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BOYS BASKETBALL

Today

Northern Buckeye Conf.

Otsego at Eastwood

Elmwood at Fostoria

Lake at Genoa

Woodmore at Rossford

Friday

City League

Bowsher at Scott

Woodward at Rogers

Waite at Start

Three Rivers Athletic Conf.

Central Catholic at St. Francis

Lima Senior at Clay

Whitmer at Findlay

Fremont Ross at St. John's

Northern Lakes League

Anthony Wayne at Northview

Springfield at Bowling Green

Southview at Maumee

Perrysburg at Napoleon

Toledo Area Athletic Conf.

Ottawa Hills at Danbury

Gibsonburg at Emmanuel Christian

Northwood at Toledo Christian

Liberty Center at Maumee Valley

Northwest Ohio Athletic League

Archbold at Wauseon

Delta at Bryan

Swanton at Evergreen

Montpelier at Patrick Henry

Other Northwest Ohio

New Riegel at Fremont St. Joseph

Old Fort at Fostoria St. Wendelin

Lakota at North Baltimore

Edon at Fayette

North Central at Pettisville

Arcadia at Arlington

Ayersville at Holgate

McComb at Liberty-Benton

Leipsic at Van Buren

Southeast Michigan

Pioneer at Bedford

Blissfield at Ida

Onsted at Erie Mason

Britton-Deerfield at Summerfield

Whiteford at Whitmore-Lake

Saturday

City League

Dayton Marshall at Rogers

Scott at Cleveland JFK

Waite at Clay

Lake at Woodward

Three Rivers Athletic Conf.

Elida at Central Catholic

Whitmer at Norwalk

Northern Lakes League

Bedford at Northview

Delta at Springfield

Northern Buckeye Conf.

Genoa at Swanton

Rossford at Liberty-Benton

Toledo Area Athletic Conf.

Evergreen at Ottawa Hills

Northwest Ohio Athletic League

Bryan at Hicksville

Pettisville at Liberty Center

Fayette at Montpelier

Patrick Henry at Defiance

Other Northwest Ohio

Marion Catholic at Fremont St. Joseph

Cory-Rawson at Fostoria St. Wendelin

Upper Scioto Valley at North Baltimore

Carey at Arcadia

Miller City at Holgate

Oak Harbor at Huron

Sandusky St. Marys at Port Clinton

Lima Central Catholic at Van Buren

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Today

Three Rivers Athletic Conf.

St. Ursula at Central Catholic

Clay at Lima Senior

Findlay at Whitmer

Notre Dame at Fremont Ross

Toledo Area Athletic Conf.

Northwood at Danbury

Gibsonburg at Toledo Christian

Maumee Valley at Ottawa Hills

Northwest Ohio Athletic League

Wauseon at Archbold

Bryan at Delta

Evergreen at Swanton

Patrick Henry at Montpelier

Other Northwest Ohio

Lakota at Fremont St. Joseph

North Baltimore at Fostoria St. Wendelin

Fayette at Edon

Pettisville at North Central

Holgate at Ayersville

Arlington at Arcadia

Van Buren at Liberty-Benton

Friday

Northern Lakes League

Anthony Wayne at Northview

Springfield at Bowling Green

Southview at Maumee

Perrysburg at Napoleon

Northern Buckeye Conf.

Woodmore at Eastwood

Genoa at Elmwood

Otsego at Fostoria

Rossford at Lake

Other Northwest Ohio

Oak Harbor at Clyde

Sandusky Perkins at Port Clinton

Southeast Michigan

Bedford at Pioneer

Blissfield at Ida

Onsted at Erie Mason

Britton-Deerfield at Summerfield

Whiteford at Whitmore

Saturday

City League

Rogers at Chandler Park (Mich.)

Lake Ridge Academy at Scott

Three Rivers Athletic Conf.

Fremont Ross at Lima Senior

Perrysburg at Notre Dame

Northern Lakes League

Springfield at Wauseon

Toledo Area Athletic Conf.

Fremont St. Joseph at Gibsonburg

Maumee Valley at Old Fort

Swanton at Toledo Christian

Northwest Ohio Athletic League

Holgate at Archbold

Ottawa-Glandorf at Bryan

Fayette at Montpelier

Patrick Henry at North Baltimore

Other Northwest Ohio

Mohawk at Arcadia

 

Start 12 4 17 15 – 48

Waite 8 6 9 10 – 33

START: Jones 1-1-0-5; McDuffie 2-1-0-7; Hicks 10-0-20; Bobo 6-0-12; Randolph 2-0-4. Totals 21-2-0-48.

WAITE: Henry 3-0-6; Works 3-2-1-13; Caldwell 2-2-0-10; Kenney 2-0-4. Totals 10-4-1-33.

Woodward 7 2 2 4 – 15

Rogers 24 32 32 14 – 102

WOODWARD: Edwards 0-1-0-3, Rubin 1-0-2, Stamper 1-0-2, Barnett 4-0-8. Totals: 6-1-0-15.

ROGERS: Dailey 8-0-16, Austin 6-1-0-15, Person 3-0-6, Reynolds 5-2-12, Easley 3-2-8, Sweeney 5-1-0-13, Johnson 5-1-0-13, Daniels 3-1-7, Williams 3-0-6, Pease 3-0-6. Totals: 44-3-5-102.

Bowsher 18 15 18 20 – 71

Scott 11 8 7 7 – 33

BOWSHER: Dixon 1-1-3, Mater 5-7-17, Gregory 2-3-7, Westhoven 6-0-12, Bryant 3-1-7, Wade 7-9-23, Fifer 1-02. Totals: 25-21-71

SCOTT: Rivers 1-2-4, Williams 1-0-2, Lane 2-2-6, Bryson 4-0-8, Bishop-Harris 0-1-1, Easter 0-1-0-3, Besteder 1-1-4-9. Totals: 9-2-9-33.

 

Transactions

BASEBALL

National League

COLORADO ROCKIES–Agreed to terms with INF Jonathan Herrera on a one-year contract.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES–Agreed to terms with OF Joe Mather on a minor league contract.

American Association

KANSAS CITY T-BONES–Signed LHP Steve Kent.

Can-Am League

QUEBEC CAPITALES–Released RHP Jamie Richmond.

Frontier League

FLORENCE FREEDOM–Signed RHP Brandon Mathes to a contract extension.

JOLIET SLAMMERS–Signed INF Nate Wilder and 1B Jerod Yakubik to contract extensions.

RIVER CITY RASCALS–Sent C Ben Hewett to Joliet Slammers to complete a previous trade. Signed SS Bo Cuthbertson and LHP Tim Dudley.

WASHINGTON WILD THINGS–Sent RHP Albert Ayala to the Kansas City (AA) to complete a previous trade.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES–Signed G-F Chris Johnson to a 10-day contract.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS–Signed general manager John Hammond to a contract extension through the 2015-16 season.

SAN ANTONIO SPURS–Assigned G Cory Joseph to Austin (NBADL).

FOOTBALL

National Football League

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS–Named Ron Milus secondary coach and Kent Johnston strength and conditioning coach.

Canadian Football League

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS–Signed OL Glenn January to a contract extension.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL–Suspended Philadelphia F Brayden Schenn one game for charging New Jersey D Anton Volchenkov in a Jan. 22 game.

MONTREAL CANADIENS–Assigned F Mike Blunden to Hamilton (AHL).

SAN JOSE SHARKS–Signed C Scott Gomez to a one-year contract.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

FC DALLAS–Waived MF Ricardo Villar and MF James Marcelin.

NEW YORK RED BULLS–Announced they mutually agreed with D Wilman Conde in the termination his contract.

SPORTING KANSAS CITY–Announced they have entered into a two-year partnership with and Orlando City (USL PRO).

COLLEGE

ILLINOIS–Named Jim Bridge offensive line coach.

LOUISVILLE–Agreed to terms with football coach Charlie Strong on an eight-year contract extension.

NORTH CAROLINA–Suspended junior G Leslie McDonald for three games.

 

PRO FOOTBALL

NFL post-season

Wild-card Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 5

Houston 19, Cincinnati 13

Green Bay 24, Minnesota 10

Sunday, Jan. 6

Baltimore 24, Indianapolis 9

Seattle 24, Washington 14

Divisional Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 12

Baltimore 38, Denver 35, 2OT

San Francisco 45, Green Bay 31

Sunday, Jan. 13

Atlanta 30, Seattle 28

New England 41, Houston 28

Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 20

San Francisco 28, Atlanta 24

Baltimore 28, New England 13

Pro Bowl

Sunday, Jan. 27

At Honolulu

AFC vs. NFC, 7 p.m. (NBC)

Super Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 3

At New Orleans

Baltimore vs. San Francisco, 6 p.m. (CBS)

 

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

State Coaches Poll

Division I

1. Lakewood St. Edward (13) 130

2. Massillon Perry 112

3. Cincinnati Moeller 102

4. Brcksville-Brdview Hghts 93

5. Clay 68

6. Marysville 43

7. Solon 36

8. Wadsworth 28

9. Maple Heights 24

10. Loveland 17

Division II

1. St. Paris Graham (12) 120

2. Cuyahoga Falls CVCA 93

3. Lexington 79

4. (tie) Steubenville 60

4. (tie) Uhrichsville Claymont 60

6. Clyde 53

7. Walsh Jesuit 50

8. Wauseon 31

9. Mentor Lake Catholic 30

10. St. Vincent-St. Mary 24

Division III

1. Apple Creek Waynedale (5) 68

2. Troy Christian (2) 64

3. Delta 55

4. Mechanicsburg 44

5. Dayton Christian 34

6. Shadyside 26

7. Archbold 24

8. Rootstown 19

9. Massillon Tuslaw 12

10. Beachwood 10

(Poll compiled by members of the Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association. First-place votes in parentheses followed by total voting points.)

Regional quarterfinals

GENOA 58, SWANTON 22: 106-Demilio (G) p. Bradish, 1:03, 113-McCoy (S) p. Widmer, 1:15, 120-Bates (G) by forfeit, 126-Morrison (G) p. Timpe, 1:13, 132-Reeder (G) p. Sego, 1:35, 138-Moore (G) by forfeit, 145-Keenan (G) by forfeit, 152-Fejes (G) p. Nyler, :40, 160-Szymanski (G) p. Houston, 1:18, 170-Snider (G) m.d. Brown, 11-3, 182-Reisinger (S) m.d. Drummond, 17-7, 195-Price (S) by forfeit, 220-Nino (G) p. Nowakowski, :43, 285-Vellor (S) p. Cutchall, 1:50.

LAKE 35, OTSEGO 34: 106-Keister (L) p. Agan, :57, 113-Baus (O) p. Church, 5:59, 120-Limes (O) by forfeit, 126-Soto (O) m.d. Perkins, 10-1, 132-West (O) by forfeit, 138-Glosser (O) d. Bryan, 2-1, 145-Salaz (L) p. Miller, 2:31, 152-Meek (L) d. Tercha, 4-0, 160-Kitchen (O) d. Plummer, 3-2, 170-Cruz (L) d. Glenn, 4-1, 182-Zuhlsdorf (O) p. Crull, 195-Hall (L) m.d. Toney, 10-2, 220-Adkins (L) p. Hoiles, 1:49, 285-Hankish (L) by forfeit.

LIMA SHAWNEE 35, Napoleon 24: 106-Beard (N) by forfeit, 113-Roberts (L) d. Pedraza, 8-6, 120-Pedraza (N) d. (N) d. Henon, 5-3, 126-Askins (L) p. Brackman, :24, 132-Kuhlman (L) d. Smith, 10-2, 138-Plaugher (L) Mahlman, 11-6, 145-Arthur (L) p. Medina, 1:26, 152-Kohlhorst (L) m.d. Pettit, 13-0, 160-Cox (L) d. Leatherman, 7-5, 170-Hefner (L) Funchion, 12-10, 182-Hixenbaugh (L) d. Hoskins, 8-6, 195-Pettit (N) by forfeit, 220-Pettit (N) d. Wise, 4-3, 285-Ramsey (N) p. howell, 2:12.

WAUSEON 77, VAN WERT 6: 106-Crowell (W) by forfeit, 113-Sluder (W) by forfeit, 120-Campbell (W) by forfeit, 126-Hodges (W) p. Hammond, 1:06, 132-Whitcomb (W) p. Crisenbery, 1:21, 138-Yarnell (W) p. Rutkowski, :32, 145-Campbell (W) t.f. Thompson, 16-0, 152-Frost (W) p. Stoller, 3:01, 160-Schuette (W) p. Royer, 1:35, 170-Lane (W) p. Daniels, 4:40, 182-Vonier (W) by forfeit, 195-Harris (W) by forfeit, 220-Krall (W) p. Thomas, :27, 285-Contreras (V) p. Mack, :50.

ARCHBOLD 61, FAIRVIEW 18: 106-Arce (A) p. Reineck, :19, 113-Meyer (A) p. Laguna, 1:19, 120-Short (A) t.f. Trobridge, 16-0, 126-Rufenacht (A) p. Lechleidner, 2:43, 132-Eggers (A) m.d. Kelley, 15-7, 138-Zimmerman (A) p. Sidle, :27, 145-Day (A) p. Roose, 1:35, 152-Grime (A) m.d. Carpenter, 11-3, 160-Meyer (F) p. Zimmerman, 5:24, 170-Czartoski (F) p. Humbert, 1:14, 182-Bell (A) p. Johns, :44, 195-Jaramillo (A) p. Rossman, 3:02, 220-Hatchett (F) p. Humbert, 2:15, 285-klinger (A) p. holtsberry, 1:53.

LIBERTY CENTER 45, PAULDING 33: 106-Seals (P) by forfeit, 113-Vollmar (L) p. Mink, 3:33, 120-Cox (L) p. Foster, 5:54, 126-Deatrick (P) d. Eling, 8-6, 132-Armbrecht (L) p. Wesley, 4:55, 138-Niner (L) by forfeit, 152-Knipp (L) p. Nichols, 1:37, 160-Carnahan (L) d. Jarrell, 9-8, 170-Spieth (L) p. Deatrick, 2:57, 182-Schindler (P) by forfeit, 195-Valdez (P) by forfeit, 220-Ash (P) by forfeit, 285-Manz (P) by forfeit.

Maumee 31, Northview 25: 106-Jaioudi (N) d. Lachapelle 10-6; 113-Cole (M) d. Rempe 8-2; 120-Camargo (M) def. Dilday 6-3; 126-Sholl (M) d. Adams 7-3; 132-Hosler (N) d. McCullough 12-4; 138-A. Arroyo (M) pin Sporleder :55; 145-Moody (N) d. Jones 2-1; 152-Pawelczyk (N) d. Goyetche 3-0; 160-Parish (N) win via forfeit; 170-Puhl (M) d. Schumacher 11-3; 195-J. Arroyo (M) win via forfeit; 220-Grzegorzewski (M) win via forfeit; 285-Snook (N) pin Ja. Arroyo 2:25.

Woodmore 52, Bucyrus 19: 106-Ulinski (W) forfeit; 113-Schnittker (W) pin Ponziani :14; 120-Cowell (W) forfeit; 126-Datkun (W) forfeit; 132-Gaghen (W) d. Faulkner 14-5; 145-Rozzi (W) pin Schluter 1:15; 152-Ratz (W) forfeit; 160-Campbell (B) pin Zatko 3:31; 170-Neeley (B) d. J. Flores 9-0; 182-Young (W) pin Spence :48; 195-Linke (W) pin Emahiser :32; 220-Johns (B) d. H. Flores, 3-0; 285-Beltz (B) forfeit.

Elida 42, Bowling Green 33: 106 Double Forfeit; 113 Dallas Duron (BG) dec. Blaine Hunter(E) 7-3; 120 Tyler Duron (BG) Forfeit; 126 Dakota Rolfe (E) pin Sergio Mata (BG) 1:05; 132 Nick Pauff (E) pin Zach Keller (BG) 2:40; 138 Christain McCarthy (E) Forfeit; 145 Caleb Matheny (BG) Forfeit; 152 Alec Cahill (E) pin Brock Goris (BG) 0:54; 160 Issac Nichols (E) pin Kaleb O'Brien (BG) 2:54; 170 Collin Poling (E) pin Nathan Neal (BG) 2:29; 182 Tyler Smith (E) pin Jayden Taulker (BG) 1:33; 195 Manny Carrillo (BG) pin Jordan Rothermal (E) 1:17; 220 T.J. Jacobs (BG) Forfeit; 285 Devin Allen (BG) Forfeit;

Defiance 50, Bryan 30: 106 Kasym Assaf (D)Forfeit; 113 Ryan Lantow (D)Forfeit; 120 Austin Owens (B) pin Daniel Barajas (D) 1:16; 126 Santana Villareal (D) pin Brett Driscoll (B) 1:48; 132 Riley Zipfel (D) tech. fall Rian Green (B) 15-0; 138 Francisco Chavez (D) pin Sam Brenneman (B) 1:19; 145 Seth Meyer (D) tech. fall Skyler Nagel (B) 16-0; 152 Zach Botek (D) maj. dec. Gavin Saul (B) 11-3; 160 Shelden Struble (B) Forfeit; 170 Wes Walter (B) pin Anthony Martinez (D) 1:17; 182 Brock Nagel (B) pin A.J. Readon (D) 1:25; 195 Elijah Osborne (D) Forfeit; 220 Bronson Beck (B) pin Zach Morris (D) 1:06; 285 John Seibert (D) pin Justen Shepherd (B) 4:50

Central Catholic 71, Elida 12: 106 Josh Portillo (CC) tech. fall Blaine Hunter (E) 16-0; 113 Matt Pool (CC) Forfeit; 120 Josh Mossing (CC) pin Dakota Rolfe (E) 0:49; 126 Nate Hagan (CC) Forfeit; 132 Nick Pauff (E) pin Nigel Cramer (CC) 5:40; 138 Alex Mossing (CC)pin Christain McCarthy (E) 0:32; 145 Richard Jackson (CC) pin Alec Cahill (E) 0:45; 152 Colin Kaucher (CC) Forfeit; 160 Lucas Beauch (CC) pin Issac Nichols (E) 1:49; 170 Shawn Murrey (CC)pin Collin Poling (E) 1:36; 182 Tyler Smith (E) Forfeit; 195 Michael Gregory (CC) pin Jordan Rothermal (E) 1:01; 220 Chris Norwood (CC) Forfeit; 285 JQuan Fisher (CC) Forfeit

Southview 44, St. Francis 33: 106- Billings (S) forfeit; 113-Ruiz (S) forfeit; 120-Boyer (S) forfeit; 126-Newbold (S) pin Kanderski 4:52; 132-Grunberg (S) maj. dec. Bali ; 138-Schenk (SF) pin Crawford 1:47; 145-Mulvaney (S) pin Shubert 5:13; 152-Haddix (SF) forfeit; 160-Sowders (S) maj. dec. Perez ; 170-Welling (SF) tech. fall Wittman ; 182-Evans (SF) maj. dec. Yevtich; 195-Uram (SF) pin Schroeder :25; 220-Topolski (S) pin Flesh :21; 285-Burns (SF) pin Kapela :58

Clay 69, Whitmer 6: 106-True 9 (C) forfeit; 113-Berning 10 (C) maj. dec. Lutz 14-6; 120-Screptock 10 (C) forfeit; 126-Hennamen 12 (C) dec. Wingate 10-4; 132-Nelson 11 (C) pin Sa 2:11; 138-Nelson 10 (C) dec. Rihan 4-3; 145-Todd 11 (C) forfeit; 152-Dickens 11 (C) tech. fall Torres 17-2; 160-Dominique 12 (C) pin Torres 2:49; 170-Stencel 11 (C) pin Barnett 1:39; 182-Stencel 9 (C) forfeit; 195-Silva 12 (C) forfeit; 220-Koester 10 (C) forfeit; 285-Moore 12 (W) pin Zapata 5:47

Elmwood 52, Fostoria 8: 113-Andrich (E) dec. Struble 5-1; 120-Pennington (E) dec. Leonard 6-4; 126-Benschoter (E) maj. dec. Smith 10-1; 132-Daughterman (E) dec. Hossler 6-4; 138-Hall (E) pin Fuller 1:25, 145-Baer (E) dec. Cantero 4-2; 152-Green (F) dec. Jasso 4-2; 160-Hathaway (E) pin Bilodiya 1:19; 170-Reynolds (F) tech. fall Dyer 15-0; 182-Ramsey (E) forfeit; 195-LaWare (E) forfeit; 220-Uzelac (E) forfeit; 285-Krouse (E) pin Lincoln (Fostoria) :49

Delta 65, Evergreen 9: 106-Rayfield (D) pin Miller :15; 113-Spiess (D) pin Herr :46; 120-Keller (D) tech. fall Mildenstein 16-0; 126-Dailey (D) forfeit; 132-Marteney (D) forfeit; 138-Valentine (D) pin Kasefang 2:29; 152-Fahrer (D) forfeit; 160-Mattin (D) pin Boerger :53; 170-Patchin (E) dec. Keller 6-0; 182-Francis (D) forfeit; 195-Richards (D) forfeit; 220-Parker (D) pin Zylvitis :49; 285-Nichols (E) forfeit.

 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Women

Mid-American Conference

WEDNESDAY

Ball St. 69, Buffalo 55

Toledo 77, Akron 65

W. Michigan 54, N. Illinois 51

Cent. Michigan 77, Ohio 48

TODAY

Eastern Michigan at Kent State, 7

Miami at Bowling Green, 7

EAST

Bucknell 53, Lehigh 37

Butler 75, UMass 61

Navy 61, American U. 42

Notre Dame 73, Pittsburgh 47

Providence 65, Villanova 60, OT

St. Bonaventure 48, Rhode Island 28

Syracuse 60, St. John's 57

Temple 59, Penn 51

UMBC 70, Stony Brook 59

Vermont 61, Maine 53

SOUTH

Duquesne 73, VCU 51

Saint Louis 52, Richmond 49

South Alabama 56, W. Kentucky 46

W. Carolina 88, Furman 83, 3OT

MIDWEST

Adrian 63, St. Mary's (Ind.) 59

Baylor 66, Iowa St. 51

Calvin 82, Albion 38

Fordham 48, Xavier 41

Hope 90, Kalamazoo 38

Indiana Tech 81, Michigan-Dearborn 78

Kansas 76, Texas 38

Kansas St. 76, Oklahoma St. 70, OT

Lawrence Tech 67, Marygrove 65

Madonna 67, Lourdes 55

Ripon 67, Beloit 42

Siena Heights 52, Cornerstone 37

St. Francis (Ill.) 66, Spring Arbor 46

Wilmington (Ohio) 71, Muskingum 57

SOUTHWEST

Abilene Christian 53, Angelo St. 39

Incarnate Word 57, Texas A&M-Kingsville 33

Tarleton St. 71, Texas Woman's 69

UALR 77, FAU 45

Men

Mid-American Conference

WEDNESDAY

Akron 71, Toledo 56

Bowling Green 70, Kent St. 55

Buffalo 66, Ball St. 63

N. Illinois 74, Cent. Michigan 61

Ohio 74, Miami 62

W. Michigan 63, E. Michigan 59

Big Ten Conference

WEDNESDAY

Indiana 72, Penn St. 49

Northwestern 55, Minnesota 48

TUESDAY

Ohio St. 72, Iowa 63

Michigan St. 49, Wisconsin 47

Illinois 71, Nebraska 51

NATIONAL

EAST

American U. 72, Navy 49

Boston U. 85, Albany (NY) 80, OT

Brooklyn 85, St. Joseph's (NY) 76

Clarion 80, Lock Haven 62

Colgate 93, Army 90, OT

Dominican (NY) 68, Post (Conn.) 63

Drexel 55, Hofstra 52

George Mason 77, Towson 67

George Washington 66, Rhode Island 65

Gettysburg 72, McDaniel 56

La Salle 54, Butler 53

Lafayette 63, Holy Cross 53

Lehigh 65, Bucknell 62

MIT 55, Clark U. 50

Northeastern 95, William & Mary 91, 2OT

Philadelphia 74, Goldey Beacom 53

Saint Louis 73, Duquesne 64

Scranton 80, Moravian 65

Seton Hall 55, South Florida 47

St. Bonaventure 73, Saint Joseph's 64

St. John's 72, Rutgers 60

St. Rose 76, Merrimack 72

Stony Brook 67, UMBC 60

Susquehanna 86, Juniata 70

Temple 76, Penn 69

Thiel 65, Westminster (Pa.) 63

West Virginia 71, TCU 50

William Paterson 60, Montclair St. 43

SOUTH

Campbell 69, Radford 60

Charleston Southern 79, Presbyterian 59

Charlotte 63, Xavier 57

Delaware St. 63, Howard 46

Georgia St. 81, UNC Wilmington 63

James Madison 64, Delaware 50

Miami 90, Duke 63

Milligan 76, Va. Intermont 58

Roanoke 82, Emory & Henry 65

Southern Miss. 102, Marshall 46

UCF 78, Rice 67

UNC Asheville 63, Coastal Carolina 60

MIDWEST

Dayton 96, Fordham 51

Loyola of Chicago 67, Cleveland St. 55

Otterbein 72, Marietta 62

Wilmington (Ohio) 93, Muskingum 69

Youngstown St. 68, Wright St. 61

 

NBA

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

New York 25 14 .641 -1/2

Brooklyn 26 16 .619 —

Boston 20 21 .488 51/2

Philadelphia 17 25 .405 9

Toronto 15 27 .357 11

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Miami 27 12 .692 —

Atlanta 24 18 .571 41/2

Orlando 14 27 .341 14

Charlotte 10 32 .238 181/2

Washington 9 30 .231 18

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Indiana 26 16 .619 —

Chicago 25 16 .610 1/2

Milwaukee 22 18 .550 3

Detroit 16 26 .381 10

Cleveland 11 32 .256 151/2

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

San Antonio 33 11 .750 —

Memphis 27 14 .659 41/2

Houston 22 22 .500 11

Dallas 18 24 .429 14

New Orleans 14 27 .341 171/2

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Oklahoma City 33 9 .786 —

Denver 26 18 .591 8

Utah 22 19 .537 101/2

Portland 20 21 .488 121/2

Minnesota 17 22 .436 141/2

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

L.A. Clippers 32 11 .744 —

Golden State 25 15 .625 51/2

L.A. Lakers 17 25 .405 141/2

Sacramento 16 26 .381 151/2

Phoenix 13 28 .317 18

Wednesday

Atlanta 104, Charlotte 92

Miami 123, Toronto 116, OT

Brooklyn 91, Minnesota 83

Denver 105, Houston 95

Memphis 106, L.A. Lakers 93

Chicago 85, Detroit 82

New Orleans at San Antonio, 8:30

Washington at Utah, 9

Indiana at Portland, 10

Phoenix at Sacramento, 10

Oklahoma City at Golden State, 10:30

Today

Toronto at Orlando, 7

New York at Boston, 8

L.A. Clippers at Phoenix, 10:30

Detroit 23 24 21 14 – 82

Chicago 14 24 19 28 – 85

Detroit: Prince 5-12 0-0 11, Maxiell 3-6 0-0 6, Monroe 4-13 1-3 9, Knight 4-9 5-5 13, Singler 5-7 0-1 12, Stuckey 5-16 1-2 11, Drummond 4-6 0-0 8, Bynum 3-9 3-3 9, Daye 1-3 0-0 3, Villanueva 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-82 10-14 82.

Chicago: Butler 6-14 5-6 18, Boozer 7-14 2-2 16, Noah 3-8 4-8 10, Hinrich 0-5 0-0 0, Hamilton 4-8 2-2 11, Gibson 5-7 4-5 14, Belinelli 2-5 1-1 5, Robinson 4-9 2-2 11, Mohammed 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 31-71 20-26 85.

 

ECHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Reading 28 10 2 2 60 151 116

Elmira 21 17 2 2 46 139 137

Wheeling 18 14 3 5 44 115 121

Trenton 16 18 3 3 38 118 134

North Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Cincinnati 24 14 3 1 52 129 112

Toledo 21 16 0 4 46 133 117

Fort Wayne 22 19 1 1 46 126 144

Kalamazoo 17 19 3 1 38 113 121

Evansville 16 23 1 3 36 117 148

South Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Greenville 26 14 2 2 56 154 134

Gwinnett 26 16 1 1 54 122 113

Florida 20 14 3 4 47 142 145

S. Carolina 20 21 1 3 44 117 125

Orlando 18 20 2 2 40 116 136

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Mountain Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Alaska 31 10 0 2 64 142 108

Idaho 25 10 1 4 55 155 115

Colorado 20 18 1 2 43 146 136

Utah 15 18 2 3 35 121 149

Pacific Division

W L OL SL Pts GF GA

Ontario 29 10 1 2 61 156 113

Stockton 21 15 4 3 49 145 142

Las Vegas 18 17 1 3 40 105 111

San Francisco 15 20 1 4 35 115 149

Bakersfield 12 27 2 2 28 113 164

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

WEDNESDAY

ECHL at Colorado, 9:05

TODAY

No games scheduled

 

Sports Note

Presale tickets for the Perrysburg at Notre Dame girls basketball game on Saturday will be on sale at Notre Dame Academy's main office lobby on Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is $6 for adults and $4 for students. No passes will be accepted at the door. A sellout is anticipated.

 

NHL

WEDNESDAY

Toronto 5, Pittsburgh 2

N.Y. Rangers 4, Boston 3, OT

Calgary at Vancouver, 10

Columbus at Phoenix, 10

TODAY

N.Y. Islanders at Toronto, 7

N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 7

Montreal at Washington, 7

Buffalo at Carolina, 7

Ottawa at Florida, 7:30

Nashville at St. Louis, 8

Chicago at Dallas, 8:30

Columbus at Colorado, 9

Los Angeles at Edmonton, 9:30

Phoenix at San Jose, 10:30

 

GLANTZ-CULVER LINE

NFL

Sunday

Pro Bowl

At Honolulu

FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG

NFC 3 1½ (85½) AFC

Feb. 3

Super Bowl

At New Orleans

San Francisco 5 3½ (47½) Baltimore

NCAA Basketball

FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG

at Mississippi 8½ Tennessee

VCU 8½ at Richmond

at Michigan 17 Purdue

at UALR 5 FAU

Virginia 3½ at Virginia Tech

at Florida St. 4½ Clemson

at La. Lafayette 4½ FIU

Middle Tenn. 7½ at North Texas

at South Alabama 4 W. Kentucky

Arkansas St. 6½ at Troy

at Utah Pk California

at Arizona 10½ UCLA

at UNLV 9½ Wyoming

at Utah St. 7 Texas-Arlington

at Loyola Marymount 5 Pepperdine

at Colorado 3 Stanford

at Seattle 9 UTSA

at Idaho 12 Texas St.

San Francisco 2 at Portland

at Cal Poly 5 Hawaii

Louisiana Tech 6 at San Jose St.

at UC Davis 2 Cal St. Fullerton

at Pacific 15 UC Riverside

at UC Santa Barbara 2 CS Northridge

at Arizona St. 6 Southern Cal

at Gonzaga 10½ BYU

at Saint Mary's (Cal) 15 San Diego

at Wofford 10 Furman

at Elon 11½ Chattanooga

Davidson 7 at W. Carolina

at Appalachian St. 6 Georgia Sthrn

at E. Kentucky 6 Tennessee St.

at Oakland 14½ IUPUI

W. Illinois 2½ at IPFW-x

at Fairfield 13½ Marist

at UNC Greensboro 5½ Samford

Belmont 8 at Morehead St.

at Coll. of Charleston 19 The Citadel

at South Dakota 14 Nebraska-Omaha

at SIU-Edwardsville 1½ SE Missouri

Murray St. 7½ at Tenn. Tech

at Jacksonville St. 11 Austin Peay

at E. Illinois 7 UT-Martin

at N. Arizona Pk N. Colorado

at S. Utah 1½ Portland St.

at Montana 15 Idaho St.

Weber St. 7½ at Montana St.

at Sacramento St. 3½ North Dakota

x-at Gates Sports Center

NBA

FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG

at Orlando 4½ Toronto

New York 1 at Boston

L.A. Clippers 4½ at Phoenix

NHL

FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE

at Toronto -130 N.Y. Islanders +110

at Philadelphia -130 N.Y. Rangers +110

at Washington -135 Montreal +115

at Carolina -125 Buffalo +105

Ottawa -115 at Florida -105

at St. Louis -175 Nashville +155

Chicago -130 at Dallas +110

at Colorado -170 Columbus +150

Los Angeles -125 at Edmonton +105

at San Jose -180 Phoenix +160

 

SPORTLIGHT

Jan. 24

1956–Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks captures the first of his NBA record four All-Star MVP awards. Pettit leads the West team with 20 points and 24 rebounds in a 108-94 win over the East.

1981–Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders scores his 50th goal in the 50th game of the season in a 7-3 victory over the Quebec Nordiques.

1982–Ray Wersching kicks a Super Bowl record-tying four field goals to help the San Francisco 49ers beat the Cincinnati Bengals 26-21.

1986–Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders scores his 1,000th career point with an assist in a 7-5 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

1990–Winston-Salem State basketball coach Clarence "Big House" Gaines wins his 800th career game, 79-70 over Livingstone.

1999–David Duval shoots a magic number–a round of 59 that matches the best score in PGA Tour history. Duval surges from seven strokes off the pace for a one-stroke victory over Steve Pate in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Duval makes an 8-foot eagle putt on No. 18 to match the 59s shot by Al Geiberger in the 1977 Memphis Classic and Chip Beck in the 1991 Las Vegas Invitational. The 13-under 59 is the best closing round in tour history.

2007–Colorado's Joe Sakic has four assists to lead the Western Conference to a 12-9 victory in the NHL All-Star game. Daniel Briere, one of three starters from Eastern Conference-leading Buffalo, has a goal and four assists and is selected the MVP.

2010–Kelly Kulick becomes the first woman to win a PBA Tour title, beating Chris Barnes in the final of the 45th Tournament of Champions. Kulick outscores Barnes 265-195 to take home the $40,000 first prize and a two-year PBA Tour exemption.

2010–Peyton Manning throws three touchdown passes and the Indianapolis Colts rally from an 11-point, first-half deficit to beat the New York Jets 30-17 in the AFC championship game.

2010–The New Orleans Saints make it to their first Super Bowl after battering Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings 31-28 in overtime on unheralded Garrett Hartley's 40-yard field goal.

 

TENNIS

Australian Open

Doubles

Men

Semifinals

Bob and Mike Bryan (1), United States, d. Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini, Italy, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1.



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