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HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

BOYS

City League

Tomorrow

Bowsher at Woodward

Central at Clay

Libbey vs. Rogers at UT

Scott at Start

St. Francis vs. St. John s at UT

Waite at Whitmer

Saturday

Northview at Clay

Waite at Newark

Northern Lakes League

Tomorrow

Rossford at Anthony Wayne

Bowling Green at Southview

Springfield at Maumee

Perrysburg at Northview

Saturday

Pickerington Central at Bowling Green

Tiffin Columbian at Perrysburg

Rossford at Defiance

Eastwood at Springfield

Suburban Lakes League

Tonight

Elmwood at Eastwood

Genoa at Otsego

Lakota at Gibsonburg

Lake at Woodmore

Saturday

Bettsville at Lakota

Otsego at Liberty Center

Gibsonburg at Elmwood

TAAC

Tomorrow

Stritch at Maumee Valley

Ottawa Hills at Danbury

Northwood at Toledo Christian

Saturday

Oak Harbor at Danbury

Monclova Christian at Emmanuel Christian

Ottawa Hills at Tiffin Calvert

Northwood at Swanton

North Baltimore at Maumee Valley, 2:30 p.m.

NWOAL

Tomorrow

Delta at Archbold

Bryan at Evergreen

Liberty Center at Montpelier

Wauseon at Patrick Henry

Saturday

Bryan at Paulding

Delta at Evergreen

Montpelier at Fairview

Wauseon at Pettisville

Midland Athletic League

Tomorrow

Carey at Fostoria St. Wendelin

New Riegel at Hopewell-Loudon

Seneca East at Tiffin Calvert

Saturday

Elgin at Carey

Cory-Rawson at Hopewell-Loudon

Upper Sandusky at Mohawk

New Riegel at Margaretta

Old Fort at Fremont St. Joseph

Sandusky Bay Conf.

Tomorrow

Sandusky Perkins at Clyde

Margaretta at Edison

Oaki Harbor at Huron

Sandusky St. Mary at Port Clinton

Saturday

Huron at Keystone

Sandusky at Port Clinton

Shelby at Sandusky Perkins

Norwalk at. Paul at Sandusky St. Mary

Blanchard Valley Conf.

Tomorrow

Arcadia at Pandora-Gilboa

Arlington at Vanlue

Liberty Benton at Cory-Rawson

Leipsic at Hardin Northern

Van Buren at McComb

Saturday

Upper Scioto Valley at Hardin Northern

Leipsic at Ottoville

Pandora-Gilboa at Fort Jennings

Kalida at Van Buren

Green Meadows Conf.

Tomorrow

Antwerp at Holgate

Wayne Trace at Ayersville

Edgerton at Tinora

Fairview at Hicksville

Saturday

Hilltop at Antwerp

Stryker at Ayersville

Fayette at Hicksville

Tinora at Continental

Buckeye Border Conf.

Tomorrow

Edon at Fayette

Stryker at Hilltop

Putnam County League

Tomorrow

Columbus Grove at Lima Catholic

Continental at Kalida

Saturday

Columbus Grove at Miller City

Kalida at Van Buren

Leipsic at Ottoville

Pandora-Gilboa at Fort Jennings

Other NW Ohio

Tomorrow

Bellevue at Upper Sandusky

Galion at Norwalk

Defiance at Lima Bath

Findlay at Fremont Ross

Shelby at Fostoria

Marion Harding at Napoleon

Celina at Ottawa-Glandorf

Tri-County Conf.

Tomorrow

Adrian Madison at Deerfield

Summerfield at Britton-Macon

Sand Creek at Whitmore Lake

Whiteford at Clinton

Lenawee County

Tomorrow

Blissfield at Onsted

Erie-Mason at Dundee

Other SE Michigan

Tomorrow

Manchester at Addison

Adrian at Saline

Lincoiln at Bedford

Monroe at Wyandotte Roosevelt

Milan at Monroe Jefferson

Riverview at Monroe St. Mary

GIRLS

City League

Last night

Semifinals at Start

Waite 68, Notre Dame 58

Central 45, Start 41

(Championship Saturday at 3 p.m.)

Tomorrow

Fremont Ross at Clay

Northern Lakes League

Tonight

Wauseon at Maumee

Suburban Lakes League

Tomorrow

Lakota at Eastwood

Elmwood at Otsego

Genoa at Woodmore

Gibsonburg at Lake

TAAC

Tonight

Stritch at Maumee Valley

Danbury at Ottawa Hills

Toledo Christian at Northwood

Saturday

Swanton at Ottawa Hills

LAST NIGHT

Start 13 12 11 5 41

Central 10 8 13 14 45

START: Kynard 1-3-5, McCorey 3-1-7, Mickles 1-0-2, Richardson 3-0-6, Arnold 1-2-1-9, Bishop 5-2-12. Totals: 14-2-7-41.

CENTRAL: Farell 0-2-2, Lewis 1-1-4-9, Calhoun 6-1-2-17, Nowacki 1-4-6, Jones 5-1-11. Totals: 13-2-13-45.

Notre Dame 7 16 17 18 58

Waite 15 22 10 21 68

NOTRE DAME: Litle 1-1-3, Pryor 2-2-6, Strall 2-1-5, Fought 3-0-6, Okonta 3-0-6, Adamski 2-1-5, Donovan 2-1-5, Blanton 5-2-6-22. Totals: 20-2-12-58.

WAITE: Middlebrooks 5-0-10, Jackson 2-2-0-10, Haynes 1-3-5, Keaton 2-0-4, Perkins 5-1-11, Howard 10-1-5-28. Totals: 25-3-9-68.

Woodward 1 4 12 17 34

Maumee Valley 6 7 8 10 31

WOODWARD: Sullivan 0-3-3, Wysinger 2-1-5, Bean 0-2-2, Jones 6-1-13, Lane 3-0-6, Bradford 1-0-2, Gary 1-1-3. Totals: 13-8-34.

MAUMEE VALLEY: Spengler 2-1-0-7, Upamaka 2-0-4, Brown 9-2-20. Totals: 13-1-2-31.

PREP HOCKEY

District Tournament

All Games at Tam O Shanter

Monday Feb. 11

Clay vs. Bowling Green, 6 p.m.

Perrysburg vs. Findlay, 8 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 13

Maumee vs. Anthony Wayne, 6 p.m.

Springfield vs. St. Francis, 8 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 14

Start vs. Northview, 6 p.m.

Fremont Ross vs. Southview, 8 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 16

Ottawa Hills vs. St. John s, 6 p.m.

Whitmer vs. Central Catholic, 9 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Clay/Bowling Green winner vs. Perrysburg/Findlay winner, 6 p.m.

Maumee/Anthony Wayne winner vs. Springfield/St. Francis winner, 8 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 21

Start/Northview winner vs. Fremont Ross/Southview winner, 6 p.m.

Ottawa Hills/St. John s winner vs. Whitmer/Central Catholic winner, 8 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 23

Winners of games played Feb. 20, 6 p.m.

Winners of games played Feb. 21, 8:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 1

Winners of games played Feb. 23, 7 p.m.

college hockey

CCHA

W L T Pts GF GA

Miami 17 3 0 34 85 33

Michigan 15 2 3 33 75 37

Michigan St. 14 3 3 31 67 40

Notre Dame 13 6 1 27 60 39

Neb.-Omaha 9 10 3 21 66 78

Bowling Green 10 10 0 20 56 59

Ferris St. 7 10 3 17 51 50

Alaska-Fairbanks 7 12 3 17 49 65

N. Michigan 7 11 2 16 52 62

Ohio St. 5 14 1 11 44 72

Lake Superior St. 3 13 4 10 43 80

W. Michigan 3 16 1 7 41 74

OVERALL RECORDS: Miami 25-3-0, Michigan 22-3-3, Michigan St. 18-6-5, Notre Dame 20-9-1, Bowling Green 13-13-0, Ferris St. 10-12-4, Neb.-Omaha 12-13-3, N. Michigan 10-15-3, Alaska-Fairbanks 7-15-4, Ohio St. 9-19-2, W. Michigan 7-19-2, Lake Superior St. 5-16-5.

TOMORROW

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

Alaska-Fairbanks at Bowling Green

Ferris St. at Notre Dame

Michigan at Miami

Michigan St. at N. Michigan

Ohio St. at Nebraska-Omaha

Men

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Kent St. 7 2 .778 18 5 .783

Akron 6 3 .667 16 6 .727

Ohio 6 3 .667 15 7 .682

Miami 5 4 .556 11 10 .524

BGSU 5 4 .556 10 11 .476

Buffalo 1 8 .111 7 14 .333

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

W. Michigan 7 2 .778 13 9 .571

C. Michigan 5 4 .556 10 11 .476

E. Michigan 4 5 .444 8 13 .381

Toledo 4 5 .444 7 14 .333

N. Illinois 2 7 .222 5 16 .238

Ball St. 2 7 .222 3 18 .143

LAST NIGHT

Miami 76, Toledo 47

Cent. Michigan 81, Bowling Green 77, OT

E. Michigan 63, Ohio 56

Kent 64, Ball St. 61

W, Michigan 86, Akron 66

TUESDAY

Buffalo 89, N. Illinois 81

SATURDAY

N. Illinois at Kent St., 2

W. Michigan at Ohio, 2:30

Cent. Michigan at Miami, 4

Akron at Ball St., 7

SUNDAY

Toledo at Bowling Green, 4

E. Michigan at Buffalo, 4

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Wisconsin 9 1 .900 19 3 .864

Purdue 9 1 .900 18 5 .783

Indiana 7 1 .875 18 3 .857

Michigan St. 7 2 .778 19 3 .864

Ohio St. 7 2 .778 16 6 .727

Minnesota 4 5 .444 14 7 .667

Penn St. 3 7 .300 11 11 .500

Iowa 3 7 .300 10 13 .435

Illinois 2 8 .200 10 13 .435

Michigan 1 9 .100 5 17 .227

Northwestern 0 9 .000 7 13 .350

LAST NIGHT

Minnesota 92, Northwestern 72

Wisconsin 60, Iowa 54

TUESDAY

Ohio State 65, Michigan 55

Purdue 67, Penn St. 53

TONIGHT

Indiana at Illinois, 9

SATURDAY

Iowa at Minnesota, 2

Penn St. at Michigan, 4

Northwestern at Michigan St., 7

Purdue at Wisconsin, 9

SUNDAY

Indiana at Ohio St., 1

Area

OWENS 85, CUYAHOGA 84

OWENS: Walker 4-5-13, Broyles 1-2-0-8, Ellis 0-1-6-9, Hall 8-3-19, Taylor 3-2-2-14, Davis 1-2-4, Manns 0-1-1, Billingsley 1-0-2, Gibbs 6-3-15. Totals: 24-5-22-85.

CUYAHOGA: Zephyr 0-1-1, Leonard 2-2-2-12, Liggins 2-3-5-18, McClure 3-2-8, Smith 6-2-14, Evans 6-2-4-22, Reid 2-2-6, Goodson 1-1-3. Totals: 22-7-19-84.

National

EAST

Albany, N.Y. 80, New Hampshire 59

Allegheny 74, Oberlin 55

American U. 62, Holy Cross 46

Bethany,W.Va. 92, Thiel 67

Bridgeport 88, Molloy 61

Brooklyn 80, Medgar Evers 66

Bucknell 91, Colgate 85, OT

C.W. Post 71, Dowling 45

California, Pa. 71, Edinboro 64

Clarion 76, Slippery Rock 63

Coast Guard 60, Wheaton, Mass. 57

Connecticut 63, Syracuse 61

Delaware 68, UNC Wilmington 67

Duquesne 102, Saint Joseph s 88

Gettysburg 75, Dickinson 51

Hartford 69, Maine 67

Johns Hopkins 64, Franklin & Marshall 59

Keystone 67, Penn St.-Berks 59

Kings, Pa. 74, DeSales 66

Kutztown 78, East Stroudsburg 56

La Salle 80, George Washington 58

Lehman 60, CCNY 55, OT

Mansfield 64, Bloomsburg 56

Maryland 70, Boston College 65

Messiah 71, Albright 68

Millersville 75, West Chester 62

Muhlenberg 75, Haverford 67

Northeastern 67, Old Dominion 60

Notre Dame 95, Seton Hall 69

Old Westbury 85, St. Joseph s, L.I. 76

Queens, N.Y. 73, New Haven 63

Ramapo 70, N.J. City 61

Rutgers-Newark 76, Montclair St. 55

St. John s 52, Rutgers 45

St. Vincent 66, Geneva 64

Stevens Tech 63, College of N.J. 52

UMBC 75, Stony Brook 63

Vermont 83, Binghamton 78

Washington & Jefferson 65, Westminster, Pa. 56

York, N.Y. 60, NYCCT 58

York, Pa. 84, Salisbury 74

SOUTH

Anderson, S.C. 75, Limestone 73

Armstrong Atlantic 73, Ga. Southwestern 55

Averett 92, Ferrum 79

Bridgewater, Va. 70, Va. Wesleyan 60

Carson-Newman 93, North Greenville 66

Coastal Carolina 50, Winthrop 49

Davidson 74, Elon 64

Duke 89, North Carolina 78

East Carolina 64, Rice 45

Florida Atlantic 77, Louisiana-Monroe 72

Florida St. 62, Miami 55

Georgia Tech 89, Wake Forest 83

Guilford 64, Washington & Lee 60

High Point 67, Liberty 53

James Madison 73, Towson 68

Kentucky 66, Auburn 63

King, Tenn. 67, Virginia-Wise 50

Lenoir-Rhyne 77, Brevard 45

Louisiana-Lafayette 72, Fla. International 62

Memphis 77, SMU 48

Methodist 78, Greensboro 62

Mississippi St. 73, Alabama 66

Newberry 60, Mars Hill 53

Randolph-Macon 78, Lynchburg 58

Richmond 64, Temple 58

Roanoke 104, Emory & Henry 87

SE Louisiana 80, McNeese St. 61

Savannah Art 72, Warner Southern 62

Shenandoah 84, Christopher Newport 71

Thomas More 84, Waynesburg 60

UCF 77, Marshall 63

Va. Commonwealth 65, Georgia St. 60

Vanderbilt 67, Georgia 59

William & Mary 74, Hofstra 62

Wingate 106, Catawba 75

MIDWEST

Anderson, Ind. 61, Hanover 60

Baldwin-Wallace 87, Heidelberg 84

Bradley 83, Missouri St. 71

Buena Vista 80, Wartburg 67

Capital 82, Marietta 48

Dayton 69, Charlotte 64

Evansville 64, Wichita St. 56

Franklin 63, Transylvania 42

Huntington 66, Taylor 63

Kansas St. 74, Nebraska 59

Manchester 67, Bluffton 58

Missouri Southern 65, Washburn 56

Mount Union 70, John Carroll 65

Ohio Northern 103, Otterbein 74

Ohio Wesleyan 86, Wabash 57

Purdue-Calumet at Trinity Christian, ppd.

Rose-Hulman 77, Mount St. Joseph 67

SW Baptist 84, Missouri Western 72

Shawnee St. 73, Rio Grande 58

St. John s, Minn. 87, St. Olaf 64

St. Thomas, Minn. 84, Bethel, Minn. 68

Wittenberg 70, Earlham 54

Wooster 104, Hiram 61

SOUTHWEST

Baylor 80, Texas Tech 74

Houston 92, Tulsa 81

Oklahoma St. 64, Colorado 63

Sam Houston St. 70, Texas-San Antonio 54

Texas 64, Oklahoma 54

UTEP 66, Tulane 64

FAR WEST

BYU 83, TCU 72

New Mexico St. 88, Idaho 49

Utah 81, UNLV 73

Wyoming 78, CS Bakersfield 53

WOMEN

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Ohio 6 2 .750 13 8 .619

BGSU 5 3 .625 16 6 .727

Miami 5 3 .625 13 9 .591

Buffalo 4 4 .500 11 10 .525

Kent St. 3 5 .375 6 14 .300

Akron 2 6 .250 7 15 .318

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

W. Michigan 6 2 .750 9 13 .409

E. Michigan 5 3 .625 11 9 .550

Ball St. 5 3 .625 9 12 .429

N. Illinois 4 4 .500 8 12 .381

Toledo 3 5 .375 10 9 .526

C. Michigan 0 8 .000 4 17 .190

SATURDAY

Toledo at Buffalo, 2 p.m.

N. Illinois at Bowling Green, 2 p.m.

E. Michigan at Ohio, Noon

Western Michigan at Miami, 2 p.m.

Akron at Ball St., 3 p.m.

Central Michigan at Kent St., 7 p.m.

Area

OWENS CC 73, CUYAHOGA CC 33

OWENS CC: Black 3-0-6, Smith 1-0-2, Allen 1-1-0-5, Liverpool 4-1-9, Lane 5-6-16, Schroeder 1-0-2, Bockey 2-2-0-10, Boose 0-1-0-3, Moore 4-0-8, Coates 3-2-8, Gerhardt 2-0-4. Totals: 26-4-9-73.

CUYAHOGA CC: Evans 0-1-1, Nicholson 7-0-14, Stringer 1-0-2, Pierce 3-0-6, Jacobs 5-0-10. Totals: 16-0-1-33.

Halftime: Owens, 36-15.

National

EAST

Albany, N.Y. 76, Boston U. 50

Bloomsburg 72, Mansfield 59

Bridgeport 65, Molloy 56

Brooklyn 75, Medgar Evers 60

Chatham 63, Grove City 56

Clarion 65, Slippery Rock 48

Curry 69, New England Coll. 68

DeSales 67, Kings, Pa. 57

Dowling 51, C.W. Post 39

East Stroudsburg 67, Kutztown 59

Edinboro 70, California, Pa. 65

Geneva 51, St. Vincent 47

Georgetown 61, St. John s 60

Kean 88, Rutgers-Camden 44

Keystone 86, Penn St.-Berks 75

Lehman 63, CCNY 46

Massachusetts 66, La Salle 63

Messiah 65, Albright 52

Millersville 73, West Chester 63

N.J. City 86, Ramapo 46

NYCCT 69, York, N.Y. 50

New Hampshire 64, Stony Brook 55

Pittsburgh 64, Seton Hall 44

Queens Coll. 79, New Haven 69

Rhode Island 57, Fordham 55

Rhode Island Coll. 84, Mitchell 59

Richmond 62, St. Bonaventure 48

Rutgers-Newark 60, Montclair St. 48

Saint Joseph s 65, Saint Louis 44

Salisbury 58, York, Pa. 55

Springfield 68, MIT 42

St. Joseph s, L.I. 55, Old Westbury 47

Temple 66, Charlotte 53

Washington & Jefferson 77, Westminster, Pa. 65

William Paterson 69, Drew 58

SOUTH

Anderson, S.C. 70, Limestone 56

Ark.-Little Rock 66, Middle Tennessee 53

Arkansas St. 70, South Alabama 58

Armstrong Atlantic 59, Ga. Southwestern 43

Bethany,W.Va. 78, Thiel 67

Christopher Newport 70, Shenandoah 66

Fla. International 75, Louisiana-Lafayette 60

Lenoir-Rhyne 74, Brevard 36

Liberty 63, Radford 50

Longwood 67, High Point 60

Louisiana-Monroe 66, Florida Atlantic 44

Md.-Eastern Shore 61, Delaware St. 55

Methodist 79, Greensboro 68

Newberry 84, Mars Hill 77

Wingate 90, Catawba 68

Winthrop 75, UNC Asheville 54

MIDWEST

Buena Vista 76, Wartburg 58

Calumet at Chicago St., ppd.

Capital 70, Marietta 50

Central 50, N.C. Central 28

Defiance 116, Taylor-Fort Wayne 62

Gustavus 58, St. Mary s, Minn. 55

Iowa St. 66, Texas Tech 58

John Carroll 61, Mount Union 51

Manchester 64, Bluffton 61

Mount St. Joseph 47, Rose-Hulman 42

Oklahoma 64, Missouri 57

Otterbein 77, Ohio Northern 65

Purdue-Calumet at Trinity Christian, ppd.

SW Baptist 82, Missouri Western 72

St. Thomas, Minn. 78, Bethel, Minn. 70

Taylor 82, Huntington 79

Transylvania 83, Franklin 63

Washburn 72, Missouri Southern 59

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

BOSTON RED SOX Agreed to terms with OF Bobby Kielty on a minor league contract. Named Chuck Smith pitching coach to Lancaster (Cal) and Tom Goodwin coach for Lowell (NYP).

CLEVELAND INDIANS Agreed to terms with RHP Brendan Donnelly on a minor league contract.

NEW YORK YANKEES Named Tino Martinez special instructor.

TAMPA BAY RAYS Agreed to terms with LHP Trever Miller on a one-year contract.

TEXAS RANGERS Named Nolan Ryan president.

National League

PITTSBURGH PIRATES Named Jerome Cochran, Trevor Haley and Chris Kline area scouts.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Agreed to terms with RHP Vinnie Chulk on a one-year contract.

American Association

GRAND PRAIRIE AIRHOGS Agreed to terms with OF Victor Burgos.

LINCOLN SALTDOGS Agreed to terms with INF Corey Harrington.

PENSACOLA PELICANS Sold the contract of C Joe Hulett to the Texas Rangers.

SIOUX FALLS CANARIES Agreed to terms with RHP Pat Mahomes.

Can-Am League

BROCKTON ROX Agreed to terms with INF Melvin Falu. Traded OF Jeremy Coronado to Chico (GBL) for a player to be named.

SUSSEX SKYHAWKS Agreed to terms with OF Jorge Moreno.

United Baseball League

SAN ANGELO COLTS Acquired OF Tyrone Pendergrass from Alexandria for OF Madison Edwards. Agreed to terms with OF J.J. Sherrill.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

MIAMI HEAT Waived G/F Luke Jackson.

PHOENIX SUNS Acquired C Shaquille O Neal from Miami for F Shawn Marion and G Marcus Banks.

Women s National Basketball Association

ATLANTA DREAM Acquired a 2008 second-round draft pick from Indiana for agreeing not to select specific unprotected players in the expansion draft.

DETROIT SHOCK Traded G Ivory Latta to Atlanta for F LaToya Thomas and a 2008 second-round draft pick.

SEATTLE STORM Traded G Iziane Castro Marques and a 2008 first-round draft pick (No. 8) to Atlanta for G Roneeka Hodges and a 2008 first-round draft pick (No. 4).

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS Named Alvin Reynolds defensive backs coach.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Named Gregg Williams defensive coordinator and assistant head coach.

OAKLAND RAIDERS Named James Lofton receivers coach.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS Signed QB Jared Zabransky.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Announced assistant head coach/defensive backs coach Jim Mora will become coach, beginning with the 2009 season and signed Mora to a four-year contract.

Canadian Football League

EDMONTON ESKIMOS Signed K-P Hayden Epstein.

Arena Football League

PHILADELPHIA SOUL Signed OL Steve Edwards.

SAN JOSE SABERCATS Signed OL Dwayne Morgan, OL Gene Frederic and FB-LB Rich McCleskey.

ALBANY CONQUEST Announced WR/DB Chris Bocage, FB/LB Beau Jadrosich and OL/DL Nate Delap have been assigned to the team.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

ATLANTA THRASHERS Assigned LW Colin Stuart to Chicago (AHL).

CALGARY FLAMES Signed D Dion Phaneuf to a six-year contract extension.

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS Signed LW Jason Chimera to a four-year contract extension through the 2011-12 season. Recalled G Steve Mason from Kitchener (OHL) and Joakim Lindstrom from Syracuse (AHL). Assigned D Duvie Westcott to Syracuse.

MINNESOTA WILD Assigned G Nolan Schaefer to Houston (AHL).

NEW YORK ISLANDERS Recalled C Jeremy Colliton from Bridgeport (AHL) on an emergency basis.

NEW YORK RANGERS Recalled F Greg Moore from Hartford (AHL). Assigned F Dany Byers to Hartford.

American Hockey League

SPRINGFIELD FALCONS Announced C Patrick Thoresen has been assigned to the team by Edmonton (NHL).

SPRINGFIELD FALCONS Assigned F David Rohlfs to Stocketon (ECHL).

SYRACUSE CRUNCH Announced LW Kirill Starkov has been reassigned from Youngstown (CHL).

ECHL

ELMIRA JACKALS Loaned RW Chaz Johnson to Rochester (AHL).

INDIANAPOLIS CHECKERS Announced the N.Y. Rangers have reassigned F Bruce Graham to Hartford (AHL).

PHOENIX ROADRUNNERS Announced the trade with Dayton for D Ryan Reid has been voided by the ECHL after Reid failed his physical. Acquired D Taylor Christie and D Tom Sawatske from Dayton to C Scott Kelman and D Corey LeClair.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

NEW YORK RED BULLS Re-signed MF/F Francis Doe.

COLLEGE

ARKANSAS Named Willy Robinson defensive coordinator.

COLUMBIA Named Peter Maki assistant baseball coach.

RUTGERS Promoted men s assistant lacrosse coach, Jim Rogalski, to men s associate head lacrosse coach.

SIENA Named Travis Boyd women s assistant tennis coach.

SOUTH CAROLINA Suspended DT Kenrick Ellis the first three games of next season for violating university policy.

UTAH STATE Named Ken White interim athletic director.

VERMONT Named Kwame Lloyd women s soccer coach.

SPORTS NOTE

YOUTH BASEBALL: The City of Toledo Division of Recreation office will be the host for a Continental Amateur Baseball Association open national championship qualifying tournament on May 23-through-26 for 10-and- under, 12-and-under, and 14-and-under baseball teams. Information: 419-936-3881

YOUTH SOCCER: The Springfield Soccer Association has started registering competitors for its recreation program open to children ages 3 and 4 through the eighth grade. Registrations are being accepted February 21 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m, February 23 from 10 a.m. until noon, and March 1 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Holland Branch Library where registration forms are available. Information: 419-350-0714 or Shari Hartman at 419-865-0901.

YOUTH BASEBALL: An 11-under baseball team is looking for scrimmages Willing to play anyone for experience. Will travel locally if needed. Two 11-year old pitchers for travel team sought. Information, Bill at 419-350-1457.

BOWLING

HONOR ROLL

300 Game

Ernie Hensley, Timbers 212-300-224-736

Nick Myers, Timbers 223-300-197-720

Men 750+

Ron Allen, Miracle 770

Rick Yantiss, Miracle 756

Joe Doran, Miracle 750

Adam McGreevy, Miracle 750

SPORTLIGHT

Feb. 7

1882 John L. Sullivan wins the world heavyweight bare-knuckle title by beating Paddy Ryan in a nine-round bout in Mississippi City, Miss.

1969 Diana Crump becomes the first female jockey to race at a U.S. pari-mutuel track. She rode her first mount to 10th place in a field of 12 in Hialeah, Fla.

1970 Pete Maravich scores 69 points, including 47 in the second half, to set a NCAA record, but LSU loses to Alabama 106-104.

1979 Darryl Sittler of the Toronto Maple Leafs sets an NHL record for points in a game with six goals and four assists in an 11-4 victory over the Boston Bruins.

1988 Michael Jordan follows his NBA slam-dunk title with a Most Valuable Player performance in the All-Star game, scoring 40 points as the East defeated the West 138-133.

1990 Lisa Leslie of Morningside High School in Inglewood, Calif., scored 101 points in the first half against South Torrance High School. The final score was 102-24 as the coach of South Torrance decided not to bring his team out for the second half.

1992 Mark Everett breaks the oldest world indoor track record, the 600-yard mark set by Martin McGrady in 1970, in the Millrose Games in New York. Everett finishes in 1 minute, 7.53 seconds and beats McGrady s time of 1:07.6, also set at the Garden.

1993 The AFC beats the NFC 23-20 in the first Pro Bowl to go into overtime.

1995 Joe Mullen becomes the first American-born player to reach 1,000 points in the NHL when he assists on two of the Pittsburgh Penguins first three goals in a 7-3 victory over Florida.

2000 With an astonishing comeback to win the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Tiger Woods wins his sixth straight PGA Tour victory. Seven strokes behind with seven holes to play, Woods holes a 97-yard wedge for eagle on the 15th, and birdies two of the last three holes to win. Woods becomes the first player since Ben Hogan in 1948 to win six straight.

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

Pro Bowl

Aloha Stadium-Honolulu, HI.

AFC 3 NFC

NBA

a-PHILADELPHIA No Line (XXX) Miami

HOUSTON 51/2 (185) Cleveland

GOLDEN STATE 91/2 (215) Chicago

a-Miami has possible trade implications.

College Basketball

George Mason 11 DREXEL

PITTSBURGH 3 West Virginia

Clemson 1 VIRGINIA

CLEVELAND STATE 41/2 Wright State

YOUNGSTOWN ST. 5 Detroit

MASS. 31/2 Rhode Island

Western Kentucky 4 NORTH TEXAS

MIDDLE TENN ST 4 Ark Little Rock

WISC GREEN BAY 2 Valparaiso

Boise State 12 LOUISIANA TECH

SOUTH ALABAMA 161/2 Arkansas State

Xavier 9 ST. LOUIS

Indiana 2 ILLINOIS

DENVER 31/2 Troy

CAL SNTA BARBARA 31/2 CS Fullerton

FRESNO STATE 2 Utah State

Southern Cal 1 WASHINGTON

UC DAVIS 5 Long Beach State

Cal Irvine 1 CAL POLY SLO

NEVADA 15 San Jose State

STANFORD 91/2 Oregon

PACIFIC 5 CS Northridge

Ucla 2 WASH. STATE

CALIFORNIA 161/2 Oregon State

NC GREENSBORO 9 Wofford

APPALACHIAN ST 81/2 Coll of Charleston

TENN CHATT. 19 Furman

LOYOLA MARYLAND 131/2 St. Peter s

MOREHEAD STATE 61/2 SE Missouri St

GEORGIA SOUTHERN 13 Western Carolina

Austin Peay 5 EASTERN ILLINOIS

NORTHERN ARIZONA 51/2 Portland State

TENNESSEE TECH 14 Jacksonville St

TENN. MARTIN 21/2 Tennessee State

IDAHO STATE 3 Northern Colorado

E. KENTUCKY 2 Murray State

Eastern Washington 21/2 SACRAMENTO ST

NHL

NY RANGERS Even-1/2 Anaheim

ATLANTA Even-1/2 Vancouver

MONTREAL 1/2 -1 Toronto

PITTSBURGH 1/2 -1 NY Islanders

OTTAWA 1-11/2 Florida

DETROIT 11/2 -2 Los Angeles

NASHVILLE 1/2 -1 Tampa Bay

MINNESOTA Even-1/2 Dallas

CALGARY 1-11/2 Chicago

PHOENIX Even-1/2 Columbus

Home Team in CAPS

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Top 25 Recruits

College football s signing period began Wednesday and most of the top players inked scholarships. Here s a list of the top 25 players in the country, according to Rivals.com, and where they re going to school:

1. Terrelle Pryor, qb, 6-foot-6, 235 pounds, Jeannette (Pa.) HS. Uncommitted.

2. DaQuan Bowers, de, 6-4, 267, Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS, Bamberg, S.C. Clemson

3. Mike Adams, ol, 6-7, 308, Coffman HS, Dublin, Ohio. Ohio State

4. Julio Jones, wr, 6-4, 215, Foley (Ala.) HS. Alabama.

5. Patrick Johnson, db, 6-1, 195, Ely HS, Pompano Beach, Fla. LSU

6. Darrell Scott, rb, 6-0,204, St. Bonaventure HS, Ventura, Calif. Colorado.

7. Marcus Forston, dt, 6-2, 286, Northwestern Miami (Fla.) HS. Miami

8. Baker Steinkuhler, ol, 6-6, 290, Lincoln (Neb.) Southwest HS. Nebraska.

9. A.J. Green, wr, 6-4, 184, Summerville (S.C.) HS. Georgia.

10. Will Hill, ath., 6-3, 203, St. Peter s Prep, Jersey City, N.J. Florida

11. Matt Kalil, ol, 6-7, 281, Servite HS, Anaheim, Calif. Southern California.

12. Michael Brewster, ol, 6-6, 305, Edgewater HS, Orlando, Fla. Ohio State.

13. R.J. Washington, de, 6-3, 245, Fossil Ridge HS, Keller, Texas. Oklahoma.

14. Blaine Gabbert, qb, 6-5, 226, Parkway West HS, Ballwin, Mo. Missouri.

15. Tyron Smith, ol, 6-5, 260, Rancho Verde HS, Moreno Valley, Calif. Southern California.

16. Nigel Bradham, lb, 6-2, 230, Wakulla HS, Medart, Fla. Florida State.

17. Omar Hunter, dt, 6-1, 295, Buford (Ga.) HS. Florida.

18. Matt Patchan, ol, 6-7, 265, Armwood HS, Seffner, Fla. Florida.

19. Jermie Calhoun, rb, 6-0, 210, Van (Texas) HS. Oklahoma.

20. Kyle Rudolph, te, 6-6, 229, Elder HS, Cincinnati. Notre Dame.

21. DeVier Posey, wr, 6-2, 190, La Salle HS, Cincinnati. Ohio State.

22. DeAndre Brown, wr, 6-6, 208, Ocean Springs (Miss.) HS. Southern Miss.

23. Arthur Brown, lb, 6-1, 210, Wichita (Kan.) East HS. Miami.

24. Richard Samuel, ath., 6-0, 197, Cass HS, Cartersville, Ga. Georgia.

25. Dayne Crist, qb, 6-5, 228, Notre Dame HS, Sherman Oaks, Calif. Notre Dame.

TENNIS

Open Gaz de France

Paris

Singles, first round

Nathalie Dechy d. Peng Shuai 6-4, 7-6 (8).

Virginie Razzano d. Alona Bondarenko (8) 6-2, 4-6, 7-5.

Alize Cornet d. Klara Zakopalova 4-6, 6-2, 6-1.

Second Round

Elena Dementieva (4) d. Petra Kvitova 7-6 (7), 6-2.

Agnes Szavay (7) d. Tathiana Garbin 6-3, 4-6, 6-2.

Pattaya Women s Open

Bangkok, Thailand

Singles, first round

Tzipi Obziler (9) d. Noppawan Lertcheewakarn 6-1, 6-2.

Vesna Manasieva d. Nudnida Luangnam 6-0, 6-1.

Chan Yung-jan (4) d. Zhou Yi-Miao 6-4, 6-2.

Casey Dellacqua (2) d. Akiko Yonemura 6-2, 6-3.

Andreja Klepac d. Urszula Radwanska 7-6 (1), 6-2.

Agnieszka Radwanska (1) d. Vania King 7-5, 7-6 (5).



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