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  • A rusty fence at the Danville Community Park got a coat of silver paint as part of the United Way Community Care Day kickoff from Bob Dile and Brent Wells. They are Rolls-Royce employees. style=

    Community pitches in; United Way kicks off

    A rusty fence at the Danville Community Park got a coat of silver paint as part of the United Way Community Care Day kickoff from Bob Dile and Brent Wells. They are Rolls-Royce employees. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • These United Way volunteers painted symbols on cement for kids to play hop scotch at the Danville Community Park on Friday afternoon. From left are Jalanda Devila-Mason and Kelly Gardner with Knox County Board of DD; Gary White, Rolls-Royce; and Steve Oster with KCBDD. style=

    Community pitches in; United Way kicks off

    These United Way volunteers painted symbols on cement for kids to play hop scotch at the Danville Community Park on Friday afternoon. From left are Jalanda Devila-Mason and Kelly Gardner with Knox County Board of DD; Gary White, Rolls-Royce; and Steve Oster with KCBDD. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Danville quarterback Bryce Staats (2) throws a pass as Fredericktown defender Maeson Helton (72) closes in during their game Friday at Danville. Staats threw for 294 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Devils beat Fredericktown, 52-21. style=

    Danville’s offense overwhelms Freddies

    Danville quarterback Bryce Staats (2) throws a pass as Fredericktown defender Maeson Helton (72) closes in during their game Friday at Danville. Staats threw for 294 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Devils beat Fredericktown, 52-21. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Danville’s Dan Mickley dives for a catch during the Blue Devils game Friday against Fredericktown. The Devils won, 52-21. style=

    Danville’s offense overwhelms Freddies

    Danville’s Dan Mickley dives for a catch during the Blue Devils game Friday against Fredericktown. The Devils won, 52-21. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Highland’s David Fisher plows through a Cardington defender during Friday’s game. style=

    Scots dominate Pirates in storm-shortened contest

    Highland’s David Fisher plows through a Cardington defender during Friday’s game. (Photo by Joshua Morrison)

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  • Mount Vernon’s J.D. Orr (5) carries the ball while Logan Rhea (21) blocks Watkins Memorial’s Mike Ford in the second quarter of Friday’s game. The game was suspended with 9:40 to go in the fourth quarter and Mount Vernon leading, 27-21. It will resume today at 4:30 at Yellow Jacket Stadium. style=

    Mount Vernon game suspended in 4th; Jackets in lead

    Mount Vernon’s J.D. Orr (5) carries the ball while Logan Rhea (21) blocks Watkins Memorial’s Mike Ford in the second quarter of Friday’s game. The game was suspended with 9:40 to go in the fourth quarter and Mount Vernon leading, 27-21. It will resume today at 4:30 at Yellow Jacket Stadium. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Logan Rhea jumps between three Watkins Memorial defenders to catch a pass in the endzone in the first quarter of Friday’s game. style=

    Mount Vernon game suspended in 4th; Jackets in lead

    Mount Vernon’s Logan Rhea jumps between three Watkins Memorial defenders to catch a pass in the endzone in the first quarter of Friday’s game. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Centerburg’s Silas Beals (2), Evan Van Dyke (50) and Jake Stewart (19) celebrate with Zac Holsopple (6) after Holsopple caught a touchdown pass during Friday’s game against East Knox. style=

    Stoyle’s 5 TD throws lead Centerburg to win

    Centerburg’s Silas Beals (2), Evan Van Dyke (50) and Jake Stewart (19) celebrate with Zac Holsopple (6) after Holsopple caught a touchdown pass during Friday’s game against East Knox. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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