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Mike Miller signs with North Texas

Michigan City High School Alum Michael Miller announced on his personal twitter account today that he has is going to play Division 1 basketball next year for the University of North Texas out of Denton Texas, a suburb of Dallas.  Miller graduated in the Class of 2015 from Michigan City High School, and makes it

Winter Sports Award Winners

The 2017 winter sports award winners were announced by Michigan City High School and are as follows: Boys Swimming and Diving MVP: Jack Smith Wolf Award: Jude Gussman Girls Swimming and Diving MVP: Hannah Tubbs Wolf Award: Sarah Smith Cheer MVP: Sara Siegmund Wolf Award: Bridget Mark Wrestling MVP: David Taylor Wolf Award: Brendan Coyle

Wolves feast on the Vikings to open Sectionals

Michigan City High School’s boys basketball team came out like a team on a mission to open the IHSAA tournament.  The Vikings of Valparaiso came in with a record of 21-3 on the season, and tied with Crown Point for the Duneland Athletic Conference crown.  Yet for the 3rd time in 4 years that got

Boys basketball sectionals and tickets

The Wolves had their road to Indianapolis laid out for them.  To no one’s surprise at all, the road is going to be a bumpy one.  In one of the absolute toughest sectionals in the entire state of Indiana, the Wolves got one of the toughest roads through a sectional in the blind draw. The

Boys Basketball sets single season record

The Wolves continued their winning ways and have parlayed that into a season full of new records. Last night the Wolves played a nip and tuck Duneland Athletic Conference battle that saw the game stay within 3 points the entire game until late in the 4th quarter where the Wolves found another gear and pulled

Wolves tie wins record

Saturday, February 4, 2017 1:30 PM Michigan City High School AWAY 60 South Bend Adams High Sch HOME 51 Game Recap   The Wolves traveled over to South Bend for a matinee game against Adams High School, and they came away with a record tying victory. The Wolves prevailed by a score of 60-51, giving