Loading…
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Current Weather
Loading Current Weather....
Published: Wednesday, 11/9/2005

Prep football, soccer, volleyball, ECHL

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

This week s pairings

DIVISION I

All games Saturday, 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted

Region 1

At Cleveland Browns Stadium

(1) Lakewood St. Edward (10-0) vs. (5) Lyndhurst Brush (8-3), 1 p.m.

(2) Solon (11-0) vs. (3) Cle. Glenville (11-0), 5 p.m.

Region 2

At Parma Byers Field

(1) Can. McKinley (11-0) vs. (5) Elyria (9-2)

At Mansfield Senior Arlin Field

(2) Findlay (10-1) vs. (3) Massillon Washington (10-1)

Region 3

At Upper Arlington Moorhead Memorial Stadium

(1) Hilliard Davidson (11-0) vs. (4) Grove City (8-3)

At Dublin Coffman Rocks Stadium

(7) Worthington Kilbourne (8-3) vs. (3) Gahanna Lincoln (7-4)

Region 4

At Cincinnati Paul Brown Stadium

(1) Cin. St. Xavier (11-0) vs. (5) Cin. Colerain (10-1), 6 p.m.

(2) Huber Hts. Wayne (10-1) vs. (3) Centerville (10-1), 2 p.m.

DIVISION II

All Games Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Region 5

At Barberton Rudy Sharkey Stadium

(4) Copley (9-2) vs. (1) Tallmadge (11-0)

At Bedford Stewart Field at Bearcat Stadium

(6) Akr. Hoban (9-2) vs. (2) Willoughby S. (11-0)

Region 6

At Fremont Ross Harmon Field at Paul Stadium

(4) Powell Olentangy Liberty (10-1) vs. (1) Avon Lake (11-0)

At Tiffin National Field at Frost-Kalnow Stadium

(6) Mansfield Madison (8-3) vs. (2) Central Catholic (10-1)

Region 7

At Lexington Minuteman Field

(4) Dublin Scioto (8-3) vs. (1) Louisville (11-0)

At Massillon Paul Brown Stadium

(3) Cols. Watterson (10-1) vs. (2) Canfield (11-0)

Region 8

At Cincinnati Princeton Mancuso Field

(4) Washington C.H. Miami Trace (9-2) vs. (1) Springboro (11-0)

At Dayton Welcome Stadium

(7) W. Carrollton (7-4) vs. (6) Day. Carroll (9-2)

DIVISION III

All Games Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Region 9

At Solon Stewart Field

(5) Youngs. Liberty (11-0) vs. (1) Mentor Lake Cath. (10-1)

At Twinsburg Tiger Stadium

(3) Akr. Buchtel (9-2) vs. (2) Aurora (10-1)

Region 10

At Findlay Donnell Stadium

(5) Day. Chaminade-Julienne (7-4) vs. (1) Clyde (10-1)

At Troy Memorial Stadium

(3) Kettering Alter (9-2) vs. (2) Spring. Shawnee (10-1)

Region 11

At Austintown-Fitch Falcon Stadium

(4) Canal Fulton NW (9-2) vs. (1) Steubenville (11-0)

At Zanesville Sulsberger Memorial Stadium

(6) New Concord John Glenn (9-2) vs. (2) Newark Licking Valley (11-0)

Region 12

At Springfield North Panther Stadium

(5) Thornville Sheridan (8-3) vs. (1) Cin. Indian Hill (11-0)

At Gahanna Lincoln Stadium

(3) Cols. DeSales (7-4) vs. (2) New Albany (10-1)

DIVISION IV

All Games Saturday, 7 p.m.

Region 13

At Uniontown Lake Blue Streak Stadium

(1) Youngs. Mooney (9-2) vs. (4) Akr. Manchester (10-1)

At Green Memorial Stadium

(7) Can. Cent. Cath. (8-3) vs. (6) Akr. SVSM (7-4)

Region 14

At Tiffin National Field at Frost-Kalnow Stadium

(1) Ottawa-Glandorf (10-1) vs. (4) Huron (10-1)

At Kenton Robinson Field

(2) Coldwater (11-0) vs. (3) Bellville Clear Fork (8-3)

Region 15

At Byesville Meadowbrook Colt Stadium

(1) Bellaire (12-0) vs. (5) Cols. Hartley (9-2)

At Jackson Holzer Field

(2) Ironton (9-2) vs. (6) Williamsport Westfall (9-2)

Region 16

At Middletown Barnitz Stadium

(1) Germantown Valley View (10-1) vs. (4) Clarksville Clinton-Massie (9-2)

At Xenia Cox Stadium

(2) Lemon-Monroe (10-1) vs. (3) Plain City Jonathan Alder (10-1)

DIVISION V

All Games Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Region 17

At Salem Reilly Stadium

(5) Columbiana Crestview (10-1) vs. (1) N. Lima S. Range (11-0)

At Stow-Monroe Falls Bulldog Stadium

(7) W. Salem NW (9-2) vs. (3) Warren JFK (10-1)

Region 18

At Defiance Fred Brown Stadium

(4) Wayne Trace (11-0) vs. (1) Patrick Henry (11-0)

At Marion Harding Stadium

(3) Liberty-Benton (10-1) vs. (2) Bucyrus Wynford (11-0)

Region 19

At Circleville Logan Elm Braves Field

(4) Lucasville Valley (10-1) vs. (1) Cols. Ready (9-2)

At Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket Stadium

(6) Centerburg (9-2) vs. (2) Howard E. Knox (10-1)

Region 20

At Monroe Lemon-Monroe Hornet Field

(5) Arcanum (10-1) vs. (1) Cin. Hills Christian (11-0)

At Piqua Alexander Stadium/Purk Field

(7) Anna (10-1) vs. (3) Lima Cent. Cath. (10-1)

DIVISION VI

All Games Saturday, 7 p.m.

Region 21

At Youngstown Boardman Spartan Stadium

(1) Columbiana (10-1) vs. (4) Mineral Ridge (9-2)

At Dover Crater Stadium

(7) Mogadore (8-3) vs. (3) Steubenville Cath. Cent. (8-3)

Region 22

At Fostoria Memorial Stadium

(1) Hopewell-Loudon (11-0) vs. (5) Ottawa Hills (9-2)

At Bellevue Athletic Field

(7) Sandusky St. Mary (7-4) vs. (3) Norwalk St. Paul (9-2)

Region 23

At Lancaster FairfieldUnion Falcon Stadium

(1) Lancaster Fisher Cath. (10-1) vs. (5) Newark Cath. (8-3)

At Steubenville Red Devil Field

(2) Hannibal River (8-3) vs. (3) Shadyside (9-2)

Region 24

At Sidney Memorial Stadium

(8) Maria Stein Marion Local (8-3) vs. (5) Delphos St. John s (9-2)

At Wapakoneta Harmon Field

(2) Hardin Northern (11-0) vs. (3) Spring. Cath. Cent. (10-1)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conf.

SATURDAY

Buffalo at Kent St., 1

Ball St. at E. Michigan, 1

C. Michigan at W. Michigan, 2

TUESDAY NOV. 15

BGSU at Miami, 7

Ohio at Akron, 7:30

WEDNESDAY NOV. 16

N. Illinois at Toledo, 7:30

Big Ten Conference

SATURDAY

Indiana at Michigan, Noon

Northwestern at Ohio St., Noon

Michigan St. at Minnesota, Noon

Illinois at Purdue, Noon

Iowa at Wisconsin, 3:30

National

LAST NIGHT

SOUTH

Southern Miss. 27, Marshall 24, OT

TONIGHT

MIDWEST

West Virginia at Cincinnati, 7:30

TOMORROW

SOUTH

Morgan St. at S. Carolina St., 7:30

FAR WEST

Boise St. at Fresno St., 8

FRIDAY

SOUTH

Rutgers at Louisville, 8SATURDAY

EAST

South Florida at Syracuse, TBA

N.C. State at Boston College, Noon or 7:15

Massachusetts at Army, Noon

Penn at Harvard, Noon

Iona at New Hampshire, Noon

Connecticut at Pittsburgh, Noon

Richmond at Towson, Noon

Dartmouth at Brown, 12:30

Bucknell at Colgate, 12:30

Davidson at Georgetown, D.C., 12:30

Lafayette at Holy Cross, 12:30

Hofstra at Northeastern, 12:30

Columbia at Cornell, 1

Lehigh at Fordham, 1

St. Peter s at La Salle, 1

Albany, N.Y. at Monmouth, N.J., 1

Yale at Princeton, 1

Sacred Heart at Robert Morris, 1

Cent. Connecticut St. at Stony Brook, 1

St. Francis, Pa. at Wagner, 1

Rhode Island at Maine, 2

SOUTH

Maryland at North Carolina, Noon or 7:15

Florida St. at Clemson, Noon

Norfolk St. at Delaware St., Noon

Mansfield at Coastal Carolina, 12:30

Florida at South Carolina, 12:30

Morehead St. at Georgia Southern, 1

Florida A&M at Hampton, 1

Bethune-Cookman at Howard, 1

Delaware at William & Mary, 1

Liberty at Charleston Southern, 1:30

Tenn.-Martin at E. Kentucky, 1:30

Villanova at James Madison, 1:30

Gardner-Webb at Savannah St., 1:30

Concordia, Ala. at Grambling St., 2

Arkansas at Mississippi, 2

Jacksonville St. at Samford, 2

Elon at The Citadel, 2

Kentucky at Vanderbilt, 2

Alabama A&M at Alcorn St., 3

Louisiana-Monroe at Middle Tennessee, 3

LSU at Alabama, 3:30

W. Carolina at Appalachian St., 3:30

Wofford at Furman, 3:30

Alabama St. at MVSU, 3:30

Georgia Tech at Virginia, 3:30

Miami at Wake Forest, 3:30

North Texas at Florida Atlantic, 4

Austin Peay at Murray St., 4

Memphis at Tennessee, 4

UCF at UAB, 4

Fla. International at Louisiana-Lafayette, 5

Jacksonville at Webber International, 5

Nicholls St. at SE Louisiana, 7

Auburn at Georgia, 7:45

Northwestern St. at McNeese St., 8

MIDWEST

Colorado at Iowa St., TBA

Missouri-Rolla at Butler, 1

Waldorf at Drake, 1

Navy at Notre Dame, 1

W. Kentucky at Youngstown St., 1

Valparaiso at Aurora, 2

Baylor at Missouri, 2

Kansas St. at Nebraska, 2

Tennessee St. at SE Missouri, 2

Missouri St. at W. Illinois, 2

Tennessee Tech at E. Illinois, 2:30

Indiana St. at Illinois St., 2:30

S. Illinois at N. Iowa, 6

S. Dakota St. at N. Dakota St., 7

SOUTHWEST

Texas A&M at Oklahoma, TBA

Texas Tech at Oklahoma St., TBA

Texas St. at Stephen F.Austin, 2

Tulane at Rice, 3

East Carolina at Tulsa, 3

Kansas at Texas, 3:30

Jackson St. at Prairie View, 4

Southern U. at Ark.-Pine Bluff, 5

Troy at Arkansas St., 7

UNLV at TCU, 7

Texas Southern at UTEP, 9

FAR WEST

Sam Houston St. at N. Colorado, 2

San Diego St. at Colorado St., 3

Southern Cal at California, 3:30

Nevada at New Mexico St., 4

Marist at San Diego, 4

Montana St. at E. Washington, 5

Louisiana Tech at Idaho, 5

Idaho St. at N. Arizona, 5

Washington at Arizona, 6

Weber St. at Portland St., 6

BYU at Wyoming, 6

Stanford at Oregon St., 6:30

New Mexico at Utah, 6:30

Montana at Sacramento St., 7

Arizona St. at UCLA, 7

S. Utah at Cal Poly-SLO, 9

Oregon at Washington St., 10:15

Utah St. at Hawaii, 11

SUNDAY

SOUTHWEST

Southern Miss. at Houston, 5

FOOTBALL

NFL

MONDAY

Indianapolis 40, New England 21

SUNDAY, NOV. 13

Arizona at Detroit, 1

Houston at Indianapolis, 1

San Francisco at Chicago, 1

New England at Miami, 1

Minnesota at N.Y. Giants, 1

Kansas City at Buffalo, 1

Baltimore at Jacksonville, 1

Denver at Oakland, 4:05

N.Y. Jets at Carolina, 4:05

St. Louis at Seattle, 4:15

Green Bay at Atlanta, 4:15

Washington at Tampa Bay, 4:15

Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 8:30

Open: Cincinnati, San Diego, New Orleans, Tennessee

MONDAY, NOV. 14

Dallas at Philadelphia, 9

MONDAY

Indianapolis 7 14 10 9 40

New England 7 0 7 7 21

Ind Harrison 1 pass from Manning (Vanderjagt kick), 12:30.

NE Branch 16 pass from Brady (Vinatieri kick), 5:52.

Ind James 2 run (Vanderjagt kick), 11:50.

Ind Wayne 10 pass from Manning (Vanderjagt kick), :09.

Ind Rhodes 4 run (Vanderjagt kick), 8:36.

NE Graham 31 pass from Brady (Vinatieri kick), 5:46.

Ind FG Vanderjagt 35, 4:45.

Ind FG Vanderjagt 20, 13:58.

NE T.Brown 19 pass from Brady (Vinatieri kick), 10:15.

Ind Harrison 30 pass from Manning (pass failed), 5:53.

A 68,756.

TEAM STATS

Ind NE

First downs 28 17

Total Net Yards 453 288

Rushes-yards 38-132 14-34

Passing 321 254

Punt Returns 1-0 1-29

Kickoff Returns 4-98 8-142

Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-(-1)

Comp-Att-Int 28-37-1 25-40-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 2-31

Punts 1-49.0 3-47.7

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2

Penalties-Yards 7-32 4-24

Time of Possession 36:41 23:19

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING Indianapolis, James 34-104, Manning 3-24, Rhodes 1-4. New England, Dillon 12-40, Brady 1-(minus 1), Cloud 1-(minus 5).

PASSING Indianapolis, Manning 28-37-1-321. New England, Brady 22-33-0-265, Flutie 3-7-0-20.

RECEIVING Indianapolis, Harrison 9-128, Wayne 9-124, Stokley 4-34, James 3-9, Fletcher 2-22, Clark 1-4. New England, Branch 5-58, T.Brown 5-57, Graham 5-41, Givens 4-64, Watson 3-36, Dillon 3-29.

CFL

Playoffs

DIVISION SEMIFINALS

Sunday

EAST

Saskatchewan at Montreal

WEST

Edmonton at Calgary

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

State tournament

DIVISION I

Cin. Seton (22-3) vs. Wooster (24-3), Tomorrow, 6 p.m.; Cin. Mt. Notre Dame (21-3) vs. St. Ursula (27-0), Tomorrow.

STATE FINAL

Saturday, 11 a.m.

DIVISION II

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (23-2) vs. Sunbury Big Walnut (22-5), Friday, Game No. 5; Warsaw River View (24-2) vs. St. Bernard Roger Bacon (27-0), Friday, Game No. 6.

STATE FINAL

Saturday, 7 p.m.

DIVISION III

Cle. VASJ (22-4) vs. Anna (23-4), Friday, Game No. 3; Rockford Parkway vs. Williamsport Westfall (23-3), Friday, Game No. 4.

STATE FINAL

Saturday, 4 p.m.

DIVISION IV

Norwalk St. Paul (23-4) vs. Newark Cath. (28-0), Friday, 11 a.m.; Old Fort (25-2) vs. Sidney Lehman (28-0), Friday, Game No. 2.

STATE FINAL

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

LAST NIGHT

Michigan St. 2, Ferris St. 2, tie

TOMORROW

Bowling Green at Notre Dame

FRIDAY

Bowling Green at Notre Dame

Miami at Lake Superior St.

Michigan at N. Michigan

Nebraska-Omaha at Michigan St.

W. Michigan at Ferris St.

SATURDAY

Ferris St. at W. Michigan

Miami at Lake Superior St.

Michigan at N. Michigan

Nebraska-Omaha at Michigan St.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Bowling Green d. Oakland, 30-24, 30-23, 30-21.

BOWLING

300 games

Allen Keel, Forest View 300-258-270-828

Dan Hayes, Toledo SC 255-246-300-801

Tim Bowser, Forest View 173-278-300-751

Aaron Hawkins, ForestView 214-228-300-742

Dennis Bening, Jug s 300-203-235-739

Matt Henry, Forest View 215-300-220-735

Terry Lorigan, Jug s 237-195-300-732

Russ Jennings, Toledo SC 204-226-300-730

High series

Men (750 or better)

Jim Romstandt, Toledo SC 822

Hal Shortridge, Forest View 814

Doug Gorrell, Jug s 803

Wayne Marble, Toledo SC 795

Josh Dorsey, Forest View 785

DelMar Hogan, Jug s 777

Denny Kirk, Toledo SC 771

Dave Fritz, Forest View 770

Chris Hayward, Forest View 761

Rex Coble, Forest View 755

Bob Tice, Forest View 753

Joe Roberts, Forest View 751

Nick Frank, Forest View 750

Women (650 or better)

Mary Minnick, Toledo SC 747

Tami Alexander, Jug s 689

LaShaun Staples, Bowlero 681

Kerrie Russell, Jug s 673

Jamie Meyer, Jug s 671

Deanna Smith, Jug s 661

Kathy Coombs, Bowlero 657

Doris Hogan, Jug s 657

The Queens

Presented by Dunn Chevy-Buick

At Jug s

STANDINGS: Interstate 162; Toledo Sports Center 131; Ginger & Company Salon 129.5; Bay Center Recreation 86; Twin Oaks Lanes 86; KJ Excavating 81; Church s Chicken 74; Tri County Tire/Drago Trucking 69; Steven s Disposal 66.5; Empire Pro Shop 60

Bay Center Rec. 829-676-670-2175

Twin Oaks 758-717-761-2236

BAY CENTER: Dawn Becker 220-149-161-530; Karen Woelfl 179-168-200-547; Keiran Monnett 214-159-147-520; Tracy Autman 216-200-162-578

TWIN OAKS: Sandy Munger 159-159-189-507; Deb Hensley 184-141-201-526; Justina Kuhnle 202-221-167-590; Marcia Riffle 213-196-204-613

Ginger & Co. Salon 981-912-828-2721

Church s Chicken 890-721-751-2362

GINGER: Joanna Kosier 278-226-244-748; Cheri Nopper-Hahn 192-236-179-607; Shellie Stone 255-227-172-654; Jodi Woessner 256-223-233-712

CHURCH S: Shaun Staples 215-201-204-620; Val Hughley 214-191-223-628; Joyce Jones 234-166-137-537; Natalie Miskiel 227-163-187-577

Steven s Disposal 797-808-792-2397

Tri County/Drago 699-792-802-2293

STEVEN S: Emily Kosier 214-238-219-671; Bobbi Jo Perry 191-200-190-581; Linda Starr 194-184-147-525; Gail Whalen 198-186-236-620

TRI COUNTY/DRAGO: Dawn Wagner 158-180-184-522; Stephanie Snyder 169-174-224-567; Rachel Johnson 144-210-182-536; Katie Hahn 228-228-212-668

Interstate 850-846-896-2592

KJ Excavating 827-687-810-2324

INTERSTATE: Trica Rettig 233-195-177-605; Brooke Summers 213-181-238-632; Jodie Walter 191-256-268-715; Sheri Verespej 213-214-213-640

KJ EXCAVATING: Shelley Akeman 193-162-191-546; Stephanie Plocek 196-180-195-571; Lisa Eicher 194-173-189-556; Wendy Erdmann 244-172-235-651

Toledo SC 890-1006-919-2815

Empire 766-762-772-2300

TOLEDO SC: Mary Minnick 279-268-224-771; Patty Pruss 182-257-193-632; Ann Lawson 194-236-212-642; Shelley Ditmyer 235-245-290-770

EMPIRE: Karen Corum 198-150-222-570; Dede Ruckman 205-184-137-526; Mary Jo Anderson 169-217-181-567; Pam Cousino 194-211-232-637

Next week: 9:15 p.m, at Rossford Lanes

ECHL

LAST NIGHT

Florida 5, South Carolina 4, OT

Fresno at Las Vegas, late

MONDAY

No games scheduled

TONIGHT

Reading at Trenton

Long Beach at Phoenix

Alaska at Idaho

PREP SOCCER

Boys state tournament

STATE FINALS

All games at Columbus Crew Stadium

DIVISION I

Cle. St. Ignatius (22-0-0) vs. Cin. St. Xavier (18-2-2), Friday, 7 p.m.

DIVISION II

Bay Village Bay (17-2-2) vs. Cols. Bexley (17-1-3), Saturday, 11 a.m.

DIVISION III

Youngs. Mooney (18-3-1) vs. Jamestown Greeneview (22-0), Friday, 3 p.m.

LAST NIGHT S RESULTS

STATE SEMIFINALS

DIVISION I

Cin. St. Xavier 1, Dublin Jerome 0, SO

Cle. St. Ignatius 1, Brecksville-Broadview Hts. 0, OT

DIVISION II

Bay Village Bay 1, Cuyahoga Falls CVCA 0, 2OT

Cols. Bexley 2, Day. Carroll 1

DIVISION III

Jamestown Greeneview 2, Worthington Christian 1

Youngs. Mooney 2, Kidron Cent. Christian 1

Girls state tournament

DIVISION I

At Cleveland State University

Green (14-3-5) vs. Strongsville (15-1-5), Tonight, 7 p.m.

At Upper Arlington HS

Dublin Coffman (14-3-4) vs. Cin. St. Ursula (19-1-2), Tonight, 7 p.m.

State Finals

Saturday, 3 p.m., at Columbus Crew Stadium.

DIVISION II

At Ravenna HS or Lexington HS

Bay Village Bay (15-5-1) vs. Doylestown Chippewa (20-0-1), Tonight, 7 p.m.

At Fairborn HS

Cols. Bexley (17-3-2) vs. Hamilton Badin (16-3-2), Tonight, 7 p.m.

State finals

Saturday, 7 p.m., at Columbus Crew Stadium.

NOTES

The MEDINA BASEBALL ACADEMY will be holding tryouts for its U9, U11, and U12 travel baseball teams November 19 at 1 p.m. at Academy, 1600 Holloway Road, Holland, O. Information: Gabriel Medina, 419-861-3884.

TICKETS for tomorrow s state volleyball semi-final game between St. Ursula and Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame will be on sale today and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the St. Ursula main office. Tickets are $7 in advance and $9 at the door. Two buses (for St. Ursula students only) will also be made available for the trip. The cost of bus is $7 per student. Information: Call 419-531-1693.

The District 7 Senior ALL -STAR VOLLEYBALL MATCH will be held November 17 at St. Ursula Academy. The awards for Division III and IV will be given at 6:45 and the matches will follow at 7. Division I and II and awards and matches will follow.

TICKETS for the Ottawa Hills-Hopewell-Loudon football playoff game are on sale in the Ottawa Hills office today, tomorrow and Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tickets are $6 pre-sale and $8 at the gate.

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS Named Michael Healy vice president of park operations.

NEW YORK YANKEES Declined the 2006 contract option on 1B Tino Martinez.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS Named Doug Davis manager of New Hampshire of the EL. Promoted Rick Langford as pitching coach for Syracuse of the IL.

National League

CHICAGO CUBS Agreed to terms with INF Neifi Perez on a two-year contract.

HOUSTON ASTROS Re-signed Mark Bailey, bullpen coach, Cecil Cooper, bench coach, Jose Cruz, first base coach, Gary Gaetti, hitting coach, Jim Hickey, pitching coach, Doug Mansolino, third base coach and Strech Suba, bullpen assistant.

SAN DIEGO PADRES Exercised the 2006 contract option on RHP Akinori Otsuka. Declined the 2006 contract option on INF-OF Eric Young.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NEW JERSEY NETS Waived C Ben Handlogten.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ARIZONA CARDINALS Signed K Neil Rackers to a four-year contract extension.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS Signed QB J.T. O Sullivan from Chicago s practice squad. Released CB Ken Irvin.

NEW YORK JETS Placed TE Chris Baker and WR Wayne Chrebet on injured reserve. Signed WR Dante Ridgeway from the practice squad.

Signed WR Harry Williams, Jr. Signed WR Craig Bragg and TE Corey Lamkin to the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS Reassigned C Zenon Konopka and LW Trevor Gillies to Portland of the AHL.

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Recalled RW Steven Goertzen from Syracuse of the AHL.

LOS ANGELES KINGS Activated C Derek Armstrong from injured reserve. Assigned LW Ken Belanger to Manchester of the AHL.

SAN JOSE SHARKS Activated G Evgeni Nabokov from the injured list. Placed LW Scott Thornton on the injured list.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS Assigned C Petr Sykora to Pardubice of the Czech Republic Extraleague.

ECHL

TOLEDO STORM Traded G Chad Collins to Dayton for cash.

COLLEGE

ARIZONA Announced men s basketball G-F Jawann McClellan had his appeal from academic ineligibility rejected by the NCAA and will be ineligible until Dec. 17.

BUFFALO Fired Jim Hofher, football coach.

NORTHERN MICHIGAN Declined to renew the contract of Doug Sams, football coach.

PROVIDENCE Suspended men s basketball G Dwight Brewington one exhibition game for a violation of team rules.

WRIGHT STATE Suspended G Tyrone Scott and G Robert Eldridge from the basketball team for the rest of the month.

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

BUFFALO 21/2 Kansas City

Washington 1 TAMPA BAY

New England 3 MIAMI

CHICAGO 13 San Francisco

NY GIANTS 91/2 Minnesota

DETROIT 4 Arizona

JACKSONVILLE 7 Baltimore

INDIANAPOLIS 171/2 Houston

CAROLINA 9 Ny Jets

Denver 3 OAKLAND

SEATTLE 7 St. Louis

ATLANTA 9 Green Bay

PITTSBURGH 8 Cleveland

(Monday)

PHILADELPHIA 3 Dallas

College Football

West Virginia 14 CINCINNATI

(Thursday)

FRESNO STATE 71/2 Boise State

(Friday)

LOUISVILLE 22 Rutgers

(Saturday)

South Florida 8 SYRACUSE

OKLAHOMA 13 Texas A&M

BOSTON COLLEGE 4 N.C. State

N. CAROLINA 21/2 Maryland

PITTSBURGH 12 Connecticut

VIRGINIA 5 Georgia Tech

OHIO STATE 17 Northwestern

PURDUE 221/2 Illinois

MICHIGAN 24 Indiana

TENNESSEE 19 Memphis

NOTRE DAME 23 Navy

KENT STATE 8 Buffalo

VANDERBILT 13 Kentucky

WESTERN MICH. 3 Central Michigan

NEBRASKA 6 Kansas State

MINNESOTA 51/2 Michigan State

WISCONSIN 21/2 Iowa

Florida State 11/2 CLEMSON

TEXAS 34 Kansas

E. MICH. 6 Ball State

ARIZONA 13 Washington

Southern Cal 19 CALIFORNIA

Colorado 2 IOWA STATE

U.C.L.A. 4 Arizona State

OREGON STATE 41/2 Stanford

Texas Tech 24 Oklahoma State

MISSISSIPPI 11/2 Arkansas

L.s.u. 3 ALABAMA

Florida 41/2 S. CAROLINA

Oregon 41/2 WASH. STATE

Miami-Fla 17 WAKE FOREST

NBA

WASHINGTON 41/2 La Clippers

CLEVELAND 7 Seattle

Dallas 5 PHILADELPHIA

San Antonio 7 CHARLOTTE

NEW JERSEY 8 Utah

BOSTON 3 Memphis

MINNESOTA 41/2 La Lakers

INDIANA 7 Miami

NEW ORLEANS 4 Orlando

CHICAGO 51/2 Golden State

PORTLAND 2 New York

DENVER 7 Sacramento

Home Team in CAPS

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 9

1953 The U.S. Supreme Court rules 7-2 that baseball is not subject to antitrust laws, maintaining the game is a sport, not a business.

1957 Claude Provost of the Montreal Canadiens sets an NHL record by scoring 4 seconds into the second period of a 4-2 victory over the Boston Bruins.

1972 John Bucyk of the Boston Bruins scores his 1,000th point with a goal in an 8-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings.

1984 Larry Holmes scores a 12th-round technical knockout of Bonecrusher Smith to retain the IBF heavyweight title in Las Vegas. Smith is cut around the eyes and nose, and the match is halted when he is unable to see out of his left eye.

1991 Marshall Faulk of San Diego State returns after missing three games due to injury and breaks the NCAA record for touchdowns by a freshman with his 20th in a 42-32 win over Colorado State.

1991 Houston s Roman Anderson becomes the first player in NCAA history to surpass 400 points by kicking a 32-yard field goal in the Cougars 23-14 victory over Texas.

1996 Evander Holyfield pounds Mike Tyson into submission at 37 seconds of the 11th round to win the WBA heavyweight title in Las Vegas. Holyfield, a 7-1 underdog, becomes the second man to hold a piece of the heavyweight title three times.

2001 Detroit s Luc Robitaille scores in the first period against Anaheim, becoming the 13th player in NHL history to reach 600 career goals.

2002 Montana matches the NCAA Division I-AA record with its 24th straight victory, rallying to beat Sacramento State 31-24.

BASEBALL

American League Cy Young Voting

Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tot

Bartolo Colon, LA 17 11 - 118

Mariano Rivera, NY 8 7 7 68

Johan Santana, Min 3 8 12 51

Cliff Lee, Cle - 2 2 8

Mark Buehrle, Chi - - 5 5

Jon Garland, Chi - - 1 1

Kevin Millwood, Cle - - 1 1



Guidelines: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don't attack other readers personally, and keep your language decent. If a comment violates these standards or our privacy statement or visitor's agreement, click the "X" in the upper right corner of the comment box to report abuse. To post comments, you must be a Facebook member. To find out more, please visit the FAQ.