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  1. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

    Happy Thanksgiving to all and safe travels to all making the trip to Indy.
  2. Lowell vs East Central!

    Curious as to why you feel this is the best offensive line Lowell will have faced?
  3. You can watch it on broadcastsport.net
  4. New Prairie 27 lowell 13
  5. "Big" HS football players....

    New Prairie has a couple of 6-something 300 pound tackles. Kids are definitely bigger nowadays. If you remember the fridge was considered a freak when he played now it's just average.
  6. 6 4A schools for an average of 44ppg. But hey we only score against 2 and 3 A
  7. I respectfully disagree with your assement, but that's why they play the games on the field and not in forums.
  8. NP will face off with Lowell for the 2nd time on school history. The cougars scratched out at 28-27 victory in 2014. Should we expect another close one?
  9. Good luck to all teams tonight, hope for some competitive and safe games. Watching St Joe warm up and I must admit I do like their uniforms, look sharp.
  10. Thanks for your dedication to the game. What is your fondest memory of your career?
  11. NIC Teams 2nd Round Games

    It was a good game, but honestly I was impressed with the sportsmanship. Numerous times I saw a Mishawaka player helping a Np player up or fixing their pads after a play. I have no idea how far we'll make it, but I know they won't go down without a fight. I think Mishawaka was just outsized and out experienced in this game, they will be a force to be reckoned with next year.
  12. NIC Teams 2nd Round Games

    I'm sorry, I couldn't resist.
  13. New Prairie 35 Mishawaka 7 Half