Hononegah Wins Game, Loses Land

Hononegah Wins Game, Loses Land

Chief Hugging Bear, seen here after reclaiming the land currently known as Hononegah Football Field.

Rockton, IL – The final whistle of Friday Night’s game sounded the end of a battle between the Harlem Huskies and the Hononegah Indians in a home victory for the Indians by a score of 28 to 18. But there were more important things on the mind of Bob Loblaw. His son is the starting weak side linebacker for the Indians and was met on the field by a group of local descendants of the Potawatomi Indians.

“At first we thought it might be some kind of school production,” said Bob Loblaw, “But my son just stood there as Chief Hugging Bear trampled the entire defense. They didn’t know what to do, there’s nothing in the playbook for this. No audibles, nothing. As my son was airlifted to the hospital I could see he was disappointed, you know, that he let me down. I just told him to try harder next time.” Parents stood in awe as the group of Indians on horseback reclaimed the land.

After players were removed from the field the Potawatomi assembled and set up tents, told stories into the night, and built fires on the 50 yard line. “This is them claiming the land, and whether it is legal or not, we are unsure at this point,” John Black III an attorney representing the school stated via phone this morning. “I thought they were a Fox River Tribe. I am skeptical whether this will hold up in court.”

As of Saturday morning, the tribe is still dwelling on the football field at Hononegah High and seeing little resistance. Chief Hugging Bear has issued a statement to RKFD News claiming, “We are people of the place of the fire. We will command this region once more. When the dawn beckons the evil man and white bird to the shore of the Sun we shall see him perish at the feet of the beast.”

If you can make head or tail out of this statement by Chief Hugging Bear please contact us.



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