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Indians, Lady Indians in doubleheader with Russell Co. HS

ACHS boys put 25-1 record on the line

The community is encouraged to come out tonight, Friday, February 10, 2017, John Burr Memorial Gymnasium, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY, for a girl/boy basketball doubleheader against rival Russell County. The girls' team, sitting at 7-18 on the year, is looking to end a four-game skid against the Lady Lakers in a game that tips at 6pmCT. The boys' squad boasts a 25-1 record and rides a 17-game winning streak into tonight's matchup. Tipoff will follow the conclusion of the girls game, at approximately 7:30pmCT. Let's fill the stands for what hopes to be two entertaining games. - Wes Feese



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