INDIANAPOLIS - A southern Indiana school got anything but a warm welcome to the state soccer championships in Indianapolis.
The girls soccer team from Our Lady of Providence High School in Clarksville had 15 iPads, a uniform and some gear stolen from their bus Friday night as they dined at an Indianapolis restaurant.
The team's coach, Dave Smith, told RTV6 he wouldn't let the crime distract the team from their championship game.
"We're not letting it be (distracting). We're not allowing it to be. It's mind over matter," Smith said.
The thieves made away with an estimated $10,000 worth of iPads. The team lost in the championship to Mishawaka Marian.