LAKE MICHIGAN CATHOLIC- The Lake Michigan Catholic varsity football team’s season is coming to an end with their last couple of games around the corner. Their record is 5-2, with losses against Parchment and Muskegon Catholic Central. That being two of the best teams, and winning against Bridgman, River Valley, Holton, Brandywine, and yet still have to play two other games.  

Zachary Rogers, Senior, tells us his opinion on how the season was going so far and what is to come in the future of LMC Football.

“This season has gone up and down with our two Seniors, Kyle Juza and BJ Jones, who got injured, but we’ve adjusted well in the season so far with the injuries. We are hoping to make the playoffs and that the team will do well if we work together and stay focused.”

With only two games left in the season, against Colon and New Buffalo, the Lakers must win one more game, in order to go into the playoffs. On Friday, September 13th, LMC will play against Colon, and on Friday September 20th, will be  their last season game.

There are 10 seniors who are graduating this year, with 5 Juniors, 6 Sophomores, and only 3 Freshman. With half of their teaming leaving, what will become of the next year Varsity Football Team?

Although this season was an outstanding one and with all of the glorious wins and all the games they wanted to make a mark in, there were some injuries as well. Kyle Juza and B.J. Jones who are currently injured and who now have to be in crutches; however, through their injuries they still showed support to their team and helped them out.

Overall the Lakers had a great season with all of the injuries they had a great and tough season throughout. They have high hopes for the playoffs and will continue to work hard in the playoffs.