In today’s high-paced football offenses, hand signals from the sidelines are of utmost importance to keep up the hectic pace.
There are some firsts and lasts and even rarities involved as the regular season wraps up tonight.
Bishop Luers junior Austin Mack has certainly enjoyed his emergence in 2014 as the top receiver in northeast Indiana. But the best part of 2014 has been the Knights’ return to powerhouse status.

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  • Turnaround taking place at Central Noble
    The resurgence didn’t seem to be coming at first. In fact, it appeared as though 2014 was going to be more of the same for the Central Noble football program.
  • Midseason awards colored by surprises
    Through five games, 2014 has the makings to be one of the most unpredictable high school football seasons in recent memory.
  • Colts show not all NFL news bad
    The NFL has taken a hit recently with the news of players involved in off-the-field situations that have put the professional football league in a negative light. But it isn’t always that way.
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