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Published: Friday, 9/5/2008

College football, prep golf, soccer, NFL

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

EASTERN CONFERENCE

W L T Pts GF GA

Columbus 12 6 4 40 36 29

New England 11 6 5 38 31 29

Chicago 10 7 5 35 29 18

D.C. United 10 10 2 32 36 34

New York 8 6 8 32 28 28

Toronto FC 7 10 5 26 23 29

Kansas City 6 8 8 26 23 30

WESTERN CONFERENCE

W L T Pts GF GA

Houston 9 5 8 35 30 26

Real Salt Lake 8 8 6 30 27 27

Colorado 8 12 3 27 30 32

CD Chivas USA 7 9 6 27 28 31

FC Dallas 6 9 8 26 30 30

Los Angeles 6 9 7 25 42 45

San Jose 6 9 7 25 21 26

LAST NIGHT

Colorado 1, FC Dallas 0

pro football

NFL

LAST NIGHT

New York Giants 16, Washington 7

SUNDAY

Detroit at Atlanta, 1

Dallas at Cleveland, 4:15

Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1

Seattle at Buffalo, 1

N.Y. Jets at Miami, 1

Kansas City at New England, 1

Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 1

St. Louis at Philadelphia, 1

Houston at Pittsburgh, 1

Jacksonville at Tennessee, 1

Carolina at San Diego, 4:15

Arizona at San Francisco, 4:15

Chicago at Indianapolis, 8:15

MONDAY

Minnesota at Green Bay, 7

Denver at Oakland, 10:15

CFL

Eastern Division

W L T Pts PF PA

Montreal 6 3 0 12 298 217

Toronto 4 5 0 8 209 273

Hamilton 2 7 0 4 232 273

Winnipeg 2 7 0 4 179 259

Western Division

W L T Pts PF PA

Sask. 7 1 0 14 238 196

Edmonton 6 3 0 12 277 231

Calgary 5 4 0 10 256 232

British Col. 4 5 0 8 257 265

TONIGHT

Calgary at Edmonton

SATURDAY

British Columbia at Hamilton

TENNIS

U.S. Open

Singles, Men

Quarterfinals

Roger Federer (2) d. Gilles Muller 7-6 (5), 6-4, 7-6 (5); Novak Djokovic (3), Serbia, d. Andy Roddick (8) 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (5).

Doubles

Women

Semifinals

Lisa Raymond and Samantha Stosur (10) d. Katarina Srebotnik and Ai Sugiyama (4) 7-5, 6-1.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

LAST NIGHT

MIDWEST

St. Francis, Ill. 21, Valparaiso 0

FAR WEST

Nicholls St. at New Mexico St., ccd., hurricane

SOUTH

Delaware St. 35, Florida A&M 28

Vanderbilt 24, South Carolina 17

MIDWEST

Washburn 35, Missouri St. 27

TONIGHT

MIDWEST

Navy at Ball St., 7

TOMORROW

EAST

Georgia Tech at Boston College, Noon

Connecticut at Temple, Noon

New Hampshire at Army, 1

S. Connecticut at Bryant, 1

Iona at Delaware Valley, 1

Massachusetts at Holy Cross, 1

Drake at Lehigh, 1

Maine at Monmouth, N.J., 1

Morehead St. at Robert Morris, 1

Elon at Stony Brook, 3

Oregon St. at Penn St., 3:30

Akron at Syracuse, 3:30

Duquesne at Bucknell, 6

Rhode Island at Fordham, 6

Lafayette at Marist, 6

Buffalo at Pittsburgh, 6

Morgan St. at Towson, 6

SOUTH

Southern Miss. at Auburn, 12:30

Georgetown, D.C. at Howard, 1

Wofford at Charleston Southern, 1:30

Fayetteville St. at Presbyterian, 1:30

St. Francis, Pa. at VMI, 1:30

Furman at Virginia Tech, 1:30

Jacksonville at Appalachian St., 3:30

The Citadel at Clemson, 3:30

Cent. Michigan at Georgia, 3:30

Tennessee Tech at Louisville, 3:30

Mississippi at Wake Forest, 3:30

Richmond at Virginia, 3:45

Alabama St. at Bethune-Cookman, 4

UAB at Florida Atlantic, 4

West Virginia at East Carolina, 4:30

Cumberland, Tenn. at Chattanooga, 6

W. Kentucky at E. Kentucky, 6

W. Carolina at Florida St., 6

Tusculum at Gardner-Webb, 6

Austin Peay at Georgia Southern, 6

N.C. Central at James Madison, 6

Norfolk St. at Kentucky, 6

Winston-Salem at N. Carolina A&T, 6

Davidson at NC Pembroke, 6

William & Mary at N.C. State, 6

Benedict at S. Carolina St., 6

Tulane at Alabama, 7

Colgate at Coastal Carolina, 7

Northwestern at Duke, 7

Alcorn St. at Grambling St., 7

Stillman at Jackson St., 7

Alabama A&M at Jacksonville St., 7

Glenville St. at Liberty, 7

Arkansas at Louisiana-Monroe, 7

Maryland at Middle Tennessee, 7

SE Louisiana at Mississippi St., 7

Livingstone at Savannah St., 7

Southern U. at Tennessee St., 7

South Florida at UCF, 7

Miami at Florida, 8

Troy at LSU, 8

Delta St. at McNeese St., 8

Rice at Memphis, 8

MIDWEST

E. Illinois at Illinois, Noon

Fla. International at Iowa, Noon

Miami (Ohio) at Michigan, Noon

E. Michigan at Michigan St., Noon

Ohio at Ohio St., Noon

N. Colorado at Purdue, Noon

Marshall at Wisconsin, Noon

San Jose St. at Nebraska, 12:30

Butler at Albion, 1

St. Cloud St. at North Dakota, 2

San Diego St. at Notre Dame, 3:30

South Dakota at N. Iowa, 5:05

Murray St. at Indiana, 7

Kent St. at Iowa St., 7

Louisiana Tech at Kansas, 7

SE Missouri at Missouri, 7

Cent. Connecticut St. at N. Dakota St., 7

Youngstown St. at S. Dakota St., 7

Hampton at S. Illinois, 7

N. Illinois at W. Michigan, 7

Montana St. at Kansas St., 7:05

Quincy at W. Illinois, 7:05

Minnesota at Bowling Green, 7:30

SOUTHWEST

Cincinnati at Oklahoma, 3:30

Texas College at Prairie View, 5

Texas Southern at Arkansas St., 7

Northwestern St. at Baylor, 7

UC Davis at Cent. Arkansas, 7

Tulsa at North Texas, 7

Stephen F.Austin at TCU, 7

Houston at Oklahoma St., 7:05

Texas St. at SMU, 8

Texas at UTEP, 10:15

FAR WEST

BYU at Washington, 3

E. Washington at Colorado, 3:30

Sacramento St. at Colorado St., 3:30

Utah St. at Oregon, 3:30

Air Force at Wyoming, 3:30

Idaho St. at Idaho, 5

Texas A&M at New Mexico, 5

N.M Highlands at N. Arizona, 6:05

California at Washington St., 6:30

UNLV at Utah, 8

Azusa Pacific at San Diego, 9

Montana at Cal Poly, 9:05

Texas Tech at Nevada, 9:05

Toledo at Arizona, 10

Stanford at Arizona St., 10

Weber St. at Hawaii, 12:05 a.m.

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

Cincinnati 11/2 BALTIMORE

NY Jets 3 MIAMI

NEW ENGLAND 16 Kansas City

PITTSBURGH 61/2 Houston

Jacksonville 3 TENNESSEE

Detroit 3 ATLANTA

BUFFALO 1 Seattle

NEW ORLEANS 31/2 Tampa Bay

PHILADELPHIA 71/2 St. Louis

Dallas 51/2 CLEVELAND

SAN DIEGO 9 Carolina

Arizona 21/2 SAN FRANCISCO

INDIANAPOLIS 91/2 Chicago

(Monday)

GREEN BAY 21/2 Minnesota

Denver 3 OAKLAND

College Football

BALL STATE 7 Navy

(Saturday)

MICHIGAN STATE 21 Eastern Mich.

SYRACUSE 5 Akron

MICHIGAN 141/2 Miami-Ohio

Northwestern 61/2 DUKE

BOSTON COLLEGE 7 Georgia Tech

West Virginia 8 EAST CAROLINA

BOWLING GREEN 51/2 Minnesota

AUBURN 171/2 Southern Miss

ALABAMA 30 Tulane

NEBRASKA 27 San Jose State

OREGON 351/2 Utah State

OKLAHOMA 211/2 Cincinnati

OHIO STATE 34 Ohio

WISCONSIN 21 Marshall

FLORIDA 211/2 Miami-Florida

Texas Tech 101/2 NEVADA

GEORGIA 24 Central Michigan

PENN STATE 161/2 Oregon State

WYOMING 3 Air Force

Byu 9 WASHINGTON

NOTRE DAME 22 San Diego State

Texas A&M 3 New Mexico

PITTSBURGH 131/2 Buffalo

OKLA. STATE 16 Houston

IOWA STATE 7 Kent State

WAKE FOREST 8 Mississippi

California 131/2 WASH. STATE

WESTERN MICH. 6 Northern Illinois

South Florida 14 CENTRAL FLORIDA

Connecticut 7 TEMPLE

KANSAS 201/2 Louisiana Tech

MEMPHIS 31/2 Rice

UTAH 22 Nevada Las Vegas

ARIZONA 23 Toledo

ARIZONA STATE 14 Stanford

Texas 27 TEXAS EL PASO

IOWA 27 Fla International

ARKANSAS 12 Louisiana-Monroe

Tulsa 211/2 NORTH TEXAS

Maryland 131/2 Middle Tenn State

Baseball

National League

NY METS 6-7 Philadelphia

Chicago Cubs 61/2 -71/2 CINCINNATI

ATLANTA 61/2 -71/2 Washington

MILWAUKEE 17-19 San Diego

ST. LOUIS Even-6 Florida

COLORADO 7-8 Houston

SAN FRANCISCO Even-6 Pittsburgh

LA DODGERS 51/2 -61/2 Arizona

American League

BALTIMORE Even-6 Oakland

TORONTO 81/2 -91/2 Tampa Bay

Boston 6-7 TEXAS

MINNESOTA 61/2 -71/2 Detroit

Cleveland 61/2 -71/2 KANSAS CITY

CHI WHITE SOX 7-8 LA Angels

NY Yankees 7-8 SEATTLE

Home Team in CAPS

BOWLING HONOR ROLL

Men 750+

Jason Poindexter, Southwyck 763

HOLE-IN-ONE

DORIS INCLEDON at Hidden Hills, No. 14, 145 yrads, 2-wedge.

RUTH LESINSKI at Ottawa Park, No. 5, 82 yards, 7-iron.

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

Major League Baseball

MLB Suspended Steve Smith, Philadelphia third-base coach, for two games for an argument with umpires during a game on Aug. 29.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NFL QB Daunte Culpepper announced his retirement.

CLEVELAND BROWNS Placed LB Antwan Peek on injured reserve. Signed LB Shantee Orr.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Placed T Richard Collier on the reserve/non-football injury list. Signed OT Charles Spencer.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Signed DT Remi Ayodele and FB Olaniyi Sobomehin to the practice squad.

NEW YORK GIANTS Signed WR Plaxico Burress to a two-year contract extension.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

ATLANTA THRASHERS Signed D Zach Bogosian to an entry-level contract.

OTTAWA SENATORS Signed F Brad Isbister to a one-year contract.

ST. LOUIS BLUES Signed D Alex Pietrangelo.

ECHL

ELMIRA JACKALS Agreed to terms with F Brett Pilkington, D Mike Gaulthier, G Rob McVicar and G Kevin Desfosses.

READING ROYALS Agreed to terms with D Mike Salekin and D Dave Pszenyczny.

COLLEGE

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL Named Dwight Evans men s assistant basketball coach.

MINNESOTA Signed Joel Maturi, athletic director, to a two-year contract extension through 2012.

NOTRE DAME Signed Bobby Bayliss, men s tennis coach, to a multiyear contract extension.

SETON HALL Announced men s basketball F Herb Pope has transferred to the school.

SPORTLIGHT

Sept. 5

1949 Pancho Gonzales captures his second consecutive men s singles title in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association championships after losing the first two sets against Ted Schroeder. Mary Osborne du Pont defeats Doris Hart 6-4, 6-1 for the women s title.

1950 Arthur Larsen wins the men s title in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association championships and Mary Osborne du Pont wins the women s title for the third straight year.

1993 Noureddine Morceli of Algeria breaks the world record in the mile by almost 2 seconds with a time of 3 minutes, 44.39 seconds in the Rieti Invitational. Britain s Steve Cram set the previous mark of 3:46.32 in 1985 at Oslo, Norway.

1998 Mark McGwire becomes the third player in baseball history to reach 60 home runs, as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-0. He joins Babe Ruth and Roger Maris with 60 homers in a single season.

2001 Alexei Yashin, who sat out an entire season in a contract dispute two years earlier, agrees to the longest deal in NHL history. The New York Islanders and the 27-year-old Russian agree to terms on a 10-year contract worth $87.5 million.

2002 There are no medals for the United States at the basketball World Championships. In yet another stunning outcome, Yugoslavia comes back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter and defeats the U.S. team 81-78. After going 58-0 using NBA players in international competitions, the Americans lose two straight.

2003 Mike Maroth becomes the first major league pitcher in 23 years to lose 20 games in a season when Detroit loses to Toronto 8-6. Maroth (6-20) allows eight runs and nine hits in three-plus innings. Oakland s Brian Kingman went 8-20 in 1980.

2007 Alicia Sacramone s floor routine rallies the United States to the world women s gymnastics title in Stuttgart, Germany. The Americans finish with 184.4 points, beating defending champion China by 0.95 points for their second world title, and the first won on foreign soil.

WNBA

Eastern Conference

W L Pct GB

x-Connecticut 19 10 .655

x-Detroit 17 12 .586 2

New York 16 12 .571 21/2

Indiana 14 15 .483 5

Chicago 11 18 .379 8

Washington 10 19 .345 9

Atlanta 3 27 .100 161/2

Western Conference

W L Pct GB

Seattle 20 10 .667

San Antonio 19 10 .655 1/2

Los Angeles 18 12 .600 2

Sacramento 16 13 .552 31/2

Houston 14 15 .483 51/2

Minnesota 14 15 .483 51/2

Phoenix 13 16 .448 61/2

x-clinched playoff spot

LAST NIGHT

Seattle 70, Chicago 62

WEDNESDAY

Phoenix 103, Minnesota 96

TONIGHT

Chicago at Connecticut, 7

Atlanta at New York, 7:30

Indiana at Detroit, 7:30

Los Angeles at San Antonio, 8

Sacramento at Phoenix, 10

BASEBALL

IL Playoffs

First Round

(Best-of-5)

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre vs. Pawtucket

Last night: Pawtucket 3, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 1, series tied 1-1

Tonight: Pawtucket at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre

Durham vs. Louisville

Last night: Louisville 19, Durham 3, series tied 1-1

Tonight: Louisville at Durham

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Ohio games at 7:30 p.m., unless notedMichigan at 7 p.m.

City League

Tonight

Maumee at Bowsher, 7

Anthony Wayne at Central Catholic, 7

Clay at Springfield

Libbey at Bay

Northview at Rogers, 7

St. Francis at Dayton Carroll

St. John s at Strongville

Scott vs. Sandusky at Start, 7

Start at Southview

Waite at Perrysburg

Fostoria at Whitmer, 7

Woodward vs. Toledo Christian at Waite, 7

Northern Lakes League

Tonight

Lake at Rossford

Napoleon at Bowling Green

Suburban Lakes League

Tonight

Eastwood at Oak Harbor

Elmwood at North Baltimore

Port Clinton at Genoa

Hopewell-Loudon at Gibsonburg

Carey at Lakota

Tinora at Otsego

Tiffin Calvert at Woodmore

TAAC

Tonight

Cardinal Stitch at Edgerton

Fostoria St. Wendelin at Danbury

Hicksville at Edon

Holgate at Hilltop

Antwerp at Ottawa Hills

Tomorrow

Northwood at Sandusky St. Mary

NWOAL

Tonight

Archbold at Fairview

Bryan at Delta

Evergreen at Liberty Center

Montpelier at Patrick Henry

Swanton at Wauseon

Midland Athletic Conf.

Tonight

Fremont St. Joseph at Ayersville

Mohawk at Upper Sandusky

Seneca East at Monroeville

Sandusky Bay Conf.

Tonight

Clyde at Bellevue

Wellington at Edison

Margaretta at Wynford

Norwalk at Sandusky Perkins

Tomorrow

Huron at Norwalk St. Paul

Blanchard Valley Conf.

Tonight

Hardin Northern at Arcadia

Arlington at Cory-Rawson

Van Buren at Leipsic

Vanlue at Liberty-Benton

McComb at Pandora-Gilboa

Green Meadows Conf.

Tonight

Wayne Trace at Crestview

Other NW Ohio

Tonight

Fremont Ross at Tiffin Columbian

Willard at Lexington

Kenton at Ottawa-Glandorf

Defiance at Wapakoneta

Ada at Columbus Grove

Upper Arlington at Findlay

Tri-County Conf.

Tonight

Webberville at Adrian Madison

Summit Academy at Britton-Deerfield

Clinton at Ida

Hudson at Morenci

Sand Creek at Leslie

Blissfield at Whiteford

Whitmore Lake at Morrice

Tomorrow

Summerfield at Allen Park Cabrini

Lenawee CountyAthletic Assoc.

Tonight

Dundee at Stockbridge

Parma-Western at Erie Mason

Onsted at Columbia

Other SE Michigan

Tonight

Adrian at Ann Arbor Pioneer

Saline at Bedford

Southgate Anderson at Monroe

Grosse Ile at Monroe Jefferson

Monroe St. Mary Catholic at Riverview

Ann Arbor Huron at Tecumseh

OHIO SCORES

LAST NIGHT

Cin. Turpin 28, Cin. Indian Hill 21

Cin. Woodward 48, Lockland 6

Wadsworth 43, Medina 27



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