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(LAPORTE COUNTY, IN) - The high school football season is in full swing in LaPorte County. The Michigan City Wolves and New Prairie Cougars remain a perfect 2-0, while the LaPorte Slicers are 1-1. The South Central Satellites are 0-2. 

 

The following stats come from MaxPreps.com or the individual high school coaches. 

 

OFFENSE

PASSING YARDS

  1. JR RJ Anglin (LaPorte): 329 yards
  2. SO Marshall Kmiecik (New Prairie): 193 yards
  3. SO Zack Hanchar (South Central): 146 yards
  4. SR Giovani Laurent (Michigan City): 118 yards

 

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

  1. JR RJ Anglin (LaPorte): 3 TDs
  2. SO Zack Hanchar (South Central): 1 TD
  3. SR Giovani Laurent (Michigan City): 1 TD

 

QB INTERCEPTIONS

  1. SO Zack Hanchar (South Central): 2 INTs
  2. JR RJ Anglin (LaPorte): 1 INT

 

RUSHING YARDS

  1. JR Noah Mungia (New Prairie): 553 yards
  2. SR Tony Guevara (South Central): 244 yards
  3. SR Collin Bergquist (LaPorte): 232 yards
  4. SO Brock Sinka (New Prairie): 176 yards
  5. SO Jaden Hart (Michigan City): 148 yards

 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

  1. JR Noah Mungia (New Prairie): 10 TDs
  2. SO Jaden Hart (Michigan City): 6 TDs
  3. SR Giovani Laurent (Michigan City): 3 TDs
  4. SR Racion Anderson (Michigan City): 2 TDs
  5. SR Collin Bergquist (LaPorte): 2 TDs
  6. SR Tony Guevara (South Central): 2 TDs
  7. SO Brock Sinka (New Prairie): 2 TDs

 

RECEIVING YARDS

  1. SR Trey Simmons (Michigan City): 127 yards
  2. SR Jayden Parkes (LaPorte): 100 yards
  3. JR Antonio Christensen (LaPorte): 92 yards
  4. SR Jacob Oehmen (South Central): 89 yards
  5. SR Hayden Clark (New Prairie): 68 yards

 

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

  1. SR Racion Anderson (Michigan City): 1 TD
  2. Parkes, Christensen, and Ott-Large (LaPorte): 1 TD
  3. SR Jacob Oehmen (South Central): 1 TD

 

DEFENSE

TOTAL TACKLES (20+)

  1. SR Gavin Zolvinski (LaPorte): 27 tackles
  2. SR Jacob Oehmen (South Central): 26 tackles
  3. SR Andrew Hanchar (South Central): 21 tackles
  4. SR Nicholas Shuble (LaPorte): 21 tackles

 

TACKLES FOR LOSS (2+)

  1. SR Jacob Meyers (New Prairie): 4 TFL
  2. JR Brady Burnett (New Prairie): 2 TFL
  3. SR Hayden Dwornik (Michigan City): 2 TFL
  4. SR Chase Lewis (LaPorte): 2 TFL
  5. JR Jacob Mrozinski (New Prairie): 2 TFL
  6. JR Tayvion Ortman (New Prairie): 2 TFL

 

SACKS (2+)

  1. SR Hayden Lowe (LaPorte): 2 sacks

 

INTERCEPTIONS

  1. JR Evan Back (LaPorte): 1 INT
  2. SR Ben Fronk (New Prairie): 1 INT

HTNN's Thursday Football Preview (8/27)

(LAPORTE, IN) -- All four LaPorte County high school football teams will see action on Friday, August 27th. The week's game is the 5A #15 Michigan City Wolves hosting the 6A #13 Warsaw Tigers. 

 

(1-0) 6A #13 Warsaw vs. (1-0) 5A #15 Michigan City // 7:30 PM
PREVIEW: This is a game of powerful offenses. Michigan City started their season with a big win against South Bend Riley 62-0. Super sophomore Jaden Hart had 124 offensive yards (80 rushing yards, 44 receiving yards, and 3 TDs.) Hart has offers to play at Purdue, Iowa State, Minnesota, and Syracuse. The Wolves had a 55-0 halftime lead, giving their starters plenty of time to rest for this week's game against Warsaw. Last Friday, the Warsaw Tigers defeated Dublin Coffman (Dublin, OH) by 48-26. Former New Prairie coach Bart Curtis coaches warsaw. Warsaw runningback German Flores Ortega had 20 carries for 258 yards and two touchdowns at the B-back position. Warsaw runningback Julius Jones ran for 166 yards, while quarterback Tucker Curtis added 162 yards in Curtis' powerful flexbone offense. 

 

(1-0) Twin Lakes vs (1-0) 4A #9 New Prairie // 7:30 PM
PREVIEW: The Cougars host the Twin Lakes Indians, who defeated Kokomo's Northwestern High School by 38-12. Leading the Cougars is running back Noah Mungia, who is coming off an extraordinary 324-yard rushing game in the Cougars' win against LaPorte. In addition, senior DE/DT Jacob Meyers had an impressive 10 total tackles and 3 tackles for loss on defense. For the Indians, junior quarterback Jaden Franceschina threw for 201 yards and four touchdowns. Senior receivers Blayze Woods and Ty Gillum caught 178 of those yards and three of the four touchdowns. 
 

(0-1) LaPorte vs (0-1) Penn // 7:30 PM
PREVIEW: Both the Slicers and Kingsmen had disappointing losses last Friday, with the Slicers losing to cross-county rival the New Prairie Cougars and the Kingsmen lost to #4 Valparaiso. Penn lost by a score of 35-7. But, all was not lost for the Slicers as sophomore quarterback RJ Anglin threw for 272 yards (52% completion) and three touchdowns, with one interception. Jayden Parkes and Antonio Christensen had 94 yards and 85 yards receiving, respectively. The Kingsmen had just 40 plays for 204 yards against Valpo, led by senior running back Zachary Lane. Lane finished with 111 rushing yards on 14 carries. 

 

(0-1) Culver Community vs. (0-1) South Central // 7:30 PM 
NOTE: The South Central-Culver football game has been canceled due to COVID-19 problems.

PREVIEW: The Satellites lost a close game against the Triton Trojans, 16-18. Culver Community, on the other hand, lost convincingly to North Judson-San Pierre, 0-19. Senior running back Tony Guevara carried the ball 15 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns for the Satellites. Guevara added 8 total tackles and one tackle for loss on defense. 

 

STAT LEADERS

Michigan City Wolves have not published their stats, nor did they respond when contacted. 

 

TOP-5 OFFENSE

Passing Yards

  1. RJ Anglin (LaPorte): 272 yards
  2. Zack Hancher (South Central): 61 yards
  3. Marshall Kmiecik (New Prairie): 27 yards

Passing Touchdowns

  1. RJ Anglin (LaPorte): 3 TDs

Interceptions

  1. RJ Anglin (LaPorte): 1 INT
  2. Zack Hancher (South Central): 1 INT

Rushing Yards

  1. Noah Mungia (New Prairie): 324 yards
  2. Tony Guevara (South Central): 140 yards
  3. Brock Sinka (New Prairie): 69 yards
  4. Marshall Kmiecik (New Prairie): 45 yards

Rushing Touchdowns

  1. Noah Mungia (New Prairie): 5 TDs
  2. Tony Guevara (South Central): 2 TDs

Receiving Yards

  1. Jayden Parkes (LaPorte): 94 yards
  2. Antonio Christensen (LaPorte): 85 yards
  3. Evan Cizewski (LaPorte): 62 yards
  4. Dallas Ryans (New Prairie): 27 yards
  5. Grant Ott-Large (LaPorte): 21 yards

Receiving Touchdowns

  1. Antonio Christensen (LaPorte): 1 TD
  2. Jayden Parkes (LaPorte): 1 TD
  3. Grant Ott-Large (LaPorte): 1 TD

 

TOP-5 DEFENSE

Total Tackles

  1. Jacob Oehmen (South Central): 16 tackles
  2. Nicholas Shuble (LaPorte): 16 tackles
  3. Andrew Huizar (South Central): 13 tackles
  4. Gavin Zolvinski (LaPorte): 12 tackles
  5. Jacob Meyers (New Prairie): 10 tackles

Tackles for Loss

  1. Jacob Meyers (New Prairie): 3 TFL
  2. Seven area players are tied with 1 TFL

Sacks

  1. Devon Duschek (LaPorte): 1 sack
  2. Andrew Huizar (South Central): 1 sack

Interceptions

  1. Ben Fronk (New Prairie): 1 INT

HTNN Friday Night Football - August 20

(LAPORTE, IN) -- Here is an update on LaPorte County high school football scores. Game reports and fan photos of the game can be sent to studio@967theeagle.com. 

 

 

(0-1) SOUTH BEND RILEY - 0 
(1-0) MICHIGAN CITY WOLVES - 62
Michigan City’s Jaden Hart had 124 total yards and 3 touchdowns. 

 

(1-0) NEW PRAIRIE COUGARS - 37
(0-1) LAPORTE SLICERS - 21
New Prairie's Noah Mungia with over 300 yards rushing. The Cougar Football senior class goes 4-0 in varsity football against the Slicers.

 

(0-1) SOUTH CENTRAL SATELLITES - 16
(1-0) TRITON TROJANS - 18

 

Other area scores:

Valparaiso 35, Penn 7, FINAL
John Glenn 46, Boone Grove 0, FINAL
Merrillville 47, Andrean 21, FINAL
Chesterton 20, Hobart 14, FINAL
Crown Point 28, Lowell 14, FINAL
Portage 26, Morton 6, FINAL
Mishawaka 43, Marian 16, FINAL
Northwood 7, Jimtown 6, FINAL
Saint Joseph 27, Lakeland 0, FINAL

 

FUTURE GAMES: Friday, Aug. 27 
LaPorte at Penn, 7:30 p.m. 
Twin Lakes at New Prairie, 7:30 p.m. 
Culver at South Central, 7:30 p.m. 
Warsaw at Michigan City, 7:30 p.m. 


No NASCAR for Chicago in 2021

On Tuesday evening, Chicagoland Speedway put out a press release about how NASCAR would not include the track for it's 2021 season.  

 

Below is the statement Scott Paddock released to all fans. 

 

 

With the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule unveiling, came the unfortunate news that Chicagoland Speedway will not be part of that lineup. In addition, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Gander Trucks and ARCA will also not be returning to Chicagoland Speedway in 2021.

 

The move away from NASCAR racing at Chicagoland Speedway is one of many changes reflected in the 2021 schedule, and by no means a reflection of the support our fans have demonstrated. Rather, it is a desire and an important step for the industry to incorporate new markets and new courses into the schedule, and expand the variety of competition. 

 

All of our fans have exhibited a tremendous amount of allegiance and patience over the past year, during which time we all have experienced significant challenges. While we share your disappointment around this news, we truly appreciate and value your commitment to the sport and to the track.

 

Chicagoland Speedway and Route 66 Raceway has been a central member of the Joliet / Greater Chicagoland area for 20 years, and we will continue to operate as an integral part of our community.

 

As far as NASCAR racing at the Chicagoland Speedway, it’s difficult at this time to speculate on what 2022 might bring.  We will continue to work with NASCAR on potential future opportunities beyond 2021 and will keep you updated.

 

Finally, due to the corresponding impact on the shared resources between Chicagoland Speedway and Route 66 Raceway, and the future uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Route 66 Raceway will unfortunately not be hosting drag racing events in 2021.

 

We hope you and your family continue to stay safe and healthy. Thank you for your continued support.

 

Sincerely,

Scott Paddock Signature 

Scott Paddock

President, Chicagoland Speedway and Route 66 Raceway


NFL has it's first cancelation due to Covid-19

 The Pittsburgh - Tennessee game originally scheduled for this Sunday will be played either Monday or Tuesday due to positive cornavirus tests among the Titans, the NFL announced today.

 

The NFL said a new date and time would be announced as soon as possible and that the postponement would allow additional time for gurther testing.

 

On Tuesday, the NFL said three Titans players and five team personnel had tested positive for COVID-19.  The Titans have closed their facility at least through Friday and will not be able to practice in any fashion togehter until Saturday at the earliest.

 

Titans cosch Mike Vrabel said soon after the announcement Wednesday: "Some of them are indeed experiencing flu-like symptoms, nothing I think out of the ordinary.  We anticipate they will feel better shortly.  Nothing of overly concern.  But my concern is always with the health and safety of our players, our staff and their families".


La Porte Slicer Vollyball Tournament

La Porte Sports update:

 

Due to the number of teams involved in the Slicer volleyball tournament on Saturday, September 12th, the La Porte athletic department regretfully announces that spectators will not be permitted for the event as maintaining social distancing would not be possible.

 

All matches that are played in Slicer Gym will be streamed through the IHSAA Champions Network on a pay-per-view basis.

 

The Slicers will play their first two matches in Slicer Gym and, should they win their pool, would continue to play in Slicer Gym.  There will be a total of 6 matches that will be streamed on Saturday in Slicer Gym.  Mishawaka and Fairfield join the Slicer in Pool 1.


Duneland Conference Boys All Conference Team Named

DUNELAND ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

2019-2020 ALL-CONFERENCE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM

 

Nick Anderson            Lake Central

Carson Crass               LaPorte

Travis Grayson            Chesterton

Jake Wadding             Chesterton

Dez’Mand Hawkins    Michigan City

Jamie Hoges                Michigan City

Cooper Jones               Valparaiso

Kamari Slaughter        Portage

Ty Smith                     Crown Point

Keon Thompson          Merrillville

 

Jake Wadding, Chesterton   MVP 

 

 

 

FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS

 

 

1st       Chesterton

2nd        Michigan City

            Valparaiso

4th        Crown Point

5th        Merrillville

6th        Lake Central

7th        LaPorte

            Portage


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