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HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
North Division YESTERDAY
STANDINGS, STATISTICS W L Pct. GB No games scheduled
Scranton/WB 26 13 .667 – TODAY
City League Kelsey Gladieux, M 50 15 9 0 8 5 .300 Heather Delong, M
Ashley Herr, E
51
78
20
30
15
20
3
4
11
19
13
13
.392
.385
Pawtucket 22 16 .579 41/2 Syracuse at Louisville, 11:05 a.m.
PITCHING Amanda Taylor, S 64 23 11 0 9 8 .359 Rochester 19 18 .514 7 Columbus at Buffalo, 1:05 p.m.
League Overall IP H R ER SO W L ERA Syracuse 17 20 .459 9
Clay 11-0 22-5 Stacy Wyse, A 65 22 25 2 21 6 .338 Toledo at Gwinnett, 7 p.m.
Kim Bryson, P 88 53 28 9 161 10 4 0.72 1
St. Ursula 10-1 20-5 Olivia O’Reilly, Sv 98 55 24 11 127 8 5 0.79
Megan Schwyn, E 93 31 26 1 11 6 .333 Lehigh Valley 15 23 .395 11 /2 Scranton/WB at Pawtucket, 7:05 p.m.
Central Catholic 8-3 18-8 Lauren Langenderfer, E 82 26 11 0 14 7 .317 Buffalo 10 27 .270 16
Dani Haley, AW 74 56 21 10 113 11 1 0.95 Paige Onweller, S 48 15 12 0 6 14 .313 Durham at Lehigh Valley, 7:05 p.m.
Whitmer 8-3 16-11 Emily Kurfis, AW 106 73 26 16 153 9 5 1.06 South Division
Notre Dame 6-4 6-16 Morgan Ducey, A 61 19 14 0 13 1 .311 Indianapolis at Charlotte, 7:15 p.m.
Sarah Haynam, Sv 71 67 27 11 71 7 4 1.08 Taylor Langenderfer, E 87 27 25 0 10 22 .310 W L Pct. GB
Bowsher 5-6 6-17 Ashlyn Michalak, Sp142 72 34 23 182 18 3 1.13 Rochester at Norfolk, 7:15 p.m.
Libbey 0-10 0-11 Kara Stahl, R 118 131 58 35 58 9 8 2.08 PITCHING Norfolk 26 12 .684 – TOMORROW
Rogers N/A N/A Meredith Stanford, M1012/3 74 115 34 63 9 9 2.34 IP H R ER SO W L ERA Durham 24 15 .615 21/2 Toledo at Gwinnett, 7 p.m.
Scott N/A N/A Ali Sayre, N 99 102 54 38 65 4 8 2.69 Lauren Kern, A 1032/3 51 13 7 181 15 3 .47 Gwinnett 20 20 .500 7
Start N/A N/A Scranton/WB at Pawtucket, 7:05 p.m.
Waite N/A N/A
Aly Matthews, N 802/3 67 58 38 77 6 7 3.30 Nicole Natter, E 1702/3 91 23 14 254 20 5 .57 Charlotte 17 22 .436 91/2 Syracuse at Louisville, 7:05 p.m.
Tori Meyer, PH 791/3 47 29 16 122 8 4 1.41
Woodward N/A N/A Not reporting: Bowling Green. Michelle Thiel, D 124 79 40 26 180 13 6 1.47 West Division Durham at Lehigh Valley, 7:05 p.m.
HITTING Suburban Lakes League Brooke Willibey, M 62 63 39 16 62 5 5 1.81 W L Pct. GB Columbus at Buffalo, 7:05 p.m.
AB H R HR RBI SB AVG D. Held, B 1532/3109 82 55 146 11 12 2.51 Columbus 20 20 .500 –
Kirsten Martinez, S 114 118 98 43 93 8 11 2.64 Indianapolis at Charlotte, 7:15 p.m.
Torie Allen, SU 77 42 33 2 26 13 .545 League Overall Elysia Bohner, M 51 47 35 23 28 3 4 3.16
Indianapolis 18 20 .474 1 Rochester at Norfolk, 7:15 p.m.
Lauren Grana, SU 83 41 28 0 16 6 .494 Eastwood 11-1 20-3 1
Louisville 18 21 .462 1 /2
Kim Crawford, Clay 100 47 30 0 25 14 .470 Elmwood 9-3 15-7 Not reporting: Liberty Center, Wauseon.
Ashley Sujkowski, CC 81 36 25 2 27 4 .444 Genoa 8-4 15-10
Toledo 17 22 .436 21/2
Brittney Guerrero, B 55 24 10 0 15 14 .436 Woodmore 8-5 16-8 TAAC
Eryn Simon, Clay 91 39 32 4 34 4 .429 Gibsonburg 5-8 13-10
Kelley Molloy, W
Torie Terry, W
78
81
Danielle Holmes, Clay 100
32
33
40
19 1 23 2 .410
28 0 8 13 .407
27 0 18 2 .400
Lake
Lakota
Otsego
4-8
3-9
N/A
11-14
8-15
N/A
Cardinal Stritch
Ottawa Hills
League
7-0
4-3
Overall
9-9
11-2
NFL
Alexis Molik, W 83 33 27 0 4 16 .398 Danbury 3-3 7-8
HITTING

Vick out of prison, in


Bianca Braman, ND 62 24 19 0 12 0 .387 Northwood 2-6 8-15
Bitty Treece, ND 83 32 14 3 26 0 .386 AB H R HR RBI SB AVG Emmanuel Christian 1-5 8-6
Lydia Loy, SU 72 27 21 2 21 8 .375 Katie Dewyre, Ea 83 46 34 0 21 1 .554 Toledo Christian N/A N/A
Stacy Sumner, W 83 31 21 0 21 6 .373 Megan Schnell, Lake 78 36 19 1 17 7 .462
Ashleigh Whitacre, CC 82 30 23 0 12 5 .366 Brooke Albright, Ea 84 38 30 3 33 12 .452 HITTING
Jill Bain, ND 78 28 28 0 6 9 .359 Morgan Arnold, El 66 28 16 3 19 3 .424 AB H R HR RBI SB AVG

home confinement
Sarah Stibaner, Clay 79 28 13 0 30 1 .354 Jimmi Gangwer, Ea 72 29 14 3 26 3 .403 Erin Dull, OH 55 25 9 0 14 0 .455
Katie Trausch, SU 77 27 18 0 16 1 .351 Adrienne Lowe, Lake 86 33 17 1 10 11 .384 Gabrielle Vitale, OH 55 25 10 0 19 2 .455
Amanda McCardy, SU 69 23 23 0 13 3 .333 Amber Bickford, Lako 71 27 23 0 10 7 .380 Allyson Baden, EC 36 16 12 0 9 0 .444
Emily Sifuentes, CC 82 27 11 4 29 5 .329 Alicia Bickford, Lako 70 26 13 0 23 1 .371 Amanda Sinay, CS 48 21 16 0 3 13 .438
Julie Mouch, SU 51 16 15 0 4 4 .314 Megan Eisenhour, Ea 67 24 12 1 13 1 .358 Blair Okorowski, CS 51 22 9 0 17 1 .431
Jess Batanian, ND 52 16 7 0 2 0 .308 Samantha Pollard, El 45 16 5 0 4 4 .356 Kristen Roznoski, CS 54 23 21 1 5 18 .426
Andrea Glowczewski, SU 72 22 14 0 8 2 .306 Alaina Haubert, Gi 69 24 15 0 12 5 .348 Lacey Anagnostu, EC 42 17 17 0 6 3 .405
Casidy Bumbera, Ge 73 25 16 3 11 1 .342 Sammie Brisbin, N 67 26 25 0 15 9 .388 ASSOCIATED PRESS return. Out back, between the
PITCHING Bailey Ulinski, W 74 25 13 0 9 22 .338 Devin Pollock, D 45 17 14 1 10 2 .378
HAMPTON, Va. — Michael Vick
IP H R ER SO W L ERA Beth Knott, Ea 74 25 10 0 19 4 .338 Emily Armstrong, EC 41 15 14 0 7 2 .366 house and a pond, maintenance
Erin Screptock, Clay 61 36 12 6 73
Erin Seiler, CC 1551/3 85 44 17 243
9 1
15 7
.69
.77
Lauren Lind, Lake 81 27 16 0 11 12 .333 Karla Dixon, OH 55 20 16 1 6 12 .364 is out of prison and headed home, workers got the swimming pool
Julie Swartzmiller, Ge 70 23 13 0 11 8 .329 Shelby Sampsel, OH 42 15 11 0 8 4 .357
Lydia Loy, SU 891/3 44 17 11 84 12 4 .86 Mackenzie Whitman, Lake 75 24 10 0 14 0 .320 Diana Stevenson, EC 32 11 13 0 3 1 .344 penniless and reviled for running ready.
Grace Ammons, SU 70 40 17 12 102 8 1 1.20 Kristin Martin, Ea 57 18 22 0 11 1 .316 Nancy Rumpf, OH 56 19 10 0 6 5 .339 a vicious dogfighting ring but
Kasey Graham, Clay 115 85 34 23 118 12 4 1.40 Morgan Lewis, Lako 54 17 6 0 6 2 .315 Tessa Deckebach, OH 45 15 4 0 4 1 .333
Vick was sentenced to 23
Hayli Erdmann, W 1151/3 90 34 29 108 10 8 1.76 Emma Sullivan, W 61 19 7 0 6 4 .311 Emily Henzler, N 52 16 11 0 8 5 .308 hopeful for a second chance at his months in federal prison for fi-
Torie Terry, W 582/3 54 28 17 52 6 3 2.03 Sami Michaelis, W 71 22 11 0 3 6 .310 Ashley Lu, N 63 19 13 0 11 5 .302
Ashley Boring, ND 112 95 57 40 85 2 11 2.50 Kelsey Feasel, El 68 21 11 1 13 2 .309 Kelcie McGhee, D 40 12 12 0 8 0 .300
once-charmed nancing a dogfighting conspiracy.
Marissa Jones, ND 72 42 42 29 61 4 7 2.82 Vanessa Schwind, El 65 20 15 0 8 0 .308
PITCHING life as a star NFL He won’t be released from federal
Kerri Gangwer, Ea 79 24 16 1 15 0 .304
Not reporting: Rogers, Scott, Start, Waite, IP H R ER SO W L ERA quarterback. custody until July 20, but his de-
Woodward. PITCHING Natalie Temme, OH 1022/3 40 61 17 131 11 7 1.16
The sus- parture from Leavenworth begins
IP H R ER SO W L ERA Katie Turski, CS 85 81 59 28 78 8 5 2.31
Northern Lakes League Sami Michaelis, W 151 76 27 17 235 14 6 .79 Rachel Harnica, EC 96 90 67 43 100 8 6 3.14 pended quar- a new chapter.
Marissa Lee, El 1192/3 84 36 20 121 11 4 1.17 Kelcie McGhee, D 872/3 91 56 40 88 7 7 3.19
League Overall Christine Foster, Ea 125 93 35 24 127 17 3 1.34 terback served “It’s a happy day for him to be
Anthony Wayne 11-3 20-6 Not reporting: Toledo Christian.
Perrysburg 7-5 14-8
Sarah Muncey, Ge 119 103 36 26 125 12 6 1.53 19 months in starting this part of the process,”
Southview 5-5 15-9
Adrienne Lowe, Lake 116 89 51
Sam. Stainbrook, Gi 106 90 40
36
36
73
86
7
8
10
8
2.17
2.38 Area Leaders prison on the said Larry Woodward, Vick’s Vir-
Northview 4-7 10-15
Rossford 3-9 12-12 Not reporting: Otsego. Overall dogfighting ginia-based attorney, said. “He
Fostoria 22-4
Maumee 2-9 10-14
NWOAL St. Wendelin 18-2 conviction that looks forward to meeting the chal-
Bowling Green N/A N/A
North Baltimore 17-5 capped one of lenges he has to meet.”
HITTING League Overall
Vick
AB H R HR RBI SB AVG Archbold 6-2 19-3 HITTING the most aston- His ultimate goal is a return to
AB H R HR RBI SB AVG
Ashley Williams, R 77
Cassidty Gauthier, R 59
32
24
16 0 20 3 .416
17 0 11 3 .407
Evergreen
Delta
6-2
5-2
21-6
16-9 A. Weis, St.Wendelin 56 32 20 0 4 11 .571 ishing falls in the NFL, but Woodward said Vick’s
Emily Estrich, Sv 75 30 11 0 1 5 .400 Bryan 4-3 11-13 J. Frost, N.Balt 51 25 18 3 16 3 .490 sports history — one that stole his first priority “is spending time
Brittany Richburg, Sp 69 27 18 0 9 8 .391 Patrick Henry 3-4 13-7 A. Beechum, Fostoria 79 38 17 3 25 4 .481
Patrece Gibson, Sp 67 26 21 0 12 8 .388 Montpelier 3-5 12-9 A. Hall, Fostoria 78 37 21 2 11 13 .474 wealth and popularity. with his children and his loved
Sarah Bores, AW 79 30 19 0 13 7 .380 Swanton 1-6 10-15 A. Smith, N.Balt
M. Carpenter, N.Balt
74
74
31
31
22 0 17 1 .419
21 0 12 26 .419
“Football is on the back-burner ones.”
Kimmy Granata, P 71 27 13 2 19 2 .380 Liberty Center N/A N/A
Stephanie Baker, AW 88 33 17 0 13 14 .375 Wauseon N/A N/A L. Euler, N.Balt 72 30 27 6 30 8 .417 for now,” said agent Joel Segal, Chief among his challenges is
K. Seel, Fostoria 80 33 19 3 18 0 .413
Mareshah Scott, M 70 26 17 0 2 22 .371
HITTING E. Stewart, N.Balt 55 22 23 7 18 4 .400 who negotiated Vick’s 10-year, rehabilitating his image and con-
Crystal Briggs, R 58 21 11 0 12 1 .362
Jordan Gauthier, R 76 27 14 0 16 2 .355 AB H R HR RBI SB AVG B. Vannaman, N.Balt 72 28 20 0 18 9 .389 $130 million contract with the At- vincing the public and Goodell
Michelle Thiel, D 87 51 21 7 44 1 .586 L. Goroski, St.Wendelin 68 26 31 5 21 13 .382
Krista Haley, Sp
Jamie Winzeler, P
77
66
27
23
17 3 28 1 .351
16 0 6 3 .348 Courtney Day, A 63 32 21 3 29 7 .508 K. Schiefer, St.Wendelin 56 21 21 0 20 5 .375 lanta Falcons but will be asking for that he is truly sorry for his crime,
Bekka Apardian, N 81 28 20 0 3 11 .346 Brooke Willibey, M
Adrienne Dick, D
54
85
27
40
20 1 15 18 .500
35 3 16 4 .471
T. Newlove, Fostoria
L. Stahl, St.Wendelin
83
55
31
20
15 2 23 2 .373
17 0 13 2 .364
substantially less if his tarnished and that he is prepared to live a
Melissa Sigg, AW 78 26 18 3 15 2 .333
Steph Messenger, P 70 23 19 6 19 3 .329 Kali Schuler, D 91 40 31 4 17 8 .440 G. Keels, Fostoria 78 28 12 1 10 0 .359 client’s suspension is lifted by NFL different life — goals that will de-
Carly Damman, Sv 68 22 8 1 14 5 .324 Lauren Kern, A 71 31 26 0 8 16 .437 R. White, Fostoria 87 30 16 0 3 6 .345 commissioner Roger Goodell.
Lindsey Bandeen, Sp 79 25 16 1 20 5 .316 Tori Meyer, PH 53 23 16 0 13 13 .434 T. Burns, St.Wendelin 56 19 25 0 10 3 .339 pend more on deeds than words.
Emily Rockman, Sp 70 22 13 0 13 3 .314 Andrea Allan, A 66 28 28 4 26 11 .424
PITCHING Falcons owner Arthur Blank “It goes beyond, ‘Has he paid
Chelsea Reese, PH 67 28 17 0 14 13 .418
Amanda Schuster, Sv 74
Dani Haley, AW 81
23
25
11 0 9 1 .311
13 2 18 3 .309 Tiffany Ehlers, PH 67 28 19 1 13 0 .418 IP H R ER SO W L ERA said Vick deserves a second his debt to society?’ Because I
K. Seel, Fostoria 1502/3 75 33 11 295 19 4 0.51
Anne Yenrick, R 65 20 11 0 11 0 .308 Hailey Phillips, PH 65 27 23 2 21 0 .415
C. Rutter, St. Wend 862/3 52 25 12 113 14 1 0.97 chance, but it won’t be with At- think that from a legal standpoint
Olivia O’Reilly, Sv 75 23 9 0 18 0 .307 Alyssa Schaub, A 61 25 27 2 21 16 .410
B. Vannaman, N.B. 842/3109 45 28 65 10 3 2.31 lanta, which has severed ties with and financially and personally, he
its former star. has,” Blank said at an NFL owners’
Vick, who turns 29 in June, meeting.
In states where there are more agents before signing periods left the federal penitentiary in Part of Vick’s problem was the

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than one NFL team, those clubs
will be expected to negotiate how
to proceed with the lottery.
t Talks were held on a tougher
begin, which could theoretically
make it tougher for a team to re-
sign its own player. The proposed
change would likely install a short
Leavenworth, Kan., by car early
yesterday, undetected by hordes
of reporters who had staked out
the prison.
company he kept, Blank said, and
weeding out the bad influences
and associating with people who
have his best interests at heart will
anti-tampering stance involving window of opportunity for teams Avoiding the media will be be a key to redemption and a pos-
the meetings closed yesterday tougher in Hampton, where he
morning with a 2½-hour session: free agents, although Goodell said to talk to free agents before the sible return to the NFL.
some owners simply suggested signing period begins — but with will serve two months in home
t Seeking ways to generate new “There’s the expression ‘you are
confinement. His five-bedroom
revenue streams, NFL clubs can that clubs adhere to the rules al- no contracts finalized. what you eat.’ To some extent, you
brick house is at the end of a cul-
now arrange to have their logos on ready in place. The issue was tabled yesterday. are who you hang with too, and
de-sac, where at least a half-dozen
cards sold by their respective state Some teams have said clubs Talks will continue, Goodell said, that does have an effect on lives
satellite trucks and several report-
lotteries. have illegally reached out to and a vote is likely in October. ers and camera crews awaited his for all of us,” he said.

At Skeldon Stadium Singles


NHL TRANSACTIONS NBA Southview vs. St. Francis, 4:15 p.m.
Quarterfinals
Clay vs. St. John’s, 6:30 p.m.
(Final at noon) Chicara Oshima (Findlay) d. Travis Steine-
BASEBALL Houston. Fined Real Salt Lake D Ian Joy $500 CONFERENCE FINALS
Playoffs for inappropriate comments directed at the (Best-of-7)
At Bowling Green Carter Park mann (Sandusky) 7-5, 6-0; Bobby Adusumilli
(St. John’s) d. Connor Hoban (Findlay) 6-4, 6-
American League officiating crew at halftime of a May 16 game Anthony Wayne vs. Ashland, 4:15 p.m.
CONFERENCE FINALS BOSTON RED SOX–Activated 1B Kevin against Kansas City. Last night Perrysburg vs. Marion Harding, 7:15 p.m. 3; Devon Sbrocchi (St. John’s) d. David Hoops
(Best-of-7) Youkilis from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Gil Orlando at Cleveland, late (Final at 2 p.m.) (Perrysburg) 6-3, 6-4; Nicky Wong (Lexington)
Velazquez to Pawtucket (IL). Women’s Professional Soccer d. Alex Hager (Wap) 6-2, 6-2.
Tonight WASHINGTON FREEDOM–Signed D Sarah Tuesday DIVISION II
OAKLAND ATHLETICS–Claimed LHP L.A. Lakers 105, Denver 103, L.A. Lakers At Archbold Doubles
Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m., Pittsburgh Craig Breslow off waivers from Minnesota. Senty. Waived D-M Jayme Leigh Cargnoni.
leads series 1-0 lead series 1-0 Defiance vs. Wapakoneta, 4:30 p.m. Quarterfinals
Transferred 2B Mark Ellis to the 60-day DL. COLLEGE Bryan vs. Lima Shawnee, 7 p.m.
National League AZUSA PACIFIC–Named Dave Blomquist Tonight Mandela Scheaffer-Jordan Schuck (Findlay)
(Final at 7 p.m.) d. Aaron Hixson-Eric Hille (Sandusky) 6-3,
Tuesday ST. LOUIS CARDINALS–Activated RHP men’s soccer coach. Denver at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. At Galion
Detroit 3, Chicago 2, OT, Detroit leads 6-2; Jacob Kuhn-Josef Pontasch (St. John’s)
Chris Carpenter from the 15-day DL. Optioned FLAGLER–Named Jud Damon athletics Tomorrow Fostoria vs. Clear Fork, 2 p.m. d. Travis Smith-Sam Masan (Lexington) 6-2,
series 2-0 OF Shane Robinson to Memphis (PCL). director. Orlando at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. Tiffin Columbian vs. Sandusky Perkins, 6-1; Darren Ng-Sushil Sudershan (Southview)
WASHINGTON NATIONALS–Placed OF GREENSBORO–Named Randy Tuggle 4:30 p.m.
women’s basketball coach and men’s and Saturday d. Matt Swaim-Andrew Gale (Clay) 6-3, 6-4;
Sunday Elijah Dukes on the 15-day DL, retroactive L.A. Lakers at Denver, 8:30 p.m.
(Final at 2 p.m.) Connor Majdalani-Gregory Diment (St. John’s)
Detroit 5, Chicago 2 to May 18. Designated INF Alex Cintron for women’s cross country coach. DIVISION III d. Casey O’Connell-Will Hartkoff (St. Francis)
assignment. Recalled OF Justin Maxwell and MERCY, N.Y.–Named Jonathan Feinstein Sunday 6-4, 6-1.
Monday RHP Jason Bergmann from Syracuse (IL). women’s soccer coach. Cleveland at Orlando, 8:30 p.m.
At Defiance
Pittsburgh 3, Carolina 2, NIAGARA–Named Chris MacKenzie Lake vs. Fairview, 4:30 p.m.
American Association women’s hockey coach. Monday Tinora vs. Liberty-Benton, 7 p.m. Note: Semifinals and finals Saturday at Port
Tomorrow EL PASO DIABLOS–Signed RHP Garvis L.A. Lakers at Denver, 9 p.m. (Final at 7 p.m.) Clinton. Top two singles and top two doubles
Detroit at Chicago, 8 p.m. OTTERBEIN–Named Christine Steines teams advance to state tournament.
Romero. softball coach, David Lehman men’s and Tuesday, May 26 At Plymouth
Saturday SIOUX FALLS CANARIES–Released LHP women’s track and field coach and John Lintz Cleveland at Orlando, 8:30 p.m.
Edison vs. Upper Sandusky, 2 p..m.
Pittsburgh at Carolina, 7:30 p.m. Brian Martin. men’s and women’s cross country coach. Woodmore vs. Ontario, 4:30 p.m. Ohio Tennis Coaches Association
Cam-Am League SAMFORD–Named Michelle Johnson Wednesday, May 27 (Final at 2 p.m.) Team tournament
Sunday, May 24 Denver at L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m., if necessary At Elida Middle School
Detroit at Chicago, 3 p.m. BROCKTON ROX–Signed RHP John Kelly athletic trainer. MAUMEE VALLEY 3, PORT CLINTON 1:
SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT–Announced Thursday, May 28 Ottawa-Glandorf vs. Marion Local, 2 p.m. Jaara (MV) d. Troller, 6-1, 6-2; Padda (MV) d.
Tuesday, May 26 and RHP Wayne Lundgren. Evergreen vs. Coldwater, 4:30 p.m.
WORCESTER TORNADOES–Signed LHP the retirement Jack Maloney, men’s cross Orlando at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m., if neces- Costa, 6-1, 6-3; Carmen (PC) d. D. Shin, 6-1,
Pittsburgh at Carolina, 7:30 p.m. country and track and field coach. (Final at 2 p.m.) 6-3; Que-Cahlik (PC) and Smiley-Delman, 7-6,
Chris Anderson. sary
Wednesday, May 27 Friday, May 29 DIVISION IV 2-4, DNF; S. Shin-Fesko (MV) d. Showalter-
Golden Baseball League (All finals at 7 p.m. Friday) Francis, 6-2, 7-5.
Chicago at Detroit, 7:30 p.m., if necessary EDMONTON CAPITALS–Agreed to terms L.A. Lakers at Denver, 9 p.m., if necessary At Findlay High School Regular season
Friday, May 29 with INF Aaron Hornstaj. Released RHP Matt Saturday, May 30
Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m., if neces- Dahlin, RHP Bobby DeMuro, RHP Brandon
Geib, RHP Matthew Gibbs, INF Mitch Gra-
TENNIS Cleveland at Orlando, 8:30 p.m., if neces- Toledo Christian 1(10)0 05 - 16 10 1
OAK HARBOR 3, SANDUSKY PERKINS
2: LaFountain (OH) d. Hamad 4-6, 6-3, 6-0;
sary sary Carey 000 00 - 0 2 9
ham, LHP David Moraga, OF Argelis Nunez Herzog (P) d. Young 7-5, 6-2; Shtarkman (P) d.
Saturday, May 30 Sunday, May 31 WP-Brown. LP-Thompson. Miller (TC) Johnson 6-2, 2-6, 6-1; Lochotzki/Goetz (OH)
Detroit at Chicago, 8 p.m., if necessary
and LHP Joel Schmal. Internationaux de Denver at L.A. Lakers, 8:30 p.m., if neces-
2-4, 2 RBI. d. Grealy/Wiehe 6-1, 6-4; Witt/Wasserman
LONG BEACH ARMADA–Agreed to terms
Sunday, May 31 with OF Matthew Edgecombe, SS Brandon Strasbourg sary Ottawa Hills 000 200 4 - 6 5 1
(OH) d. Tone/Quinn 6-0, 6-3
Pittsburgh at Carolina, 7:30 p.m., if neces- Howard, RHP Koichi Misawa, C David At Strasbourg, France Monday, June 1 Arlington 000 001 0 - 1 3 1
sary Ramirez and OF JJ Sherrill. Orlando at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m., if neces- WP-Buckey. LP-Gant. Hajjar (OH) 1-3,
ORANGE COUNTY FLYERS–Agreed to Singles
Monday, June 1 terms with OF Travis Becktel, SS Ryan Crew, Second Round sary 2B, 2 RBI.
Chicago at Detroit, 7:30 p.m., if necessary RHP David Cross, C Nick Guerra, RHP Bryan Aravane Rezai d. Anastasiya Yakimova Last night PREP SOFTBALL
Tuesday, June 2 Harris, LHP Jonathan Rouwenhorst, RHP 6-4, 6-1. Tuesday McComb vs. Hopewell-Loudon, late
Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m., if neces- Jesse Smith and RHP Cordosa Tucker. Ayumi Morita d. Julie Coin 4-6, 6-0, 6-4. At Bryan
sary ST. GEORGE ROADRUNNERS–Agreed to Kristina Barrois d. Anabel Medina Garrigues Denver 31 23 22 27 – 103 District semifinal
terms with LHP Eude Brito, RHP Bartolome (1) 6-4, retired. Patrick Henry 200 637 - 18 17 0
STANLEY CUP FINALS Fortunato, RHP Monte Mansfield, RHP Mac Lucie Hradecka d. Alla Kudryavtseva L.A. Lakers 23 32 19 31 – 105 Stryker 030 032 - 8 6 2 DIVISION I
TBD Nelson, C Jose Rodriguez and OF Ryan 7-5, 6-0. WP-Gerschutz. LP-Erb. Meyer (PH) 4-4, 4
Viktoriya Kutuzova d. Stephanie Foretz DENVER: Anthony 14-20 7-8 39, Martin 7- runs, 2B, 3B. St. Ursula 000 000 0 - 0 4 2
Stevenson. 14 1-2 15, Nene 6-9 2-3 14, Billups 5-13 6-9 18,
Scoring Leaders VICTORIA SEALS–Agreed to terms with 3-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Jones 0-3 1-2 1, Smith 2-7 2-6 8, Andersen 2-4
Southview 011 031 x - 6 10 1
Through May 19 RHP Javier Garcia and RHP Mike Reeve. Peng Shuai (3) d. Pauline Parmentier 6-3, Pettisville 250 300 0 - 10 9 0 WP: O’Reilly. LP: Loy. Dunlap (So) 3-3,
7-6 (6). 4-5 8, Carter 0-4 0-0 0, Kleiza 0-0 0-0 0. Totals Edon 000 011 0 - 2 5 4 2B, RBI.
GP G A PTS Released RHP Paul Buchan, OF Trevor 36-74 23-35 103.
Crosby, Pit 14 12 10 22 Davidson, SS Steve Friend, 1B A.C. Grable, Monica Niculescu d. Yuliya Beygelzimer WP-Nofziger. LP-Thiel. King (P) 3-4, 2 2B.
Ovechkin, Was 14 11 10 21 C Aaron Jiminez, OF Billy Krause, C Tim 5-7, 6-0, 6-4. L.A. LAKERS: Ariza 2-8 1-2 6, Gasol 5-9 3-
5 13, Bynum 2-4 2-2 6, Fisher 5-13 0-0 13, Bry-
District Finals
Malkin, Pit 14 7 14 21 Mahler, INF Joey Martin, 2B Takashi Myoshi, Stephanie Cohen-Aloro d. Gisela Dulko (2) REGULAR SEASON
4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4. ant 13-28 12-13 40, Walton 2-6 0-0 5, Odom (Today at 5 p.m.)
Franzen, Det 13 9 9 18 OF Casey Raisbeck, 1B Evan Romanchuck, 3-7 0-0 7, Vujacic 1-5 0-0 3, Brown 1-4 0-0 3, Gibsonburg 020 11 - 4 10 6
Getzlaf, Ana 13 4 14 18 RHP Ryan Rose, INF Mason Scott, and C Eastwood (10)06 0 - 16 11 1
DIVISION I
Zetterberg, Det 13 7 9 16 Joshua Tarnow. ARAG World Team Farmar 2-5 0-0 5, Powell 1-1 2-2 4, Mbenga
0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-90 20-24 105. WP-Zellers. LP-Jones. Ruch (E) 2-2, At Maumee Rolf Park
Backstrom, Was
Perry, Ana
14 3 12 15
13 8 6 14
BASKETBALL Championship Note: Rebounds — Denver 53 (Martin 8), Grandslam. Southview vs. Northview
At Tiffin University
Havlat, Chi 14 5 9 14 National Basketball Association At Rochusclub L.A. Lakers 54 (Gasol 14). Assists — Denver
Northview 200 000 4 - 6 11 3 Clay vs. Sandusky
Semin, Was 14 5 9 14 CHICAGO BULLS–Promoted director 24 (Billups 8), L.A. Lakers 25 (Fisher 6). Total
Round Robin Fouls – Denver 26, L.A. Lakers 26. Technicals Springfield 101 700 x - 9 10 4 DIVISION II
Staal, Car 15 9 4 13 of player personnel Gar Forman to general WP-Nikolakos. LP-Zuber. Paige (S) 3-4,
Red Group — Anthony, Bryant. A — 18,997 (18,997). At Genoa
Savard, Bos 11 6 7 13 manager. 2B, RBI. Central Catholic vs. Fostoria
Ryder, Bos 11 5 8 13 FOOTBALL Germany 3, France 0
Kane, Chi 13 8 4 12 Bowling Green 000 042 0 - 6 10 1
DIVISION III
National Football League Philipp Kohlschreiber d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga At Bowling Green
Cleary, Det 13 6 6 12
Toews, Chi 14 6 6 12 ATLANTA FALCONS–Signed WR Khalil 6-7 (2), 6-3, 6-3.
Nicolas Kiefer and Mischa Zverev d. Jeremy
LATEST LINE Perrysburg 141 604 x - 16 14 2
WP-Gordon. LP-Milligan. Bringman (P) 2-2, Elmwood vs. Woodmore
Versteeg, Chi 14 4 8 12 Jones. HR, 3 RBI.
Chardy and Gilles Simon 6-0, 6-4.
Lidstrom, Det 13 3 9 12 BALTIMORE RAVENS–Named Jason Baseball At Lima Bath
Kessel, Bos 11 6 5 11 Brooks assistant offensive coach. Doubles Saline 000 000 000 1- 1 8 1 Archbold vs. Fairview/Wayne Trace
10 tied 10 BUFFALO BILLS–Waived WR Mike Jef- National League
Sweden 2, United States 1 CINCINNATI Even-6 Philadelphia Bedford 000 000 000 0- 0 4 1 DIVISION IV
ferson. WP-Zeiher. LP-Trzeniczny. Shroyer (B)
Mardy Fish and Sam Querrey d. Robert WASHINGTON Even-6 Pittsburgh At Hopewell-Loudon
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS–Waived WR 1-4, 2B.
Lindstedt and Robin Soderling 2-6, 6-2, 10-3 ATLANTA Even-6 Colorado Mohawk vs. St. Joe/Calvert
D’Juan Woods. Claimed CB Tyron Bracken-
NOTES ridge off waivers from the N.Y. Jets. tiebreak. Arizona
HOUSTON
Even-6
6-7
FLORIDA
Milwaukee Southview 101 010 6 - 9 9 2
At Elmwood
N. Baltimore vs. Patrick Henry/McComb
The PERRYSBURG SOCCER CLUB will
Canadian Football League Austrian Open ST. LOUIS 6-7 Chicago Cubs Maumee 010 001 0 - 2 7 6 At Archbold
EDMONTON ESKIMOS–Signed WR Jason San Francisco 61/2 -71/2 SAN DIEGO WP-Gibson. LP-Reese. Fuller (S) 3-4, 3B. Antwerp vs. Ayersville
hold tryouts June 1-3 for northwest Ohio Barnes, WR Efrem Hill, WR Willie Thornton At Kitzbuehel, Austria
youths interested in playing competitive and WR Alan Turner. Singles American League Northwood 000 001 1- 2 4 4
travel hockey in the 2009-10 season. For WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS–Released DETROIT 51/2 -61/2 Texas Cardinal Stritch 001 130 x- 5 6 1

C O M PA N I O N S
tryout times and age groups go to http: Second Round
OL Bobby Singh, LB Anthony Maggiacomo Jurgen Melzer (2) d. Agustin Calleri 6-4, CHI WHITE SOX Even-6 Minnesota WP: Rodriguez. LP: Juhasz. A. Pinciotti
//perrysburgsoccer.com/PSC/tryouts.htm. and DB Marc Beswick. KANSAS CITY 8-9 Cleveland (CS) 2-4.
7-5.
TAMPA BAY 81/2 -91/2 Oakland
HOCKEY Juan Ignacio Chela d. Ruben Ramirez
ESCORTS
Admission for today’s and Saturday’s Divi- NY YANKEES 12-14 Baltimore Genoa 460 117 4 - 23 23 4
Hidalgo 6-3, 6-2.
sion I TRACK AND FIELD MEET at St. Fran- National Hockey League Oscar Hernandez d. Andreas Beck 7-5, BOSTON 71/2 -81/2 Toronto Otsego 023 402 2 - 13 12 2
cis are $6 for adults and $5 for students. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS–Signed LW SEATTLE Even-6 LA Angels WP-Adkins. LP-Carson. G. Hillabrand (G)
6-4.
4-5, 2 RBI.
INCALL / OUTCALL
A SUMMER WRESTLING LEAGUE will be
Kyle Beach to a three-year contract. Mikhail Youzhny (7) d. Stefan Koubek NBA Playoffs
NEW YORK RANGERS–Agreed to terms 6-2, 6-4. LA LAKERS 51/2 (211) Denver MON-SAT 10AM-2AM • SUN NOON-MIDNIGHT
held June 11, 18 and 25 and July 16, 23 and with D Ilkka Heikkinen.
30 at Milan High School. The league is open
American Hockey League
Victor Hanescu (3) d. Marcel Granollers
6-1, 7-6 (2).
NHL Playoffs 419-514-8453
to wrestlers in grades 6 through 12. Entry
fee is $50. For more information call Gary at ADIRONDACK PHANTOMS–Named Daniel Koellerer d. Diego Junqueira 6-1, PITTSBURGH 1
/2 -1 Carolina PREP TRACK Ask about our Specials
734-439-5040. Mike Thompson vice president of business 6-2. (Friday)
Julien Benneteau d. Nicolas Massu 6-1, CHICAGO Even-1/2 Detroit
operations.
6-7 (4), 7-6 (7). Home Team in CAPS District
PREP LACROSSE
WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PENGUINS–
Named Todd Reirden coach.
WORCESTER SHARKS–Signed D Louis
Liotti.
Warsaw Open Division II
At Oak Harbor
Unpredictable
Toledo Area Lacrosse Association LACROSSE
At Warsaw, Poland
Singles COLLEGE BASEBALL
Boys
Event results: 3200 relay-Edison 8:14.93;
Seeing is believing!
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Pool A
Major League Lacrosse
WASHINGTON BAYHAWKS–Claimed D
Second Round
Alona Bondarenko (8) d. Marta Doma- MAC Tournament
long jump-Hoodlebrink (Eastwood) 22-11;
shot put-Hoty (Sandusy Perkins) 62-9 1/4;
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Sylvania vs. St. John’s, today at Central chowska 6-3, 6-1.

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Kyle Hartzell from the League Player Pool. First round pole vault-Schemenauer (Eastwood) 15-2.
Catholic at 5:30 p.m. Alexandra Dulgheru d. Sara Errani (5), Italy
Pool B MOTORSPORTS 6-4, 6-3.
Toledo 240 213 002 - 14 18 1 Girls
Anthony Wayne vs. Ottawa Hills, today at NASCAR–Suspended driver Carl Long Ohio 001 001 110 - 4 8 2 Event results: 3200-Genoa 9:59.34;
Anne Keothavong d. Jill Craybas 3-6, WP-Collop. LP-Rigo. Dudley (UT) 2-4, 2 HR,
Central Catholic at 7:30 p.m. for the next 12 Sprint Cup races and fined 6-3, 6-1. discus-Roth (Norwalk) 123-4; Kuelling (Bell-
crew chief Charles Swing $200,000 for using 4 RBI. Corfman (UT) 4-5, HR, 2 RBI. ville) 5-5.
AIRPORT SPA
Maria Sharapova d. Darya Kustova 6-2,
an engine that was too big for NASCAR’s 6-0.
specifications last weekend at Lowe’s Motor Klara Zakopalova d. Zheng Jie 6-0, 6-4.
Speedway. Long was docked 200 points.
HOLE IN ONE Galina Voskoboeva, Kazakhstan, d. Kat- 9647 Airport Hwy.
SOCCER eryna Bondarenko 6-4, 7-6 (5). PREP BASEBALL FF
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Major League Soccer Daniela Hantuchova (6) d. Urszula Radwan- PREP TENNIS Open 24 hrs/7 days
MIKE GOLEMBIESKI, No. 8 at The Legacy, MLS–Fined New York M Jorge Rojas $750
ska 6-3, 6-1.
Ioana Raluca Olaru d. Julia Goerges 6-3, DISTRICTS $ (Just 2 Miles East of Airport)
109 yards, pitching wedge and suspended him one additional game for 0-6, 7-6 (3). (All semifinals today; District Tournament
an egregious offense and failure to leave the finals Saturday unless otherwise noted) NEW MANAGEMENT! NEW GIRLS!
field in a timely and orderly manner after being DIVISION I
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