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Published: 1/31/2008

College basketball, baseball, NFL

BOWLING

HONOR ROLL

300 game

Jeff Kwiatkowski, Rossford 277-204-300-781

Jeff Kruzel, Rossford 300-244-209-753

Keith Nusbaum, Miracle 213-300-222-735

Men750+

Keith Nusbaum, Miracle 805

Steve Kosier, Rossford 796

Rod Radant, Rossford 794

Rich Gargas, Rossford 781

Todd Childress, Rossford 781

Brian May, Rossford 781

Steve Jones, Imperial 769

Mike Malone, Southwyck 767

Dan Tuite, Southwyck 761

Sean Sevrence, Rossford 761

Jeff Kruzel, Rossford 761

Ron Zeman, Miracle 760

Chad Close, Rossford 754

Chuck Reynolds, Jr. Rossford 753

Keith Davis, Timbers 751

Gus Webb, Miracle 750

Keith Baumgardener, Rossford 750

Women 650+

Judi Woessner, Rossford 750

Shari Gorski, Imperial 733

Sandy Crossen, Southwyck 716

Amanda Pierson, Imperial 685

Dawn Beecham, Imperial 663

Ellen DeVaughn, Southwyck 652

SPORTS NOTE

JUNIOR HIGH CHAMPIONSHIPS: The Toledo Public School Junior High basketball championships will be held tonight at Bowsher High School. DeVeaux and Robinson meet for the girls title at 6 p.m. DeVeaux and McTigue meet for the boys title at 7:30 p.m. Tickets good for both games are $3 for adults and $2 for students,

BASEBALL TOURNAMENT: The Woodmore 14-and-under and 12-and-under Memorial Day Tournament will be held in Woodville on May 21-26. Contact Mike Sorg at 419-836-9826.

SPORTLIGHT

Jan. 31

1988 The Washington Redskins score 35 points in the second quarter to overcome a 10-0 deficit and beat the Denver Broncos 42-10 in the Super Bowl. MVP Doug Williams passes for four touchdowns and a record 340 yards. Timmy Smith rushes for a record 204 yards.

1991 Michael Adams of the Denver Nuggets scores a career-high 45 points, hands out 12 assists and grabs 11 rebounds in a 123-119 win over New Jersey. The 5-foot-11 guard becomes the shortest player in the NBA to get a triple-double.

ST. FRANCIS 64, WHITMER 12: 103-D.Hanus (SF) d. Carnes, 9-5; 112-Moore (W) p. Opaczewski; 119-Marzec (SF) md. Mazzurco, 17-5; 125-McCarthy (SF) by forfeit; 130-Sandlin (W) p. Carr; 135-Dietsch (SF) by forfeit; 140-Janke (SF) p. Wert, 0:20; 145-Ramirez (SF) p. Negrin, 1:56; 152-Horvath (SF) p. Stockman, 2;34; 160-Babuder (SF) by forfeit; 171-A.Hanus (SF) by forfeit; 189-C.Hanus (SF) p. Compton, 0:51; 215-Toth (SF) d. Murray, 8-5; 285-Fedynich (SF) p. King, 2:15.

START 44, WHITMER 27: 103-C.Leedy (S) d. Carnes, 10-4; 112-Moore (W) p. Green, 2:25; 119-K.Leedy (S) tf. Mazzurco, 18-3; 125-B.Leedy (S) by forfeit; 130-Sandlin (W) p. Sumner, 0:40; 135-double forfeit; 140-Soto (S) p. Wert, 0:48; 145-Negrin (W) by forfeit; 152-Brubaker (S) p. Stockman, 2:34; 160-Langston (S) by forfeit; 171-Watson (S) by forfeit; 189-Eltatawy (W) d. Dunklin, 7-2; 215-Murray (W) p. Sutton, 2:58; 285-Augustyniak (S) p. King, 1:03.

ST. FRANCIS 43, START 29: 103-C.Leedy (S) p. D.Hanus, 2:42; 112-Green (S) p. Opaczewski, 1:24; 119-K.Leedy (S) p. Rollins, 0:46; 125-B.Leedy (S) md. Marzec, 9-0; 130-McCarthy (SF) p. Sumner, 1:55; 135-Dietsch (SF) by forfeit; 140-Janke (SF) p. Soto, 3:42; 145-Horvath (SF) by forfeit; 152-Ramirez (SF) p. Brubaker, 3:15; 160-Babuder (SF) md. Langston, 11-1; 171-A.Hanus (SF) d. Watson, 10-5; 189-Dunklin (S) md. C.Hanus, 19-9; 215-Toth (SF) p. Sutton, 1:17; 285-Augustyniak (S) d. Fedynich, 6-3.

Northwest Ohio Rankings

Team ratings: 1-Oak Harbor; 2-Eastwood; 3-Delta; 4-Perkins; 5-Central Catholic; 6-Clay; 7-Clyde; 8-Elmwood; 9-Maumee; 10- St. John s Jesuit.

103: H. Stieber (Monroevil); 2-Manley, (Springfield); 3-Cramer, (Oak Harbor); 4-Eichert (Arcadia); 5-Ferguson (Montpelier); 6-Ward (Bryan); 7- Garcia (Lake); 8- Stacey (Liberty Center).

112: Tessari (Monroeville); 2- Stone (Oak Harbor); 3-Miller (Defiance); 4-Tolson (Delta); 5-D.Cook (TCC) 6-Hackworth (Eastwood); 7-Lee (Elmwood); 8-Glen (Otsego).

119-1-Stiebler (Monroeville; 2-Miller (Oak Harbor); 3-Fuller (Waite) 4-Lopez (Patrick Henry); 5-Perez (Wauseon); 6-McLaughlin (Clay); 7-Gonzalaez (Defiance); 8-LaCourse (Eastwood).

125: Opfer (SMCC); Baxter (Perkins); 3-Flores (Eastwood); 4-K. Leady (Start); 5-A Cook (TCC); 6-Carnahan (Paulding); 7-Karnes (Edgerton); 8-Oney (SC).

130: A. Latham (Southview); 2-Messinger (Fremont Ross); 3-Munafo (Perkins) 4-B. Leady (Start); 5-Almanza (Patrick Henry); 6-Curico (Toledo Christian)7-Foos (Otsego); 8-Redd (Archbold).

135: Reindell (Cardinal Stritch); 2-Johnson (Otsego) 3-Ray (Rossford); 4-Ganues (Clay); 5-Smith (TSJ); 6-Combs (Bryan); 7-Rentschler (LC); 8-Ferguison (Springfield).

140: D. Reidy (Bellevue); 2- Gombash (Delta); 3-Shoemaker (Arcadia); 4-Lopez (Waite); 5-Johnson (Monroe); 6-Norden (Napoleon); 7-Ferguson (Springfield); 8-Long (Eastwood).

145: Tank, (Oak Harbor; 2-Herrick (Waite); 3- McGooky (Perkins); 4-Betts (Elmwood; 5-Hoffmann (Eastwood); 6-Shiff (Fostoria; 7-Dye (Patrick Henry); 8-Vocke (Napoleon).

152: True (Arcadia); 2-Drummond, (Napoleon); 3-Hendon (Bowling Green); 4-Wagner (Genoa); 5-Evans (Fremont Ross); 6-Ramirez (TSF); 7-Short (Archbold); 8-Mossing (TCC)

160: Cubberly (Eastwood); 2-Kwaite (Calvert); 3-Thurn ( (Clyde); 4-Lee (Elmwood); 5-Ortaloni (SMVV); 6-Brubaker (Start) 7-Giachetti (Oak Harbor); 8-Munson (AW).

171: Phillips (Monroeville); 2-Roth (Eastwood); 3-Witt (Oak Harbor); 4-Yant (Delta); 5-Micheals (Clyde); 6-Nino (TCC); Ackley (Elmwood); 8-Monus (TSJ).)

189: Magrum (Oak Harbor); 2-Foster (Eastwood); 3-Alexander (Findlay); 4-Isley (Southview); 5-Kirian (Mohawk); 6-McClory (LC); 7-Krajicek (Springfield); 8-Meadows (TSJ).

215- Fisher (Perkins); 2-Pickeral (TCC); 3-Andrews (Clyde); 4-Ripke (Maumee); 5-Aurand (Elmwood); 6-Ault (Woodmore); 7-Hummell (Lake); 8-Mueller (TSJ).

285: Southwyck (Otsego); 2-Donna (Columbian); 3-Williams (Woodward); 4-Brooks (Bellevue); 5-Sanchez (Napoleon); 6-Ruppert (Waite); 7-Augustiniak (Start); McClellan (TSJ).

PRO FOOTBALL

Super Bowl

Sunday

Glendale, Ariz.

New England vs. N.Y. Giants, 6:17 p.m. (FOX)

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

Super Bowl XLII

New England 12 NY Giants

NBA

DETROIT 7 (197) LA Lakers

a-BOSTON No Line (XXX) Dallas

Cleveland 41/2 (196) SEATTLE

PHOENIX 7 (200) San Antonio

a-Boston K. Garnett and R. Allen are

questionable.

College Basketball

N. CAROLINA 21 Boston College

NOTRE DAME 8 Providence

Wisc Milwaukee 5 DETROIT

Minnesota 2 MICHIGAN

WRIGHT STATE 51/2 Wisc Green Bay

W. KENTUCKY 14 Ark Little Rock

South Alabama 31/2 NORTH TEXAS

ILLINOIS CHICAGO 21/2 Cleveland State

LOYOLA CHICAGO 61/2 Youngstown State

LA-LAFAYETTE 7 Middle Tenn St

Temple 2 FORDHAM

TROY 31/2 Louisiana-Monroe

DUKE 19 North Carolina St

WISCONSIN 41/2 Indiana

DENVER 5 Fla International

CS NORTHRIDGE 9 Cal Irvine

WASH. STATE 111/2 California

NEVADA 9 Fresno State

Stanford 2 WASHINGTON

CS Fullerton 7 LONG BEACH ST.

UCLA 141/2 Arizona State

SOUTHERN CAL 31/2 Arizona

New Mexico St. 2 HAWAII

Home Team in CAPS

COLLEGE HOCKEY

CCHA

TOMORROW

Bowling Green at Ohio St.

Ferris St. at Lake Superior St.

Nebraska-Omaha at Michigan St.

N. Michigan at Michigan

US Under-18 Team at Notre Dame

W. Michigan at Alaska-Fairbanks

SATURDAY

Bowling Green at Ohio St.

Ferris St. at Lake Superior St.

Nebraska-Omaha at Michigan St.

N. Michigan at Michigan

W. Michigan at Alaska-Fairbanks

Friday, Feb. 8

Alaska-Fairbanks at Bowling Green

Ferris St. at Notre Dame

Lake Superior St. at W. Michigan

Michigan at Miami

Michigan St. at N. Michigan

Ohio St. at Nebraska-Omaha

Saturday, Feb. 9

Alaska-Fairbanks at Bowling Green

Ferris St. at Notre Dame

Lake Superior St. at W. Michigan

Michigan at Miami

Michigan St. at N. Michigan

Ohio St. at Nebraska-Omaha

Men

Mid-American Conf.

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Kent St. 6 1 .857 17 4 .810

Akron 5 2 .714 15 5 .750

Ohio 5 2 .714 14 6 .700

BGSU 5 2 .714 10 9 .526

Miami 3 4 .429 9 10 .474

Buffalo 0 7 .000 6 13 .316

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

W. Michigan 5 2 .714 11 9 .550

C. Michigan 3 4 .429 8 11 .421

E. Michigan 3 4 .429 7 12 .368

Toledo 3 4 .429 6 13 .316

N. Illinois 2 5 .286 5 14 .263

Ball St. 2 5 .286 3 16 .158

LAST NIGHT

Akron 68, Toledo 52

Bowling Green 63, Ball State 53

Kent State 77, Eastern Michigan 67

Miami 66, Northern Illinois 51

SATURDAY

Toledo at Kent State, noon

Bowling Green at Western Michigan, 4

Ohio at Northern Illinois, 2

Miami OH at Ball State, 2

Buffalo at Central Michigan, 6:30

Eastern Michigan at Akron, 7

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Indiana 6 0 1.000 17 2 .895

Michigan St. 7 1 .875 19 2 .905

Purdue 7 1 .875 16 5 .762

Wisconsin 6 1 .857 16 3 .842

Ohio St. 6 2 .750 15 6 .714

Minnesota 2 4 .333 12 6 .667

Iowa 3 6 .333 10 12 .455

Penn St. 2 6 .250 10 10 .500

Illinois 2 7 .222 10 12 .455

Michigan 1 7 .125 5 15 .250

Northwestern 0 7 .000 6 11 .353

LAST NIGHT

Purdue 51, Iowa 50

Michigan St. 51, Illinois 41

TONIGHT

Minnesota at Michigan, 7

Indiana at Wisconsin, 9

SATURDAY

Ohio St. at Iowa, 6:05

Michigan St. at Penn St., 8

Purdue at Illinois, 3:30

SUNDAY

Northwestern at Indiana, Noon

Wisconsin at Minnesota, 2

National

EAST

Cincinnati 62, West Virginia 39

Colgate 58, Holy Cross 46

Georgetown 74, St. John s 42

La Salle 84, St. Bonaventure 61

Lafayette 83, Army 58

Massachusetts 94, Duquesne 80

Navy 77, American U. 66

Northeastern 53, Delaware 49

Pittsburgh 69, Villanova 57

Rhode Island 78, Richmond 74

Saint Joseph s 61, George Washington 59

Towson 60, Hofstra 51

Wooster 78, Allegheny 61

SOUTH

Davidson 78, Wofford 65

Florida Atlantic 82, New Orleans 72

Furman 53, The Citadel 51

LSU 81, Auburn 80

Marshall 72, Tulsa 65, OT

Maryland 85, Virginia 75

Mississippi 74, Vanderbilt 58

South Carolina 62, Georgia 56

UAB 88, UCF 81

UNC Wilmington 68, Old Dominion 65

William & Mary 70, James Madison 67

MIDWEST

Adrian 66, Kalamazoo 62

Albion 75, Alma 73, OT

Baldwin-Wallace 81, Mount Union 72

Bradley 63, Indiana St. 44

Dayton 63, Saint Louis 36

Defiance 90, Bluffton 71

Denison 55, Earlham 49

Drake 75, Creighton 65

John Carroll 76, Muskingum 62

Kansas St. 84, Kansas 75

Marietta 96, Otterbein 95, OT

N. Iowa 69, Illinois St. 61

Nebraska 66, Missouri 62

Ohio Northern 89, Heidelberg 72

Ohio Wesleyan 84, Oberlin 69

Syracuse 60, DePaul 55

Wilmington, Ohio 72, Capital 55

Wittenberg 54, Wabash 52

FAR WEST

BYU 69, Air Force 53

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 78, Mississippi St. 58

Memphis 89, Houston 77

UNLV 70, TCU 58

WOMEN

Mid-American Conf.

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Ohio 5 2 .714 12 8 .600

BGSU 4 3 .571 15 6 .714

Miami 4 3 .571 12 9 .571

Buffalo 3 3 .500 10 9 .526

Kent St. 3 4 .429 6 13 .316

Akron 2 5 .286 6 15 .286

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

W. Michigan 6 1 .857 9 12 .429

E. Michigan 4 3 .571 10 9 .526

Ball St. 4 2 .667 8 11 .421

N. Illinois 3 3 .500 7 11 .389

Toledo 3 4 .429 10 8 .556

C. Michigan 0 7 .000 4 16 .200

LAST NIGHT

Kent State 87, Toledo 61

Western Michigan 79, Bowling Green 73

Ohio 88, Ball State 82

TONIGHT

Northern Illinois at Buffalo, 7

SATURDAY

Bowling Green at Toledo, 2:30

Ohio at Western Michigan, 2

Kent State at Eastern Michigan, 2

Miami at Central Michigan, 4

MIDWEST

Allegheny 65, Wooster 48

Baldwin-Wallace 65, Mount Union 47

Bethel, Ind. 79, Marian, Ind. 54

Bluffton 80, Defiance 77

John Carroll 67, Muskingum 55

Kansas St. 77, Nebraska 75

Notre Dame 85, Providence 54

Ohio Wesleyan 86, Oberlin 35

Olivet 80, St. Mary s, Ind. 70

Otterbein 84, Marietta 64

Wilmington, Ohio 81, Capital 66

Wittenberg 65, Denison 55

Xavier 69, Saint Louis 52

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

KANSAS CITY ROYALS Agreed to terms with 2B Esteban German on a one-year contract.

National League

LOS ANGELES DODGERS Sold RHP D.J. Houlton to Fukuoka (Japanese Pacific League).

NEW YORK METS Claimed RHP Ruddy Lugo off waivers from Oakland.

Northern League

WINNIPEG GOLDEYES Agreed to terms with INF Scott Schade, INF Jeff Beachum and OF Brian Aragon.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NBA Suspended New York F Renaldo Balkman one game, without pay, and assessed him a flagrant foul, penalty two for elbowing Los Angeles Lakers G Sasha Vujacic in a game on Jan. 29.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS Named Chris Scelfo tight ends coach.

BALTIMORE RAVENS Named Jerry Rosburg special teams coach.

CINCINNATI BENGALS Signed QB Jordan Palmer to a two-year contract.

MIAMI DOLPHINS Signed QB Matt Baker, OL Trey Darilek, LB Junior Glymph.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Named Ted Tollner quarterbacks coach/assistant to the head coach, and Adam Gase offensive assistant.

ST. LOUIS RAMS Named Al Saunders offensive coordinator and signed him to a three-year contract.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS Assigned F David Bolland and F Kris Versteeg to Rockford (AHL).

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Recalled C Gilbert Brule from Syracuse (AHL).

EDMONTON OILERS Placed D Sheldon Souray on injured reserve.

PHOENIX COYOTES Assigned C Mike Zigomanis to San Antonio (AHL).

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING Assigned RW Kyle Wanvig to Norfolk (AHL).

VANCOUVER CANUCKS Assigned G Drew MacIntyre to Manitoba (AHL). Recalled D Luc Bourdon, RW Mike Brown and LW Jason Jaffray from Manitoba.

COLLEGE

ALABAMA Named Jim McElwain offensive coordinator.

SAINT LOUIS Named Chris May athletic director.



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