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Yorktown scores TD, but fails on 2-point conversion. Western up 35-34 with 1:26 remaining.

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Lawrenceburg.  33

BC.                       14

Final

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West Lafayette 79  ,Benton Central 7 final

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George Karlaftis (junior DE for West Lafayette) commits to PURDUE over Michigan and the U

 

Keep them Home fires burning, G

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North Posey 35, Linton-Stockton 36 final

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Does anyone know if this score from Harrell's site is correct???

Union County 44   Indianapolis Scecina 12  final 

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Just now, Gonzoron said:

Does anyone know if this score from Harrell's site is correct???

Union County 44   Indianapolis Scecina 12  final 

No it should be reversed 

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1 minute ago, Gonzoron said:

Does anyone know if this score from Harrell's site is correct???

Union County 44   Indianapolis Scecina 12  final 

Other way around 

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1 minute ago, warren05 said:

No it should be reversed 

 

Just now, TCfootball70 said:

Other way around 

I was shocked for a little bit, lol.

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Unbelievable finish to the Linton North Posey game.  NP takes a 35 - 28 lead with 59 seconds left.  Linton scores with 1 second left and gets the 2 point conversion to win 36 - 35,  This was an incredible ball game!  Had to be close to 1,000 yards of total offense between the 2 teams.  The Vikings offense was like a sandlot team.  Crazy, crazy formations and play calls.

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LCC 35 - Tri-County 28 --- final

LCC puts up 21 points in the second half after trailing TC 21-14 at half.  TC gets a last-minute TD after a series of end-of-game penalties.  with its first win under interim Head Coach Jeff Onken.

Edit:  I believe that LCC's defense may have only allowed TC 9-10 plays in the second half until the last drive.

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2 finals from region teams playing in South Bend

South Bend Riley 49

KV 10 (finishes 3-7)

South Bend St. Joe 19

Hobart 7 (finishes 6-4)

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53 minutes ago, Gonzoron said:

West Lafayette 79  ,Benton Central 7 final

Really?  

 

This is playoff football, Indiana style?

Im sure this was a pleasant experience for everyone, and many "life lessons" were learned tonight.

Give me a break.  

Tonights scoreboard looks like Custers Last Stand.  Complete annihilation.

 

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5 minutes ago, DrivenT said:

Really?  

 

This is playoff football, Indiana style?

Im sure this was a pleasant experience for everyone, and many "life lessons" were learned tonight.

Give me a break.  

Tonights scoreboard looks like Custers Last Stand.  Complete annihilation.

 

It looks like WL Will be playing Twin Lakes next week.  WL beat them 70-0 on October 6

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