Scoreboard: Aug. 25

August 25, 2013 

Transactions

BASEBALL

American League

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Recalled RHP Chad Jenkins from New Hampshire (EL). Selected the contract of RHP Chien-Ming Wang from Buffalo (IL). Transferred Maicer Izturis to the 60-day DL.

National League

NEW YORK METS—Recalled 1B-C Lucas Duda from Las Vegas (PCL). Optioned OF Mike Baxter to Las Vegas.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Placed OF Starling Marte on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Aug. 19. Recalled OF Andrew Lambo from Indianapolis (IL).

SAN DIEGO PADRES—Recalled RHP Brad Brach from Tucson (PCL). Designated RHP Edinson Volquez for assignment.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CAROLINA PANTHERS—Waived/injured WR Kealoha Pilares, OT Bruce Campbell and FB Mike Zordich. Waived QB Colby Cameron, P Jordan Gay, CB Nick Hixson, K Morgan Lineberry, WR Dale Moss, DE Louis Nzegwu, LB Ryan Rau, S Ricardo Silva and G Justin Wells.

Baseball

minor league

south atlantic league

Saturday's games

West Virginia 6, Savannah 3 (9), 1st game

Charleston, S.C. 8, Asheville 2

Augusta 6, Hickory 3

Hagerstown 5, Greensboro 1

Kannapolis 6, Rome 1

Greenville 8, Lexington 1

Delmarva at Lakewood (n)

West Virginia at Savannah (n), 2nd game

Sunday's games

Greensboro at Hagerstown, 1:05 p.m.

Greenville at Lexington, 1:35 p.m.

Charleston, S.C. at Asheville, 2:05 p.m.

West Virginia at Savannah, 2:05 p.m.

Augusta at Hickory, 5 p.m.

Rome at Kannapolis, 5:05 p.m.

Delmarva at Lakewood, 5:05 p.m.

Monday's game

Charleston, S.C. at Greenville, 7:05 p.m.

Greenville 300 400 100—8 13 0

Lexington 000 000 100—1 5 3

Dahlstrand, McGeary (7), Kraus (8) and Hernandez; Murray, Schulz (4), Allen (8) and Gallagher. W—Dahlstrand (4-7). L—Murray (1-5). 2B—G: Tavarez, Gragnani, Brisco; L: Threlkeld. HR—L: Ford.

Bowling

Local

Top scores

MEN'S SERIES

Allen Sparks 733

Billy Short 709

Matt Fitch 706

MEN'S GAMES

Kyle Fight 300

Jerry Hatton 279

Jeff Napier 276

Johnny Yazell 276

Allen Sparks 265

Jerry Crowe 258

Dave Williams 257

Matt Fitch 255

Randy Wilson 255

WOMEN'S SERIES

Melanie Johnson 705

Amanda Pugh 659

Kendra Garris 631

WOMEN'S GAMES

Kendra Garris 268

Melanie Johnson 258

Linda Porter 253

Amanda Pugh 248

Football

nfl

pre-season scores, schedule

Thursday's games

Detroit 40, New England 9

Carolina 34, Baltimore 27

Friday's games

Seattle 17, Green Bay 10

Chicago at Oakland (n)

Saturday's games

Washington 30, Buffalo 7

Indianapolis 27, Cleveland 6

N.Y. Jets at N.Y. Giants (n)

Kansas City at Pittsburgh (n)

Philadelphia at Jacksonville (n)

Tampa Bay at Miami (n)

St. Louis at Denver (n)

Cincinnati at Dallas (n)

Atlanta at Tennessee (n)

San Diego at Arizona (n)

Sunday's games

New Orleans at Houston, 4 p.m.

Minnesota at San Francisco, 8 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 29

Indianapolis at Cincinnati, 7 p.m.

Detroit at Buffalo, 7 p.m.

Philadelphia at N.Y. Jets, 7 p.m.

New Orleans at Miami, 7:30 p.m.

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

Jacksonville at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.

N.Y. Giants at New England, 7:30 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Carolina, 7:30 p.m.

Tennessee at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

Cleveland at Chicago, 8 p.m.

Green Bay at Kansas City, 8 p.m.

Houston at Dallas, 8 p.m.

Baltimore at St. Louis, 8 p.m.

Arizona at Denver, 9 p.m.

Oakland at Seattle, 10 p.m.

San Francisco at San Diego, 10 p.m.

colts 27, browns 6

Cleveland 0 0 3 3 — 6

Indianapolis 3 7 10 7 — 27

First quarter: Ind—FG Vinatieri 32, 8:52. Second quarter: Ind—Havili 3 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 8:09. Third quarter: Ind—Hilton 8 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 11:12. Cle—FG Graham 50, 7:16. Ind—FG Vinatieri 25, 1:15. Fourth quarter: Cle—FG Graham 44, 4:33. Ind—Asante 48 interception return (McManus kick), 4:22.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Cleveland, T.Richardson 7-31, Cook 2-11, B.Jackson 5-8, Weeden 1-5, Ogbonnaya 1-4. Indianapolis, K.Williams 9-37, D.Brown 5-35, Ballard 10-33, Luck 4-20, Meggett 3-20, Heyward-Bey 1-6, Harnish 2-(minus 2).

PASSING—Cleveland, Campbell 8-14-0-112, Weeden 12-25-0-105, Hoyer 2-4-1-11. Indianapolis, Luck 16-25-1-164, Hasselbeck 5-9-0-59.

RECEIVING—Cleveland, Little 3-28, Cook 3-24, Roberson 2-34, Gordon 2-24, Cooper 2-16, K.Davis 2-9, Cameron 2-7, Croom 1-25, Edwards 1-16, Marecic 1-15, Smelley 1-15, T.Richardson 1-10, Ogbonnaya 1-5. Indianapolis, Wayne 7-79, Whalen 4-57, Heyward-Bey 3-33, Havili 2-18, Hilton 2-17, Jones 1-13, Ballard 1-4, R.Hughes 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

redskins 30, bills 7

Buffalo 7 0 0 0 — 7

Washington 10 10 3 7 — 30

First quarter: Was—Garcon 7 pass from Grossman (Forbath kick), 9:38. Buf—Spiller 2 run (Hopkins kick), 6:06. Was—FG Forbath 28, 2:28. Second quarter: Was—White 14 run (Forbath kick), 6:01. Was—FG Forbath 53, 1:04. Third quarter: Was—FG Forbath 21, 1:55. Fourth quarter: Was—K.Williams 1 run (Forbath kick), 11:05.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Buffalo, Spiller 8-39, Jackson 6-18, Choice 5-13, Kolb 2-12, Z.Brown 3-6, Tuel 2-4. Washington, Helu 13-70, K.Williams 8-52, Thompson 15-44, White 3-26, Morris 4-16.

PASSING—Buffalo, Tuel 10-17-0-63, Kolb 2-4-0-16. Washington, Grossman 11-21-0-171, White 7-14-0-96.

RECEIVING—Buffalo, Johnson 4-28, Woods 3-21, Gragg 2-13, Goodwin 1-7, Jackson 1-6, Choice 1-4. Washington, A.Robinson 4-61, Reed 3-31, Paulsen 2-23, N.Williams 2-19, Moss 1-45, Davis 1-31, Briscoe 1-24, Helu 1-21, Garcon 1-7, Young 1-4, K.Williams 1-1.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Bears 34, raiders 26

Friday's game

Chicago 17 10 0 7 — 34

Oakland 0 3 17 6 — 26

First quarter: Chi—FG Gould 45, 8:41. Chi—Forte 32 pass from Cutler (Gould kick), 7:02. Chi—Bush 10 run (Gould kick), 2:17. Second quarter: Chi—Bush 1 run (Gould kick), 10:09. Chi—FG Gould 53, 1:00. Oak—FG Janikowski 58, :00. Third quarter: Oak—Pryor 25 run (Janikowski kick), 10:10. Oak—FG Janikowski 30, 4:38. Oak—Kasa 19 pass from Pryor (Janikowski kick), :34. Fourth quarter: Chi—Ford 15 run (Gould kick), 9:43. Oak—Olawale 5 pass from McGloin (pass failed), 4:07.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Chicago, Forte 6-76, Ford 9-58, Bush 10-19, Cutler 2-13, McCown 1-0, Palmer 2-(minus 2). Oakland, Stewart 10-37, Pryor 4-37, Jennings 12-35, Flynn 2-11, Ford 1-8.

PASSING—Chicago, Cutler 12-21-0-142, McCown 5-9-1-42, Palmer 1-1-0-5. Oakland, McGloin 7-14-2-128, Pryor 7-9-0-93, Flynn 3-6-2-19.

RECEIVING—Chicago, Jeffery 7-77, Forte 2-33, Weems 2-18, Ford 2-16, M.Bennett 1-16, M.Wilson 1-14, Maneri 1-8, Aromashodu 1-5, Adams 1-2. Oakland, Session 2-43, Leonhardt 2-37, Rivera 2-35, Jennings 2-4, Vernon 1-29, Kasa 1-19, Streater 1-19, Holmes 1-14, G.Jenkins 1-14, D.Moore 1-9, Gordon 1-6, Stewart 1-6, Olawale 1-5.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Oakland, Janikowski 49 (WR).

high school

saturday's scores

Barren Co. 19 Metcalfe Co. 13

Bryan Station 47 Murray 26

Harlan Co. 49 Madison Central 6

Highlands 47 University Christian (Fla.) 17

Marion Co. 26 Lloyd Memorial 18

Mercer Co. 48 Allen Co.-Scottsville 20

Nicholas Co. 44 Bracken Co. 0

Paris 34 Bath Co. 23

Wayne Co. 44 Monroe Co. 14

Harlan Co. 49, Madison Central 6

Harlan Co. 7 22 14 6—49

Madison Cent. 6 0 0 0—6

HC—Zach Chitwood 6 yd pass from Scotty Bailey (Cole Wilson kick); MC—John Williams 75 yd pass from Kameron Presnell (kick failed); HC—Chitwood 20 yd run (Wilson kick); HC—Kelin Gist 2 yd run (Wilson kick); HC—Wilson 32 pass from Bailey (Carson Whithead run); HC—Bailey 22 run (Wilson kick); HC—Whithead 1 run (Wilson kick); HC—Dylan Cornett 1 yd run (kick failed).

Records: Harlan Co. 1-0, Madison Central 0-1.

Highlands 47, University Christian (Fla.) 17

U.Christian 3 7 0 7—17

Highlands 0 13 27 7—47

UC—Preston Clark 32 fieldgoal; UC—Stone Lakey 1 run (Clark kick); H—Zach Harris 23 run (run failed); H—Ryan Greene 11 pass from Drew Houliston (Evan Allen kick); H—Harris 2 run (kick failed); H—Harris 37 run (Jared Dougherty kick); H—Justin Weyer 61 pass from Houliston (Allen kick); H—R. Greene 24 pass from Houliston (Allen kick); H—Allen 39 pass from Houliston (Dougherty kick); UC—Ke'shan Pennamon 57 pass from Billy Cobb (Clark kick).

Records: Highlands 1-0, University Christian 0-1

Nicholas Co. 44, Bracken Co. 0

Bracken Co. 0 0 0 0—0

Nicholas Co. 12 24 8 0—44

NC—J.P. Wagner 40 pass from Ben Duncan (run failed); NC—Wagner 47 pass from Duncan (pass failed); NC—Wagner 10 pass from Duncan (Isaac Sosby run); NC—Carl Hurd 40 run (Wagner pass from Duncan); NC—Hurd 45 run (Sosby run).

Records: Nicholas Co. 1-0, Bracken Co. 0-1.

Paris 34, Bath Co. 23

Paris 6 14 7 7—34

Bath Co. 3 14 0 6—23

Nicholas Co. Hall of Fame Bowl

BC—Caden Messer 24 field goal; P—Aaron Williams 85 kickoff return (run failed); BC—Brandon Pryce 56 run (run failed); P—Williams 28 pass from Cameron Downey (Downey run); P—Malik Washington 1 run (run failed); BC—Pryce 80 pass from Taborn Kissick (Pryce run); P—Washington 3 run (Blanton Park kick); BC—Price 9 pass from Kissick (run failed); P—Downey 2 run (Park kick).

Records: Paris 1-0, Bath Co. 0-1.

Wayne Co. 44, Monroe Co. 14

Monroe Co. 0 0 0 14—14

Wayne Co. 16 7 14 7—44

KY National Guard Bowl

WC—Tyler Guffey 1 run (Junior Ruiz kick); WC—Safety; WC—Jason Perkins 18 pass from Guffey (Ruiz kick); WC—Guffey 1 run (Ruiz kick); WC—Perkins 25 pass from Guffey (Ruiz kick); WC—Allen Brown 46 interception return (Ruiz kick); MC—Jordan Phillips 2 run (kick failed); WC—Brown 87 kickoff return (Ruiz kick); MC—Caleb Veach 5 run (Tanner Strode run).

Records: Wayne Co. 1-0, Monroe Co. 0-1.

Golf

professional

pga: the barclays

At Jersey City, N.J.

7,343-yd., par-71

Liberty National Golf Club

Matt Kuchar 66-65-70—201-12

Gary Woodland 69-64-68—201-12

Kevin Chappell 68-72-62—202-11

Tiger Woods 67-69-69—205-8

David Lynn 71-65-69—205-8

Kevin Streelman 70-68-68—206-7

Jordan Spieth 70-68-68—206-7

Bubba Watson 68-70-68—206-7

Jim Furyk 70-66-70—206-7

Justin Rose 68-68-70—206-7

Jonas Blixt 69-67-70—206-7

Rickie Fowler 71-64-71—206-7

Nick Watney 68-70-69—207-6

Aaron Baddeley 69-72-66—207-6

Rory McIlroy 71-65-71—207-6

Sergio Garcia 70-66-71—207-6

Adam Scott 69-66-72—207-6

Webb Simpson 67-66-74—207-6

Daniel Summerhays 70-69-69—208-5

Matt Every 67-72-69—208-5

Ryan Moore 67-72-69—208-5

John Huh 73-64-71—208-5

Brendon de Jonge 67-69-72—208-5

D.A. Points 70-72-66—208-5

Greg Chalmers 73-69-66—208-5

Chris Stroud 73-66-70—209-4

Jason Kokrak 70-69-70—209-4

Roberto Castro 70-70-69—209-4

Graham DeLaet 67-73-69—209-4

Rory Sabbatini 71-67-71—209-4

Hunter Mahan 69-68-72—209-4

Charl Schwartzel 68-67-74—209-4

Keegan Bradley 72-63-74—209-4

Jason Day 66-73-71—210-3

Bill Haas 73-66-71—210-3

Camilo Villegas 65-73-72—210-3

Phil Mickelson 71-69-70—210-3

Bryce Molder 69-69-72—210-3

Freddie Jacobson 68-68-74—210-3

Matt Jones 71-68-72—211-2

Luke Donald 67-72-72—211-2

Charles Howell III 72-66-73—211-2

Scott Piercy 72-70-69—211-2

Stuart Appleby 69-71-72—212-1

Jason Dufner 71-70-71—212-1

Lee Westwood 73-68-71—212-1

John Merrick 69-73-70—212-1Henrik Stenson 65-73-75—213 E

Ryan Palmer 65-73-75—213 E

Martin Kaymer 68-70-75—213 E

Jimmy Walker 68-73-72—213 E

Kevin Stadler 64-73-76—213 E

Nicholas Thompson 67-74-72—213 E

Kyle Stanley 70-67-76—213 E

John Senden 71-71-71—213 E

Bob Estes 72-68-74—214 +1

Cameron Tringale 74-67-73—214 +1

Carl Pettersson 68-73-73—214 +1

Erik Compton 72-70-72—214 +1

George McNeill 71-68-76—215 +2

K.J. Choi 71-71-73—215 +2

Josh Teater 68-72-76—216 +3

Boo Weekley 69-72-75—216 +3

Jeff Overton 68-74-74—216 +3

Martin Flores 71-69-77—217 +4

Brian Gay 68-72-77—217 +4

Scott Langley 72-69-76—217 +4

Marc Leishman 72-70-75—217 +4

Charley Hoffman 68-71-79—218 +5

Scott Brown 70-70-78—218 +5

Geoff Ogilvy 68-73-77—218 +5

Stewart Cink 70-70-79—219 +6

Martin Laird 74-68-77—219 +6

David Hearn 73-68-79—220 +7

Failed to make second-round cut

Pat Perez 71-74—145 +3

Ernie Els 73-74—147 +5

Mark Wilson 78-69—147 +5

Angel Cabrera 75-77—152

pga europe: johnnie walker championship

The Gleneagles, Scotland

7,296-yd., par-72

Gleneagles Hotel (PGA Centenary Course)

Ricardo Gonzalez 65-65-70—200-16

Tommy Fleetwoood 68-65-67—200-16

Fredrik Anderrson Hed68-67-66—201-15

Bernd Wiesberger 65-66-72—203-13

Stephen Gallacher 71-68-64—203-13

Brett Rumford 66-69-69—204-12

Scott Henry 72-65-67—204-12

Ross Fisher 66-72-66—204-12

Alvaro Quiros 70-67-68—205-11

Oliver Fisher 66-70-69—205-11

Tom Lewis 67-71-67—205-11

Thorbjorn Olesen 71-68-66—205-11

Paul Waring 75-63-67—205-11

Others

Jose Maria Olazabal 73-68-76—217 +1

Web.com-Cox Classic

At Omaha, Neb.

7,170-yd., par-71

Champions Run

Matt Bettencourt 67-64-65—196-17

Bronson La'Cassie 66-65-65—196-17

John Peterson 66-65-66—197-16

Michael Putnam 67-66-65—198-15

Andrew Loupe 63-68-67—198-15

Nick O'Hern 65-67-67—199-14

Miguel Angel Carballo 67-68-65—200-13

Alex Prugh 66-68-66—200-13

Will Wilcox 69-68-64—201-12

Kevin Tway 69-66-66—201-12

Alexandre Rocha 64-69-68—201-12

Hunter Haas 66-67-68—201-12

Manuel Villegas 69-63-69—201-12

Russell Knox 67-65-69—201-12

Wes Roach 65-66-70—201-12

Len Mattiace 67-64-70—201-12

Others

Shane Bertsch 67-67-68—202-11

Derek Fathauer 69-69-66—204-9

Daniel Chopra 67-68-70—205-8

nga tour: eagle's landing classic

At Stockbridge, Ga.

Rick Cochran 67-65-64—196-14

Nicholas Wilson 65-70-65—200-10

Cedric Sotto 67-64-69—200-10

Kevin Aylwin 63-67-70—200-10

Jonathan Randolph 65-69-67—201-9

Scott Strohmeyer 69-66-68—203-7

Matt Harmon 68-66-69—203-7

Kent Bulle 68-70-66—204-6

Adam Hart 68-70-66—204-6

Christopher Ross 71-66-67—204-6

Others

Brandon Brown 67-72-72—211 +1

LPGA-Canadian Women's Open

At Edmonton, Alberta

6,443-yd., par-70

Royal Mayfair Golf Club

(a-amateur)

Caroline Hedwall 68-68-64—200-10

Suzann Pettersen 69-67-65—201-9

a-Lydia Ko 65-69-67—201-9

I.K. Kim 71-66-65—202-8

Brittany Lincicome 68-68-66—202-8

Gerina Piller 70-66-67—203-7

Paula Creamer 66-68-69—203-7

Karine Icher 67-66-70—203-7

Jodi Ewart Shadoff 71-66-67—204-6

Caroline Masson 70-67-67—204-6

Jessica Korda 70-66-68—204-6

Stacy Prammanasudh68-67-69—204-6

Brittany Lang 70-67-68—205-5

Lexi Thompson 71-65-69—205-5

Yani Tseng 72-68-66—206-4

Kathleen Ekey 71-64-71—206-4

Charley Hull 69-66-71—206-4

Angela Stanford 65-68-73—206-4

Inbee Park 67-65-74—206-4

Mi Jung Hur 70-70-67—207-3

Jiyai Shin 74-66-67—207-3

Danielle Kang 71-67-69—207-3

Mika Miyazato 70-67-70—207-3

Catriona Matthew 70-66-71—207-3

Cristie Kerr 66-66-75—207-3

high school boys

Meade Co. Classic

At Kearney Hill G.L., Lexington

Teams—Covington Catholic 297, Scott Co. 298, St. Xavier 300, West Jessamine 301, Ballard 305, Trinity 305, Ashland Blazer 310, St. Xavier 314, Louisville Christian 315, Ryle 315, Lexington Christian 316, Corbin 319, Lexington Catholic 320, Elizabethtown 320, Henry Clay 322, Madison Central 324, South Warren 327, Montgomery Co. 328, Lafayette 339, Jackson Co. 343.

Top individuals—Bill Tom Sargent, Scott Co., 67; Spencer Reed, Ballard, 68; Paul Huber, Covington Catholic, 70; Brett Bauereis, Covington Catholic, 70.

Outdoors

solar-lunar table

This table lists top fishing times and days for the coming weeks. For best results, begin fishing one hour before and continue one hour after the times given. Times apply to all time zones (bold indicates best days).

August 25-31

Sunday 4:35 a.m. 4:55 p.m.

Monday 5:20 a.m. 5:45 p.m.

Tuesday 6:10 a.m. 6:35 p.m.

Wednesday 7:00 a.m. 7:20 p.m.

Thursday 7:45 a.m. 8:10 p.m.

Friday 8:35 a.m. 8:55 p.m.

Saturday 9:20 a.m. 9:45 p.m.

September 1-8

Sunday 10:10 a.m. 10:30 p.m.

Monday 10:55 a.m. 11:15 p.m.

Tuesday 11:40 a.m. Noon

Wednesday 12:25 p.m. 12:45 a.m.

Thursday 1:10 p.m. 1:30 a.m.

Friday 1:55 p.m. 2:20 a.m.

Saturday 2:45 p.m. 3:10 a.m.

Sunday 3:35 p.m. 4:00 a.m.

Roller derby

flat track

At Lexington

Central Ky. 268, Clarksville 103

Sports calendar

BASEBALL

PLAYERS WANTED

Lexington Adult Baseball League — Seeking players ages 18+ for next season. Register at lexingtonadultbaseball.org or call Brad Shepherd 606-272-0127 for more information.

TRYOUTS

Sept. 14-15 — Lexington Grays 10u at Falling Springs Park in Versailles. Cody Christopher (859) 749-3734.

FOOTBALL

GAMES WANTED

Anderson Co. Parks & Recreation — Looking for opponents to play 3rd/4th and 5th/6th grade teams. Kenton Bottoms (502) 680-753 or kwbottoms51@gmail.com

SIGNUPS

Lexington Youth League — Full-contact for ages 5-6, 7-8, 9-11. Register at www.lyfl.org. (859) 806-2239.

RUNNING

EVENTS

Sept. 14 — The Run4DC 5K at Simmons Elementary School in Versailles. Run, jog, or walk. 830 Tyrone Pike, 9 a.m. $25, register via www.run4dc.com. All proceeds toward 5th-grade field trip to Washington, D.C.

Keep us informed

Mail items to Sports Calendar, Lexington Herald-Leader, 100 Midland Avenue, Lexington, Ky. 40508-1999, fax (Attention: Sports Calendar) to (859) 231-1451, or email to hlsports@herald-leader.com. When listing phone number, specify area code. Items should specify sport and should be received at least three weeks before the event.

Soccer

high school boys

At Frankfort

Western Hills 4, Frankfort 2

GoalsWH: Caudill, Arnold, Johnson, McClease; F: Skelton, Spade.

GoalkeepersWH: Bates; F: Gray.

Records—Western Hills 3-0, Frankfort 2-1.

At Lexington Christian

Lexington Christian 5, Johnson Central 1

GoalsLC: Leopold, L.Hamilton, G.Hamilton, Johnson, own; JC: Antignano.

GoalkeepersLC: Penalda, Graybeal; JC: Pack.

Records—Lexington Christian 1-1-1, Johnson Central 2-1.

At Sayre

Sayre 3, Clark Co. 1

GoalsS: Dunn, Newton, Pelfrey; CC: Morales.

GoalkeepersS: Goodman; CC: Gaunce.

Records—Sayre 3-0, Clarck Co. 2-1.

At Scott

Scott 2, Simon Kenton 1

GoalsSc: Morgan, Snider; SK: Selimovic.

RecordsSc: Seay; SK: Leanhart.

high school girls

At Lexington Catholic

Notre Dame 2, Lexington Catholic 0

Goals—Arnez, Sherrard.

GoalkeepersND: Hansel, Kim; LC: Meet, Youkilis.

Records—Notre Dame 1-0, Lexington Catholic 1-2.

At St. Henry

Woodford Co. 2, St. Henry 1

GoalsWC: Pictor, Graf; SH: Bohmer.

GoalkeepersWC: Martin, R.Adams; SH: Ziegelmeyer.

Records—Woodford Co. 2-0, St. Henry 0-2

fayette co. spectacular

At Tates Creek

FINALS

Tates Creek 6, Boyle Co. 2

Goals—TC: Tussey, Chlebowy, Poage, Lankster 3; BC: Paynter, Baker.

GoalkeepersTC: Hein; B: Naylor.

Records—Tates Creek 4-0, Boyle Co. 1-1-2.

SEMIFINALS

South Oldham 2, Lafayette 1

GoalsSO: Steinburger, Laws; L: Daniels.

GoalkeepersSO: Malueg; L: Heinonen.

Tates Creek 10, Bethlehem 0

Goals—Eubanks 2, Lankster 2, Poage 2, Whaley, Tussey, Caton, McNees.

GoalkeepersTC: Hein; B: Ulrich.

Records—Tates Creek 3-0, Bethlehem 1-2.

CONSOLATION

Henry Clay 3, Madison Southern 1

GoalsHC: Elsen, Whalen, Higgins; MS: Ramey.

GoalkeepersHC: Barfield; MS: Murphy.

Boyle Co. 1, Paul Dunbar 1

GoalsBC: Paynter; PD: Dawson

GoalkeepersBC: Naylor; PD: Tallio.

Records—Boyle Co. 1-0-2, Paul Dunbar 0-1-2.

Volleyball

college

St. thomas invitational

At Miami Gardens, Fla.

Lindsey Wilson 3, Evangel 1

Lindsey Wilson 3, St. Thomas 0

Odds

glantz-culver line

NCAA Football

Thursday, Aug. 29

Favorite Open Sat. Underdog

at South Carolina 10½ 11 North Carolina

at Minnesota 14½ 14 UNLV

at Bowling Green 3 3½ Tulsa

at UCF 21½ 21½ Akron

at Utah pk 3 Utah St.

Mississippi 1 3 at Vanderbilt

at Fresno St. 11½ 10 Rutgers

Southern Cal 20½ 22½ at Hawaii

Friday, Aug. 30

at Michigan St. 27 27 W. Michigan

at Miami 31½ 32½ FAU

Texas Tech 7 5½ at SMU

Saturday, Aug. 31

at Wisconsin 44 44½ UMass

at Michigan 34½ 31½ Cent. Michigan

at Ohio St. 35 36 Buffalo

at NC State 14½ 13½ Louisiana Tech

at Maryland 18½ 20 FIU

at Iowa 3 3 N. Illinois

at Notre Dame 30 30 Temple

BYU 2½ 3 at Virginia

Alabama-a 17½ 19½ Virginia Tech

at Troy 6½ 5 UAB

at Cincinnati 7½ 10½ Purdue

Kentucky-b 7½ 4½ Western Ky.

at Marshall 17 18 Miami (Ohio)

Oklahoma St.-c 11 12½ Mississippi St.

at Oklahoma 22½ 23½ La.-Monroe

at Southern Miss. 7 7½ Texas St.

at Texas 41½ 42 New Mexico St.

at Texas A&M off off Rice

at Florida 23 23½ Toledo

at Arkansas 10½ 10½ La.-Lafayette

at Auburn 17 14 Washington St.

at North Texas 14½ 15 Idaho

Penn St.-d 7 7 Syracuse

at Nebraska 27 28 Wyoming

at New Mexico 3 3 UTSA

Georgia 2½ 1½ at Clemson

Louisiana St.-e 3 4 TCU

at Washington 5½ 4 Boise St.

at UCLA 17 19½ Nevada

Northwestern 3 6 at California

Sunday, Sept. 1

at Louisville 21 20½ Ohio

Colorado St.-f 2½ 2½ Colorado

Monday, Sept. 2

Florida St. 7½ 10 at Pittsburgh

a-at Atlanta; b-at Nashville, Tenn.; c-at Houston; d-at E. Rutherford, N.J.; e-at Arlington, Texas; f-at Denver

Off key — Texas A&M QB questionable

NFL Pre-season

Favorite Open Sat. Underdog

at Houston 2½ 2½ New Orleans

at San Francisco 4½ 3½ Minnesota

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