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The New Prairie Cougars Athletic Department website ( finishes 2nd in the latest Indiana VNN monthly web stats report!     THANK YOU for your continued interest in and support of our Student-Athletes!     After two slow Summer months, finished in 2nd place for the month of August among the now 214 member schools in the Indiana Varsity

A message for parents from the IHSAA: “The Parent Seat”

      The IHSAA and New Prairie High School are asking parents of all student-athletes to watch a short video that the The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has created.  “The Parent Seat” explains the role of a parent during game day and provides suggestions on how you can cope with the roller

A message for fans from the IHSAA – Dear Mom and Dad: Cool It

Dear Mom and Dad:  Cool It January 7, 2019 By Karissa Niehoff, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Bobby Cox, Commissioner of the Indiana High School Athletic Association. If you are the mother or father of a high school athlete here in Indiana, this message is primarily for you.

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 16 – Sep 22

Sep 16 Girls Varsity Golf at Mishawaka / Washington 3:30 pm | Washington High School – South Bend Sep 16 Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Michigan City High School Michigan City High School 4:00 pm | New Prairie High School Sep 17 Boys Varsity Tennis at John Glenn High School John Glenn High School 4:00 pm

Herald-Argus article: New Prairie wins “bone game”

        Below is a link to Jack Parodi’s Herald-Argus  article on Friday night’s football game vs. SB St. Joseph:   New Prairie wins “bone game”       Also, be sure to check out the picture galleries from the game:   Varsity Football vs. SB St. Joseph 9/13/19 (Photo Gallery 1 of

Herald-Argus article: Riding out the storm

      Below is a link to Jim Peters’s Herald-Argus article on last night’s VB match vs. Elkhart Central:   Riding out the storm