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Published: 1/26/2010

College basketball, NHL, prep basketball

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

AP Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Kentucky (65) 19-0 1,625 2

2. Kansas 18-1 1,519 3

3. Villanova 18-1 1,503 4

4. Syracuse 19-1 1,455 5

5. Michigan St. 17-3 1,324 6

6. Texas 17-2 1,307 1

7. Georgetown 15-3 1,124 12

8. Duke 16-3 1,120 7

9. West Virginia 15-3 1,113 11

10. Purdue 16-3 977 13

11. Kansas St. 16-3 960 10

12. BYU 20-1 894 14

13. Gonzaga 16-3 847 15

14. Tennessee 15-3 837 8

15. Temple 17-3 707 16

16. Wisconsin 16-4 635 18

17. Pittsburgh 15-4 599 9

18. Mississippi 15-4 411 22

19. Connecticut 13-6 286 –

20. Ohio St. 14-6 270 21

21. Vanderbilt 15-3 264 –

22. Georgia Tech 14-5 194 19

23. New Mexico 18-3 180 –

24. Baylor 15-3 157 25

25. UAB 17-2 125 –

Others receiving votes: Florida St. 111, N. Iowa 106, Clemson 103, Wake Forest 98, Butler 69, Mississippi St. 42, Texas A&M 29, Oklahoma St. 25, Missouri 24, Maryland 22, Cornell 16, Old Dominion 11, Xavier 11, UNLV 6, Northwestern 5, Siena 3, Virginia 3, California 2, Louisiana Tech 2, Saint Mary’s, Calif. 2, Coastal Carolina 1, Harvard 1.

USA Today/ESPN Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Kentucky (31) 19-0 775 2

2. Kansas 18-1 739 3

3. Villanova 18-1 714 4

4. Syracuse 19-1 680 5

5. Michigan State 17-3 627 7

6. Texas 17-2 613 1

7. Duke 16-3 555 6

8. Gonzaga 16-3 533 10

9. West Virginia 15-3 506 12

10. Brigham Young 20-1 485 13

11. Georgetown 15-3 483 14

12. Purdue 16-3 420 15

13. Kansas State 16-3 409 9

14. Tennessee 15-3 385 8

15. Temple 17-3 339 17

16. Wisconsin 16-4 282 19

17. Pittsburgh 15-4 267 11

18. Butler 16-4 213 20

19. Connecticut 13-6 199 21

20. Mississippi 15-4 151 24

21. Clemson 15-5 112 16

22. Georgia Tech 14-5 105 18

23. Vanderbilt 15-3 71 NR

24. Ohio State 14-6 62 25

25. Northern Iowa 17-2 60 22

Others receiving votes: Florida State 50; Cornell 38; New Mexico 38; Baylor 37; Wake Forest 23; UAB 18; Missouri 16; Oklahoma State 16; Saint Mary’s 11; Mississippi State 9; Maryland 6; UNLV 6; Siena 4; Texas A&M 4; Louisiana Tech 3; Old Dominion 3; Xavier 3; California 2; Notre Dame 2; North Carolina 1.

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Akron 3 2 .600 13 6 .684

Kent St. 3 2 .600 12 7 .632

Buffalo 3 2 .600 10 6 .625

Miami 3 2 .600 6 12 .333

BGSU 2 3 .400 9 8 .529

Ohio 1 4 .200 10 9 .526

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

C. Michigan 4 1 .800 9 8 .529

N. Illinois 4 1 .800 8 9 .471

W. Michigan 3 2 .600 11 7 .611

E. Michigan 2 3 .400 10 8 .556

Ball St. 2 3 .400 8 9 .471

Toledo 0 5 .000 3 16 .158

SATURDAY

W. Michigan 73, Toledo 41

Miami 64, BGSU 52

Kent St. 87, Akron 70

Ohio 99, Buffalo 77

E. Michigan 57, Ball St. 53

C. Michigan 81, N. Illinois 75

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Michigan St. 7 0 1.000 17 3 .850

Wisconsin 6 2 .750 16 4 .800

Purdue 4 3 .571 16 3 .842

Ohio St. 4 3 .571 14 6 .700

Illinois 4 3 .571 12 8 .600

Northwestern 3 4 .429 14 5 .737

Minnesota 3 4 .429 12 7 .632

Michigan 3 4 .429 10 9 .526

Indiana 3 4 .429 9 10 .474

Iowa 2 5 .286 8 12 .400

Penn St. 0 7 .000 8 11 .421

SATURDAY

West Virginia 71, Ohio St. 65

Michigan St. 65, Minnesota 64

Purdue 69, Michigan 59

Northwestern 73, Illinois 68

SUNDAY

Wisconsin 79, Penn St. 71, OT

Iowa 58, Indiana 43

National

EAST

DeSales 67, Muhlenberg 59

Immaculata 80, Neumann 79

Saint Joseph’s 85, Penn 64

St. Augustine’s 99, Lincoln, Pa. 71

Stevens Tech 75, Staten Island 58

Syracuse 73, Georgetown 56

Wilkes 71, Lebanon Valley 65

SOUTH

Belmont Abbey 81, Lees-McRae 67

Delaware St. 63, Coppin St. 59

Furman 63, Samford 58

Hampton 66, Florida A&M 53

Howard 67, Bethune-Cookman 64

Jacksonville 72, Savannah St. 68

James Madison 67, Radford 63

Morgan St. 91, Md.-Eastern Shore 54

S. Carolina St. 97, Norfolk St. 82

Tenn.-Martin 68, SIU-Edwardsville 52

W. Carolina 100, Coll. of Charleston 90

Wofford 78, Chattanooga 63

MIDWEST

Kansas 84, Missouri 65

S. Illinois 68, W. Kentucky 63

OWENS 86, CONCORDIA JV 57

CONCORDIA: Abrams 4-1-0-11, Gray 1-4-0-14, Hand 1-1-3, Koerner 1-0-2, Buursma 2-0-4, Hunter 0-2-2, Parrish 1-0-2, Hernandez 5-1-0-13, Renner 1-4-6. Totals: 16-6-7-57.

OWENS: Heard1-3-5, Edwards 1-3-3-14, Lee 4-0-8, Dunn 6-4-9-33, Kralovic 0-3-0-9, Hardison 1-1-3, Sanderfer 0-2-2, Jablonski 5-0-10, Gaines 0-2-2. Totals: 18-10-20-86.

Halftime: Owens, 41-25.

Women

AP Top 25

Record Pts Pvs

1. Connecticut (40) 19-0 1,000 1

2. Stanford 17-1 960 2

3. Notre Dame 17-1 890 4

4. Ohio St. 20-1 854 5

5. Tennessee 17-2 832 3

6. Nebraska 17-0 826 7

7. Duke 17-3 754 6

8. Texas A&M 15-2 694 9

9. Georgia 18-2 691 8

10. Xavier 14-3 600 11

11. Oklahoma 14-4 569 13

12. North Carolina 15-3 527 14

13. Florida St. 18-3 515 15

14. Baylor 14-4 480 10

15. Oklahoma St. 16-3 458 12

16. West Virginia 18-2 441 16

17. Georgetown 17-2 369 19

18. LSU 14-4 348 18

19. Texas 13-6 184 20

20. TCU 14-4 181 23

21. Virginia 14-5 169 25

22. Iowa St. 15-3 94 –

23. Penn St. 15-4 84 –

24. Wis.-Green Bay 16-2 81 17

25. Georgia Tech 16-5 77 22

Others receiving votes: Michigan St. 59, Gonzaga 53, Kentucky 53, Vanderbilt 34, St. John’s 32, Mississippi 30, Southern Cal 13, Vermont 12, Hartford 11, Dayton 6, Temple 6, Duquesne 3, Marist 3, Wisconsin 3, Syracuse 2, Miami 1, SMU 1.

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

BGSU 6 0 1.000 16 4 .800

Kent St. 4 2 .667 11 7 .611

Akron 3 2 .600 9 9 .500

Miami 2 4 .333 4 15 .211

Ohio 1 5 .167 5 14 .263

Buffalo 1 5 .167 5 14 .263

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Toledo 5 1 .833 15 4 .789

E. Michigan 4 2 .667 14 4 .778

C. Michigan 4 2 .667 7 11 .389

Ball St. 3 3 .500 8 10 .444

N. Illinois 2 4 .333 8 10 .444

W. Michigan 0 6 .000 5 14 .263

SATURDAY

Bowling Green 83, E. Michigan 71

Toledo 70, Miami 63

Akron 58, W. Michigan 44

N. Illinois 93, Buffalo 88, OT

Cent. Michigan 59, Ohio 56

Kent St. 72, Ball St. 63

National

EAST

Neumann 71, Immaculata 51

Pitt.-Johnstown 65, W. Va. Wesleyan 63

Rosemont 77, Baptist Bible 65, OT

Ursinus 61, Elizabethtown 42

SOUTH

Alcorn St. 59, Alabama A&M 45

Bethune-Cookman 48, Howard 47

Charleston Southern 67, Radford 61

Chattanooga 78, Wofford 72

Coll. of Charleston 64, Elon 57

Coppin St. 58, Delaware St. 37

Davidson 75, W. Carolina 65

Elizabeth City St. 71, Fayetteville St. 68

Gardner-Webb 80, Presbyterian 39

Georgia Southern 63, UNC-Greensboro 55

Hampton 67, Florida A&M 54

High Point 77, UNC Asheville 63

Liberty 57, Coastal Carolina 38

Morgan St. 65, Md.-Eastern Shore 51

N. Carolina A&T 79, Winston-Salem 53

North Carolina 81, N.C. State 69

North Greenville 71, Brevard 64

S. Carolina St. 74, Norfolk St. 73

Samford 60, Furman 49

Southern U. 55, Alabama St. 39

Xavier, NO 60, Loyola, NO 55

MIDWEST

Oakland, Mich. 54, N. Dakota St. 52

Purdue 63, Ohio St. 61

S. Dakota St. 83, IPFW 62

SIU-Edwardsville 49, Tenn.-Martin 46

UMKC 54, W. Illinois 46

SOUTHWEST

Prairie View 83, MVSU 62

Texas Southern 90, Ark.-Pine Bluff 82, OT

OWENS 94, GLEN OAKS 54

GLEN OAKS: Jones 9-1-6-27; Williams 1-2 2-10; Allen 3-2-8; Coakley 2-1-5; Currier 2-0-4. Totals: 17-3-11-54.

OWENS: Beard 5-5-15; Clark 6-1-0-15; Corrothers 7-1-15; Moschetti 2-6-10; Johnson 2-1-2-9; Darling 4-0-8; Blanton 1-1-2-7; Bidlack 3-0-6; Floyd 1-1-3; Windau 1-0-2; Meyer 1-0-2; Hooker 1-0-2. Totals 34-3-17-94.

Halftime: Owens, 55-34.

NHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

New Jersey 34 15 1 69 138 110

Pittsburgh 33 20 1 67 172 152

Philadelphia 26 22 3 55 155 144

N.Y. Rangers 24 22 7 55 137 145

N.Y. Islanders 23 21 8 54 139 157

Northeast Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Buffalo 30 13 7 67 143 122

Ottawa 28 21 4 60 147 154

Montreal 25 23 5 55 140 144

Boston 23 20 8 54 127 131

Toronto 17 26 10 44 139 182

Southeast Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Washington 33 12 6 72 195 143

Florida 22 21 9 53 144 153

Atlanta 22 21 8 52 156 166

Tampa Bay 21 20 10 52 132 157

Carolina 16 28 7 39 132 172

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Chicago 35 13 4 74 170 120

Nashville 29 19 3 61 143 142

Detroit 25 18 8 58 131 133

St. Louis 22 21 8 52 135 146

Columbus 20 25 9 49 142 180

Northwest Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

Colorado 30 15 6 66 153 136

Vancouver 31 18 2 64 167 125

Calgary 26 19 6 58 132 132

Minnesota 25 23 4 54 145 156

Edmonton 16 28 6 38 133 172

Pacific Division

W L OT Pts GF GA

San Jose 35 10 8 78 179 128

Phoenix 29 18 5 63 139 135

Los Angeles 29 19 3 61 151 143

Anaheim 24 21 7 55 148 164

Dallas 22 19 11 55 148 168

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

LAST NIGHT

Pittsburgh 4, N.Y. Rangers 2

St. Louis at Calgary, late

Buffalo at Vancouver, late

SUNDAY

Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia 1

Carolina 5, Boston 1

Colorado 4, Dallas 0

TONIGHT

Los Angeles at Toronto, 7

Washington at N.Y. Islanders, 7

Anaheim at Atlanta, 7

Nashville at Columbus, 7

Phoenix at Detroit, 7

New Jersey at Ottawa, 7:30

Montreal at Florida, 7:30

Chicago at Edmonton, 9:30

ECHL

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

East Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Reading 22 16 1 3 48 141 154

Elmira 20 17 2 2 44 157 129

Trenton 14 19 4 5 37 117 151

Johnstown 11 22 5 3 30 125 173

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Kalamazoo 23 13 4 1 51 154 135

Cincinnati 25 16 0 1 51 136 119

Toledo 23 16 1 3 50 161 166

Wheeling 22 18 2 1 47 144 147

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

S. Carolina 30 10 2 4 66 166 144

Florida 22 15 2 4 50 138 125

Charlotte 22 13 3 2 49 151 138

Gwinnett 18 17 3 2 41 144 153

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Bakersfield 25 11 2 1 53 130 116

Stockton 17 17 2 4 40 117 130

Las Vegas 17 20 3 1 38 116 145

Ontario 15 20 3 3 36 109 126

West Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Idaho 27 11 0 2 56 135 110

Victoria 24 15 4 0 52 148 133

Alaska 19 19 2 1 41 138 139

Utah 18 17 2 2 40 137 131

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

LAST NIGHT

Johnstown 5, Cincinnati 1

Ontario at Utah, late

SUNDAY

Kalamazoo 6, Toledo 3

Wheeling 3, South Carolina 2

Bakersfield 5, Stockton 2

Idaho 8, Las Vegas 5

TONIGHT

Wheeling at South Carolina, 7:05

TOMORROW

Gwinnett at Reading, 7:05

Trenton at Florida, 7:30

Charlotte at Cincinnati, 7:30

Alaska at Bakersfield, 10

Victoria at Stockton, 10

TENNIS

Australian Open

Melbourne, Australia

Singles

Men

Fourth Round

Nikolay Davydenko (6) d. Fernando Verdasco (9) 6-2, 7-5, 4-6, 6-7 (5), 6-3.

Novak Djokovic (3) d. Lukasz Kubot 6-1, 6-2, 7-5.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (10) d. Nicolas Almagro (26) 6-3, 6-4, 4-6, 6-7 (6), 9-7.

Roger Federer (1) d. Lleyton Hewitt (22) 6-2, 6-3, 6-4.

Women

Fourth Round

Venus Williams (6) d. Francesca Schiavone (17) 3-6, 6-2, 6-1.

Li Na (16) d. Caroline Wozniacki (4) 6-4, 6-3.

Serena Williams (1) d. Sam Stosur (13) 6-4, 6-2.

Victoria Azarenka (7) d. Vera Zvonareva (9) 4-6, 6-4, 6-0.

Quarterfinals

Justine Henin d. Nadia Petrova (19) 7-6 (3), 7-5.

Zheng Jie d. Maria Kirilenko 6-1, 6-3.

Doubles

Men

Third Round

Michael Kohlmann and Jarkko Nieminen d. Simone Bolelli and Andreas Seppi 4-6, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (6).

Fernando Gonzalez and Ivan Ljubicic d. Simon Aspelin and Paul Hanley (11) 6-4, 6-3.

Women

Third Round

Lisa Raymond and Rennae Stubbs (6) d. Chan Yung-jan and Monica Niculescu 7-5, 6-3.

LATEST LINE

NFL

(Sunday)

Super Bowl XLIV

Land Shark Stadium-Miami, FL.

Indianapolis 51/2 New Orleans

NBA

LA Lakers 8 (199) WASHINGTON

NEW YORK 61/2 (207) Minnesota

DALLAS 71/2 (197) Milwaukee

PHOENIX 51/2 (210) Charlotte

a-SACRAMENTO Off (OFF) Golden State

a-Golden State has numerous injuries.

College Basketball

Michigan St 3 MICHIGAN

MARYLAND 71/2 Miami-Florida

Kent St 13 TOLEDO

Miami-Ohio 21/2 BALL ST

Clemson 3 BOSTON COLLEGE

DAYTON 5 Rhode Island

BAYLOR 21/2 Kansas St

ALA-BIRMINGHAM 3 Tulsa

West Virginia 15 DEPAUL

MARQUETTE 17 Rutgers

North Carolina 1 N. CAROLINA ST

Kentucky 7 S. CAROLINA

MINNESOTA 10 Northwestern

UNLV 181/2 Air Force

Home Team in CAPS

GOLF

Bob Hope Classic

La Quinta, Calif.

Played on four courses all par 72

p-PGA West-Palmer Course: 6,950 yards

n-PGA West-Nicklaus Course; 6,890 yards

q-La Quinta Country Club; 7,060 yards

s-Silver Rock: 7,403 yards

Bill Haas (500), $900,000 68q-66s-66p-66n-64p–330

Matt Kuchar (208), $373,333 67q-69s-67p-65n-63p–331

Tim Clark (208), $373,333 70n-63p-67q-66s-65p–331

Bubba Watson (208), $373,333 66q-62s-68p-69n-66p–331

Alex Prugh (110), $200,000 64n-66p-65q-70s-67p–332

Mike Weir (100), $180,000 67p-67n-67s-67q-66p–334

D.J. Trahan (90), $167,500 69p-68n-65s-68q-66p–336

Kevin Na (83), $150,000 69p-66n-67s-69q-66p–337

Matt Jones (83), $150,000 69n-67p-69q-66s-66p–337

Chad Collins (65), $115,000 67p-64n-69s-70q-68p–338

Vaughn Taylor (65), $115,000 66n-67p-73q-65s-67p–338

Brandt Snedeker (65), $115,000 70p-69n-65s-66q-68p–338

Ryan Moore (65), $115,000 69q-67s-66p-67n-69p–338

Kevin Streelman (65), $115,000 70s-71q-63n-64p-70p–338

Brian Gay (55), $85,000 71p-65n-70s-68q-65p–339

Kevin Sutherland (55), $85,000 69n-71p-68q-65s-66p–339

Steve Elkington (55), $85,000 69p-65n-68s-68q-69p–339

Derek Lamely (50), $58,750 68p-69n-66s-71q-66p–340

Graham DeLaet (50), $58,750 71q-69s-67p-66n-67p–340

George McNeill (50), $58,750 65q-72s-65p-70n-68p–340

Kevin Stadler (50), $58,750 67s-69q-69n-67p-68p–340

Jason Dufner (50), $58,750 72s-67q-64n-69p-68p–340

Rich S. Johnson (50), $58,750 69n-69p-65q-68s-69p–340

Jeff Klauk (50), $58,750 66q-72s-67p-65n-70p–340

Martin Flores (50), $58,750 66p-65n-65s-72q-72p–340

Charles Howell III (42), $35,500 68n-69p-66q-71s-67p–341

Jeff Quinney (42), $35,500 64n-74p-69q-67s-67p–341

Pat Perez (42), $35,500 68s-69q-68n-70p-66p–341

Bo Van Pelt (42), $35,500 73s-70q-66n-67p-65p–341

Garrett Willis (42), $35,500 65n-69p-70q-68s-69p–341

John Merrick (42), $35,500 68q-70s-66p-66n-71p–341

Joe Ogilvie (42), $35,500 65p-66n-68s-68q-74p–341

Jason Bohn (36), $26,417 69s-72q-68n-65p-68p–342

J.P. Hayes (36), $26,417 65p-67n-70s-71q-69p–342

Ricky Barnes (36), $26,417 67q-72s-67p-69n-67p–342

Heath Slocum (36), $26,417 66p-72n-68s-67q-69p–342

Brendon de Jonge (36), $26,417 73n-67p-67q-69s-66p–342

Webb Simpson (36), $26,417 67p-72n-66s-66q-71p–342

John Senden (31), $21,500 68q-69s-68p-68n-70p–343

Carl Pettersson (31), $21,500 73n-66p-66q-68s-70p–343

Matt Bettencourt (31), $21,500 71n-66p-69q-66s-71p–343

Michael Bradley (27), $17,000 74q-68s-70p-64n-68p–344

Henrik Bjornstad (27), $17,000 68p-70n-70s-68q-68p–344

Ryan Palmer (27), $17,000 72s-67q-64n-69p-72p–344

Rod Pampling (27), $17,000 67q-70s-70p-70n-67p–344

David Toms (27), $17,000 70q-70s-67p-70n-67p–344

Chris Couch (27), $17,000 71s-72q-66n-69p-66p–344

Jeff Overton (22), $12,900 68p-68n-69s-69q-71p–345

Chris DiMarco (22), $12,900 72n-67p-66q-68s-72p–345

Jamie Lovemark (0), $12,900 71q-71s-66p-69n-68p–345

Joe Durant (22), $12,900 71s-69q-69n-70p-66p–345

Roger Tambellini (17), $11,660 66q-71s-70p-68n-71p–346

Ben Crane (17), $11,660 70q-69s-70p-64n-73p–346

Fredrik Jacobson (17), $11,660 70n-67p-68q-71s-70p–346

Billy Mayfair (17), $11,660 71p-71n-69s-66q-69p–346

Chris Wilson (17), $11,660 69n-67p-71q-71s-68p–346

Lee Janzen (12), $11,050 69s-70q-66n-70p-72p–347

Greg Chalmers (12), $11,050 70p-69n-68s-69q-71p–347

Jerod Turner (12), $11,050 69n-69p-71q-68s-70p–347

Tom Gillis (12), $11,050 68p-66n-72s-72q-69p–347

Josh Teater (12), $11,050 71s-69q-69n-70p-68p–347

Brian Davis (12), $11,050 73s-70q-69n-67p-68p–347

Ryuji Imada (6), $10,500 67p-71n-68s-70q-72p–348

Troy Merritt (6), $10,500 72s-70q-66n-69p-71p–348

Omar Uresti (6), $10,500 70n-67p-71q-69s-71p–348

Michael Sim (6), $10,500 73q-67s-69p-69n-70p–348

Harrison Frazar (6), $10,500 72q-72s-68p-66n-70p–348

Bill Lunde (2), $10,100 68n-68p-71q-70s-72p–349

Brenden Pappas (2), $10,100 68n-70p-70q-70s-71p–349

Bob Estes (2), $10,100 68q-72s-68p-71n-70p–349

Brett Quigley (1), $9,800 71q-66s-69p-70n-75p–351

Shane Bertsch (1), $9,800 62n-69p-77q-71s-72p–351

Greg Owen (1), $9,800 74p-65n-70s-70q-72p–351

Paul Goydos (1), $9,600 69p-69n-67s-69q-80p–354

SPORTLIGHT

Jan. 26

1913–Jim Thorpe gives up his track medals from the 1912 Olympic games as a result of his having been a professional. He had been paid $25 for playing in a semipro baseball game.

1951–Jimmie Foxx and Mel Ott are elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

1955–Joe DiMaggio is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

1960–Pete Rozelle is chosen the new commissioner of the National Football League.

1985–Edmonton’s Wayne Gretzky scores his 50th goal in the 49th game of the season, a 6-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins.

1986–The Chicago Bears win their first NFL championship since 1963 by setting a Super Bowl-record for points scored in defeating the New England Patriots 46-10.

1991–Houston guard Vernon Maxwell joins Wilt Chamberlain, David Thompson and George Gervin as the only players in NBA history to score 30 points or more in a quarter. Maxwell scores 30 of his career-high 51 points in the fourth quarter to help Houston beat Cleveland 103-97.

1992–The Washington Redskins win their third Super Bowl in 10 years, beating the Buffalo Bills 37-24, putting the game away with 24 straight points after a scoreless first quarter.

1996–Three years after she won her last Grand Slam title on the same Center Court, Monica Seles wins her fourth Australian Open crown. Seles beats Germany’s Anke Huber 6-4, 6-1 to claim her ninth major championship.

1997–The Green Bay Packers, behind big plays, beat the New England Patriots 35-21 in the Super Bowl. Brett Favre finds Andre Rison for a 54-yard touchdown on the Packers’ second offensive play, then throws an 81-yard TD pass to Antonio Freeman in the second quarter. Desmond Howard, the first special teams MVP, scores on a 99-yard kickoff return to put away the Patriots.

2002–Jennifer Capriati produces the greatest comeback in a Grand Slam final to overcome Martina Hingis and defend her Australian Open title. Capriati saves four match points before clinching a 4-6, 7-6 (7), 6-2 victory over Hingis.

2005–South Africa’s Ryk Neethling breaks his own short-course world record in the 100-meter medley, finishing in 52.01 seconds at a World Cup meet in Moscow. Neethling shaves 0.1 seconds off his previous record of 52.11 set on Jan. 22.

2006–Detroit’s Brendan Shanahan scores his 100th career game-winning goal for a 2-1 victory over Vancouver. He’s fourth all-time behind Gordie Howe, Phil Esposito and Brett Hull.

2007–Mark Recchi scores two goals, including the 500th of his career, in Pittsburgh’s 4-3 shootout win over Dallas.

2007–Martin Brodeur makes 28 saves, extending his NHL record for consecutive 30-win seasons to 11, as the New Jersey Devils beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0.

2007–Jamal Crawford scores a career-high 52 points to lead New York to a 116-96 victory over Miami.

2008–Maria Sharapova wins the Australian Open, beating Ana Ivanovic 7-5, 6-3 for her third Grand Slam singles title. Sharapova wins the title without dropping a set, including wins over three of the top four ranked players.

2008–Mirai Nagasu becomes the second-youngest woman to win the title at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. The 4-foot-11 14-year-old falls on her opening jump, a double axel, but lands six triple jumps, three in combination, in her program.

2009–Alex Ovechkin seals the Eastern Conference’s 12-11 victory in the NHL All-Star game with a goal in the third round of the shootout. Alex Kovalev, of host Montreal, earns MVP honors with a pair of breakaway goals and then another in the shootout.

SPORTS NOTES

FOOTBALL: The Northwest Ohio Knights, a SEMIPRO FOOTBALL TEAM, is holding a tryout on Saturday at the Maumee Sports Mall. Registration is at 7 p.m. and the combine will be held from 7:30-9:30. Local athletes are invited to tryout. Cost is $25 for the combine fee and a T-shirt or $35 for the combine fee, a T-shirt, and shorts. The combine will consist of a variety of drills from bench press to the 40-yard dash.

TRACK & FIELD: CENTRAL CATHOLIC High School will host a track and field invitational on May 8 at the Gallagher Athletic Complex. Boys and girls teams needed. Entry fee $125 per team or $150 per team if signing a two-year contract (second meet on May 7, 2011). Contact Bill Axe by email at baxe@centralcatholic.org or by phone at 419-255-2280.

BOWLING

300 game

Raymond Lopez,SportsCenter 268-270-300-838

Wes Horner, Interstate 300-213-299-812

Mark Buganski, Interstate 300-245-248-793

Kevin Onweller, Interstate 217-268-300-785

John LoCascio, Interstate 300-206-234-740

Ken Alexander, Interstate 215-224-300-739

Torrey Mossing, Interstate 212-199-300-711

Men 750+

Scott Christy, Interstate 802

Ron Radant, Interstate 780

Wyatt Kozier, Interstate 772

Todd Childress, Interstate 768

Trent Scaggs, Interstate 763

Scott Allen, SportsCenter 761

Steve Burt, Bowlero 761

Angie Seambos, Bowlero 760

Don Bates, Interstate 753

Women 650+

Shelley Ditmyer, Twin Oaks 737

Marcia Riffle, Twin Oaks 728

Tracy Autman, SportsCenter 705

Brooke Summers, Interstate 700

Tammy Rondot, Interstate 696

Kerri Russell, Interstate 687

Nanette Wooley, Interstate 676

Bea Staples, Bowlero 673

Amy Bird, SportsCenter 656

Nicole Monto, Timbers 653

Kathy Williams, Bowlero 651

PREP BASKETBALL

BASKETBALL STATS: Area boys and girls high school head basketball coaches are reminded to begin submitting their team stat leaders for scoring and rebounding to The Blade. Deadline for girls stats is Tuesdays at noon. Deadline for boys stats is Wednesdays at noon. Stats should be faxed to 419-724-6116, or emailed to highschoolstats@theblade.com.

Boys

State poll

DIVISION I

1, Cols. Northland (27) 11-0279

2, Mentor (1) 12-0216

3, Warren Harding 11-1210

4, Gahanna Lincoln 13-0165

5, Mansfield Sr. 11-0128

6, Cle. St. Ignatius 8-297

7, Cin. La Salle 10-271

8, Dublin Coffman 10-252

9, Cin. Moeller 11-250

10, N. Can. Hoover 10-245

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Massillon Jackson 37. 12, Cin. Princeton 36. 13, Westerville S. 29. 14, Cin. Winton Woods 18. 15, Upper Arlington 15. 16, Marion Harding 13. 17, Can. Timken 12.

DIVISION II

1, Day. Dunbar (27) 11-0278

2, Day. Cham.-Julienne 12-1211

3, Cols. DeSales 13-2192

4, Akr. Buchtel 10-0183

5, Poland Seminary 9-1123

6, Defiance (1) 11-1122

7, Akr. SVSM 7-4102

8, Port Clinton 12-093

9, Cle. Benedictine 10-383

10, Circleville Logan Elm 11-237

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, St. Bernard Roger Bacon 18. 12, Athens 16. 13 (tie) Middletown Fenwick, Libbey 14.

DIVISION III

1, Liberty-Benton (24) 13-0274

2, Middletown Madison 13-0201

3, E. Can. 11-0190

4, Coldwater 10-1164

5, Plymouth 12-0154

6, Cin. Taft (2) 10-2124

7, Oak Hill (1) 11-1119

8, Wooster Triway 10-335

8, Cols. Grandview Hts. 9-335

10, Cardington-Lincoln 12-129

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11 (tie) Evergreen, Ottawa-Glandorf 26. 13 (tie) Peebles (1), Cle. VASJ 21. 15, St. Henry 18. 16, Hamilton Badin 17. 17, Newton Falls 12.

DIVISION IV

1, Newark Cath. (19) 12-0255

2, Continental (4) 13-0229

3, McDonald (1) 12-0171

4, McComb 12-0150

5, Berlin Hiland (1) 12-0135

6, S. Charleston SE (1) 11-1121

7, Day. Jefferson (1) 9-3111

8, Ft. Recovery 11-1101

9, Russia 10-333

10, Reedsville Eastern 12-127

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Youngs. Christian (1) 24. 12, Pandora-Gilboa 22. 13, Cin. Seven Hills 18. 14, Kalida 14. 15 (tie) Miller City, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep 13. 17, Vienna Mathews 12.

Steve Junga's vote

DIVISION I: 1, Columbus Northland; 2, Warren Harding; 3, Mentor; 4, Perrysburg; 5, Mansfield Senior; 6, Gahanna Lincoln; 7, Cleveland St. Ignatius; 8, Dublin Coffman; 9, St. John's Jesuit; 10, North Canton Hoover.

DIVISION II: 1, Dayton Dunbar; 2, Columbus DeSales; 3, Dayton Chaminade-Julienne; 4, Akron Buchtel; 5, Port Clinton; 6, Poland Seminary; 7, Defiance; 8, Cleveland Benedictine; 9, Akron SVSM; 10, Libbey.

DIVISION III: 1, Liberty-Benton; 2, Middletown Madison; 3, Coldwater; 4, Plymouth; 5, East Canton; 6, Oak Hill; 7, Evergreen; 8, Cincinnati Taft; 9, Ottawa-Glandorf; 10, Cardington-Lincoln.

DIVISION IV: 1, Newark Catholic; 2, Continental; 3, McComb; 4, McDonald; 5, South Charleston Southeastern; 6, Berlin Hiland; 7, Pandora-Gilboa; 8, New Riegel; 9, Columbus Grove; 10, Fort Recovery.

YESTERDAY

Southeast Michigan

Whiteford 79, Morenci 74

Whiteford 19 20 16 24 – 79

Morenci 12 20 19 23 – 74

WHITEFORD: Roberts 4-1-4-15, Hill 0-1-1, Albright 10-7-27, Eishen 3-2-0-12, Grosteffon 3-1-7, DuPree 7-3-17. Totals: 27-3-16-79.

MORENCI: Wolf 10-1-6-29, Jeffers 5-1-1-14, Craig 1-2-0-8, Keller 1-0-2, Borea 2-4-0-16, Wilson 2-1-5. Totals: 21-8-8-74.

TODAY

City League

Bowsher at St. John’s

Woodward at Central Catholic

Scott at Clay

Libbey at Start

Rogers at St. Francis

Whitmer at Waite

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Toledo Christian at Cardinal Stritch

Danbury at Emmanuel Christian

Northwood at Ottawa Hills

NWOAL

Archbold at Defiance

Area

Arcadia at Van Buren

Southeast Michigan

Bedford at Chelsea

THURSDAY

Suburban Lakes League

Eastwood at Genoa

Lake at Elmwood

Otsego at Woodmore

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Ottawa Hills at Cardinal Stritch

Toledo Christian at Maumee Valley

Southeast Michigan

Onsted at Blissfield

FRIDAY

City League

Clay at Bowsher

Start at Central Catholic

Libbey at Whitmer

St. John’s at Rogers

Woodward at Scott

Waite at St. Francis

Northern Lakes League

Anthony Wayne at Rossford

Southview at Bowling Green

Maumee at Springfield

Perrysburg at Northview

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Emmanuel Christian at Lenawee Christian

NWOAL

Archbold at Patrick Henry

Montpelier at Bryan

Swanton at Delta

Evergreen at Liberty Center

Area

Hardin Northern at Arcadia

Fayette at Stryker

Findlay at Marion Harding

Fostoria at Tiffin Columbian

Fostoria St. Wendelin at Fremont St. Joseph

Lima Senior at Fremont Ross

Holgate at Hicksville

Lakota at Seneca East

Pandora-Gilboa at Liberty-Benton

McComb at Leipsic

Sandusky at Napoleon

Hopewell-Loudon at North Baltimore

Edison at Oak Harbor

Pettisville at Edon

Port Clinton at Margaretta

Vanlue at Van Buren

Southeast Michigan

Bedford at Ann Arbor Pioneer

Sand Creek at Whiteford

SATURDAY

City League

Elida at Central Catholic

Clay at Southview

Lima Shawnee at Waite

Northern Lakes League

Northview at Bedford

East Cleveland Shaw at Perrysburg, 6 p.m.

Lake at Rossford

Springfield at Delta

Suburban Lakes League

Eastwood at Oak Harbor

Swanton at Genoa

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Emmanuel Christian at Northwood

Ottawa Hills at Evergreen

NWOAL

Liberty Center at Tinora

Montpelier at Fayette

Defiance at Patrick Henry

Wauseon at Napoleon

Area

Arcadia at Carey

Clyde at Fostoria

Fostoria St. Wendelin at Cory-Rawson

Holgate at Miller City

Tiffin Calvert at McComb

Girls

YESTERDAY

NWOAL

Evergreen at North Central

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Cardinal Stritch 60, Emmanuel Christian 33

Emm. Christian 6 12 4 11 – 33

Cardinal Stritch 15 14 16 15 – 60

EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN: Weaver 3-5-11, baden 2-2-6, Gagle 1-0-2, Arbogast 1-0-2, Koonce 0-1-1, Smith 3-2-8. Totals: 11-11-33.

CARDINAL STRITCH: Sinay 2-6-10, Weber 4-0-8, Outland 3-1-0-9, Katafiasz 2-2-0-10, Fairbairn 1-1-3, Zaborski 6-0-12, McCloskey 4-0-8. Totals: 22-3-7-60.

TODAY

Northern Lakes League

Anthony Wayne at Maumee

Bowling Green at Northview

Perrysburg at Rossford

Springfield at Southview

Suburban Lakes League

Eastwood at Woodmore

Elmwood at Genoa

Gibsonburg at Otsego

Swanton at Lake

NWOAL

Bryan at Hicksville

Delta at Hilltop

Pettisville at Montpelier

Patrick Henry at Miller City

Wauseon at Fairview

Southeast Michigan

Bedford at Chelsea

Ida at Blissfield

Whiteford at Clinton

TOMORROW

City League

Notre Dame at Bowsher

Central Catholic at Waite

Clay at Woodward

Libbey at Scott

Rogers at Whitmer

St. Ursula at Start

THURSDAY

NWOAL

Patrick Henry at Archbold

Bryan at Montpelier

Delta at Swanton

Liberty Center at Evergreen

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Maumee Valley at Ann Arbor Greenhills

Southeast Michigan

Whitmore Lake at Whiteford

FRIDAY

Suburban Lakes League

Elmwood at Eastwood

North Baltimore at Elmwood

Woodmore at Gibsonburg

Otsego at Lake

Toledo Area Athletic Conference

Danbury at Northwood

Ottawa Hills at Maumee Valley

Southeast Michigan

Ann Arbor Pioneer at Bedford

Erie Mason at Blissfield

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS–Sent INF Jeff Larish outright to Toledo (IL).

KANSAS CITY ROYALS–Agreed to terms with OF Rick Ankiel on a one-year contract. Designated INF Mario Lisson for assignement.

LOS ANGELES ANGELS–Agreed to terms with INF Maicer Izturis on a three-year contract.

TEXAS RANGERS–Designated INF Joe Inglett for assignment.

National League

MILWAUKEE BREWERS–Agreed to terms with RHP Dave Bush on a one-year contract.

SAN DIEGO PADRES–Named Mark Loretta special assistant to baseball operations.

American Association

FORT WORTH CATS–Sold the contract of OF Ryan Patterson to Detroit (AL).

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

CHICAGO BULLS–Acquired G Devin Brown from New Orleans for C Aaron Gray.

UTAH JAZZ–Signed G Sundiata Gaines for the rest of the season.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NEW YORK JETS–Announced the contracts of assistant quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo, assistant defensive backs coach Doug Plank, special teams assistant Kevin O’Dea, pass rush specialist Chuck Smith and defensive quality control coach Brian Smith had expired and would not be extended.

TENNESSEE TITANS–Named Kennedy Pola running backs coach.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CAROLINA HURRICANES–Reassigned G Justin Peters to Albany (AHL).

DALLAS STARS–Assigned RW Raymond Sawada to Texas (AHL).

NASHVILLE PREDATORS–Recalled C Cal O’Reilly from Milwaukee (AHL).

COLLEGE

FLORIDA STATE–Agreed to terms with defensive coordinator Mark Stoops, running backs coach Eddie Gran and offensive coordinator James Coley on three-year contracts, and linebackers coach Greg Hudson, quarterbacks coach Dameyune Craig and strength coach Vic Viloria on two-year contracts.

MICHIGAN–Reinstated G Manny Harris after a weekend suspension.

NBA

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Boston 29 13 .690 –

Toronto 23 22 .511 71/2

New York 17 26 .395 121/2

Philadelphia 15 29 .341 15

New Jersey 3 40 .070 261/2

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Atlanta 28 14 .667 –

Orlando 29 16 .644 1/2

Miami 23 21 .523 6

Charlotte 21 21 .500 7

Washington 14 29 .326 141/2

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Cleveland 35 11 .761 –

Chicago 20 22 .476 13

Milwaukee 18 24 .429 15

Indiana 16 29 .356 181/2

Detroit 15 28 .349 181/2

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Dallas 29 15 .659 –

San Antonio 25 17 .595 3

Houston 24 19 .558 41/2

Memphis 24 19 .558 41/2

New Orleans 23 20 .535 51/2

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Denver 29 14 .674 –

Portland 27 18 .600 3

Utah 25 18 .581 4

Oklahoma City 24 20 .545 51/2

Minnesota 9 36 .200 21

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

L.A. Lakers 33 11 .750 –

Phoenix 26 19 .578 71/2

L.A. Clippers 20 24 .455 13

Sacramento 15 28 .349 171/2

Golden State 13 29 .310 19

LAST NIGHT

Cleveland 92, Miami 91

Indiana 109, Philadelphia 98

Boston 95, L.A. Clippers 89

Memphis 99, Orlando 94

Atlanta at Houston, late

Chicago at San Antonio, late

Charlotte at Denver, late

Phoenix at Utah, late

New Orleans at Portland, late

SUNDAY

L.A. Clippers 92, Washington 78

Dallas 128, New York 78

Toronto 106, L.A. Lakers 105

TONIGHT

L.A. Lakers at Washington, 7 p.m.

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

Milwaukee at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Charlotte at Phoenix, 9 p.m.

Golden State at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

New Orleans at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

Cleveland 24 26 17 25 – 92

Miami 34 20 15 22 – 91

CLEVELAND: James 9-23 12-17 32, Hickson 0-4 0-0 0, S.O’Neal 9-13 1-4 19, Gibson 5-10 1-2 15, Parker 1-4 0-0 2, Varejao 5-8 3-3 13, J.Williams 1-4 0-0 3, Ilgauskas 3-6 0-0 6, Moon 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 33-73 19-28 92.

MIAMI: Richardson 1-5 0-0 2, Beasley 7-14 2-4 16, J.O’Neal 7-14 4-5 18, Alston 4-9 0-0 10, Wade 10-21 9-16 32, Haslem 4-10 2-2 10, Anthony 0-1 0-2 0, Wright 1-2 0-0 3, Chalmers 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 34-78 17-29 91.

Note: 3-point goals — Cleveland 7-22 (Gibson 4-6, James 2-9, J.Williams 1-3, Moon 0-1, Parker 0-3), Miami 6-16 (Wade 3-6, Alston 2-3, Wright 1-2, Beasley 0-2, Richardson 0-3). Fouled Out – None. Rebounds — Cleveland 52 (Varejao 10), Miami 53 (Wade 10). Assists — Cleveland 14 (James 4), Miami 13 (Wade 5). Total Fouls – Cleveland 21, Miami 22. Technicals — Cleveland defensive three second, Miami defensive three second. A — 19,600 (19,600).



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