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Published: Tuesday, 9/13/2005

Prep soccer, volleyball polls, prep golf, bowling

PREP GOLF

ST. FRANCIS 151, ST. JOHN S 155: SF Oswald 38, Rachko 38, Kramer 37, Blis 38. SJ Anderson 37, Sedel 39, Kolowich 38, Kimmet 41. At Ottawa Park.

EASTWOOD 150, ELMWOOD 162, LAKE 172: East Michel 35, Speck 36, Schulte 39, Shank 40, Schuessler 42, Overhulse 49; Elm Story 38; Seibert 41, Brooks 41, Smithey 42, Day 48, Knaggs 52; L Conley 36, Lowe 43, Robinson 46, Carr 47, Smith 49, Leatherman 49. At Briar Hill.

NORTHVIEW 158, ANTHONY WAYNE 168: N Treece 36, Yacko 40, Hurst 41, Monazahian 41; AW McCrory 39, Glass 41, McCarthy 43, Hayes 45. At Sylvania CC.

MAUMEE 152, CENTRAL CATHOLIC 167: M Nelson 35, Chapman 36, Robinson 39, Long 42; CC Kaminski 39, Baranak 42, Jacobs 42, Sugg 44. At Detwiler.

CARDINAL STRITCH 165, EMMANUEL BAPTIST 168: S McGinnis 39, Rupp 42, Niehaus 42, Palmer 42. EB L. Tracy 40, Havers 41, Baden 41, Z. Tracy 46. At Eagles Landing.

GENOA 159, GIBSONBURG 191: Ge Shaner 36, Evans 41, Reeder 41, Winters 41; Gi Fritz 42, Shumaker 47, Shafer 48, Fork 54. At Sycamore Hills.

WAUSEON 149, SWANTON 153: W Uphaus 35, Forshey 37, Stechschulte 39, Dietrich 38; S Lavine 36, Thomas 38, Betz 39, Jimison 40. At Ironwood.

WAITE 199, LIBBEY no team score: W Duris 37, Howe 51, Reetz 55, Yoder 56; L Levonte 65, Seizmore 96.

NAPOLEON 160, ROSSFORD 166: N Edwards 39, Lambert 40, Reed 40, Johnson 41; R Bell 38, Rysz 41, Walbolt 43, Harry 44.

Girls

NW Ohio Golf League

Team scores: 1. Whitmer 185, 2. St. Ursula 202, Southview 202, 3. Cardinal Strich 209, 4. Central Catholic 236, 5. Rossford 241, 6. Van Buren 248, 7. Scott NS, 8. Rogers DQ. At Highland Meadows.

Individuals: 1. Flusher (W) 44; 2. Daney (CS) 45; 3. Wenger (W) 46, Sprunk (CC) 46; 5. Rossler (R) 47; 6. Rygalski (W) 47.

BASEBALL

IL Playoffs

Governors Cup Championship

(Best-of-5)

Toledo vs. Indianapolis

Tonight

Indianapolis at Toledo, 6:30

Tomorrow

Indianapolis at Toledo, 6:30

Thursday

Toledo at Indianapolis, 8

Friday

Toledo at Indianapolis, 8, if necessary

Saturday

Toledo at Indianapolis, 8, if necessary

NOTES

The STINGRAYS BASEBALL 12-and-under team is holding open tryouts Sept. 17-18. Information: Rich Miller, 419-661-9634.

The Hicksville High School cross country team is is holding a UNIFORM FUND-RAISER Sept. 18 at 4 p.m. at St. John s Lutheran Church in Hicksville. Guest speakers will be Doug Etzler and Lee Caryer Tickets are $15. Information: Call 419-542-1500 a.m. or 419-542-6202 p.m.

PREP TENNIS

OTTAWA HILLS 3, TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 2: Jain (OH) d. Martin, 6-1, 6-2; Bornstein (OH) d. Fischer, 7-6 (7-3), 6-1; Biswas (OH) d. Eversole, 6-1, 6-1; Siebert-Beauch (TC) d. Albert-Day, 4-6, 4-4, retired; Simcox-Lepkowsler (TC) d. Buckey-Geha, 6-1, 6-4.

ARCHBOLD 3, SPRINGFIELD 2: Sauder (A) d. Mahlman, 6-0, 6-1; Courtney (S) d. Monahan, 6-4, 7-6; Frederick (A) d. Houser, 6-0, 6-3; Johnson-Lehman (A) d. Owens-Myers, 6-3, 6-4; Clink-Binkley (S) d. Gautsche-Lange, 6-1, 3-6, 7-5.

MAUMEE VALLEY CD 5, HURON 0: Dewan (MV) d. Weir, 6-2, 6-3; Naganathan (MV) d. Holza, 6-1, 6-1; Pesin (MV) d. Klaus, 6-1, 6-1; Ballenger-Krueger (MV) d. Bloor-Martin, 6-1, 6-2; Bearss-Barrett (MV) d. Bark-Mentis, 7-6 (8-6), 6-4.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 4, CELINA 1: Carpenter (OG) d. Casad, 6-2, 6-2; Piper (C) d. Brinkman, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2; Kahle (OG) d. Mencchof, 6-2, 6-1; Kruse-Recker (OG) d. VanTilborg-Gunter, 6-0, 6-1; A. Leopold-K. Leopold (OG) d. Brooks-Kluver, 6-1, 6-2.

ANTHONY WAYNE 5, ROGERS 0: McCormick d. Burghardt, 6-1, 6-0; Modrowski d. Hettle, 6-0, 6-0; Colbry d. Reid, 6-0, 6-0. Accettola-Crawford d. Crosby-Early, 6-0, 6-0; Johnson-Sheldrick d. Cummings-McCurley, 6-0, 6-0.

ST. URSULA 5, BOWSHER 0: O Connell d. Baker 6-0, 6-1; Leonard d. Laberdee 6-0, 6-0; Davis d. Milliron 6-0, 6-0. Masters-Eccleston d. Carmony-Yates 6-0, 6-0; Bechtel-Ammons d. Thomas-Konrad 6-0, 6-0.

LIBBEY 4, WAITE 1: Moore (L) d. Gwin, 6-0, 6-0; Campbell (L) d. Wills, 6-0, 6-1; Oliver (L) d. Pacina, 6-4, 6-4. Huss-Morris (L) d. Buezko-Butler, 6-1, 6-4; Miller-Smith (W) d. Slates-Jaques, 6-3, 6-2.

FINDLAY 3, SOUTHVIEW 2: Kellogg (F) d. Sh. Haidar, 6-2, 6-2; Sa. Haidar (S) d. Harless (F), 6-0, 6-0; Katz (S) d. Lause, 6-1, 6-1; Ammons-Babcock (F) d. Schafer-Britton, 6-1, 6-3; Schaible-Ratnasamy (F) d. Craig-Teeple, 6-3, 6-3.

WNBA PLAYOFFS

Finals

Connecticut vs. Sacramento

Tomorrow

Sacramento at Connecticut, 8 p.m.

Thursday

Sacramento at Connecticut, 8 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 18

Connecticut at Sacramento, 4 p.m.

AUTO RACING

NASCAR Nextel Cup

POINTS LEADERS

1. Tony Stewart, 5,050. 2. Greg Biffle, 5,045. 3. Rusty Wallace,,5040. 4. Jimmie Johnson, 5,035.5, Kurt Busch, 5,030. 6. Mark Martin, 5,025. 7. Jeremy Mayfield, 5,020. 8 (tie) Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth, 5,015. 10. Ryan Newman, 5,005.

11. Elliott Sadler, 2,989. 12. Jeff Gordon, 2,972. 13. Jamie McMurray, 2,972. 14. Kevin Harvick, 2,937. 15. Joe Nemechek, 2,879.

MONEY LEADERS

1. Jeff Gordon, $5,384,534. 2. Kurt Busch, $5,347,993. 3. Tony Stewart, $5,327,800. 4. Jimmie Johnson, $5,128,454. 5. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., $4,440,602. 6. Mark Martin, $4,288,218. 7. Greg Biffle, $4,253,378. 8. Matt Kenseth, $4,166,514. 9. Ryan Newman, $4,076,879. 10. Kasey Kahne, $3,794,003.

11. Elliott Sadler, $3,737,799. 12. Kevin Harvick, $3,734,784. 13. Rusty Wallace, $3,694,891. 14. Jeremy Mayfield, $3,515,773. 15. Bobby Labonte, $3,474,979. 16. Dale Jarrett, $3,463,856. 17. Michael Waltrip, $3,368,343. 18. Ricky Rudd, $3,210,597. 19. Carl Edwards, $3,195,618. 20. Jeff Burton, $3,194,066.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conf.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 17

Toledo at Temple, 1

E. Michigan at Michigan, Noon

Ball St. at Auburn, 2:30

C. Michigan at Penn St., 3:30

Ohio at Virginia Tech, 3:30

Miami at Kent St., 4

Tennessee Tech at N. Illinois, 4

Akron at Middle Tennessee, 5

S. Illinois at W. Michigan, 7

Rutgers at Buffalo, 8

Big Ten Conference

SATURDAY, SEPT. 17

E. Michigan at Michigan, Noon

San Diego St. at Ohio St., 3:30

N. Iowa at Iowa, 3:30

Michigan St. at Notre Dame, 3:30

C. Michigan at Penn St., 3:30

Illinois at California, 5

Kentucky at Indiana, 6:45

Wisconsin at North Carolina, 7

Florida Atlantic at Minnesota, 8:30

Purdue at Arizona, 10

Northwestern at Arizona St., 10

National

THURSDAY

EAST

Wagner at St. Peter s, 7

SOUTH

Hampton at N. Carolina A&T, 7:30

SOUTHWEST

Utah at TCU, 7:30

FRIDAY

SOUTHWEST

Houston at UTEP, 8

SATURDAY

EAST

William & Mary at Rhode Island, Noon

Virginia at Syracuse, Noon

Colgate at Dartmouth, 12:30

Bucknell at Cornell, 1

Brown at Georgetown, D.C., 1

Harvard at Holy Cross, 1

Sacred Heart at Iona, 1

Ursinus at La Salle, 1

Princeton at Lafayette, 1

California, Pa. at Monmouth, N.J., 1

Butler at Robert Morris, 1

Baylor at Army, 3

New Hampshire at Towson, 3

Duquesne at Penn, 3:30

Richmond at Maine, 6

Albany, N.Y. at Massachusetts, 6

West Chester at Delaware, 7

Columbia at Fordham, 7

Stony Brook at Hofstra, 7

Cent. Connecticut St. at Marist, 7

Northeastern at Villanova, 7

Florida St. at Boston College, 7:45

Rutgers at Buffalo, 8

SOUTH

Oregon St. at Louisville, Noon

West Virginia at Maryland, Noon

Mississippi at Vanderbilt, 12:30

VMI at Duke, 1

Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia, 1

Tennessee St. at Tenn.-Martin, 1

Jacksonville at Charleston Southern, 1:30

Presbyterian at Elon, 2

Morgan St. vs. Savannah St. at Cleveland, 2

Cheyney at Nicholls St., 3

Coastal Carolina at Appalachian St., 3:30

Miami at Clemson, 3:30

Alabama at South Carolina, 3:30

Delaware St. at James Madison, 6

E. Kentucky at N.C. State, 6

East Carolina at Wake Forest, 6:30

Connecticut at Georgia Tech, 6:45

Langston at Alcorn St., 7

S. Carolina St. vs. Bethune-Cookman at Jacksonville, Fla., 7

Lenoir-Rhyne at Davidson, 7

Howard at Florida A&M, 7

Samford at Furman, 7

Texas Southern at Jackson St., 7

Youngstown St. at Liberty, 7

Indiana St. at Murray St., 7

UCF at South Florida, 7

McNeese St. at Southern Miss., 7

Jacksonville St. at UAB, 7

Georgia Southern at Wofford, 7

MVSU at Alabama A&M, 7:30

Tennessee at Florida, 8

Northwestern St. at Louisiana-Lafayette, 8

Chattanooga at Memphis, 8

Prairie View at Southern U., 8

Mississippi St. vs. Tulane at Shreveport, La., 8

MIDWEST

Austin Peay at Dayton, 1

Morehead St. at Valparaiso, 1

Troy at Missouri, 2

Pittsburgh at Nebraska, 3:30

W. Carolina at Cincinnati, 7

Illinois St. at E. Illinois, 7

Louisiana Tech at Kansas, 7

SE Missouri at Missouri St., 7

Weber St. at N. Dakota St., 7

S. Illinois at W. Michigan, 7

Drake at Wis.-Platteville, 7

Florida Atlantic at Minnesota, 8:30

SOUTHWEST

SMU at Texas A&M, 12:30

Alabama St. at Ark.-Pine Bluff, 7

Tulsa at North Texas, 7

Arkansas St. at Oklahoma St., 7

Rice at Texas, 7

Sam Houston St. at Texas Tech, 7

W. Illinois at Stephen F.Austin, 8

FAR WEST

Wyoming at Air Force, 2

S. Dakota St. at Montana, 3

SE Louisiana at N. Colorado, 3

Oklahoma at UCLA, 3:30

Idaho at Washington, 3:30

Yale at San Diego, 4:30

Montana-Western at Idaho St., 5

S. Utah at N. Arizona, 6

Fresno St. at Oregon, 7

Grambling St. vs. Washington St. at Seattle, 7

New Mexico St. at New Mexico, 8

Montana St. at Cal Poly-SLO, 9

W. Oregon at E. Washington, 9

Sacramento St. at Portland St., 9

UNLV at Nevada, 10

UC Davis at Stanford, 10

Arkansas at Southern Cal, 10:15

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

SATURDAY, SEPT. 17

Chicago at Columbus, 7:30

Colorado at D.C. United, 7:30

New England at MetroStars, 7:30

Los Angeles at Kansas City, 8:30

San Jose at CD Chivas USA, 10

SUNDAY, SEPT. 18

Real Salt Lake at FC Dallas, 2

PREP SOCCER

Boys

State poll

DIVISION I

1, Cle. St. Ignatius 5-0-0 88

2, Upper Arlington 4-0-1 71

3, Westerville North 5-1-0 47

Kettering Fairmont 5-0-0 47

5, Fairfield 5-0-0 46

6, Cin. St. Xavier 4-1-0 41

7, Centerville 4-0-0 38

8, Brecksville 5-0-0 23

9, Wadsworth 4-1-0 19

10, Ashland 5-1-0 9

DIVISION II

1, Dayton Carroll 4-0-0 99

2, CVCA 4-1-0 82

3, Bay Village Bay 4-0-0 78

4, Cols. Watterson 3-0-0 73

5, Poland Seminary 4-0-0 51

6, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit 3-2-0 34

7, Cin. Indian Hill 3-1-0 32

8, Defiance 6-0-0 29

9, Chill. Unioto 6-0-0 26

10, Vermilion 4-0-1 15

DIVISION III

1, Spring. Cent. Cath. 4-0-0 99

2, Cin. Summit Country Day 3-2-1 95

3, Carroll Bloom-Carroll 3-0-0 77

4, Young. Mooney 2-1-1 48

Cin. Country Day 4-1-2 48

6, Ada 4-0-0 42

Oberlin 5-1-0 42

8, Worth. Christian 2-0-1 21

Hudson Western Reserve Acad. 2-1-1 21

10, Genoa 4-1-0 15

Yesterday

EASTWOOD 2, WAUSEON 1: E Schemenauer 2; W Elson.

SLAINE 3, ST. JOHN S 0: Smith 2, Chad.

Girls

State poll

DIVISION I

1, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit 6-0-0 108

2, Strongsville 4-0-1 81

3, Dublin Coffman 3-0-2 64

4, Cin. St. Ursula 3-1-0 61

5, Beavercreek 6-0-0 49

6, Medina 4-0-0 46

7, Northview 4-0-0 34

8, W. Chester Lakota West 2-0-2 28

9, Pickerington N. 3-1-0 13

10, Brecksville 3-1-1 13

DIVISION II

1, Hamilton Badin 5-0-0 71

2, Kettering Alter 2-1-0 63

3, Young. Mooney 3-1-1 47

4, Doylestown Chippewa 3-0-1 46

5, Cin. Madeira 4-0-1 40

6, New Albany 4-1-1 35

7, Lynchburg-Clay 6-0-0 22

8, Warsaw Riverview 4-1-0 20

9, Cols. Hartley 5-1-0 11

Cin. Indian Hill 2-1-2 11

Yesterday

ST. URSULA 6, CENTRAL 2: SU--Case, Kenney 2, Niese, Durbin, Fudacz. C--Farell, Markho.

NORTHWOOD 6, MARGARETTA 3: N Ferguson 4, Reichard 2; M Gray 2, King.

BOWLING GREEN 7, FREMONT ROSS 0: BG Wilhelm 3, Paul, Strange, Green, McDonough.

ANTHONY WAYNE 3, NOTRE DAME 0: Rohr, Hill, Swope.

ELIDA 1, OTTAWA-GLANDORF 0: E- Conrad.

WHITMER 7, CARDINAL STRITCH 2: W- Doellner, Huffman 3, Rex, Roumaya 2; CS- Borysiak 2.

PREP FIELD HOCKEY

MAUMEE VALLEY CD 3, MAGNIFICAT 0: Rothman, LeSage, Holman.

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

Baltimore 4 TENNESSEE

Pittsburgh 6 HOUSTON

INDIANAPOLIS 81/2 Jacksonville

Detroit 21/2 CHICAGO

CINCINNATI 3 Minnesota

PHILADELPHIA Off San Francisco

TAMPA BAY 21/2 Buffalo

New England 3 CAROLINA

SEATTLE Off Atlanta

ARIZONA 1 St. Louis

NY JETS 6 Miami

GREEN BAY 7 Cleveland

DENVER 3 San Diego

Kansas City 11/2 OAKLAND

(Monday)

DALLAS 6 Washington

NY GIANTS 3 New Orleans

College Football

(Thursday)

Utah 3 T.C.U.

(Friday)

TEXAS EL PASO 12 Houston

(Saturday)

Virginia 9 SYRACUSE

LOUISVILLE 131/2 Oregon State

MICHIGAN 31 Eastern Mich.

MARYLAND 4 West Virginia

TEXAS A&M 281/2 S.m.u.

VANDERBILT 31/2 Mississippi

Toledo 30 TEMPLE

PENN STATE 23 Central Michigan

AUBURN 371/2 Ball State

Baylor 5 ARMY

WAKE FOREST 131/2 East Carolina

BOSTON COLLEGE 1 Florida State

NOTRE DAME 7 Michigan State

OHIO STATE 27 San Diego State

U.C.L.A. 7 Oklahoma

NEBRASKA 101/2 Pittsburgh

Alabama 2 S. CAROLINA

VIRGINIA TECH 341/2 Ohio U.

WASHINGTON 13 Idaho

Miami-Ohio 51/2 KENT STATE

CALIFORNIA 211/2 Illinois

Rutgers 22 BUFFALO

INDIANA 21/2 Kentucky

SOUTH FLORIDA 9 Central Florida

Wisconsin 3 N. CAROLINA

GEORGIA TECH 17 Connecticut

TEXAS 401/2 Rice

OREGON 2 Fresno State

KANSAS 14 Louisiana Tech

AIR FORCE 21/2 Wyoming

Miami-Florida 71/2 CLEMSON

FLORIDA 5 Tennessee

x-Mississippi St 2 Tulane

NEW MEXICO 23 New Mexico St.

Purdue 8 ARIZONA

ARIZONA STATE 15 Northwestern

Nevada Las Vegas 11/2 NEVADA

SOUTHERN CAL 311/2 Arkansas

GEORGIA 38 Louisiana-Monroe

MISSOURI 21 Troy State

MIDDLE TENN ST 61/2 Akron

OKLA. STATE 241/2 Arkansas State

MINNESOTA 311/2 Florida Atlantic

NORTH TEXAS 5 Tulsa

x-at Independence Bowl in Shreveport.

Baseball

National League

Atlanta 61/2 -71/2 PHILADELPHIA

NY METS 7-8 Washington

CHICAGO CUBS 6-7 Cincinnati

Florida 7-8 HOUSTON

ST. LOUIS 16-18 Pittsburgh

ARIZONA 61/2 -71/2 Milwaukee

LA DODGERS 71/2 -81/2 Colorado

SAN FRANCISCO Even-6 San Diego

American League

Minnesota 51/2 -61/2 DETROIT

CLEVELAND 61/2 -71/2 Oakland

Boston 61/2 -71/2 TORONTO

Ny Yankees 7-8 TAMPA BAY

TEXAS 51/2 -61/2 Baltimore

Chi White Sox 61/2 -71/2 KANSAS CITY

La Angels 6-7 SEATTLE

Home team in CAPS

NFL

LAST NIGHT

Atlanta 14, Philadelphia 10

SUNDAY

Miami 34, Denver 10

Washington 9, Chicago 7

Buffalo 22, Houston 7

Pittsburgh 34, Tennessee 7

Kansas City 27, N.Y. Jets 7

Jacksonville 26, Seattle 14

New Orleans 23, Carolina 20

Cincinnati 27, Cleveland 13

Tampa Bay 24, Minnesota 13

Detroit 17, Green Bay 3

Dallas 28, San Diego 24

N.Y. Giants 42, Arizona 19

San Francisco 28, St. Louis 25

Indianapolis 24, Baltimore 7

SUNDAY, SEPT. 18

Detroit at Chicago, 1

Baltimore at Tennessee, 1

Pittsburgh at Houston, 1

Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 1

Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1

Minnesota at Cincinnati, 1

New England at Carolina, 1

San Francisco at Philadelphia, 1

Atlanta at Seattle, 4:05

St. Louis at Arizona, 4:05

Miami at N.Y. Jets, 4:15

Cleveland at Green Bay, 4:15

San Diego at Denver, 4:15

Kansas City at Oakland, 8:30

MONDAY, SEPT. 19

N.Y. Giants at New Orleans, 7:30

Washington at Dallas, 9

Philadelphia 0 7 0 3 10

Atlanta 14 0 0 0 14

Atl Vick 7 run (Peterson kick), 3:06.

Atl Duckett 1 run (Peterson kick), :09.

Phi Westbrook 9 pass from McNabb (Akers kick), 11:21.

Phi FG Akers 44, 9:20.

A 70,806.

TEAM STATS

Phi Atl

First downs 18 18

Total Net Yards 301 319

Rushes-yards 14-51 40-200

Passing 250 119

Punt Returns 3-28 2-0

Kickoff Returns 3-48 2-53

Interceptions Ret. 1-0 1-38

Comp-Att-Int 24-45-1 12-23-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-7 4-37

Punts 5-42.6 7-40.1

Fumbles-Lost 3-2 3-2

Penalties-Yards 8-55 7-88

Time of Possession 26:09 33:51

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Philadelphia, Westbrook 12-47, Gordon 1-4, McNabb 1-0. Atlanta, Dunn 21-117, Vick 11-68, Duckett 8-15.

PASSING Philadelphia, McNabb 24-45-1-257. Atlanta, Vick 12-23-1-156.

RECEIVING Philadelphia, Owens 7-112, Westbrook 7-64, G.Lewis 5-44, L.J.Smith 3-29, R.Brown 1-7, Parry 1-1. Atlanta, Crumpler 4-54, Jenkins 3-80, Finneran 2-12, Blakley 1-9, Griffith 1-1, Dunn 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS Philadelphia, Akers 49 (SH), 49 (WR).

CFL

FRIDAY

Winnipeg at Ottawa

PREP VOLLEYBALL

State poll

DIVISION I

1, St. Ursula (32) 6-0 413

2, Cin. Mt. Notre Dame (4) 4-1 229

3, Rocky River Magnificat (4) 6-0 222

4, Cin. Ursuline Acad. (2) 5-0 217

5, Elyria 6-1 187

6, Cin. Seton 5-2 175

7, Central Catholic (1) 5-1 140

8, Findlay 7-1 108

9, Cin. Walnut Hills 7-0 88

10, Cin. St. Ursula Acad. 3-4 56

DIVISION II

1, Cin. R. Bacon (35) 5-0 392

2, Kettering Alter (2) 5-1 320

3, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit 6-1 165

4, Millersburg W. Holmes (1) 4-1 163

5, Ottawa-Glandorf (2) 7-0 146

6, Olmsted Falls 5-1 124

7, Warsaw River View (2) 7-0 121

8, Sunbury Big Walnut 5-1 113

9, Cortland Lakeview (1) 6-0 104

10, Cin. McNicholas 2-4 72

DIVISION III

1, Versailles (6) 9-0 284

2, Carroll Bloom-Carroll (14) 10-0 278

3, Huron (12) 3-0 214

4, Loudonville (1) 9-0 191

5, Albany Alexander (2) 7-0 184

6, Zoarville Tusc. Valley (3) 7-1 147

7, Columbiana Crestview (1) 6-0 136

8, Mohawk (2) 6-0 131

9, Lore City Buckeye Trail (1) 6-0 119

10, Marion Elgin 6-1 101

DIVISION IV

1, Sidney Lehman Cath. (20) 7-0 351

2, St. Henry (14) 5-1 316

3, Frankfort Adena (3) 9-1 227

4, Jackson Center 7-0 204

5, Maria Stein Marion Local 4-2 148

6, Old Fort 5-0 146

7, Newark Cath. 3-0 123

8, New Wash. Buckeye Cent. (1) 5-1 100

9, Kidron Cent. Christian 6-0 88

10, Convoy Crestview 5-0 87

Yesterday

Evergreen d. Ottawa Hills, 25-9, 25-10

Evergreen d. Lake, 25-18, 25-13

Lake d. Ottawa Hills, 25-11, 25-12

Central d. Rogers, 25-4, 25-4, 25-4.

Notre Dame d. Scott, 25-20, 25-17, 25-17.

Cardinal Strich d. Ottawa Hills, 25-13, 25-4, 25-6.

Clay d. Bowsher, 27-25, 25-19, 25-20.

Waite d. Woodward, 25-12, 25-18, 25-20

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

CLEVELAND INDIANS Recalled RHP Fausto Carmona and RHP Jason Davis from Buffalo of the IL.

OAKLAND ATHLETICS Recalled OF Hiram Bocachica and RHP Jairo Garciafrom Sacramento of the PCL. Designated RHP Seth Elarton for assignment.

National League

CINCINNATI REDS Announced RHP Ben Weber accepted outright assignment to Louisville of the IL.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Activated OF Barry Bonds from the 60-day DL.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

ATLANTA HAWKS Signed F-C Esteban Batista.

MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES Signed G Bracey Wright.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

LOS ANGELES KINGS Announced the retirement of RW Trent Klatt.

MONTREAL CANADIENS Signed W Michael Ryder to a one-year contract.

NEW YORK RANGERS Announced the retirement of C Mark Messier.

ECHL

COLUMBIA INFERNO Signed F Dave Bonk and F Justin Aikins.

COLLEGE

MARIST Named Dennis Healy baseball coach.

BOWLING HONOR ROLL

300 Games

Chip Irons, Timbers 174-300-186-660

MEN (750 or better)

Brian Dick, Timbers 769

WOMEN (650 or better)

Lola Baucam, Imperial 650

HOLES IN ONE

STAN CARSON, No. 8 at Fallen Timbers, 148 yards, 7-iron.

MARC SEYMOUR, No. 14 at Brandywine, 152 yards, 7-iron.

SPORTLIGHT

Sept. 13

1930 Tommy Armour beats Gene Sarazen 1 up to win the PGA Championship.

1959 Neale Fraser of Australia wins the men s singles title in the U.S. Open with a four-set victory over Alex Olmedo. Brazil s Maria Bueno wins the women s title.

1964 Roy Emerson beats fellow Australian Fred Stolle to win the men s title in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association championships. Brazil s Maria Bueno wins the women s title.

1970 Only 55 of 126 finish the first New York City Marathon, with Gary Muhrcke winning in 2 hours, 31 minutes, 38.2 seconds.

1970 Ken Rosewall of Australia beats countryman Tony Roche in the men s singles final at the U.S. Open.

1981 The Atlanta Falcons, trailing 17-0 with 13 minutes remaining in the game, score 31 points to beat the Green Bay Packers 31-17. The Falcons score touchdowns on a punt return, two by passes, an interception return and a fumble return.

1981 John McEnroe defeats Bjorn Borg to win his third straight men s singles title in the U.S. Open.

1987 Ivan Lendl beats Mats Wilander for his third U.S. Open crown, 6-7, 6-0, 7-6, 6-4.

1989 Pat Day breaks the record for most winners in one day when he scores with eight of his nine mounts at Arlington Racecourse in Illinois. It is the best day for one program in North American thoroughbred racing history. In his only loss, Day finishes second.

1992 Buffalo s Jim Kelly and San Francisco s Steve Young throw for more than 400 yards and neither team punts, the first time in NFL history, as the Bills beat the 49ers 34-31.

1997 Cade McNown throws a school-record five touchdown passes as UCLA routs No. 11 Texas 66-3. It s the second-worst loss for Texas, which lost 68-0 to Chicago in 1904, and the biggest defeat by any team ranked in The Associated Press college football poll.

2003 Tonya Butler makes a field goal and three extra points for Division II West Alabama. Butler, a 5-foot-5, 140-pound senior, kicks a 27-yarder in the first quarter to help the Tigers beat Stillman College 24-17. It could not be confirmed whether Butler was the first woman to kick a field goal because NCAA statistics do not differentiate between sexes.



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