FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Indiana HS Football Sectional PairingsOCTOBER 2ND, 2016 JOJO GENTRY EVANSVILLE, INDIANA FOX Sports Indiana announced the high school football sectional pairings Sunday evening. Sectionals kickoff Oct. 21. Matchups are listed below:1ASectional 48Tecumseh vs Linton-StocktonTell City vs North Central (Farmersburg)Perry Central vs North Daviess2ASectional 40Forest Park vs South SpencerNorth Posey vs Mater Dei3ASectional 31Southridge vs Heritage HillsSectional 32Pike Central vs WashingtonMemorial vs Gibson SouthernVincennes Lincoln vs Mount VernonSullivan vs Princeton4ASectional 24Reitz vs BosseOwen Valley vs CentralBoonville vs EdgewoodJasper vs Harrison5ASectional 16North vs CastleThe selection show will replay Monday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. CT on FOX Sports Indiana.Riding to Raise Awareness: The Distinguished Gentleman’s RideOCTOBER 2ND, 2016 LAUREN LESLIE EVANSVILLE, INDIANA Dozens of dapper men riding their classic and custom motorcycles all to raise awareness for prostate cancer on Sunday. The “Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride” is a Worldwide event raising awareness and funds for prostate cancer research.Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men, behind lung cancer. Deaconess Cancer Services, Vantage Oncology and Tri-State Vin-Moto all teamed up sponsoring the event.Heath Crecelius says he’s been riding motorcycles since the age of four and after his father survived prostate cancer, this event simply made sense, “He being a survivor…we’re into motorcycles, it just clicked, it went hand and hand. This is a cause near and dear to my heart, has to do with motorcycles, it’s a win-win so it’s a fun event, a good time and a great cause.”Dozens of distinguished gentleman took off Sunday afternoon from Deaconess Gateway making several stops along the way. Event organizers say they hope the ride continues to grow every year.Evansville Museum Hosts TEDx EventOCTOBER 1ST, 2016 BRADEN HARP EVANSVILLE Evansville museum hosted “TEDxEvansville” Saturday.“TEDx” is an independently funded event featuring speakers from various backgrounds. Organizers say the “TEDx” program is designed to help communities and spark conversation. Today’s event featured speakers discussing patriotism, education, and other social issues.Organizers say speakers from the area are going to be given an even larger platform to spread their ideas than just event-attendees.“About ten speakers here who are giving those talks on things related to their personal and professional lives that are compelling inspiring and interesting and we’re going to take those talks and put them up on YouTube in about a month or so and share them with the rest of the world” organizer Zac Parsons said.The event was held in the Koch Immersive Theater. Organizers say the turnout was great.