Bremen Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 6 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Manges Commits to DePauw University

Evan Manges has signed a letter of intent to attend DePauw University located in Greencastle, Indiana, where he will play football and run track for the Tigers.  Playing both wide receiver and defensive back for the Lions, Evan received Northern Indiana Conference (NIC) Honorable Mention during his senior year.  Earning the Most Outstanding Defensive Back Award as

Wunder Commits to the University of Indianapolis

Jacob Wunder has signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Indianapolis where he will play football for the Greyhounds and study sports management or business.  As a senior, Jacob was named to the Northern Indiana Conference 1st team after selections to the NIC’s 2nd team as both a sophomore and junior.  Serving as team

Bremen Football All-State Honors

The Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) has recently named their 2018 All-State football teams.  Nathan Mullen took 1st Team All-State honors on offense at running back.  Both Jacob Wunder and Justin Zumbrun were selected to the IFCA’s All-State 1st Team Defense at linebacker and defensive back respectively.  Rounding out the accolades for the Lions was

Caldwell Banks Award

Ryan Caldwell has been named The Centier Bank Performer of the Week. In Friday’s 34-33 loss at No. 5 Eastbrook in the Class 2A northern semistate final, the 6-foot, 150-pound Caldwell was 12-of-16 for 237 yards with two touchdowns and also ran for two scores as the Lions (11-3) came up just short on making

NIC Honors Bremen Football

The Northern Indiana Conference has recently named their 2018 Football All Conference team.  Ryan Caldwell was named the Most Valuable Player of the NIC South in addition to 1st Team honors.  Robert Mudica, Nathan Mullen, Jacob Wunder, Brennen Adams, Justin Zumbrun and Sam Huffman were also selected to the NIC South 1st Team.  Wyatt Pollard,

Lions Look to Strike (Lucas) Oil

Bremen played Lion Football last Friday night as they overwhelmed the once unbeaten Whiting Oilers 42-13 and claimed a Regional Championship on a balmy night at Bunge Field.  Bremen remained hot in the snow flurries and 20 degrees weather with a recipe of stingy defense, timely passing and a smash mouth running attack.  Thanks to

Eight is Not Enough

Bremen Football advanced to Friday’s Regional championship game by beating Bluffton 42-13 claiming a sectional title.  For their efforts, the Lions will now host the Whiting Oilers on Friday night as one of only eight schools remaining in the Class 2A tournament.  Due to the time difference and travel distance, kick-off is scheduled for 8:00

Sectional Big Cats

Bremen Football advanced to the sectional championship with an impressive victory over the Central Noble Cougars last Friday night, 52-14.  The Lions will now travel to Bluffton and face the Tigers in a rematch of last year’s 1st round sectional contest, a game the Tigers won 27-19.  Bluffton advanced with a 41-8 win over Prairie

Bremen Football Thanks Miller Insurance Group

As in the past, the Miller Insurance Group of Bremen continues to recognize Players of the Game at every home varsity football contest.  Recipients of this award receive a medal to commemorate their outstanding performance, effort and sportsmanship.   The Miller Insurance Group is once again the proud sponsor of Bremen High School and athletes across the