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Published: Saturday, 1/22/2005

Prep wrestling, ECHL, local bowling

PREP WRESTLING

PERRYSBURG 48, BOWLING GREEN 21

152: Sameuk (P) maj. dec. Gonyer, 15-5; 160: Donaldson (BG) fall Brummel, 1:42; 171: Tisdale (P) fall Stretchberry, 2:33; 189: Cardenas (BG) dec. Muir, 6-4; 21: Cardenas (BG) fall Radon. 3:02; 275: Miller (BG) fall Mock, 4:28; 103: J. Castillo (P) won by forfeit; 112: Flores (P) dec. Briggs, 12-10; 119: Rodriguez (P) dec. Smotherman, 14-9; 125: Eren (P) dec. Current, 11-9; 130: Richardson (P) t.f. Moore, 21-4; 135: Holland (P) fall Rude, 1:20; 140: T. Castillo (P) fall Henry, 3:41; 145: Kusnier (P) fall Curtis, 4:15.

PERRYSBURG 52, NORTHVIEW 6

152: Samenuk (P) maj. dec. Benner, 14-2; 160: Brummel (P) dec. Goellnitz, 6-3; 171: Tisdale (P) dec. Ehle, 10-4; 189: Muir (P) dec. Urban, 8-4; 215: Radon (P) maj. dec. Veselka, 10-2; 275: Mock (P) won by forfeit; 103: J. Castillo (P) maj. dec. Boileau, 15-5; 112: Flores (P) dec. Walch, 9-4; 119: Rodriguez (P) t.f. Milner, 15-0; 125: Eren (P) dec. Box, 12-10; 130: Holland (P) maj. dec. Grabowski, 19-6; 135: Fowler (NV) fall Richardon, 2:49; 140: T. Castillo (P) fall Cole, 4:52; 145: Kusnier (P) maj. dec. Zipfel, 15-4.

NFL PLAYOFFS

Conference Championships (tomorrow)

Atlanta at Philadelphia, 3 p.m. (FOX)

N. England at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. (CBS)

PREP HOCKEY

FINDLAY 1, ST. JOHNS 0: Van Gunten. Saves Unger (SJ) 14, Rasmussen (F) 27.

NORTHVIEW 5, ST. FRANCIS 0: Stark 2, Herschfeld 2, Hurst. Saves New (N) 20, McAnnich (SF) 27.

PREP SWIMMING

Girls

NOTRE DAME 101, PERRYSBURG 68: Double winners: Kylie Bombrys (ND) won 200 IM, 100 back; Nikki Schnell-McCoy (ND) won 50 free, 100 fly.

Boys

ST. JOHN S 108, PERRYSBURG 60: Double winners: Jake Epperson (SJ) won 50 free, 500 free.

ECHL

LAST NIGHT

Toledo 4, Wheeling 2

S. Carolina 3, Columbia 1

Gwinnett 5, Florida 3

Charlotte 4, Greenville 2

Pee Dee 6, Louisiana 1

Reading 8, Trenton 5

Peoria 4, Atlantic City 1

Mississippi 3, Augusta 1

Idaho 5, Bakersfield 3

Alaska 5, Victoria 1

Pensacola at Long Beach, late

San Diego 5, Las Vegas 3

THURSDAY

Charlotte 2, Johnstown 1, OT

TONIGHT

Dayton at Toledo, 7:30

Charlotte at Columbia

Gwinnett at Florida

Mississippi at Greenville

Bakersfield at Idaho

Las Vegas at Long Beach

Johnstown at Pee Dee

Trenton at Reading

Pensacola at San Diego

Louisiana at S. Carolina

Augusta at Texas

Alaska at Victoria

TOMORROW

Dayton at Toledo, 3

Las Vegas at Fresno

Pensacola at Long Beach

Atlantic City at Peoria

Johnstown at S. Carolina

Augusta at Texas

Alaska at Victoria

Wheeling 1 1 0 2

Storm 1 2 1 4

FIRST PERIOD-1, Wheeling, Lazarev 7 (DiLauro, MacKenzie), 3:20; 2, Toledo, Jackson 1 (Paolini, Eberly), 8:00 (pp).

Penalties-Zuck, W (interference), 6:42; DiLauro, W (cross-checking), 8:50; Rouleau, W (cross-checking), 16:56; Paolini, T (unsportsmanlike conduct), 16:56; Rouleau, W (tripping), 19:27.

SECOND PERIOD-3, Toledo, Paolini 9 (Martin), 6:58; 4, Toledo, Slonina 2 (Paolini, Judson), 15:23; 5, Wheeling, Hodge 10 (DiLauro, MacKenzie), 19:57 (pp).

Penalties-Fankhouser, T (delay of game), 9:04; Maleyko, T (roughing), 11:59; Berzins, W (elbowing), 13:22; Slonina, T (holding the stick), 15:34; Maleyko, T (slashing), 18:45.

THIRD PERIOD-6, Toledo, Slonina 3 (Maleyko, Oke), 5:06.

Penalties-Lazarev, W (roughing), 19:13; Rouleau, W (fighting), 19:13; Eberly, T (roughing), 19:13; Whyte, T (fighting), 19:13.

Shots on goal-Wheeling 10-10-9-29; Toledo 6-10-18-34. Goalies-Wheeling, Exter (34 shots, 30 saves); Toledo, Fankhouser (29 shots, 27 saves). Power-play opportunities-Wheeling 1 of 4; Toledo 1 of 4. Officials-Referee, Darcy Burchell; Linesmen, Justin Lyle, Ray King.

Attendance: 3,007

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

ANAHEIM ANGELS Agreed to terms with INF Lou Merloni on a minor league contract.

BALTIMORE ORIOLES Agreed to terms with RHP Steve Reed on a one-year contract. Purchased the contract of INF Chris Gomez from Ottawa of the IL. Designated RHP Dave Borkowski and RHP Brian Forystek for assignment.

CLEVELAND INDIANS Agreed to terms with OF Casey Blake on a two-year contract.

TEXAS RANGERS Agreed to terms with Buck Showalter, manager, on a three-year contract extension through the 2009 season and John Hart, general manager, on a two-year contract.

National League

HOUSTON ASTROS Agreed to terms with RHP Roger Clemens on a one-year contract.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Claimed RHP Edwin Moreno off waivers from Texas.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES Agreed to terms with RHP Albie Lopez on a minor league contract.

SAN DIEGO PADRES Agreed to terms with RHP Steve Sparks on a minor league contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

BOSTON CELTICS Activated G Delonte West from the injured list. Placed F Tom Gugliotta on the injured list.

DETROIT PISTONS Acquired G Carlos Arroyo from Utah for C Elden Campbell and a first-round draft pick after 2006.

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS Waived F Qyntel Woods.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Signed S Nick Sorensen to a multiyear contract extension and WR Chris Cole.

HOCKEY

ECHL

ECHL Suspended Victoria coach Bryan Maxwell one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for his actions in a Jan. 19 game.

DAYTON BOMBERS Announced F Tyler Kolarik has been recalled to Syracuse of the AHL.

COLLEGE

NOTRE DAME Named Ruben Mendoza strength and conditioning coach.

LOCAL HOCKEY

SOO INDIANS 6, TOLEDO ICEDIGGERS 2: T Katz, Barber. Saves Everson (T) 39.

COLLEGE SWIMMING

MIAMI 188, TOLEDO 110: UT first place finishers 1,000 freestyle, Chelsea Perkins, 10:08.62; 200 breaststroke, Iiris Hilvo, 2:19.32; 100 freestyle, Emily Markovich, 52.52; 200 medley relay, Markovich, Makenzie Manard, Samantha Telljohann, Elizabeth Hinkleman, 1:46.76.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

TONIGHT

Toledo at Bowling Green, 6

Ball State at W. Michigan, 2

Marshall at Kent State, 7

C. Michigan at Akron, 7

E. Michigan at N. Illinois, 7

Ohio at Miami, 8

Big Ten Conference

THURSDAY

Illinois 73, Iowa 68, OT

TODAY

Wisconsin at Michigan, 12:15

Purdue at Iowa, 2:30

Northwestern at Penn St., 4

Michigan St. at Minnesota, 4:30

Ohio St. at Indiana, 8

NATIONAL

LAST NIGHT

EAST

American U. 72, Army 37

Amherst 68, Wesleyan, Conn. 58

Bard 80, N.Y. Maritime 60

Baruch 84, Medgar Evers 59

Bates 86, Middlebury 66

Bucknell 71, Lafayette 54

Carnegie-Mellon 81, Chicago 72

Colgate 61, Lehigh 54

Emory 95, NYU 89

Geneseo St. 72, Cortland St. 67

Hamilton 68, Union, N.Y. 66

Holy Cross 79, Navy 56

Iona 93, St. Peter s 88

Nazareth, N.Y. 72, Elmira 54

Penn St. Behrend 79, Lake Erie 70

St. John Fisher 80, Utica 51

Tufts 95, Williams 78

SOUTH

Belmont 71, Lipscomb 61, OT

Johnson Bible 78, Appalachian Bible 57

Palm Beach Atlantic 91, Johnson & Wales, Fla. 74

Troy 97, Mercer 70

MIDWEST

Brandeis 74, Case Reserve 66

DePauw 81, Rhodes 56

Hendrix 55, Rose-Hulman 51

TODAY

EAST

Saint Joseph s at Massachusetts, Noon

Rutgers at Seton Hall, Noon

Kansas at Villanova, Noon

Rider at Canisius, 1

Siena at Fairfield, 1

Boston U. at Stony Brook, 1

Albany, N.Y. at Vermont, 1

Towson at Drexel, 2

Manhattan at Niagara, 2

Quinnipiac at Sacred Heart, 2

West Virginia at Syracuse, 2

Columbia at Cornell, 3

Long Island U. at Cent. Connecticut St., 4

Delaware at Hofstra, 4

Fordham at Rhode Island, 4

St. Francis, NY at Monmouth, N.J., 7

Wagner at St. Francis, Pa., 7

Binghamton at UMBC, 7

Brown at Yale, 7

Loyola, Md. at Marist, 7:30

Boston College at St. John s, 7:30

Mount St. Mary s, Md. at Fairleigh Dickinson, 8

Pittsburgh at Connecticut, 9

SOUTH

George Washington at Richmond, Noon

Coll. of Charleston at Appalachian St., 1

Stetson at Campbell, 1

Houston at South Florida, 1

UNC-Greensboro at The Citadel, 1

LSU at Kentucky, 1:30

Memphis at UAB, 2

Charleston Southern at Birmingham-Southern, 3

ETSU at Chattanooga, 3

Southern U. at Alabama St., 4

S. Carolina St. at Bethune-Cookman, 4

Hampton at Delaware St., 4

N. Carolina A&T at Florida A&M, 4

Davidson at Furman, 4

Vanderbilt at Georgia, 4

Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech, 4

Norfolk St. at Howard, 4

Tennessee at Louisville, 4

Coppin St. at Md.-Eastern Shore, 4

Alabama at Mississippi, 4

Coastal Carolina at Winthrop, 4:30

Alcorn St. at Alabama A&M, 5

Tulane at Southern Miss., 5

Duke at Florida St., 6

South Carolina at Mississippi St., 6

McNeese St. at Nicholls St., 6

Georgia Southern at Elon, 7

Jacksonville at Gardner-Webb, 7

George Mason at James Madison, 7

N.C.-Asheville at Liberty, 7

N.C.-Wilmington at Old Dominion, 7

High Point at Radford, 7

Wofford at W. Carolina, 7

Va. Commonwealth at William & Mary, 7

Samford at E. Kentucky, 7:30

SMU at Louisiana Tech, 7:30

Clemson at Virginia, 7:30

Jacksonville St. at Morehead St., 7:45

Fla. International at Louisiana-Lafayette, 8

New Orleans at Middle Tennessee, 8

Miami at North Carolina, 8

South Alabama at W. Kentucky, 8

Tennessee St. at Murray St., 8:15

Jackson St. at Grambling St., 8:30

Prairie View at MVSU, 8:30

MIDWEST

Wake Forest at Cincinnati, 1

East Carolina at DePaul, 1:30

Nebraska at Missouri, 1:30

Wright St. at Butler, 2

Wis.-Milwaukee at Detroit, 2

Temple at Xavier, 2

Charlotte at Marquette, 3

Valparaiso at W. Illinois, 5

Oral Roberts at Chicago St., 6

Indiana St. at Evansville, 6

S. Utah at Oakland, Mich., 6

Centenary at Ind.-Pur.-Indpls., 7

Cleveland St. at Youngstown St., 7

N. Iowa at Bradley, 8

Illinois St. at Creighton, 8

La Salle at Dayton, 8

SW Missouri St. at Drake, 8

Tennessee Tech at E. Illinois, 8

Colorado at Iowa St., 8

TCU at Saint Louis, 8

S. Illinois at Wichita St., 8

Ill.-Chicago at Wis.-Green Bay, 8

Austin Peay at SE Missouri, 8:30

SOUTHWEST

Baylor at Oklahoma St., 1:30

Auburn at Arkansas, 2

Fresno St. at Tulsa, 2

Nevada at Rice, 3

Texas at Oklahoma, 3:45

Kansas St. at Texas A&M, 4

Louisiana-Monroe at Texas-Arlington, 5

Northwestern St. at Texas-San Antonio, 5

Lamar at Stephen F.Austin, 7:15

Sam Houston St. at Texas St., 7:30

Arkansas St. at North Texas, 8

Texas Southern at Ark.-Pine Bluff, 8:30

San Jose St. at UTEP, 9

FAR WEST

Air Force at BYU, 1

New Mexico at Utah, 3

California at UCLA, 3:45

Hawaii at Boise St., 4

Stanford at Southern Cal, 6

Gonzaga at San Diego, 7

Portland at San Francisco, 7

Arizona at Oregon St., 8

Ark.-Little Rock at Denver, 9

Portland St. at Idaho St., 9

Sacramento St. at Montana, 9

N. Arizona at Montana St., 9

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at N. Colorado, 9

UC Riverside at Utah St., 9

Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne at Utah Valley St., 9

E. Washington at Weber St., 9

CS Northridge at Cal Poly-SLO, 10

Cal St.-Fullerton at Idaho, 10

St. Mary s, Cal. at Loyola Marymount, 10

Arizona St. at Oregon, 10

Santa Clara at Pepperdine, 10

Wyoming at San Diego St., 10

Long Beach St. at UC Davis, 10

Pacific at UC Santa Barbara, 10

Colorado St. at UNLV, 10:30

TOMORROW

EAST

St. Bonaventure at Duquesne, Noon

Notre Dame at Georgetown, Noon

Navy at Army, 1

Lafayette at Colgate, 1

Northeastern at Maine, 1

Lehigh at Bucknell, 2

New Hampshire at Hartford, 2

American U. at Holy Cross, 3

SOUTH

Mercer at Georgia St., 2

Florida Atlantic at Lipscomb, 2

UCF at Belmont, 3

N.C. State at Maryland, 6

FAR WEST

Washington St. at Washington, 4

Women

Mid-American Conference

TODAY

Toledo at Miami, 2

W. Michigan at Bowling Green, 1

Marshall at Buffalo, 1

Kent State at Ball State, 3

Akron at N. Illinois, 3

Ohio U. at E. Michigan, 7

MIDWEST

LAST NIGHT

Bradley 57, Illinois St. 55

Creighton 71, Wichita St. 59

Houston 63, Cincinnati 56

Indiana St. 74, N. Iowa 70

SW Missouri St. 79, Drake 63

NOTES

The TOLEDO FEDERATION BASEBALL LEAGUE will meet Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. at OB s Tavern. Teams from last year and new teams for the 2005 season are urged to attend. For more information call Dan, 419-480-1244.

A Federation BASEBALL TEAM looking for players. Call 419-865-9445 and leave name and phone number.

LOCAL BOWLING

Honor Roll

300 game

John Boellner, Timbers 212-265-300-777

Bob Flaczynski 191-300-258-749

Wayne Strayer, Timbers 185-228-300-713

High series

Men (750 or better)

Danny Robb Jr., Southwyck 782

Dave Deerwester, Jug s 782

Mike Faykosh, Jug s 771

Jason Cramer, Jug s 769

Todd Figy, Timbers 769

Val Kops, Jug s 767

Sam Bundy, Jug s 761

Ron Engard, Southwyck 760

Glen Tanner, Southwyck 753

Matt Adams, Southwyck 752

Women (650 or better)

Tricia Rettig, Interstate 676

Linda Craig, Southwyck 654

Men s Traveling Classic

At Southwyck

STANDINGS: KJ Excavating 215-115; Loma Linda 211.5-118.5; Swanton Sports Center 168.5-161.5; Dunn Chevy Buick 164-166; Carone-Metzger Bowling 163-167; New Glass Bowl 157-173; Deere Landscapes/Sparks Constrtuction 153-177; Empire Pro Shop 148.5-181.5; UBS Financial/Lizcano s Pro Shop 145.5-184.5; Twin Oaks 124-206

Empire 1096-1187-1117-3400

Twin Oaks 1069-987-1084-3140

EMPIRE: Joe Perry 212-255-237-704; Robert Hayes 207-258-222-687; Rob Huss Jr. 234-244-238-716; Rich Gargas 238-162-204-604; Dan Weiss 205-268-216-689

TWIN OAKS: Don Lewis 225-255-220-700; Kevin Allen 183-159-342; Bill Caster 172-279-451; Erick Murray 256-195-191-642; Mike Aumiller 233-157-197-587; Eric Hollerbach 221-197-418

KJ Excavating 1161-1124-1113-3398

Loma Linda 1209-1087-1117-3413

KJ EXCAVATING: Brian Dick 217-256-234-707; Steve Brown 224-210-222-656; Keith Nusbaum 193-196-389; Chris Hayward 258-245-235-738; Don Genalo 269-217-226-712; Glenn Kurtz 196-196

LOMA LINDA: Dave Bobrzykowski 235-226-185-646; Jeff Kwiatkowski 268-191-258-717; Brady Woessner 212-267-246-725; Emilio Mora Jr. 279-204-204-687; Kevin Taber 215-199-224-628

Swanton SC 1051-1119-1051-3221

Carone-Metzger 1029-1234-1234-999-3262

SWANTON SC: Kevin Hurley 200-245-228-673; S. McCahan 236-248-188-672; Mike Frost 181-233-414; Jim Wood 201-231-196-628; Dana Reed 233-216-206-655; Jack Frost 179-179

CARONE-METZGER: Jasin Ducat 158-289-210-657; Travis Patchen 224-222-189-635; Don Bates 203-246-167-616; Ralph Lewandowski 215-242-221-678; Jeff Smolenski 229-235-213-677

Dunn Chevy Buick 1201-1196-1141-3538

Glass Bowl 1088-1196-1172-3456

DUNN CHEVY BUICK: Doug Rechtine 227-235-259-721; Doug Brown 213-210-191-614; Ed Pawlowski 279-259-265-803; Keith King 224-234-204-662; Troy Wollenbecker 258-258-222-738

GLASS BOWL: Tracy Damm 257-223-236-716; Jim Richardson 200-246-257-703; Heath Hawkins 203-248-247-698; Gary Quaintance 248-253-206-707; Aaron Hawkins 180-226-226-632

UBA/Lizcano s 1117-1040-1122-3279

John Deere 1223-1080-1044-3347

UBS/LIZCANO S: Rob Flunder 257-225-163-645; Frank Lizcano 201-181-220-602; Toby Tucker 177-177; Craig Walczak 246-237-268-751; Brad Bowman 236-218-254-708; Jeff Wilk 179-217-396

JOHN DEERE: Gary Liber 279-209-257-745; Steve Sparks 232-215-234-681; Swan 220-248-182-650; Tony Powell 247-160-202-609; Ed Stange 245-248-169-662

Next week: At Miracle Lanes, 8 p.m.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

OVERALL RECORDS: Michigan 18-6-1, Ohio St. 16-6-3, N. Michigan 11-7-5, Bowling Green 10-8-3, Neb.-Omaha 12-9-2, Michigan St. 13-11-1, W. Michigan 10-11-1, Alaska-Fairbanks 6-11-1, Ferris St. 9-12-3, Miami 8-13-4, Lake Superior St. 7-13-3, Notre Dame 5-14-5.

LAST NIGHT

N. Michigan 3, Bowling Green 1

Ohio St. 4, Michigan 1

Michigan St. 8, Lake Superior St. 0

Nebraska-Omaha 5, Miami 2

Wisconsin 2, Notre Dame 0

Ferris St. at Alaska-Fairbanks, late



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