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Published: Friday, 7/28/2006

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GOLF

US Bank Championship

Milwaukee, par 70

Partial First Round

Corey Pavin 26-35 61

Arjun Atwal 30-34 64

Skip Kendall 32-33 65

Cameron Beckman 31-34 65

Scott Gump 34-32 66

Garrett Willis 31-35 66

Frank Lickliter II 33-33 66

Dean Wilson 31-35 66

Alex Cejka 30-37 67

Joey Sindelar 32-35 67

K.J. Choi 33-34 67

Ryuji Imada 32-35 67

Jerry Smith 33-35 68

Steve Stricker 33-35 68

Donnie Hammond 32-36 68

Robert Gamez 35-33 68

Tim Petrovic 32-36 68

Shaun Micheel 33-35 68

Marco Dawson 32-36 68

Shane Bertsch 32-36 68

Briny Baird 34-35 69

Hunter Mahan 34-35 69

Scott Verplank 30-39 69

Dan Forsman 33-36 69

Stephen Leaney 35-34 69

Greg Kraft 34-35 69

Brian Henninger 34-36 70

Jeff Brehaut 33-37 70

Charles Howell III 34-36 70

Steve Flesch 34-36 70

Kenny Perry 37-33 70

Chris Couch 33-37 70

Mark Brooks 33-37 70

Paul Stankowski 36-34 70

J.P. Hayes 36-35 71

Greg Chalmers 36-35 71

Ian Leggatt 35-36 71

Craig Parry 35-36 71

Joe Durant 35-36 71

Robert Damron 34-37 71

Nick O Hern 37-34 71

Gabriel Hjertstedt 37-35 72

Kevin Sutherland 36-36 72

Steve Lowery 35-37 72

Spike McRoy 36-37 73

Tim Herron 35-38 73

James Driscoll 36-37 73

Brad Faxon 35-39 74

Bo Van Pelt 39-38 77

Doug Barron 43-36 79

Leaderboard

SCORE THRU

1. Corey Pavin -9F

2. Arjun Atwal -6F

3. Cameron Beckman -5F

3. Skip Kendall -5F

3. David Frost -517

6. Scott Gump -4F

6. Garrett Willis -4F

6. Frank Lickliter II -4F

6. Billy Andrade -417

6. Dean Wilson -4F

6. Chris Riley -417

6. John Riegger -417

13. Joey Sindelar -3F

13. Alex Cejka -3F

13. Ryuji Imada -3F

13. K.J. Choi -3F

LPGA Evian Masters

Evian, France, par 72

Second Round

Michelle Wie 69-66 135

Karrie Webb 67-68 135

Lorena Ochoa 66-69 135

Se Ri Pak 68-68 136

Mi Hyun Kim 66-71 137

Lorie Kane 70-68 138

Paula Creamer 70-68 138

Annika Sorenstam 69-69 138

Laura Davies 68-71 139

Shani Waugh 66-73 139

Jeong Jang 71-69 140

Carin Koch 70-70 140

Suzann Pettersen 69-71 140

Maria Hjorth 68-72 140

Meg Mallon 74-67 141

Pat Hurst 73-68 141

Hee-Won Han 72-69 141

Candie Kung 71-70 141

Michele Redman 69-72 141

Cristie Kerr 73-70 143

Sophie Gustafson 71-72 143

Rikka Hakkarainen 70-73 143

Shi Hyun Ahn 70-73 143

Heather Young 69-74 143

Karen Stupples 78-66 144

Karine Icher 75-69 144

Meena Lee 73-71 144

Bo Bae Song 72-72 144

Kirsty S Taylor 71-73 144

Christina Kim 71-73 144

Laura Diaz 76-69 145

Juli Inkster 74-71 145

Young Kim 73-72 145

Sakura Yokomine 73-72 145

Helen Alfredsson 73-72 145

Veronica Zorzi 72-73 145

Beth Daniel 71-74 145

Natalie Gulbis 71-74 145

Sherri Steinhauer 70-75 145

Wendy Ward 69-76 145

Aree Song 76-70 146

Iben Tinning 73-73 146

Brittany Lang 72-74 146

Julieta Granada 72-74 146

Angela Stanford 71-75 146

Amy Yang 79-68 147

Gwladys Nocera 78-69 147

Catrin Nilsmark 74-73 147

Ludivine Kreutz 72-75 147

Marcy Hart 76-72 148

Ai Miyazato 76-72 148

Marisa Baena 74-74 148

Joo Mi Kim 72-76 148

Soo-Yun Kang 76-73 149

Rebecca Hudson 74-75 149

Cecilia Ekelundh 74-75 149

Liselotte Neumann 73-76 149

Nicole Perrot 73-76 149

Yuri Fudoh 79-71 150

Catriona Matthew 75-75 150

Morgan Pressel 75-75 150

Sung Ah Yim 74-76 150

Rachel Hetherington 74-76 150

Jee Young Lee 72-78 150

Seon-Hwa Lee 77-74 151

Virginie Lagoutte 75-76 151

Wendy Doolan 75-76 151

Stacy Prammanasudh 74-77 151

Patricia Meunier-Lebouc 73-78 151

Gloria Park 72-79 151

Trish Johnson 76-76 152

Federico Piovano 79-74 153

Hiromi Kobayashi 79-76 155

Brittany Lincicome 78-78 156

Birdie Kim 81-76 157

Lisa Holm Sorensen 82-77 159

Stephanie Arricau 77-82 159

Senior British Open

Turnberry, Scotland, par 70

First Round

Peter Jacobsen 32-33 65

Craig Stadler 32-33 65

Loren Roberts 33-32 65

Tim Simpson 34-32 66

Des Smyth 33-33 66

David Edwards 32-35 67

Scott Simpson 34-33 67

Eduardo Romero 35-32 67

Joe Ozaki 32-35 67

Juan Quiros 33-34 67

John Ross 32-35 67

Danny Edwards 33-34 67

Mark James 34-33 67

Gordon J. Brand 32-35 67

Kirk Hanefeld 34-34 68

Jack Ferenz 35-33 68

Gil Morgan 33-35 68

Mark McNulty 36-32 68

Mike Reid 34-34 68

Bruce Summerhays 34-34 68

Gery Watine 34-34 68

Tommy Nakajima 35-33 68

Emilio Rodriguez 34-34 68

Rick Karbowski 35-34 69

Bobby Lincoln 34-35 69

Gary Player 35-34 69

Guillermo Encina 35-34 69

Dick McClean 34-35 69

Stewart Ginn 35-34 69

Dana Quigley 35-34 69

Tom Kite 38-31 69

John Bland 35-34 69

Denis O Sullivan 37-33 70

Jeff Hawkes 35-35 70

Fuzzy Zoeller 33-37 70

Derrick Cooper 36-34 70

Seiji Ebihara 36-34 70

Hugh Baiocchi 35-35 70

Noel Ratcliffe 34-36 70

Jerry Anderson 37-33 70

Kiyoshi Murota 32-38 70

John McTear 33-37 70

Kevin Spurgeon 37-33 70

Doug Johnson 34-36 70

Bob Cameron 36-34 70

Tom McKnight 35-35 70

David J. Russell 34-36 70

Chris Starkjohann 35-35 70

Malcolm Gregson 34-36 70

David Good 34-37 71

Martin Foster 35-36 71

Angel Fernandez 34-37 71

Jimmy Heggarty 35-36 71

John Benda 36-35 71

Luis Carbonetti 33-38 71

Lonnie Nielsen 38-33 71

John A. Jacobs 35-36 71

James Blair III 34-37 71

Simon Owen 35-36 71

Mark Johnson 36-35 71

Denis Durnian 35-36 71

Ray Stewart 34-37 71

Eamonn Darcy 32-39 71

Jose Rivero 37-34 71

David Eger 38-33 71

Dick Mast 33-38 71

Thomas Herzan 37-34 71

Peter Teravainen 35-37 72

Dale Douglass 35-37 72

Russell Weir 37-35 72

Horacio Carbonetti 35-37 72

Tony Johnstone 37-35 72

Martin Poxon 36-36 72

Jon Chaffee 37-35 72

Bob Larratt 35-37 72

Tony Price 36-36 72

Frank Conner 36-36 72

Bob Charles 36-36 72

Jay Haas 35-37 72

D.A. Weibring 36-36 72

John Mashego 38-34 72

Andrew Reynolds 39-34 73

Tony Charnley 37-36 73

Chris Hooper 37-36 73

Ian Mosey 37-36 73

Massy Kuramoto 37-36 73

Tom Watson 37-36 73

Sam Torrance 37-36 73

John Harris 34-39 73

Phil Hinton 34-39 73

a-Arthur Pierse 37-36 73

Ray Carrasco 38-35 73

Glenn Ralph 39-34 73

Manuel Pinero 36-37 73

Hale Irwin 37-36 73

Graham Marsh 38-35 73

Morris Hatalsky 38-35 73

Peter Townsend 35-39 74

David Ishii 38-36 74

Bruce Heuchan 35-39 74

Bill Longmuir 35-39 74

Andy Bean 40-34 74

Isao Aoki 35-39 74

Martin Gray 37-37 74

Giuseppe Cali 38-36 74

Bob Gilder 37-37 74

Eddie Polland 37-37 74

Buddy Harston 39-35 74

Greg Hopkins 37-37 74

Peter Dahlberg 35-40 75

Craig Maltman 36-39 75

Pat McGowan 39-36 75

Carl Mason 35-40 75

Mariano Aparicio 35-40 75

a-Julian Sutton 39-36 75

Pete Oakley 37-38 75

Delroy Cambridge 39-36 75

Neil Coles 36-39 75

Adan Sowa 39-36 75

Gavan Levenson 40-36 76

Nick Job 37-39 76

Don Pooley 38-38 76

a-Adrian Morrow 40-36 76

Daniel Talbot 39-37 76

Noboru Sugai 36-40 76

Bill Malley 38-38 76

Brian Jones 40-36 76

Joe Clark Jr. 36-40 76

Donald Stirling 38-39 77

Jim Rhodes 39-38 77

Mitch Adcock 42-36 78

Maurice Bembridge 36-42 78

Terry Gale 39-39 78

a-Alan B. Foster 38-40 78

Antonio Garrido 36-43 79

Steve Martin 38-42 80

Bob Lendzion 40-40 80

TR Jones 42-38 80

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

Eastern Conference

W L T Pts GF GA

D.C. United 13 1 6 45 37 17

New England 6 6 7 25 25 25

New York 5 6 8 23 22 25

Chicago 5 7 6 21 24 26

Kansas City 6 11 2 20 21 27

Columbus 4 9 7 19 16 28

Western Conference

W L T Pts GF GA

FC Dallas 11 5 3 36 31 24

Houston 8 4 7 31 29 23

Colorado 8 6 4 28 24 25

CD Chivas USA 6 6 8 26 32 28

Los Angeles 5 10 5 20 16 24

Real Salt Lake 4 10 5 17 23 28

Note: Three points for victory, one point for tie.

WEDNESDAY

CD Chivas USA 3, Real Salt Lake 3, tie

Colorado 1, Houston 0

TOMORROW

Colorado at FC Dallas, 7

Columbus at Chicago, 8:30

New York at Houston, 8:30

New England at Kansas City, 8:30

D.C. United at Real Salt Lake, 9

WNBA

Eastern Conference

W L Pct GB

Connecticut 19 6 .760

Detroit 17 7 .708 11/2

Indiana 16 9 .640 3

Washington 13 13 .500 61/2

Charlotte 8 18 .308 111/2

New York 5 20 .200 14

Chicago 3 22 .120 16

Western Conference

W L Pct GB

Los Angeles 22 6 .786

Sacramento 16 10 .615 5

Houston 15 12 .556 61/2

Seattle 14 12 .538 7

Phoenix 11 14 .440 91/2

San Antonio 11 14 .440 91/2

Minnesota 9 16 .360 111/2

YESTERDAY

Washington 92, Chicago 74

Charlotte 81, Minnesota 68

Houston 98, Phoenix 95

TONIGHT

Sacramento at Connecticut, 7

Phoenix at San Antonio, 8

Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30

Detroit at Seattle, 10

signings

OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE has signed several area student-athletes to play baseball. The players signing were Brandon Best, Southview; Dominick Coduti, Northwood; Jason Cress, Bowling Green; Brent Graham, Clay; Rob Hufford, Clay; Alex Majewski, St. Francis; Adam McNalley, Genoa; Ajay Meyer, Patrick Henry; Michael Nuitrai, Start; Austin Ritson, Whitmer; Jeremy Sheekis, Otsego; and Aaron Stewart, Start.

RACEWAY PARK

Last night s results

FIRST-Trot, 3YO C OHFS, $5,163, 2:01.3

Also Master Begonia, Docdor Chaser, Mister Score, R E Inquirer, Rose Run Handsome,

SECOND-Pace, 2YO C OHFS, $4,256, 2:02.0

Royalton Star(C Peter) 14.80 10.80 10.40

Big City Slick(M Headworth) 4.40 3.20

Jet Fueled(G Horn) 3.80

Also Chateau s Romeo, Symbol Cj, Just Wing It, Harbor Light,

Exacta 2-1 Paid $68.00

Trifecta 2-1-5 Paid $574.20

Superfecta 2-1-5-6 Paid $599.80

Daily Double 2-2 Paid $94.80

THIRD-Pace, 2YO F OHFS, $5,763, 2:02.1

Elaire B Ben(R Harmon) 26.20 19.40

Ken s Mystifier(T Bates) 3.20 4.00

Western Bunny(R Tharps) 3.00

Hotshotshulabaloo(M Headworth) 3.00

Also Tiger s Big Girl, Doowrah Destiny, Evening Jet, 1a000000000000000,

Exacta 5-4 Paid $88.60

Trifecta 5-4-1A Paid $170.40

FOURTH-Pace, 2YO C OHFS, $4,056, 2:01.3

S A Sugar Bear(M Headworth) 3.40 2.80 2.40

Tabo s Tyke(M Wolfe) 2.80 2.60

Ol Leroy(D Lake) 2.80

Also Impressive Mark, Reconnoiter, Energy Express,

Exacta 5-6 Paid $7.60

Trifecta 5-6-4 Paid $21.00

Superfecta 5-6-4-3 Paid $56.40

FIFTH-Pace, 3YO F OHFS, $3,806, 1:58.3

Jet Set Julie(R Stahl) 6.00 4.60 3.80

Waco Sharon(D Cincebox) 4.80 3.40

Lady Crabgrass(M Headworth) 3.80

Also Precious Mackenzie, Absolutelyprecious, Cinder Brownie,

Exacta 4-3 Paid $49.00

Trifecta 4-3-5 Paid $216.60

Superfecta 4-3-5-1 Paid $1,024.40

SIXTH-Trot, 3YO F OHFS, $5,163, 2:03.2

Legacy Bank(R Stahl) 3.00 2.80 2.40

Ms Mastercraft(R Tharps) 4.00 2.80

Amazing Image(M Headworth) 2.60

Also Azeri, La sent, Macs-Susanna,

Exacta 3-5 Paid $9.80

Trifecta 3-5-6 Paid $48.00

Superfecta 3-5-6-4 Paid $59.40

SEVENTH-Pace, 3YO C OHFS, $4,006, 1:58.4

Cc Sting(R Tharps) 3.40 3.00 2.40

Western Jimmy(C Wolfe) 3.60 2.40

Prise Connection(M Wolfe) 2.80

Also Stand By Your Sam, Standin On A Beach, Mr Broadway, Wagler s Jet,

Exacta 1-6 Paid $12.80

Trifecta 1-6-5 Paid $30.40

Superfecta 1-6-5-4 Paid $46.40

EIGHTH-Trot, 2YO F OHFS, $6,013, 2:05.0

Alpha(C Wolfe) 4.00 3.00 2.60

Beehomeontime(M Headworth) 5.40 2.80

Winnie The Who(R Stahl) 2.80

Also Spicy Looking, Miss Goldilocks, Mom s Way, Rose Run Impetus, Spurella Begonia,

Exacta 1A-4 Paid $15.60

Trifecta 1A-4-5 Paid $68.20

Superfecta 1A-4-5-2 Paid $76.00

NINTH-Pace, 3YO F OHFS, $4,006, 2:00.0

You Are Precious(R Tharps) 2.40 2.20 2.40

Docdor Bunny(M Wolfe) 2.80 2.60

Stacy L Lynn(M Headworth) 2.60

Also Doowrah s Stand, Jo-Anne Jet, One Hot Jet, Genna Jet,

Exacta 4-5 Paid $8.40

Trifecta 4-5-7 Paid $39.60

Superfecta 4-5-7-6 Paid $79.60

TENTH-Trot, 2YO C OHFS, $6,663, 2:03.0

Mr Leone(T Moore Jr) 29.20 8.40 3.00

Solar Power Lavec(C Peter) 2.80 2.40

Docdor Reece(M Wolfe) 2.20

Also Docdor Skip, My O My Joe, I Like To Rhap, Spur On Begonia, Relative, Just Listed, Cinder Lane Ambush,

Exacta 5-2 Paid $48.00

Trifecta 5-2-1 Paid $58.20

Superfecta 5-2-1-A Paid $58.40

ELEVENTH-Pace, 3YO C OHFS, $4,006, 1:56.4

Pocket Money(K Pluta) 3.40 2.80 2.20

Docdor Laughing(M Wolfe) 2.60 2.40

Proud Legacy(M Headworth) 3.20

Also Forever Happy, Eagle Cluff Atack, Salt On The Rim, Forever Flash,

Exacta 7-2 Paid $8.80

Trifecta 7-2-1 Paid $72.60

Superfecta 7-2-1-4 Paid $221.20

Pick3 4-5-7 Paid $86.60

Attendance-74,9, Handle-$26,785

FOOTBALL

CFL

TONIGHT

Winnipeg at Hamilton

Montreal at Edmonton

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

National League

CHICAGO CUBS Recalled LHP Rich Hill from Iowa of the PCL. Optioned RHP David Aardsma to Iowa.

NEW YORK METS Acquired INF Ruben Cotay from Kansas City for INF Jeff Keppinger and assigned Cotay to Norfolk of the IL.

Midwest League

QUAD CITIES SWING Announced INF Luis Cotto was promoted to Palm Beach of the FSL. Added OF Daryl Jones to the roster.

American Association

PENSACOLA PELICANS Agreed to terms with RHP Trey Stephens.

ST. JOE BLACKSNAKES Released C Jefferson Infante.

SIOUX FALLS CANARIES Released OF Edgard Clemente.

Can-Am League

NASHUA PRIDE Released of Elliott Shea.

NORTH SHORE SPIRIT Agreed to terms with RHP Matt Bishop.

SUSSEX SKYHAWKS Agreed to terms with INF Mayke Cabrera.

Frontier League

CHILLICOTHE PAINTS Agreed to terms with RHP Shane Beans.

GATEWAY GRIZZLIES Agreed to terms with C-3B Greg Stevens, LHP Dale Brewer and RHP Andrew Himes. Released C-3B Alex Durhak, LHP Todd Stein and RHP Anthony Rebyanski.

RIVER CITY RASCALS Agreed to terms with RHP Adam Tyler. Released OF Ryan Episcopo and RHP Mike Renery.

ROCKFORD RIVERHAWKS Agreed to terms with OF Jason James and 1B Richard Quihuis-Bell. Released IF Ryan Gipson, 1B-OF Stephen Holden and 1B Scott Lefler.

WASHINGTON WILD THINGS Agreed to terms with OF Shane Winkler, RHP Shawn Phillips and RHP Jonathon Hollenbeck.

WINDY CITY THUNDERBOLTS Released RHP Ignacio Estrada.

Golden Baseball League

CHICO OUTLAWS Sent OF Steve Booker to Reno to complete a July 12 trade for RHP Hideki Nagasaka.

FULLERTON FLYERS Released INF Brett Flowers.

BASKETBALL

American Basketball Association

ARKANSAS Announced team name will be Aeros. Named Bob Hoffman coach.

MIAMI Named Art Alvarez president.

MISSISSIPPI MIRACLES Named Craig Robinson executive vice president of basketball operations.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BUFFALO BILLS Signed CB Ashton Youboty to a four-year contract.

GREEN BAY PACKERS Signed OL Daryn Colledge to a four-year contract. Released S Mark Roman.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS Signed LB Chad Greenway to a five-year contract. Signed WR Dez White.

NEW YORK GIANTS Signed DE Mathias Kiwanuka to a five-year contract.

NEW YORK JETS Placed RB Curtis Martin, WR Justin McCareins, OL Trey Teague and DB Rayshun Reed on the physically-unable-to-perform list. Signed OL Pete McMahon. Waived FB Luke Lawton.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS Signed Kevin Colbert, director of football operations, to a four-year contract, through 2010. Agreed to terms with S Anthony Smith and QB Omar Jacobs.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Signed G Rob Sims and WR Ben Obomanu.

TENNESSEE TITANS Agreed to terms with QB Vince Young on a five-year contract and LB Terna Nande on a three-year contract. Agreed to terms with RB LenDale White.

Arena Football League

ARIZONA RATTLERS Re-signed QB Sherdrick Bonner.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

BUFFALO SABRES Agreed to terms with D Toni Lydman and F Jason Pominville on multiyear contracts.

CALGARY FLAMES Signed D Brad Ference.

DETROIT RED WINGS Re-signed RW Jason Williams to a two-year contract.

OTTAWA SENATORS Signed LS Brian Maloney to a one-year contract.

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Named Gilles Meloche goaltending coach.

ST. LOUIS BLUES Named Dave Baseggio coach of Peoria of the AHL.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING Re-signed D Cory Sarich to a one-year contract.

VANCOUVER CANUCKS Named Lorne Henning director of player personnel.

American Hockey League

BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS Announced the New York Islanders have signed D Mark Wotton to a two-year contract.

SYRACUSE CRUNCH Signed D Andy Canzanello, RW Tyler Kolarik, RW Olivier Labelle and RW Brent Walton.

TORONTO MARLIES Named Greg Gilbert coach.

Central Hockey League

AUSTIN ICE BATS Re-signed G Miguel Beaudry.

ECHL

COLUMBIA INFERNO Re-signed D Derick Martin. VICTORIA SALMON KINGS Signed RW Wes Goldie.

United Hockey League

QUAD CITY MALLARDS Accquired the rights to D Andrei Lupandin and F Craig MacDonald from Elmira for the rights to F Frank Littlejohn.

COLLEGE

PEACH BELT CONFERENCE Announced the retirment of Marvin Vanover, commissioner, effective June 30, 2007.

BINGHAMTON Named Ali Brian softball coach.

CAMPBELL Named Chris Wiley and Brad Schrock assistant baseball coaches.

CLEVELAND STATE Named Kevin Kocks baseball coach.

DANIEL WEBSTER Named Eddie Quick men s basketball coach.

DARTMOUTH Named Bill Lawler men s assistant soccer coach.

FORDHAM Named Courtney Hoffman and J.R. Barkamian assistant athletic trainers and Ted Perlak assistant strength & conditioning coach.

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Named Nolan Myrick and Elwyn McRoy men s assistant basketball caoches.

KANSAS STATE Announced QB Allen Webb will transfer to Texas College.

KEAN Named Sean Drennan men s basketball coach

LOUISIANA TECH Named George Darlington defensive coordinator.

MCNEESE STATE Named Brendon Gilroy cross country coach

MIAMI Signed Charlie Coles, men s basketball coach, to a three-year contract extension through 2008-09.

PENNSYLVANIA Named Mike Martin, Chris Sparks and Perry Bromwell men s assistant basketball coaches.

RICE Named David Sayler senior executive athletic director and Russ Dean associate athletic director.

RUTGERS Named Rob Nydick men s assistant soccer coach.

TEXAS A&M Named Jeremy Cox men s assistant basketball coach.

LOCAL GOLF

NW Ohio PGA Jr.

At South Toledo Golf Club

BOYS

16-18: Adam Crisp 71-72-72--215; Corey Nelson 71-77-74--222; Robby Jackson 69-79-76--224; Jason Crow 73-70-82-225; Jimmy Bell 71-81-74--226; Alan Kolovich 77-76-78--231; Nathan Anderson 79-74-80--233; Ryan Kaminski 76-77-82--235; Erik Hoops 78-77-88-243.

14-15: Kyle Laberdee 73-71-77--221; Tim Hausfeld 73-73-76--222; Brooks Gardner 74-83-79--236; Thomas Duris 74-82-82--238; Grant Bollin 74-80-87--241; Aaron Pontsler 82-77-85--244; Paul Jimison 81-81-82--244; Jack Wagner 79-81-86--246; Scott Uram 86-81-92--259.

GIRLS

16-18: Jordan Fesh 77-77-74--228; LeAnna Pickerel 79-76-77--232; Ashley Garrison 85-77-86--248; Nicole Momsen 85-82-82--249; Elzabeth Slusher 87-87-78--252; Savanna Biggs 83-87-84--254; Katie Sprunk 82-90-83--255; Heather Jordensen 83-92-92--267.

14-15: Caroline Powers 69-74-71--214; Alyssa Shimel 79-77-80--236.

NOTES

Owens Community College will hold open tryouts for its MEN S SOCCER team at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Owens soccer field. Information: Art Johnson at 419-367-1992.

ARCHBOLD HIGH SCHOOL has changed its picture day. Pictures will be taken Aug. 11 at 1 p.m. at the new field by the high school. The new schedule calls for the cheerleaders at 10 a.m.; soccer at 10:30 a.m.; cross country, boys and girls, at 11 a.m.; trainers at 1 p.m.; volleyball at 2:30 p.m.; and tennis at 6 p.m. The golf team will have pictures taken Aug. 16 at 11 a.m. at the high school. Information: Archbold athletic department at 419-445-5579.

The LADY LASERS, fastpitch girls softball teams will be holding tryouts for its 18-and under, 16U, 14U, 12, 10U, and 8U teams Aug. 8 at 5 p.m. at Rolf Park in Maumee. Information at eteamz.com/ladylasers or call Jeff Cavanaugh at 419-294-3265.

Lake High School is accepting applications for a VARSITY ASSISTANT GIRLS BASKETBALL and a JV GIRLS BASKETBALL COACH. Send resumes to athletic director Dave Shaffer, Lake High School, 28080 Lemoyne Rd., Millbury, O. 43447.

HOLES IN ONE

DAN TOWNSEND, No. 17 at Links at Lake Erie, 151 yards, 7-iron.

TENNIS

Croatia Open

Umag, Croatia

Singles

Second Round

Jiri Vanek d. Lukas Dlouhy 7-6 (4), 6-4.

Novak Djokovic (4), Serbia, d. Stefano Ianni 6-3, 6-4.

Juan-Pablo Guzman d. Carlos Berlocq 3-6, 6-3, 6-2.

Carlos Moya (5) d. Simon Greul 6-2, 6-1.

Generali Open

Kitzbuehel, Austria

Singles

Third Round

Fernando Verdasco (5) d. Max Mirnyi (10) 6-4, 7-5.

Philipp Kohlschreiber (13) d. Jarkko Nieminen (3) 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.

Juan Ignacio Chela (7) d. Dusan Vemic, Serbia, 6-4, 6-0.

Agustin Calleri (9) d. Nicolas Massu (6) 6-2, 7-6 (4).

Jurgen Melzer d. Andrei Pavel (16) 7-5, 6-3.

Mikhail Youzhny (8) d. Edgardo Massa 6-4, 6-1.

Gaston Gaudio (4) d. Denis Gremelmayr 6-7 (1), 7-6 (7), 6-0.

Budapest Grand Prix

Budapest, Hungary

Singles

Second Round

Catalina Castano (1) d. Aravane Rezai 6-7 (9), 6-1, 6-3.

Romina Oprandi d. Iveta Benesova (4) 7-5, 6-4.

Lourdes Dominguez Lino (5) d. Lucie Hradecka 7-6 (5), 6-4.

Bank of the West Classic

Stanford, Calif.

Singles

Second Round

Vera Zvonareva d. Nathalie Dechy 7-6 (5), 6-0.

Patty Schnyder (2) d. Akiko Morigami 6-1, 6-4.

Countrywide Classic

Los Angeles

Singles

Second Round

Dominik Hrbaty (7) d. Lars Burgsmuller 7-5, 6-4.

Dmitry Tursunov (8) d. Sam Querrey 7-5, 6-4.

Robby Ginepri (4) d. Kenneth Carlsen 7-6 (5), 3-6, 6-4.

LATEST LINE

Baseball

National League

St. Louis 51/2 -61/2 CHICAGO CUBS

PHILADELPHIA 61/2 -71/2 Florida

San Francisco 7-8 PITTSBURGH

NY Mets 61/2 -71/2 ATLANTA

HOUSTON Even-6 Arizona

MILWAUKEE 51/2 -61/2 Cincinnati

San Diego Even-6 COLORADO

LA DODGERS Even-6 Washington

American League

NY YANKEES 10-12 Tampa Bay

BALTIMORE Even-6 Chi White Sox

BOSTON 6-7 LA Angels

CLEVELAND 51/2 -61/2 Seattle

TEXAS 9-11 Kansas City

MINNESOTA 7-8 Detroit

Toronto Even-6 OAKLAND

Home Team in CAPS

LOCAL TENNIS

City Singles

At Toledo Tennis Club

MEN S QUARTERFINALS: Dominiak d. Wymer, 6-1, 6-3; Cook d. Shaeffer, 6-4, 7-6; O Connell d. Bechtel, 6-1, 6-2; Than won fourth match over Estes in walkover.

SEMIFINAL SCHEDULE: tomorrow at 5:30, men--Dominiak vs. Cook; O Connell vs. Than; women--K. O Connell vs. Jurich; Kaufman vs. Yonker.

AMATEUR BASEBALL

Sr. Knothole

SAND LOTT WORLD SERIES

Nashville

Cincinnati 000 130 0 - 4 5 1

Toledo Hitmen 307 110 x - 12 14 0

WP-Kauder. LP-Pifer. Achter (TH), 3-4, 3B, RBI.

SPORTLIGHT

July 28

1972 The Dallas Cowboys beat the College All-Stars in Chicago 20-7.

1984 The Summer Olympics open in Los Angeles with a record 140 nations competing. The Soviet Union and 13 Communist allies, including Cuba and East Germany, boycott the Games.

1987 Laura Davies shoots a 1-under 71 to defeat Ayako Okamoto and JoAnne Carner in an 18-hole playoff to win the U.S. Women s Open.

1987 Angel Cordero Jr. becomes the fourth U.S. jockey to win 6,000 races when he rides Lost Kitty to victory at Monmouth Park, N.J.

1991 Dennis Martinez pitches a perfect game as the Montreal Expos beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-0.

1992 American Mike Barrowman sets a world record in winning the 200-meter breaststroke, and Russian Evgueni Sadovyi becomes the Summer Olympics first triple gold medalist, also smashing a world record in the men s 400-meter freestyle.

1994 On the night baseball players set an Aug. 12 strike date, Kenny Rogers of the Texas Rangers pitches a perfect game for a 4-0 victory over California.

2000 Blaine Wilson, America s pre-eminent gymnast, wins his fifth straight championship in St. Louis. He becomes the first gymnast to win five straight national titles since George Wheeler did it from 1937-41.

2002 Lance Armstrong wins his fourth straight Tour de France. His final winning margin over second-place Joseba Beloki of Spain is 7 minutes, 17 seconds, making it Armstrong s second-biggest victory.

2005 In Montreal at the World Swimming Championships, Poland s Otylia Jedrzejczak breaks her own world record in the 200 butterfly. Jedrejczak s time of 2:05.61 lowers her own mark of 2:05.78 set in Berlin on Aug. 4, 2002.



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