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Congratulations to the Kankakee Valley Pop Warner Pee Wee team for winning
the State Championship again this year making it 2 years in a row.
The Undefeated Mitey Mite team has been chosen to represent Indiana against Missouri on November 16th.
The boys worked very hard to be in this position and donations for travel expenses would be greatly appreciated.
For donation contacts visit kvpw.com
Kankakee Valley Pop Warner
Dallas 27 Minnesota 23
Indianapolis 27 Houston 24
Texans coach Gary Kubiak collapsed as he was leaving the field at halftime.
Kansas City 23 Buffalo 13. The Chiefs are 9 and 0.
Tonight Monday Night Football
The Chicago Bears (4-3) play against the Green Bay Packers (5-2) at Lambeau Field.
The Chicago Bulls play the Indiana Pacers Wednesday in Indianapolis.
The Chicago Blackhawks lost to the Calgary Flames 3 to 2 in overtime.
The Hawks host the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday.
Jimmy Johnson captured the checkered flag at Texas Motor Speedway
The Crown Point boys soccer team took home the Class 2A state soccer title Saturday,
defeating Avon in overtime 3-1.
It was the second state championship in the past three years for the undefeated Bulldogs, who finished the season 21-0-1.
High School Football Friday
CLASS 6A REGIONALS
Penn [11-0] at Lake Central [9-2]
CLASS 5A SECTIONAL FINALS
Mishawaka [8-3] at Munster [7-3
CLASS 4A SECTIONAL FINALS
East Chicago Central [9-2] at Gary West [7-4]
New Prairie [11-0] at South Bend St. Joseph [8-3]
CLASS 3A SECTIONAL FINALS
Andrean [11-0] at John Glenn [6-5]
CLASS 2A SECTIONAL FINALS
Rensselaer Central [9-2] at Bowman Academy [6-5]
CLASS 1A SECTIONAL FINALS
Winamac [11-0] at West Central [8-3]
SECTIONAL 1 Merrillville [9-1] at Lake Central [8-2]
SECTIONAL 2 Chesterton [4-6] at Penn [10-0]
SECTIONAL 9 South Bend Adams [4-5] at Mishawaka [7-3]
Munster [6-3] at Michigan City [2-7]
SECTIONAL 17 Griffith [3-7] at East Chicago Central [8-2]
Gary West [6-4] at Highland [5-5]
SECTIONAL 18 South Bend St. Joseph [7-3] at South Bend Washington [1-9]
SECTIONAL 25 Andrean [10-0] at Calumet [3-7]
John Glenn [5-5] at Hammond [4-6]
SECTIONAL 33 Rensselaer Central [8-2] at North Judson [3-7]
Boone Grove [8-2] at Bowman Academy [5-5]
SECTIONAL 41 West Central [7-3] at Culver [4-6]
Whiting [9-1] at Winamac [10-0]
"Good Luck To All The Region Teams"
The original "Phantasm" movie of 1979 would have to be in my Top 5 of scary movies.
The movie introduced the creepy Tall Man, Angus Scrimm as the undertaker.
The famous tagline for the film was "If this film doesn't scare you, you're already dead.
Country star Jason Aldean's tour bus struck and killed a pedestrian in Knox County, Ind., this morning, the Knox County Sheriff's Department confirmed to ABC News.
At approximately 1:28 a.m., the pedestrian, Albert Kennedy of Vincennes, Ind., "walked out into the middle of the roadway" and was struck by Aldean's bus on the northbound lane of US 41 North, the police report said.
Knox County Sheriff Michel Morris confirmed that Aldean, 36, was on the bus at the time of the accident.
When the coroner arrived on the scene, he pronounced "the individual deceased from trauma to the head and chest," according to the police report.
The singer took to Twitter to share his condolences for Kennedy and his family.
"With a heavy heart, I'm sad to say that a man passed away last night after stepping out in front of my bus in Indiana," he tweeted. "In all the years I've been touring and all the miles we've driven, nothing prepares you for something like this to happen. I'm praying for Albert Kennedy's family and friends today and ask that you do the same."
An investigation into the accident and death are underway.
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