The Herald Bulletin

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Sports

April 18, 2013

Manning's return, 4 prime time dates highlight Colts sked

ANDERSON, Ind. — Sept. 8    vs. Oakland Raiders    1 p.m.

Colts welcome Matt Flynn and the Raiders for their first home opener since 2009

Sept. 15    vs. Miami Dolphins    1 p.m.

Andrew Luck set a rookie record with 433 passing yards against the Fins last year

Sept. 22    at San Francisco 49ers**    4:25 p.m.

Luck returns near college home to face “Captain Comeback” Jim Harbaugh and the NFC champs

Sept. 29    at Jacksonville Jaguars*    1 p.m.

CB Darius Butler had three takeaways and one TD in a 27-10 win at Jacksonville in 2012

Oct. 6    vs. Seattle Seahawks**    1 p.m.

Luck meets fellow 2012 rookie sensation Russell Wilson in a battle of Young Guns

Oct. 14    at San Diego Chargers    8:40 p.m.

Luck makes his Monday Night Football debut against Philip Rivers and the Bolts

Oct. 20    vs. Denver Broncos**    8:30 p.m.

Peyton Manning’s homecoming is the backdrop for Luck’s first go-around on Sunday Night Football

Nov. 3    at Houston Texans* **    8:30 p.m.

Following the bye week, Colts play third straight prime time game at two-time AFC South champs

Nov. 10    vs. St. Louis Rams    1 p.m.

Luck and Sam Bradford square off in a battle of former No. 1 overall draft picks

Nov. 14    at Tennessee Titans*    8:25 p.m.

The annual NFL Network Thursday nighter takes place at the site of Vick Ballard’s famous dive in 2012

Nov. 24    at Arizona Cardinals    4:05 p.m.

Former offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and the Cards host the Colts for the 1,000th game in franchise history

Dec. 1    vs. Tennessee Titans*    1 p.m.

Adam Vinatieri’s two fourth-quarter field goals helped Indy sweep the Titans at LOS in 2012

Dec. 8    at Cincinnati Bengals**    1 p.m.

The Colts make their second trip in three seasons to the Queen City to face the young Bengals

Dec. 15    vs. Houston Texans* **    1 p.m.

Indy has ruined playoff seeding for the Texans in each of the past two seasons at LOS

Dec. 22    at Kansas City    1 p.m.

The Colts travel to meet Andy Reid and the new-look Chiefs in the penultimate game of the season

Dec. 29    vs. Jacksonville Jaguars    1 p.m.

Indy closes the campaign against a Jaguars team it hasn’t defeated at home since 2010

Preseason Schedule: Aug. 11 vs. Bills; Aug. 18 at Giants; Aug. 24 vs. Browns; Aug. 29 at Bengals

Bye week -- Oct. 27

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  • Lady Ravens refusing to lose

    The Anderson University softball team swept Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Transylvania University on Saturday at Raven Field to finish a perfect 8-0 at home this season.

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  • Arabians win third straight County softball title It was a scenario Pendleton Heights had seen before. The game was scoreless late into the championship game of the Madison County softball tournament.

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  • Bulldogs rally past Eagles at Muller Kallen Brooks went 3-for-3 with two RBIs, including a walk-off double in the eighth inning, and Lapel rallied to defeat rival Frankton 3-2 on Saturday at Memorial Field.

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  • Eagles stop Lions to claim third place Frankton's Tia Sharp drove in three runs including the game-winner in the bottom of the sixth as the Eagles defeated Liberty Christian 11-1 here Saturday.

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  • PH pushes across only run in 7th

    After Frankton's Kyleigh Garner and Pendleton Heights' Bailey Benefiel battled one another to a standstill from the pitcher's circle for six innings, it took one mistake in the seventh to decide the outcome.

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  • SPT - HB0419 - County track - 116 Arabians sweep track titles again Beautiful sunshine and warm temperatures greeted the competitors at the Madison County track meet Friday at Madison-Grant. The Pendleton Heights boys and girls teams were looking to take the county for the third year in a row, but Anderson and Lapel had other ideas. It started off as a record-setting meet and finished with a bang as Pendleton was able to wrap up both titles. The girls held off a stiff challenge from Lapel to win 167.5-147, and the boys took the final event of the night to squeak out a 156.5-148.5 win over Lapel.

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  • Arabians clip Eagles, go for Muller repeat The competitive feeling at Pendleton Height’s Bill Stoudt Field quickly faded Friday during the semifinals of the Nick Muller Memorial Baseball Tournament. The Arabians once again took advantage of the opposing team’s generosity as Frankton pitchers gave up six walks and hit five batters, and Pendleton Heights took the 14-3 victory.

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  • Arabians win County net title with 5-0 shutout

    An intriguing battle awaited and there was no indication what the team scores would be. Considering the Frankton Eagles had home court advantage, the Pendleton Heights Lady Arabians came hungry for the Madison County tennis title. Pendleton aced a 5-0 win and came away with the crown.

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  • Indians scratch back into Muller final A young and inexperienced Anderson team again proved its mettle Friday in the semifinals of the Nick Muller Memorial Baseball Tournament. The Indians (2-3), playing without several expected starters to open the season, clawed out a 10-6 victory against Lapel (2-2) at Memorial Field to advance to the championship game for the 10th time.

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