VIDEO: The Colts are back in action Sunday, traveling to the desert to take on the suddenly surging Arizona Cardinals. Herald Bulletin sports reporter George Bremer breaks down the keys to the game.
Week 12: Colts-Cardinals preview
- Rick Bramwell: Leaving my heart in San Francisco Last week my daughter, Jourdan, and I took the road trip of a lifetime. We took Interstate 80 through Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada all the way to California. Last Friday, I left my daughter and my heart in San Francisco.
Weins aids Eagles' bonding process
Contrary to popular belief, sometimes numbers do lie. Logan Weins surrendered nine hits and seven runs in the final start of his high school career — a sectional championship loss against Class 2A state champion Wapahani — and nobody argues those figures. But they don't tell the whole story.
- Ken de la Bastide: Team alliance could bring NASCAR changes Whether they like it or not NASCAR officials could be looking at changes in how television and sponsor money is divided with competitors and efforts to reduce costs of the sport.
Valley View bucks trend, reopens
This is not the way things have been going these past several years for The Golf Courses of Madison County.
George Bremer: Pagano's tale has big-screen potential
I'm picturing Billy Bob Thornton. Or perhaps Stephen Lang, who's probably best known for playing the bad guy in "Avatar." Sorry. I'm getting a little ahead of myself. "Sidelined," the new book by Chuck Pagano and agent/author Bruce A. Tollner reads so much like a treatment for a classic sports movie that you can't help but begin casting the starring role of the Indianapolis Colts head coach in your head.
- Norton dominates Outlaws Indianapolis driver R. J. Norton Jr. is no stranger when it comes to winning Outlaw Figure-8 racing at Anderson Speedway.
- Last-lap pass gives Jones win in Winchester Brandon Jones only led a portion of the final lap, but it was the last few yards to capture the Herr’s Chase the Taste 200 for the ARCA Series at Winchester Speedway on Sunday.
- Atkinson scores late model win New Castle’s Jason Atkinson inherited the lead with three laps remaining, when leader Jeff Marcum spun, to capture the CRA/McGunegill Engine Performance Late Model feature at Anderson Speedway on Saturday night.
Repeat for Benefiel
It might not have been the season that she envisioned, but it was a mark worth honoring.Pendleton Heights’ Bailey Benefiel put up some spectacular numbers and earned the nod as The Herald Bulletin’s Softball Pitcher of the Year — repeating the award she also won a season ago.
- AHS' Taylor signs to play pro hoops in Canada Just a few months after successfully kickstarting a semi-pro basketball team in his hometown, Troy Taylor is ready to begin his individual professional career. The former Anderson High School star has signed to play for the London Lightning in the National Basketball League of Canada, choosing the franchise after a brief bidding war with the Brampton A's.
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