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Published: Tuesday, 2/6/2007

College basketball, high school basketball, ECHL

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Akron 8 1 .889 17 4 .810

Kent St. 7 2 .778 14 8 .636

Ohio 6 3 .667 15 7 .682

Miami 6 3 .667 10 11 .476

BGSU 2 7 .222 11 11 .500

Buffalo 2 7 .222 10 12 .455

West

Toledo 8 1 .889 12 9 .571

W. Michigan 5 4 .556 10 12 .455

C. Michigan 3 6 .333 8 13 .381

E. Michigan 3 6 .333 8 14 .364

Ball St. 3 6 .333 7 15 .318

N. Illinois 1 8 .111 4 17 .190

TONIGHT

Toledo at Kent St., 7

Ohio at W. Michigan, 7

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Wisconsin 8 1 .889 22 2 .917

Ohio St. 8 1 .889 20 3 .870

Indiana 6 3 .667 16 6 .727

Iowa 5 4 .556 13 10 .565

Michigan 4 4 .500 16 7 .696

Illinois 5 5 .500 17 8 .680

Michigan St. 4 5 .444 17 7 .708

Purdue 4 5 .444 15 8 .652

Minnesota 3 6 .333 9 14 .391

Penn St. 1 7 .125 10 11 .476

Northwestern 1 8 .111 11 11 .500

TONIGHT

Michigan at Ohio St., 7

Last night

EAST

Connecticut 67, Syracuse 60

Fairfield 65, Loyola, Md. 62

Fairleigh Dickinson 64, Monmouth, N.J. 63

Vermont 72, Boston U. 63

SOUTH

Appalachian St. 77, Georgia Southern 55

Coastal Carolina 85, Radford 67

Coll. of Charleston 76, W. Carolina 64

VMI 105, Charleston Southern 97

MIDWEST

Calvin 84, Adrian 65

Hope 78, Albion 71

Indiana St. 59, N. Iowa 46

Valparaiso 91, Chicago St. 76

Wright St. 76, Wis.-Milwaukee 50

SOUTHWEST

Texas A&M 100, Texas 82

FAR WEST

Utah St. 75, New Mexico St. 63

Women

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Bowling Green 9 0 1.000 20 2 .909

Kent 7 2 .777 11 9 .555

Miami 5 4 .555 11 11 .500

Ohio 5 4 .555 12 9 .571

Buffalo 1 8 .111 6 15 .285

Akron 1 8 .111 8 13 .380

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Ball St. 8 1 .888 17 3 .850

E. Michigan 6 3 .666 11 9 .555

N. Illinois 6 3 .666 15 6 .714

Toledo 3 6 .333 7 14 .333

W. Michigan 2 7 .222 9 14 .391

C. Michigan 1 8 .111 9 13 .409

SUNDAY

Bowling Green 73, Toledo 62

WEDNESDAY

Ball St. at Bowling Green, 7

Akron at Cent. Michigan, 7

W. Michigan at Buffalo, 7

E. Michigan at Miami, 7

N. Illinois at Kent St., 7

AP Top 25

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press women s college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 4, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week s ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Duke (42) 23-0 1,242 1

2. North Carolina (8) 24-0 1,208 2

3. Tennessee 20-2 1,135 3

4. Ohio St. 21-1 1,098 5

5. Connecticut 20-2 1,053 6

6. Maryland 22-3 986 4

7. LSU 21-3 894 7

8. George Washington 19-2 801 11

9. Georgia 19-4 783 14

10. Arizona St. 21-3 765 12

11. Stanford 19-4 762 8

12. Oklahoma 18-3 753 9

13. Purdue 20-4 689 10

14. Vanderbilt 20-4 540 15

15. Baylor 19-4 522 13

16. Texas A&M 17-4 455 18

17. Louisville 21-2 415 19

18. Bowling Green 20-2 379 17

19. Middle Tennessee 21-3 375 20

20. California 18-5 348 21

21. Nebraska 19-4 311 22

22. Rutgers 14-6 222 23

23. Marquette 19-4 182 16

24. Wis.-Green Bay 18-3 92 24

25. James Madison 19-2 84 25

Others receiving votes: Texas 47, Michigan St. 46, Mississippi 19, Montana 13, Delaware 7, Pittsburgh 6, Georgia Tech 5, Tulane 4, Florida St. 3, N.C. State 2, W. Kentucky 2, Ball St. 1, Utah 1.

ECHL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Cincinnati 24 16 2 2 52 130 110

Trenton 22 16 1 4 49 156 153

Toledo 23 18 0 1 47 119 128

Dayton 21 14 0 4 46 105 102

Reading 19 22 1 5 44 154 159

Johnstown 18 20 2 2 40 129 145

Wheeling 18 22 1 1 38 132 158

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Gwinnett 27 13 4 1 59 193 162

Texas 25 12 4 4 58 170 151

Florida 27 14 2 0 56 151 124

Augusta 25 20 1 1 52 177 179

Charlotte 24 16 1 2 51 152 134

S. Carolina 24 17 0 3 51 159 157

Columbia 16 22 3 4 39 142 161

Pensacola 14 29 1 1 30 147 198

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

West Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Alaska 30 12 1 1 62 173 113

Idaho 23 17 2 1 49 142 135

Phoenix 22 19 1 2 47 143 139

Victoria 19 27 0 1 39 147 191

Utah 17 24 1 3 38 116 171

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Bakersfield 26 12 1 4 57 170 148

Las Vegas 23 9 5 6 57 136 121

Fresno 24 15 2 2 52 120 102

Stockton 20 13 3 5 48 129 113

Long Beach 15 25 0 3 33 120 158

Note: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss.

LAST NIGHT

No games scheduled

SATURDAY

Johnstown 4, Reading 1

South Carolina 4, Columbia 3

Trenton 4, Dayton 2

Florida 4, Augusta 3, OT

Gwinnett 6, Alaska 2

Cincinnati 4, Wheeling 1

Pensacola 3, Charlotte 1

Texas 3, Long Beach 2

Utah 5, Phoenix 4, SO

Idaho 6, Victoria 2

Las Vegas 6, Toledo 3

Fresno 3, Stockton 1

SUNDAY

Trenton 6, Cincinnati 5, OT

TONIGHT

Toledo at Las Vegas

Dayton at Wheeling

Texas at Pensacola

Stockton at Phoenix

Fresno at Alaska

SPORTLIGHT

Feb. 6

1967 Muhammad Ali successfully defends his world heavyweight title with a 15-round decision over Ernest Terrell in the Houston Astrodome.

2005 The New England Patriots win their third Super Bowl in four years, 24-21 over the Philadelphia Eagles. It s their ninth straight postseason victory, equaling Vince Lombardi s Green Bay Packers.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Boys

SCHEDULE

TONIGHT

(Games at 7:30 unless noted)

City League

Rogers at Fremont Ross

TAAC

Northwood at Stritch

Danbury at Maumee Valley

Midland Athletic League

Mohawk at Hardin Northern

Buckeye Central at New Riegel

Suburban Lakes League

Lake at Oak Harbor

Blanchard Valley Conf.

Columbus Grove at Pandora-Gilboa

Putnam County League

Ft. Jennings at Ottoville

Other NW Ohio

Upper Sandusky at Bellevue

Fostoria at Shelby

Willard at Tiffin Columbian

Southeast Michigan

Tri-County Conf.

Lenawee Christian at Adrian Madison

Washtenaw Christian at Deerfield

Sand Creek at Clinton

Summerfield at Blissfield

Lenawee County Athletic Assoc.

Hudson at Jonesville

Other SE Michigan

Dexter at Adrian

Ypsi. Lincoln at Bedford

Dearborn at Monroe

Airport at Monroe Jefferson

Monroe SMCC at Grosse Ile

Tecumseh at AA Pioneer

LAST NIGHT

Napoleon 6 12 18 9 45

Ottawa-Glandorf 19 12 16 18 65

NAPOLEON: L. Hunter 3-2-2-14, J. Hunter3-2-8, Edwards 1-0-2, Lauf 1-0-2, McColley 0-1-1, Hesterman 3-2-8 Fleck 3-0-6, Kruse 0-1-1-4. Totals: 14-3-8-45.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF: N. Pothast 2-6-0-22, Burgei 1-1-3, T. Pothast 1-0-2, Kuhlman 0-2-2, Maynard 2-3-7, Brickner 1-0-2, Schumacker 6-0-12, Meyer 3-2-8, Everett 3-1-7. Totals: 19-6-9-65.

Girls

SCHEDULE

(Games at 7:30 unless noted)

City League

TOMORROW

Woodward at Bowsher

Clay at Central Catholic

Rogers at Libbey

St. Ursula at Notre Dame

Start at Scott

Whitmer at Waite

SATURDAY

Bowsher at Pickerington

Northern Lakes League

TONIGHT

Anthony Wayne at Bowling Green

Southview at Maumee

Rossford at Northview

Springfield at Perrysburg

THURSDAY

Rossford at Anthony Wayne

Maumee at Springfield

SATURDAY FEB. 10

Perrysburg at Genoa

Rossford at Lake

Whitmer at Southview

Suburban Lakes League

TONIGHT

Otsego at Eastwood

Gisbonburg at Elmwood

Genoa at Lake

Woodmore at Lakota

FRIDAY

Elmwood at Eastwood

Genoa at Otsego

Lakota at Gibsonburg

Lake at Woodmore

TAAC

LAST NIGHT

Swanton at Stritch, ppd. to Feb. 19

Toledo Christian 75, Emmanuel Christian 50

Bettsville at Maumee Valley, ppd.

TONIGHT

Ottawa Hills at North Baltimore

THURSDAY

Stritch at Northwood

Maumee Valley at Danbury

SATURDAY

Danbury at Toledo Christian

Emmanuel Christian at Ottawa Hills

Northwood at Maumee Valley

NWOAL

LAST NIGHT

Fayette at Evergreen, ppd.

Ayersville 69, Wauseon 63

FRIDAY

Swanton at Bryan

Montpelier at Evergreen

Patrick Henry at Liberty Center

Delta at Wauseon

SATURDAY

Archbold at Stryker

Montpelier at Tinora

LAST NIGHT

Toledo Christian 20 14 23 18 75

Emm. Christian 10 10 16 14 50

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN: Cellier 5-2-9-25, Duvall 5-5-15, Schad 4-0-8, Beauch 4-0-8, Ashbaucher 3-1-7, Longenecker 3-0-6, Harder 2-0-4, Segler 1-0-2. Totals: 27-2-15-75.

EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN: L. Anagnostu 5-3-13, Loomie 3-1-2-11, Mundy 4-1-9, S. Anagnostu 2-3-7, Fillmore 4-0-8, Cramer 0-2-2. Totals: 18-1-11-50.

Wauseon 12 17 17 16 63

Ayersville 20 18 10 21 69

WAUSEON: Stiriz 0-1-4-7, Creaser 2-3-7, Tuckerman 4-1-2-13, Cain 8-4-20, Roe 4-3-11, Wunderlich 1-0-2, Kessler 1-1-3. Totals: 20-2-17-63.

AYERSVILLE: Nicely 1-2-5-12, A. Brown 0-1-1, K. Brown 0-4-2-14, Comdea 5-5-15, Rupple 9-7-25. Totals: 15-6-21-69.

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

Thursday

Lake Superior St. at Miami

Friday

Michigan at Bowling Green

Alaska-Fairbanks at W. Michigan

Ferris St. at Michigan St.

Lake Superior St. at Miami

Nebraska-Omaha at Notre Dame

N. Michigan at Ohio St.

FOOTBALL

Super Bowl TV Ratings

Super Bowl television ratings and shares, including network (both NBC and CBS televised the first Super Bowl). The rating represents the percentage of televisions tuned in to a program. The share is the percentage of televisions on at the time that watched:

Year, Network RatingShare

2007 CBS 42.664

2006 ABC 41.662

2005 FOX 41.162

2004 CBS 41.363

2003 ABC 40.761

2002 FOX 40.461

2001 CBS 40.461

2000 ABC 43.262

1999 FOX 40.261

1998 NBC 44.567

1997 FOX 43.365

1996 NBC 46.172

1995 ABC 41.363

1994 NBC 45.466

1993 NBC 45.166

1992 CBS 40.361

1991 ABC 41.863

1990 CBS 39.063

1989 NBC 43.568

1988 ABC 41.962

1987 CBS 45.866

1986 NBC 48.370

1985 ABC 46.463

1984 CBS 46.471

1983 NBC 48.669

1982 CBS 49.173

1981 NBC 44.463

1980 CBS 46.367

1979 NBC 47.174

1978 CBS 47.267

1977 NBC 44.473

1976 CBS 42.378

1975 NBC 42.472

1974 CBS 41.673

1973 NBC 42.772

1972 CBS 44.274

1971 NBC 39.975

1970 CBS 39.469

1969 NBC 36.071

1968 CBS 36.868

1967 NBC 18.536

1967 CBS 22.643

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Saturday)

Pro Bowl

Aloha Stadium-Honolulu, HI.

AFC 4 NFC

NBA

DETROIT 12 (185) Boston

LA Clippers 11/2 (198) NEW YORK

Orlando 2 (193) MILWAUKEE

Houston 4 (211) MEMPHIS

Phoenix 71/2 (208) PORTLAND

College Basketball

GEORGIA TECH 9 North Carolina St

OHIO STATE 131/2 Michigan

KENT STATE 7 Toledo

VILLANOVA 12 St. Joseph s

WESTERN MICH. 21/2 Ohio

PROVIDENCE 121/2 Cincinnati

Missouri 1 IOWA STATE

TEXAS TECH 7 Nebraska

MARYLAND 4 Virginia

Byu 41/2 WYOMING

TENNESSEE 61/2 Lsu

MISSOURI STATE 14 Illinois State

Air Force 21/2 SAN DIEGO ST.

DAVIDSON 14 Tenn Chattanooga

MANHATTAN 10 St. Peter s

TENN. STATE 61/2 Tennessee Martin

NHL

Buffalo Even-1/2 ATLANTA

WASHINGTON Even-1/2 Boston

COLUMBUS Even-1/2 Phoenix

TAMPA BAY 1-11/2 Los Angeles

Nashville Even-1/2 PITTSBURGH

NEW JERSEY 1/2 -1 NY Rangers

MONTREAL Even-1/2 Carolina

Toronto Even-1/2 ST. LOUIS

DALLAS 1/2 -1 Minnesota

EDMONTON Even-1/2 Vancouver

COLORADO 1/2 -1 Florida

CALGARY 1-11/2 Chicago

SAN JOSE Even-1/2 Anaheim

Home Team in CAPS

GOLF

World Rankings

Through Sunday

1. Tiger Woods USA 20.01

2. Jim Furyk USA 8.57

3. Adam Scott Aus 7.31

4. Ernie Els SAf 6.63

5. Retief Goosen SAf 6.05

6. Phil Mickelson USA 5.99

7. Vijay Singh Fij 5.67

8. Luke Donald Eng 5.53

9. Padraig Harrington Ire 5.31

10. Henrik Stenson Swe 5.29

11. Geoff Ogilvy Aus 5.09

12. Sergio Garcia Spn 4.63

13. Trevor Immelman SAf 4.61

14. Paul Casey Eng 4.39

15. David Howell Eng 3.56

16. Nick O Hern Aus 3.51

17. Davis Love III USA 3.45

18. David Toms USA 3.37

19. Colin Montgomerie Sco 3.29

20. Chris DiMarco USA 3.17

21. Stuart Appleby Aus 3.13

22. Jose Maria Olazabal Spn 3.03

23. Choi Kyung-Ju Kor 2.97

24. Shingo Katayama Jpn 2.96

25. Stewart Cink USA 2.96

26. Robert Karlsson Swe 2.86

27. Joe Durant USA 2.86

28. Ian Poulter Eng 2.85

29. Michael Campbell NZl 2.83

30. Yang Yong-Eun Kor 2.79

31. Angel Cabrera Arg 2.79

32. Tim Clark SAf 2.78

33. Rod Pampling Aus 2.66

34. Robert Allenby Aus 2.66

35. Chad Campbell USA 2.64

36. Justin Rose Eng 2.56

37. Jeev Milkha Singh Ind 2.54

38. Bart Bryant USA 2.53

39. Niclas Fasth Swe 2.53

40. Stephen Ames Can 2.51

41. Brett Wetterich USA 2.50

42. Paul Goydos USA 2.50

43. Carl Pettersson Swe 2.49

44. Aaron Baddeley Aus 2.48

45. Johan Edfors Swe 2.44

46. Ben Crane USA 2.42

47. Charles Howell III USA 2.40

48. Rory Sabbatini SAf 2.40

49. Lucas Glover USA 2.40

50. Arron Oberholser USA 2.35

51. Darren Clarke NIr 2.34

52. Mike Weir Can 2.30

53. Thomas Bjorn Den 2.27

54. Lee Westwood Eng 2.25

55. Steve Stricker USA 2.25

56. Miguel Angel Jimenez Spn 2.12

57. Zach Johnson USA 2.10

58. Bradley Dredge Wal 2.08

59. Scott Verplank USA 2.08

60. Charl Schwartzel SAf 2.08

61. John Rollins USA 2.06

62. Richard Green Aus 2.02

63. Shaun Micheel USA 2.00

64. Brett Quigley USA 1.95

65. J.J. Henry USA 1.93

66. Dean Wilson USA 1.91

67. John Senden Aus 1.89

68. Tom Pernice Jr. USA 1.88

69. Thongchai Jaidee Tha 1.88

70. Anthony Wall Eng 1.86

71. Vaughn Taylor USA 1.85

72. Tom Lehman USA 1.79

73. Troy Matteson USA 1.79

74. J.B. Holmes USA 1.77

75. Ryan Moore USA 1.76

BOXING

Fight Schedule

National TV in parentheses

Friday

At U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, N.Y. (ESPN2), Eddie Chambers, Pittsburgh, vs. Derrick Rossy, Medford, N.Y., 12, heavyweights; Chris Arreola, Riverside, Calif., vs. Malcolm Tann, 10, heavyweights.

At Desert Diamond Casino, Phoenix, Rocky Juarez, Houston, vs. Emmanuel Lucero, Bronx, N.Y., 10, featherweights.

Saturday

At Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas (HBO), Luis Collazo, Queens, N.Y., vs. Shane Mosley, La Verne, Calif., 12, for the IBF welterweight title; Juan Lazcano, El Paso, Texas, vs., Vivian Harris, Guyana, 12, WBC super lightweight title eliminator.



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