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  1. I believe it was Chuck Freeby that I saw suggesting Central D line start practicing their "swim moves"
  2. Warsaw Coach Phil Jensen Retires

    I'm happy with their hire, we will become a better conference from top to bottom with a competitive Warsaw program.
  3. Gary (Garrett) Fields was a running backs coach at South Bend Adams, served as the interim head coach for Clay 2 years ago, and is the School Resource Officer at Clay as well....He's also the 5th head coach in 5 years at Clay.
  4. @46Sports 41s41 seconds ago Garrett Fields has been named the interim coach for @sbclaycolonials football and is expected to coach the team for the 2018 season
  5. Abby Wahl

    Northridge HS (Middlebury Indiana) Junior - Morgan Litwiller will be joining Abby Wahl at Eastern Illinois after she graduates high school next year. She is on track to compete for Northridge's all time scoring record next year (Senior Brooke McKinley is our current leader). Morgan averaged just under 18 points a game this year (446 points I believe) and should be even higher for her senior year with the departure of McKinley. Morgan led the Northern Lakes Conference and Elkhart County in scoring this year. EIU will have some really good Hoosiers on their team and I look forward to following them at the next level.
  6. Mount Vernon 3A sectional

    Wow! didn't expect to see that one. Up North here in 4A Ft. Wayne South beating defending Champ Homestead was our 1st round shocker (although South Side is an excellent team).
  7. Content Removed by provider

    I concur, I was excited when my 3 year old told me he'd been watching ducktales at mammas house, but then when he showed me, it was a huge letdown
  8. 2017 Indiana Hoosiers Mens Basketball

    My 10 year old and I will be surrounded in a sea of green, but that's just fine with me. I really like the direction this Hoosiers team is going, especially in light of the huge loss of Davis.
  9. Marian Football rumors

    the spelling/grammar in the article were enough for me to not take him seriously
  10. NLC 2017 - Girls Basketball

    Big NLC matchup tomorrow night between Northridge and Northwood. Both teams are 4-0 in the NLC currently, so whoever wins should be favored to win the conference. I like the Raiders odds tomorrow night, this years team is really starting to mesh at the right time of the year. With only a couple of seniors on the teamit took a little longer than I'd hoped, but teams are really having a hard time with the two stars on the team.
  11. Right! I said it in gest (to hopefully stir some banter), especially with the uproar about the new casino scheduled to open on Tuesday. More likely corporate sponsors would be someone like Beacon or SBO. Maybe that former Clay QB that just got a new gig can throw some of his $100 mil into the mix. School Field improvements moving ahead Upgrades may be funded by public contributions SOUTH BEND — The South Bend schools will move ahead with design plans for improvements at School Field that could include Field Turf, new lighting and public address systems, modernized concessions and other upgrades. The improvements, expected to cost about $1.5 million, would be paid for primarily through a public fundraising drive, said Mike Szymanski, director of capital projects for the South Bend Community School Corp. The school corporation also would look into whether some grants might be available to help with the project. It's possible some improvements could occur by next football season. "My goal is to get (artificial) turf on that field by next fall," Szymanski said. With a 7-0 vote, the South Bend school board on Thursday night approved paying Alliance Architects of South Bend $112,200 for architectural services. Under the contract, the architecture firm will document the current condition of School Field and recommend necessary improvements, as well as prepare documents for bidding and serve as construction administrator. The design work will precede the fundraising drive. Two members of the public spoke in favor of the project at the meeting, and no one raised any concerns about it.
  12. maybe the Pokagon band will hop on this one like they did the cove
  13. Per the SB Tribune Article found here SOUTH BEND — South Bend Community School Corp. tonight could consider a $1.5 million upgrade to School Field that would include the installation of Field Turf as its playing surface. As part of the improvement plan, each of the South Bend Community School Corp. high school football programs would be invited to use the stadium as its home field, according to corporation Athletic Director Seabe Gavin. “It would bring the entire corporation together, bring the entire community together,” Gavin said. “Money is always going to be an obstacle, but let’s use our resources to find a way around those obstacles.” The stadium dates as far back as the 1930s and sits just north of the St. Joseph River along Eddy Street. It is home field to the Adams and Washington high school football teams. Clay currently plays its home games at Clay Intermediate Center and Riley plays its home games at Jackson Intermediate Center. “Every high school in the corporation would be invited to play there,” Gavin said of an upgraded School Field. “We’d put a giant SB at midfield.” The cost of replacing the natural grass surface with artificial Field Turf is estimated at $900,000. The plan does not include replacing the turf of the adjacent soccer field. The corporation also plans to make improvements to School Field’s stadium lighting ($350,000) and substructure ($100,000). According to an attachment to Thursday’s school board agenda, the design and construction costs are being kept separate until funding for the project is identified. The board is set to consider hiring architects and engineers for a variety of summer projects that includes the School Field work, according to district spokeswoman Sue Coney. But is is unclear where the money will come from to pay for the School Field work, she said. If approved, South Bend schools would join a handful of other corporations to make the switch to Field Turf in recent years. Two area schools play on Field Turf. Father Bly Field opened in conjunction with the new private South Bend St. Joseph High School in 2012. Prior to that, St. Joe played many of its home games at School Field. Penn moved from natural grass in 2010 at a cost of $700,000. Of that, $250,000 was raised via private money. The project took just over three months from start to finish. “It was one of the best decisions for our athletic programs, to be able to play regardless of weather,” said former Penn athletic director Ben Karasiak. “It was something our entire community could use. It was something our physical education classes could use. “It worked out well for everything that we wanted to do. It was big.” At School City of Mishawaka, it was a different story. Coming off a runner-up finish in the 2012 Class 4-A state football championship, School City of Mishawaka officials pondered replacing the grass surface of historic Steele Stadium with Field Turf. Cost of the entire project — which also included a new running track and lighting — was $2.2 million. The Field Turf plan eventually fizzled because of financial concerns. School City instead replaced one natural grass surface at Steele Stadium with another in 2017. It held up well enough for the Mishawaka Football League to have its championships played in the stadium last fall. Gavin said that usage is a concern at School Field. In 2017, there were a combined 13 varsity football games at School Field, where Adams and Washington also play its freshman and junior varsity games. “We get a lot of use out of it,” Gavin said. “But by October and November, that field is pretty well trucked up.” He believes that Field Turf at School Field would help teams of South Bend schools be more competitive with perennial state football powers. “If we can have the top-ranked team in the state in boys’ basketball (Riley is currently No. 1 in Class 4-A), why not in football?” Gavin wondered. “You never know what could happen (if) we provide the best possible resources for our kids to succeed.”
  14. NLC 2017/18

    excited for the matchup in Middlebury tonight between Northridge and Warsaw. Should tell us a lot more about both teams. Go Raiders!