When: 7 p.m. Friday.
Reporter/Twitter: Jim Peters/@JP8185
Radio/internet: WIMS-AM (1420), WCOE-FM (96.7)
What to watch: The numbers, nearly 300 yards rushing per game, suggest otherwise, but the Slicers are struggling offensively. Last week's six points was a low water mark dating back to the 2014 state championship loss to Indianapolis Cathedral. Shredded by Michigan City's superior speed, Chesterton faces a completely different challenge in the bigger Slicers, who are going to come right at them with their full house T set. The Trojans fared much better the second time around last year, holding LaPorte to 17 points in a sectional loss after getting gutted for 49 in the regular season. Much like the Slicers, Chesterton wants to control time of possession with lengthy drives, something it couldn't do against Michigan City in a game where it committed five turnovers. Teams are dialing in Louie Razo, forcing the Trojans to beat them with somebody else, and their big play ability is otherwise limited.