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Published: Saturday, 11/12/2005

Prep soccer, volleyball, college football, ECHL

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

Boys state tournament

FINALS

At Columbus Crew Stadium

DIVISION I

Cle. St. Ignatius 3, Cin. St. Xavier 1

DIVISION II

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

DIVISION III

Jamestown Greeneview 1, Youngs. Mooney 0, SO

Girls state tournament

FINALS

All games at Columbus Crew Stadium

DIVISION I

Strongsville (16-1-5) vs. Cin. St. Ursula (20-1-2), Today, 7 p.m.

DIVISION II

Doylestown Chippewa (21-0-1) vs. Hamilton Badin (17-3-2), Today, 3 p.m.

All-Ohio

Voted by Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association:

BOYS

DIVISION I

First Team

Mark Blades, Cle. St. Ignatius, sr.; Justin Morrow, Cle. St. Ignatius, sr.; Lamar Skeeter, Kettering Fairmont, jr.; Cam McCreary, Massillon Jackson, sr.; Tyler Wall, Upper Arlington, jr.; Barry Rice, Cle. St. Ignatius, sr.; Tom Mangotic, Anthony Wayne, sr.; Ben Thomas, Fairfield, sr.; Bryan Henson, Ashland, sr.; Kyle Becker, Westerville North, sr.; Arun Sathyanathan, Mason, sr.

Player of the year: Mark Blades, Cle. St. Ignatius.

Coach of the year: Mike Batista, Brecksville.

Assistant Coach of the Year: Dave Kozlowski, Huber Hts. Wayne.

Second Team

Dan Otanicar, Wadsworth, sr.; Steve Sanderfer, Lebanon, sr.; Anthony Frogameni, Northview, sr.; Slavisa Ubiparipovic, Mentor, sr.; Michael Lavrick, Gahanna Lincoln, jr.; D.J. Todd, Centerville, sr.; Josh Albers, Cin. LaSalle, jr.; Joe Nagbe, Lakewood, sr.; Kurt Young, Medina, sr.; Phil Serfaty, Dublin Jerome, sr.; Tony Baraldi, Mass. Jackson, sr.

Third Team

Brandon Stelmak, Brecksville, sr.; Kyle Whiteman, Wooster, sr.; Kevin Lanning, Southview, sr.; T. J. Hosa, Youngs. Boardman, jr.; Casey Logan, Cin. St. Xavier, sr.; Aaron Denny, Troy, jr.; Jason Murray, Westerville Central, sr.; Jeff Grater, Stow, jr.; John Grebenc, Strongsville, sr.; Dan Schade, Westlake, sr.; Mike Hartman, Brecksville, sr.; Nate Thomas, Westerville South, sr.; Konstantin Matejic, Worthington Kilbourne, sr.; Kody Law, Reynoldsburg, jr.; Andrew Cook, Thomas Worthington, sr.; Brad Riley, Pickerington North, sr.; Jonathon Wightman, Clayton Northmont, sr.; Tyler Deal, Sidney, sr.; Josh Bohnenkamp, Perrysburg, sr.; Pat McGrath, Cin. Princeton, jr.; Tim Crone, Liberty Twp. Lakota East, sr.; Steve Wjek, Cin. Moeller, jr.; Clayton Fredrick, Logan, sr.

DIVISION II

First Team

Jeff Popella, Day. Carroll, sr.; Luke Purpero, Waverly, sr.; Ben Zemanski, Cuya. Valley Christian Acad., sr.; Marco DiFranco, Chardon NDCL, sr.; Doug Verhoff, Cols. Watterson, sr.; Stephen McGill, Cin. Turpin, jr.; John Wallace, Beloit West Branch, sr.; Dico Hanycz, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit, sr.; Jeff Baker, Vermillion, jr.; Nick White, New Concord John Glenn, sr.; Dylan Mertz, Defiance, sr.

Player of the year: Jeff Popella, Day. Carroll.

Coach of the Year: Charlie Luse, Bellbrook.

Assistant Coach of the Year: Dave Myers, Cuya. Valley Christian Acad.

Second Team

Josh Williams, Copley, sr.; Patrick Coleman, Chagrin Falls, sr.; Adam Jones, Canfield, sr.; Braden Fleak, Sunbury Big Walnut, sr.; Mike Porto, Tipp City Tippecanoe, sr.; Trent Quatman, Lima Shawnee, jr.; Michael Rossi, Steubenville, jr.; Andy Burke, Cin. Indian Hill, sr.; Ryan Jung, Bellville Clear Fork, sr.; Brian Bolibrzuch, Bellbrook, sr.; Austin Chelko, Bay Village, sr.

Third Team

Lee Ballman, Washington CH, jr.; Alex Allison, Morrow Little Miami, sr.; Lance Hershberger, Dover, sr.; Justin Strizzi, Pepper Pike Orange, sr.; Jason Basil, Chillicothe, sr.; Michael Rossman, Goshen, sr.; Kevin Kiger, Spring. Northwestern, sr.; B.J. Goodwin, Arlington, sr.; Ayoclele Acleclapo, Bexley, sr.; Ben Murray, Cols. DeSales, sr.; Ben Vantreck, Cin. Turpin, sr.; Chris Korb, Hunt. Valley University School, sr.; Jaime Shipley, Richfield Revere, sr.; Larry Sutter, Akr. St. V-St. Mary, sr.; Carl Contrascier, Medina Highland, jr.; Matthew Stump, Elida, sr.; Chad Graven, Maumee, sr.; Zachariah Mills, Ontario, sr.; Nathaniel Eksi, Warren, sr.; Kevin Copenhaver, Cortland Lakeview, sr.; Justin Ecly, Cambridge, sr.; Eric Dummermuth, Dover, so.; Steven McCarthy, Kettering Alter, sr.

DIVISION III

First Team

Ryan Hartman, Jamestown Greeneview, sr.; Jordan Zapotechne, Oberlin, sr.; Kyle Hangs, Cin. Summit Country Day, sr.; Nick Belgians, Carroll Bloom-Carroll, so.; Michael Jaruwannakorn, Chill. Zane Trace, jr.; Cory Hornyak, Genoa, sr.; Stuart Gair, Berlin Center Western Reserve, jr.; Charlie Thompson, Huron, sr.; Ephraim Medaugh, Zanes. Rosecrans, sr.; Jordan Halloran, Springfield Cath. Central, sr.; Blake Pifer, Ada, sr.

Player of the year: Ryan Hartman, Jamestown Greenview.

Coach of the Year: Robert Eakins, Jamestown Greeneview.

Assistant Coach of the Year: Jonathan Davis, Chill. Zane Trace.

Second Team

Drew Sampson, Wheelersburg, sr.; Cole Miller, Berlin Hiland, jr.; Ryan Novotny, Youngs. Ursuline, sr.; John Graves, Cin. Country Day, sr.; Kevin Loos, Elyria Catholic, sr.; Tommy Glenn, Lanc. Fisher Catholic, sr.; Matt Brugei, Fort Jennings, sr.; Kirby Claxon, South Webster, sr.; Misha Carrel-Thomas, Gates Mills Hawken, jr.; Damon Bolton, Cin. Deer Park, sr.; Cameron Vantilburg, Cols. Ready, sr.

Third Team

Craig Quarles, Day. Christian, sr.; Max Weston, Worthington Christian, jr.; Christian Huelsman, Wellington, so.; Adam Bray, Albany Alexander, sr.; Stephen Harckleroad, Xenia Christian, sr.; Jayme Deffenbaugh, Rittman, sr.; Cody DiLauro, Independence, sr.; Tony Pletikosic, Kirtland, jr.; Blaine Peterson, Leavittsburg LaBrae, sr.; Zac Mays, Sardinia Eastern Brown, sr.; Byran Connolly, Brookville, sr.; Brock Martin Gill, Jamestown Greeneview, sr.; Scott Casebere, Day. Oakwood, jr.; Chris Mast, Kidron Central Christian, sr.; Cody Jones, Cin. Hills Christian Acad., sr.; Ryan Hoffman, Kalida, sr.; Ethan Reichenbach, Bluffton, jr.; Kyle Spangler, Van Buren, sr.; Karl Tomblin, Grandview Heights, sr.; Michael Mayo, Cols. Tree of Life Christian , sr.; Josh Shreves, Kinsman Badger, sr.; Andrew Loudon, Youngs. Mooney, sr.

GIRLS

DIVISION I

First Team

Angela Napolitano, Cin. St. Ursula, sr.; Mandi Jack, North Olmsted, sr.; Colleen Kordan, Strongsville, sr.; Liz Secue, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit, jr.; Molly Cornwell, Pickerington North, sr.; Lizzi Traudt, St. Ursula, sr.; Tahnai Annis, Dresden Tri-Valley, so.; Kristin Arnold, Beavercreek, sr.; Catherine Louis, Upper Arlington, sr.; Kelly Usher, Ashland, sr.; Julie Hull, Cin. Sycamore, sr.

Player of the year: Angela Napolitano, Cin. St. Ursula.

Coach of the Year: Steven Popp, Beavercreek.

Assistant Coach of the Year: Heather Thompson, Tipp City Tippecanoe.

Second Team

Angela Salem, Copley, sr.; Sarah Stephens, Northview, sr.; Megan Minnix, Cols. Watterson, jr.; Whitney Price, Marietta, sr.; Jodi Bowline, Youngs. Austintown-Fitch, sr.; Katie Lozar, Brecksville, sr.; Lisa Cruse, Liberty Twp. Lakota East, sr.; Christie Kotynski, Hudson, sr.; Lauren Sharpe, Tipp City Tippecanoe, jr.; Alyssa Brown, Dublin Coffman, jr.; Brittany Jones, Cin. Oak Hills, sr.

Third Team

Caitlin Bodzioney, Avon Lake, sr.; Rose Augustin, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit, jr.; Ali Leak, Pickerington North, sr.; Jessica Leak, Mans. Madison, jr.; Stacey Lucas, Huber Hts. Wayne, sr.; Kelsey Serfozo, Maumee, jr.; Madeline Riddle, Notre Dame, so.; Lauren Thomas, Jackson, sr.; Paige Maxwell, Medina, so.; Kristi Eramo, Cols. DeSales, jr.; Adrienne Knox, Worthington Kilbourne, sr.; Kristen Salter, Strongsville, sr.; Jessica Schein, Mentor, jr.; Jackie Tamerlano, North Royalton, jr.; Sheri Camloh, Eastlake North, sr.; Tara McCrone, Westlake, jr.; Aubree Thomas, Clayton Northmont, jr.; Ashley Vaughan, Centerville, sr.; Brittney Getz, Youngs. Austintown-Fitch, sr.; Faith Juillerat, Mason, sr.; Abby Mink, Cin. McAuley, sr.

DIVISION II

First Team

Kate Drummond, Cin. Madeira, sr.; Jillian Moore, Bexley, sr.; Courtney Rosen, Shaker Hts. Hathaway Brown, sr.; Marisa Simon, Youngs. Mooney, sr.; Sara Boyan, Doylestown Chippewa, jr.; Jenna Cooper, Spring. Northwestern, jr.; Heather Rains, Ham. Badin, sr.; Lauren King, Lynchburg-Clay, sr.; Melanie Schroeder, Miller City, sr.; Carly Migrants, Kettering Alter, jr.; Amy O Hara, Bay Village Bay, sr.

Player of the year: Kate Drummond, Cin. Madeira.

Coach of the Year: Ruth Coney, Doylestown Chippewa.

Assistant Coach of the Year: Dave Langner, Cin. Madeira.

Second Team

Sarah Wiggers, Cin. Indian Hill, sr.; Christina Beech, Ontario, sr.; Charity Fluharty, Cols. School for Girls, sr.; Emily Lindsay, Warsaw Riverview, sr.; Mary Lynn Hadley, Youngs. Stritch, jr.; Andrea Thoma, Youngs. Aquinas, sr.; Megan Groppe, Cin. Mariemont, sr.; Jackie Melendez, Oberlin Firelands, sr.; Lindsey Bartkowski, Akr. Hoban, jr.; Mariah Snyder, Youngs. Ursuline, sr.; Lauren Clay, Germantown Valley View, sr.

Third Team

Ashley Owen, Warsaw Riverview, jr.; Lynnea Pappas, Parma Hts. Holy Name, jr.; Cindi Hay, Minford, jr.; Brittany Kiracofe, Ottawa-Glandorf, so.; Ashley Burkhardt, Spring. Kenton Ridge, jr.; Kay Young, Doylestown Chippewa, so.; Caitlin Shaw, Granville, sr.; Katie Robinson, Cols. Ready, sr.; Courtney Mullan, Mentor Lake Catholic, sr.; Chrissy Butler, Shaker Hts. Hathaway Brown, jr.; Amy Stiltner, Philo, fr.; Marian Weber, Edison, jr.; Bethany Davidson, Lemon-Monroe, sr.; Kayli Hoehn, Middletown Fenwick, sr.; Rebecca Strickland, Jamestown Greeneview, jr.; Abby Griest, Spring. Northwestern, sr.; Megan McCracken, Eastwood, jr.; Tiffany Willson, Swanton, jr.; Marissa Bodnar, Cin. Summit Country Day, sr.; Meredith Snow, Cin. Indian Hill, jr.; K. K. Carouthers, Chagrin Falls.

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 61/2 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

Bye week: Cincinnati, New Orleans, San Diego and Tennessee.

College Football

South Florida 8 SYRACUSE

OKLAHOMA 13 Texas A&M

BOSTON COLLEGE 4 N.C. State

N. CAROLINA 3 Maryland

PITTSBURGH 12 Connecticut

VIRGINIA 4 Georgia Tech

OHIO STATE 19 Northwestern

PURDUE 231/2 Illinois

MICHIGAN 25 Indiana

TENNESSEE 181/2 Memphis

NOTRE DAME 23 Navy

MISSOURI 8 Baylor

KENT STATE 7 Buffalo

VANDERBILT 11 Kentucky

WESTERN MICH. 3 Central Michigan

NEBRASKA 6 Kansas State

MINNESOTA 51/2 Michigan State

WISCONSIN 21/2 Iowa

COLORADO ST. 71/2 San Diego State

TULSA 91/2 East Carolina

B.y.u. 41/2 WYOMING

RICE 11/2 Tulane

UTAH 6 New Mexico

GEORGIA 3 Auburn

Florida State 11/2 CLEMSON

Nevada 10 NEW MEX. ST.

ALA-BIRMINGHAM 8 Central Florida

TEXAS 33 Kansas

Louisiana Tech 91/2 IDAHO

EASTERN MICH. 6 Ball State

ARIZONA 13 Washington

Southern Cal 181/2 CALIFORNIA

Colorado 21/2 IOWA STATE

U.C.L.A. 31/2 Arizona State

OREGON STATE 51/2 Stanford

Texas Tech 23 Oklahoma State

MISSISSIPPI 11/2 Arkansas

T.C.U. 29 Nevada Las Vegas

L.s.u. 3 ALABAMA

Florida 4 S. CAROLINA

Oregon 41/2 WASH. STATE

HAWAII 161/2 Utah State

Miami-Florida 17 WAKE FOREST

x-FLORIDA ATLANTIC 4 North Texas

MIDDLE TENN STATE 11 Louisiana-Monroe

LA-LAFAYETTE 81/2 Fla International

ARKANSAS STATE 3 Troy State

x-at Dolphins Stadium-Miami, FL.

NBA

San Antonio 5 WASHINGTON

Memphis 41/2 ATLANTA

MIAMI 81/2 Charlotte

NEW JERSEY 5 Houston

a-Dallas Off NEW ORLEANS

Indiana 11/2 MILWAUKEE

CHICAGO 6 Utah

PHOENIX 61/2 Golden State

a-Dallas Dirk Nowitzki is questionable.

College Basketball

VIRGINIA TECH 18 Bowling Green

Guardians Classic

WVU Coliseum-Morgantown, WV.

Opening Round

Wofford 2 Fairleigh Dickinson

WEST VIRGINIA 271/2 Louisiana-Monroe

Home team in CAPS

SOCCER

MLS Cup

Tomorrow (at Frisco, Texas)

New England vs. Los Angeles, 3:30

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conf.

TODAY

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

TODAY

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

Louisville 56, Rutgers 5

THURSDAY

SOUTH

S. Carolina St. 65, Morgan St. 15

FAR WEST

Fresno St. 27, Boise St. 7

WEDNESDAY

MIDWEST

West Virginia 38, Cincinnati 30

TODAY

EAST

South Florida at Syracuse, TBA

N.C. State at Boston Col., 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

TOMORROW

SOUTHWEST

Southern Miss. at Houston, 5

PREP VOLLEYBALL

State tournament

STATE FINALS

DIVISION I

Cin. Seton (23-3) vs. St. Ursula (28-0), today, 11 a.m.

DIVISION II

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (24-2) vs. St. Bernard Roger Bacon (28-0), today, 7 p.m.

DIVISION III

Cle. VASJ (23-4) vs. Rockford Parkway (17-12), today, 4 p.m.

DIVISION IV

Newark Cath. (29-0) vs. Sidney Lehman (29-0), Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Friday s Results

STATE SEMIFINALS

DIVISION II

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit d.. Sunbury Big Walnut 18-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-18, 15-9

St. Bernard Roger Bacon d. Warsaw River View 25-14, 25-15, 25-14

DIVISION III

Cle. VASJ d. Anna 25-16, 25-20, 25-16

Rockford Parkway d. Williamsport Westfall 25-16, 25-13, 23-25, 25-16

DIVISION IV

Newark Cath. d. Norwalk St. Paul 25-19, 25-16, 16-25, 27-25

Sidney Lehman d. Old Fort 25-15, 25-15, 25-13

BOWLING HONOR ROLL

300 games

Rob Wielinski, Imperial 244-213-300-757

Mark Engel, Bowlero 237-180-300-717

Will Thompson, Forview 196-300-215-711

Denny Johnson, Interstate 173-227-300-700

High series

MEN (750 or better)

Tom Hill, Imperial 826

Ron Allen, Forestview 824

Corey Rischman, Forestview 804

Gary Riebe, Jug s 802

Pete Dumkow, Jug s 799

George Wright Jr., Twin Oaks 795

Dave Ross, Jug s 772

Delmar Hogan, Jug s 768

Jason Poindexter, Jug s 760

Alan Ellison, Bowlero 759

Marty Spitulski, Forestview 753

Brad Szutienko, Forestview 752

Tim Friesner, Bowlero 750

Pat Thayer, Sports Center 750

WOMEN (650 or better)

Tina Kreuz, Jug s 686

Marilyn Brown, Southwyck 677

Joanne Luoma, Sports Center 665

Ann Lawson, Southwyck 654

ECHL

LAST NIGHT

Toledo 3, Wheeling 0

Columbia 4, Augusta 2

Gwinnett 5, Florida 2

Reading 7, Dayton 4

Trenton 3, Johnstown 2, SO

Pensacola 3, Charlotte 2

Alaska 8, Idaho 3

Long Beach 3, Phoenix 2

Utah 4, Fresno 1

Stockton 2, Victoria 1

Las Vegas 6, Bakersfield 2

THURSDAY

Victoria 5, Stockton 2

TODAY

South Carolina at Augusta

San Diego at Fresno

Columbia at Greenville

Florida at Gwinnett

Alaska at Idaho

Wheeling at Johnstown

Bakersfield at Las Vegas

Utah at Long Beach

Dayton at Reading

Trenton at Toledo

Stockton at Victoria

GOLF

HSBC Champions

At Shanghai; par 72

(a-amateur)

David Howell, England 65-67 132

Nick Dougherty, England 64-68 132

Nick O Hern, Australia 67-67 134

Tiger Woods, United States 65-69 134

Kenneth Ferrie, England 66-69 135

Paul Casey, England 67-68 135

Thaworn Wiratchant, Thailand 67-68 135

Zhang Lianwei, China 67-68 135

Robert-Jan Derksen, Netherlands 65-70 135

Peter O Malley, Australia 64-72 136

Ian Poulter, England 67-69 136

Thomas Bjorn, Denmark 67-69 136

Vijay Singh, Fiji 67-69 136

K.J. Choi, South Korea 65-71 136

Michael Campbell, New Zealand 66-70 136

Graeme McDowell, N. Ireland 70-67 137

Jean-Francois Remesy, France 70-67 137

Fr. Templeton Shootout

At Naples, Fla.; par 72

Modified Alternate Shot

Fred Funk-Jason Gore 63 9

Fred Couples-Adam Scott 64 8

Mark O Meara-Nick Price 64 8

John Huston-Kenny Perry 64 8

Ryan Moore-Jesper Parnevik 65 7

Paul Azinger-Olin Browne 66 6

Hank Kuehne-Jeff Sluman 66 6

Kirk Triplett-Jay Haas 67 5

John Daly-Tim Herron 68 4

Peter Jacobsen-Scott McCarron 68 4

Greg Norman-Steve Elkington 69 3

Mark Calcavecchia-Loren Roberts 70 2

Tourn. of Champions

LPGA

At Mobile, Ala.; par 72

Rachel Hetherington 69-65 134

Christina Kim 67-67 134

Hee-Won Han 69-69 138

Heather Daly-Donofrio 68-70 138

Liselotte Neumann 66-72 138

Angela Stanford 72-67 139

Janice Moodie 70-69 139

Kim Saiki 72-68 140

Pat Hurst 71-69 140

Paula Creamer 70-70 140

Juli Inkster 67-73 140

Soo-Yun Kang 71-70 141

Patricia Meunier-Lebouc 68-73 141

RACEWAY PARK

Last night s results

FIRST-Pace, FMNW1250L6, $1,800, 1:59.1

Hi Ho Ethel (M Wolfe) 5.40 5.60 3.40; Mhs Lets Go Largo (G Horn) 14.00 13.80; Key Lynn Loretta (M Headworth) 2.80. Also Nina Mania, Murphy s Star, Beth Who, Abby s Pridenjoy, Terminally Pretty.

Exacta 8-3, $55.60; Trifecta 8-3-5, $593.40; Superfecta 8-3-5-A, $553.80.

SECOND-Trot, NW1PMLTCD, $1,450, 2:02.0

Players Champion (T Marts Jr) 9.80 4.60 5.60; Rose Run Gleam (C Peter) 5.20 3.00; Hustlin Sand (J Konesky III) 5.60. Also Grandview Victory, Distinct Look, Tk s Jezabelle, Ratehike, Cinder Lane Bru, Photo Marvel.

Exacta 1-3, $29.60; Trifecta 1-3-9, $111.20; Superfecta 1-3-9-5, $174.80; Daily Double 8-1, $21.00.

THIRD-Pace, FMNW750L6, $1,450, 1:59.4

Golden Glow (C Wolfe) 7.80 7.00 3.20; Timecando (R Stahl) 8.60 4.40; Armbro Willow (S Albright) 6.00. Also Milloonyum, Page Burner, Rog s Rocket, Rosies Last Chance.

Exacta 7-5, $72.60; Trifecta 7-5-2, $357.00; Superfecta 7-5-2-3, $710.80.

FOURTH-Pace, NW1PMLTCD, $1,450, 2:01.0

Rye Beach(R Stahl) 3.00 2.20 2.20

Chateau s Bunny(C Peter) 2.60 2.20

Anna s Can Do(M Headworth) 4.20

Also Third Image, Perfect Decision, C P Two, Trendy Lee, Perfect For Sure, Jopee s Joy,

Exacta 2-4, $9.00; Trifecta 2-4-5, $69.00; Superfecta 2-4-5-6, $270.80.

FIFTH-Pace, FMNW750L6, $1,450, 1:59.1

Fernbrook Fiasco N (R Stahl) 12.00 4.20 2.40; Cc s Flash Point (M Headworth) 5.60 2.60; Gamine Unique (D Rideout) 2.40. Also Charmeleon, Juxtanotherkiss, Queeny Lamborghini, Jasper Willow.

Exacta 3-1, $66.80; Trifecta 3-1-6, $203.20; Superfecta 3-1-6-7, $355.20.

SIXTH-Trot, NW750L6CD, $1,450, 2:03.4

Belmont (D Cincebox) 7.00 3.80 2.80; Swiss Deposit (M Lauer) 4.60 3.00; Hollywood Howard (M Wolfe) 3.20. Also Yankee s Garland, Sassy Dc, He s A Big Spender, Northern Wildcat, Humorous Baby.

Exacta 3-2, $41.00; Trifecta 3-2-5, $133.00; Superfecta 3-2-5-9, $518.80.

SEVENTH-Pace, FMNW1250L6, $1,800, 1:59.0

Mattjestic Mandie (R Stahl) 42.60 15.40 10.00; Jd Camberta (G Horn) 5.40 4.20; Flight of Accent (M Headworth) 3.40. Also Debo, Cl Camiam, Village Corky, Forrestridge Abbey, Sand Dream Bunny, Cleopatra s Dream.

Exacta 3-9, $316.20; Trifecta 3-9-6, $3,992.80; Superfecta 3-9-6-5, $2,010.20.

EIGHTH-Pace, FMNW1750L5, $2,100, 1:58.1

Maybeimfastasyou (R Stahl) 4.00 2.80 3.40; Cash Queen (T Marts Jr) 4.00 3.20; Solar Beach (D Decker) 3.00. Also Guide Me Home, Rolling Acres Lisa, Suture Fancy.

Exacta 1-5, $27.00; Trifecta 1-5-6, $153.20; Superfecta 1-5-6-2, $176.40.

NINTH-Pace, 2000CLNW, $1,250, 1:58.3

Gilligans Island (N Clegg) 4.20 4.00 2.60; Littlemispicpocket (M Jarvis) 4.60 3.20; C mon Eman (R Stahl) 2.60. Also Midnight Bonfire, Pipeline Guy, Leo Simcoe, Sub Sonic, Big and Fancy.

Exacta 3-7, $41.80; Trifecta 3-7-8, $143.40; Superfecta 3-7-8-1, $210.00; Pick3 3-7-8-(3-4), $1,616.60.

Attendance 601. Handle $34,053.

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL

TOMORROW

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

Dallas at Philadelphia, 9

CFL

Playoffs

DIVISION SEMIFINALS

Tomorrow

EAST

Saskatchewan at Montreal

WEST

Edmonton at Calgary

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

Today

SOUTH

Bowling Green at Virginia Tech, 1

Radford vs. W. Carolina at Cassell Coliseum, Blacksburg, Va., 3

TOURNAMENTS

Guardians Classic

At Morgantown, W.Va.

Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Wofford, 12:30

Louisiana-Monroe at West Virginia, 3

Tomorrow

SOUTH

Radford vs. Bowling Green at Cassell Coliseum, Blacksburg, Va., 1

W. Carolina at Virginia Tech, 3

THURSDAY

W. CAROLINA 56, BGSU 50

BOWLING GREEN (0-1): Soler 2-2 0-0 4, Lefeld 4-7 6-9 14, Floyd 4-13 0-1 10, Robinson 1-2 0-3 2, Samarco 4-13 2-2 12, Freeman 0-0 0-0 0, Guerin 0-0 0-0 0, Clements 0-4 0-0 0, Phillips 1-3 0-0 2, Marschall 3-8 0-2 6. Totals 19-52 8-17 50.

W. CAROLINA (1-0): Muirhead 3-9 6-8 12, Outing 0-2 3-4 3, Berghoefer 1-3 4-6 6, Russell 6-9 7-9 21, Greathouse 1-8 5-8 7, Hopkins 1-10 2-4 5, McKenna 0-0 0-0 0, E.Wilson 0-2 0-0 0, Johnson 1-2 0-3 2. Totals 13-45 27-42 56.

Halftime: W. Carolina 31-18.

Women

OWENS 74, FANSHAW 43

FANSHAW: Ackersviller 2-3-7; Yagl 0-1-2-5; Finlay 2-2-6; Baker 4-0-8; Breen 3-0-6; Ford 3-2-8; Strecker 1-1-3. Totals: 15-1-10-43.

OWENS: Shumaker 0-1-1; Barrera 1-0-2; Murell 2-0-4; Culver 1-0-2; Bidden 4-2-10; Hudgins 2-1-0-7; Anderson 5-0-10; Jacobs 1-3-5; Cogley 1-2-0-8; Moore 3-1-7. Totals 27-3-11-74.

Halftime: Owens 34-28.

COLLEGE SOCCER

MICHIGAN ST. 4, BOWLING GREEN 0: Timar 2, Voorheis, Witherspoon.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

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

Bowling Green d. Kent State, 30-26, 30-21, 30-26.

AUTO RACING

Chevy Silverado 150

NASCAR Trucks

At Phoenix International Raceway

Lap length: 1 mile

(Starting position in parentheses)

1. (6) Todd Bodine, Toyota, 150, $50,850. 2. (15) Ron Hornaday Jr., Chevrolet, 150, $31,175. 3. (2) Johnny Benson, Toyota, 150, $23,075. 4. (16) Rick Crawford, Ford, 150, $13,875. 5. (18) Dennis Setzer, Chevrolet, 150, $14,300.

6. (5) Ted Musgrave, Dodge, 150, $11,125. 7. (27) David Reutimann, Toyota, 150, $10,975. 8. (12) Matt Crafton, Chevrolet, 150, $10,925. 9. (21) Mike Skinner, Toyota, 150, $10,875. 10. (20) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, 150, $10,000.

11. (3) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 150, $8,375. 12. (14) Todd Kluever, Ford, 150, $11,490. 13. (9) Tim Fedewa, Dodge, 150, $8,190. 14. (24) David Starr, Chevrolet, 150, $10,390. 15. (17) Joey Miller, Toyota, 150, $10,840.

16. (8) Jack Sprague, Toyota, 150, $8,040. 17. (4) Bobby Hamilton, Dodge, 150, $11,240. 18. (32) Scott Lynch, Dodge, 150, $10,190. 19. (1) Brandon Whitt, Toyota, 149, $11,640. 20. (10) Justin Hobgood, Toyota, 149, $8,240.

21. (11) Bill Lester, Toyota, 149, $10,015. 22. (29) Robert Pressley, Dodge, 149, $9,965. 23. (26) Brendan Gaughan, Dodge, 149, $9,865. 24. (36) Ken Schrader, Chevrolet, 149, $7,515. 25. (28) Terry Cook, Ford, 149, $8,415.

26. (31) Chase Montgomery, Dodge, 148, $8,305. 27. (30) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 147, $7,190. 28. (23) Wayne Edwards, Chevrolet, 141, $7,090. 29. (35) Jose Luis Ramirez, Chevrolet, 129, $6,990. 30. (13) Bobby East , Ford, 128, accident, $6,890.

31. (34) Deborah Renshaw, Dodge, 128, accident, $6,865. 32. (25) Ricky Craven, Ford, 105, engine failure, $6,840. 33. (7) Jimmy Spencer, Dodge, 103, accident, $6,815. 34. (33) Willie Allen, Chevrolet, 79, rear end, $6,790. 35. (19) Chad Chaffin, Chevrolet, 58, engine failure, $6,765.

36. (22) Erin Crocker, Dodge, 39, accident, $6,739.

Average Speed of Race Winner: 96.515 mph.

Time of Race: 1 hour, 33 minutes, 15 seconds.

Margin of Victory: 1.963 Seconds.

Caution Flags: 7 for 28 laps.

Lead Changes: 5 among 4 drivers.

Lap Leaders: B. Whitt 0; K. Busch 1-25; T. Bodine 26-41; J. Spencer 42-48; J. Benson 49-109; T. Bodine 110-150.

Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps Led): Johnny Benson 1 time for 61 laps; Todd Bodine 2 times for 57 laps; Kyle Busch 1 time for 25 laps; Jimmy Spencer 1 time for 7 laps.

Top 10 in Points: T. Musgrave-3,429; D. Setzer-3,371; T. Bodine-3,272; R. Hornaday Jr.-3,231; M. Skinner-3,141; B. Hamilton-3,094; D. Starr-3,018; J. Sprague-2,962; M. Crafton-2,961; J. Spencer-2,929.

TRANSACTIONS

BASKETBALL

American Basketball Association

LOS ANGELES AFTERSHOCK Named Olden Polynice player-assistant coach.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CAROLINA HURRICANES Placed D Andrew Hutchinson on injured reserve. Recalled D Danny Richmond from Lowell of the AHL.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS Activated D Ivan Majesky. Recalled G Frederic Cassivi from Hershey of the AHL.

American Hockey League

BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS Recalled D Mike Jarmuth on loan from Trenton of the ECHL.

GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS Announced the Detroit Red Wings have assigned G Joey MacDonald to Toledo of the ECHL.

ECHL

READING ROYALS Announced D Reagan Rome has been assigned to the team from Manchester of the AHL.

COLLEGE

TRI-STATE Announced the resignation of Bob Frey, football coach, effective at the end of the season.

SPORTS NOTE

Applications are being accepted for head softball coach at PERRYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 28. Please mail to Perrysburg High School, attn: Ray Pohlman, 13385 Roachton Rd., Perrysburg, Ohio 43551.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

LAST NIGHT

Notre Dame 4, Bowling Green 2

Miami 3, Lake Superior St. 0

Michigan 3, N. Michigan 1

Nebraska-Omaha 7, Michigan St. 4

Ferris St. 6, W. Michigan 0

THURSDAY

Notre Dame 9, Bowling Green 4

TODAY

Ferris St. at W. Michigan

Miami at Lake Superior St.

Michigan at N. Michigan

Nebraska-Omaha at Michigan St.



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