LaPorte Boys 8th Grade Football

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IHSAA Football Sectional Pairings

The IHSAA football sectional pairings have been released.  The Slicers will play at Chesterton in the 1st round on October 28th.  The rest of the pairings can be found by clicking the link below. http://www.ihsaa.org/Portals/0/ihsaa/documents/news%20media/2016-17/100216.FootballDraw.pdf

Slicers sink the Pirates 46-35

On Senior Night at Kiwanis Stadium your Slicers put on a show.  The game was tight through the first half with both teams scoring two touchdowns each quarter.  When they came out of the tunnel from their halftime break the Slicers outpaced the Pirates 18 – 7 in the 3rd quarter.  Led by Owen Strieter

LaPorte High School Varsity Football beat Merrillville High School 46-35

Friday, September 23, 2016 7:00 PM Merrillville High School AWAY 35 LaPorte High School HOME 46 Game Recap Chris Juszkiewicz ran for 259 yds and 3 touchdowns! Drayson Nespo ran for 100 yds and a touchdown. Nolan Lorenz ran for 27yds and a touchdown. Brennen Long ran for 84 yds and a touchdown. Box Scores

Varsity Football defeats Lake Central

The Lake Central Indians hosted your LaPorte Slicers Friday on a perfect night for football.  The Indians came out strong putting up the first touchdown and picked up a couple of our fumbles in the first quarter.  The Slicer offense decided to enter the game in the second quarter with Nolan Lorenz running for a 31

LaPorte High School Freshman Football beat Chesterton High School 18-14

Thursday, September 15, 2016 6:00 PM Chesterton High School AWAY 14 LaPorte High School HOME 18 Game Recap We won on a last second TD pass from Parker Hill to Nathan Smith. Nathan Alexander had 160 yards rushing and TD. Parker Hill also had rushing TD. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Chesterton – –

Slicers Football Top Chesterton 49-14

In a rain drenched night your Slicers ended a 9 yr drought against Chesterton.  With a balanced rushing attack paced by Lorenz, Long, Nespo and Cole your Slicers surpassed the 300 yd mark for the 3rd game in a row on the ground.  In the slippery conditions ball control was an issue, each team fumbled 4