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IHSAA draws football sectional

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The sectional draw was made for area high school football teams on Tuesday evening.

The Northview Knights, currently 5-3 heading into Friday's final regular season game at Brown County, drew an opening round home game against Class 4A's No. 10, Jasper, on Oct. 19.

Other first round games in Class 4A's Sectional 16 include Western Indiana Conference member, Owen Valley, taking on Evansville Reitz on the road. Evansville Harrison will travel to Evansville Central (Class 4A No. 11)while Boonville receives the bye and will face the winner between the Knights and Wildcats.

Jasper is currently 6-2 on the season as is Evansville Central. Evansville Reitz could be considered the early favorite with an unbeaten 8-0 mark and is ranked 2nd in Class 4A. Boonville is on a seven-game losing streak at 1-7 overall. Owen Valley is 4-4 on the season.

In Vigo County, Terre Haute North (2-6) will host Martinsville (1-7) and Terre Haute South (2-6) will also be at home, hosting Columbus North (7-1).

West Vigo (4-4) will take on Crawfordsville (4-4) in Terre Haute and Danville (7-1) will visit Greencastle (3-5).

For Putnam County schools, all eyes are on Class 2A, second-ranked, North Putnam who is still unbeaten and faces South Vermillion (2-6) at home. South Putnam (3-5) will travel to Monrovia (4-4) while Cloverdale (3-5) will host Cascade (1-7). Speedway (6-2) travels to face Tri-West (6-2) in Sectional 30's other first round game.

Rockville is ranked fifth in Class A and is still perfect at 8-0 and get an opening home game against Turkey Run (1-7 overall) in Sectional 39 with North Central (7-1) also at home, facing North Vermillion (1-7).

For Linton, unbeaten and ranked fourth in Class A, the Miners drew a home game against Springs Valley (3-5) in the tough Sectional 40 that also includes unbeaten Perry Central, which boasts a No. 2 ranking



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