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Lowell Athletic Scholarship Applications Open

Lowell High School Athletic Department announces the opening of the 2020 Senior Athletic Scholarship Applications.  You can go to: https://reddevilpride.com/2020-athletic-scholarships/ to begin the process.

FB Field Lights Will Light the Sky to Honor North Central AD

The Lowell Red Devils will join other High Schools across the state in leaving our football stadium lights on as a remembrance to North Central Athletic Director Paul Loggan, who passed away this Easter after a three week battle with Covid-19.   Though many may not know Mr. Loggan, he has directly impacted thousands of student

Home Exercise Equipment Bundle

Lowell Athletics and Lansing Sport shop have partnered up to offer our athletes an affordable exercise equipment bundle for the home.  A relatively cheap alternative to building your own gym in the basement, the bundle offers the core  pieces of equipment our athletes need to continue their athletic development during this unique time in our

IHSAA Press Release on Spring Sports

Our hearts are broken  for our Senior Spring Athletes who have worked so hard and dedicated so much to Red Devil Athletics. “Hard times don’t create heroes. It is during the hard times when the ‘hero’ within us is revealed.” Bob Riley

Winter Sports Award Winners

Congratulations to our Winter Sports Award Winners: Girls Swimming Most Valuable –  Heather Karm Most Improved – Citlaly Gallardo L-Club –  Brooke Otis Rookie Award – Addeline Vaught Top Diver – Isabella Spagnola Girls Basketball Most Valuable –  Victoria Langen Most Improved – Kahlan Krucina L-Club –  Abby Lewandowski Defensive Devil – Jordan Yuhasz (84

ALL ATHLETIC EVENTS, PRACTICES, OPEN GYMS CANCELLED

All athletic events, practices, weight lifting sessions, conditioning and open gyms are cancelled until further notice.  This includes any outside groups or clubs that use our facilities.

Annual Special Olympics Basketball Game Postponed

In response to growing concerns about the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19, Special Olympics Indiana announced that it would suspend all sport trainings, competitions, and other activities involving their athletes throughout the State of Indiana through March 31, 2020.  This has forced Lowell High School to move our Annual Special Olympics Game previously scheduled for March 18th