Libbey at Scott, 4:30
Bowsher at Rogers, 7
Central Catholic vs. St. John s at UT, 7
St. Francis at Clay, 7
Start at Whitmer, 7
Woodward at Waite, 7
Northern Lakes League
Anthony Wayne at Maumee
Bowling Green at Northview
Perrysburg at Springfield
Southview at Rossford
Suburban Lakes League
Elmwood at Eastwood
Warrren Kennedy at Genoa
Gibsonburg at Otsego
Lakota at Woodmore
McDonald at Danbury
Lima Perry at Northwood
Sidney Lehman at Ottawa Hills
Toledo Christian vs. Cleveland Heights Lutheran East at Central
Stritch vs. Marion Catholic at Northwood
Evergreen at Archbold
Napoleon at Bryan
Wauseon at Delta
Liberty Center at Patrick Henry
Swanton at Montpelier
Midland Athletic League
Cary at North Baltimore
Fremont St. Joe at Tiffin Calvert
Seneca East at Hopewell-Loudon
Mohawk at St. Wendelin
Sandusky Bay Conf.
Clyde at Perkins
Edison at Margaretta
Huron at Oak Harbor
Port Clinton at Sandusky St. Mary
Blanchard Valley Conf.
Arcadia at Van Buren
Liberty-Benton at Arlington
Cory Rawson at Leipsic
McComb at Hardin Northern
Pandora-Gilboa at Vanlue
Green Meadows Conf.
Fairview at Antwerp
Hicksville at Ayersville
Edgerton at Holgate
Tinora at Wayne Trace
Other Northwest Ohio
Bellevue at Galion
Lima CC at Columbus Grove
Defiance at Lima Shawnee
Edon at Burr Oak
Massillon Washington at Findlay
Tiffin Columbian at Fostoria
Cleveland Benedictine at Fremont Ross
Hilltop at North Adams
Ottawa-Glandorf at St. Mary Marys Memorial
Pickerington at Sandusky
Adrian Madison at Sand Creek
Summerfield at Britton-Deerfield
Morenci at Annapolis
Whitmore Lake at Whiteford
Lenawee County Athletic Association
Onsted at Blissfield
Stockbridge at Clinton
Erie Mason at Dundee
Ida at Hudson
Other SE Michigan
Addison at Grass Lake
Chelsea at Adrian
Bedford at Dexter
Monroe at Allen Park
Monroe Jefferson at Airport
Grosse Ile at Monroe St. Mary CC
Tecumseh at Saline
Waite High School will celebrate the 70th anniversary of MOLLENKOPF STADIUM with fireworks at the conclusion of its game tonight against Woodward. There will be no parking available on the east end (practice field area) of the stadium.
Persons interested in becoming a high school WRESTLING OFFICIAL in the Ohio must contact one of the Ohio High School Athletic Association certified trainers in their area before the start of classes. The 25-hour training curriculum starts Oct. 11 in the Toledo area and as early as Oct. 2 in other areas. In the Toledo area, contact Dan Jaksetic at (419) 259-8674. In Oak Harbor area, contact Jim Vreeland at (419) 898-3303. In Defiance area, contact Larry Saxton at (419) 784-4259.
GENOA 170, LAKE 178, OTSEGO 198: G: Winters 38, Smith 43, Gargas 45, Shaner 44, Skees 45, Terry 47. L: Conley 40, Lewis 43, Carr 47, Lowe 48, Duncan 49, Topley 50. O: Weisenborn 46, Davis 48, Bostelman 51, Meeker 53, Goodman 54, Brown 55.
SOUTHVIEW 155, SPRINGFIELD 166: So: Riggs 36, K. Evanoff 38, Pokrywka 40, Colwell 41. Sp: Steiner 40, Anderson 41, Grant 42, Heffelfinger 43. At Stone Oak.
NORTHWOOD 156, MAUMEE VALLEY 167: N: Triggs 36, Coduti 39, Scharer 39, Langenderfer 42. MV: Beck 37, O Connell 42, Mowery 44, Han 44. At Chippewa.
EVERGREEN 166, ARCHBOLD 175: E: Griffith 36, Hiltner 40, Pinkelman 42, Silvestri 48. A: Wilhelm 38, Bernath 41, Enderle 44, Beahl 52. At Spuyten Duyval.
WHITMER 160, ROGERS 189: W: Sparks 38, Johnson 39, Hopkins 41, Duhaime 42. R: Mosley 44, Lewis 47, O Connor 49, Jaquay 49, at Detwiler.
SWANTON 154, LIBERTY CENTER 163: S: Bonifas 37, Lavigne 38, Foore 39, Thomas 40. LC: R. Bonner 38, Sanchez 40, Hesson 41, C. Bonner 44, at White Pines.
NORTHVIEW 162, ANTHONY WAYNE 170: N: D. Treece 39, Ducey 40, Monazahain 41, Yacko 42. AW: Roser 42, Fok 42, Glass 43, Budde 43, at Brandywine CC.
BOWLING GREEN 160, PERRYSBURG 169: BG: Powers 36, Graham 39, Clifford 42, Hallack 43. P: Hoops 39, Early 40, Harmon 41, Bryson 49, at Belmont CC.
ST. FRANCIS 159, START 164, CLAY 169: SF: Kirk 38, Burganski 40, McKernan 40, Kontak 41. S: Reny 39, Denton 41, Hintz 42, Harmon 42. C: Juhasz 40, Brower 42, Morse 42, Hafner 45. At Ottawa Park.
NWOGGL: Whitmer 196, Central Catholic 214, Southview 216, Cardinal Stritch 231, St. Ursula 236, Patrick Henry 289, Rossford 300, Start 307. Individuals: Bree Kiel (So), 44; Beth Slusher (W), 46; Abbie Daney (CS), 48; Courtney Napierala (So), 48; Katie Sprunk (CC), 49. At Sylvania Country Club.
GLASS CITY GIRLS TOUR: Lima CC 174, St. Ursula 191, Clay 207, Northview 207, Defiance 220, Perrysburg 225, Notre Dame 227. Individuals: wwMegan Bader, Lima CC, 41; Clare Huffman, Lima CC 41; Stephanie Krieg, Lima CC 41; Leanna Pickerel, Genoa 45. At Bowling Green.
MAUMEE VALLEY 4, TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 1: MV: Sackmann 3, Aliakbar. TC: Moore.
PERRYSBURG 3, FINDLAY 2: P: Retick, Bohenkamp, Muir. F: Snook 2.
SWANTON 0, START 0
NORTHVIEW 3, WHITMER 0: N: Taylor, Frogameni, Peace.
ST. JOHN S 1, MAUMEE 1: SJ: Smith. M: Albright.
ANTHONY WAYNE 6, CENTRALCATHOLIC 0: AW: Bucher 3, Cook, Mangotic, Mezinko.
OTSEGO 2, ROGERS 0: O: Evans, Svanberg.
Genoa 2, Lake 1: G: Boss 2. L: Mathews.
WAUSEON 2, LAKE 2: W: Frey, Bowsher. L: Taylor, Mathrews
NOTRE DAME 5, BOWSHER 0: Majdalani d. Baker, 6-0, 6-1; Jorgensen d. Laberdee, 6-1, 6-1; Schill d. O Leary, 6-1, 6-2; Mehta-Fournier d. Anderson-Corifo, 6-0, 6-0; Bragg-Belanger d. DiNardo-DiNardo, 6-0, 6-0.
LIBBEY 5, SCOTT 0: Moore d. Sample, 6-0, 6-0; Matthews d. Barnes, 6-3, 6-3; Campbell d. Sample, 6-0, 6-0; Jones-Dillon d. Turner-Sample, 6-3, 6-2; Libbey wins second doubles by default.
CENTRAL CATHOLIC 4, WAITE 1: Richard (CC) d. B. Gwin 6-2, 6-2; Morris (W) d. Bates 1-6, 6-4, 6-1; Villegas (CC) d. Pecina 6-0, 6-2; Candice Bedard-Florian (CC) d. White-Mazza 6-1, 6-0; Quinn-Zemanski (CC) d. Thomas-K. Gwin 6-3, 6-1.
ANTHONY WAYNE 4, MAUMEE 1: Diegel (M) d. McCormick 2-6, 6-2, 6-4; Modrowski (AW) d. Syrnichenko 6-2, 6-3; Accettola (AW) d. Michalak 7-5, 6-2; C. Johnson-Rollins (AW) d. Myers-Kainkaid 6-1, 6-1; Cobry-K. Johnson (AW) d. Stachowiak-King 6-1, 6-0.
ST. URSULA 5, START 0: O Connell d. Reasonover, 6-0, 6-0; Leonard d. Klein, 6-0, 6-0; Marino d. Eggostofer, 6-0, 6-0; O Loughlin-Davis d. Green-Majewski, 6-0, 6-0; Smith-Masters d. Geniti-Vail, 6-1, 6-0.
WHITMER 4, ROGERS 1: Burghardt (R) d. Barton 6-0, 6-4; Wainscott (W) d. E. Early 5-7, 6-4, 6-3; Seybold (W) d. Reid 6-1, 6-0; Lord-Rowell (W) d. Hettle-Szirony 6-0, 6-1; McDonald-Lagger (W) d. Cummings-M. Early 6-0, 6-1.
FREMONT ROSS 4, OTTAWA HILLS 1: Michaels (FR) d. Jain 7-5, 6-0; Bhumbra (OH) d. Hamilton 6-2, 6-3; Tin (FR) d. Geha 6-1, 6-4; Hasselbach-Clarke (FR) d. Ballard-Chahal 7-6, 7-2, 63; Barron-Pickerel (FR) d. Robbins-Reising 6-4, 2-6, 6-1.
ARCHBOLD 4, TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 1: Sauder (A) d. McGraw 6-4, 6-3; Louis (A) d. Fischer 7-6, 3-6, 6-3; Munn (A) d. Lepkowski 6-1, 6-0; Emmenecker-Martin (TC) d. Brader-Johnson 6-2, 6-1; Maxwell-Gautsche (A) d. Seibert-Simon 6-1, 7-6.
Monroe CC 15-22-10-7--54
New Boston Huron 4-14-2-4--24
MONROE CC: Langton 1-0-2, H. Flynn 2-3-7, Holden 2-0-4, Steichen 1-1-0-5, A. Flynn 2-0-4, A. Terrasi 0-2-2, B. Terrasi 1-1-3, Lehmann 3-1-7, LaBeau 3-3-1-16, Maletich 1-2-4. Totals: 16-4-10-54.
NEW BOSTON HURON: Richards 4-2-10, Appleby 3-0-6, Vitale 0-2-2, Surowiec 1-0-2, Edwin 2-0-4. Totals: 10-4-24.
Doug Denno, Jug s 257-300-204-761
Jack Dickason, Jug s 300-233-208-741
Joe Hessling, Jug s 214-213-300-727
Craig Brubaker, Timber 300-200-212-712
Men (750 or better)
Mike Jagielski, Jug s 769
Ed Rogers, Interstate 763
William Davis, University 761
Steve Jakubowski, Jug s 758
Terry Sobczak, Interstate 756
Robert Flunder IV, University 756
Bob Parisien IV, Jug s 754
Fred Cerrone, Jr., Interstate 751
Women (650 or better)
Patricia Rettig, Interstate 705
Tracy Autman, Interstate 704
Jennifer Lizcano, Jug s 675
Lorinda McCalebb, Jug s 654
Genoa d. Woodmore, 25-17, 25-13, 25-17
Springfield d. Southview, 25-15, 25-8, 25-19.
Cardinal Stritch d. Northwood, 25-19, 25-10, 25-17.
Toledo Christian d. Ottawa Hills, 18-25, 25-11, 25-19, 25-11
Bowling Geeen d. Perrysburg, 25-22, 18-25, 25-18, 23-25, 16-14
Swanton d. Evergreen, 25-23, 25-14, 22-25, 25-23.
Maumee d. Anthony Wayne, 25-16, 25-17, 25-19
Governors Cup Championship
Buffalo 5, Richmond 4, Buffalo leads series 2-1
Toledo at Eastern Michigan, 6
UCF at Penn State, noon
N. Illinois at Iowa State, 12:30
Marshall at Georgia, 1
SE Missouri at Central Michigan, 1
Ball State at Missouri, 2
Ohio at Miami, 2
Western Michigan at Illinois, 2
Akron at Virginia, 3
Kent State at Rutgers, 7
Buffalo at Nevada, 9
Big Ten Conference
San Diego State at Michigan, noon
Ohio State at North Carolina State, 3:30
UCF at Penn State, noon
Kansas at Northwestern, 2
Wisconsin at Arizona, 4
Notre Dame at Michigan State, 7
Indiana at Kentucky, 7
Iowa at Arizona State, 10
Cent. Conn. St. 30, St. Peter s 15
California at Southern Miss., ppd.
Connecticut at Boston College, 8
William & Mary at New Hampshire, Noon
UCF at Penn St., Noon
Nebraska at Pittsburgh, Noon
Cincinnati at Syracuse, Noon
Maryland at West Virginia, Noon
Holy Cross at Harvard, 12:30
Albany, N.Y. at Brown, 1
Dartmouth at Colgate, 1
College of N.J. at La Salle, 1
Richmond at Massachusetts, 1
Valparaiso at St. Francis, Pa., 1
James Madison at Villanova, 1
Stony Brook at Wagner, 1
Georgetown, D.C. at Duquesne, 1:30
Monmouth, N.J. at Robert Morris, 1:30
Iona at Sacred Heart, 2
Florida A&M at Temple, 2
Cornell at Bucknell, 7
Fordham at Columbia, 7
West Chester at Delaware, 7
Lafayette at Princeton, 7
Kent St. at Rutgers, 7
Duke at Virginia Tech, Noon
Charleston Southern at Jacksonville, 12:30
Vanderbilt at Mississippi, 12:30
Bethune-Cookman at Grambling St., 1
Louisiana Tech at Miami, 1
Tennessee Tech at VMI, 1
W. Illinois at Hampton, 1:30
The Citadel at Appalachian St., 2
Delaware St. at Elon, 2
Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee, 3
Savannah St. at S. Carolina St., 3
LSU at Auburn, 3:30
Alcorn St. at Howard, 4
Ark.-Pine Bluff at Alabama St., 5
Jacksonville St. at Chattanooga, 6
Furman at Gardner-Webb, 6
Georgia Tech at North Carolina, 6
UAB at Florida St., 6:30
N. Carolina A&T at Wake Forest, 6:30
W. Carolina at Alabama, 7
Tenn.-Martin at Austin Peay, 7
Wofford at Georgia Southern, 7
Lehigh at Liberty, 7
Maine at Mississippi St., 7
Butler at Morehead St., 7
Texas Southern at Northwestern St., 7
South Florida at South Carolina, 7
Jackson St. at Tennessee St., 7
Louisville at Tulane, 7
MVSU at Alabama A&M, 7:30
W. Kentucky at E. Kentucky, 7:30
Texas A&M-Kingsville at Nicholls St., 7:30
Youngstown St. at McNeese St., 8
Florida at Tennessee, 8
Yale at Dayton, 1
Wis.-Platteville at Drake, 2
Murray St. at Indiana St., 2
Louisiana-Lafayette at Kansas St., 2
Stephen F.Austin at N. Iowa, 5
Carson-Newman at N. Dakota St., 7
William Penn at S. Illinois, 7
Union, Ky. at SW Missouri St., 7
E. Illinois at Illinois St., 7:30
W. Oregon at S. Dakota St., 8
TCU at Texas Tech, 12:30
Oregon at Oklahoma, 3:30
Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas, 7
Memphis at Arkansas St., 7
SMU at Oklahoma St., 7
Montana at Sam Houston St., 7
Clemson at Texas A&M, 7
SE Louisiana at Texas State, 7
Navy at Tulsa, 7
Army at Houston, 8
Southern U. at Prairie View, 8
Hawaii at Rice, 8
Boise St. at UTEP, 9
North Texas at Colorado, TBA
Air Force at UNLV, TBA
Idaho St. at N. Colorado, 2
Cal Poly-SLO at Montana St., 3
Wisconsin at Arizona, 4
New Mexico at Oregon St., 4
Penn at San Diego, 4
Morgan St. at San Jose St., 5
Idaho at Washington St., 5
Utah at Utah St., 7
UCLA at Washington, 7
UC Davis at Weber St., 7:30
Troy St. at New Mexico St., 8
Cent. Washington at E. Washington, 9
Iowa at Arizona St., 10
Southern Cal at BYU, 10
Minnesota at Colorado St., 10
Portland St. at Fresno St., 10
S. Utah at Sacramento St., 10
CLEVELAND INDIANS Placed RHP Kazuhito Tadano on the 60-day DL.
MINNESOTA TWINS Signed a two-year affiliation agreement with Beloit of the Midwest League.
LONG ISLAND DUCKS Signed RHP Bill Simas and LHP Matt Beech.
ACES Traded C Jason Torres to Pennsylvania of the Atlantic League for a player to be named.
National Basketball Association
CHARLOTTE BOBCATS Signed G Steve Smith.
American Basketball Association
GEORGIA Announced the team nickname will be Reigning Knights.
GWINNETT GWIZZLIES Named Brooke Steppe coach and Darrell Hairston and Jeff Bernstein assistant coaches.
LOS ANGELES STARS Signed G-F Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Jr.
National Basketball Development League
FAYETTEVILLE PATRIOTS Named Mike Brown coach.
National Football League
MINNESOTA VIKINGS Signed S Omare Lowe to the practice squad.
NEW YORK JETS Signed DT Daleroy Stewart. Waived RB Jonathan Reese.
GRAND RAPIDS RAMPAGE Named Michael Baker offensive coordinator and youth development director.
National Hockey League
ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS Agreed to terms with C-RW Ryan Getzlaf and RW Corey Perry on three-year contracts.
BOSTON BRUINS Assigned G Hannu Toivonen, D Kevin Dallman, D Milan Jurcina, C Brad Boyes, LW Martin Samuelsson and RW Colton Orr to Providence of the AHL.
CALGARY FLAMES Signed D Anders Eriksson and D Dion Phaneuf.
FLORIDA PANTHERS Signed RW Anthony Stewart to a three-year contract.
NEW JERSEY DEVILS Assigned G Scott Clemmensen, D David Hale, G Ari Ahonen, G Matus Kostur, D Bobby Allen, D Alex Andreyev, D Alex Brooks, D Phil Cole, D Matt DeMarchi, D Anton Kadeykin, D Teemu Kesa, D Krisjanis Redlihs, D Ray Schultz, D Steven Spencer, F Brett Clouthier, F Justin Dziama, F Adrian Foster, F Sam Ftorek, F Cam Janssen, F Eric Johansson, F Ivan Khomutov, F Frank Littlejohn, F Ken Magowan, F Ryan Murphy, F Ahren Nittel, F Zach Parise, F Tuomas Pihlman, F Ilkka Pikkarainen, F Pascal Rheaume, F Rob Skrlac, F Aleksander Suglobov, F Joey Tenute and F Aaron Voros to Albany of the AHL.
WASHINGTON CAPITALS Named Ray Payne pro scout.
JOHNSTOWN CHIEFS Re-signed D P.L. Courchesne and LW Richard Paul.
LAS VEGAS WRANGLERS Announced a one-year affiliation agreement with the Calgary Flames.
Major League Soccer
UTAH Named Steve Pastorino general manager.
HOFSTRA Named Anthony Crocitto women s assistant basketball coach.
SACRED HEART Named C.J. Emanuelson men s volleyball coach and women s assistant volleyball coach.