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1st Round Playoff: ACHS Football defeats Ft. Campbell 35-31

Indian Pride is at an all time high!
It's a football season to remember. Comes on heels of winningest baseball season in two decades. - ALAN REED. Click on headline for complete story, link to stats on last night's spectacular victory.
It's on to Adair County vs. Paducah Tilghman High School, at 7:30pmCT, Friday, 14 Nov. 2014. If you go: Paducah Tilghman, 2400 Washington Street (campus address), Paducah, KY is a 3 hour, 24 minute, 228 mile drive from the Adair County Football Complex, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY according to this Google Map/Directions

By Supt. Alan Reed

Our school district and county can once again celebrate another source of pride with Coach Travis Gay and the football Indians first playoff victory in school history with last night's 35-31 win over Ft. Campbell Independent.

We are now 9-2 and will travel to Paducah Tilghman next Friday night, 14 Nov 2014.

This football season to remember comes on the heels of the winningest baseball season in over two decades.

Indian pride is at an all time high and I'd like to thank everyone for the support of our players and coaches!

- ALAN REED, Superintendent

PS: The spectacular stats on last night's victory over Ft. Thomas Independent are available at this link: Riherd's Scoreboard: Adair Co 35. Ft. Campbell 31. The link may not work in the future, but does today, 8 Nov. 2014. - AWR

This story was posted on 2014-11-08 06:27:10
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