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Updated: 09/04/2013 08:00:41AM

Indians seeking revenge Friday against Manatee

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Venice head coach John Peacock said the Indians will need quarterback Dom Marino to outplay Manatee's Josh Meyer Friday night. "If Marino has a real good game, I think we'll have a good chance," Peacock said.

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The Indians will need a big game from running back Terry Polk, who has accounted for 433 yards in Venice's two games this season.

By ROB SMITH

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The Venice Indians’ 2012 football season ended in just about the worst way imaginable, on the receiving end of a 56-7 thumping at the hands of Manatee in the 7A regional semifinal.

Venice doesn’t have to worry about getting past the Hurricanes in the playoffs anymore, as the Indians have dropped down a class to 6A. Still, the sting from allowing 56 points in each of last year’s meetings hasn’t gone away, and the Indians are optimistic they’ll be able to turn the tables when the teams meet in Bradenton Friday.

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