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  1. Thoughts and prayers to David and his family, Coach Bill Sharpe, and the entire Jimtown and Laporte community's, from your friends in the New Prairie community.
  2. New Prairie will be hosting a controlled scrimmage on July 19th with Michigan City and North Judson. Would like to have one more team. Teams will be fed afterwards!! Please contact Coach Gumm if interested. bgumm@npusc.k12.in.us
  3. We all know that THOSE coaches are out there. But we have been very fortunate to have our basketball and baseball coaches encourage their players to play football. Basketball coach is my offensive pressbox coach too.
  4. Agree, I believe it will cause coaches in other sports to be not so supportive of having their athletes play other sports when they can have 2 hour practices twice a week. It will definitely hurt smaller schools. The not so talented athlete will be pulled more towards their stronger sports. And I don't know about everyone else's contracts but now to continue keeping up with other teams that are "practicing" I'm coaching how many more weeks for free? Only person that will profit from this will be divorce lawyers!!
  5. New Prairie Middle School has 2 openings for football coaches. For possible teaching positions, go to NPUSC website. Football questions contact jbolakowski@npusc.k12.in.us ( MS head coach) or ddeshone@npusc.k12.in.us (MS AD)
  6. We call that "game ready" at NP !!
  7. Not sure what you mean? It shows Jimtown with the W and on bremens page it shows an L
  8. You are correct about it being Bremen and 1995. Just for some reason 65 wins stuck in my mind.
  9. I may be wrong but if I remember right it was a 65 NSC win streak, 2004.
  10. As of right now... Week 1 - Laporte Week 2 @ Clay Week 3 Andrean Week 4- @ St. Joseph Week 5- Mishawaka Week 6- SB Adams Week 7- @ Penn Week 8- SB Riley Week 9- Elkhart Central
  11. Lol no I'm not the D.C., but some goofball poster is.
  12. Anybody looking for a defensive coordinator........ anyway schedule is being finalized and will be released shortly. But basically our schedule is Clays old schedule plus our regular non conference games week 1 and 3
  13. Brings up a very good point with Notre Dame Saturdays. I think a big factor that we are missing here is that if a school cant play on Fridays, then the IHSAA has to be advised. Usually factors that allow this is driving distance, poor field conditions, weather, and no field available. That wont be the case, Im sure a field in SB will be available somewhere. I dont see opponents agreeing to move off friday night just because SB wants to play on their new turf.
  14. I agree, I would think all SB Schools would want an even playing field, no pun intended. We just all know that this is a game changer when the fight for the top athletes in SB select a HS. Especially when one SB school is extremely struggling keeping their program alive.