football Activities during a Football Activity Day and the maximum time of the session is Two (2) hours. f. Prior to the first day of Summer, a School’s football coaching staff must designate to the School’s athletic director or the principal the specific Football Activity Days and the Football Competition Days in which the football program plans to participate.
  11. HNAC 2018: Too Early Season Predictions

    Winamac and LaVille both participated in Notre Dame 7-on-7 Saturday. Not much offense for Warriors in two games I watched. LaVille, a run first type team during the season, held it's own in the passing camp and fared much better than a year ago. It'll be interesting to see how these two HNAC teams proceed with the offensive side of the ball. as always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007
  12. Football-Basketball Win Percentage

    Absolutely Fantastic! Thanks for all your hard work!! I know a stat guy, like myself, finds this kind of stuff intriguing. as always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007
  13. Where is Warren Central's Week 9 opponent?

    Just looked at the IHSAA sites and neither shows Warren Central looking for a game in Week #9 of the 2018 season. as always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007
  14. R.I.P. Dave Miller Heard him several times call Bob Lovell's show. as always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007
  15. HNAC 2018: Too Early Season Predictions

    Any HNAC teams headed to Notre Dame 7-on-7 this weekend? Last year there were over 70 teams at the event. Temps are supposed to be in the low- to middle-70s. Great day for some football at The Golden Dome! As always, the game is better from_the_sidelines007