Local Football Players Nominated For TSFT

January 31, 2014
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Football 50 Yard LineFootball 50 Yard LineFootball 50 Yard LineLocal Football Players are nominated for the 2013 All Tri-State Football Team.

You may vote online at http://tristatefootball.com/alltsf-fanvote.asp. Voting ends at Noon on Monday (2-3).

Area nominees are Batesville-Collin Brown and Peter Heil; East Central-Nick Dressman, Hunter Kammer, and Cade Kneuven; Franklin County-Layne Harnishfeger; Greensburg- Trent Black and Jacob Kelso; and Lawrenceburg-Jordan Kauffman and Sam Fette.

Good luck to our area nominees from The Sports Voice-Country 103.9 WRBI.

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