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Published: Monday, 2/19/2007

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AUTO RACING

Daytona 500

NASCAR Nextel Cup

Unofficial Results

At Daytona International Speedway

(Start postition in parentheses)

1. (34) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 202 laps, 149.335 mph., $1,510,469. 2. (26) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 202, $1,102,258. 3. (7) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 202, $819,216. 4. (22) Mike Wallace, Chevrolet, 202, $615,658. 5. (35) David Ragan, Ford, 202, $529,350.

6. (30) Elliott Sadler, Dodge, 202, $407,153. 7. (28) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 202, $386,074. 8. (1) David Gilliland, Ford, 202, $374,764. 9. (18) Joe Nemechek, Chevrolet, 202, $302,008. 10. (42) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 202, $371,679.

11. (6) David Stremme, Dodge, 202, $294,758. 12. (12) J.J. Yeley, Chevrolet, 202, $308,541. 13. (33) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 202, $280,657. 14. (23) Boris Said, Ford, 202, $265,375. 15. (39) Robby Gordon, Ford, 202, $268,475.

16. (41) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, 202, $262,675. 17. (38) Sterling Marlin, Chevrolet, 202, $266,483. 18. (11) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 202, $275,500. 19. (36) Juan Pablo Montoya, Dodge, 202, $299,483. 20. (17) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 202, $275,225.

21. (27) Bobby Labonte, Dodge, 202, $300,436. 22. (43) Dale Jarrett, Toyota, 202, $259,575. 23. (14) Carl Edwards, Ford, 202, $273,383. 24. (8) Kyle Busch, Chevrolet, 202, $276,858. 25. (25) Greg Biffle, Ford, 202, $276,075.

26. (2) Ricky Rudd, Ford, 202, $293,091. 27. (10) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 202, $309,099. 28. (9) Denny Hamlin, Chevrolet, 201, $279,175. 29. (13) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 201, $290,820. 30. (15) Michael Waltrip, Toyota, 200, $258,050.

31. (24) Jamie McMurray, Ford, accident, $265,058. 32. (5) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, accident, $315,733. 33. (20) Tony Raines, Chevrolet, 195, $262,583. 34. (37) Dave Blaney, Toyota, parked, $259,900. 35. (19) Kenny Schrader, Ford, accident, $271,189.

36. (31) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, accident, $259,025. 37. (32) Scott Riggs, Dodge, 179, $259,158. 38. (16) Ryan Newman, Dodge, accident, $283,233. 39. (21) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, accident, $298,886. 40. (40) David Reutimann, Toyota, accident, $249,583.

41. (4) Kurt Busch, Dodge, accident, $300,816. 42. (29) Kyle Petty, Dodge, accident, $248,050. 43. (3) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, accident, $334,931.

Race Statistics

Time of race: 3 hours, 22 minutes, 54 seconds.

Margin of victory: 0.020 seconds.

Caution flags: Six for 24 laps.

Lead changes: 13 among nine drivers.

Lap leaders: D.Gilliland 1-18; Ku.Busch 19-48; T.Stewart 49-80; K.Harvick 81-83; Ku.Busch 84-127; R.Newman 128; Ku.Busch 129-149; T.Stewart 150-152; Ky.Busch 153-156; M.Truex Jr. 157-168; M.Kenseth 169-174; M.Truex Jr. 175; M.Martin 76-201; K.Harvick 202.

Leaders Summary: Ku.Busch, 3 times for 95 laps; T.Stewart, 2 times for 35 laps; M.Martin, 1 time for 26 laps; D.Gilliland, 1 time for 18 laps; M.Truex Jr., 2 times for 13 laps; M.Kenseth, 1 time for 6 laps; K.Harvick, 2 times for 4 laps; Ky.Busch, 1 time for 4 laps; R.Newman, 1 time for 1 lap; C.Bowyer, 1 time for 1 lap.

Point standings: 1. K.Harvick, 190. 2. M.Martin, 175. 3. J.Burton, 165. 4. M.Wallace, 160. 5. D.Ragan, 155. 6. D.Gilliland, 147. 7. J.Nemechek, 138. 8. J.Gordon, 134. 9. D.Stremme, 130. 10. J.Yeley, 127.

Daytona 500 winners

2007 Kevin Harvick

2006 Jimmie Johnson

2005 Jeff Gordon

2004 Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2003 Michael Waltrip

2002 Ward Burton

2001 Michael Waltrip

2000 Dale Jarrett

1999 Jeff Gordon

1998 Dale Earnhardt

1997 Jeff Gordon

1996 Dale Jarrett

1995 Sterling Marlin

1994 Sterling Marlin

1993 Dale Jarrett

1992 Davey Allison

1991 Ernie Irvan

1990 Derrike Cope

1989 Darrell Waltrip

1988 Bobby Allison

1987 Bill Elliott

1986 Geoff Bodine

1985 Bill Elliott

1984 Cale Yarborough

1983 Cale Yarborough

1982 Bobby Allison

1981 Richard Petty

1980 Buddy Baker

1979 Richard Petty

1978 Bobby Allison

1977 Cale Yarborough

1976 David Pearson

1975 Benny Parsons

1974 Richard Petty

1973 Richard Petty

1972 A.J. Foyt

1971 Richard Petty

1970 Pete Hamilton

1969 Lee Roy Yarbrough

1968 Cale Yarborough

1967 Mario Andretti

1966 Richard Petty

1965 Fred Lorenzen

1964 Richard Petty

1963 Tiny Lund

1962 Fireball Roberts

1961 Marvin Panch

1960 Junior Johnson

1959 Lee Petty

COLLEGE BASEBALL

SOUTH

Alabama 8, Canisius 5

Auburn 4, UNC-Greensboro 1

Cent. Michigan 5, UAB 3

Clemson 5, George Mason 4

Cleveland St. 3, West Virginia 0

Duke 16, St. Bonaventure 4

Florida St. 11, Hofstra 3

Georgia Tech 6, Ill.-Chicago 3

Kentucky 13, Furman 4

LSU 8, Stetson 4

Miami 10, Florida 7

Mississippi 4, Evansville 1

Norfolk St. 11, Villanova 2

North Carolina 13, Seton Hall 2

N.C. State 10, Gardner-Webb 3

UCF 4, Maryland 3

UNC-Wilmington 15, Temple 3

Vanderbilt 11-5, Ohio 1-1, 1st game, 8 innings

Virginia 11, George Washington 1

Wake Forest 8, Kent St. 6

Winthrop 3, Xavier 2

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 8-28, Wis.-Milwaukee 3-2

Baylor 10, Stephen F. Austin 2

Rice 2, Long Beach St. 1

Texas A&M 6, Texas-Pan American 3

TCU 8, Oral Roberts 4

Texas State 6, Notre Dame 9

Stanford 10, Texas 8

UC Irvine 11, Houston 5

FAR WEST

Air Force 9, Kansas Wesleyan 5

Cal Poly 5, Washingtopn 4

Cal St.-Fullerton 9, Arizona 2

Hawaii 9, UC Santa Barbara 2

Pacific 7, Nevada 6

San Diego 8, Va. Commonwealth 2

San Diego St. 12, Southern Cal 11

San Francisco 5, UC Riverside 3

San Jose St. 5, Utah 4

UCLA 7, East Carolina 6

UNLV 11, California 10

Washington St. 6, CS Northridge 1

Wichita St. 3, Pepperdine 2

TOURNAMENTS

Arizona Coca-Cola Classic

Arizona St. 9, Gonzaga 1

Oregon St. 9, Missouri 2

Austin Peay Preseason Tournament

Austin Peay 4, Cincinnati 3

Beach Ball Bash Tournament

Florida Atlantic 16, LaSalle 8

Oklahoma St. 19, Ball St. 4

Crab House Shootout

Liberty 28, Richmond 7

The Citadel 7, South Carolina 6

Gents Classic

Centenary 4, Kansas St. 1

Penn St. 7, Centenary 6

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Coastal Carolina 6, Virginia Tech 5

Old Dominion 10, Pittsburgh 5

Midland College Classic

Texas Tech 7, St. John s 5

Mississippi Coca-Cola Classic

S. Illinois 4, Louisville 3

Southern Miss. 10, Northwestern St. 7

Texas-Arlington Invitational

Nebraska 7, Illinois St. 3

Texas-Arlington 2, New Mexico 1

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

men

Mid-American Conf.

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Akron 10 2 .833 20 5 .800

Kent St. 9 3 .750 17 9 .654

Miami 8 4 .667 13 12 .520

Ohio 7 5 .583 16 10 .615

Buffalo 3 9 .250 11 15 .423

BGSU 2 10 .167 12 14 .462

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Toledo 10 2 .833 14 11 .560

W. Michigan 6 6 .500 12 14 .462

C. Michigan 5 7 .417 10 15 .400

Ball St. 5 7 .417 9 17 .346

E. Michiganigan 4 8 .333 10 16 .385

N. Illinois 3 9 .250 6 19 .240

YESTERDAY

New Mexico State 77, Ohio 72

SATURDAY

Old Dominion 73, Toledo 70

BGSU 90, Morehead St. 72

Miami 70, Indiana St. 58

Wis.-Green Bay 82, N. Illinois 76

Kent St. 68, George Mason 62

E. Michigan 65, Manhattan 51

W. Michigan 89, Valparaiso 80, OT

Ill.-Chicago 84, Cent. Michigan 62

Akron 74, Austin Peay 57

Illinois St. 70, Ball St. 57

Detroit 92, Buffalo 84, OT

Ohio at New Mexico St., late

WEDNESDAY

Ohio at Bowling Green, 7

Buffalo at Kent St., 7

Akron at Miami, 7:30

Big Ten

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Wisconsin 12 1 .923 26 2 .929

Ohio St. 12 1 .923 24 3 .889

Indiana 7 5 .583 17 8 .680

Illinois 7 6 .538 19 9 .679

Iowa 7 6 .538 15 12 .556

Michigan St. 6 6 .500 19 8 .704

Michigan 6 6 .500 18 9 .667

Purdue 6 6 .500 17 9 .654

Minnesota 3 10 .231 9 18 .333

Northwestern 2 11 .154 12 14 .462

Penn St. 1 11 .083 10 15 .400

YESTERDAY

Ohio State 85, Minnesota 67

Illinois 48, Northwestern 37

SATURDAY

Michigan 58, Indiana 55

Wisconsin 75, Penn St. 49

Michigan St. 81, Iowa 49

TOMORROW

Wisconsin at Michigan St., 7

WEDNESDAY

Minnesota at Indiana, 7

Penn St. at Ohio St., 8

Michigan at Illinois, 9

Purdue at Iowa, 9:05

National

YESTERDAY

EAST

Fordham 86, Duquesne 83

Lafayette 75, Lehigh 71, 2OT

UMBC 67, Boston U. 63

Vermont 71, Binghamton 61

SOUTH

Duke 71, Georgia Tech 62

Fla. International 69, South Alabama 67

Maryland 82, Clemson 66

N.C. State 81, Virginia Tech 56

MIDWEST

Massachusetts 77, Dayton 69

Notre Dame 76, Cincinnati 64

WEST

Arizona State 68, Southern Cal 58

SATURDAY

EAST

Brown 53, Dartmouth 33

Bucknell 73, Towson 63

Detroit 92, Buffalo 84, OT

Fairfield 61, William & Mary 45

Fairleigh Dickinson 66, Cent. Connecticut St. 60

George Washington 84, Temple 72

Georgetown 58, Villanova 55

Hofstra 65, Holy Cross 64

IPFW 52, N.J. Tech 47

Iona 52, Delaware 50

Marist 63, Colgate 47

Murray St. 58, Rider 51

Navy 76, Army 68

Niagara 90, Liberty 81

North Carolina 77, Boston College 72

Northeastern 71, Maine 61

Penn 83, Cornell 71

Pittsburgh 65, Washington 61

Princeton 54, Columbia 49

Providence 71, St. John s 66

Rhode Island 86, Charlotte 69

Saint Joseph s 76, St. Bonaventure 68

Siena 77, James Madison 66

St. Francis, NY 102, Robert Morris 97, 2OT

Syracuse 73, Connecticut 63

Wagner 57, St. Francis, Pa. 54

West Virginia 81, Seton Hall 71

Yale 86, Harvard 71

SOUTH

Alabama 72, Kentucky 61

Alabama St. 71, Southern U. 58

Alcorn St. 86, Alabama A&M 77

Belmont 92, Campbell 68

Bradley 73, Va. Commonwealth 64

Centenary 83, Chicago St. 80

Chattanooga 75, Jacksonville St. 64

Coastal Carolina 83, Canisius 66

Coll. of Charleston 71, Wofford 58

Coppin St. 64, N. Carolina A&T 58

Davidson 92, W. Carolina 59

DePaul 75, South Florida 62

Delaware St. 81, Hampton 74

ETSU 75, Kennesaw St. 71

Evansville 69, Samford 65

Florida Atlantic 98, New Orleans 77

Furman 69, The Citadel 51

Georgia 86, Auburn 79

Georgia St. 63, Elon 53

Howard 56, Bethune-Cookman 54

Jackson St. 66, Grambling St. 57

Lipscomb 59, Gardner-Webb 57

Loyola, Md. 62, Tennessee St. 60

Mississippi St. 56, LSU 50

Nicholls St. 74, SE Louisiana 72

S. Carolina St. 70, Morgan St. 56

South Carolina 81, Tennessee 64

Tenn.-Martin 59, St. Peter s 58

Tenn. Tech 85, Northwestern St. 84, OT

Tulane 73, Marshall 65

UNC Greensboro 73, UNC Wilmington 66

Vanderbilt 83, Florida 70

Virginia 73, Florida St. 70

W. Kentucky 75, Troy 74

Wake Forest 74, Miami 69

MIDWEST

Appalachian St. 60, Wichita St. 58

Drake 84, Wis.-Milwaukee 76

Drexel 64, Creighton 58

Kansas 92, Nebraska 39

Kansas St. 65, Iowa St. 47

Louisiana Tech 72, SE Missouri 56

Louisville 61, Marquette 59

Loyola of Chicago 66, E. Illinois 43

S. Illinois 68, Butler 64

Saint Louis 59, La Salle 55

UMKC 85, IUPUI 72

Wis.-Green Bay 82, N. Illinois 76

Wright St. 77, Cal St.-Fullerton 62

Xavier 71, Richmond 50

Youngstown St. 66, E. Kentucky 61

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 83, Mississippi 66

Arkansas St. 76, Louisiana-Monroe 68

Houston 70, UAB 64

Missouri 75, Oklahoma St. 64

Prairie View 47, MVSU 45

SMU 65, East Carolina 42

Texas 68, Baylor 67

Texas A&M 56, Oklahoma 49

Texas Tech 95, Colorado 74

Tulsa 66, UTEP 51

UCF 74, Rice 63

Utah St. 71, Oral Roberts 65

FAR WEST

Air Force 67, Colorado St. 58

California 84, Oregon St. 80, OT

Cleveland St. 85, CS Northridge 76

E. Washington 71, UC Santa Barbara 70

Fresno St. 78, Sam Houston St. 60

Hawaii 93, Long Beach St. 78

Louisiana-Lafayette 67, Denver 65

Memphis 78, Gonzaga 77, OT

N. Arizona 78, San Jose St. 67

Nevada 79, N. Iowa 64

New Mexico 74, TCU 58

New Mexico St. 77, Ohio 72

Pacific 78, Montana 77

Pepperdine 95, Loyola Marymount 88

S. Utah 87, Oakland, Mich. 85, OT

San Francisco 76, UC Irvine 62

Santa Clara 80, San Diego 72

Stanford 88, Oregon 69

UCLA 81, Arizona 66

UNLV 70, Utah 57

Wyoming 80, San Diego St. 71

WOMEN

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Bowling Green 13 0 1.000 24 2 .923

Kent 9 4 .692 13 11 .541

Ohio 8 5 .615 15 10 .600

Miami 6 7 .462 12 14 .462

Buffalo 3 10 .230 8 17 .320

Akron 2 12 .142 9 17 .346

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Ball St. 10 3 .769 19 5 .791

E. Michigan 8 5 .615 13 11 .541

N. Illinois 7 6 .538 16 9 .640

W. Michigan 5 8 .384 12 15 .444

Toledo 4 9 .307 8 17 .320

C. Michigan 3 10 .230 11 15 .423

YESTERDAY

Ohio 87, Miami 74

SATURDAY

BGSU 85, Buffalo 44

E. Michigan 76, Toledo 42

Kent St. 88, Akron 58

Cent. Michigan 73, N. Illinois 61

W. Michigan 81, Ball St. 68

TOMORROW

Bowling Green at Kent St., 7

National

YESTERDAY

MIDWEST

Michigan St. 62, Ohio St. 59

Indiana 81, Illinois 68

Indiana St. 76, Illinois St. 66

Iowa 79, Penn St. 72

Northwestern 63, Michigan 54

Purdue 69, Wisconsin 60

EAST

Army 58, Navy 43

Pitt.-Johnstown 73, Edinboro 65

Richmond 70, Rhode Island 56

St. Bonaventure 71, Duquesne 59

Xavier 75, Massachusetts 67

SOUTH

Boston College 56, Wake Forest 42

Duke 69, Maryland 57

Florida 66, Alabama 64

Florida St. 79, Virginia 77

Georgia 62, Auburn 55

Kentucky 87, Arkansas 60

Mississippi 86, Mississippi St. 84, OT

N.C. State 68, Virginia Tech 63

North Carolina 93, Miami 70

Vanderbilt 83, South Carolina 65

SOUTHWEST

Baylor 71, Texas 56

TCU 74, Utah 50

FAR WEST

Arizona St. 80, UCLA 69

San Diego St. 55, Wyoming 47

SATURDAY

EAST

Boston U. 63, Maine 61

Columbia 58, Princeton 53

Connecticut 82, Pittsburgh 68

Dartmouth 75, Brown 53

Harvard 68, Yale 58

Notre Dame 82, Providence 65

Penn 49, Cornell 48

Rutgers 62, Villanova 32

St. John s 72, Cincinnati 66

Syracuse 65, Georgetown 58

West Virginia 73, South Florida 64

SOUTH

East Carolina 76, Tulane 68

Gardner-Webb 58, Mercer 46

Hampton 61, Delaware St. 57, OT

Howard 79, Bethune-Cookman 73

Memphis 80, UCF 73

Morgan St. 75, S. Carolina St. 56

Southern Miss. 60, UAB 55

UTEP 64, Marshall 57

W. Carolina 72, Furman 48

W. Kentucky 66, Troy 53

MIDWEST

Bradley 88, Wichita St. 77

Butler 77, Detroit 64

Dayton 78, Saint Joseph s 77

DePaul 85, Seton Hall 60

Ill.-Chicago 72, Loyola of Chicago 63

Iowa St. 74, Colorado 55

Marquette 65, Louisville 54

Missouri 65, Nebraska 53

N. Iowa 90, Missouri St. 72

S. Dakota St. 61, Utah Valley St. 59

SE Missouri 58, Tenn.-Martin 52

Valparaiso 58, W. Illinois 46

Wis.-Green Bay 69, Cleveland St. 66

Wis.-Milwaukee 76, Youngstown St. 70

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas St. 72, Louisiana-Monroe 54

Lamar 69, Northwestern St. 58

Oklahoma 70, Texas Tech 67

Rice 50, Tulsa 45

SMU 61, Houston 50

Texas A&M 62, Oklahoma St. 60

FAR WEST

BYU 67, Colorado St. 50

California 67, Oregon St. 61, 2OT

Fresno St. 69, Boise St. 61

Long Beach St. 73, Cal St.-Fullerton 59

Loyola Marymount 63, Pepperdine 52

Nevada 70, San Jose St. 52

New Mexico 57, Air Force 47

Oakland, Mich. 65, S. Utah 52

Southern Cal 66, Arizona 42

Washington 81, Washington St. 49

GOLF

Nissan Open

PGA

Los Angeles, par 71

FedExCup points in parentheses

x-won on third hole of playoff

x-C. Howell III (4500), $936,000 69-65-69-65 268

P. Micklsn (2700), $561,600 66-65-69-68 268

Ernie Els (1300), $270,400 69-68-67-67 271

R. Allenby (1300), $270,400 69-66-68-68 271

Jim Furyk (1300), $270,400 67-70-67-67 271

S. Garcia (900), $187,200 67-68-69-69 273

P. Harringtn (838), $174,200 63-68-70-73 274

Pat Perez (775), $161,200 66-69-75-65 275

A. Kim (650), $135,200 72-69-71-64 276

R. Mediate (650), $135,200 71-66-71-68 276

J. Quinney (650), $135,200 70-70-67-69 276

R. Sabbatini (650), $135,200 69-70-67-70 276

C. Petterssn (455), $94,640 72-69-68-68 277

H. Frazar (455), $94,640 70-72-67-68 277

J. M. Olazabl (455), $94,640 70-70-68-69 277

A. Baddeley (455), $94,640 68-69-70-70 277

Rich Beem (455), $94,640 69-68-65-75 277

Bart Bryant (338), $70,200 72-68-70-68 278

Cliff Kresge (338), $70,200 70-69-71-68 278

S. Elkington (338), $70,200 69-69-69-71 278

John Rollins (338), $70,200 70-69-67-72 278

J.J. Henry (225), $46,874 70-71-70-68 279

John Daly (225), $46,874 70-72-68-69 279

J. Wagner (225), $46,874 71-66-72-70 279

Bill Haas (225), $46,874 71-68-69-71 279

Mike Weir (225), $46,874 74-69-70-66 279

C. Beckman (225), $46,874 67-71-69-72 279

K.J. Choi (225), $46,874 72-67-66-74 279

R. S. Johnsn (166), $34,580 70-71-71-68 280

Kevin Stadler (166), $34,580 67-75-70-68 280

David Howell (166), $34,580 67-68-73-72 280

Vijay Singh (166), $34,580 68-71-69-72 280

Lucas Glover (138), $28,730 69-72-71-69 281

Stewart Cink (138), $28,730 70-71-69-71 281

Z. Johnson (138), $28,730 69-73-70-69 281

Kevin Na (138), $28,730 70-69-69-73 281

Kenny Perry (108), $22,360 70-73-68-71 282

Corey Pavin (108), $22,360 72-66-73-71 282

Ted Purdy (108), $22,360 69-71-72-70 282

David Toms (108), $22,360 69-70-70-73 282

Paul McGinley (0), $22,360 70-71-69-72 282

Ben Curtis (108), $22,360 69-69-69-75 282

Briny Baird (108), $22,360 66-73-67-76 282

Jason Bohn (74), $15,347 71-69-70-73 283

Tim Petrovic (74), $15,347 74-68-70-71 283

Rod Pampling (74), $15,347 68-71-75-69 283

G. McNeill (74), $15,347 71-70-67-75 283

Scott Verplank (74), $15,347 70-72-72-69 283

T. Immelman (74), $15,347 70-72-72-69 283

Heath Slocum (74), $15,347 69-74-72-68 283

Vaughn Taylor (59), $12,314 71-71-68-74 284

John Senden (59), $12,314 71-70-71-72 284

Retief Goosen (59), $12,314 71-70-72-71 284

Bo Van Pelt (59), $12,314 69-73-71-71 284

Geoff Ogilvy (59), $12,314 68-70-67-79 284

Peter Lonard (56), $11,596 71-70-70-74 285

Tom Lehman (56), $11,596 73-66-72-74 285

T. Pernice, Jr. (56), $11,596 70-69-71-75 285

Sean O Hair (56), $11,596 72-71-69-73 285

Kirk Triplett (56), $11,596 70-70-73-72 285

Matt Kuchar (56), $11,596 71-72-71-71 285

Craig Barlow (54), $11,128 71-71-68-76 286

Justin Rose (54), $11,128 72-70-72-72 286

K. Sutherland (54), $11,128 76-67-71-72 286

Shaun Micheel (52), $10,868 70-69-71-77 287

Ryuji Imada (52), $10,868 71-70-72-74 287

Nick O Hern (51), $10,660 71-70-72-75 288

Ken Duke (51), $10,660 71-72-74-71 288

R. Karlsson (0), $10,296 69-74-71-75 289

C. Hoffman (50), $10,296 69-72-75-73 289

S. Appleby (50), $10,296 70-73-73-73 289

Billy Andrade (50), $10,296 71-72-73-73 289

Adam Scott (50), $10,296 72-70-75-72 289

D. Maruyama (48), $9,984 72-71-70-77 290

Eric Axley (47), $9,828 68-73-75-75 291

Tripp Isenhour (47), $9,828 70-71-77-73 291

S. Maruyama (46), $9,620 71-70-75-76 292

Chad Campbell (46), $9,620 74-67-75-76 292

Mathew Goggin (46), $9,464 71-72-78-74 295

Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am

Champions Tour

Lutz, Fla., par 71

Tom Watson, $240,000 70-69-70 209

Jay Haas, $128,800 69-72-69 210

Andy Bean, $128,800 71-67-72 210

Loren Roberts, $86,400 70-71-71 212

R.W. Eaks, $86,400 72-70-70 212

Wayne Levi, $64,000 69-69-75 213

Scott Hoch, $51,200 73-71-70 214

Curtis Strange, $51,200 70-71-73 214

David Eger, $51,200 67-72-75 214

Mark Johnson, $40,000 71-71-73 215

D.A. Weibring, $40,000 75-66-74 215

Keith Fergus, $33,600 73-68-75 216

Tom Wargo, $33,600 68-72-76 216

Fuzzy Zoeller, $28,800 72-72-73 217

Tom Jenkins, $28,800 71-72-74 217

Brad Bryant, $28,800 72-76-69 217

David Edwards, $23,320 73-73-72 218

Denis Watson, $23,320 77-70-71 218

Mike Reid, $23,320 75-69-74 218

Nick Price, $23,320 74-74-70 218

Bob Gilder, $17,760 71-76-72 219

Mark James, $17,760 72-73-74 219

Jim Thorpe, $17,760 78-70-71 219

John Harris, $17,760 69-73-77 219

Eduardo Romero, $17,760 73-68-78 219

Bobby Wadkins, $14,240 74-72-74 220

Tom Purtzer, $14,240 76-70-74 220

Ben Crenshaw, $14,240 71-73-76 220

Chip Beck, $14,240 74-69-77 220

Walter Hall, $10,820 75-70-76 221

Doug LaCrosse, $10,820 74-71-76 221

Andy North, $10,820 74-71-76 221

Hale Irwin, $10,820 77-70-74 221

Hugh Baiocchi, $10,820 73-75-73 221

Allen Doyle, $10,820 72-72-77 221

Tim Simpson, $10,820 77-72-72 221

John Bland, $10,820 75-75-71 221

Isao Aoki, $8,320 76-70-76 222

Dave Eichelberger, $8,320 75-71-76 222

Howard Twitty, $8,320 74-74-74 222

Mark O Meara, $8,320 74-66-82 222

Morris Hatalsky, $7,040 75-71-77 223

Gil Morgan, $7,040 72-75-76 223

Jerry Pate, $7,040 73-75-75 223

Tom Kite, $7,040 76-75-72 223

Scott Simpson, $5,920 75-71-78 224

Lonnie Nielsen, $5,920 76-72-76 224

John Jacobs, $5,920 76-74-74 224

Des Smyth, $4,507 73-73-79 225

Massy Kuramoto, $4,507 77-71-77 225

Hubert Green, $4,507 80-69-76 225

Don Pooley, $4,507 76-73-76 225

Ed Dougherty, $4,507 73-77-75 225

Graham Marsh, $4,507 74-76-75 225

Bruce Fleisher, $3,520 71-76-79 226

Vicente Fernandez, $3,520 75-70-81 226

Jay Sigel, $3,520 78-75-73 226

Leonard Thompson, $3,200 78-76-73 227

Jim Albus, $2,880 74-73-81 228

Dana Quigley, $2,880 76-74-78 228

J.C. Snead, $2,880 81-73-74 228

Gibby Gilbert, $2,240 75-74-80 229

Mark McCumber, $2,240 75-76-78 229

Bruce Lietzke, $2,240 75-76-78 229

Kenny Knox, $2,240 79-73-77 229

Peter Jacobsen, $2,240 76-76-77 229

Bruce Summerhays, $1,760 76-75-79 230

Dave Stockton, $1,504 81-70-80 231

Jim Dent, $1,504 80-72-79 231

Jack Renner, $1,504 79-78-74 231

Mike McCullough, $1,264 80-75-77 232

Jose Maria Canizares, $1,264 76-79-77 232

Dale Douglass, $1,120 84-76-79 239

Gary Player, $1,056 79-80-81 240

NBA

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Toronto 29 24 .547

New Jersey 25 29 .463 41/2

New York 23 30 .434 6

Philadelphia 17 36 .321 12

Boston 13 38 .255 15

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Washington 29 21 .580

Orlando 27 26 .509 31/2

Miami 26 26 .500 4

Atlanta 21 31 .404 9

Charlotte 19 33 .365 11

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Detroit 32 19 .627

Cleveland 31 22 .585 2

Indiana 28 24 .538 41/2

Chicago 29 25 .537 41/2

Milwaukee 19 34 .358 14

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Dallas 44 9 .830

San Antonio 35 18 .660 9

Houston 33 19 .635 101/2

New Orleans 25 28 .472 19

Memphis 14 40 .259 301/2

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Utah 35 17 .673

Denver 26 25 .510 81/2

Minnesota 25 27 .481 10

Portland 22 32 .407 14

Seattle 20 32 .385 15

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

Phoenix 39 13 .750

L.A. Lakers 30 24 .556 10

L.A. Clippers 25 28 .472 141/2

Golden State 25 29 .463 15

Sacramento 22 29 .431 161/2

YESTERDAY

West 153, East 132, All-Star game

TONIGHT

No games scheduled

TOMORROW

Detroit at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.

Minnesota at Washington, 7 p.m.

New Orleans at Charlotte, 7 p.m.

Orlando at New York, 7:30 p.m.

Denver at San Antonio, 8 p.m.

Atlanta at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.

Boston at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

Utah at Portland, 10 p.m.

Memphis at Seattle, 10 p.m.

Phoenix at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES Agreed to terms with LHP Erik Bedard and RHP Hayden Penn on one-year contracts.

TEXAS RANGERS Agreed to terms with RHP Francisco Cruceta, RHP Frank Francisco, RHP Armando Galarraga, LHP Daniel Haigwood and LHP John Rheinecker on one-year contracts.

National League

FLORIDA MARLINS Released RHP Jimmy Serrano.

LOS ANGELES DODGERS Agreed to terms with C Kelly Stinnett on a minor league contract.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS Agreed to terms with 2B Ronnie Belliard on a minor league contract. Announced the resignation of Andy Dunn, director of player development.

BASKETBALL

NBA Development League

FORT WORTH FLYERS Acquired F Ndudi Ebi and G-F Jeremy Richardson. Waived G Sean Dockery and F Anthony McHenry.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS Signed WR Fred Gibson.

Canadian Football League

EDMONTON ESKIMOS Signed DB Stanford Samuels.

Arena Football League

AUSTIN WRANGLERS Signed WR-DB Toure Carter and OL-DL Anthony Jones.

CHICAGO RUSH Claimed WR Derek McCoy off waivers from New Orleans.

DALLAS DESPERADOS Traded WR Darnell McDonald to New Orleans for future considerations.

GEORGIA FORCE Signed DB James Whitley.

LOS ANGELES AVENGERS Signed OL Branden Hall.

NEW YORK DRAGONS Waived FB Jasen Isom.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLORADO AVALANCHE Recalled D Jeff Finger from Albany of the AHL.

DETROIT RED WINGS Re-signed F Tomas Holmstrom to a three-year contract.

LOS ANGELES KINGS Signed RW John Zeiler to a one-year contract and recalled him from Manchester of the AHL. Assigned F Konstantin Pushkarev to Manchester.

MONTREAL CANADIENS Recalled RW Duncan Milroy from Hamilton of the AHL. Reassigned F Jimmy Bonneau to Hamilton from Cincinnati of the ECHL.

OTTAWA SENATORS Assigned G Kelly Guard to Binghamton of the AHL.

American Hockey League

HAMILTON BULLDOGS Recalled F Mathieu Aubin from Cincinnati of the ECHL.

MANITOBA MOOSE Announced the Vancouver Canucks assigned F Brandon Reid to the team.

OMAHA AK-SAR-BEN KNIGHTS Acquired D Brett Skinner on loan from the Anaheim Ducks.

WORCESTER SHARKS Announced the San Jose Sharks recalled C Tomas Plihal.

ECHL

ECHL Suspended Florida C Jarrett Lukin six games for an off-ice incident.

PHOENIX ROADRUNNERS Signed D Mat Snesrud and D Kyle Orr.

COLLEGE

ARKANSAS Announced the retirement of Frank Broyles, athletic director.

TENNIS

Sony Ericsson International

Bangalore, India

Singles

Championship

Yaroslava Shvedova d. Mara Santangelo (1) 6-4, 6-4.

Copa Telmex

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Singles

Main Draw Elimination

Igor Andreev d. Jiri Vanek 6-4, 6-4.

Brasil Open

Salvador, Brazil

Singles

Championship

Guillermo Canas d. Juan Carlos Ferrero (1) 7-6 (4), 6-2.

Doubles

Championship

Lukas Dlouhy and Pavel Vizner (1) d. Albert Montanes and Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo 6-2, 7-6 (4).

Proximus Diamond Games

Antwerp, Belgium

Singles

Championship

Amelie Mauresmo (1) d. Kim Clijsters (2) 6-4, 7-6 (4).

Doubles

Championship

Cara Black and Liezel Huber (1) d. Elena Likhovsteva and Elena Vesnina (4) 7-5, 4-6, 6-1.

Open 13

Marseille, France

Singles

Championship

Gilles Simon d. Marcos Baghdatis (7), Cyprus, 6-4, 7-6 (3).

Doubles

Championship

Arnaud Clement and Michael Llodra (4) d. Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor (1) 7-5, 4-6, 10-8 tiebreak.

SAP Open

San Jose, Calif.

Singles

Championship

Andy Murray (3) d. Ivo Karlovic 6-7 (3), 6-4, 7-6 (2)

SPORTLIGHT

Feb. 19

1984 Cale Yarborough sweeps into the lead two turns before the finish to win the Daytona 500. He becomes the second driver to win consecutive Daytona 500s; Richard Petty was the other.

1994 Speedskater Bonnie Blair wins the fourth gold of her Olympic career with her third consecutive 500-meter victory.

1996 Charles Barkley of Phoenix becomes one of 10 players with 20,000 points and 10,000 rebounds in the NBA when he grabs 14 rebounds in a 98-94 victory over Vancouver.

2002 In Salt Lake City, bobsledders Jill Bakken and Vonetta Flowers give the United States 21 medals in the Winter Games. Flowers becomes the first black athlete in history to win a gold medal at the Winter Olympics.

2005 Schreiner ends its NCAA-record losing streak at 83 games, beating Sul Ross State 75-69 in a women s basketball game. It s the Division III Mountaineers first win since Jan. 17, 2002, when they also beat Sul Ross.

2006 The East rallies from 21 points down for a 122-120 victory over the West in the NBA All-Star Game. Cleveland s LeBron James scores 29 points, making the 21-year-old star the youngest MVP in the game s history.

2006 Jimmie Johnson wins a two-lap shootout to claim the Daytona 500, capping a roller-coaster week that saw NASCAR kick his crew chief, Chad Knaus, out of competition for making an illegal modification to Johnson s car.



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