Wolves girls golf downs Slicers

Michigan City’s girls golf team beat La Porte 182-223 in a non-Duneland Athletic Conference match on Friday on Beechwood Golf Course's front nine holes. Taylor Skibinski guided the Wolves (1-0) with 40, while Lia Thomas tallied 44. Sara Poulin had 47, and Caroline Kearney added 51. Gabby Hull led the Slicers (0-1) with 54, and Jayme Noll was right behind with 55. Abby Casto shot 56, while Rosie Korell recorded 58.

La Porte offers Slicer Passes

La Porte High School’s athletic department is selling Slicer Passes for the 2019-20 school year. Slicer Passes won’t be honored for the New Prairie at La Porte varsity football game on Aug. 23. Tickets will go on sale in the near future for this contest at a cost of $3 if purchased in advance, and $5 at the gate.

The pass allows for admission to all home athletic events, excluding tournaments and invitationals, at a savings from the gate price. They can be purchased in increments of 10 ($35), 15 ($52.50) or 20 ($70) admittances, is transferable, and allows more than one individual to enter on the same pass. Slicer Passes will not be available at athletic events. They must be purchased at the athletic office from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Senior citizens 62 and older may purchase an all-sports pass for $30. Admission at the gate for all varsity, or varsity-JV combination, athletic events is $6. A Slicer Pass may be re-loaded using a credit or debit card by going to the LPCSC website or the athletic office. There is a fee and re-loading a card must be done at least 24 hours prior to using the card.

Patrons may join the athletic booster club for $60, which entitles the member to purchase an all-sports pass for $50.

Slicers football time change

The starting time for La Porte’s Aug. 30 football game at Penn will be 6:30 p.m.

Slicers volleyball adds pair of matches

La Porte's varsity, JV and freshman volleyball teams have added a home match versus Leo at noon on Aug. 17. They will also travel to Munster for varsity, JV and freshman matches at 5 p.m. on Aug. 22.

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