(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Colts have feisty day in camp.  Hoosiers lose defensive end Sykes for season.  Indians come up short against Clippers.  Pacers waive Seraphin.  Fever host Sky on Friday.

>>Colts Have Feisty Day In Camp

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts are hoping for cooler heads at training camp today after a pair of skirmishes on Tuesday.  It was the team’s first day in pads.  Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton and cornerback Vontae Davis had to be separated by teammates.  Hilton later scored a TD on Davis and celebrated afterward.  Davis also got into a tiff with wide receiver Phillip Dorsett.

>>Hoosiers Lose DE Sykes For Season

(Bloomington, IN)  —  The Indiana Hoosiers football team is being dealt a tough blow as they open fall camp today.  Head coach Tom Allen revealed yesterday that defensive end Nile Sykes will miss the entire 2017 season with an undisclosed injury.  Allen didn’t elaborate on the injury other than to say it happened in late summer and Sykes has already had surgery.

>>Indians Come Up Short Against Clippers

(Columbus, OH)  —  The Indians scored twice in the top of the eighth inning to get close, but the rally fell short in a 3-2 loss at Columbus.  Steven Brault struck out seven in six innings, but gave up a three-run homer to Richie Shaffer in the sixth to take the loss.  Christopher Bostick doubled in the two runs for Indianapolis.  The second of the three-game series is tonight.

>>Pacers Waive Seraphin

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Pacers are parting ways with big man Kevin Seraphin after just one season.  The forward/center was waived on Tuesday before his 1.9-million-dollar salary for next season was to become fully guaranteed.  The seven-year veteran averaged 4.7 points and 2.9 rebounds with Indiana last season.  Seraphin has also played for Washington and New York.

>>Fever Host Sky On Friday

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Fever begin a two-game home stretch on Friday as the Chicago Sky invade Verizon Center.  Indiana will also host Minnesota on Sunday.  The Fever are looking to break out of a slump that has seen them lose four in-a-row and nine of their last 10 games.  Indiana and Chicago are both at the bottom of the Eastern Conference with 8-and-16 records.