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Tuesday, September 27

Jeff Beal, Superintendent, Jackson Public Schools;  Erik Lyman, Ella Sharp Museum;  Tami Davis & Shawna Tello, Jackson YMCA, Pink Zumba Fundraiser;  Arlene Robinson & Alecia Williams, NAACP;  Dr. Bruce Brown, Author & Composer;  Ed & Nan Jasinowski, Sweet Seasons Orchard

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Monday, September 26

(Encore of Fri., Sept. 23);  Judy Gail Krasnow, Jackson Journeys & Armory Prison Tours;  Heather Rossner & Ashley Carney, Jackson Co. Chamber of Commerce;  Bart Visits Ann Arbor State Bank;  Mark Ott, Friends of Falling Waters Trail;  Dave DeBaker, Entertainment Correspondent;  Ric Walton, the Walton Insurance Group

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Week 6 High School Football Schedule

Friday, September 30th Coldwater (4-1) at Lumen Christi (3-2) Okemos (1-4) at Jackson (2-3) Concord (5-0) at Springport (4-1) Hanover-Horton (0-5) at Grass Lake (5-0) Michigan Center (3-2) at Manchester (3-2) Vandercook Lake (1-4) at Napoleon (3-2) East Jackson (1-4) at Addison (1-4) Pennfield (2-3) at Northwest (0-5) Western (1-4) at Harper Creek (5-0) Onsted (1-4) at Columbia Central (3-2)

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Jackson Football

Friday Night Football Results in Jackson

Lumen Christi 28 Marshall 20 Grand Ledge 30 Jackson 19 Hastings 37 Western 34 Manchester 47 East Jackson 28 Columbia Central 39 Blissfield 0 Napoleon 34 Hanover-Horton 20 Grass Lake 50 Vandercook Lake 18 Michigan Center 34 Addison 12 Concord 33 Athens 27 Coldwater 42 Northwest 14

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Bo Bell Lumen Christi Football

Bell rushes for 303 yards and three TDs, Lumen beats Marshall 28-20 to improve to 3-2

By Mike Moore Staff Writer   Albion — There was an outright refusal to call this a must win, but in the days leading up to Friday night’s tilt against Marshall, Lumen Christi football coach Herb Brogan had no problem saying how “critical” of a contest this was.   Afterwards, he had no problem wearing his emotions on his sleeve.   “I’m thrilled with he way we played,” Brogan said with a smile of his guys 28-20 victory, the Titans most complete effort of the season so far. “Marshall is a really physical football team, and we’ve struggled with that all year. That was the focus all week long, and the kids answered the bell on both sides of the ball.”   There was no pun intended in that last statement, but the irony is downright delicious.   Bo Bell, the Lumen senior running back who’s served as the team workhorse all season long, was back at it again Friday, carrying the ball 39 times for a career-high 303 yards and three touchdowns.   “He’s a great back,” Brogan said, seemingly struggling to put it in any clearer of terms. “I mean, 39 carries. What a durable, tough kid.”  …

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