Columbia City will look to build off the momentum built at the end of last season in 2015.
With a new head coach, a new conference, and a young team, Huntington North is hoping for a fresh start in 2015.
Coach Tim Mannigel says his team returns 18 players with starting experience, with a number of key contributors back on the offensive side of the ball.
While South went 2-8 last fall, second-year head coach Roosevelt Norfleet believes that learning experience will pay big dividends in 2015.
Bishop Luers authored the state’s biggest turnaround last fall, going from 2-10 in 2013 to 11-3 in 2014. The quest this season is for the defending SAC champions to take the next step and finish the year at Lucas Oil Stadium.
After winning a share of the SAC’s Victory Bell for the first time since 1993 the Wayne Generals will have to replace a talented group of graduated seniors if they hope to repeat in 2015.
It’s been over a decade since Northrop has had a winning season. With a core group of experienced upperclassmen leading a young group of up and comers, the Bruins believe that this could finally be there come back year.
Over the past several years Carroll has become one of the premier football programs in Northeast Indiana. Now they are ready to take their dominance to the Summit Athletic Conference.
Homestead will be the new kid on the block in 2015 as the Spartans, along with Carroll, will now compete in the SAC.
After going 10-3, winning a share of the SAC’s Victory Bell, and advancing to semi-state the Snider Panthers are looking to take one more step in 2015.
The Bishop Dwenger Saints held their first official practice of the football season without legendary head coach, Chris Svarczkopf.
After a Victory Bell-winning season in 2013, a young North Side team struggled to live up to high expectations last season. The Redskins finished the year 3-8, their worst record since 2009.