Scoreboard: Mar. 14

March 14, 2013 

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BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS—Released OF Brennan Boesch.

National League

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Signed OF Carlos Gomez to a four-year contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

DALLAS MAVERICKS—Signed G Chris Wright to a 10-day contract.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ARIZONA CARDINALS—Signed CB Jerraud Powers and QB Drew Stanton to three-year contracts and RB Rashard Mendenhall to a one-year contract. Agreed to terms with LB Lorenzo Alexander on a three-year contract and S Yeremiah Bell on a one-year contract. Released S Kerry Rhodes.

BALTIMORE RAVENS—Released S Bernard Pollard. Signed DL Chris Canty to a three-year contract and RB Damien Berry and OL Ramon Harewood to one-year contracts.

BUFFALO BILLS—Signed LB Manny Lawson.

CHICAGO BEARS—Released TE Kellen Davis.

CLEVELAND BROWNS—Agreed to terms with LB Quentin Groves on a two-year contract and DL Desmond Bryant.

DETROIT LIONS—Agreed to terms with RB Reggie Bush on a four-year contract, DE Jason Jones on a three-year contract and CB Chris Houston. Signed S Glover Quin to a five-year contract.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Released WR Laurent Robinson.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed CB Dunta Robinson, OL Bryan Mattison, WR Donnie Avery, QB Chase Daniel and TE Anthony Fasano.

MIAMI DOLPHINS—Signed LB Philip Wheeler to a five-year contract.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed LB Erin Henderson and WR Jerome Simpson.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Agreed to terms with LS Justin Drescher on a four-year contract.

NEW YORK GIANTS—Named Lunda Wells assistant offensive line coach, Ryan Roeder offensive assistant and Robbie Leonard defensive assistant. Signed PK Josh Brown.

OAKLAND RAIDERS—Signed DE Jason Hunter, LB Kaluka Maiava and DT Pat Sims.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Signed QB Bruce Gradkowski to a three-year contract and TE/FB David Johnson to a one-year contract.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Traded QB Alex Smith to Kansas City for a 2013 second-round draft pick and a future draft pick.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Signed S Dashon Goldson.

TENNESSEE TITANS—Agreed to terms with RB Shonn Greene and G Andy Levitre on multiyear contracts and DT Sammie Hill.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Re-signed DE Kedric Golston. Named Malcolm Blacken director of player development.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL—Suspended Anaheim F Corey Perry four games for elbowing Minnesota F Jason Zucker in the head.

MINNESOTA WILD—Signed D Brett Clark to a one-year contract.

COLLEGE

AUBURN—Named James Armstrong assistant soccer coach.

SAN JOSE STATE—Fired men's basketball coach George Nessman.

WASHINGTON—Suspended TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins indefinitely.

Baseball

major league

spring training

Wednesday's games

Pittsburgh 5, Toronto 4 (10)

Washington (ss) 8, N.Y. Mets 5

Washington (ss) 9, Houston 7

Kansas City 4, Seattle 2

San Francisco 9, Cincinnati 5

Colorado 2, Chicago Cubs 0

San Diego 8, L.A. Angels 6

Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 2

Atlanta 2, Miami 1

Philadelphia vs. N.Y. Yankees (n)

Baltimore vs. Minnesota (n)

Milwaukee vs. Arizona (n)

Thursday's Reds game

Cincinnati vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 4:05 p.m.

At Goodyear, Ariz.

San Francisco 020 010 060—9 15 1

Cincinnati 100 002 002—5 15 1

Zito, S.Rosario (4), J.Dunning (5), J.Lopez (6), Gaudin (7), Machi (8), Otero (9) and Quiroz, J.Williams; Arroyo, Marshall (5), Broxton (6), Arredondo (7), P.Villarreal (8), C.Partch (8) and Olivo, C.Miller. W—Gaudin. L—P.Villarreal. HRs—San Francisco, R.Oropesa (1), J.Perez (1). Cincinnati, Heisey (1).

college

Eastern Ky. 151 000 000— 7 11 1

W. Carolina 213 100 04x—11 19 1

Cervantes, Gullo (2), Lynch (4), Scott (8), Creamer (8) and Hagen; Sandefur, Hoyle (2), Waszak (2), Brister (8) and Martin. W—Brister (2-0). L—Lynch (0-1). 2B—E: Moorer, Ball; W: Attaway, White, Neary. 3B—W: Ridings. HR—E: Hagen.

Records—Western Carolina 10-7, Eastern Ky. 4-9.

Northern Ky. 000 000 010—1 3 0

Tenn. Tech 200 004 01x—7 10 0

Campbell, Bolia (6), Clark (6), Calhoun (6) and Hyde; Price, Spurgeon (5), Morton (8), Alexander (9), Williams (9) and Hopkins. W—Price (2-1). L—Campbell (0-1). 2B—N: Lonkard; T: Abraham, Thomasson, Guyear. HR—T: Bosheers.

Records—Tennessee Tech 10-6, Northern Ky. 2-14.

Purdue 000 010 000—1 4 0

Louisville 100 110 00x—3 7 0

Lutz, McElroy (5), Andrezejewski (6) and McHugh; Kidston, Ege (6), Funkhouser (8), McGrath (8), Burdi (9) and Crain. W—Kidston (3-0). L—Lutz (0-2). Sv—Burdi (2). 3B—P: Talbott; L: Johnson, Sturgeon.

Records—Louisville 13-2, Purdue 5-10.

Western Ky. 000 020 010 1—4 13 4

Tennessee 101 001 000 2—5 12 0

Miller, Thompson (3), Glasscock (6), Hadel (6), Tompkins (6) and Messex; Cox, Esparza (5), Martin (5), Owenby (8), Charpie (8), Williams (9) and Bennett, Manis. W—Williams (1-0). L—Tompkins (1-2). 2B—W: Flaherty. HR—W: Cessna.

Records—Tennessee 9-7, Western Ky. 7-9.

Transylvania 010 010 000—2 9 3

Mt. Union 010 000 02x—3 9 0

Oyler, Schwartz (6), Birkenhauer (8) and Liggett; Clarke, Sason (8), Bell (9) and Mitche. W—Sason (1-1). L—Birkenhauer (0-1). Sv—Bell (1). 2B—M: Knott.

Records—Mt. Union 4-1, Transylvania 4-4.

Basketball

nba

Wednesday's games

Miami 98, Philadelphia 94

Indiana 107, Minnesota 91

Washington 106, Milwaukee 93

Boston 112, Toronto 88

Atlanta 96, L.A. Lakers 92

Houston 111, Phoenix 81

Utah at Oklahoma City (n)

Chicago at Sacramento (n)

Detroit at Golden State (n)

Memphis at L.A. Clippers (n)

New York at Denver (n)

Thursday's games

Dallas at San Antonio, 8 p.m.

New York at Portland, 10:30 p.m.

college men

big east TOURNAMENT

(All times p.m. In bracket order)

At New York

Tuesday's first round

Seton Hall 46 South Florida 42 (OT)

Rutgers 76 DePaul 57

Wednesday's second round

Cincinnati 61 Providence 44

No. 17 Syracuse 75 Seton Hall 63

Villanova 66 St. John's 53

RutgersNo. 24 Notre Dame (n)

Thursday's quarterfinals

Cincinnati vs. No. 5 Georgetown, noon

No. 17 Syracuse vs. No. 20 Pittsburgh, 2

No. 8 Louisville vs. Villanova, 7

Second-round winner vs. No. 15 Marquette, 9

Friday's semifinals

Quarterfinals winners, 7 and 9 (ESPN)

Saturday's finals

Semifinals winners, 8:30 (ESPN)

NAIA Division I Tournament

At Kansas City, Mo.

(All times p.m. unless noted)

Wednesday's First round

SAGU 62 Science & Arts 58

Lee (Tenn.) 67 Voorhees 49

Martin Methodist 71 Westmont 65

Montana Western 99 Philander Smith 94 (OT)

Hope International 80 Emmanuel 62

Columbia 68 Oklahoma City 37

LSU Shreveport Pikeville (n)

Evangel Montana St.-Northern (n)

Thursday's first round

Georgetown vs. St. Thomas, 10 a.m.

Concordia vs. William Carey, 11:45 a.m.

Life vs. John Brown, 1:30

Lewis-Clark St. vs. Culver-Stockton, 3:15

Arizona Christian vs. Oklahoma Baptist, 5:30

Cal St. San Marcos vs. MidAmerica Nazarene, 7:15

Rocky Mountain vs. Lindsey Wilson, 9

Xavier (La.) vs. Faulkner, 10:45

Friday's second round

SAGU vs. Lee, 10 a.m.

Martin Methodist vs. Montana Western, 11:45 a.m.

Hope Int'l vs. Columbia, 1:30

Wednesday's first round winners, 3:15

Thursday's first round winners, 5:30, 7:15, 9, 10:45

Saturday's Quarterfinals

Games at 3, 5, 7 and 9

Semifinals

Monday, March 18

Quarterfinals winners at 7 and 9

Championship

Tuesday, March 19

Semifinals winners, 8:30

college women

NAIA Division I tournament

At Frankfort

(All times p.m. unless noted)

Wednesday's first round

Lee (Tenn.) 60 LSU Shreveport 55

Shawnee St. 62 Columbia 56

Oklahoma City 74 Central Methodist 39

Carroll 73 The Master's 58

Vanguard 82 Southern Poly 76

Freed-Hardeman 82 W.Va. Tech 48

Campbellsville 71 Wiley 55

MidAm. Nazarene William Woods (n)

Thursday's first round

Rogers St. (23-9) vs. Our Lady of the Lake (30-3), 9 a.m.

Xavier (La.) (24-5) vs. Faulkner (25-6), 10:45 a.m.

Westminster (27-3) vs. St. Catharine (19-11), 12:30

Westmont (25-4) vs. Cumberlands (18-12), 2:15

Lubbock Christian (29-3) vs. Southern-New Orleans (20-4), 4:30

Cumberland (Tenn.) (30-2) vs. Coastal Georgia (24-8), 6:15

Georgetown (22-9) vs. Lyon (28-4), 8

Benedictine (27-5) vs. Bethel (21-10), 9:45

Friday's second round

Lee vs. Shawnee St., 9 a.m.

Okla. City vs. Carroll, 10:45 a.m.

Vanguard vs. Freed-Hardeman, 12:30

Campbellsville vs. first-round winner, 2:15

Thursday's first round winners, 4:30, 6:15, 8, 9:45

Saturday's quarterfinals

Games at 2, 4, 6 and 8

Semifinals

Monday, March 18

Quarterfinals winners at 6 and 8

Championship

Tuesday, March 19

Semifinals winners, 6:30

high school girls

kabc east/westall-star roster

(By region)

WEST

Coach: Michael Orr, Hancock Co.

1 — Chelsey Shumpert, Paducah Tilghman; Janssen Starks, Murray; 2 — Ellie Fruit, Henderson Co.; Kolbi Edens, Webster Co.; 3 — Rebecca Greenwell, Owensboro Catholic; Beth Rates, Hancock Co.; 4 — Madison Clements, Monroe Co.; Brittany Vaughn, Bowling Green; 5 — Makayla Epps, Marion Co.; Mercedes Cox, Adair Co.; 6 — Whitney Hartlage, Mercy; Aareon Smith, Butler; 7 — Tearra Banks, Ballard; Destony Curry, Manual; 8 — Courtney Sandlin, Walton-Verona; Aaliyah Wells, Colls.

EAST

Coach: Sara Bridenbaugh, Paul Dunbar

9 — Leah Schaefer, Highlands; Olivia Voskuhl, Notre Dame; 10 — Macie Spence, Montgomery Co.; Heather Jolley, Pendleton Co.; 11 — Larryn Brooks, Madison Central; Serena Sandusky, Bryan Station; 12 — Jessica Hardin, Wayne Co.; Emily Fox, Lincoln Co.; 13 — Cheyenne Madden, Clay Co.; Tayulor Arthur, South Laurel; 14 — Kelah Eldridge, Letcher Co. Central; Paige Sloan, Knott Co. Central; 15 — Briann Fraley, Shelby Valley; Kandice Porter, Sheldon Clark; 16 — Kaylyn Gambill, Ashland Blazer; Paige Warren, Menifee Co.

Hockey

nhl

Wednesday's games

Montreal 4, Ottawa 3 (SO)

New Jersey 5, Philadelphia 2

Detroit at Calgary (n)

Thursday's games

Florida at Boston, 7 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Washington at Carolina, 7 p.m.

Chicago at Columbus, 7 p.m.

N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.

N.Y. Rangers at Winnipeg, 8 p.m.

Phoenix at St. Louis, 8 p.m.

Colorado at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

Anaheim at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Nashville at Vancouver, 10 p.m.

Los Angeles at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

Lacrosse

high school boys

At Henry Clay

Henry Clay 21, Bryan Station 0

Goals—DeCamp 6, Cason 3, Perkins 3, Gardner 3, Linton 3, V.Pisacano 2, Clay.

Goalkeepers—HC: Begley; BS: Prize, Soper.

Records—Henry Clay 2-0, Bryan Station 0-2.

Softball

college

Eastern Ky. 000 300 0—3 9 4

Western Ky. 100 322 x—8 11 1

Pittsenbarger, Robb (1), Perry (6) and Tackett; Sulaski and Quarles. W—Sulaski (3-3). L—Robb (2-4). 2B—E: Fobbs, Joyce; W: Watkins, Metoyer. HR—W: Cruce, Thomas.

Records—Western Ky. 12-8, Eastern Ky. 10-8.

Northern Ky. 000 101 0—2 3 0

S.C.-Upstate 420 001 x—7 9 0

Benhase, Schwaeble (2) and Speakman; Ujvari, Alexander (6) and Harris. W—Ujvari (8-0). L—Benhase (5-7). HR—N: Schwaeble, Papi, S: Kieffer, Settlemyre.

Records—S.C. Upstate 19-2 (5-1 A-Sun), Northern Ky. 6-15 (0-3).

Tennis

college men

At Orlando, Fla.

Northern Ky. 6, Chicago St. 1

Singles

Muresan (C) d. Berman 6-7 (2-7), 6-2, 10-5; Kohls (N) d. Noboa 6-3, 6-1; Angulo (N) d. Chavez 6-0, 6-1; Correa (N) d. Jones 6-3, 6-0.

Maginley (N) d. Yeremia 7-5, 6-2; Zsidai (N) d. Ulloa 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles

Berman-Correa (N) d. Muresan-Noboa 8-6; Jones-Chavez (C) d. Kohls-Caccamo 8-6; Maginley-Johnson (N) d. Ulloa-Yeremia 9-7.

Odds

glantz-culver line

ncaa basketball

CONFERENCE TOURNAMEMTS

Big East at New York

Favorite Line Underdog

Georgetown 3 Cincinnati

Pittsburgh pk Syracuse

Louisville 7½ Villanova

Marquette 9½ Rutgers

or

Marquette 2½ Notre Dame

Atlantic Coast at Greensboro, N.C.

Georgia Tech 1 Boston College

N.C. State 11½ Virginia Tech

Maryland 5½ Wake Forest

Florida St. 2 Clemson

Big Ten at Chicago

Minnesota 2 Illinois

Michigan 14½ Penn St.

Purdue 5½ Nebraska

Iowa 9½ Northwestern

Atlantic 10 at Brooklyn, N.Y.

Richmond 4½ Charlotte

Butler 3½ Dayton

Saint Joseph's 1 Xavier

UMass 2½ George Washington

Big 12 at Kansas City, Mo.

Oklahoma 1 Iowa St.

Kansas 20 Texas Tech

Kansas St. 16½ TCU

or

Kansas St. 7 Texas

Oklahoma St. 2½ Baylor

Southeastern at Nashville, Tenn.

Georgia 1 LSU

Tennessee 13 Mississippi St.

Arkansas 2 Vanderbilt

Missouri 15 Auburn

or

Missouri 9½ Texas A&M

Conference USA at Tulsa, Okla.

Southern Miss. 6 UAB

UTEP 5½ Houston

Memphis 12 Marshall

or

Memphis 10½ Tulane

Tulsa pk East Carolina

Pac-12 at Las Vegas

UCLA 1 Stanford

Arizona 5 Colorado

California 7½ Utah

Oregon 6½ Washington St.

or

Oregon 4 Washington

Western Athletic at Las Vegas

New Mexico St. 7 Idaho

Denver 15 Texas St.

Louisiana Tech 11 UTSA

Utah St. 3 Texas-Arlington

Big West at Anaheim, Calif.

Pacific 5½ UC Santa Barbara

Cal Poly 1½ UC Davis

Long Beach St. 7 Cal St.-Fullerton

UC Irvine 4½ Hawaii

Mid-American at Cleveland

Kent St. 2½ Buffalo

W. Michigan 6½ E. Michigan

or

W. Michigan 5 Miami (Ohio)

Big Sky at Missoula, Mont.

Weber St. 13 N. Arizona

North Dakota 2 S. Utah

N. Colorado 4 Montana St.

Southwestern Athletic at Garland, Texas

Jackson St. 4 Alabama St.

Alcorn St. 2 Prairie View

Mid-Eastern Athletic at Norfolk, Va.

Hampton 3 Delaware St.

Savannah St. pk Morgan St.

Southland at Katy, Texas

SE Louisiana pk McNeese St.

Oral Roberts 5 Sam Houston St.

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