Rushville Republican

June 28, 2013

Sports Briefs

Rushville Republican

---- — RCYF coaches meeting

The Rushville Youth Football League will hold a mandatory coaches meeting at 8 p.m. July 8 at Rushville Consolidated High School. This meeting will be utilized to certify all coaches for grades K-6 as part of the league’s association with USA Football. If you have any questions, please contact Doug Marlow at 765-663-2891.

RCYF registration

The Rushville Youth Football League will be holding registration and equipment distribution for grades K-6 from 5 to 8 p.m. July 23 at the Rush County Fairgrounds Community Building. If you have any questions, please contact Doug Marlow at 765-663-2891.

Colts camping at Anderson

The Indianapolis Colts will hold its 2013 training camp at Anderson University in Anderson, with the full squad reporting on July 27. The Colts will return to Anderson for the fourth consecutive year after the team originally spent their summers at the university from their inaugural season in 1984 to 1998. Following training camp, the team will return to the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center to resume football operations.

The 2013 training camp will be located at the Kardatzke Wellness Center/Macholtz Stadium complex located in the Northeast section of the university campus.

The public can access the camp via University Boulevard and 5th Street. Campus signage will be present to direct the public to available parking for the duration of camp.

Entire practices will be open to the public free of charge, however, Anderson University will charge a parking fee for campus visitors.

Cubs 5, Brewers 4

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Yovani Gallardo struggled with his control, and second baseman Rickie Weeks made a crucial error. Then a rally in the ninth inning came up just short.

This was one rough night for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Gallardo lasted just four innings and the Brewers went on to a 5-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday.

Chicago was leading 3-2 when Valbuena reached on a one-out error by Weeks in the fourth. He eventually came around to score on Anthony Rizzo’s two-run single, helping the Cubs take control.

“I have to do my job first,” Gallardo said. “It’s kind of tough for the defense to be ready when I’m out there struggling with my command. I just have to make pitches and whatever happens after that, it’s out of my hands. The guys behind me, they don’t want to make mistakes. It’s not like they’re doing it on purpose.”

Scott Feldman pitched six solid innings for Chicago, which is tied with Milwaukee for last place in the NL Central. Valbuena, Starlin Castro and Brian Bogusevic had two hits apiece.

Feldman (7-6) gave up three runs and six hits in his first victory this season against an NL Central opponent. He retired 11 of his last 14 batters.

“He’ll manage an inning when things start to go a little haywire,” Cubs manager Dale Sveum said. “He ends up giving up one run a lot of times instead of a crooked number. He manages the inning as well as anybody on this team.”