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Published: Thursday, 1/27/2011

Scoreboard: 01-27

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Boys

City League

FRIDAY

Bowsher at Clay

Central Catholic at Start

Rogers at St. John’s

Scott at Woodward

St. Francis at Waite

SATURDAY

Central Catholic at Elida

Scott at Sandusky

Waite at Lima Shawnee

Detroit College Prep at St. John’s

Whitmer at Massillon Washington

Northern Lakes League

FRIDAY

Springfield at Anthony Wayne

Rossford at Bowling Green

Northview at Maumee

Perrysburg at Southview

Rossford at Bowling Green

SATURDAY

Bedford at Northview

Delta at Springfield

Suburban Lakes League

TONIGHT

Genoa at Eastwood

Elmwood at Lake

Woodmore at Otsego

SATURDAY

Oak Harbor at Eastwood

Genoa at Swanton

TAAC

TONIGHT

Cardinal Stritch at Ottawa Hills

SATURDAY

Northwood at Emmanuel Christian

Maumee Valley at Toledo Christian

Evergreen at Ottawa Hills

NWOAL

FRIDAY

Archbold at Wauseon

Delta at Bryan

Swanton at Evergreen

Montpelier at Patrick Henry

Swanton at Evergreen

SATURDAY

Pettisville at Liberty Center

Fayette at Montpelier

Patrick Henry at Defiance

Napoleon at Wauseon

Other Northwest Ohio

TONIGHT

Erie Mason at Dundee

Girls

LAST NIGHT

Bowsher 0 1 10 13 – 24

Notre Dame 19 16 16 16 – 67

BOWSHER: King 2-0-4m Frazier 0-2-0-6, McKinnwy 0-1-1-4, Woodson 1-0-2, Schubert 0-3-3, Westover 1-0-2, Lawson 0-1-0-3. Totals 4-4-4-24.

NOTRE DAME: Ohlinger 1-0-2, Demecs 2-0-4, Whitaker 5-1-11, Morlock 5-0-10, Mathews 1-0-2, McDuffie 4-0-8, Worthy 4-0-8, Kynard 6-2-14, Welss 0-2-6, Holmes 1-0-2. Totals 29-2-3-67.

Waite 2 10 8 15 – 35

Central 12 7 11 12 – 42

Waite: Hunt 2-1-3, Henry 2-2-6, Fitch 1-4-2-16, Walker 1-0-2, Watts 1-0-2, Craig 1-0-2. Totals 8-5-4-35.

Central: Roger 0-4-4, Shaffer 1-2-4, Knannlein 2-0-4, Lathan 4-2-10, Sobczak, 7-4-18, McClendon 1-0-2. Totals 15-12-42.

Woodward 4 5 14 8 – 31

Clay 11 25 7 19 – 62

WOODWARD: Thomas 2-0-4, McCarver 3-3-9, Brown 1-1-3, Sullivan 2-0-4, Wysinger 4-3-11. Tptals 12-7-31.

CLAY: Brummett 2-1-2-9, Ceawford 4-2-10, Derby 1-0-2, Charcol 2-0-4, Popovitch 2-2-6, Orr 1-0-2, Rigg 0-2-2, Kubicki 3-6-12, Heintschel 2-0-4, Kovacs 1-0-2, Gallagher 0-3-0-9. Totals 18-4-14-62.

Whitmer 7 7 10 13 – 37

Rogers 26 22 19 21 – 88

Whitmer: McCarver 3-1-6-15; Kellerbauer 3-2-8; Jones 1-3-5; Dings 1-1-3; Calendine 2-0-4; Blood 1-0-2. 11-1-12-37.

Rogers: Sweeney 7-4-1-27; Dailey 11-0-22; Walker 6-3-15; Williams 1-2-4; Easley 5-0-10; Austin 1-1-3; Dillard 2-3-0-7. 33-5-7-88.

Start 15 21 10 18 – 64

St. Ursula 11 9 16 11 – 47

START: Gaston 5-1-0-13, McCarver 1-1-0-5, Kynard 3-0-6, Jackson 2-2-6, Bishop 7-6-20, Evans 1-0-2, Mosby 2-2-6, D. Hicks 3-0-6. Totals 24-2-10-64.

ST. URSULA: Garrison 1-1-0-5, Taylor 2-1-0-7, Strall 8-2-18, Anderson 1-3-0-11, Lishewski 3-0-6. Totals 15-5-2-47.

City League

SATURDAY

Detroit Country Day at Central Catholic

Clay at Genoa

St. Ursula at Liberty-Benton

Northern Lakes League

TONIGHT

Springfield at Anthony Wayne

SATURDAY

Rossford at Bowling Green

Northview at Maumee

Perrysburg at Southview

Suburban Lakes League

FRIDAY

Elmwood at Eastwood

Lake at Otsego

Gibsonburg at Woodmore

TAAC

FRIDAY

Cardinal Stritch at Emmanuel Christian

Northwood at Danbury

Maumee Valley at Ottawa Hills

SATURDAY

New Riegel at Ottawa Hills

Toledo Christian at Patrick Henry

NWOAL

TONIGHT

Wauseon at Archbold

Bryan at Delta

Evergreen at Swanton

Patrick Henry at Montpelier

SATURDAY

Holgate at Archbold

Fayette at Montpelier

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Men

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Buffalo 4 2 .667 12 6 .667

BGSU 4 2 .667 9 11 .450

Kent St. 3 2 .600 12 7 .632

Miami 3 2 .600 8 11 .421

Akron 2 4 .333 11 9 .550

Ohio 2 4 .333 9 11 .450

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Ball St. 5 0 1.000 13 5 .722

W. Michigan 3 3 .500 10 9 .526

N. Illinois 3 3 .500 7 11 .389

C. Michigan 2 3 .400 5 13 .278

E. Michigan 2 4 .333 5 14 .263

Toledo 1 5 .167 4 16 .200

LAST NIGHT

Ohio 79, Eastern Michigan 65

N. Illinois 83, Akron 74

TONIGHT

Kent St. at Ball St., 7

Miami at Central Michigan, 7

TUESDAY

BOWLING GREEN 70, TOLEDO 64

BOWLING GREEN (9-11): Thomas 4-11 2-4 11, Calhoun 8-18 5-7 21, Oglesby 3-3 0-2 6, Kraus 0-3 0-0 0, Jakubowski 4-8 4-4 16, Crawford 1-2 3-5 5, Brown 3-6 4-4 11, McElroy 0-1 0-0 0, Black 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-53 18-26 70.

TOLEDO (4-16); Humes 0-0 0-0 0, Dear 3-7 0-1 6, Shunnar 0-3 0-0 0, Griffin 7-15 8-11 25, Holliday 4-9 5-6 13, Anyijong 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 0-1 1-3 1, Leahy 3-5 0-0 9, Wright 3-10 0-0 9, Wonnell 0-0 1-2 1. Totals 20-50 15-23 64.

Halftime–Bowling Green 27-21. 3-Point Goals–Bowling Green 6-17 (Jakubowski 4-7, Brown 1-2, Thomas 1-4, Calhoun 0-1, Kraus 0-3), Toledo 9-20 (Leahy 3-4, Griffin 3-5, Wright 3-8, Thomas 0-1, Holliday 0-1, Shunnar 0-1). Fouled Out–Leahy. Rebounds–Bowling Green 39 (Calhoun 13), Toledo 33 (Dear 8). Assists–Bowling Green 15 (Calhoun, Jakubowski 4), Toledo 13 (Griffin 5). Total Fouls–Bowling Green 20, Toledo 18. A–5,523.

Big Ten Conference

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Ohio St. 8 0 1.000 21 0 1.000

Purdue 6 2 .750 17 4 .810

Wisconsin 5 2 .714 15 4 .789

Minnesota 4 3 .571 15 4 .789

Illinois 4 3 .571 14 6 .700

Michigan St. 4 3 .571 12 7 .632

Penn St. 4 4 .500 11 8 .579

Northwestern 3 5 .375 13 6 .684

Michigan 1 6 .143 11 9 .550

Indiana 1 6 .143 10 10 .500

Iowa 1 7 .125 8 12 .400

LAST NIGHT

Penn St. 65, Iowa 51

Northwestern at Minnesota, 8:30 p.m.

TUESDAY

Ohio St. 87, Purdue 64

TONIGHT

Michigan at Michigan St., 7

Illinois at Indiana, 9

TUESDAY

No. 1 OHIO ST. 87, No. 12 PURDUE 64

PURDUE (17-4): J. Johnson 9-17 1-1 22, Carroll 1-1 0-0 2, Jackson 2-5 1-2 5, Smith 1-2 0-0 2, Moore 4-13 7-8 16, T. Johnson 4-9 0-1 9, Barlow 1-5 0-0 2, Byrd 0-3 0-0 0, Hart 2-6 1-1 6, Bade 0-2 0-0 0, Marcius 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 24-63 10-13 64.

OHIO ST. (21-0): Sullinger 7-12 2-5 17, Lauderdale 2-2 0-2 4, Lighty 4-7 2-3 10, Diebler 3-5 4-4 13, Buford 6-8 2-3 19, Thomas 6-12 0-0 13, Sibert 0-1 0-2 0, Craft 4-11 2-3 11, Smith Jr. 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-58 12-22 87.

Halftime–Ohio St. 46-26. 3-Point Goals–Purdue 6-16 (J. Johnson 3-4, Hart 1-2, Moore 1-3, T. Johnson 1-3, Barlow 0-1, Smith 0-1, Byrd 0-2), Ohio St. 11-19 (Buford 5-6, Diebler 3-5, Sullinger 1-1, Craft 1-2, Thomas 1-3, Sibert 0-1, Lighty 0-1). Fouled Out–None. Rebounds–Purdue 28 (J. Johnson 7), Ohio St. 42 (Diebler 8). Assists–Purdue 11 (Moore 3), Ohio St. 20 (Craft, Diebler 6). Total Fouls–Purdue 23, Ohio St. 16. A–17,556.

Area

Edison State 77, Owens 70

OWENS (7-15): Edwards: 1-3-3-14; Kralovic 2-0-0-4; Jamerson: 7-0-3-17; Frank: 5-0-0-10; Short: 2-0-0-4; Sanderfer: 1-1-0-5; Wimberly: 5-0-6-16.Totals: 23-4-12-70

EDISON STATE (11-7): Applin 0-2-0-6; Harris 4-2-4-18; Holmes 5-0-4-14; Bates 5-0-6-16; Bennett 4-0-3-11; Duncan 1-0-0-2; Ransome 3-0-4-10. Totals: 22-4-21-77

Halftime score: Owens 39 Edison State 38

Lourdes 71 (11-14): Fleurima 1-2-1-9, Davis 4-2-0-14, Johnson 1-0-2, Borcherdt 0-2-2, Turnbo 1-2-2-10, Ross 0-1-1, Washington 4-2-4-18, Willhite 6-1-13, Thomas 1-0-2. Totals: 18-8-11-71.

Kuyper 59 (2-19): Klomp 5-1-13, Orlowski 3-0-6, Christensen 0-2-0-6, Rogers 2-8-12, Lee 7-8-22. Totals: 17-3-16-59.

Halftime: Lourdes 31-30.

National

EAST

Bucknell 81, Lehigh 68

Duquesne 91, Fordham 72

Georgetown 77, St. John’s 52

Lafayette 83, Army 60

Massachusetts 78, St. Bonaventure 69

Providence 83, Villanova 68

Saint Joseph’s at La Salle, ppd.

Temple 76, Charlotte 67

SOUTH

Delaware 59, William & Mary 55

James Madison 60, Drexel 52

Lincoln Memorial 90, Carson-Newman 69

Louisville 55, West Virginia 54

McNeese St. 66, Nicholls St. 65

Memphis 77, UCF 61

North Carolina 74, Miami 71

Northeastern 70, UNC Wilmington 66

Old Dominion 51, Georgia St. 48

Randolph-Macon at Roanoke, ppd.

Southern Miss. 84, East Carolina 77

Tennessee 75, LSU 53

The Citadel 85, Davidson 75

Transylvania 77, Hanover 67

UAB 60, Marshall 56

MIDWEST

Adrian 58, Trine 53

Calvin 81, Albion 50

Concordia, Mich. 82, Michigan-Dearborn 78

Cornerstone 69, Madonna 67

Davenport 55, Indiana Tech 45

Evansville 66, Indiana St. 63

Franklin 71, Rose-Hulman 50

Heidelberg 83, Baldwin-Wallace 62

Hope 100, Kalamazoo 95, OT

Murray St. 67, SIU-Edwardsville 61

N.C. Central 66, W. Illinois 58

Olivet 74, Alma 61

Otterbein 64, Ohio Northern 46

Siena Heights 80, Marygrove 71

St. Norbert 73, Lawrence 52

Wichita St. 74, S. Illinois 64

Xavier 81, George Washington 74

Wittenberg 82, Denison 54

SOUTHWEST

Cent. Arkansas 62, SE Louisiana 59

Northwestern St. 79, Lamar 69

SMU 59, Tulsa 58

Stephen F.Austin 63, Sam Houston St. 49

Texas 61, Oklahoma St. 46

Texas St. 73, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 62

Women

Mid-American Conference

East

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Kent St. 6 1 .857 15 4 .789

BGSU 5 2 .714 17 3 .850

Buffalo 3 4 .429 10 10 .500

Miami 2 5 .286 10 10 .500

Akron 2 5 .286 9 10 .474

Ohio 2 5 .286 6 14 .300

West

Conference All Games

W L Pct. W L Pct.

Toledo 6 1 .857 14 6 .700

E. Michigan 5 2 .714 14 7 .667

C.Michigan 4 3 .571 12 7 .632

Ball St. 4 3 .571 9 11 .450

N. Illinois 2 5 .286 8 12 .400

W. Michigan 1 6 .143 5 15 .250

LAST NIGHT

Toledo 66, Bowling Green 65

Akron 77, W. Michigan 66

Ball St. 66, Miami 49

Buffalo 92, Cent. Michigan 89

E. Michigan 85, Ohio 40

Kent St. 56, N. Illinois 54, OT

SATURDAY

Kent St. at Toledo, Noon

Bowling Green at W. Michigan, 2 p.m.

Akron at Cent. Michigan, 2 p.m.

E. Michigan at Miami, 2 p.m.

N. Illinois at Ohio, 2 p.m.

Ball St. at Buffalo, 2:30 p.m.

Area

Owens: Windau: 4-0-0-8, Blanton: 4-1-4-15, Morris: 3-1-1-10, Beard: 5-0-0-10, Hall: 6-0-3-15, Floyd: 3-0-1-7, Meyer: 3-2-1-13, Miller: 2-2-0-10, Totals: 30-6-10-88

Edison State: Vanover: 3-1-1-10, Blackburn: 1-0-0-2, Cates: 1-1-3-8, Clark: 2-0-0-4

Rice, A.: 8-0-4-20, Brady: 0-0-2-2, Rice, M.: 2-0-2-6, Watercutter: 1-0-2-4, Kauser: 1-0-0-2, Totals: 19-2-14-58

Halftime: Owens 34 Edison State 24

National

MIDWEST

Adrian 58, Trine 53

Baldwin-Wallace 67, Heidelberg 43

Dayton 85, La Salle 51

Grand Valley St. 77, Urbana 62

Hope 102, Kalamazoo 37

Iowa St. 85, Nebraska 66

Marquette 76, Louisville 65

Missouri 66, Kansas 52

Otterbein 79, Ohio Northern 65

EAST

Boston U. 65, Binghamton 60

Connecticut 63, Rutgers 44

Duquesne 61, George Washington 53

St. Bonaventure 51, Saint Joseph’s 40

Syracuse 69, Pittsburgh 60

Temple 76, Massachusetts 48

SOUTH

Duke 92, Clemson 37

Middle Tennessee 85, Florida Atlantic 53

SPORTS NOTES

BASEBALL TOURNAMENTS: Genoa Little League will be holding tournaments this summer. The U10 tournament will be held on June 9-12. The U12 and U14 tournament will be held on June 29-July 3. All tournaments are $175 per team with a 3-game guarantee. Conact Lee Nissen at 419-351-2398 or go to leaguelineup.com/genoa for information.

Tickets will be on sale today and tomorrow for the St John’s Jesuit vs Rogers basketball game at St John’s Jesuit. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $4 students and $6 adults. This game could possibly be a sellout.

NFL

Super Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 6

At Arlington, Texas

Pittsburgh vs. Green Bay, 6:30 p.m. (FOX)

SPORTLIGHT

Jan. 27

1937–Tris Speaker and Cy Young are elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

1973–UCLA, led by Bill Walton, sets an NCAA record for consecutive victories with its 61st win, an 82-63 victory over Notre Dame. UCLA breaks the record of 60 set by San Francisco in 1956. Walton scores 16 points, grabs 15 rebounds and blocks 10 shots.

1982–Geoff Houston of the Cleveland Cavaliers hands out 27 assists, two short of the NBA record and scores 24 points in a 110-106 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

1993–American Chad Rowan is awarded the highest rank in sumo wrestling, the ancient Japanese sport, making him the first foreign “yokozuna.” The 6-foot-8, 455-pounder from Honolulu, becomes the 64th person to hold the top rank in the sport’s history.

1996–The U.S. Golf Association elects Judy Bell as the first female president in its 101-year history.

2001–Jennifer Capriati upsets three-time winner Martina Hingis 6-4, 6-3 to win the Australian Open and her first Grand Slam tournament title.

2003–Hermann Maier wins a World Cup super giant slalom in Kitzbuehel, Austria, a victory he ranks among his finest triumphs. The win comes 18 months after he almost loses his leg in a motorcycle crash.

2007–Serena Williams wins her third Australian Open singles title, routing Maria Sharapova 6-1, 6-2. Unseeded and ranked 81st, Williams wins her eighth and most improbable Grand Slam. She is the second unseeded woman to win the Australian title in the Open era.

2008–Eric Staal wins the most valuable player award in the NHL All-Star game, registering two goals and an assist in the East’s 8-7 win over the Western Conference. Staal helps set up Marc Savard’s winning goal with 20.9 seconds left.

2010–Washington’s Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton are suspended without pay for the remainder of the season by NBA commissioner David Stern. Both players admitted bringing a gun or guns into the Wizards’ locker room–a violation of the collective bargaining agreement–after a dispute stemming from a card game on a team flight.

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

MINNESOTA TWINS–Claimed LHP Dusty Hughes off waivers from Kansas City. Designated RHP Rob Delaney for assignment

NEW YORK YANKEES–Agreed to terms with RHP Bartolo Colon on a minor league contract.

TAMPA BAY RAYS–Announced the retirement of OF Rocco Baldelli, who accepted a position as a special assistant with the team.

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS–Agreed to terms with C Miguel Montero on a one-year contract.

CINCINNATI REDS–Agreed to terms with RHP Johnny Cueto on a four-year contract.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS–Agreed to terms with RHP Marc Kroon on a minor league contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

ORLANDO MAGIC–Waived G Jason Williams.

TORONTO RAPTORS–Signed G Trey Johnson to a 10-day contract. Released G Sundiata Gaines.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

MIAMI DOLPHINS–Named Ike Hilliard assistant wide receivers coach, Tony Sparano Jr. offensive quality control coach and Dave Fipp assistant special teams coach. Promoted receivers coach Karl Dorrell to quarterbacks coach, offensive quality control coach Steve Bush to receivers coach and assistant special teams coach Darren Rizzi to special teams coordinator.

NEW YORK JETS–Signed DB Will Billingsley, RB Carlos Brown, LB Cody Brown, P T.J. Conley, G Marlon Davis, C Robby Felix, RB Chris Jennings, DL Matt Kroul, G Dennis Landolt, CB Ellis Lankster, LB Joey LaRocque, WR Logan Payne, DT Carlton Powell, LB Brashton Satele, DB Richard Taylor, LB Brian Toal, DE Lorenzo Washington and QB Drew Willy to reserve/futures contracts.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS–Assigned D Nick Leddy to Rockford (AHL).

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS–Assigned LW Matt Calvert to Springfield (AHL).

DALLAS STARS–Recalled C Aaron Gagnon and C Travis Morin from Texas (AHL).

MINNESOTA WILD–Reassigned F Cody Almond to Houston (AHL).

MONTREAL CANADIENS–Assigned C Ryan White to Hamilton (AHL).

OTTAWA SENATORS–Re-assigned G Mike Brodeur and F Bobby Butler to Binghamton (AHL).

American Hockey League

CONNECTICUT WHALE–Announced the N.Y. Rangers (NHL) returned F Brodie Dupont, F Evgeny Grachev, F Chad Kolanik, F Kris Newbury and D Michael Del Zotto to the team.

Central Hockey League

BOSSIER-SHREVEPORT MUDBUGS–Waived F Chris Campanale.

TEXAS BRAHMAS–Activated F Mick Lawrence from league suspension.

LACROSSE

National Lacrosse League

MINNESOTA SWARM–Traded T Ryan Sharp to Toronto for a 2013 first-round draft pick. Signed D Brock Boyle.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

CHICAGO FIRE–Re-signed D Dasan Robinson.

PORTLAND TIMBERS–Signed G Adin Brown and D Steve Purdy.

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES–Have won a lottery for rights to G David Bingham.

COLLEGE

GARDNER-WEBB–Named Ron Dickerson Jr. football coach.

INDIANA STATE–Signed football coach Trent Miles to a five-year contract.

MARSHALL–Named Scott Bennett strength and conditioning coach.

MICHIGAN STATE–Suspended G Korie Lucious from the men’s basketball team for the remainder of the season for conduct detrimental to the program.

MIDDLE TENNESSEE–Named Joe Cauthen linebackers coach and Buster Faulkner quarterbacks coach.

SYRACUSE–Named Matthew Soderstrom assistant volleyball coach.

UCLA–Announced T Sean Sheller has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA.

BOWLING

Honor Roll

300 game

Larry Smith, Rossford 236-268-300-804

Natalie Miskiel, Swyck 205-247-300-752

Sandy Shultz, Bowlero 180-300-191-671

Men 750+

Dan Kurek, Forest View 858

Cory Wilson, Forest View 800

Jacob Shepard, Forest View 796

Tony Suwinski, Forest View 786

Doug Gorrell, Forest View 777

Steve Hinz, Bowlero 773

Jasin Ducat, Lido 770

Brian Cleavenger, Forest View 763

Rick Yantiss, Lido 762

Dustin Stiefel, Forest View 761

Gary Quaintance, Forest View 759

Todd Childers, Southwyck 759

Chris Hayward, Forest View 756

Steve Kosier, Forest View 755

James Goodner II, Lido 753

Clark Blackford, Bowlero 751

Kevin Wagehnaus, Bowlero 750

Bob Scheik, Bowlero 750

Brian Dick, Southwyck 750

Women 650+

Jodi Woessner, Forest View 739

Alexa Lubinski, Forest View 691

Dawn Modrowski, Forest View 682

Stephanie Plocek, Southwyck 682

Patty Prus, Southwyck 682

Angie Dumschot, Southwyck 677

Brooke Summers, Southwyck 674

Cheri Nopperhahn, Bowlero 673

Shari Gorski, Southwyck 673

Rocky Lewczynski, Rossford 672

Sara Jensen, Rossford 663

Mary Minnick, Southwyck 662

Kathy Coombs, Southwyck 657



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