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September 4, 2013

Sports briefs, Sept. 4

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Lewis Cass baseball plans alumni games

WALTON — The 18th annual Lewis Cass baseball alumni doubleheader is scheduled for Saturday at the Kings’ diamond. The game will feature odd-year graduates vs. even-year graduates. There will be two seven-inning games played with a cookout in between.

The agenda shows sign-in, stretching and throwing from 6-6:20 p.m. followed by HR-hitting and strike-throwing contests from 6:20-6:45 and outfield/infield fungo routine from 6:45-6:55. Following player intros, game one will begin at 7 p.m.

NW Youth Organization plans monthly meeting

The Northwestern Youth Organization will hold its monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the high school library. The agenda includes election of officers.

Colts trade Rayford, cut ties with Boyett

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis promoted tight end Dominique Jones to the active roster and signed rookie tight end Justice Cunningham to the practice squad Tuesday.

The moves came shortly after the Colts traded rookie linebacker Caesar Rayford to the Dallas Cowboys for a conditional draft pick. Rayford led Indy with five sacks in the preseason.

Jones played in four games and made one catch last season with Indy but was waived Saturday.

Earlier Tuesday, Indy released rookie safety John Boyett, a sixth-round pick, one day after he was arrested on three charges including public intoxication.

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