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Football: Indians go down fighting to South Warren
Next: Adair County Indians Football hosts Muhlenberg County at 7pmCT, Friday, 17 Oct 2014 at Adair County Football Stadium, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY
By Cathy Luttrell
Last Friday night, the Adair Co. Indians football suffered their first loss of the season to the South Warren Spartans with a final score of 42-12.
With a 6-1 record so far for the season, the team can still hold their heads high. They are one of only three teams that have scored against South Warren this year. The Indians are the only team to score two touchdowns against South Warren this year.
The mother of the Spartans team captain made the following comment and I wanted to share it with everyone:
"The Spartans are an old well-oiled team. This team of Indians is young, so the fact that they played as well as they did tonight says MULTITUDES about their future! Keep that fighting spirit boys, you played a great game tonight, there's no shame in losing to this team. You should be proud. GO INDIANS. Great game boys!!"
The TRAIL so far and the games ahead:
- (W) 29 Aug 2014 -HOME- ACHS 74. Caverna 28
Season scoring through 10 Oct 2014 - ACHS 301. Opponents 131
The games ahead:
- (?) 17 Oct 2014 -HOME- ACHS hosts Muhlenberg Co.
This story was posted on 2014-10-15 07:46:25
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