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Published: 2/23/2006

Prep basketball, hockey, ECHL, college basketball

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Boys

LAST NIGHT

Bowsher 7 14 16 11 48

Whitmer 11 9 12 8 40

BOWSHER: Dixon 2-1-0-7, Warnes 2-1-5, Kaighin 2-0-4, Hairston 1-3-5, Ehrhardt 1-2-4, Crisp 2-2-7-17, Williams 1-1-3, Davis 1-1-3. Totals: 12-3-15-48.

WHITMER: Smith 3-3-0-15, Steele 2-1-4-11, Sweeney 1-2-0-8, Jones 1-0-2, Krueger 2-0-4 Totals: 7-5-4-40.

JV: Whitmer won.

Waite 14 20 14 18 10 76

Clay 11 16 21 18 13 79

WAITE: Murphy 3-1-0-9, Wortham 7-2-5-25, Meredith 8-0-16, White-Owens 2-2-6, Armstrong 2-0-4, Riley 2-1-0-7, Parker 3-1-7, Pettaway 1-0-2. Totals: 28-4-8-76.

CLAY: Spencer 2-3-0-13, Achter 2-2-6, Rucki 2-3-7, Graham 0-1-0-3, W. Taylor 10-8-28, Z. Taylor 9-4-22. Totals: 25-4-17-79.

JV: Clay, 49-41.

Edison 8 16 10 13 47

Clyde 12 23 14 16 65

EDISON: Oswald 1-1-3, Frankboner 5-1-2-15, Hill 6-1-13, Codeluppi 4-2-10, Ackerman 2-2-6. totals: 17-2-7-47.

CLYDE: N. Tea 9-1-3-24, Beebe 1-0-2, Steinbauer 3-0-6, L. Tea 1-1-3, Bender 2-1-5, Caudill 1-1-0-5, Wasserman 9-0-18, Behney 1-0-2. Totals: 27-2-5-65.

JV: Cyde, 55-51.

Liberty-Benton 12 21 15 14 62

Tiffin Calvert 10 11 8 13 42

LIBERTY-BENTON: Garcia 1-0-2, Wallace 3-1-2-11, Vaupel 5-0-10, Craft 2-2-6, Smith 1-0-2, Recker 2-2-0-10, Hyde 8-1-2-21. Totals: 22-4-6-62.

CLAY: Hawkins 2-0-4, Smith 2-0-4, Harvey 1-2-3-11, Keller 1-1-2-7, Deats 1-2-4, Christian 1-0-2, Arbogast 3-0-6, Martorama 2-0-4. Totals: 13-3-7-42.

Van Buren 15 15 12 23 65

St. Wendelin 9 14 13 11 47

VAN BUREN: Marshall 1-3-5, Grant 7-1-15, Decker 6-2-6-24, Phillips 4-1-1-12. Totals: 21-4-10-65.

ST. WENDELIN: Bamge 2-1-0-7, Williams 1-1-0-5, Boehnlein 4-1-9, Luchini 3-3-9, Ward 1-5-0-17. Totals: 11-7-4-47.

JV: Van Buren, 50-30.

SCHEDULE

(All games at 7:30 unless noted)

City League

TONIGHT

Championship at Savage Hall, 7:30

Scott vs. St. John s

SATURDAY

Galloway Westland at Bowsher

Northern Lakes League

TOMORROW

Anthony Wayne at Maumee

Rossford at Bowling Green

Northview at Perrysburg

Southview at Springfield

SATURDAY

Napoleon at Springfield

Suburban Lakes League

TOMORROW

Otsego at Eastwood

Gibsonburg at Elmwood

Lake at Genoa

Woodmore at Lakota

SATURDAY

Bettsville at Lakota

TAAC

TOMORROW

Danbury at Toledo Christian

Monclova Christian at Northwood

Swanton at Ottawa Hills

NWOAL

TONIGHT

Edgerton at Archbold

Ayersville at Liberty Center

Van Buren at Patrick Henry

TOMORROW

Bryan at Edgerton

Delta at Antwerp

Patrick Henry at Tinora

Holgate at Wauseon

Girls sectionals

LAST NIGHT

Division I

At Central Catholic

Northview 90, Woodward 25

St. Ursula 55, Bowsher 54

St. Ursula 18 14 9 14 55

Bowsher 6 15 15 18 54

ST. URSULA: Durbin 1-2-4, Case 0-2-2, J. Anderson 2-2-6, F. Anderson 1-0-2, E. Florian 2-1-5-12, A. Florian 9-1-19, Schloz 2-2-6, Smnith 1-0-2. Totals: 19-1-14-55.

BOWSHER: Jenkins 0-1-1-4, Johnson 7-3-17, Roberts 4-0-8, Palmer 4-0-8, Cassidy 4-5-13, Crockett 0-1-1-4. Totals: 19-2-10-54.

Woodward 12 0 6 7 25

Northview 26 27 24 13 90

WOODWARD: Mickles 6-1-13, Allen 0-1-1, King 2-0-4, Chandler 0-1-1, Johnson 1-0-2, Purley 0-1-1, Rentz 2-0-4. Totals: 11-3-25.

NORTHVIEW: Taylor 1-2-1-9, Zuber 1-0-2, Maroney 2-2-0-10, Delaney 1-1-1-6, Morris 3-1-0-9, Judge 1-0-2, Kapser 2-1-5, Stephens 2-0-4, Rentschler 0-1-1, Johnson 7-5-19, Munch 4-2-10, Miller 5-1-11, Hojnacki 1-0-2. Totals: 30-6-12-90.

Division IV

At Southview

Ottawa Hills 46, Liberty Center 42

Ottawa Hills 11 8 12 15 46

Liberty Center 9 16 8 9 42

OTTAWA HILLS: Overley 0-2-0-6, Donnelly 2-1-1-8, Buckey 0-1-0-3, Figy 3-0-6, Netter 6-1-13, Jamieson 2-6-10. Totals: 13-4-8-46.

LIBERTY CENTER: B. Miller 1-2-4, Carpenter 0-1-1, EcEwen 2-4-0-16, Rohrs 3-1-1-10, Lellevik 1-0-2, Flory 1-0-2, Elling 1-3-5, Bodenbender 1-0-2. Totals: 10-5-7-42.

SATURDAY

Division I

At Willard

Ashland vs. Marion Harding, 6:15

Mansfield Sr. vs. Sandusky, second game

At Bowling Green High

Findlay vs. Springfield, 6:15

Anthony Wayne vs. Perrysburg, second game

At. Clay

Scott vs. Notre Dame, 6:15

Central Catholic vs. Southview, second game

At Central Catholic

Waite vs. Whitmer, 6:15

Northview vs. St. Ursula, second game

Division II

At Swanton

Maumee vs. Napoleon, 6:15

Defiance vs. Bryan, second game

At Old Fort

Port Clinton vs. Oak Harbor, 6:15

Norwalk vs. Perkins, second game

At Lima Senior

St. Marys Memorial vs. Shawnee, 6:15

Van Wert vs. Celina, second game

At Liberty-Benton

Eastwood vs. Ottawa-Glandorf, 6:15

Lima Bath vs. Bowling Green, second game

At Ashland Crestview

Shelby vs. Clear Fork, 6:15

Lexington vs. Galion, second game

At New Riegel

Bucyrus vs. Willard, 6:15

Clyde vs. Fostoria, second game

Division III

At Van Wert

Coldwater vs. Paulding, 6:15

Delphos St. John s vs. Parkway, second game

At. Liberty Center

Swanton vs. Tinora, 6:15

Evergreen vs. Archbold, second game

At Northwood

Genoa vs. Gibsonburg, 6:15

Woodmore vs. Rossford, second game

At Findlay

Elmwood vs. Liberty-Benton, 6:15

Columbus Grove vs. Bluffton, second game

At Sandusky

Margaretta vs. Edison, 6:15

Western Reserve vs. Ashland Crestview, second game

At Bucyrus

Riverdale vs U. Sandusky, 6:15

Carey vs. Colonel Crawford, second game

Division IV

At New Bremen

New Knoxville vs. Ft. Recovery, 6:15

Marion Local vs. Minster, second game

At Lima Bath

Upper Scioto Valley vs. Ada, 6:15

Lima Perry vs. New Bremen

At Wayne Trace

Ottoville vs. Lincolnview, 6:15

Delphos Jefferson vs. Crestview, second game

At Ottawa-Glandorf

Patrick Henry vs. Kalida, 6:15

Miller City vs. Leipsic, second game

At Fostoria

Hopewell-Loudon vs. St. Wendelin, 6:15

Arcadia vs. Vanlue, second game

At Bluffton

Allen East vs. Hardin Northern, 6:15

Arlington vs. Pandora-Gilboa, second game

At Bryan

Edon vs. Edgerton, 6:15

Stryker vs. Hicksville, second game

At Wauseon

Ayesville vs. Fayette, 6:15

Holgate vs. Pettisville, second game

At Southview

Northwood vs. Ottawa Hills, 6:15

Maumee Valley vs. Toledo Christian, second game

At Tiffin Columbian

New Riegel vs. Tiffin Calvert, 6:15

Danbury vs. Seneca East, second game

At Galion

Mansfield St. Pete vs. Buckeye Central, 6:15

Wynford vs. Mansfield Christian, second game

At. Norwalk

Plymouth vs. Norwalk St. Paul, 6:15

Monroeville vs. Fremont St. Joe, 2nd gm

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

Mid-American Conference

LAST NIGHT

Toledo 70, E. Michigan 59

W. Michigan 62, Ball St. 56

Miami 63, Akron 60

Ohio 85, Buffalo 72

N. Illinois 80, Cent. Michigan 70

SATURDAY

Cent. Michigan at W. Michigan, 2

Ohio at Akron, 4

Miami at Kent St., 7

SUNDAY

Bowling Green at Buffalo, 2

Ball St. at Toledo, 2

E. Michigan at N. Illinois, 5

Big Ten Conference

LAST NIGHT

Ohio State 79, Michigan State 68

Indiana 69, Penn State 65

Minnesota 62, Purdue 50

TONIGHT

Wisconsin at Northwestern, 9

SATURDAY

Michigan at Ohio State, 1:30

Northwestern at Penn State, 3:30

Iowa at Illinois, 6

SUNDAY

Michigan St. at Indiana, Noon

Minnesota at Wisconsin, 2

National

LAST NIGHT

EAST

Bucknell 81, Lehigh 70

Charlotte 72, Massachusetts 71

George Washington 77, La Salle 65

Georgetown 66, Rutgers 50

Holy Cross 62, Colgate 56

Lafayette 73, Army 64

Saint Joseph s 64, Fordham 58

Temple 69, Richmond 30

Wagner 72, Fairleigh Dickinson 66

West Chester 83, Bloomsburg 70

SOUTH

Auburn 75, Mississippi St. 71

Coll. of Charleston 69, Wofford 64

Duke 73, Georgia Tech 66

Eckerd 87, St. Leo 67

Florida St. 71, Maryland 60

Kentucky 80, Mississippi 40

LSU 77, Vanderbilt 66

Louisville 65, DePaul 53

Miami 70, Virginia Tech 59

North Carolina 95, N.C. State 71

Presbyterian 56, Tusculum 53

Rollins 76, Florida Southern 68

Tennessee 76, Florida 72

The Citadel 70, Savannah St. 61

UCF 69, East Carolina 49

MIDWEST

Bradley 71, N. Iowa 49

Butler 72, Youngstown St. 64

Concordia, Mich. 63, Siena Heights 60

Cornerstone 87, Michigan-Dearborn 73

Creighton 67, Indiana St. 62

Grand Valley St. 70, Saginaw Valley St. 55

Grand View 80, St. Ambrose 66

IPFW 75, S. Dakota St. 54

Ill.-Chicago 72, Cleveland St. 67, OT

Iowa St. 68, Oklahoma St. 52

Lake Superior St. 70, Northwd, Mich. 67

Loyola of Chicago 76, Wright St. 63

Mayville St. 80, Dakota St. 77

Minot St. 87, S. Dakota Tech 71

Missouri St. 72, Illinois St. 61

N. Illinois 80, Cent. Michigan 70

Nebraska 93, Colorado 77

Saint Louis 73, Rhode Island 62

Texas 65, Kansas St. 64

Wichita St. 60, Drake 58

William Penn 85, Ashford, 66

SOUTHWEST

Tulsa 73, SMU 56

FAR WEST

Air Force 51, New Mexico 46

BYU 100, San Diego St. 90

Colorado St. 89, TCU 74

Women

Mid-American Conference

LAST NIGHT

N. Illinois 59, Toledo 52

Bowling Green 62, Kent St. 50

E. Michigan 64, W. Michigan 57

Central Mich. 59, Ball St. 58

SATURDAY

Bowling Green at Ohio, 1

Toledo at Cent. Michigan, 2

Miami at Kent State, 2

Akron at Buffalo, 2

Ball St. at Eastern Michigan, 7

SUNDAY

W. Michigan at N. Illinois, 1

National

LAST NIGHT

EAST

Connecticut 65, Syracuse 36

Notre Dame 70, West Virginia 58

SOUTH

Duke 93, Virginia Tech 51

MIDWEST

Michigan Tech 82, Finlandia 41

Missouri 67, Iowa St. 59

Rutgers 71, Marquette 50

SOUTHWEST

Baylor 86, Colorado 40

TCU 83, Colorado St. 57

Texas Tech 62, Kansas 50

COLLEGE GOLF

Pat Bradley Tournament

MIAMI

Teams: 1. Augusta State 897; 2. BYU 898; 12. Toledo 943.

UT individuals: Myos 229 (tied 18th); Kester 235 (tied 40th); Storck 245 (tied 75th); Periversoff 245 (tied 75th); Lee (competed as individual, 253 (tied 90th).

ECHL

LAST NIGHT

Wheeling 2, Toledo 1

Bakersfield at Stockton, late

Utah at San Diego, late

TUESDAY

Dayton 5, Toledo 3

Florida 3, Greenville 2, SO

Reading 3, Trenton 1

Augusta 5, Pensacola 4

Victoria 3, Las Vegas 2, OT

Phoenix 5, Utah 2

TONIGHT

Augusta at Pensacola

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

TONIGHT

Miami at Bowling Green

Michigan St. at Lake Superior St.

TOMORROW

Alaska-Fairbanks at Notre Dame

Michigan at Ferris State

Nebraska-Omaha at W. Michigan

Ohio State at Northern Michigan

SATURDAY

Bowling Green at Miami

Alaska-Fairbanks at Notre Dame

Ferris State at Michigan

Michigan State vs. Lake Superior State at Detroit

Nebraska-Omaha at Western Michigan

Ohio State at Northern Michigan

PREP HOCKEY

District

NORTHVIEW 8, CENTRAL 0: Hurst 3, Hirschfeld 2, Thanasiu, Snead, Bourland. Goalies: McElheney (N) 1 save; Trego 6 saves; Riccobene (C) 40 saves.

BOWLING GREEN 2, FINDLAY 1: BG--Akenberger, Halleck. F--Hartman. Goalies: Powers (BG) 31 saves; Brown (F) 51 saves.

NOTES

St. Ursula Academy has an opening for an ASSISTANT TRACK COACH. Interested applicants should send resumes to Athletic director Stephen Parrill, St. Ursula Academy, 4025 Indian Road, Toledo 43606 or call Parrill at 419-531-1693 ext. 218.

Teams in grades 3 through 6 are now being accepted for the VARSITY ATHLETIC CLUB SPRING FLING BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT. The boys tournament will be March 4 and 5. and the girls, March 11 and 12. Entry fee is $99. Call Kristi at 330-854-9702 for details.

Tam O Shanter in Sylvania is hosting a SPRING HOCKEY LEAGUE for players 6 to 17 years of age. Players can register in the main lobby of Tam O Shanter March 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. and March 11 from 9 a.m. to noon. Call Kathy Lavoy at 419-885-1167 ext. 305

The ALL OHIO GIRLS BASKETBALL PROGRAM will be holding AAU tryouts for its Elite traveling teams for U14 thru U17 on Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m., at Gahanna Lincoln High School in Gahanna, O. Contact Darryl at 614-323-2855 or Ed Guice at 614-891-1035 if you have any questions.

Woodmore High School NEEDS COACHES at its middle school track program for this season and a head cheerleading coach for the 2006-07 school year. Send resumes to Drew Grahl, 633 Fremont St., Elmore, O. 43416 by March 3rd.

Notre Dame Academy will be hosting a CATCHER S CAMP Sunday for girls in grades 3 through 8. the Camp will run from 1 to 3:30 p.m. but the location has been moved to Ladyfield Grade School. For more details call 419-475-9359 ext. 2625.

GOLF

Match Play Championship

Carlsbad, Calif., Par 72

First Round

Bobby Jones Bracket

Adam Scott def. Lucas Glover, 2 and 1

Tom Lehman def. Stuart Appleby, 3 and 2

David Toms def. Ian Poulter, 19 holes

Jose Maria Olazabal def. Brandt Jobe, 3 and 2

Henrik Stenson def. Paul Casey, 1 up

Chad Campbell def. Tim Herron, 4 and 2

Tiger Woods def. Stephen Ames, 9 and 8

Robert Allenby def. K.J. Choi, 3 and 2

Ben Hogan Bracket

David Howell def. Steve Elkington, 22 holes

Scott Verplank def. Lee Westwood, 26 holes

Phil Mickelson def. Charles Howell III, 2 up

John Daly def. Bart Bryant, 4 and 2

Geoff Ogilvy def. Michael Campbell, 19 holes

Nick O Hern def. Fred Funk, 5 and 3

Bernhard Langer def. Ernie Els, 1 up

Mike Weir def. Stewart Cink, 4 and 3

Gary Player Bracket

Carl Pettersson def. Kenny Perry, 1 up

Davis Love III def. Mark Hensby, 2 and 1

Chris DiMarco def. Mark Calcavecchia, 2 and 1

Arron Oberholser def. Tim Clark, 21 holes

Angel Cabrera def. Peter Lonard, 1 up

Padraig Harrington def. Rod Pampling, 4 and 2

Vijay Singh def. Graeme McDowell, 5 and 4

Miguel Angel Jimenez def. Rory Sabbatini, 2 and 1

Sam Snead Bracket

Colin Montgomerie def. Niclas Fasth, 23 holes

Shingo Katayama def. Paul McGinley, 2 and 1

Zach Johnson def. Jim Furyk, 1 up

Sean O Hair def. Fred Couples, 19 holes

Luke Donald def. Richard Green, 2 and 1

Shigeki Maruyama def. Darren Clarke, 4 and 3

Retief Goosen def. Paul Broadhurst, 5 and 4

Ben Crane def. Justin Leonard, 4 and 3

Note: Jones Bracket winner will play Hogan Bracket winner

Player Bracket winner will play Snead Bracket winner

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American Association

LINCOLN SALTDOGS Agreed to terms with 1B Brett Cooley.

PENSACOLA PELICANS Agreed to terms with INF Trino Aguilar.

SHREVEPORT SPORTS Agreed to terms with OF-DH Chad Gambill.

Can-Am League

BROCKTON ROX Agreed to terms with RHP Robert Averette. Released RHP Wayne Ough.

QUEBEC LES CAPITALES Claimed 1B Craig Lewis off waivers from Brockton.

Northern League

GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS Released LHP John Gonzalez and RHP Randy Vanderplow.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

ORLANDO MAGIC Acquired F Trevor Ariza and G Anfernee Hardaway from New York for G Steve Francis. Waived F Bo Outlaw.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BUFFALO BILLS Designated CB Nate Clements as their franchise player.

DENVER BRONCOS Extended the contract of Ted Sundquist, general manager, through the 2008 season.

NEW YORK JETS Released QB Jay Fiedler, OT Jason Fabini, FB Jerald Sowell, LB Barry Gardner, DT Lance Legree and WR Harry Williams Jr. Agreed with CB Ty Law to not exercise contract options for the next three seasons.

Canadian Football League

BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS Signed K Paul McCallum.

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS Traded QB Spergon Wynn to Toronto for DB Mike Crumb and a second-round draft pick.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

WASHINGTON CAPITALS Signed D Jamie Heward and D Bryan Muir to one-year contract extensions.

American Hockey League

HAMILTON BULLDOGS Announced G Jaroslav Halak has been recalled from Long Beach of the ECHL.

ECHL

READING ROYALS Loaned G Cody Rudkowsky to Bridgeport of the AHL.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

REAL SALT LAKE Traded the rights to D Rusty Pierre to Columbus for a 2007 third-round supplemental draft pick. Waived M Robert Scarlett.

Major Indoor Soccer League

BALTIMORE BLAST Signed F Dante Washington and D Mike Lookingland.

COLLEGE

NCAA Placed Panhandle State on probation for three years for unethical conduct committed by its former softball coach and other violations.

GEORGIA TECH Named Dan Radakovich athletic director.

VANDERBILT Dismissed RB Zach Logan from the football team for violating team rules.

VIRGINIA MILITARY Named Ben Freakley men s soccer coach.

PREP WRESTLING

Michigan Team Regional

At Southgate Anderson

Round 1

BEDFORD 45 SOUTHGATE ANDERSON 19

103 Fox (B) md Southgate 9-0; 112 Lewis (B) dec Staples 5-0; 119 Brighton (B) pin Bies 5:02; 125- Fisher (B) pin Southgate :45; 130- Roberts (SG) pin Tracey :51; 135- Schear (SG) dec Jeffrey 5-1;140- Ortman (B) md Bercheni 14-2; 145- Potrzebowski (B) pin Malnar 1:52; 152- Wells (B) won by forfeit; 160- Heidtman (B) pin Esshaki 1:3; 171 Higgins (SG) md Whitinburg 15-6; 189- Tormoehlen (B) md Pajor 12-4; 215- Davis (SG) dec Heiserman 3-2; 275- Staples (SG) dec Pavlika 2-1.

Finals Match

BEDFORD 56 JOHN GLENN 9

103- Fox (B) pin Boes 3:35; 112- Lewis (B) pin Salaam 5:53; 119- Stephens (JG) dec Brighton 10-6;125- Fisher (B) pin Nicola 2:34; 130- Jeffrey (B) dec McKahill 9-5;135- Glasgow (JG) pin Tracey 1:02; 140- Ortman (B) md J. Wood 12-3;

145- Potrzebowski (B) pin Beisler 5:09; 152- Wells (B) dec dec D. Wood 2-0; 160- Heidtman (B) pin Hensley 2:45; 171- Whitenburg (B) md Hein 14-3; 189- Tormoehlen (B) pin Kelt 1:29; 215- Heiserman (B) dec Garcia 7-2; 275- Pavlika (B) dec Hanka 1-0.

SPORTLIGHT

Feb. 23

1985 Indiana coach Bob Knight is ejected five minutes into the Hoosiers 72-63 loss to Purdue when he throws a chair across the court. Knight, after two fouls called on his team, is hit with his first technical. While Purdue was shooting the technical, Knight picks up a chair from the bench area and throws it across the court, earning his second technical.

LATEST LINE

NBA

DETROIT 81/2 (177) Indiana

DALLAS 8 (181) Memphis

LA LAKERS 3 (201) Sacramento

College Basketball

George Mason 11/2 HOFSTRA

California 2 WASH. STATE

Wisconsin 31/2 NORTHWESTERN

Villanova 3 CINCINNATI

Fresno State 21/2 SAN JOSE ST.

SOUTHERN CAL 2 Oregon

U.C.L.A. 161/2 Oregon State

WASHINGTON 8 Stanford

South Carolina 2 GEORGIA

Home Team in CAPS

bowling honor roll

300 Games

Brian Close, Toledo SC 254-300-233-787

High Series

Men (750 or better)

Charlie Teel, Forest View 810

Ritchie Marsh, Toledo SC 796

Gene Poggemeyer, Bowlero 794

Nick Mousaulious, Imperial 793

Chad Erdmann, Toledo SC 792

Kevin Welsh, Forest View 788

Norman E. Todd, Bowlero 784

Chuck Close, Toledo SC 780

Gary Kurtz, Forest View 780

Bob Hainer, Forest View 779

Doug Clutts, Toledo SC 773

Tim Getzen, Toledo SC 770

Eric Mierzwiak, Bowlero 766

Don Holden, Toledo SC 763

Andy Kirk, Toledo SC 762

Paul State, Toledo SC 760

Ed Holtz, Bowlerol 756

Aaron Hawkins, Forest View 756

Chris Hetrick, Forest View 751

Rich Reno Jr., Twin Oaks 751

Women (650 or better)

Roberta Beckett, Twin Oaks 751

LaShaun Staples, Bowlero 684

Brooke Summers, Bowlero 660

Pip Smith, Bowlero 650

ARENA FOOTBALL

TOMORROW

Arizona at Columbus, 7 p.m.

Kansas City at Georgia, 7:30 p.m.



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