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 Vikings running back Brady Hill scored in the first quarter at Homestead Friday to draw his team within 21-6. They eventually lost 49-6 in the season opener.
  Video highlights from Norwell-Leo
A 31-27 defeat to Snider on Friday was Bishop Luers’ 10 th  straight regular season loss.  But still there seemed to be something different about the Knights.
Here is the lineup for Week 1 of high school football in Northeast Indiana.
The TinCaps fell 8-7 to Lake County at Classic Park on Friday, despite scoring six unanswered runs in the last three innings.
 Ben Skowronek catches his fourth touchdown pass late in the second quarter of Homestead's 49-6 win over Huntington North on Friday night in the season opener for both teams.
Notre Dame granted scholarships to three senior walk-ons. Quarterback Charlie Fiessinger, tailback Tyler Plantz and defensive back Connor Cavalaris received scholarships, according to Irish director of player personnel Dave Peloquin.

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Congressional candidate Justin Kuhnle will have an open house Sunday at his campaign office in Albion.
The Indiana Medical Device Manufacturing Council issued this news release today:
The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has issued a * flash flood warning for ... southwestern Allen County in Northeast Indiana ... This includes the city of Fort Wayne and Spy Run Creek...
The following statement was issued Thursday by Indiana Tech: Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech has received a $10,000 grant to integrate mobile technology into McMillen Library to foster lifelong learning among students.
The following statement was issued Thursday by the Allen County Solid Waste Management District: According to the Environmental Protection Agency, commercial and institutional or industrial waste is a significant portion of a community’s solid waste stream, even in small cities and suburbs.
  The following statement was issued Thursday by the North Webster Community Public Library: NORTH WEBSTER, IN- -- The North Webster Community Public Library will host its eighth annual Cemetery Walk on Sunday, September 8, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.  Open to the public free of charge, this living history event is sponsored by the library’s Local History and