Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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October 18, 2012

Charger gridders play Friday at 7:30

The North Decatur football team (6-3) will play Springs Valley (4-5) Friday at 7:30 p.m. in French Lick. North athletic director and head coach Garry Sauley released key information about the game.

The simplest way to get to the school is probably take Indiana 3 South to North Vernon. Turn onto State Road 50 toward Bedford. In Bedford, turn onto Indiana 37, which will take you to Paoli. Once in Paoli, turn onto Indiana 56 which will take you to French Lick. In French Lick you will turn onto Larry Bird Blvd and the school will be on your left.

General information:  Admission will be $5.00 per person and there will not be any pre-sale on the tickets. Tickets will have to be purchased at the gate. Fans are reminded that noise makers, such as cow bells, whistles, etc., are not allowed at any IHSAA tournament event.

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