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Published: Tuesday, 11/24/2009

College basketball, college football, NHL

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

AP Top Twenty Five

Record Pts Pvs

1. Kansas (56) 3-0 1,613 1

2. Michigan St. (7) 4-0 1,538 2

3. Texas (1) 2-0 1,439 3

4. Villanova 5-0 1,397 5

5. Kentucky 4-0 1,333 4

6. Purdue 3-0 1,314 7

7. Duke 4-0 1,163 9

8. West Virginia 1-0 1,133 8

9. Tennessee 4-0 1,040 10

10. Syracuse (1) 4-0 1,013 –

11. North Carolina 4-1 914 6

12. Butler 3-0 872 11

13. Connecticut 3-0 850 12

14. Washington 4-0 844 14

15. Michigan 2-0 672 15

16. Louisville 3-0 486 20

17. Ohio St. 3-1 466 15

18. Georgetown 3-0 418 19

19. Clemson 3-0 408 22

20. Illinois 3-0 366 23

21. Maryland 3-0 296 25

22. Minnesota 3-0 292 24

23. Notre Dame 4-0 117 –

24. Vanderbilt 2-0 108 –

25. Oklahoma 2-1 107 17

Others receiving votes: Gonzaga 90, Florida St. 84, Georgia Tech 76, California 72, Mississippi 67, Xavier 67, Oklahoma St. 59, Memphis 56, Florida 52, Kansas St. 49, Wake Forest 49, Dayton 48, BYU 42, Tulsa 31, Miami 24, Texas A&M 10, Missouri 8, Mississippi St. 7, Old Dominion 7, Pittsburgh 6, UNLV 5, South Carolina 4, Temple 4, Baylor 3, Arizona St. 1, Cal St.-Fullerton 1, Harvard 1, New Mexico 1, Siena 1, Va. Commonwealth 1.

USA Today/ESPN Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Kansas (28) 3-0 772 1

2. Michigan State (2) 4-0 734 2

3. Texas 2-0 698 3

4. Villanova 5-0 655 6

5. Kentucky 4-0 642 5

6. Purdue 3-0 588 7

7. Duke (1) 4-0 587 8

8. West Virginia 1-0 532 9

9. Syracuse 4-0 481 24

10. Butler 3-0 475 10

11. Tennessee 4-0 464 11

12. North Carolina 4-1 447 4

13. Connecticut 3-0 405 13

14. Washington 4-0 383 14

15. Michigan 2-0 339 16

16. Minnesota 3-0 233 18

16. Louisville 3-0 233 22

18. Ohio State 3-1 219 15

19. Clemson 3-0 205 23

19. Georgetown 3-0 205 20

21. Illinois 3-0 131 25

22. Maryland 3-0 99 –

23. California 2-2 71 12

24. Vanderbilt 2-0 67 –

25. Georgia Tech 3-1 56 19

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 53, Wake Forest 40, Gonzaga 26, Oklahoma State 24, Brigham Young 23, Florida State 20, Dayton 18, Notre Dame 18, UNLV 18, Miami 16, LSU 15, Pittsburgh 12, Tulsa 12, Xavier 12, Memphis 11, Mississippi 10, Kansas State 8, Texas A&M 8, Florida 3, Missouri 3, Saint Mary’s 2, New Mexico 1, Siena 1.

Last night

EAST

Army 56, Harvard 53

Baldwin-Wallace 88, Geneva 76

Charlotte 88, Yale 74

Duquesne 70, Binghamton 52

Fairfield 72, American U. 56

Hofstra 70, Elon 46

Lehigh 86, Monmouth, N.J. 74

SOUTH

Clemson 102, Winthrop 66

James Madison 79, N.C. Central 66

Louisville 80, Appalachian St. 53

Murray St. 84, Fla. International 71

North Carolina 93, Gardner-Webb 72

Oakland, Mich. 77, Tennessee Tech 56

Va. Commonwealth 63, Hampton 52

Virginia Tech 71, Campbell 60

W. Kentucky 68, CS Northridge 67

MIDWEST

Coastal Carolina 77, Indiana St. 62

Illinois St. 69, Ill.-Chicago 65

Loyola of Chicago 60, W. Michigan 58

Ohio 71, Lamar 46

Wis.-Milwaukee 96, Texas St. 77

SOUTHWEST

SMU 69, Huston-Tillotson 65

TOURNAMENT

EA Sports Maui Invitational

First Round

Cincinnati 67, Vanderbilt 58

Gonzaga 76, Colorado 72

O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic

First Round

Pittsburgh 68, Wichita St. 55

USVI Paradise Jam

Third Place

DePaul 58, Saint Joseph’s 51

Fifth Place

N. Iowa 81, Boston College 69

Seventh Place

East Carolina 82, S. Dakota St. 73

Women

AP Top Twenty Five

Record Pts Pvs

1. Connecticut (40) 3-0 1,000 1

2. Stanford 4-0 957 2

3. Ohio St. 5-0 892 3

4. North Carolina 3-0 871 4

5. Notre Dame 3-0 833 5

6. Tennessee 3-0 820 6

7. LSU 4-0 731 7

8. Baylor 2-1 679 8

9. Xavier 2-0 659 9

10. Duke 2-1 561 11

11. Texas A&M 3-0 554 15

12. Florida St. 4-0 515 13

13. Texas 2-1 473 10

14. Georgia 3-0 441 16

15. DePaul 4-0 390 17

15. Virginia 3-1 390 12

17. Arizona St. 2-1 335 14

18. Kansas 3-0 321 19

19. Mississippi St. 4-0 277 25

20. Oklahoma 2-1 270 20

21. Vanderbilt 3-0 247 22

22. California 2-1 229 17

23. San Diego St. 3-0 112 –

24. Pittsburgh 2-0 106 –

25. Michigan St. 2-2 95 21

Last night

SOUTH

Duke 57, Charlotte 44

George Mason 57, Jacksonville 49

N.C. State 62, Old Dominion 52

Wake Forest 62, Coppin St. 40

MIDWEST

Creighton 63, Kansas St. 54

Loyola of Chicago 85, SIU-Edwardsville 66

Xavier 92, MVSU 52

FAR WEST

Arizona 65, Mississippi 59

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Temple 7 0 262 130 9 2 346 225

Ohio 6 1 187 143 8 3 285 240

BGSU 5 2 215 183 6 5 290 290

Kent St. 4 3 171 161 5 6 225 260

Buffalo 2 5 173 182 4 7 280 279

Akron 1 6 120 227 2 9 203 324

Miami 1 7 168 267 1 11 187 410

West

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

C. Mich. 7 0 273 106 9 2 366 183

N. Illinois 5 2 218 129 7 4 338 209

W. Mich. 4 3 213 197 5 6 277 310

Toledo 3 4 208 253 5 6 334 412

Ball St. 1 6 135 200 1 10 208 321

E. Mich. 0 7 94 269 0 11 176 431

TONIGHT

Ball St. at W. Michigan, 7

Friday

Toledo at Bowling Green, 2

Temple at Ohio, 11 a.m.

N. Illinois at Cent. Michigan, 1

E. Michigan at Akron, 2

Buffalo at Kent St., 2

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L PF PA W L PF PA

Ohio St. 7 1 222 101 10 2 351 146

Iowa 6 2 174 129 10 2 277 186

Penn St. 6 2 214 119 10 2 356 142

Wisconsin 5 3 236 194 8 3 342 259

N’western 5 3 178 199 8 4 302 280

Mich. St. 4 4 205 224 6 6 355 301

Purdue 4 4 204 228 5 7 334 349

Minnesota 3 5 179 214 6 6 259 295

Illinois 2 6 148 206 3 7 202 260

Michigan 1 7 177 266 5 7 354 330

Indiana 1 7 195 254 4 8 282 354

FRIDAY

Illinois at Cincinnati, Noon

All-Big Ten

Coaches balloting

First team

Offense

QB – Daryll Clark, Penn State

RB – Evan Royster, Penn State; John Clay, Wisconsin

WR – Blair White, Michigan State; Eric Decker, Minnesota.

C –Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State

G – Dace Richardson, Iowa; John Moffitt, Wisconsin

T – Bryan Bulaga, Iowa; Dennis Landolt, Penn State

TE – Tony Moeaki, Iowa

PK – Brett Swenson, Michigan State

Defense

L – Adrian Clayborn, Iowa; Brandon Graham, Michigan; Jared Odrick, Penn State; O’Brien Schofield, Wisconsin.

LB – Pat Angerer, Iowa; Greg Jones, Michigan State; Navorro Bowman, Penn State

DB – Tyler Sash, Iowa; Amari Spievey, Iowa; Brad Phillips, Northwestern; Kurt Coleman, Ohio State

P – Zoltan Mesko, Michigan Punter Jeremy Boone, Penn State

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: John Clay, Wisconsin.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jared Odrick, Penn State

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR: Jared Odrick, Penn State

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Chris Borland, Wisconsin

Media balloting

First team

Offense

QB – Daryll Clark, Penn State

RB – Evan Royster, Penn State; John Clay, Wisconsin

WR – Tandon Doss, Indiana; Keith Smith, Purdue

C – Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State

G – Justin Boren, Ohio State; John Moffitt, Wisconsin

T – Bryan Bulaga, Iowa; Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin

TE – Garrett Graham, Wisconsin

PK – Brett Swenson, Michigan State

Defense

L –Adrian Clayborn, Iowa; Brandon Graham, Michigan; Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue; O’Brien Schofield, Wisconsin

LB – Pat Angerer, Iowa; Greg Jones, Michigan State; Navorro Bowman, Penn State

DB – Tyler Sash, Iowa; Donovan Warren, Michigan; Sherrick McManis, Northwestern; Kurt Coleman, Ohio State

P-Zoltan Mesko, Michigan.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: John Clay, Wisconsin

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Greg Jones, Michigan State

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Chris Borland, Wisconsin

DAVE McCLAIN COACH OF THE YEAR: Kirk Ferentz, Iowa

TENNIS

Barclays ATP

World Tour Finals

London

Round Robin

Singles

Group B

Robin Soderling (8) d. Rafael Nadal (2) 6-4, 6-4.

Novak Djokovic (3), Serbia, d. Nikolay Davydenko (6) 3-6, 6-4, 7-5.

Standings: Soderling 1-0 (2-0), Djokovic 1-0 (2-1), Davydenko 0-1 (1-2), Nadal 0-1 (0-2).

ATP leaders

Through Nov. 15

Money

1, Roger Federer, $6,408,110. 2, Rafael Nadal, $5,346,515. 3, Novak Djokovic, $4,491,471. 4, Juan Martin del Potro, $3,693,087. 5, Andy Murray, $3,661,057. 6, Andy Roddick, $2,302,719. 7, Nikolay Davydenko, $2,149,160. 8, Robin Soderling, $1,773,785. 9, Fernando Verdasco, $1,596,630. 10, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, $1,573,552.

Rankings

1, Roger Federer, Switzerland, 10150. 2, Rafael Nadal, Spain, 9205. 3, Novak Djokovic, Serbia, 7910. 4, Andy Murray, Britain, 6630. 5, Juan Martin del Potro, Argentina, 5985. 6, Andy Roddick, United States, 4410. 7, Nikolay Davydenko, Russia, 3630. 8, Fernando Verdasco, Spain, 3300. 9, Robin Soderling, Sweden, 3010. 10, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, France, 2875.

NHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Pittsburgh 16 8 0 32 74 68

New Jersey 14 6 1 29 58 48

Philadelphia 12 7 1 25 69 54

N.Y. Rangers 12 10 1 25 72 65

N.Y. Islanders 9 8 7 25 67 74

Northeast Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Ottawa 12 6 3 27 66 62

Buffalo 12 6 2 26 54 50

Boston 11 8 4 26 57 58

Montreal 11 11 1 23 57 66

Toronto 4 11 7 15 57 82

Southeast Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Washington 13 5 6 32 85 73

Tampa Bay 9 5 7 25 56 63

Atlanta 10 7 3 23 71 61

Florida 10 9 3 23 62 71

Carolina 5 12 5 15 53 81

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Chicago 15 5 2 32 70 49

Nashville 13 8 1 27 53 57

Columbus 12 7 3 27 69 79

Detroit 11 7 4 26 68 64

St. Louis 8 9 4 20 50 54

Northwest Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Colorado 13 7 3 29 69 67

Calgary 13 6 2 28 67 59

Vancouver 12 11 0 24 67 60

Edmonton 9 11 3 21 68 75

Minnesota 8 12 2 18 54 68

Pacific Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

San Jose 16 5 4 36 85 62

Los Angeles 13 9 2 28 73 75

Phoenix 13 9 1 27 59 55

Dallas 10 6 6 26 68 65

Anaheim 7 11 3 17 60 73

Note: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss.

LAST NIGHT

Nashville 3, Detroit 1

N.Y. Islanders 4, Toronto 3, OT

N.Y. Rangers 7, Columbus 4

Ottawa 4, Washington 3, OT

Pittsburgh 3, Florida 2, OT

Boston 4, St. Louis 2

Carolina at Dallas, late

Philadelphia at Colorado, late

Phoenix at Edmonton, late

Calgary at Anaheim, late

SUNDAY

Tampa Bay 4, Atlanta 3, OT

Chicago 1, Vancouver 0

TONIGHT

Columbus at Montreal, 7:30

Detroit 0 1 0 – 1

Nashville 1 1 1 – 3

First Period–1, Nashville, Arnott 7 (Sullivan, Weber), 10:24 (pp).

Penalties–Bertuzzi, Det (interference), 9:45; Franson, Nas (interference), 16:37; Holmstrom, Det (hooking), 19:41.

Second Period–2, Nashville, Erat 3 (Ward, Legwand), 1:41 (pp). 3, Detroit, Miller 1 (Cleary, Ericsson), 6:38.

Penalties–Holmstrom, Det (closing hand on puck), 7:12; Erat, Nas (delay of game), 10:05; Bertuzzi, Det (hooking), 13:51.

Third Period–4, Nashville, Erat 4 (Tootoo, Hamhuis), 17:40.

Penalties–None.

Shots on Goal–Detroit 9-6-16–31. Nashville 11-10-4–25.

Power-play opportunities–Detroit 0 of 2; Nashville 2 of 4.

Goalies–Detroit, Osgood 6-4-3 (25 shots-22 saves). Nashville, Rinne 10-4-0 (31-30).

A–14,410 (17,113). T–2:21.

NBA

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Boston 10 4 .714 –

Toronto 6 8 .429 4

Philadelphia 5 8 .385 41/2

New York 3 10 .231 61/2

New Jersey 0 13 .000 91/2

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Atlanta 11 3 .786 –

Orlando 11 3 .786 –

Miami 8 5 .615 21/2

Charlotte 4 9 .308 61/2

Washington 3 9 .250 7

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Cleveland 10 4 .714 –

Milwaukee 8 4 .667 1

Chicago 6 6 .500 3

Indiana 5 6 .455 31/2

Detroit 5 9 .357 5

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Dallas 10 3 .769 –

Houston 8 6 .571 21/2

San Antonio 6 6 .500 31/2

New Orleans 6 9 .400 5

Memphis 5 9 .357 51/2

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Denver 9 4 .692 –

Portland 10 5 .667 –

Utah 7 6 .538 2

Oklahoma City 7 7 .500 21/2

Minnesota 1 12 .077 8

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

Phoenix 11 3 .786 –

L.A. Lakers 10 3 .769 1/2

Sacramento 5 8 .385 51/2

L.A. Clippers 5 9 .357 6

Golden State 4 8 .333 6

LAST NIGHT

Memphis 116, Sacramento 105

San Antonio 112, Milwaukee 98

Chicago at Portland, late

Minnesota at L.A. Clippers, late

SUNDAY

Orlando 104, Toronto 96

Boston 107, New York 105, OT

Charlotte 104, Indiana 88

Miami 102, New Orleans 101

Phoenix 117, Detroit 91

L.A. Lakers 101, Oklahoma City 85

TONIGHT

Indiana at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Philadelphia at Washington, 7 p.m.

Golden State at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

New Jersey at Denver, 9 p.m.

Oklahoma City at Utah, 9 p.m.

New York at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.

LATEST LINE

Latest Line was not made available to The Blade for today’s edition.

NFL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

New England 7 3 0 .700 290 164

Miami 5 5 0 .500 242 244

N.Y. Jets 4 6 0 .400 213 189

Buffalo 3 7 0 .300 155 228

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Indianapolis 10 0 0 1.000 269 157

Jacksonville 6 4 0 .600 199 235

Houston 5 5 0 .500 232 208

Tennessee 4 6 0 .400 209 272

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Cincinnati 7 3 0 .700 215 167

Pittsburgh 6 4 0 .600 231 184

Baltimore 5 5 0 .500 237 171

Cleveland 1 9 0 .100 115 263

West

W L T Pct PF PA

San Diego 7 3 0 .700 269 205

Denver 6 4 0 .600 170 183

Kansas City 3 7 0 .300 169 239

Oakland 3 7 0 .300 108 234

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

East

W L T Pct PF PA

Dallas 7 3 0 .700 231 175

Philadelphia 6 4 0 .600 266 204

N.Y. Giants 6 4 0 .600 266 235

Washington 3 7 0 .300 146 178

South

W L T Pct PF PA

New Orleans 10 0 0 1.000 369 204

Atlanta 5 5 0 .500 252 228

Carolina 4 6 0 .400 193 239

Tampa Bay 1 9 0 .100 164 294

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Minnesota 9 1 0 .900 306 193

Green Bay 6 4 0 .600 262 203

Chicago 4 6 0 .400 206 225

Detroit 2 8 0 .200 181 301

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Arizona 7 3 0 .700 250 197

San Francisco 4 6 0 .400 208 210

Seattle 3 7 0 .300 196 233

St. Louis 1 9 0 .100 113 270

LAST NIGHT

Tennessee 20, Houston 17

SUNDAY

Detroit 38, Cleveland 37

N.Y. Giants 34, Atlanta 31, OT

Dallas 7, Washington 6

Green Bay 30, San Francisco 24

Indianapolis 17, Baltimore 15

Kansas City 27, Pittsburgh 24, OT

New Orleans 38, Tampa Bay 7

Jacksonville 18, Buffalo 15

Minnesota 35, Seattle 9

Arizona 21, St. Louis 13

New England 31, N.Y. Jets 14

San Diego 32, Denver 3

Oakland 20, Cincinnati 17

Philadelphia 24, Chicago 20

THURSDAY

Green Bay at Detroit, 12:30

Oakland at Dallas, 4:15

N.Y. Giants at Denver, 8:20

SUNDAY, NOV. 29

Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1

Miami at Buffalo, 1

Carolina at N.Y. Jets, 1

Seattle at St. Louis, 1

Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1

Indianapolis at Houston, 1

Washington at Philadelphia, 1

Kansas City at San Diego, 4:05

Jacksonville at San Francisco, 4:05

Arizona at Tennessee, 4:15

Chicago at Minnesota, 4:15

Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 8:20

MONDAY, NOV. 30

New England at New Orleans, 8:30

SUNDAY

Philadelphia 10 0 7 7 – 24

Chicago 0 9 11 0 – 20

Phi–FG Akers 25, 10:54.

Phi–Avant 13 pass from McNabb (Akers kick), 2:48.

Chi–FG Gould 45, 14:45.

Chi–FG Gould 28, 9:59.

Chi–FG Gould 28, :13.

Chi–FG Gould 49, 10:26.

Phi–D.Jackson 48 pass from McNabb (Akers kick), 5:53.

Chi–K.Davis 15 pass from Cutler (Forte pass from Cutler), 2:52.

Phi–McCoy 10 run (Akers kick), 5:31.

A–62,421.

TEAM STATS

Phi Chi

First downs 18 14

Total Net Yards 377 284

Rushes-yards 30-157 20-126

Passing 220 158

Punt Returns 2-56 3-16

Kickoff Returns 5-126 5-154

Interceptions Ret. 1-0 1-0

Comp-Att-Int 24-33-1 24-43-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-24 1-13

Punts 5-33.8 6-45.3

Fumbles-Lost 3-2 0-0

Penalties-Yards 8-46 7-64

Time of Possession 30:57 29:03

INDIVIDUAL STATS

RUSHING–Philadelphia, McCoy 20-99, Vick 1-34, D.Jackson 1-10, Weaver 3-9, McNabb 4-5, Buckley 1-0. Chicago, Bell 4-81, Forte 14-34, Cutler 2-11.

PASSING–Philadelphia, McNabb 23-32-1-244, Vick 1-1-0-0. Chicago, Cutler 24-43-1-171.

RECEIVING–Philadelphia, D.Jackson 8-107, Maclin 6-64, Celek 4-35, Avant 4-26, Weaver 2-12. Chicago, Olsen 6-42, Bennett 5-57, Forte 4-20, Hester 4-18, K.Davis 2-17, Knox 2-16, McKie 1-1.

MISSED FIELD GOALS–Chicago, Gould 48 (BK).

LOCAL HOCKEY

TOLEDO CHEROKEE JR. A 9, METRO JETS 4: T--Cook 3, Tickner 2, Johnston, Williams, Zielke, Joy.

TOLEDO CHEROKEE JR. A 7, CHICAGO 2: T--Tickner 2, Wurst, Aukskalnis, Matyok, Michaels, Kmiecik.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

MAC Championship

SUNDAY

Ohio d. Western Michigan, 25-19, 25-18, 16-25, 25-19

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

MLS CUP

Sunday: Los Angeles 1, Real Salt Lake 1, Real Salt Lake wins on penalty kicks, 5-4

GOLF

LPGA Championship

Richmond, Texas, par 72

Anna Nordqvist, $225,000 70-68-65–203

Lorena Ochoa, $136,902 66-72-67–205

Na Yeon Choi, $88,071 70-72-64–206

Kristy McPherson, $88,071 69-67-70–206

Hee Young Park, $51,593 70-72-67–209

Song-Hee Kim, $51,593 73-68-68–209

Sophie Gustafson, $51,593 70-71-68–209

Ai Miyazato, $32,230 73-68-69–210

Suzann Pettersen, $32,230 72-68-70–210

Yani Tseng, $32,230 69-71-70–210

Jiyai Shin, $32,230 70-67-73–210

Sun Young Yoo, $23,910 74-69-68–211

Jee Young Lee, $23,910 74-68-69–211

Cristie Kerr, $23,910 72-69-70–211

Heather Bowie Young, $23,910 69-69-73–211

Amy Yang, $19,113 76-68-68–212

Maria Hjorth, $19,113 73-69-70–212

Wendy Ward, $19,113 72-70-70–212

Karin Sjodin, $19,113 70-72-70–212

Meaghan Francella, $15,753 71-75-67–213

Il Mi Chung, $15,753 76-68-69–213

Katherine Hull, $15,753 71-72-70–213

Katie Futcher, $15,753 73-69-71–213

Chella Choi, $15,753 71-69-73–213

Taylor Leon, $15,753 68-72-73–213

Becky Morgan, $12,517 74-72-68–214

Paige Mackenzie, $12,517 73-71-70–214

Karine Icher, $12,517 71-73-70–214

Meena Lee, $12,517 72-70-72–214

Haeji Kang, $12,517 69-72-73–214

Mikaela Parmlid, $12,517 73-66-75–214

Brittany Lang, $9,252 73-74-68–215

Jimin Kang, $9,252 70-76-69–215

Janice Moodie, $9,252 75-69-71–215

Angela Stanford, $9,252 73-71-71–215

Hee-Won Han, $9,252 72-72-71–215

Allison Fouch, $9,252 70-74-71–215

Stacy Lewis, $9,252 70-71-74–215

Se Ri Pak, $9,252 72-68-75–215

Karen Stupples, $9,252 71-69-75–215

Marcy Hart, $6,421 76-71-69–216

Eunjung Yi, $6,421 77-69-70–216

Giulia Sergas, $6,421 72-74-70–216

Meredith Duncan, $6,421 72-72-72–216

Morgan Pressel, $6,421 72-71-73–216

Meg Mallon, $6,421 70-73-73–216

Sarah Jane Smith, $6,421 73-69-74–216

Reilley Rankin, $6,421 67-75-74–216

Helen Alfredsson, $6,421 72-67-77–216

Catriona Matthew, $4,947 77-69-71–217

Pornanong Phatlum, $4,947 75-71-71–217

Wendy Doolan, $4,947 74-72-71–217

Laura Davies, $4,947 76-69-72–217

Karrie Webb, $4,947 75-70-72–217

Kris Tamulis, $4,197 76-71-71–218

Paula Creamer, $4,197 76-70-72–218

Jeehae Lee, $4,197 74-72-72–218

Ji Young Oh, $4,197 70-75-73–218

Pat Hurst, $4,197 69-75-74–218

Joo Mi Kim, $3,485 76-71-72–219

Brandi Jackson, $3,485 72-75-72–219

Ashli Bunch, $3,485 72-75-72–219

Julieta Granada, $3,485 75-71-73–219

Leah Wigger, $3,485 74-72-73–219

Mindy Kim, $3,485 72-74-73–219

Juli Inkster, $3,485 70-74-75–219

Rachel Hetherington, $3,485 73-70-76–219

PREP FOOTBALL

State Pairings

Division I Semifinals – 7:00 p.m. Saturday

Region 1 vs. Region 2

5 Cleveland Glenville (12-1) vs. 3 Massillon Washington (10-3), Summa Field at InfoCision Stadium (University of Akron)

Region 3 vs. Region 4

2 Hilliard Davidson (11-1) vs. 4 Cincinnati Elder (10-2), Dayton Welcome Stadium

Division II Semifinals – 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 5 vs. Region 6

1 Mentor Lake Catholic (12-1) vs. 6 Maple Heights (11-2), Bedford Bearcat Stadium

Region 7 vs. Region 8

8 Columbus Marion-Franklin (11-2) vs. 2 Cincinnati Winton Woods (11-2), Centerville Stadium

Division III Semifinals - 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 9 vs. Region 11

1 Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (13-0) vs. 1 Steubenville (12-1), Canton Fawcett Stadium

Region 10 vs. Region 12

1 Columbus St. Francis DeSales (10-3) vs. 2 Cincinnati Wyoming (13-0), Dayton Welcome Stadium

Division IV Semifinals – 7:00 p.m. Saturday

Region 13 vs. Region 14

1 Chagrin Falls (13-0) vs. 5 Ottawa-Glandorf (11-2), Fremont Ross Harmon Stadium

Region 15 vs. Region 16

5 Coshocton (11-2) vs. 2 Kettering Archbishop Alter (13-0), Columbus Hamilton Township Hamilton Field

Division V Semifinals - 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 17 vs. Region 19

3 Youngstown Ursuline (9-3) vs. 6 West Lafayette Ridgewood (13-0), Canton Central Catholic Lowell Klinefelter Field

Region 18 vs. Region 20

Patrick Henry (13-0) vs. 2 Coldwater (12-1), Findlay Donnell Stadium

Division VI Semifinals – 7:00 p.m. Saturday

Region 21 vs. Region 23

2 Norwalk St. Paul (13-0) vs. 6 Grove City Christian (12-1), Ashland Community Stadium

Region 22 vs. Region 24

1 Delphos St. John’s (13-0) vs. 5 Maria Stein Marion Local (8-5), Wapakoneta Harmon Field

BASEBALL

AL MVP Voting

Player 1st2nd3rdTotal

Joe Mauer, Minnesota 271-387

Mark Teixeira, New York -156225

Derek Jeter, New York -95193

Miguel Cabrera, Detroit 115171

K. Morales, Los Angeles --3170

Kevin Youkilis, Boston -27150

Jason Bay, Boston --178

Ben Zobrist, Tampa Bay ---34

Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle ---33

Alex Rodriguez, New York --131

C. Figgins, Los Angeles ---31

Aaron Hill, Toronto ---23

Bobby Abreu, Los Angeles ---23

Mariano Rivera, New York ---17

Adam Lind, Toronto ---14

Michael Young, Texas ---13

Zach Greinke, Kansas City ---12

Robinson Cano, New York ---12

Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay ---9

Justin Verlander, Detroit ---7

CC Sabathia, New York ---4

M. Cuddyer, Minnesota ---4

Victor Martinez, Cle.-Bos. ---4

Jason Kubel, Minnesota ---3

Placido Polanco, Detroit ---2

Felix Hernandez, Seattle ---1

Ian Kinsler, Texas ---1

ECHL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Elmira 9 4 2 1 21 68 53

Reading 9 5 1 1 20 54 57

Trenton 7 7 1 2 17 45 59

Johnstown 4 8 3 0 11 49 60

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Kalamazoo 11 2 1 0 23 62 40

Toledo 7 5 1 2 17 52 59

Cincinnati 7 7 0 1 15 50 46

Wheeling 5 8 1 1 12 48 60

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

S. Carolina 9 6 1 3 22 56 70

Charlotte 9 3 1 1 20 59 47

Gwinnett 8 3 1 1 18 52 49

Florida 8 7 1 1 18 56 51

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Bakersfield 12 6 0 0 24 62 54

Ontario 8 8 1 1 18 56 50

Stockton 5 8 1 2 13 41 53

Las Vegas 6 10 1 0 13 43 66

West Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Idaho 13 3 0 1 27 57 41

Utah 11 4 0 0 22 63 40

Alaska 8 7 2 0 18 54 58

Victoria 4 11 1 0 9 36 50

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

LAST NIGHT

No games scheduled

TONIGHT

South Carolina at Gwinnett, 7:05

SUNDAY

Toledo 4, Cincinnati 3

Trenton 4, Kalamazoo 3

Johnstown 7, South Carolina 1

Utah 3, Las Vegas 2, OT

Bakersfield 4, Alaska 2

TOMORROW

Florida at Wheeling, 7:05

Reading at Johnstown, 7:05

Kalamazoo at Cincinnati, 7:30

Alaska at Utah, 9:05

Idaho at Stockton, 10

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

BOSTON RED SOX–Named DeMarlo Hale bench coach, Tim Bogar third base coach, Ron Johnson first base coach and Rob Leary major league coaching staff assistant.

CHICAGO WHITE SOX–Agreed to terms with SS Omar Vizquel on a one-year contract.

SEATTLE MARINERS–Named John Stearns, Todd Greene and Bill Masse major league scouts.

National League

CHICAGO CUBS–Named Wally Hayward executive vice president, chief sales and marketing officer.

HOUSTON ASTROS–Named Britt Burns pitching coordinator, Jaime Garcia assistant pitching coordinator, Mike Barnett hitting coordinator, Danny Sheaffer catching coordinator, Jim Pankovits infield coordinator, Mike Smith strength/conditioning coordinator, Pete Fagan medical coordinator and Ed Romero manager of Greeneville (Appalachian).

MILWAUKEE BREWERS–Agreed to terms with LHP Chris Capuano on a minor league contract.

Frontier League

FLORENCE FREEDOM–Signed OF Parris Austin.

RIVER CITY RASCALS–Signed OF Chad Maddox and INF Bryan Resnick to contract extensions. Signed RHP Joel Key.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS–Signed CB Mike McKenzie.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS–Reassigned LW Bryan Bickell to Rockford (AHL).

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS–Placed F Derek Dorsett on injured reserve, retroactive to Nov. 19.

MINNESOTA WILD–Traded LW Benoit Pouliot to Montreal for LW Guillaume Latendresse.

MONTREAL CANADIENS–Recalled F Sergei Kostitsyn from Hamilton (AHL).

PHOENIX COYOTES–Fired San Antonio (AHL) coach Greg Ireland. Named Ray Edwards interim coach.

SAN JOSE SHARKS–Reassigned F Benn Ferriero, F Ryan Vesce and F Logan Couture to Worcester (AHL).

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING–Reassigned D Mike Lundin to Norfolk (AHL).

American Hockey League

ADIRONDACK PHANTOMS–Announced C Jared Ross and LW Andreas have been recalled by Philadelphia (NHL).

HAMILTON BULLDOGS–Signed F Grant Stevenson for the remainder of the season. Signed F Mathieu Curadeau.

COLLEGE

NORTHEASTERN–Announced it is dropping its football program.

WESTERN KENTUCKY–Named Willie Taggart football coach.

BOWLING

Men (750 or better)

Nikki Sancrant, Interstate 698

Women (650 or better)

Joanna Kosier, Sports Center 719

Patty Pruss, Sports Center 705

Tracy Autman, Sports Center 675

Stephanie Snyder, Sports Center 675

Kathy Askins, Eastern 671

SPORTLIGHT

Nov. 24

1904–Fullback Sam McAllester is thrown for a touchdown to give Tennessee a 7-0 victory over Alabama. McAllester, wearing a wide leather belt with handles sewn on the side, is repeatedly thrown by two teammates over the line of scrimmage, including the only touchdown of the game.

1949–Led by quarterback Joe Paterno, Brown overcomes a 26-7 third-quarter deficit by scoring 34 points in the final 17 minutes to beat Colgate 41-26.

1957–Cleveland Browns rookie Jim Brown rushes for 232 yards and scores four touchdowns in a 45-31 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.

1960–Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors sets an NBA record with 55 rebounds in a 132-129 loss to the Boston Celtics.

1977–Miami's Bob Griese throws for six touchdowns in a 55-14 Thanksgiving Day victory over the Detroit Lions.

1985–Ron Brown of the Los Angeles Rams returns two kickoffs for touchdowns in a 34-17 victory over the Green Bay Packers.

1990–BYU's Ty Detmer passes for 560 yards and five touchdowns to set an NCAA record for yards passing in a season in a 45-10 rout of Utah State. Detmer's 4,869 yards breaks the record of 4,699 set a year earlier by Houston's Andre Ware.

1996–Karrie Webb, capping a sensational rookie year, wins the season-ending LPGA Tour Championship to become the first player in tour history to earn more than $1 million in a season.

2000–Detroit coach Scotty Bowman coaches his 2,000th regular-season NHL game, a 3-2 Red Wings victory over Vancouver. Bowman's 1,157 regular-season victories exceeds the total of games coached by all but two individuals–Al Arbour (1,607) and Dick Irvin (1,449)–and those of 23 of the league's 30 franchises.



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