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Packers pony up versus Colts

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The annual Bishop's Charities Game kicks off at 7:00 PM at Lambeau Field as the Packers meet the Indianapolis Colts.   With this being the third pre-season game, starters for both teams are expected to play the entire first half.   The reigning AFC champs will be a test for the Packers on both sides of the ball.  The Green Bay defense, utilizing several young players because of injury, must deal with Peyton Manning and his passing attack while the Packers offensive line will be challenged by a pair of premier pass rushers in Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis.  NFL rosters must be trimmed to 75 players by Monday.

Dodgers do it again

The Los Angeles Dodgers made it two straight over the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, winning 5-4 on Wednesday night.  Corey Hart and Ryan Braun had run scoring doubles in the 4th inning to give Randy Wolf the lead, but Wolf gave it right back in the 5th.  Los Angeles scored three times, the big hit was a 2 out, 2 run double from James Loney.  The LA bullpen didn't allow a hit over the final three frames.  Wolf (10-10) took the loss going five innings, allowing 4 runs on 7 hits.  The Brewers turn to Yovanni Gallardo to avoid the sweep at home Thursday afternoon.

T-Rats win again

Michael Maresco drove home three runs in leading the Wisconsin TimberRattlers to a 7-4 victory over the Burlington Bees Wednesday night.  Game two of the series is tonight in Iowa.

Terasa makes it 3

50 year old Eddie Terasa of Waukesha became a three time champion of the Wisconsin State Golf Open, outlasting two others in a playoff to win at the Legend at Bristlecone in Hartford.  Terasa shot a pair of 71's in the final 36 holes on Wednesday to finish at 3 under 277.  He won state opens in 1985 and 1995.  Green Bay's Jeff Bisbee tied for 4th at even par 280.

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