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Andrea Waggener urges big send off for history making 2014 Adair Indians

Team will coming around the Columbia Public Square at 12:30pmCT, Friday headed for School's First Ever Second Round Playoff Game, with Paducah Tilghman. (at Paducah Tilghman High School, 2400 Washington Street (campus address), Paducah, KY at 7:30pmCT, Friday, 14 Nov. 2014.
See Earlier Story on Friday's second round game coming up, first round victory

By Andrea Waggener

The Adair County High School Indians will be leaving Friday afternoon, November 14, 2014 to play their first-ever second round playoff game against Paducah-Tilghman. The team will be traveling by charter bus and will be coming around the Public Square at 12:30. We\'d like to invite everyone to join us on the square to cheer our Indians on as they continue making history this season. GO INDIANS! - Andrea Waggener




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