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july 26

mistakes cost cutters

EVANSVILLE, IN – The Evansville Enforcers took advantage of mistakes by the Indiana Cutters Saturday night at Harrison High and beat the Cutters 27-7.  The win earned the Enforcers the #2 seed in the Minor League Football Alliance playoffs.  The Cutters dropped to the #3 seed.

The opening drive was emblematic for the Cutters’ night.  Six plays after taking the opening kick-off at their own 31, the Cutters were at the Enforcers 35 yard line when a holding call made it 3rd and 15.  QB Phil Huebschmann was sacked on the next play and the Cutters were forced to punt. The Enforcers took over at their own 20 yard line and, aided by 3 penalties against the Cutters defense, marched the ball 80 yards for the score to take a 7-0 lead that they never relinquished. The Enforcers scored again early in the second quarter and led 14-0 at halftime.  During the first half the Cutters missed two field goals and fumbled away several drives.  Defensively they could not stop the Enforcers power running game.

After an early third quarter score by the Enforcers, the Cutters defense made some adjustments and finally began to clamp down on the Enforcers running backs.  The offense also got untracked when Huebschmann dove for a 3 yard-touchdown with 9:40 left in the third quarter to make it 21-7. The Enforcers recovered an onside kick but were forced to punt on fourth down.  Again the Cutters offense moved the ball but could not get into the end zone. The fourth quarter featured the running of back-up QB Robbie Colon.  Unfortunately he also threw an interception on a pass intended for Nick Basile and Colon missed a wide-open Jermaine Fears down the right sideline that would have resulted in a sure touchdown. The Enforcers scored again midway through the fourth quarter to make final score 27-7.

“You cannot win against a good team with that many mistakes,” said Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter.  “We did some good things in the second half that got them out of their comfort zone but it was too late.”

The playoffs begin in two weeks for the Cutters.  They will play on the road against the loser of the Kentucky Xtreme-Evansville Enforcers game which will be played in Jeffersonville next week.

July 21

Cutters fight for home field in evansville 

BLOOMINGTON, IN – The Indiana Cutters semi-pro football team will travel to Evansville this Saturday, July 25th to play the Enforcers in a game that has major play-off implications.  If the Cutters win, they will host a first-round playoff game in two weeks.  Lose, and the Cutters are certain to be on the road for the playoffs.

With their 33-13 win last week over the Allen County Lions, the Cutters have won four games in a row and improved their record to 5-2 in the Minor League Football Alliance. The Evansville Enforcers are 4-1 on the season and have a game to make up that was cancelled because of bad weather.  The Cutters currently hold the #2 seed in the playoffs. They must win against the Enforcers to keep the #2 seed.  The Enforcers hold the #3 seed in the playoffs but would move to #2 if they beat the Cutters.

“We consider this to be a playoff game,” said Cutters head Coach Aaron Sauter.  “We expect a tough, old-fashioned football game because the Enforcers try to dominate opponents with their power running attack.  It will be a battle.”

Kick-off is set for 7:00 pm Central Time (8:00 pm Eastern Time) at William Henry High School in Evansville.

july 19

cutters tame lions

                                          ELLETTSVILLE, IN – The Indiana Cutters assured themselves of a berth in the Minor League Football Alliance playoffs with a 33-13 win over the Allen County (Ft. Wayne) Lions at Edgewood High School on Saturday night. The win puts the Cutters at 5-2 on the season with one regular season game left to play.

The Cutters defense drew first blood early in the first quarter when linebacker Bob Magiera intercepted a tipped ball behind the line of scrimmage and raced 30 yards for a touchdown. At 4:41 in the first quarter Cutters QB Phil Huebschman hit wide receiver Chaz Norton with a 58 yard bomb to make it 13-0. Kicker Drew Rieser missed the extra point on a bad snap.

  The Cutters have been rotating quarterbacks all season.  In the second quarter Robbie Colon threw an interception to a Lions linebacker who raced from near mid-field to the Cutters 5 yard-line. Three plays later the Lions were in for the score making it 13-7.

In the middle of the second quarter the teams traded punts. Cutters kick returner Deroche Delts muffed a punt return at his own 8 yard line and the Lions recovered the ball. However, the defense rose to the occasion and kept the Lions out of the end zone when cornerback DJ Stephens intercepted the ball in the end zone to end the Lions drive. At halftime the Cutters led 13-7.

The Lions took the ball to start the second half and ran it out to the 50 yard line.  But the Cutters defense stiffened again and forced a Lions punt. The Cutters offense ground out a ground game drive and Huebschman scored on a 3 yard sneak to make it 20-7 with 7:28 left in the third quarter. The Cutters defense held on the next drive forcing another punt. The Cutters offense stalled at the Lions 15 yard line and Drew Rieser kicked a 32-yard field goal to make it Cutters 23 – Lions 7.

Early in the fourth quarter the Lions got on the board again with a 3 yard rushing touchdown. The Cutters blocked the extra point and held the lead 23-13. The Cutters sustained a drive throughout the fourth quarter only to stall on the Lions 5 yard line.  Facing a fourth and goal at the five, Cutters head coach was “guaranteed” a touchdown by his quarterback and receiver. Rather than kick a field goal, Robbie Colon threw a 5 yard slant pass to Nick Basile to put the Cutters up 30-13 with 3:48 left in the game.

When asked about the call, Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter said, “I have faith in my offense and I felt a touchdown would put the Lions away for good.”

Drew Rieser tacked on a 39 yard field goal with 1:48 left in the game.

The win guaranteed the Cutters a spot in the playoffs.  Next week they travel to Evansville to face the Enforcers. Game time is scheduled for 7pm CST (8pm EST). 

july 13

lions, cutters, and football, oh yeah!

                           BLOOMINGTON, IN – The Indiana Cutters semi-pro football team will host the Allen County (Ft. Wayne) Lions this Saturday, July 18th at Edgewood High School in Ellettsville. Kick-off is set for 7:00 pm.

Both teams are 4 – 2 on the season and fighting for playoff spots in the Minor League Football  Alliance. Last week the Cutters dominated the Delaware County Rebels at Edgewood High School  by a score of 37 – 18. With a win, the Cutters would be guaranteed a playoff berth.

The teams appear to be evenly matched. The MLFA ranks the Cutters 11th in the league and  the Lions are ranked 13th. The two teams have never played before. The Cutters compete in the Interstate Division of the league – the Lions in the Grass Roots Division.

“I love the way we’re running the ball,” said Cutters head Coach Aaron Sauter. “If we hope to do well in the playoffs, we need to improve our passing game.”

The Cutters have players from all Monroe County area high schools including Bloomington South, Bloomington North, and Edgewood. Other area schools with players on the team include Bedford North Lawrence, Martinsville, Owen Valley, and Eastern Greene. 

At halftime, the Cutters will raffle off a high-def television as part of the team’s fundraising. 

Admission to the game is $6 for adults.  Kids under 12 are free.

july 7 

Cutters host rebels 

                           BLOOMINGTON, IN – The Indiana Cutters semi-pro football team will host the Delaware County Rebels this Saturday, July 11th at Edgewood High School in Ellettsville. Kick-off is set for 7:00pm. 

The Cutters are coming off a 57 – 6 road win over the Corydon Cavalry ten days ago. The win put the Cutters at 3 – 2 on the season in the Minor League Football Alliance. They moved up two spots in in the league rankings and are now ranked 11th overall in the 24-member league.

The Rebels are 1 - 3 in league play and ranked 17th. As for common opponents, the Rebels beat the Cavalry by a score of 30 – 0 on June 20th in a game played in Delaware County.

“Right now the thing we do best is to run the ball,” said Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter.  

“We’re definitely not a finesse team and I’m just fine with that.”

Admission to the game is $6 for adults.  Kids under 12 are free.

june 28

cutters out flank cavalry

                                 JEFFERSONVILLE, IN – The Indiana Cutters semi-pro football team started slowly but finished in a frenzy Saturday night routing the Corydon Cavalry by a score of 57 – 6 in Jeffersonville. The win puts the Cutters at 3 - 2 in the Interstate Division of the Minor League Football Alliance. 

 The Cutters scored first and took a 7 – 0 lead only to allow Corydon to score their first points of the season.  At the end of the first quarter the Cutters led by a single point, 7 – 6. The Cutters got untracked in the second quarter and led 28 – 6 at halftime. “We still seemed to be playing slowly,” said Cutters head Coach Aaron Sauter.

The second half was all Cutters. They forced the Cavalry into a safety in the third quarter on a muffed kick-off return.  With thirty seconds to go in the game defensive end Adam Powell scooped up a Corydon fumble and seemed certain to score when he was tackled on the Cavalry 1 yard-line. The Cutters took a knee to run out the clock.

Starting QB Phil Huebschman paced the Cutters with four touchdown throws.  In the end, the Cavalry couldn’t stop either the running or passing game of the Cutters.

The Cutters will not play over the 4th of July weekend. They return to action against the Delaware County Rebels on July 11th at Edgewood High School.

june 25

cutters make their way south for divisional game

                      BLOOMINGTON, IN – The Indiana Cutters semi-pro football team will travel to Jeffersonville, Indiana this Saturday, June 27th to take on the Corydon Cavalry in Minor League Football Alliance action. The game is set for 5:30 pm at the Woehrle Sports Complex.

The Cutters are coming off a 34 – 6 road win over the Indy Assassins last week. That victory put them at 2 – 2 in league play.  The Cutters are in second place in the MLFA Interstate Division. They are ranked 13th overall in the 24-member league.

In their first year, the Cavalry are win less in league play and ranked 23rd in the MLFA. Corydon has yet to score a point in four games.

With injuries in the middle of the season and with a two-hour drive down south, the Cutters look to be light on personnel this week. “This is exactly the kind of game that can sneak up on you,” Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter told his team. “We have to play up to our potential – not down to their level.”

With all the scores and team information published on the internet, there’s no hiding the fact that the Cutters – in their ninth season of play – should beat Corydon by a wide margin. But complacency can set in and surprises can happen.  The Cutters are determined not to relax this week. Otherwise, the two-hour ride back to Bloomington will seem like days.

June 20

Cutters "End" the assassins 

                              INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indiana Cutters beat the Indy Assassins by a score of 34 – 6 in a Minor League Football Alliance game played Saturday night in Indianapolis. The victory put the Cutters back at .500 with a 2 – 2 record. The Assassins fell to 1 - 3 in the Interstate Division of the South Conference.

The Cutters led the whole game and took a halftime lead of 20 – 6 into the locker room. The first half was highlighted by Cutters linebacker Bob Magiera’s 50-yard interception return for a touchdown. 

The Cutters held Indy scoreless in the second half by forcing several turnovers. They broke the game open early in the third quarter when QB Phillip Huebschman threw a 68-yard touchdown pass to Ashton Wilson who made a fingertip catch along the right sideline. 

Cutters win 34-6

“It’s a nice win but we’ve got more work to do,” said Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter.

June 13

CUtters outed by the tri-county braves

                                TRAFALGAR, IN - Cutters lose what seemed to be a close game coming out of the 1st quarter. Ending the quarter with a 0-0 score, the Braves scored 2 minutes into the 2nd quarter. With a quick downpour and going against the wind, the Cutters made a field goal attempt  with 3 seconds left to put some points on the board but came up short from 38 yards. 

The second half opened the doors to the Braves and allowed them to put up 16 more points and stay undefeated with a final score of 23-0. The Cutters fell apart and missed key opportunities that would have kept them in the game and momentum on their side. The Cutters were shut out for the first time in over 2 years. 

June 7

Cutters Veterans Return to Dominate Blitz

                             ELLETTSVILLE, IN –  Nine-year veteran Nick Land returned to semi-pro football on Saturday night and picked up right where he left off in 2014. Land made two interceptions to lead the Cutters to a 30 – 6 over the Miami County Blitz at Edgewood High School. The win made the Cutters an even .500 in Minor League Football Alliance league play at 1-1.

The Cutters led the whole way. They got on the board first with 3:06 left in the first quarter on a 9-yard TD pass from Phillip Huebschmann to Josh Barcus. The PAT by Troy Thomas was good as was his 25-yard field goal with 3:20 left in the second quarter. At halftime, the Cutters were up 10. With the ball to start the second half, the Cutters looked to improve their lead when Cutters running back Antonio Fair was stripped of the ball on the second play from scrimmage. Two plays later Blitz quarterback Nito Luna threw the ball to the right flat and found Land in press coverage. Land tipped the ball to himself and raced 68 yards up the left sideline, out of the grip of Luna, and into the end zone for a touchdown. The PAT by Thomas made it 17 – 0.

Land joined the Cutters during their inaugural year in 2007 and helped lead the team to three league championships in 2008, 2009, and 2013 as a team captain. This year he decided to retire but the “football bug” bit him again. Land started against the Blitz at his familiar position of strong safety. Land’s second interception came with 6:25 left in the game when he picked off Luna again and  returned the ball 10 yards to the Blitz 25 yard line. The Cutters could not covert the turnover into points as they fumbled the ball on third and one at the Blitz 16 yard line.

It seemed to be a night for veterans. QB Robbie Colon replaced Huebschmann in the second half and threw touchdown passes of 7 yards to Trevor Axsom at the end of the third quarter and 5 yards to Jermain Fears in the middle of the fourth quarter. “I just wanted to find a hot quarterback and Colon got hot,” said Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter.

Veteran linebacker Bob Magiera also came out of retirement and played in his first game of 2015.  He keyed a swarming defense that recorded numerous sacks and tackles for loss. The lone bright spot for the Blitz came with 5:02 in the third quarter when running back Ryan Sons broke 3 tackles in the backfield, cut to his left and sprinted 55 yards up the sideline for a score. “I just got out of the way and let them play,” coach Sauter commented at the end of the game.  “This week we cut down on the turnovers and played football.”

Next week the Cutters play the Tri-County Braves at Indian Creek High School in Trafalgar.

may 29

Cutters outmanned in home opener

BLOOMINGTON, IN – The Kentucky Xtreme came from Louisville with twice as many players as the Indiana Cutters and outmanned the home team at Edgewood High School Saturday night winning by a score of 25 - 6. The game was tied 0 – 0 at the end of the first quarter. Six minutes into the second quarter lightning struck and the officials suspended play for an hour until the storm passed. The Xtreme got on the board and led at halftime 7 – 0. 

Neither team scored in the third quarter. However, with several players going both ways the lack of depth began to show for the Cutters. The Xtreme scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter and led with just over two minutes in the game 19 – 0.  With 1:52 left, Cutters QB Phillip Huebschman rolled to his left and heaved a 60 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Nick Basile to cut the lead to 19 – 6. The PAT was blocked.

For the second time in as many weeks the Cutters were forced to kick the ball onside in order to come back late in the game. Cutters kicker Troy Thomas put the ball deeper than he wanted and it was recovered by the Xtreme on their own 38 yard line. Two plays later, Xtreme running back Sergio Spencer broke two tackles in the backfield, avoided two more downfield and raced 62 yards for a touchdown. The 2 point conversion was no good. The touchdown capped the scoring and gave the Xtreme a 25 – 6 win.

“We’re light on personnel but I’ll go to war with the players we have,” said Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter. “They never quit in this game and that says a lot about their character.” 

Next week the Cutters play at home against the Miami County Blitz in a South Conference game in the MLFA. Saturday June 6, Edgewood HS, Ellettsville, IN 47404 @ 7pm. $6.00 admission for Adults and 12 & Under are FREE.

Follow the game LIVE on Twitter @CuttersFooball 

May 28

Cutters to play at home this saturday

The Indiana Cutters open up the  Minor League Football Alliance season this Saturday, May 30th at Edgewood High School. Bloomington’s Semi-Pro Football Team hosts the Kentucky Xtreme. Kick-off is set for 7:00 pm. 

The game is an Interstate Divisional play in the South Conference. The Cutters lost last week in a preseason game against the Marion County Rockets by a score of 22 – 19. The Cutters had a chance to win that game when they recovered an onside kick with just over 3 minutes left in the game but the offense couldn’t move the ball.

The Cutters are winless in the preseason.

The Xtreme hail from Louisville and won the IFL league championship in 2012. Last week the  Xtreme lost to the Indianapolis Tornados in a preseason game played at Arsenal Tech High School. Despite the two preseason losses, Cutters head coach Aaron Sauter remains optimistic. “If we clean up the turnovers and take care of the ball, we can beat anybody in the league.”

Admission for Saturday’s game is $6. Children under 12 are free. For more information, go to or contact Coach Sauter at 317-366-5211.

May 19

Marion County Rockets vs Indiana cutters in preseason matchup 


                             The Indiana Cutters will play the Marion County Rockets in a preseason game this Saturday night, May 23rd at Edgewood High School in Ellettsville. Kick-off is set for 7:00 PM. The Cutters have met the Rockets only once before. Last year the Cutters beat the Rockets in Indianapolis by a score of 18 – 12. The victory secured a spot for the Cutters in the 2014 league. Earlier this year the Rockets were scheduled to host the Cutters at Broad Ripple High School but the game was cancelled because of problems securing the field.

Two weeks ago the Cutters traveled to the south side of Chicago and lost their first preseason game to the Chicago Cardinals by a score of 16 – 6.  “Despite the loss, I was pleased with the defensive performance,” said Cutters head coach, Aaron Sauter.  “We’re hoping the offense moves the ball more effectively this week against the Rockets.”

The Cutters return to Edgewood High School after five years of playing all their home games at Bloomington South. The Cutters compete in the Minor League Football Alliance this year and league rules require that both teams be provided a locker room.  Since Bloomington South could not guarantee two locker rooms the Cutters returned to Edgewood for the 2015 Season.

Admission for Saturday’s game is $5.  Children under 12 are free.  For more information, go to or contact Coach Sauter at 317-366-5211


may 13

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May 10

Indiana Cutters vs Chicago Cardinals recap 5/9/15

1st Quarter – Chicago Cardinals score a safety on a fumbled snap during a punt attempt.

2nd Quarter – Chicago Cardinals score on a run after an extended series.  Chicago Cardinals scored a 2pt. conversion after a PI call on the first PAT attempt. Cutters blocked a punt at the end of the 2nd quarter.  Augustus Scank scored with a rushing TD from the 5 yard line.  Missed on a two point conversion attempt.

3rd Quarter – Chicago Cardinals score on a tipped pass.  

4th Quarter – Both defenses play outstanding football and no points scored.

Overall the Cutters offense struggled to find a rhythm, but did move the ball consistently on the ground and through the air vs. the Cardinals.  The Cutters defense played hard and made several great stops throughout the game.  Outside of the bad snap on a punt at the start of the game for a safety the Cutters played excellent on special teams 

May 7

Cutters travel to chicago for preseason game

              The Cutters are invited to the southeast side of Chicago for what is to be both the Cutters and Cardinals first preseason game of the season. The Chicago Cardinals, out of the Great Midwest Football League (GMFL), has had the last 3 weeks of preseason games cancelled which means both teams are very hungry for a game. Don't be surprised if you see some hard hitting action on Saturday.


Indiana Cutters vs. Chicago Cardinals 7/6 CST Saturday May 9th

Eric Solario High School - 3500 W Norman Bobbins Place Chicago, IL 60632

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April 30

Marion County Rockets run out of fuel 2 days before preseason game

            What was supposed to be the Cutters 2nd preseason game in two weeks, is cancelled by the Rockets. So after a cancellation of last Saturdays game due to thunderstorms and now this Saturdays game, some Cutters players are starting to get really hungry for some football. Cutters Kicker, Andrew Barrett added, "Out of all these guys out here, I'm looking forward to hitting someone more than anyone now. We have been training since January, and we are very hungry for a game and very determined to prove it."

Along with some late arrivals to the team this last week, veteran RB Derek Harris and a Bloomington North native, makes a last minute decision to come back and be a part of the Cutter Family again. "It feels good to be back out here. I love the Cutters atmosphere, it just feels at home. It feels great to play the game I love" says Harris. Players are enjoying the energy Coach Sauter brings with him to practice. The players can't get enough and neither can Coach. 

April 28

Cutters travel to indy for preseason game

              The Indiana Cutters will play the Marion County Rockets this Saturday, May 2nd at Broad Ripple HS on the north side of Indianapolis.

The Cutters are itching to get into action after a preseason game against the Cincinnati Dukes last weekend in Ohio was cancelled due to thunderstorms. 

The teams have met only once before. Last season the Cutters beatr the Rockets at Broad Ripple HS and won 18-12. The victory secured a spot for the Cutters in the 2014 League Playoffs.

"We're looking forward to a good game after a great couple of weeks of practice," said Cutters Head Coach Aaron Sauter. "I'm interested to see how the players respond in game conditions."

Kickoff is set for 5:00 PM

april 25

indiana cutters vs. cincinnati dukes game canceled due to weather (thunder storms) 


April 23

2015 MLFA PreSeason show 

Tonight @7:30 

             Tune in to to check out the preseason rankings and an in depth preview of the MLFA as well as the debute of MLFA Live


April 14

The Indiana Cutters will kick off the 2015 Semi-Pro Season with a preseason game on Saturday, April 25th as they travel to Ohio to play in the Inaugural “Blue Collar Classic” against the Cincinnati Dukes  


                       The Cutters are entering their 9th season under new Head Coach, Aaron Sauter. This year the Cutters compete in the Minor League Football Alliance (MLFA) which consists of teams from Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. The Cincinnati Dukes are entering their 3rd season in the Blue Collar Football League.

Last year the Cutters went 5-7 and lost in the first round of the playoffs, as the Dukes were 2-10 in 2014 and missed their league playoffs.

The Cutters have been practicing twice a week since January. “We want to use this game to see where we are, in terms of preparation for league play”, said Coach Sauter. League play begins on May 30th.

The “Blue Collar Classic” features three games on Saturday at Hamilton High School in Hamilton, Ohio – just north of Cincinnati.

Indiana Cutters vs. Cincinnati Dukes 3:30 pm


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September 8

Cutters’ Season Comes to a Close

    BLOOMINGTON, IN— The Indiana Cutters lost a hard fought battle on Saturday against the number one ranked Ohio Crush with an ending score of 32-27. The Cutters finished their season (5-6).

The first quarter was a back and forth game where each team was getting back into the groove of game play after a long playoff break. The awkwardness was broken when the Crush scored with three minutes left in the first quarter. The Cutters’ offense struggled to find a decent drive and interceptions foiled their chances. The offense managed to score with two seconds left in the first half when quarterback Lyle Feigenbaum connected with Trevor Axsom from 10 yards out. At the end of the first half, the score was 20-6 in the Crush’s favor.

Although the score would be intimidating for most teams, the Cutters were not phased. This team is well-versed in overcoming obstacles and this was just another obstacle for them. The third quarter was another back and forth game only no team scored. The Cutters’ defense made stop after stop to allow more chances for their offense.

The Cutters’ offense kicked it into high gear once the fourth quarter began. Two minutes into the second half, Feigenbaum found Anthony Anchrum with a short three yard pass to make the score 20-12 Crush. The Cutters failed on their two offensive drives while the Crush scored another touchdown making the score 26-12 with 5 minutes left. 

The Cutters are not a team who give up very easily so when the Crush botched a punt, the Cutters took advantage of the field position and scored from five yards out by a catch from Jermaine Fears who also scored the two point conversion making the score 26-20 with 3 minutes left in the game.

The Cutters’ defense came out in normal fashion and stopped the Crush in the backfield which forced them to punt. This set up the Cutters for their last offensive drive of the season after the two minute warning. With 57 seconds left, Feigenbaum threw to Anchrum who juked his way into the end zone on a 30 yard run that tied the game up. Troy Thomas secured the lead with the point-after-attempt putting the Cutters up 27-26. 

It seemed like the Cutters were going to pull out this hard fought battle and advance in the playoffs, but an unexplainable catch by the Crush downfield put them within five yards of a touchdown with only 11 seconds left.  After two attempts in the red zone, the Crush scored on a slant route catch that put them up 32-27. 

With four seconds left in the game, the Cuttes tried one last play with a throw to Anchrum who had a decent run but it wasn’t enough. The Cutters fought tooth and nail for all four quarters and played a full game of football filled with sportsmanship, comradery, and adversity. Although they suffered a hard loss, it was clear this team had grown not only as football players but as men. 

The Cutters will be back in action next season in the CRFL. For more information on the Cutters, go to their website at 


August 30

Cutters Announce 1st Annual Silent Auction! 

August 11

Cutters Earn Playoff Spot

    BLOOMINGTON, IN— The Indiana Cutters have moved on to the playoffs after an 18-12 win over the Marion County Rockets this past Saturday. The Cutters have an even record of 5-5.

The tension in the air as the game began at Broad Ripple High School was evident. There was a lot at stake for both teams and each wanted to make a statement. The Cutters knew what needed to be done and it was just a matter of execution and heart. 

After the Rockets scored first in the second quarter, the Cutters came back even harder on defense. The Cutters’ offense, led by Lyle Feigenbaum, were struggling to finish their drives down the field until the second half when Feigenbaum found Jermaine Fears in the end zone from ten yards out to tie up the score. 

The momentum continued as the Cutters’ defense acquired a safety to put the Cutters ahead 9-6 at the end of the third quarter, but they didn’t stop there. At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the defense got another safety after a well-placed punt from Troy Thomas putting the Cutters ahead 11-6. At this point, the defense was unstoppable,

“Everybody knew their assignment, we flew around, we made plays, and we gang-tackled in the second half and that’s what definitely got us up and going,” said linebacker Bobby Burton.
With another chance to score after a safety, the Cutters’ offense orchestrated an excellent drive that ended with a short run by Derek Harris for a touchdown. The Cutters were up 18-6 with ten minutes left in the game.

“We didn’t panic and we played our game even though we were frustrated because we were moving the ball but couldn’t put it in the end zone,” said Feigenbaum, “We just needed that momentum to score those touchdowns in the second half.”

Although the Rockets ran the kickoff back on the next drive, the Cutters stayed strong and overcame. The defense stayed strong and the Cutters’ offense was able to run out the clock for a victory.

All season long, the Cutters showed heart and never gave in despite the situations they found themselves in time and time again. This game was no different.

“We fought through a lot of adversity this year it’s not secret, and that’s what it took,” said head coach Eric Anderson, “We came together in crunch time and got a team victory.” 

The Cutters have reached what they’ve strived to do all season long, overcome adversity as a team and win. After a three week break, the Cutters hope to take the momentum they’ve gained in this victory to the playoffs to continue to battle to a championship game.

July 31, 2014

Cutters Seek Redemption

    BLOOMINGTON, IN— The Indiana Cutters host the team who handed them their first loss in the first game of the season on this Saturday, The Evansville Enforcers. The Cutters have a record of 4-4 and the pressure is on to make a playoff appearance.

It’s no secret that the Cutters have been waiting for this rematch since they left Enlow Field in Evansville on May 31st. While the Cutters still remain in the top half of the power rankings in the CRFL, the Enforcers are currently ranked first with a record of 6-1. The Enforcers have also secured a playoff spot already. It seems that the Enforcers have only gotten better but the Cutters have as well.

“We are a different team than the first time we played them. We are coming off a great win versus the Renegades and we are eager to see how we stack up to a very good Evansville team,” said head coach Eric Anderson.

At the position the Enforcers are in, as well as, the Cutters, a win over the Enforcers could surely turn some heads. The Cutters have the perfect chance to do just that with this home game. 

Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. at Bloomington South High School on August 2nd. Adults are $6 and children 12 and under are free. We would like all youth football teams to come out and celebrate Saturday’s game with us! Your team and players in attendance will be announced at halftime if you provide the name of your team and the names of the players in attendance. Come support your local semi-pro football team as they protect the house and seek redemption against the Evansville Enforcers.

July 29, 2014

Cutters Victorious on Rain Delay

    BLOOMINGTON, IN— The Indiana Cutters came out with a win this past Saturday against the Indy Renegades with a score of 21-0 after the game was called because of inclement weather in the third quarter. The Cutters no have a record of 4-4 and have kept their playoff hopes alive.

This was the first time the Cutters have faced the Indy Renegades so the first possession was a matter of getting to know each other. Once all the acquaintances were in order, the Cutters went to work. On their next offense drive, the Cutters slowly but successfully drove their way down field until Dominique Robinson ran one in from five yards out to give the Cutters a score of 7-0 with under a little over a minute in the first quarter. The Steel Curtain that is the Indiana Cutters’ defense stayed true to its name and allowed an extreme minimum of yardage for the Renegades. This allowed the Cutters’ offense to do more work and quarterback Lyle Feigenbaum answered with a 65 yard touchdown pass to Anthony Anchrum to put the Cutters up 13-0 with ten minutes to go in the first half. As the Renegades continued to struggle with the Cutters’ defense, Feigenbaum and the Cutters’ offense pushed another touchdown in on another short run from Robinson that put the Cutters up 21-0 at the end of the first half.

After a short halftime to avoid the bad weather, the gameplay could not escape what was to come. With five minutes left in the third quarter the officials called the game and the Cutters were triumphant. For a good chance at playoff appearance the Cutters must win the next two games.

The Cutters look to continue their winning against the Evansville Enforcers who gave them their first loss of the season. The Cutters play at home at Bloomington South High School on August 2nd.  

Cutters Play Crucial Game in Bedford This Week

July 24, 2014    

    BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters take on the Indy Renegades this Saturday at Parkview Intermediate School in Bedford. The Renegades have the same record as the Cutters, 3-4, so that makes this game important for both parties in terms of a playoff appearance.

The Cutters are on a three game losing streak that they’re hungry to break with a potential win over the Renegades. The two teams also share similar losses in that the Renegades have also been beaten by the Evansville Enforcers and the Marion County Crusaders. 

With only three weeks left in the regular season, a few teams have secured a playoff position, but the Cutters are not one of them. The Cutters have to win their next three games to have a reasonable chance at the CRFL playoffs.  They plan on starting this week against the Renegades.

This Satruday's game will mark the first time the Cutters have played in Bedford.  This year the Cutters have two players from Bedford on the team - Cornerback Jake Adams and defensive lineman Cody Medlock.  

Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. at Parkview Intermediate School, 2024 16th Street, Bedford.  Adults are $6 - children 12 and under are free.

July 21, 2014

Cutters Take Frustrating Loss in Ft. Wayne

      BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters lost to the Indiana Cardinals 28-6 this past Saturday. This was the Cutters second consecutive game against an undefeated team this season. Although the Cutters now have a losing record of 3-4, their chances for a playoff appearance are still alive.

The Cardinals controlled the first half and set the tempo of the game with a quick interception which they capitalized on by scoring the first touchdown of the game. The Cutter’s defense had multiple stops but the Cutter’s offense was only able to take advantage of field position once when quarterback L.J. Jones pushed in a touchdown from three yards out. Meanwhile the Cardinals scored two more times off interceptions and fumbles from the Cutter’s offense leaving the score 20-6 at the end of the first half.

The Cutters still remained confident and were determined to take nothing less than a victory at the start of the first half. After the Cutter’s defense successfully forced the Cardinals to punt, it was time for the offense to get on the board again and start their comeback. The Cutter’s confidence and morale took a blow on the second play of their first drive of the second half when L.J. Jones was hit hard and knocked unconscious while running the ball.  Running back Stephen Croom stepped in as quarterback for the remainder of the second half and made an admirable performance but it wasn’t quite enough for a Cutter’s victory. With three minutes left in the game, the Cardinals intercepted the ball again and scored making a final score of 28-6.

Although injury-stricken with a losing record, the Cutters' will hasn’t been broken and they’re still determined to “play like champions”, as head coach Eric Anderson put it. Come support your team, next Saturday against the Indy Renegades at Parkview Middle School, Bedford, IN 47421.

July 17, 2014

Cutters Travel to Ft. Wayne

    BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters football team will travel to Ft. Wayne this Saturday to face the undefeated Indiana Cardinals. This is the second consecutive undefeated team the Cutters will have faced.  Last week the Cutters came from behind at home only to lose the lead to the still undefeated Ohio Crush by a score of 21-15. The Cardinals are currently ranked 1st in the Northwest Division and tied for 6th place in the CRFL power rankings.

After their loss against the Ohio Crush, the Cutters are 3-3 and looking for a win to keep their playoff hopes alive.  Only the top four teams from the Southern Conference will make the playoffs.  The Cutters are currently tied for third place with two other teams - the Marion County Crusaders and the Marion County Rockets.

For the second straight week, the Cutters will  be without starting quarterback Robbie Colon.  Backup quarterback LJ Jones is expected to get the start.

"Every game is a playoff game for us now," according to Cutters head coach Eric Anderson. 

Kickoff is at 4 p.m. at Lakeside Middle School in Fort Wayne.  Fans can follow the game on Twitter @cuttersfootball.

July 12, 2014

Cutters Fall to the Crush

     BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters took their first loss at home to the undefeated Ohio Crush 21-15. The Cutters now have a record of 3-3.

The Cutters came out in the first half ready for a battle and that’s what they got. The Cutters defense was unable to hold the Crush successfully which resulted in the first touchdown of the game. A few crucial mistakes by the offense caused the second touchdown for the Crush on a returned interception. The Cutter’s offense had many key plays that produced big yardage but were unable to get over the goal line. The Cutters came within five yards of a scoring opportunity but the clock ran out at the end of the first half. It was clear that the Crush controlled the pace of the first half.

At the start of the second half, the Cutters came out with their heads up and controlled the ball for almost the entire 3rd quarter which allowed LJ Jones to sneak into the end zone from 3 yards out. After a 2 pt conversion from Stevon Croom the score stood at 14 to 8.   A huge interception by D.J. Sanders on the next drive, kept the momentum going. Following the pick the Cutters came up big on 65 yard pass from quarterback L.J. Jones to Anthony Anchrum that put the Cutters on top 15-14 with ten minutes to go in the game.

For the next 6 minutes the teams were at a stale mate.  After a few punts from both teams the Crush took possession around their own 20.  Behind a couple key 3rd down conversions the Crush drove the ball deep into Cutters territory and scored on a perfectly executed screen pass. After the extra point, the away team gained the lead at 21 to 15.

On the ensuing kick off, Anthony Anchrum gave the Cutters good field position around mid field. The offense picked up a quick first down courtesy of Derek Harris and it looked like the offense would continue to click.  However the Cutters stalled and decided to punt with three minutes left. The coverage team downed Troy Thomas's punt inside 10 yard line.  The defense stood strong once again and forced the punt with just under 2 minutes to go.

Trying to make a play, veteran punt returner Shawon Gray was unable to get a handle on the ball and it was recovered by the Crush. This was the final chance the home team would have, as the Crush took to a knee to ice the game.

The final score of this game alone proved that the Cutters gave the Ohio Crush the hardest game of their season. A few too many mistakes and penalties hindered the Cutters from a victory. After four quarters of football, the Cutters left it all out on the field but came up short.

The Cutters are back in action next Saturday against the Indiana Cardinals at Lakeside Middle School in Fort Wayne. 

July 10, 2014

Cutters to Face Undefeated Crush

     BLOOMINGTON, IN— The Indiana Cutters will face their toughest opponent yet, in the Ohio Crush. The Crush are currently leading the South Conference, are undefeated on the season and rank first in the power rankings for the entire league.

The Cutters are anxious to get back on the field after their tough loss to the Marion County Crusaders two weeks ago. Although the odds may be stacked against Bloomington’s semi-pro football team, the Crush have to travel to Bloomington to face the Cutters. The Cutters know what style they want to play and are undefeated at home.

With the help of the Bloomington community, the Cutters will strive to play their best football yet this season and deliver the Ohio Crush their first loss of the season. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. at Bloomington South High School. Adult tickets are $6 and children 12 and under get in free. Come support your Indiana Cutters!

June 28, 2014

Cutters Lose on the Road

       BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters took a 21-14 loss in Indianapolis this weekend to their rival team, The Marion County Crusaders.

 Both defenses stood strong at the beginning of the game.  At the end of the first quarter, the game was scoreless.  When the second quarter started, the action started to pick up. The Crusaders got on the board first but the Cutters quickly came back and Robbie Colon found Anthony Anchrum in the end zone on a 25 yard pass. 

The Crusaders intercepted the ball late in the second quarter deep in Cutters' territory and scored quickly making the score 14-8 at half.

 In the second half penalties on the Cutters stalled several drives.  However, late in the third quarter Robbie Colon ran the read option play to perfection and scampered off the right side for a 20 yard touchdown.  The Cutters try for 2 failed and the game was knotted up at 14 - 14.

Midway through the fourth quarter the Crusaders recovered a Cutters fumble and moved the ball down to the 10 yard line.  On third and goal the Crusaders completed a fade pass in the left corner of the end zone and took the lead 21-14.

The Cutters defense stiffened and forced the Crusaders to punt from deep in their own territory late in the game.  The Cutters took the ball with just under a minute left in the game and were marching for a tying or winning score.  On third down from the Crusaders 25 yard line Colon lofted a pass into the right side of the end zone intended for Jermaine Fears.  Double coverage by the Crusaders resulted in an interception by safety Monsanto Love.  The Crusaders took a knee to run out the clock and seal the victory.

The loss puts the Cutters at 3 -2 in Crossroads Football League play.  They are tied for third in the South Conference.  The Cutters look to rebound at home on July 12th against the undefeated Ohio Crush.

June 21, 2014

Cutters Trounce Legionnaires

      BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters defeated the Lewisburg Legionnaires this Saturday 54-6. This is the Cutter’s third win in a row since their loss to the Evansville Enforcers in the first game of the season. The Cutters now have a record of 3-1.

The Legionnaires were the first to answer when they recovered their own fumble that was forced by linebacker Bobby Burton. The Cutters weren’t shaken though. The Cutter’s offense scored on every drive after in the first half. Quarterback Robbie Colon first connected with wide receiver Shawon Gray for a touchdown pass from nearly 35 yards out. Then again Colon connected with wide receiver Anthony Anchrum for another touchdown pass from 40 yards out. This same pattern continued throughout the first half when Colon connected with the same wide receivers again before the end of the first half. Two point conversions were added from Derek Harris, Robbie Colon, and Andrew Diesel.

The Cutters came out in the second half even stronger. The Cutter’s defense didn’t allow the Legionnaires to get within at least thirty yards of the endzone while quarterback Lyle Feighenbaum and his offense added on another 16 points. Free Safety Nick Land also tacked on two more interceptions during the game.

The Cutters traveled to Dayton and played four full quarters of football and were able to continue their win streak. The action picks up again next Saturday for the Cutters when they travel to Indianapolis to face the Marion County Crusaders. The Cutters defeated the Crusaders early in the season which started their win streak. The Cutters look to do the same in Indianapolis.   

June 15, 2014

Cutters Grab Another Win at Home

          BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters pulled off another win at home against the Michiana Thunderhawks by a score of 20-7. The Cutters are now 2-1 on the season with a winning record and are headed in the right direction for a successful season.

The Cutters were able to get on the board first by a knuckleball punt that was amazingly caught by linebacker Bob Magiera who ran it back 30 yards. Derek Harris ran in the two point conversion to put the Cutters up 8-0 in the first quarter.

 In the second quarter the Cutters were able to answer again when quarterback Lyle Feigenbaum, in his first start in semi-pro football, connected with wide receiver Jermaine Fears on a 29 yard touchdown pass.  The Cutters were also able to add an onside kick recovery after that drive but were unable to convert.

The Cutters defense stayed true to their “steel curtain” vibe and didn’t allow the Thunderhawks within 20 yards of the goal line in the first half. At the end of the first half the Cutters were supporting a potential shut out with a 14-0 lead.

The Thunderhawks were able to score in just four minutes after the Cutters fumbled the ball at the start of the second half. When a second fumble occurred on the Cutter’s next possession, the defense was able to force a fumble which was recovered by defensive lineman Micheal Cupp. This looked to be the opportunity to for the Cutters to extend their lead but the Thunderhawks intercepted the ball on the next play.

It was a stagnant second half for both teams that showed each defense was stout. However, the Cutters were able put together another successful drive in the fourth quarter. Feigenbaum found wide receiver Andrew Diesel in the end-zone for a 6-yard touchdown pass that put the Cutters up 20-7.

The Cutters move on to play the Legionaires in Dayton, Ohio next Saturday, June 21st. If you would like a play by play of the game, follow the Cutter’s twitter profile: @cuttersfootball. 

June 6, 2014

Cutters Protect the House- Shutout Crusaders

          BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters got their first win of the season against the Marion County Crusaders in a shutout score of 22-0. The Cutters are now have a record of 1-1 on the season.

            The Cutters were very focused on responding appropriately after their first loss of the regular season of the Evansville Enforcer. The team knew what they had to do and they executed successfully. The Cutters started on defense but with only three minutes of play into the game, Safety Nick Land intercepted the ball. Land had two of the four total interceptions on the game. The Cutters were then able to create a drive led by quarterback Robbie Colon who ran the ball in on a 2 yard carry. The Cutters defense came through again and forced the Crusaders to punt the ball to Shawon Gray who ran it back 68 yards for another touchdown, but Gray still wasn’t done. On their next offensive drive, Colon found Gray on a 24 yard pass that put the Cutters up 22-0. This was only the first half.

            When the second half started, the Cutters came out determined to keep the tone they had created in the first half, but a series of flags on both sides of the ball hindered them from doing so. The defense had an impressive stand on the 3 yard line that resulted in the third interception by Justin Carter on a Crusaders fourth down. The team made it very clear that they wanted a shutout.

            The team who played this past Saturday was a completely different Cutters team in all the right ways. They were able to put together several successful offensive drives. They were smart on defense. The most important aspect of this win according to head coach Eric Anderson was that they came together as a team and played four quarters of football.

            The Cutters had their first taste of victory and they won’t be stopping there.

“Good is the enemy of great,” said Coach Anderson,” this is one game and we still have a ton to improve on.”

            The Cutters take on the Michiana Thunderhawks at Bloomington South High School on June 14 and hope to protect the house again.

June 1, 2014

Cutters Take Loss in Season Opener

            BLOOMINGTON, IN—The Indiana Cutters suffered their first loss of the regular season against the Evansville Enforcers last night. After four quarters, the Cutters were only able to drive down the field successfully one time leaving a score of 25-6 in favor of Evansville.

            Although the Cutters have never played Evansville before, they came out and set a tone in the first half. Much like their preseason game, the Cutters had a very strong and promising first half but that momentum slowly died out after halftime. The Enforcers were first to score but the Cutters defense bounced back when their offense struggled. At the beginning of the second quarter, quarterback Robbie Colon connected with wide receiver Trevor Axsom for a 12 yard touchdown pass putting the Cutters behind by only one after a failed two point conversion attempt. It was a gritty back and forth game for the rest of the half, but the Cutters looked like they had enough to pull out a win.

            After the half, it was the as if the Cutters lost their edge. The end result was much like their preseason game against the Indianapolis Tornadoes; same story different game. After a blocked punt by the Enforcers that allowed them to easily score late in the third quarter, it was all downhill for the Cutters. The Enforcers continued to score two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter while the Cutters struggled to find a way down field.

            Perhaps the story of this game isn’t what it appears to be. A first look shows that the Cutters couldn’t stack up to the new Evansville Enforcers, but a look from the inside shows a different result. Veteran Cutters linebacker Andre Key says it was all about intensity.

            “We didn’t come out ready to play from the whistle. We got started a little late and at half time they jumped on us,” says Key, “It was a complete shut out of intensity on their end.”

            The talent of this team is staggering but judging by this game and the opinion of most on the team, the Cutters need to find a way to “gel” as head coach Eric Anderson put it. The story of this game is that the Enforcers weren’t an unbeatable team, but the Cutters are still in the process of finding themselves and ultimately what they truly want out of this season.

            This problem for the Cutters can be fixed.  There’s still ten games to play and a whole summer for the Cutters to mesh as a team and be successful in this league. Despite the negatives of this game, the morale in the locker room showed that this team was already set to improve, move on to their next game, and improve. The resilience of the Cutters makes this season a hopeful one.

The Cutters have a week to recuperate.  They open at home on  June 7th against the Marion County Crusaders at Bloomington South.

May 29, 2014 

Cutters Take on Enforcers for Season Opener

            BLOOMINGTON, IN—Bloomington’s Indiana Cutters open their season in Evansville, Indiana against the Evansville Enforcers this Saturday May 31st at Enlow Field. This is the Cutters first game against a team in the Crossroads Football League (CRFL).

            After coming off of a devastating loss in their pre-season game against the Indianapolis Tornadoes, the Cutters are eager to show the Enforcers and the CRFL how they play football. This will be the first time these two teams have met, but the Cutters know exactly what they need to do.

            “We just have to play the football we know we can play,” says quarterback Robbie Colon, “We need to play smart, composed and put four quarters together.”

            The Cutters have had three weeks since their loss to Indianapolis to prepare for this season opener. The team took their loss and turned it into momentum in practice for a good game against the Enforcers. Although there may be some distractions for the Cutters in their season opener, head coach Eric Anderson has looked past that.

            “There’s no pressure really; it’s just more so anxiousness. Our guys are ready to get back out there after that loss and I’m just really anxious to see how we’re going to come together and respond.”

            Kickoff is set for 7:00 P.M. Evansville time.


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Cutters Suffer Huge Loss in Preseason Game

            The Indiana Cutters were served a devastating 44-0 loss in their preseason game against the Indianapolis Tornadoes yesterday. This was the Cutters first game of the season against a team who isn’t in the Crossroads Football League.

            The first half proved that both teams were very evenly matched. The Cutter’s defense was the first to make a statement when they held the Tornadoes at the 1-yard line and got the ball back after 4th down. However, the Tornadoes were first to draw blood with a 30- yard pass touchdown. The Cutters also lost the very valuable wide receiver, Jahkeen Gilmore, to a possible rib injury. At the end of the first half, the Indianapolis Tornadoes were up 7-0.

            When play continued, the game became a tale of two halves. The Tornadoes scored on their first possession as the Cutters continued to struggle to put together an offense. With their defense also staggering, the bad luck also continued to pile up for the Cutters. The Tornadoes scored three more times in the 3rd quarter. Offensive lineman, Seth Mackin, went down with a massive back injury with five minutes left in the 3rd quarter that required medical transportation to the hospital and fellow offensive linemen Chris Tindell suffered a neck injury at the end of play that also required an ambulance. The Cutters were also forced into a safety and an interception in the second half.

            Bruised and beaten physically, the Cutters never gave up and continued to fight in a game that could be considered a lackluster start to a football season. The Cutters showed their true warrior spirit that demonstrated clearly that this team simply won’t back down no matter what. Head Coach Eric Anderson also showed his warrior spirit when asked what his thoughts were on the game. “There’s a lot to work on, but we would’ve had a lot to work on win or lose so we’ll get back to practicing hard and be ready for the 31st.”

            The Cutters kick off their official first season game when they travel to southern Indiana to face Evansville Enforcers in Evansville at Enlow Field on May 31st. The action starts at 7:00 P.M. Evansville time.


April 16, 2014

Cutter's Pre-Season Game Announced

The Indiana Cutters will play the Indianapolis Tornados in a pre-season game on Saturday, May 10th at Martinsville High School. At halftime, both teams will honor Martinsville High School graduate and the 1996 “Mr. Football”, Israel Thompson. Thompson played for both the Tornados and the Cutters. The May 10th game will be the very first meeting between these two teams - both considered to be at the pinnacle of semi-pro football. The Tornados won the NAFL national championship in 2008. The Cutters won the IFL championship in 2008, 2009, and 2013. Thompson, a running back, played for the Tornados prior to 2007 when he joined the Cutters and played for three years. Thompson hung up his cleats after the 2009 season."Israel Thompson's passion for the game is at the heart of semi-pro football," said Cutters head coach Eric Anderson. "We love this game because it stirs in each one of us that same passion."Pre-game activities begin at 5:00 pm on May 10th. Kick-off is set for 7:00pm.

February 7, 2014

Cutters Combine Set for March 8th

The Cutters will hold their annual pre-season agility combine for all new and returning players. The NFL style combine will test athletes in the bench-press, 40 yard sprint, standing broad jump, and 5-10-5 short shuttle run. Players are asked to wear shorts/t-shirt, and bring both cleats and sneakers. The combine will be hosted from 1-4 pm at an indoor facility on turf located at the "Warehouse" 1525 S Rogers St., Bloomington, IN 47403. There will be a $20 try-out fee that will go towards that person's player fee. Players will also be signing their player contracts and those who wish to pay their player fees may do so at this time. Payment in cash, credit, or check will be accepted. There will be a pig roast for the grand opening of the facility so come hungry for some pork and another championship!

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