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Today’s schedule

Girls’ Basketball

Sherdian at Clinton Central, 7:30 p.m.

Clinton Prairie at Tri-Central 7:30 p.m.

Pioneer at Rossville, 7:30 p.m.

Frankfort at Faith Christian, 7:30 p.m.

Swimming and Diving

Eastern at Clinton Central, 6 p.m.

Frankfort at Southmont, 6 p.m.

Clinton Central alumni wrestling meet set for Dec. 9

Clinton Central is hosting an alumni wrestling meet starting at 9 a.m. December 9 in the main gymnasium.

Alumni of the CCHS wrestling program will be recognzied at the event.

Those who plan on attending should email CCHS head coach Auatin Faulkner at austin.faulkner@clinton.k12.in.us with their years of participation.

Army uniforms for Navy game to honor famed division

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Army will be wearing a new uniform honoring one of its famed divisions when it plays Navy this weekend in its big rivalry game.

The uniforms are made by Nike, whose co-founder Bill Bowerman managed supplies for the 10th Mountain Division. The unit is noted for its ability to fight in harsh mountainous terrain.

A shoulder patch on the uniform features a blue background with crossed bayonets to denote the infantry and represents the Roman numeral 10 for the unit’s number. The patch is shaped like a powder keg and the word “mountain” is featured in white on a blue tab.

The white uniforms are made from material that minimizes weight, even when soaked with sweat. The uniforms allow for greater range of motion and are cut in a way to better deal with heat.

Navy unveiled its new uniforms in late November. The teams play Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field.

Hernandez lawyers to keep daughter’s lawsuit separate

BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for the estate of late NFL star Aaron Hernandez are trying to prevent a $20 million lawsuit against the National Football League from being merged with a wider class-action suit addressing former NFL players’ head injuries.

The Boston Herald reports that the NFL and co-defendants are asking a federal judge to temporarily stay proceedings in Hernandez’s case, which was filed in state court on behalf of his 5-year-old daughter. The defendants say there’s nothing unique about Hernandez daughter’s case to warrant a separate trial.

The child’s lawyers want her case tried in a state court, arguing their claim is for loss of parental consortium.