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Scoreboard: May 1

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BASEBALL

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES —Announced LHP Wilfredo Perez cleared waivers and was sent outright to Bowie (EL).

CLEVELAND INDIANS —Activated RHP Hector Ambriz from the 15-day DL. Optioned RHP Joe Smith to Columbus (IL).

KANSAS CITY ROYALS —Activated 2B Chris Getz from the 15-day DL. Optioned RHP Victor Marte to Omaha (PCL).

MINNESOTA TWINS —Placed RHP Nick Blackburn on the family medical emergency list. Recalled RHP Jeff Manship from Rochester (IL).

OAKLAND ATHLETICS —Recalled RHP Trevor Cahill from Sacramento (PCL). Selected the contract of C Josh Donaldson from Sacramento. Placed C Kurt Suzuki on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 24. Optioned OF Matt Carson to Sacramento. Transferred RHP Joey Devine to the 60-day DL.

National League

CINCINNATI REDS —Placed OF Chris Dickerson on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Chris Heisey from Louisville (IL).

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES —Activated RHP Brad Lidge from the 15-day DL. Placed RHP Ryan Madson on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Antonio Bastardo from Lehigh Valley (IL).

SAN DIEGO PADRES —Selected the contract of INF Lance Zawadzki from Portland (PCL). Placed INF Everth Cabrera on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 27 and INF Matt Antonelli on the 60-day DL.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BUFFALO BILLS —Signed WR David Nelson and LB Mike Wright.

CHICAGO BEARS —Named Tim Ruskell director of player personnel. Signed DE Mark Anderson.

CINCINNATI BENGALS —Signed DE Rahim Alem, RB Cordera Eason, S Bryan Evans, OT Gabriel Manns, S Jeromy Miles, OT Andrew Mitchell, LB Vincent Rey, RB Joe Tronzo and LS Mike Windt.

CLEVELAND BROWNS —Signed DB Benjamin Burney, DB Chris Chancellor, WR Jonathan Haggerty, WR Dion Morton, WR Aaron Valentin, OL Casey Bender, OL Joel Reinders, LB Auston English, DL Swanson Miller and TE Troy Wagner.

DETROIT LIONS —Signed LB Caleb Campbell, CB Aaron Berry, DT Robert Callaway, FB Matt Clapp, TE Richard Dickson, WR Mike Moore, WR Contrevious Parks, and LS Sam Scroggins.

GREEN BAY PACKERS —Signed QB Noah Shepard, WR Chastin West, CB Sam Shields, RB Quinn Porter, LB Frank Zombo, LB Alex Joseph, LB Tim Knicky, LB John Russell, G Nick McDonald, OT Chris Campbell and WR Jeff Moturi.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS —Signed DE Trevor Anderson, DB David Caldwell, DB Jordan Hemby, QB Tim Hiller, WR Brandon James, RB Javarris James, DB Brandon King, OT Jeff Linkenbach, DB Donye' McCleskey, DB Mike Newton, G Gregg Peat, PK Brett Swenson, LB Vuna Tuihalamaka, DB Thad Turner, OT Andrew Tyshovnytsky and WR Blair White.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS —Signed LB Freddy Keiaho.

MIAMI DOLPINS —Signed DB Jonathan Amaya, DT Travis Ivey, WR Marlon Moore, CB A.J. Wallace, WR Roberto Wallace and DB Ross Weaver.

NEW YORK GIANTS —Announced the retirement of P Jeff Feagles.

OAKLAND RAIDERS —Waived FB Oren O'Neal.

COLLEGE

EASTERN KENTUCKY —Signed Madison High School seniors Adam Herald and Stuart Witt to men's golf.

PIKEVILLE —Signed Tabitha Mounts of Tug Valley High School to women's basketball.

EAST CAROLINA —Named Heather Macy women's basketball coach.

HOFSTRA —Suspended men's basketball coach Tim Welsh after learning through media reports that he was charged with driving while intoxicated April 30.

HOLY FAMILY —Named John O'Connor men's basketball coach.

MISSISSIPPI —Announced sophomore F Murphy Holloway is leaving the men's basketball team for personal reasons.

PFEIFFER —Named Jeremy Currier men's basketball coach.

WISCONSIN —Signed men's basketball coach Bo Ryan to a one-year contract extension through 2016 and women's basketball coach Lisa Stone to a two-year extension.

Baseball

minor league

international league

Friday's games

Scranton Wilkes-Barre 5, Louisville 4

Buffalo 12, Durham 7

Pawtucket 7, Indianapolis 6

Syracuse 2, Toledo 1

Charlotte 9, Columbus 2

Gwinnett 5, Norfolk 1

Rochester 10, Lehigh Valley 3

Saturday's games

Louisville at Buffalo, 4:05 p.m.

Indianapolis at Lehigh Valley, 6:35 p.m.

Charlotte at Toledo, 7 p.m.

Syracuse at Columbus, 7:05 p.m.

Pawtucket at Gwinnett, 7:05 p.m.

Durham at Rochester, 7:05 p.m.

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre at Norfolk, 7:15 p.m.

south atlantic league

Friday's games

Savannah 7, Lexington 2

Augusta 14, Hagerstown 6

Rome 3, Greensboro 2

Greenville 4, West Virginia 3

Delmarva 6, Asheville 3

Hickory 9, Charleston 2

Kannapolis 7, Lakewood 3

Saturday's games

Lexington at Savannah, 6:05 p.m.

Augusta at Hagerstown, 6:35 p.m.

Rome at Greensboro, 7 p.m.

West Virginia at Greenville, 7 p.m.

Lakewood at Kannapolis, 7:05 p.m.

Hickory at Charleston, 7:05 p.m.

Delmarva at Asheville, 7:05 p.m.

college

friday's games

Northern Ky. 13-5 Indianapolis 4-2

Union 9-6 Bryan 6-4

Kentucky 030 410 220—12 12 2

Tennessee 002 110 301— 8 9 1

Darnell, Kennedy (7), Kaczmarek (9) and Nidiffer; Morgado, Blount (5), Leffler (7), Crnkovich (7), Hochevar (9) and Forsythe. W—Darnell (4-3). L—Morgado (2-6). 2B—Liles (T), Duffy (T). HR—Bisson (K), Glad (K), Ray (K), Nidiffer (K).

Records—Kentucky 24-18 (7-12 SEC), Tennessee 22-21 (6-13).

Rutgers 000 010 110—3 8 2

Louisville 010 002 02x—5 7 1

Hill, Roe (7), Smorol (8), Gebler (8) and Hernandez; Royse, Holland (9) and Arnold. W—Royse (8-1). L—Roe (2-1). 2B—Ijames (L). 3B—Hernandez (R). HR—Lang (R), Hernandez (R), Boykin (R), Wright (L), Wunderlich (L).

Rutgers 000 013 000—4 11 2

Louisville 005 000 22x—9 12 0

Gaynor, Elsing (8) and Hernandez; Koch, Kiekhefer (6), Shaw (7) and Arnold. W—Koch (2-0). L—Gaynor (5-5). Sv—Shaw (3). 2B—Lang (R), Biserta (R), Betteridge (R), Arnold (L), Wright (L), Wasserman (L), HR—Hernandez (R), Clark (L), Wunderlich (L), Ijames (L).

Records—Louisville 35-7 (13-4 Big East), Rutgers 21-19 (10-7).

mid-south tournament

First round (Best-of-3)

Georgetown 000 410 000—5 9 3

Lindsey Wilson 000 020 000—2 4 2

Massie and Grandon; Rhodes, Greene (5) and Harrington. W—Massie. L—Rhodes. 2B—Thackson (G), Hatfield (G), Helm (L). 3B—Larkin (G).

Georgetown wins series 2-0, advances

SEC STANDINGS, SCHEDULE

EASTERN DIVISION

Conf. Overall

W-L Pct W-L Pct

South Carolina 15-4 .789 33-8 .805

Florida 12-6 .667 28-11 .718

Vanderbilt 10-9 .526 33-12 .733

Kentucky 7-12 .368 24-18 .571

Tennessee 6-13 .316 22-21 .512

Georgia 3-16 .158 13-30 .302

WESTERN DIVISION

Conf. Overall

W-L Pct W-L Pct

Arkansas 14-5 .737 35-8 .814

Louisiana St. 11-7 .611 32-10 .762

Mississippi 11-7 .611 30-13 .698

Auburn 10-9 .526 28-15 .651

Alabama 8-11 .421 27-16 .628

Mississippi St. 5-13 .278 20-20 .500

Friday's games

Kentucky 12, Tennessee 8

Vanderbilt 17, Georgia 5

Arkansas 9, Auburn 4

South Carolina 9, Alabama 7 (11)

Mississippi at Mississippi St. (n)

LSU at Florida, ppd., rain

high school

Greenup Co. 000 320 0— 5 7 5

Lex. Catholic 002 044 x—10 4 2

Hardin, Jones (5), Vanbibber (5) and Brown; Maronde, Hurt (7) and Jackson. W—Maronde (4-1). L—Hardin (2-3). 2B—Brown 2 (G), Jackson (L).

Records—Lexington Catholic 17-4, Greenup Co. 14-10.

Johnson Central 101 000 0—2 5 4

Boyle Co. 003 104 x—8 7 1

Stacy, Parker (6) and Scarberry; Bodner and Young. W-Bodner. L—Stacy. 3B—Ross (B). HR—Bottoms (B).

Records—Johnson Central 12-11, Boyle Co. 15-9.

Henry Clay 100 003 1—5 8 4

Harrison Co. 110 041 x—7 9 3

Buehler, Wallace (6) and McCray; Dailey and Moss. W—Dailey (4-1). L—Buehler (2-4). 2B—Bayes (He), Engle (He), Sanders (Ha). HR—Dailey (He).

Records—Harrison Co. 17-4, Henry Clay 14-9.

Lafayette 101 101 00—4 6 4

Elizabethtown 230 202 x—9 9 4

Cobb, Hollin (4) and Ferguson, Messner (4); Elmore, Goodman (4) and Appleman. W—Goodman. L—Cobb. 2B—Lockard (L), Elmore (E). HR—Goodman (E).

Records—Elizabethtown 18-6, Lafayette 14-6.

McCreary Cent. 001 101 00—3 5 2

East Jess. 000 011 11—4 4 1

Watts, Hayes (8) and King; Poulin, Miller (5) and Peel, Poulin. W—Miller. L—Hayes. HR—Watts 2 (M).

Mercer Co. 001 000 0—1 1 1

Danville 013 004 x—8 8 0

McCray, Honchel (4) and Gooch; Elmore and Lasure. W—Elmore. L—McCray. 2B—Evans (D), Bell (D).

Records—Danville 19-7, Mercer Co. 17-7.

Somerset 000 00— 0 2 0

Southwestern 200 17—10 13 1

Alexander, Bastin (4) and Wilson; Claywell and Jones. W-Claywell. L-Alexander. 2B-Manning (Som), Henderlight (Som), Ray (SW), Claywell (SW).

Records— Southwestern 15-8, Somerset 16-6.

Woodford Co. 005 000 0—5 7 4

Madison So. 000 000 0—0 5 3

Ares and Smither; Boggs, Acres (5) and Pickett. W-Ares. L—Boggs. 2B—McGuire 2 (M).

Records—Woodford Co. 12-11, Madison Southern 8-14.

Basketball

nba

playoffs

(All series best-of-7)

FIRST ROUND

Friday's games

Atlanta 83, Milwaukee 69, series tied 3-3

L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City (n), L.A. led series 3-2

Denver at Utah, Utah led series 3-2

Sunday's games

Milwaukee at Atlanta, 1 p.m.

x-Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 3:30 p.m.

x-Utah at Denver, 3:30 or 8 p.m.

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

Saturday's game

Boston at Cleveland, 8 p.m.

Sunday's games

(If game 7 of first round is not necessary)

Utah at L.A. Lakers or Oklahoma City at Utah, 3:30 p.m.

Hawks 83, Bucks 69

Eastern Conference first round; series tied 3-3

ATLANTA (83) — Williams 1-5 0-0 2, Jos.Smith 4-11 2-3 10, Horford 6-12 3-5 15, Bibby 4-9 1-2 10, Johnson 8-24 4-4 22, Pachulia 0-0 0-2 0, Crawford 8-17 6-6 24, Evans 0-3 0-0 0, West 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-81 16-22 83.

MILWAUKEE (69) — Delfino 8-19 0-0 20, Mbah a Moute 1-4 2-2 4, Thomas 5-10 1-1 11, Jennings 4-15 3-3 12, Salmons 2-13 4-4 8, Ridnour 2-3 0-0 5, Ilyasova 1-4 0-0 2, Stackhouse 2-6 2-2 7, Gadzuric 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 25-76 12-12 69.

Atlanta 16 15 29 23—83

Milwaukee 19 15 11 24—69

Three-point goals—Atlanta 5-16 (Johnson 2-5, Crawford 2-6, Bibby 1-3, Jos.Smith 0-2), Milwaukee 7-26 (Delfino 4-9, Stackhouse 1-1, Ridnour 1-2, Jennings 1-9, Ilyasova 0-2, Salmons 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 62 (Horford 15), Milwaukee 45 (Thomas 9). Assists—Atlanta 15 (Johnson 6), Milwaukee 14 (Salmons 4). Total fouls—Atlanta 15, Milwaukee 24. A—18,717 (18,717).

Golf

professional

pga:quail hollow championship

At Charlotte, N.C.

7,469-yd., par-72 Quail Hollow Club

Billy Mayfair 68-68—136-8

Angel Cabrera 70-67—137-7

J.P. Hayes 74-64—138-6

Dustin Johnson 73-65—138-6

Phil Mickelson 70-68—138-6

Paul Goydos 68-70—138-6

J.J. Henry 68-71—139-5

Camilo Villegas 67-72—139-5

Jim Furyk 75-65—140-4

Kevin Sutherland 72-68—140-4

Garth Mulroy 69-71—140-4

Tom Gillis 71-69—140-4

Geoff Ogilvy 68-72—140-4

Bill Haas 71-70—141-3

Nick Watney 70-71—141-3

Anthony Kim 72-69—141-3

Robert Allenby 71-70—141-3

Bo Van Pelt 65-76—141-3

Davis Love III 70-71—141-3

Greg Chalmers 70-71—141-3

Kevin Na 72-69—141-3

Ricky Barnes 69-72—141-3

Others

Chad Campbell 72-70—142-2

Trevor Immelman 74-68—142-2

Hunter Mahan 71-71—142-2

Heath Slocum 69-74—143-1

Bubba Watson 70-73—143-1

Zach Johnson 71-73—144 E

Padraig Harrington 72-72—144 E

Rocco Mediate 70-75—145 +1

Kenny Perry 66 - 79—145 +1

Mark Calcavecchia 71-74—145 +1

Stuart Appleby 75-70—145 +1

Mark Wilson 73-72—145 +1

Scott McCarron 70-75—145 +1

Failed to qualify

J.B. Holmes 79 - 68—147 +3

Pat Perez 76-71—147 +3

David Duval 71-76—147 +3

Stewart Cink 72-75—147 +3

Fred Couples 76-71—147 +3

Ben Curtis 71-77—148 +4

Josh Teater 74 - 74—148 +4

Vijay Singh 77-72—149 +5

Nick O'Hern 73-76—149 +5

Rory Sabbatini 72-78—150 +6

Boo Weekley 74-76—150 +6

Tiger Woods 74-79—153 +9

Willis Ring 78 - 80—158 +14

PGA Europe:Spanish Open

At Seville, Spain

7,134-yd., par-72 Real Club de Golf de Sevilla

Johan Edfors 70-64—134-10

Mark Foster 69-66—135-9

Sebi Garcia 68-67—135-9

Danny Willett 68-68—136-8

Raphael Jacquelin 69-67—136-8

Nicolas Colsaerts 71-66—137-7

Carlos del Moral 68-69—137-7

Fabrizio Zanotti 70-67—137-7

Stephen Dodd 69-68—137-7

David Drysdale 70-66—137-7

Ariel Canete 70-67—137-7

nationwide:athens classic

At Athens, Ga.

7,240-yd., par-71 University of Georgia Golf Course

Bobby Gates 66-69—135-7

Daniel Summerhays 67-68—135-7

Mark Anderson 66-69—135-7

Michael Putnam 67-69—136-6

J.J. Killeen 69-67—136-6

Ryan Armour 70-67—137-5

Bradley Iles 66-71—137-5

Martin Piller 67-70—137-5

Bob May 69-68—137-5

Arjun Atwal 67-71—138-4

Kevin Kisner 73-65—138-4

Others

Robert Damron 70 - 71—141 - 1

Mark Blakefield 74 - 68—142 E

Champions: Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic

At Biloxi, Miss.

7,054-yd., par-72 (36 - 36) Fallen Oak Golf Club

Leonard Thompson 33-34—67-5

Bob Tway 34-33—67-5

David Peoples 34-34—68-4

Tom Purtzer 33-35—68-4

Brad Bryant 32-36—68-4

David Eger 36-32—68-4

Mark O'Meara 35-34—69-3

Eduardo Romero 35-34—69-3

Ted Schulz 35-34—69-3

John Ross 36-34—70-2

Nick Price 34-36—70-2

Loren Roberts 36-34—70-2

Jay Haas 35-35—70-2

David Frost 34-36—70-2

Tommy Armour III 34-36—70-2

Joey Sindelar 35-35—70-2

Rod Spittle 35-35—70-2

Others

Ben Crenshaw 37-34—71-1

Larry Mize 37-35—72 E

Craig Stadler 38-34—72 E

Bruce Vaughan 37-35—72 E

Russ Cochran 37-35—72 E

Jodie Mudd 39-35—74 +2

LPGA: Tres Marias Championship

At Morelia, Mexico

6,539-yd., par-73 (36 - 37) Tres Marias Golf Club

a - denotes amateur

Michelle Wie 66-68—134-12

Brittany Lincicome 68-67—135-11

Ai Miyazato 63-72—135-11

Na Yeon Choi 69-68—137-9

Jee Young Lee 71-67—138-8

Kristy McPherson 71-68—139-7

Stacy Lewis 71-68—139-7

Jeong Jang 69-70—139-7

Sarah Jane Smith 68-71—139-7

Karen Stupples 67-72—139-7

Lorena Ochoa 66-73—139-7

Others

Anna Nordqvist 70-72—142-4

Sherri Steinhauer 70-72—142-4

Failed to qualify

Stacy Prammanasudh 79-71—150 +4

Leah Wigger 75-75—150 +4

local

hole-in-one

At Connemara, Nicholasville

Gene Klinger aced the 149-yard 13th hole with an 8-iron. Witnesses: Joe Daugherty, Paul Rochner, Charles Montgomery.

Hockey

nhl

playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

(All games first of series, unless otherwise noted)

Friday's game

Montreal at Pittsburgh (n)

Saturday's games

Philadelphia at Boston, 12:30 p.m.

Vancouver at Chicago, 8 p.m.

Sunday's games

Montreal at Pittsburgh, 2 p.m.

Detroit at San Jose, 8 p.m. (San Jose leads series 1-0)

Softball

college

Kentucky 001 003 0—4 7 1

Michigan 000 005 x—5 5 0

Bell and Yocke; Taylor, Nemitz (7) and Clair. W—Taylor (22-3). L—Bell (16-12). Sv—Nemitz (1). 2B—Cervantes (K), Viefhaus (M), Nemitz (M). 3B—Evans (M). HR—St. Clair (M).

Records—Michigan 39-6, Kentucky 29-22.

high school

East Jessamine 002 001 2—5 12 0

Estill Co. 000 100 1—2 3 0

Davis and Hall; Davis and Roland. W—Davis. L—Davis. 2B—Underwood (EJ), Hall (EJ), Rainwater (EJ). HR-Davis (EJ).

Henry Clay 010 010 0—2 4 1

Paul Dunbar 100 120 x—4 7 2

Mathis and M. Hamilton. Zander and Roberts. W—Zander. L—Mathis. 2B—McIntosh (P), Elias (D).

Records—Paul Dunbay 13-7, Henry Clay 11-10.

Sports Warehouse Classic at Owensboro

Hancock Co. 320 102—8 8 0

Lex. Catholic 001 000—1 6 3

Wroe and Daugherty; Hambrick, Roth (2), Dawson (6) and Simms. L—Hambrick (7-6). W—Wroe (13-4). 2B—Hollemback (L), Mueller (L). HR—Mosby (H).

Records—Hancock Co. 19-5, Lexington Catholic 10-10.

Track and field

high school

Thursday's meet

Henry Clay All-Comers

BOYS

Teams—Henry Clay 133, Bryan Station 128, Paul Dunbar 107, Tates Creek 73, West Jessamine 41, Anderson Co. 37, Lafayette 23.

100—Bo Brooks, Henry Clay, 11.2 seconds; 200—Zephaniah Godfrey, Bryan Station, 22.7; 400—Najee Calderon, Bryan Station, 49.8; 800—Rutti Eberhard, West Jessamine, 2:06.2; 1,600—Rob Wahl, Paul Dunbar, 4:36.0; 110 hurdles—Ryan Cole, Henry Clay, 15.8; 300 hurdles—Jacob McLimore, Bryan Station, 40.7; 4x100 relay—Henry Clay, 43.7; 4x200 relay—Bryan Station, 1:30.8; 4x800 relay—Henry Clay, 10:45.6; 4x400 relay—Henry Clay, 3:40.3; Shot put—David Tooley, Paul Dunbar, 30.07.00 meters; Discus—Samson Lam, Tates Creek, 143-00; Long jump—James Hellard, Henry Clay, 21-02.00; Triple jump—Reshawn Walker, Bryan Station, 42-09.50; High jump—Ryan Ratliff, Anderson Co, 5-08.00; Pole vault—Slade Klinksiek, Henry Clay, 11-00.00.

GIRLS

Teams—Bryan Station 144, Paul Dunbar 109, Henry Clay 73, West Jessamine 61, Anderson Co. 50, Lafayette 44.

100—Indya Raglin, Paul Dunbar, 12.9 seconds; 200—Sariah Edwards, Bryan Station, 26.1; 400—Labi Frazier, Bryan Station, 1:00.9; 800—Smith, Henry Clay, 2:28.7; 1,600—Caroline Smith, Henry Clay, 5:34.8; 3,200—Geena Neustat, Lafayette, 16:04.5; 100 hurdles—Nealy Williams, Bryan Station, 15.3; 300 hurdles—Williams, Bryan Station, 46.8; 4x100 relay—Paul Dunbar, 51.9; 4x200 relay—Bryan Station, 1:48.0; 4x400 relay—Bryan Station, 4:35.2; 4x800 relay—Henry Clay, 10:45.6; Shot put—Sierra Guy, Dunbar, 30-07.00 meters; Discus—Carynn Stewart, Bryan Station, 91-09; Long jump—Williams, Bryan Station, 17-00.00; Triple jump—Williams, Bryan Station, 35-02.00; High jump—Allison Rehner, West Jessamine, 4-08.00; Pole vault—Rehner, West Jessamine, 8-00.00.

Odds

glantz-culver line

NBA playoffs

Favorite Line Underdog

at Cleveland 7½ Boston

Monday

at Phoenix 4½ San Antonio

Odds to win series

Favorite Line Underdog Line

Cleveland-430 Boston +350

Phoenix-140 San Antonio +120

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