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  1. Friday, Aug. 24 Goshen at Central, 7 pm Glenn at Marian ©, 7 pm Lowell (Mich.) at Adams, 7 pm New Prairie at Clay, 7 pm Northridge at St. Joseph, 7 pm Penn at Merrillville, 7:30 pm Riley at Bremen ©, 7 pm Washington at Jimtown ©, 7 pm Valparaiso at Mishawaka, 7:30 pm So here is this week's schedule in the NIC. Any thoughts on the game this week?
  2. NIC Week 1

    Game day - has been pretty quiet from the following of the NIC
  3. NIC Week 1

    Isin't Powlus a taller, heavier kid than Lynch? Maybe a better passer instead of a runner. Just wondering after seeing him on the Penn sidelines last year.
  4. NIC Week 1

    Remember when Jones was at Washington he would try 60 yd. field goals instead of punting. No confidence in the punting game or no work put into it. Not sure which
  5. NIC 2018

    What are they going to do with volleyball that normally starts at 6? This whole thing rammed through at the last minute did not take into consideration anything but lack of bus drivers
  6. Mishawaka to NLC

    Wonder if Mishawaka will keep playing city rival Marian in football?
  7. Hammond Bishop Noll

    I believe the diocese decided to leave Andrean where it is and do fund raising to improve facilities. It is very hard to raise $40 million or more for a new high school. We tried it in SB and there is still a $2.5 million dollar loan to pay off.
  8. Who knows if the ND Baseball Coach will be around in 2 years. He has not set the program on fire since he got to SB. People around ND keep wondering how much longer will he be there?
  9. The Principal's and the AD's control the future of the NIC. With money being an issue looking at travel and schools that draw fans is a consideration. So, the next few years should be very interesting for sure. No clear vision and no sense of anything changing. I suppose the 1st time Penn would approach the NIC with going independent in football would be the 1st sign of a change. Did Elkhart pick the NIC to stay in? Did the NLC reject them staying there? Just wondering.
  10. if East Noble would be deemed to far east you could replace with Culver Academy in football only both Penn and Elkhart would have to play many out of area teams I wonder how Elkhart would do in attracting teams to an independent schedule?
  11. I would hope the AD's and Principal's would allow that to happen. For years people have bemoaned the football domination of Penn. With Mishawaka leaving and if Penn goes independent that would open up the NIC big time. The unknown is how the football program at Elkhart be once they combine. Will the same situation arise if they start to dominate the football scene. I just wonder if there are enough schools with open dates and willing to play Penn out there. They could end up play many parochial powers yearly. Also, the added cost of travel could be a factor as well. Interesting that they are considering this move though. Let's see how it all plays out.
  12. SO, with Mishawaka joining the NLC in a couple of years...the possibility in 3 years or less SB could be down to 3 high schools...the chat on here of Penn going independent in football...comments the New Prairie may not be happy in the NIC...Bremen possibly looking for a conference more in tune with their size...and there may be other ideas................. What do you think the NIC may or could do? Your thoughts on what it might look like in 2020? Will it continue to exist? This is just thoughts and speculation post - see what others are thinking.
  13. Mishawaka to NLC

    Time difference and travel - do not see any NIC teams going that route especially for other sports than the major ones
  14. Mishawaka to NLC

    Back then very well. It was a natural rivalry. But today Freed Field is not packed for home games like it used to be. Penn parents will travel but vene last year at the semi-state based on what TV showed for a game like that they did not travel as well as I thought they would.
  15. Mishawaka to NLC

    In football right now they only play Adams