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Published: Thursday, 11/25/2004

Prep basketball, football, bowling

BOYS BASKETBALL

(All games at 7:30 unless noted)

City League

TOMORROW

Springfield at Bowsher

Central Catholic at Northview

Stritch at Clay

Libbey at Sandusky

Whitmer at Southview

Woodward vs. Logan at Zanesville tourney, 6:15

SATURDAY

Cleveland Collinwood at Libbey

Rogers at Findlay

Toledo Christian at Start

Fremont Ross at St. John s

Otsego at Waite

Woodward at Zanesville tourney, 6:15 or 8

Northern Lakes League

TOMORROW

Bowling Green at Fremont Ross

Rossford at Lake

SATURDAY

Springfield at Anthony Wayne

Bowling Green at Southview

Maumee at Northview

Perrysburg at Rossford

Suburban Lakes League

TOMORROW

St. Wendelin at Elmwood

Oak Harbor at Genoa

Gibsonburg at Danbury

Port Clinton at Woodmore

SATURDAY

Van Buren at Elmwood

Port Clinton at Genoa

Lake at Oak Harbor

Lakota at Old Fort

Liberty-Benton at Woodmore--resked to Feb. 8

TAAC

TOMORROW

Ottawa Hills at Liberty Center

Holgate at Toledo Christian

SATURDAY

Ottawa Hills at Edon

Emmanuel Baptist at Monclova Christian

NWOAL

TOMORROW

Northwood at Swanton

SATURDAY

Wauseon at Archbold

Bryan at Van Wert

Delta at Pettisville

North Central at Evergreen

Tinora at Liberty Center

Hicksville at Montpelier

Midland Athletic League

TOMORROW

Bettsville at Crestline

Riverdale at Carey

Vanlue at Hopewell-Loudon

Van Buren at North Baltimore

Seneca East at Monroeville

Sandusky St. Mary at Tiffin Calvert

SATURDAY

Bettsville at Vanlue

St. Wendelin at Sandusky St. Mary

Mansfield St. Pete at Fremont St. Joe

Hopewell-Loudon at Cory-Rawson

Mohawk at Wynford

Margaretta at New Riegel

Seneca East at Edison

Sandusky Bay Conf.

TOMORROW

Clyde at Tiffin Columbian

Edison at New London

Huron at Norwalk St. Paul

Margaretta at Western Reserve

Perkins at Norwalk

Sandusky St. Mary at Tiffin Calvert

SATURDAY

Clyde at Norwalk

Huron at Bellevue

Margaretta at New Riegel

Blanchard Valley

TOMORROW

Hardin Northern at Temple Christian

McComb at Ayersville

SATURDAY

Ada at Arlington

Hardin Northern at Columbus Grove

Leipsic at Holgate

Bluffton at McComb

Allen East at Pandora-Gilboa

Green Meadows Conf.

TOMORROW

Fairview at Edgerton

Tinora at Miller City

Woodlan at Wayne Trace

SATURDAY

Antwerp at Fayette

Ft. Jennings at Ayersville

Stryker at Edgerton

Fairview at Napoleon

Leipsic at Holgate

Parkway at Wayne Trace

Buckeye Border Conf.

SATURDAY

Stryker at Edgerton

Putnam County League

FRIDAY

Arlington at Ft. Jennings

Ottoville at Cory-Rawson

Kalida at Ft. Recovery

SATURDAY

Lincolnview at Ottoville

Other NW Ohio

TOMORROW

Spencerville at Columbus Grove

Napoleon at Defiance

Fostoria at Findlay

Cornerstone Christian at Monclova Christian

SATURDAY

Huron at Bellevue

Defiance at Lima Sr.

Marion Harding at Fostoria

GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

City League

SATURDAY

Central Catholic at Olentangy Liberty, 3

Southview at Clay, 2

Cleveland Collinwood at Libbey, 1:30

Northern Lakes League

SATURDAY

Swanton at Maumee

St. Ursula at AnthonyWayne

North Canton Hoover at Perrysburg

Suburban Lakes League

TOMORROW

Liberty-Benton at Lakota

TAAC

SATURDAY

Northwood at Van Buren

Danbury at Toledo Christian

NWOAL

TOMORROW

Bryan at Evergreen

Liberty Center at Montpelier

Wauseon at Patrick Henry

SATURDAY

Delta at Archbold

LAST NIGHT

Clay 9 2 6 12 29

Central 21 25 19 12 77

CLAY: Berry 1-1-3, Ondrus 2-2-6, Krempa 4-1-9, Achter 1-0-2, Spangler 0-3-3, Langel 2-0-4, Lind 1-0-2. Totals: 11-7-29.

CENTRAL: Scott 1-2-2-10, Frazier 1-4-6, Murrell 2-0-4, DuBois 1-0-2, Large 2-1-0-7, Blandton 1-0-2, Calhoun 3-0-6, Strall 5-3-13, Minnfield 8-1-2-21, Herman 3-0-6. Totals: 27-4-11-77.

JV: Central 43-21.

Whitmer 4 14 15 9 42

Waite 15 17 10 8 50

WHITMER: Darucrick 0-3-3, Clayton 1-1-3, Lord 2-1-5, Teal 1-2-0-8, Allen 0-1-0-3, Dixon 0-1-1, Pawlowski 2-3-7, Schlaz 1-0-2, Randolph 3-4-10. Totals: 10-3-13-42.

WAITE: E. Rocker 0-1-0-3, Allen 4-2-10, Knowles 3-4-10, Ulis 0-2-3-9, Cleveland 0-1-0-3, McNeal 4-3-11, J. Rocker 0-3-3, Saunders 0-1-1. Totals: 11-4-16-50.

JV: Whitmer, 47-32.

Woodward 0 9 13 5 27

Bowsher 11 24 12 23 70

WOODWARD: Nicholson 5-6-16, Smith 0-1-1, Rowlette 0-1-0-3, Booth 0-1-1, Mills 3-0-6. Totals: 8-1-8-27.

BOWSHER: Barnes 0-2-2, Cassidy 3-7-13, Collins 1-0-2, Corggens 1-1-3, Crockett 2-3-7, Gregory 0-2-2, Holub 1-3-5, L. Johnson 1-5-7, S. Johnson 9-1-6-27, Wells 1-0-2. Totals: 19-1-29-70.

JV: Bowsher, 34-13

St. Ursula 14 12 11 16 53

Notre Dame 12 12 10 16 50

ST. URSULA: Thorp 0-2-2, Blosser 1-2-5-13, Anderson 2-0-4, Yaskowitz 1-1-3, Florian 5-2-12, A. Florian 6-3-15, Bockert 1-0-2, Gilmore 1-0-2. totals: 17-2-13-53.

NOTRE DAME: Smith 0-3-0-9, Kerscher 4-0-8, Wiczynski 2-2-0-10, Myers 0-1-4-7, Lalor 2-4-8, Molter 3-0-6, Caputo 1-0-2. Totals: 15-4-8-50.

JV: St. Ursula, 48-42.

PREP FOOTBALL

Ohio playoff pairings

STATE SEMIFINALS

DIVISION I

Games at 7 p.m. Saturday

(5) Cleveland Glenville (12-1) vs. (5) Canton McKinley (10-3), Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium

(4) Worthington Kilbourne (11-2) vs. (3) Cincinnati Colerain (13-0), Dayton Welcome Stadium

DIVISION II

Games at 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow

(1) Tallmadge (12-1) vs. (1) Avon Lake (13-0), Parma Byers Field

(2) Columbus Brookhaven (13-0) vs. (2) Dayton Carroll (12-1), Dublin Coffman Field

DIVISION III

Games at 7 p.m. Saturday

(4) Cleveland Benedictine (10-3) vs. (3) Canal Fulton Northwest (12-1), Canton Central Catholic Stadium

(5) St. Marys Memorial (12-1) vs. (3) Columbus Watterson (11-2), Upper Arlington Moorehead Stadium

DIVISION IV

Games at 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow

(3) Youngstown Mooney (10-2) vs. (2) Martins Ferry (12-0), Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium

(2) Coldwater (13-0) vs. (7) Versailles (10-3), Dayton Welcome Stadium

DIVISION V

Games at 7 p.m. Saturday

(8) St. Henry (12-1) vs. (1) Patrick Henry (13-0), Lima Bath Stadium

(1) Amanda-Clearcreek (13-0) vs. (5) Smithville (12-1), Dublin Coffman Field

DIVISION VI

Games at 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow

(2) Norwalk St. Paul (11-2) vs. (3) Hicksville (12-1), Tiffin National Field at Frost-Kalnow Stadium

(8) Danville (11-2) vs. (2) Hardin Northern (12-1), Lewis Center Olentangy Braves Field

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

CHICAGO WHITE SOX Agreed to terms with LHP Kevin Walker on a one-year contract.

CLEVELAND INDIANS Agreed to terms with RHP Bob Wickman on a one-year contract.

MINNESOTA TWINS Agreed to terms with C Mike Redmond on a two-year contract.

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Named Bob Gebhard assistant general manager, Mike Aldrete hitting coach, Carlos Tosca third base coach and Brett Butler first base coach.

LOS ANGELES DODGERS Agreed to terms with Jim Tracy, manager, on a two-year contract.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS Agreed to terms with C Damian Miller on a three-year contract.

Can-Am League

NEW HAVEN COUNTY CUTTERS Named Mike Church field manager.

NORTH SHORE SPIRIT Re-signed 2B Marcos Agramonte and 1B Vic Davilla. Signed OF Lucas Taylor.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS Activated F Luke Jackson from the injured list. Placed F Sasha Pavlovic on the injured list.

LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS Activated C Chris Kaman from the injured list.

WASHINGTON WIZARDS Named Mitchell Butler director of player development.

American Basketball Association

ABA Granted an expansion franchise to Long Island to begin play in the 2005-06 season.

PHOENIX Named Jeffrey Allen Fore coach.

Continental Basketball Association

CBA Announced Albany will rejoin the league for the 2005-06 season.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ARIZONA CARDINALS Placed RB Troy Hambrick on injured reserve. Signed RB Damien Anderson.

CLEVELAND BROWNS Placed OT Ryan Tucker on injured reserve. Signed FB Kris Briggs and LB Andre Sommersell to the practice squad. Waived DB Christian Morton and LB Chris Clemons from the practice squad.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS Re-signed WR Chris Doering. Released RB Dante Brown.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Signed P Ken Walter. Signed LB Tony Donald to the practice squad.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Placed DT Anthony McFarland on injured reserve. Signed RB Ian Smart from the practice squad. Signed DT Keith Wright to the practice squad.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS Placed LB Mike Barrow on injured reserve. Signed LB Chris Clemons from Cleveland s practice squad.

Arena Football League

AUSTIN WRANGLERS Signed OL-DL Jamie Lovern.

GEORGIA FORCE Signed OL-DL Nikia Adderson, OS Todd Doxzon, WR-DB Scott McCready, QB Matt Nagy and WR-DB Nick Ward.

TAMPA BAY STORM Signed DS Leonard Myers.

Atlantic Indoor Football League

JOHNSTOWN RIVERHAWKS Named Jaleen Waugh assistant general manager and Wayne Waugh director of player personnel.

Canadian Football League

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS Agreed to terms with Jim Daley, coach, on a multiyear contract.

HOCKEY

American Hockey League

HARTFORD WOLF PACK Recalled F Dwight Helminen from the Charlotte of the ECHL.

HERSHEY BEARS Recalled RW Greg Barber from Quad City of the UHL.

ST. JOHN S MAPLE LEAFS Assigned G J.F. Racine to Memphis of the CHL.

WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PENGUINS Assigned D Darcy Robinson to Wheeling of the ECHL.

ECHL

DAYTON BOMBERS Announced F Ben Knopp has been assigned to the team by Syracuse of the AHL. Assigned F Michael Tessier to Quebec of the QMJHL.

FLORIDA EVERBLADES Announced F Kris Vernarsky has been assigned to the team by Providence of the AHL.

SOUTH CAROLINA STINGRAYS Announced F Garret Stroshein has been assigned to the team by Portland of the AHL. Acquired F Cam McCaffrey from Las Vegas for future considerations. Signed D Kevin Knopp and D Hugo Marchand.

United Hockey League

KALAMAZOO WINGS Signed D Greg Labenski and F Ryan Barnes.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

CLUB DEPORTIVO CHIVAS USA Traded D Jeff Stewart to Real Salt Lake in exchange for a youth international slot.

COLLEGE

LAMAR Announced the resignation of Fiona Simmons, volleyball coach.

TEMPLE Announced the contract of Lauren Fuchs, field hockey head coach, will not be renewed.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conf.

WEDNESDAY

Toledo 49, BGSU 41

Kent State 41, Central Florida 24

Kent St. 7 13 14 7 41

UCF 3 14 7 0 24

UCF FG Brown 32, 3:34.

KSU Dowery 60 pass from Cribbs (Travis kick), 0:31.

KSU Newton 6 pass from Cribbs (kick failed), 13:48.

UCF Haynes 21 run (Brown kick), 7:44.

UCF Eldemire 5 pass from Moffett (Brown kick), 1:27.

KSU Cribbs 8 run (Travis kick), 0:27

KSU Dowery 66 pass from Cribbs (Travis kick), 6:44

KSU Bush 11 pass from Cribbs (Travis kick), 4:14.

UCF Haynes 3 run (Brown kick), 2:46

KSU Marcus 9 pass from Cribbs (Travis kick), 14:33.

A 12,083.

TEAM STATS

Kent UCF

First downs 23 24

Rushes-yards 37-113 36-72

Passing 426 337

Comp-Att-Int 29-39-0 23-34-2

Return Yards 78 33

Punts-Avg. 5-40 5-39.6

Fumbles-Lost 4-1 4-2

Penalties-Yards 6-62 5-45

Time of Possession 31:01 28:59

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Kent St, Alston, 15-58, Cribbs 18-55, McElroy 2-7, Bush 1-(minus 7). UCF, Haynes 19-101, Moffett 13-3, Team 1-(minus 13), Sumner 3-(minus 19).

PASSING Kent St, Cribbs 28-38-389-5-0. Bush 1-1-37-0-0. UCF, Moffett 22-32-319-1-1. Sumner 1-2-18-0-1.

RECEIVING Kent St, Dowery 13-240, McElroy 5-60, Newton 3-26, Hill 2-51, Bell 2-20, Bush 2-20, Barcus 1-8, Alston 1-1. UCF, Johnson 6-51, Walker 4-74, Capers 4-67, Haynes 4-34, Huggins 2-81, Eldemire 2-12, Turner 1-18.

Big Ten Conference

SATURDAY

Northwestern at Hawaii, 11

National

TODAY

EAST

Connecticut at Rutgers, 10 a.m.

West Virginia at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m.

SOUTH

Tuskegee at Alabama St., 2 p.m.

TOMORROW

MIDWEST

Colorado at Nebraska, Noon

SOUTHWEST

LSU at Arkansas, 2:30 p.m.

Texas A&M at Texas, 3:30 p.m.

FAR WEST

Arizona St. at Arizona, 3 p.m.

SATURDAY

EAST

James Madison at Lehigh, 12:30

Syracuse at Boston College, 1

Lafayette at Delaware, 3

SOUTH

Memphis at South Florida, 11 a.m.

Jacksonville St. at Furman, Noon

Wake Forest at Maryland, Noon

Hampton at William & Mary, Noon

Kentucky at Tennessee, 12:30

Florida A&M at Fla. International, 1

East Carolina vs. N.C. State, N.C., 1

Virginia at Virginia Tech, 1

Mississippi St. at Mississippi, 2

Grambling St. at Southern, 2

Cincinnati at Louisville, 2:30

UAB at Southern Miss., 3

Georgia Tech at Georgia, 3:30

MIDWEST

Missouri at Iowa St., 1

E. Washington at S. Illinois, 2:30

SOUTHWEST

W. Kentucky at Sam Houston St., 2

Tulane at TCU, 3

UTEP at Tulsa, 3

Oklahoma St. at Texas Tech, 3:30

FAR WEST

Fresno St. at San Jose St., 5

Boise St. at Nevada, 7:45

Notre Dame at Southern Cal , 8

NOTES

The Waite High School FRESHMAN SOFTBALL TEAM is seeking games for the upcoming season. Interested teams contact Tiffany at 419-260-7163 to schedule.

Sienna Heights University will host a BASKETBALL LEAGUE for players in fifth and sixth grade and seventh and eighth grade. Cost is $385 per team. The season for fifth and sixth-graders begins Jan. 8. The season for the seventh and eighth-graders begins Jan. 30. For more information call Al Sandifer at 517-264-7869.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

OVERALL RECORDS: Michigan 9-2-1, Bowling Green 6-3-1, N. Michigan 5-3-2, Alaska-Fairbanks 5-3-0, Ohio St. 9-4-1, Neb.-Omaha 7-4-1, Notre Dame 2-5-4, Michigan St. 5-6-1, W. Michigan 5-6-1, Lake Superior St. 3-6-1, Miami 5-7-0, Ferris St. 4-9-1.

TOMORROW

Miami at Bowling Green

Michigan at Minnesota (College Hockey Showcase)

Michigan St. at Wisconsin (College Hockey Showcase)

N. Michigan at Lake Superior St.

Notre Dame at Alaska-Fairbanks

SATURDAY

Alabama-Huntsville at W. Michigan

Lake Superior St. at N. Michigan

Miami at Bowling Green

Michigan at Wisconsin (College Hockey Showcase)

Michigan St. at Minnesota (College Hockey Showcase)

Notre Dame at Alaska-Fairbanks

SUNDAY, Nov. 28

Alabama-Huntsville at W. Michigan

ECHL

LAST NIGHT

Atlantic City 4, Long Beach 2

Wheeling 7, Dayton 3

Pee Dee 3, Augusta 2

Greenville 5, Florida 1

S. Carolina 4, Pensacola 0

Trenton 2, Johnstown 1, OT

Las Vegas at Texas, late

Alaska at Idaho, late

TUESDAY

Charlotte 4, Augusta 2

Long Beach 2, Trenton 1, OT

Las Vegas 4, Louisiana 3, OT

TONIGHT

Toledo at Dayton

Victoria at Fresno

S. Carolina at Gwinnett

Las Vegas at Mississippi

Reading at Peoria

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

Preseason NIT

At Madison Square Garden

Semifinals

Wake Forest 79, Providence 67

Arizona vs. Michigan, late

Championship (tomorrow)

Wake Forest vs. Arizona-Michigan winner, 7 p.m.

Third place

Providence vs. Arizona-Michigan loser, 4:30 p.m.

EAST

Boston U. 66, Fordham 51

Columbia 53, Long Island U. 49

Hofstra 79, La Salle 69

Lehigh 58, Sacred Heart 52

Pittsburgh 83, Robert Morris 59

Stony Brook 68, Army 54

West Virginia 72, Duquesne 69

MIDWEST

Bowling Green 63, Ill.-Chicago 51

Cincinnati 76, N. Iowa 70, 2OT

Illinois 85, Oakland, Mich. 54

Ind.-Pur.-Indpls. 91, Huntington 81

Kansas St. 60, Denver 56

Kent St. 76, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 58

SW Missouri St. 65, N. Illinois 63

SOUTH

Auburn 92, Nicholls St. 78

Davidson 103, Maine-Farmington 33

Florida St. 88, Shawnee St. 65

Grambling St. 80, Texas Coll. 58

LSU 95, New Orleans 79

South Alabama 52, Samford 50

South Carolina 62, Winthrop 52

Southern Miss. 65, SE Louisiana 62

UCF 96, Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 52

Virginia 77, Appalachian St. 60

SOUTHWEST

Louisiana-Monroe 75, Baylor 61

Texas Southern 63, Chicago St. 57

FAR WEST

Loyola Marymount 83, N. Colorado 51

Texas-Arlington 88, New Mexico St. 67

TOURNAMENTS

EA Sports Maui Invitational

Texas 95, Tennessee 70, third place

Louisville 82, Stanford 67, fifth place

BYU 77, Chaminade 56, seventh place

Guardians Classic

Third Place

Houston 57, Missouri 55

Preseason NIT

Semifinals

Wake Forest 79, Providence 67

Women

EAST

American U. 67, Mount St. Mary s, Md. 52

Boston College 74, Quinnipiac 43

Bucknell 86, Cornell 63

Hofstra 71, Colgate 70

Niagara 84, Vermont 76

Syracuse 61, Manhattan 45

SOUTH

Furman 76, Gardner-Webb 69

Louisiana Tech 88, Mississippi 70

Nicholls St. 65, New Orleans 55

South Florida 82, Army 58

Wofford 86, S. Virginia 47

MIDWEST

Bradley 83, Ill.-Chicago 67

Cincinnati 62, Ball St. 58

Indiana St. 83, E. Illinois 56

Kansas 59, Sacred Heart 48

Marquette 67, Toledo 28

Northwestern 64, W. Michigan 60

Wright St. 98, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 76

FAR WEST

BYU 81, Nevada 64

SOUTHWEST

Houston 80, Creighton 63

Tulsa 71, SW Missouri St. 67

TOURNAMENTS

Great Alaska Shootout

Stanford 67, Louisiana-Lafayette 47, championship

E. Wash. 82, Alaska-Anchorage 69, third place

BOWLING HONOR ROLL

300 games

Charlie Teel, ForestVw 247-300-226-773

Rich Gargas, Glas B. 224-247-300-771

Rick Barror, Imp. 198-227-300-725

Chuck Himes, Glass B. 156-246-300-702

Bob Cooper, Jug s 300-190-188-678

Brad Szutienko, FrstVw 238-225-300-763

Dennis Moss, Glass Bowl 300-164-208-672

Honor Roll

High series

Men (750 or better)

Jim McDougall, Jug s 806

Wyiatt Kosier, Ottawa 805

Charlie Teel, ForestView 798

Angie Seambos, Imperial 783

Russ Morse, Jug s 777

Gary Riebe, Jug s 775

Jim Anders, ForestView 773

Charlie Teel, ForestView 769

Mark Hankenhof, Jug s 764

Rich Miller, Jug s 764

Richie Marsh, Glass Bowl 763

Jim McDougall, Glass Bowl 761

Ron Allen, ForestView 761

Dave Merritt, Southwyck 751

Bill Brandi, Ottawa 751

Jim Cowell, Jug s 751

Julian Pirrone, ForestView 750

Women (650 or better)

Natalie Miskiel, Southwyck 730

Brooke Summer, ForestView 719



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