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Week 2 Schedule Announced

JTV Sports has selected games for week 2 of the 2015 High School Football season on the Suburban Chevrolet Cadillac Sports Weekend: Michigan Center at Hanover-Horton – Saturday 1pm and 7pm, Sunday 3:30pm  Lumen Christi at Charlotte – Saturday 3:30pm and 9:30pm, Sunday 9:30pm  East Jackson at Vandercook Lake – Sunday 1pm and 7pm

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Monday, August 31

(Encore of Fri., Aug. 28)  John Denney, Supt., Hanover Horton Schools;  Phil Morgan, the Big Mitten Fair;  Susan Murphy, Jackson County Friend of the Court Referee;  Derek Dobies, Vice Mayor & Jackson City Council Rep, with Eileen Lehnert, President, Kiwanis Club of Jackson, for Disc Golf Course;  Dave DeBaker, Movie Reviews;  Ric Walton, The Walton Insurance Group

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Northwest Falls to Eaton Rapids 24-21 in Opener

 By Mike Moore Staff Writer  Jackson – Everything but win. That's how it felt Friday night for the Northwest football team in the 2015 season opener. A lead at halftime led to a lead in the fourth quarter, which eventually led to heartbreak. “It’s tough because we fought so hard,” Northwest coach Corey Slater said following a 24-21 loss to Eaton Rapids at home. “That’s one thing I liked about the kids, though, is we fought. It was an exciting high school football game.” As was the case so many times last year during their 1-8 season, the Mounties were more than in the game all night, despite a rough start. Eaton Rapids got on the board right away, taking advantage of a pair of 15-yard Northwest penalties, both on failed third-down conversions, to eventually get a 5-yard scoring run from Tyler Oberlin-Scott. The extra-point attempt was blocked and the Greyhounds led 6-0. “We had them stopped twice,” Slater said. “Those penalties really hurt us.” The teams traded punts in the next two possessions, but when Northwest began its second drive of the half, it did so from its own 48-yard line. Sophomore quarterback Ryan Crowley got himself involved with the passing…

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