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Published: Saturday, 5/26/2012

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HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD

Regionals

Division III

At Tiffin

Boys

Team standings: Liberty-Benton 72, Columbus Grove 54.5, Tiffin Calvert 41, Old Fort 40, Tinora 39, Lima Central Catholic 36, Toledo Christian 34, Bluffton 31, Fairview 28, Van Buren 27, Elmwood 25, Woodmore 24, Patrick Henry 21, Margaretta 19.5, Montpelier 19, Evergreen 19, Ayersville 12, Liberty Center 11, Hopewell-Loudon 11, Vanlue 10, Antwerp 8, New Riegel 8, Hilltop 8, Leipsic 6.5, Edon 6.5, Pettisville 5, Carey 5, McComb 4, Edgerton 4, Hicksville 4, Maumee Valley 4, Gibsonburg 4, Hardin Northern 4, Allen East 4, Ada 3, Fremont St. Joseph 3, Lima Perry 2, Continental 1, Stryker 1.

3200 relay-Van Buren (Ted Simmons, Eric Wymer, Brian Davidson, Dean Rodabaugh) 8:11.31; Calvert 8:14.30; Montpelier 8:15.25; Old Fort 8:21.03.

110 hurdles-Rowan Shaw (TC) 14.54; Conkle (LB) 14.67; Smithey (Elm) 15.05; Rieman (CG) 15.13.

100-Andrew Shreswbury (Wood) 10.96; Strup (Tin) 11.02; Tobin (Fview) 11.14; Hall (Tin) 11.28.

800 relay-Calvert (Steve Smith, Ren Boehler, Nate Ritzler, Shane Boehler) 1:30.96; Liberty-Benton 1:31.35; Bluffton 1:31.90; Elmwood 1:32.22.

1600-Zack Alexander (OF) 4:27.52; Lehman (Tin) 4:27.72; Brodman (TC) 4:29.32; Smith (Hilltop) 4:29.59.

400 relay-Lima Central Catholic (Jon Washington, Lee Stewart, Jamir Coleman, MyKale Rogers) 43.13; Tinora 43.41; Tiffin Calvert 43.76; Liberty-Benton 43.92.

400-Matt Tobin (Fview) 48.81; Sherrieb (LB) 49.80; Stratton (Bluf) 51.07; Fischer (Ever) 51.40.

300 hurdles-Rowan Shaw (TC) 38.87; Smithey (Elm) 38.88; Timothy Reinhart (NR) 40.01; Conkle (LB) 40.15

800-Dean Rodabaugh (VB) 1:55.80; Shoup (Mont) 1:56.40; Harnish (Bluf) 1:56.50; Alexander (OF) 1:57.50.

200-Matt Tobin (Fview) 22.00; Rogers (LCC) 22.01; Shrewsbury (Wood) 22.28; Strup (Tin) 22.51.

3200-Jake Graham (CG) 10:13.01; Lucius (HL) 10:13.73; Strausbaugh (Elm) 10:13.74; Oram (TC) 10:15.21.

1600 relay-Liberty-Benton (Chase Conkle, Jacob Clagg, Dakota Conkle, Joseph Sherrieb) 3:25.38; Patrick Henry 3:26.71; Bluffton 3:26.85; Tiffin Calvert 3:27.86.

Discus-Zach Garber (Vanlue) 159-11; Vogt (CG) 159-0; Dunlap (Ant) 154-08; Rankin (Mar) 152-05.

High jump-Ian Hoyt (LB) 6-4; Smith (Ayers) 6-2; Moore (Mar) 6-2; Peeples (Edon) 6-02.

Long jump-MyKale Rogers (LCC) 24-03; Coleman (LCC) 21-10; Grothaus (CG) 21-07.75; Sherrieb (LB) 21-07.25.

Shot put-Nick Demaline (LC) 51-02; Loeffler (Ever) 50-05.25; Carrizales (PH) 49-05; Tipping (Ever) 49-03.25.

Pole vault-Nathan Alexander (OF) 15-0; Wolfe (CG) 15-0; Grothaus (CG) 14-04; Larick (Car) 14-04.

Girls

Team standings: Toledo Christian 57, Bluffton 52, Waynesfield-Goshen 49, Fremont St. Josep, Arlington 38, Van Buren 32, Sandusky St. Mary 28, Archbold 22.5, Crestline 21, McComb 20, Wynford 20, Colonel Crawford 18, Gibsonburg 17, Carey 17, Liberty Center 17, Norwalk St. Paul 16, Tinora 15, Edon 13, Pettisville 13, Pandora-Gilboa 12, Tiffin Calvert 11, Patrick Henry 10, Columbus Grove 10, Mansfield St. Peter's 10, Allen East 9, Mohawk 8, Fairview 8, Northwood 7, St. Wendelin 6, North Baltimore 6, Lima Central Catholic 6, Woodmore 6, Maumee Valley 6, Lakota 6, Stryker 5, Upper Scioto Valley 5, Seneca East 5, Ashland Crestview 4, Cory-Rawson 4, Ayersville 3, Riverdale 2, Mansfield Christian 2. Edgerton 1, Monroeville 0.5

3200 relay-Toledo Christian (Darian Westmeyer, Michelle Wright, Delainey Phelps, Krista Wood) 9:39.24; Bluffton 9:44.30; Archbold 9:51.26; Liberty Center 9:52.26.

100 hurdles-Corri Ruffener (Wyn) 15.28; Imbrock (PH) 15.44; Horn (Goshen) 15.51; Blohm (FSJ) 15.65.

100-Ivy Horn (Goshen) 12.45; Burkin (FSJ) 12.54; Benson (VB) 12.55; Horn (Goshen) 12.56.

800 relay-St. Paul (Olivia Livengood, Maddie Meyer, Bella Stoll, Lydia Ott) 1:44.99; Bluffton 1:45.96; Carey 1:46.26; Arlington 1:46.73.

1600-Delainey Phelps (TC) 5:10.98; Kaatz (SMCC) 5:13.18; Wood (TC) 5:15.12; Tropf (VB) 5:16.80.

400 relay-Colonel Crawford (Bailey Schott, Chelsey Webster, Taylor Clayton, Taylor Kelso) 50.27; Tinora 50.47; St. Paul 50.67; Mansfield St. Peter's 50.74.

400-Amber Schreck (Crest) 58.58; DeRiso (SMCC) 58.92; Reynolds (Gib) 59.63; Guagenti (Bluf) 59.72.

300 hurdles-Sydney Stoll (Edon) 45.39; Ruffener (Wyn) 45.92; Horn (Goshen) 46.46; Blohm (FSJ) 46.65.

800-Hannah Chappell-Dick (Bluf) 2:12.13; Smith (TC) 2:16.07; Kaatz (SMCC) 2:18.68; Garrow (Arch) 2:20.08.

200-Sarah Benson (VB) 25.50; Horn (Goshen) 25.63; Burkin (FSJ) 25.83; Reynolds (Gib) 25.84.

3200-Krista Wood (TC) 11:32.16; Phelps (TC) 11:57.59; Haubert (LC) 11:59.70; McMath (Arl) 12:11.99.

1600 relay-Bluffton (Jill Steinmetz, Julie Althaus, Lydia Guagenti, Hannah Chappell-Dick) 4:01.35; Archbold 4:04.28; Sandusky St. Mary 4:06.82; Allen East 4:07.35.

Discus-Rebecca Leppelmeir (McComb) 130-02; Reinhart (FSJ) 125-10; Flick (FSJ) 122-07; Pendleton (Wood) 119-01.

High jump-Riley Eversole (CG) 5-05; Guagenti (Bluf) 5-04; Newell (Car) 5-03; Huston (Str) 5-01.

Long jump-Sarah Benson (VB) 17-08.75; Beck (Arl) 17-02; Schreck (Crest) 16-06.5; Horn (Goshen) 16-05.25.

Shot put-Rebecca Leppelmeir (McComb) 42-04; Grinnell (Fview) 42-01.25; Bolen (Gib) 40-06; Daniel (SE) 39-06.26.

Pole vault-Ellie Braidic (PG) 12-0; Thompson (Arl) 11-06; Hotaling (NB) 11-0; Horn (Goshen) 10-06.

NBA

Playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

(best-of-7)

x-if necessary

Thursday

Miami 105, Indiana 93, Miami wins series 4-2

Today

Philadelphia at Boston, 8, series tied 3-3

CONFERENCE FINALS

(best-of-7)

x-if necessary

Sunday

Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 8:30

Tuesday

Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 9

Thursday

San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 9

Saturday

San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 8:30

Monday

Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 9

Wednesday

San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 9

Friday

x-Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 9

TENNIS

Open de Nice Cote d'Azur

Nice, France

Men

Singles

Quarterfinals

Gilles Simon (2), France, d. Thomaz Bellucci, Brazil, 7-5, 6-0.

Nikolay Davydenko, Russia, d. John Isner (1), United States, 6-4, 7-6 (9-7).

Nicolas Almagro (3), Spain, d. Steve Darcis, Belgium, 6-4, 6-4.

Brian Baker, United States, d. Mikhail Kukushkin, Kazakhstan, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4).

Semifinals

Nicolas Almagro (3), Spain, d. Gilles Simon (2), France, 6-1, 6-3.

Brian Baker, United States, d. Nikolay Davydenko, Russia, 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, 6-2.

Internationaux de Strasbourg

Strasbourg, France

Singles

Semifinals

Francesca Schiavone (2), Italy, d. Sloane Stephens, United States, 7-5, 6-1.

Alize Cornet, France, d. Pauline Parmentier, France, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3.

Brussels Open

Brussels, Belgium

Singles

Semifinals

Agnieszka Radwanska (1), Poland, d. Kaia Kanepi (8), Estonia, 7-6 (10-8), 6-3.

Simona Halep, Romania, d. Sofia Arvidsson, Sweden, 6-4, 6-3.

PREP BASEBALL

TRAC Consolation Semifinals

Whitmer000 000 0 - 0 1 1

St. Francis000 101 x - 2 9 0

WP- Lein; LP- Hickey. Sobieszczanski (SF) 3-3, 2b, RBI

Central d. Lima Senior (forfeit) Consolation finals Sunday, 5 p.m., St. Francis vs. Central, Mercy Field

TRAC Championship Semifinals

Findlay vs. St. John's, 11 a.m. Saturday, Mercy Field

Clay vs. Fremont Ross, 2 p.m. Saturday, Mercy Field.

Regional finals

Division I

Region 3-Bowling Green/Cleveland

Westlake 10, Ashland 7

Division II

Region 6-Tiffin

Wapakoneta 6, Defiance 1

Division III

Region 10-Elida

Lima Cent. Cath. 1, Bloom-Carroll 0

Division IV

Region 14-Hamler

Tinora 9, Leipsic 2

COLLEGE BASEBALL

MAC TOURNAMENT

Miami 2, Central Michigan 1

Kent State 8, Buffalo 3

Central Michigan 6, Eastern Michigan 4

Buffalo 10, Western Michigan 8

Colonial

Fort Worth, Texas, par 70

Jason Dufner65-64-129

Zach Johnson64-67-131

Bo Van Pelt69-64-133

Tommy Gainey66-67-133

Tom Gillis65-69-134

Ryan Palmer68-67-135

Harris English65-70-135

Rickie Fowler68-68-136

John Huh70-66-136

Ryan Moore67-69-136

Bryce Molder72-64-136

Kevin Chappell70-67-137

Andres Romero66-71-137

Kyle Reifers65-72-137

Charlie Wi68-69-137

Greg Owen69-68-137

Louis Oosthuizen71-67-138

Bobby Gates71-67-138

David Mathis71-67-138

Jim Furyk69-69-138

Greg Chalmers70-69-139

Carl Pettersson70-69-139

Vijay Singh70-69-139

Charley Hoffman69-70-139

Tim Clark70-69-139

Seung-Yul Noh70-69-139

John Daly70-69-139

Sergio Garcia66-73-139

Sung Kang70-69-139

Marc Leishman72-68-140

John Senden69-71-140

Hunter Mahan69-71-140

Chris Kirk71-69-140

Sang-Moon Bae70-70-140

Michael Thompson69-71-140

Jonas Blixt73-67-140

Chris DiMarco66-74-140

Geoff Ogilvy70-70-140

Jason Bohn70-70-140

Gary Woodland70-70-140

Jonathan Byrd72-68-140

Brendon de Jonge67-74-141

Matt Kuchar72-69-141

Kevin Na70-71-141

Aaron Baddeley71-70-141

Trevor Immelman70-71-141

Brendon Todd70-71-141

Martin Flores68-73-141

William McGirt70-71-141

Will Claxton72-69-141

Blake Adams69-72-141

Ben Crane70-71-141

George McNeill72-69-141

Corey Pavin71-70-141

Josh Teater70-71-141

Roberto Castro67-74-141

Brandt Jobe67-75-142

Chad Campbell71-71-142

Y.E. Yang73-69-142

Justin Leonard69-73-142

Jerry Kelly72-70-142

Kris Blanks73-69-142

Kelly Kraft71-71-142

J.J. Killeen72-70-142

Chris Stroud69-73-142

Nick Watney71-71-142

Mark Wilson71-71-142

Rory Sabbatini71-71-142

Pat Perez69-74-143

Heath Slocum70-73-143

Hunter Haas71-72-143

Edward Loar72-71-143

Boo Weekley72-71-143

Ken Duke68-75-143

Bill Haas72-71-143

Gary Christian70-73-143

John Mallinger71-72-143

David Hearn71-72-143

Miguel Angel Carballo75-68-143

Senior PGA

Benton Harbor, Mich., par 71

Roger Chapman68-67-135

John Cook69-66-135

Hale Irwin71-66-137

Steve Pate70-69-139

Loren Roberts72-67-139

Joel Edwards73-67-140

David Frost70-70-140

Jim Carter70-71-141

Mark Calcavecchia73-68-141

Michael Allen77-64-141

Bernhard Langer73-68-141

Lonnie Nielsen71-70-141

Bob Tway72-69-141

Boonchu Ruangkit72-69-141

Peter Senior74-67-141

Gene Jones71-71-142

Scott Simpson75-67-142

Bobby Clampett71-71-142

Jay Don Blake71-72-143

Wayne Levi73-70-143

Larry Mize74-69-143

Mark McNulty71-72-143

J. L. Lewis70-73-143

John Huston73-70-143

Fred Couples76-67-143

Mark James73-70-143

Kiyoshi Murota73-70-143

Kirk Triplett73-70-143

Paul Wesselingh71-72-143

Steve Jones74-70-144

Bill Britton73-71-144

Dick Mast73-71-144

Tim Thelen75-69-144

Andrew Oldcorn74-70-144

Jay Haas70-74-144

Willie Wood72-72-144

Joe Daley73-72-145

Jeff Hart72-73-145

Anders Forsbrand71-74-145

Tom Lehman76-69-145

Tom Jenkins75-70-145

Christopher Williams74-71-145

Jeff Sluman70-75-145

Kenny Perry75-70-145

Sandy Lyle74-71-145

Mark Brooks78-67-145

Bruce Vaughan76-69-145

David J. Russell76-69-145

Mark Mouland72-73-145

P.H. Horgan, III72-74-146

Peter Fowler75-71-146

Bill Glasson74-72-146

Blaine McCallister74-72-146

Tom Pernice, Jr.76-70-146

Gary Wolstenholme79-67-146

Ted Schulz73-73-146

Andrew Magee73-74-147

Jong-Duck Kim75-72-147

Barry Lane74-73-147

Russ Cochran73-74-147

Jeff Freeman74-73-147

Jeff Coston76-71-147

Sonny Skinner77-70-147

Mike Hulbert77-70-147

Tom Atchison76-71-147

Rod Spittle75-72-147

Bobby Wadkins76-71-147

Jim Gallagher, Jr.75-72-147

Tom Purtzer77-70-147

Tom Wargo74-73-147

Stan Utley73-74-147

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

EASTERN CONFERENCE

WLTPtsGFGA

New York832262618

D.C.743242517

Sporting KC73122159

Chicago533181413

Columbus443151112

New England461131415

Houston334131011

Montreal363121318

Philadelphia2628813

Toronto FC0900721

WESTERN CONFERENCE

WLTPtsGFGA

San Jose823272615

Real Salt Lake832261912

Seattle73223158

Vancouver533181213

Colorado561161716

Chivas USA46214813

FC Dallas374131321

Portland353121114

Los Angeles372111419

NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.

Today

Los Angeles at Houston, 2:30

Philadelphia at Toronto FC, 4:30

Chicago at Columbus, 7

New England at D.C., 7:30

Montreal at Colorado, 9

FC Dallas at Real Salt Lake, 9

Vancouver at Portland, 10

Seattle at Chivas USA, 10:30

Sunday

San Jose at Sporting KC, 4:30

WNBA

Eastern Conference

WLPctGB

Connecticut301.000-

Indiana201.000 1/2

Atlanta11.5001 1/2

Chicago11.5001 1/2

Washington01.0002

New York04.0003 1/2

Western Conference

WLPctGB

Minnesota301.000-

Los Angeles21.6671

Phoenix11.5001 1/2

San Antonio11.5001 1/2

Seattle02.0002 1/2

Tulsa02.0002 1/2

FRIDAY

Connecticut 83, San Antonio 79

Atlanta 100, New York 74

Indiana 83, Chicago 72

Thursday

Minnesota 92, Los Angeles 84

Today

Tulsa at Washington, 7

Los Angeles at Phoenix, 10

Sunday

Indiana at Atlanta, 3

Seattle at Minnesota, 7

NHL

Playoffs

CONFERENCE FINALS

(best-of-7)

x-if necessary

Friday

New Jersey 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT, New Jersey wins series 4-2

STANLEY CUP FINALS

Wednesday

Los Angeles at New Jersey, 8 p.m.

FOOTBALL

Arena Football League

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Central Division

WLTPctPFPA

San Antonio730.700547522

Chicago630.667522512

Iowa470.364578655

Kansas City180.111332478

West Division

WLTPctPFPA

San Jose730.700649548

Arizona730.700669524

Utah640.600646640

Spokane640.600591584

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

South Division

WLTPctPFPA

Georgia640.600477506

Tampa Bay550.500526557

Jacksonville550.500520497

New Orleans450.444508512

Orlando190.100396507

Eastern Division

WLTPctPFPA

Philadelphia730.700680554

Cleveland630.667474414

Milwaukee360.333505523

Pittsburgh280.200470557

FRIDAY

Jacksonville 55, Orlando 37

Spokane 68, Iowa 62

TODAY

Milwaukee at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.

Arizona at New Orleans, 8 p.m.

Georgia at Kansas City, 8 p.m.

San Antonio at Utah, 9 p.m.

Chicago at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

SPORTLIGHT

May 26

1925-In Detroit's 8-1 win over the Chicago White Sox, Ty Cobb becomes the first to collect 1,000 career extra-base hits. He finished his career with 1,139.

1959-Harvey Haddix of the Pittsburgh Pirates pitches 12 perfect innings before losing to the Milwaukee Braves, 1-0 in the 13th on an error, a sacrifice and Joe Adcock's double.

1985-Danny Sullivan misses almost certain disaster and holds off Mario Andretti and the rest of the fastest field in auto racing to win the Indianapolis 500. On the 119th lap, Sullivan spins his racer 360 degrees, narrowly avoiding both the wall and Andretti.

1987-Boston's Larry Bird steals an inbounds pass from Detroit's Isiah Thomas and feeds over his shoulder to a cutting Dennis Johnson for the winning basket as the Celtics pulls out an improbable 108-107 win over Detroit in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

1988-The Edmonton Oilers, with MVP Wayne Gretzky leading the way, beat the Boston Bruins 6-3 to complete a four-game sweep and win their fourth Stanley Cup in five years.

1991-Rick Mears passes Michael Andretti with 12 laps to go and wins his fourth Indianapolis 500, by 3.1 seconds. Mears joins A.J. Foyt and Al Unser as the only four-time winners.

1994-Haiti's Ronald Agenor wins the longest match since the French Open adopted the tiebreaker. Agenor takes the 71st and final game of a second-round match with David Prinosil of Germany. His five-hour, 6-7 (4-7), 6-7 (2-7), 6-3, 6-4, 14-12 victory involves the most games in a French Open match since 1973.

2000-New Jersey finishes the greatest comeback in a conference final when the Devils win the last three games of the series, beating the Flyers 2-1 in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final. Patrik Elias scores his second goal of the game with 2:32 to play for the win.

2004-Andy Roddick loses at the French Open-to Frenchman Olivier Mutis, who is ranked 125th. With the five-set loss, Roddick joins Andre Agassi and eight other compatriots on the way home, making it the first Grand Slam tournament in more than 30 years without a U.S. man in the third round.

2005-Americans Andy Roddick, James Blake and Vince Spadea fail to make it through the opening week at the French Open. For the second year in a row-and the second time at a Grand Slam event in more than 30 years-no American man makes it out of the second round.

SPORTS NOTE

BASKETBALL SHOOTOUT: Northwest Ohio Basketball is hosting four Shootouts -- June 2-3 at Central Catholic, June 9-10 at Otsego, June 16-17 and June 23-24 at Clay. These are for 3rd-12th grade boys and girls (based on 2012- 2013 school year). Choose between one and three games. Information: Vince at 419-283-5296.

ROSSFORD SOCCER COACH: Rossford High School has an opening for a girls' varsity soccer coach. Information; Ken Rosplochowski, krosplochowski@rossford schools.org. Cutoff date to apply is June 4.

ST. FRANCIS FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE: St. Francis High School is looking for varsity/jv football scrimmage August 10/11. Also week two freshman and JV game. Contact Dick Cromwell 419-531-1618.

SPORTS CAMPS: St. John's Jesuit High School & Academy will hold a variety of sports camps from June-July. Boys entering grades 4-9 are eligible to participate. Information or to sign up, visit sjjtitans.org/summercamps or call Laurie Powell at 419-865-5743, ext. 246.

CULVER LINE

Major League Baseball

National League

FAVORITELINEUNDERDOGLINE

at New York-150San Diego+140

Washington-140at Atlanta+130

at Miami-125San Francisco+115

at Pittsburgh-130Chicago+120

at St. Louis-150Philadelphia+140

at Cincinnati-145Colorado+135

at Los Angeles-150Houston+140

Milwaukee-115at Arizona+105

American League

Detroit-130at Minnesota+120

at Texas-170Toronto+160

New York-155at Oakland+145

at Baltimore-125Kansas City+115

at Chicago-130Cleveland+120

at Boston-130Tampa Bay+120

at Seattle-150Los Angeles+140

NBA Playoffs

FAVORITELINEO/U UNDERDOG

at Boston5 1/2(170 1/2) Philadelphia

Local Golf

TWGDA 13-24-35 Team Event

at Hantz GC

1 - Diane Burkholder, Valleywood GC ; Fran Lyons, Valleywood GC; Pam Hardy, Valleywood GC; Deb Smith, Valleywood GC, 131.

2 - Carol Durentini, Toledo GC; Dianne Roberts, Stone Ridge GC; Alice Heslet, Fremont CC; Patty Wilkens, Fremont CC, 136.

3 - Kathy Williams, unattached; Holly Bennett, Toledo CC; Connie Kemp, Hantz GC; Susan Purewal, Belmont CC 138.

HOLE IN ONE

JOE DIAMOND on No. 12 at Ottawa Park, 103 yards, 9-iron.

Transactions

BASEBALL

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Recalled RHP Stu Pomeranz and C Ronny Paulino from Norfolk (IL). Optioned C Luis Exposito to Norfolk. Designated INF-OF Bill Hall for assignment.

CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Placed LHP John Danks on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Jose Quintana from Charlotte (IL).

CLEVELAND INDIANS-Recalled INF Juan Diaz from Akron (EL). Optioned RHP Zach McAllister to Columbus (IL).

TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Placed OF Ben Francisco on the 15-day DL. Optioning LHP Evan Crawford to Las Vegas (PCL). Recalled 1B David Cooper from Las Vegas. Selected the contract of RHP Ryota Igarashi from Las Vegas. Transferred RHP Dustin McGowan to the 60-day DL.

National League

COLORADO ROCKIES-Placed C Ramon Hernandez on the 15-day DL. Selected the contract of C Wil Nieves from Colorado Springs (PCL). Transferred INF Hector Gomez from the 15-to the 60-day DL.

MIAMI MARLINS-Recalled LHP Dan Jennings from New Orleans (PCL).

MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Recalled RHP Mike McClendon from Nashville (PCL).

NEW YORK METS-Selected the contract of RHP Jack Egbert from Buffalo (IL). Optioned LHP Robert Carson to Binghamton (EL). Released RHP D.J. Carrasco.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Recalled INF-OF Matt Hague from Indianapolis (IL). Designated OF Nate McLouth for assignment.

Eastern League

ALTOONA CURVE-Announced RHP Duke Welker was promoted to Indianapolis (IL).

American Association

EL PASO DIABLOS-Signed INF Martin Parra and LHP Marc Gomez.

LAREDO LEMURS-Acquired OF Stephen Douglas from York (Atlantic) for a player to be named. Traded 1B Jorge Delgado to Fargo-Moorhead for a player to be named.

LINCOLN SALTDOGS-Signed INF Joe Spiers and INF Nate Wilder. Released INF Leugim Barroso and LHP Aaron Odom.

Atlantic League

LONG ISLAND DUCKS-Signed RHP Josh Lansford.

Frontier League

EVANSVILLE OTTERS-Acquired OF DeAngelo Mack from Somerset (Atlantic) for a player to be named. Released 1B Nick Farnsworth.

LONDON RIPPERS-Signed UT Tony Delmonico and RHP Denver Wynn.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NBA-Fined Miami coach Erik Spoelstra $25,000 for critical public comments about how the Miami/Indiana playoff series was being officiated.

NEW YORK KNICKS-Signed coach Mike Woodson to a multiyear contract extension.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CINCINNATI BENGALS-Signd G Kevin Zeitler to a four-year contact.

OAKLAND RAIDERS-Named Erin Exum media relations coordinator.

Canadian Football League

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS-Signed WR Johnny Aprile and WR Doug Pierce.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

MONTREAL CANADIENS-Named Rick Dudley assistant general manager. Signed assistant general manager Larry Carriere to a contract extension.

OTTAWA SENATORS-Signed F Jakub Culek and F Darren Kramer to three-year contracts.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

MLS-Suspended Seattle MF Osvaldo Alonso two games and fined him an undisclosed amount for a reckless challenge of Columbus MF Cole Grossman in a May 23 game. Suspended LA Galaxy MF Hector Jimenez one additional game and fined him an undisclosed amount for a challenge that demonstrated disregard for the safety of San Jose D Steven Beitashour in a May 23 game.

COLLEGE

MONTANA-Signed men's basketball coach Wayne Tinkle and women's basketball coach Robin Selvig, to contract extensions through the 2014-15 seasons.

MUHLENBERG-Named Tod Gross baseball coach.

PITTSBURGH-Announced junior transfer G Trey Zeigler was cleared by the NCAA to play basketball next season.

COLLEGE LACROSSE

NCAA Div. I

Semifinals

Saturday

At Gillette Stadium

Foxborough, Mass.

Loyola (Md.) vs. Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m.

Duke vs. Maryland, 5 p.m.

Championship

Monday

At Gillette Stadium

Foxborough, Mass.

TBD, 1 p.m.

PREP SOFTBALL

Regionals

Division I

Final: Notre Dame vs. Elyria, Saturday, noon, at Clyde

Division III

Final: Archbold vs. Milan Edison, Saturday, noon, at Ashland Brooksdie Park

Division IV

Final: Mohawk vs. Crestview, Saturday, noon, at Findlay High School



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