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City Tennis wins 1st round of sectional!

City Tennis advanced to the finals of the sectional on Wednesday night, defeating Marquette 4-1.   With Marquette lacking a #2 dubs team, that got us started with a lead, and the #1 dubs team of Kyle Yackus and Lucas White, Josiah Miller at the #2 singles spot, and Luke Poulin at the #3 singles

Football Tickets For Portage Game On Sale In Office!

Wolves fans!  Come get your tickets for Friday’s game at Portage!  The Wolves have been allotted 250 tickets for this Friday’s football game at Portage.  Tickets are on sale now in the Athletic Office!  All tickets are $6, and the Athletic Office is open from 8-3:30 daily.  Ticket sales will be cut off at noon

City Tennis to open Sectional Vs. Marguette

City Tennis drew crosstown rival Marquette in the 1st round of the sectional! We will be playing at Kesling Park, start time about 415 this Wednesday 9/30. New Prairie and LaPorte face off on the other half, and the winners will meet on Thursday.   Go Wolves!

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 28 – Oct 04

Sep 28 Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Washington Township High School Washington Township 5:00 pm | Michigan City High School Sep 29 Girls Freshman Volleyball vs. LaPorte High School LaPorte High School 5:00 pm | Michigan City High School Sep 29 Girls Junior Varsity Soccer at Crown Point High School Crown Point High School 5:00 pm

Football Ticket Update! Tickets Available At The Gate!

Approximately 300 tickets remain available for tonight’s Wolves football game against Lake Central.  These tickets will be available at the ticket windows at Ames Field tonight!  Tickets go on sale at 6pm with the kickoff at 7pm!  All tickets are $6. Daytime ticket sales at the high school are being cut off at 2pm today. 

City Tennis Wraps Up Regular Season vs. Lowell

Wolves Tennis traveled to Lowell Thursday night to wrap up regular season play. After dropping the #1S and #1 doubles matches, City needed to win all 3 remaining matches. At #2 singles, Josiah Miller’s tense match with a marathon tiebreaker in the 2nd set lasted nearly as long as the other 2 matches, even though