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Jack Doyle, other Colts hit the lanes for a good cause

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – On Monday, the Colts celebrated their victory Monday with a little friendly competition. Several members of the blue and white, hit the lanes to support their teammate and Indianapolis native Jack Doyle.

The players laced them up Monday night to participate in the second annual Jack Doyle All-Star Bowl event.

The Cathedral grad and current Colts tight end along with 20 of his teammates competed with fans in a fundraising event benefitting the Dayspring Center, a family emergency shelter that helps homeless families with children in central Indiana.

Doyle and several other Colts spoke with our Olivia Ray about why this cause is so important to them.

Doyle said, “Casey and I just, we just fell in love with the kids and I don’t know how you cut it. So, it’s great to be back out here after you know last year we had to kind of do a virtual thing and, and the guys always have a lot of fun coming out and supporting this because you know there’s a lot of trash talking about who’s the best bowler.”

Tight end Mo Alie-Cox said, “It’s great to come out, give up, give back, and whenever Jack supports something, I’ve been with him for five years now, so come out and support him and also support the cause.”

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