Indiana All-Star Football Game Cancelled Due to Thunderstorms

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While COVID-19 is the main reason that there hasn’t been any football in Indiana since last year’s state championships at Lucas Oil Stadium, Saturday night, it was Mother Nature that ended the first chance for LIVE football since the coronavirus pandemic.

The 16th annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star Game was cancelled due to thunderstorms in-and-around Terre Haute. Game officials are expected to make an announcement Sunday about whether the game that will feature 100 high school football players from Indiana and Illinois will be rescheduled.

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