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Scoreboard: May 9

Transactions

BASEBALL

American League

NEW YORK YANKEES—Placed 1B Nick Johnson on the 15-day DL. Recalled INF Kevin Russo from Scranton-Wilkes Barre (IL). National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Activated OF Conor Jackson from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF Gerardo Parra to Reno (PCL).

CHICAGO CUBS—Activated RHP Esmailin Caridad from the 15-day DL. Optioned RHP Jeff Gray to Iowa (PCL).

HOUSTON ASTROS—Activated INF Chris Johnson from the 15-day DL and optioned him to Round Rock (PCL).

LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Activated OF Manny Ramirez from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF Xavier Paul to Albuquerque (PCL).

WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Recalled LHP Matt Chico from Harrisburg (EL).

Eastern League

TRENTON THUNDER—Announced INF Justin Snyder was assigned to Scranton-Wilkes Barre (IL). Announced OF Justin Christina was assigned to the team.

COLLEGE

FLORIDA—Announced junior F Alex Tyus has withdrawn from the NBA draft.

PACE—Named Karrin Moore women's volleyball coach.

PURDUE—Announced junior G E'Twaun Moore and junior C JaJuan Johnson have withdrawn from the NBA draft.

Baseball

Minor League

international league

Saturday's games

Gwinnett 4, Syracuse 2 (5) susp., rain

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 4, Durham 2

Louisville 16, Rochester 5

Lehigh Valley 5, Columbus 3

Buffalo 4, Indianapolis 3

Charlotte 8, Pawtucket 4

Toledo at Norfolk (n)

Rochester at Louisville (n)

Sunday's games

Gwinnett 4, Syracuse 2 (5) comp. of susp. game

Toledo at Norfolk, 1:15 p.m.

Columbus at Lehigh Valley, 1:35 p.m.

Buffalo at Indianapolis, 2 p.m.

Gwinnett at Syracuse, 2 p.m.

Rochester at Louisville, 2:05 p.m.

Pawtucket at Charlotte, 2:15 p.m.

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre at Durham, 5:05 p.m.

South Atlantic League

Saturday's games

Lexington 7, Greensboro 4

Savannah 11, Lakewood 7

Greenville 5, Hickory 3

Asheville 9, Rome 1

Augusta 11, Hagerstown 1

Delmarva 4, Charleston 2

West Virginia 3, Kannapolis 2

Sunday's games

Savannah at Lakewood, 1:05 p.m.

Asheville at Rome, 2 p.m.

Hagerstown at Augusta, 2:05 p.m.

Greensboro at Lexington, 2:05 p.m.

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

Greenville at Hickory, 5 p.m.

Charleston at Delmarva, 7:05 p.m.

College

STATE

Bellarmine 17 St. Joseph's 6

Bryan 5 Union 3

Murray St. 8-9 Eastern Ky. 1-6

Thomas More 5-8 Westminster 3-3

UALR 8 Western Ky. 6

UT-Martin 10-17 Morehead St. 9-8

Eastern Ky. 000 100 000—1 3 2

Murray St. 500 201 00x—8 15 0

Duncan, Smith (6) and Stevens. Craycraft and Laws. W—Craycraft (6-3). L—Duncan (4-3). 2B—Laws (MS), Moore 2 (MS), Craycraft (MS). 3B—Rodriguez (EK), Elliott (MS).

Eastern Ky. 001 500 0—6 5 2

Murray St. 340 101 x—9 14 1

Terry, Bazzani (4) and jamison. Donze, McGaha and Laws. W—McGaha (4-1). L—Terry (3-3). 2B—Laws (MS). 3B—Ottrando (EKU). HR—Cunningham (MS).

Records—Murray St. 23-21, Eastern Ky. 22-21

UALR 101 110 011 02—8 10 3

WKU 210 000 012 00—5 13 2

Golden, Graziano (8), Juris (8), Henke (9) and WIlson. Cameron, Hammonds (5), Perkins (6), Wetherell (8), Davis (10) and Rice. W—Henke (2-3). L—Davis (3-4). 2B—WIlson (UALR), Andreoli (WKU), Robbins 2 (WKU), Ketchum (WKU). 3B—McCollum (UALR), Parks (UALR), Payton (WKU). HR—Brown (UALR).

Records—UALR 23-23, Western Ky. 32-17

High school

Ashland Blazer 002 201 2—7 10 0

Lawrence Co. 201 010 1—5 7 0

Adkins, Salow (6) and Alexander. Cline, Banks (3) and Miller. W—Salow. L—Banks. 2B—Shepherd (LC), Salow (AB), Vincent (AB). HR—Shepherd (LC).

Madison Central 630 004—13 12 2

Lexington Catholic 200 000— 2 4 3

L. Smith and I. Smith. Maronde, Hurt (1), Kirn (5) and Jackson. W—L. Smith (3-0). L—Maronde (4-2). 2B—I. Smith (MC), Trott (MC), Miller (LC).

Records—Madison Central 20-6, Lexington Catholic 19-5

Conner 020 000— 2 6 4

Lexington Catholic 414 021—12 12 1

Russell, Hurt (5) and Ryle. Carroll and Jackson. W—Carroll (4-0). L—Russell (3-2). 2B—Fogle (C), Hurt (LC), Maronde (LC), Brown (LC).

Records—Conner 15-10, Lexington Catholic 20-5

Fayette Co. Invitational

At Lafayette

Bowling Green 010 000 0—1 7 0

Lafayette 110 020 x—4 8 0

Morgan, Decker (6) and Roberts. Cobb, Shaftner (7) and Messner. W—Cobb. L—Morgan. 2B—Herren (L), Page (BG), Anderson (BG).

Records—Lafayette 18-6, Bowling Green 17-8

Ryle 010 000 0—1 3 2

Bowling Green 000 002 x—2 4 1

Imai, Watson (6) and Hoskins. Anderson and Roberts. W—Anderson. L—Imai. 2B—Carney (R), Page (BG).

Records—Ryle 17-8, Bowling Green 17-9

Ryle 130 110 0—6 8 2

Ballard 001 000 3—4 8 4

Donovan, Isler (7) and Hoskins. Rocky, Davidson (6) and Kelley. W—Donovan. L—Rocky. 2B—Truitt (R), Welton (B).

Records—Ryle 18-8, Ballard 17-12

Ballard 021 020 0—5 4 3

Lafayette 100 100 1—3 5 5

Boone and Fidanza. Smith and Ferguson. W—Boone. L—Smith. 2B—Smith (L), Herren (L). 3B—Duncan (L), Fidanza (B).

Records—Ballard 18-12, Lafayette 19-8

At Bryan Station

East Jessamine 060 105 0—12 13 2

East Carter 020 010 0— 3 6 3

Poulin, Baldwin (6) and Peel, Poulin (6). McDavid, Campbell (3), Carper (6) and Back. W—Poulin. L—McDavid. 3B—Miller (EJ). At Tates Creek

Greenup Co. 000 000 0—0 0 2

Tates Creek 230 012 x—8 11 0

Greenslate, Purdue (5) and Brown. Gott, Howard (6), Belcher (7) and Sweet, Broome (4). W—Gott (4-0). L—Greenslate (3-3). 2B—Donovan (TC), VanBussum (TC), Bryant (TC), Cosby (TC).

Records—Tates Creek 18-6, Greenup Co. 16-14

At Paul Dunbar

Lex. Christian 000 200 0—2 6 3

PRP 010 143 x—9 8 0

Coon, Murphy (5), Mossbarger (6) and Hoagland; Angus and Banks. W—Angus. L—Coon. 2B—Atzinger (P), Angus (P), B.Hochman (P), Mattingly (P). HR—Calloway (P).

Records—Pleasure Ridge Park 24-4, Lexington Christian 14-9.

Lex. Christian 140 040 014—14 10 0

Boone Co. 000 103 510—10 9 4

Kalonowski, Bosch (6), Frazier (7), McKiddy (7), Hall (7) and Hoagland, Shewmaker (6), Hoagland (8); Laumann, Devandry (5), Turner (7), Murphy (8) and Dunaway. W—Hall. L—Murphy. 2B—Hoagland (L), Stephens (L), Alford (B), Dunaway (B). 3B—Witt (L). HR-Laumann (B), Cotton (B).

Records—Lexington Christian 15-9, Boone Co. 18-10.

Yellow Jacket Invitational

At Woodford Co.

Boyle Co. 101 403 3—12 11 0

Letcher Co. Cent. 000 000 0— 0 3 3

Piller and Young. M. Baker, Adams (1), M. Baker (4), Smith (6), Blair (7) and Smith, Mason (6). W—Piller. L—M. Baker. 2B—Young (BC). HR—Bodner (BC), Ross (BC).

Records—Boyle Co. 19-9, Letcher Co. 22-6

Boyle Co. 020 10— 3 3 0

North Oldham 053 80—16 17 2

Tritapoe, Sowders (2), Preston (4), Ross (4) and Young, Payne (5). Tyler and Rowe. W—Tyler. L—Tritapoe. 2B—Harley (NO), Cheatham (NO), Bruce (NO)

Records—Boyle Co. 19-10, North Oldham 18-5

Letcher Co. Cent. 000 000 0—0 5 0

Woodford Co. 012 103 x—7 8 0

Short, Evarhide (3), Adams (6) and Smith; Couch and Beavers. W—Couch. L—Short. 2B—Smith (L).

Records—Woodford Co. 13-14, Letcher Co. Central 23-7.

North Oldham 000 001 0—1 3 0

Woodford Co. 001 030 x—4 8 1

Heady, Rowe (5) and Russo; Abel and Smither. W—Abel. L—Heady. HR—Goins (W).

Records—Woodford Co. 14-14, North Oldahm 18-6

Harrison Co. Classic

Newport Cent. Cath. 912 42—18 17 2

South Laurel 000 03— 3 3 5

Cain, Schmits (4) and Kelly; Baker, Miller (1), Davis (4) and Adams. W—Cain (4-1). L—Baker (2-3). 2B—Gilbert (S), Meyer (N), Hightchew 2 (N), Murphy (N). HR—Schmits (N), Schowalter 2 (N).

Records—NCC 17-6, S. Laurel 10-15

McCreary Central 100 001 0—2 7 4

Harrison Co. 300 022 x—7 4 4

Watts and King; Durbin and Hill. W—Durbin (4-0). L—Watts (3-2). 2B—King (M), Moss (H). HR—S.Fowler (H).

Records—Harrison Co. 21-4, McCreary Central 15-8.

Fleming Co. 122 232 3—15 13 3

McCreary Central 003 010 0—4 6 5

Hampton and McRoberts; Dixon, Smith (5) and King. W—Hampton (4-1). L—Dixon (4-3). 2B—Hart 2 (F), T.Hunt (F), Simpson (M). HR—Newsome (F).

Records—Fleming Co. 15-13, McCreary Central 15-9.

Bath Co. 001 000 1—2 8 7

South Laurel 100 233 x—9 12 0

Wright, M.Jones (6) and Stewart; Adams, Burns (7) and Simpson. W—Adams (4-2). L—Wright (2-4). 2B—Stewart (B), Adams (S), Gilbert (S), Wilks 2 (S). HR—Hicks (S).

Records—South Laurel 11-15, Bath Co. 6-16

Third-place

Fleming Co. 000 100 10—2 8 1

South Laurel 000 000 22—4 6 4

Smoot and McRoberts; Hicks, Gilbert (7) and Adams. W—Gilbert (2-2). L—Smoot (3-3). 2B—McRoberts (F), Newsome (F), Hicks (S). HR—Gilbert (S).

Records—South Laurel 12-15, Fleming Co. 15-14

Championship

Newport Cent. Cath. 010 002 1—4 7 3

Harrison Co. 400 001 x—5 7 6

Meyer and Kelly; Dailey and Moss. W—Dailey (5-1). L—Meyer (4-2). 2B—Thomas (H), Dailey (H). HR—Kelly (N).

Records—Harrison Co. 22-4, Newport Central Catholic 17-7.

Basketball

NBA

playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

Tuesday, May 4

Orlando 114 Atlanta 71

L.A. Lakers 111 Utah 103L.A. Lakers leads series 2-0

Wednesday's game

Phoenix 110 San Antonio 102

Thursday's game

Orlando 112 Atlanta 98

Friday's games

Cleveland 124 Boston 95Cleveland leads series 2-1

Phoenix 110 San Antonio 96Phoenix leads series 3-0

Saturday's games

Orlando 105 Atlanta 75Orlando leads series 3-0

Lakers 111, Utah 110, L.A. leads 3-0

Sunday's games

Cleveland at Boston, 3:30 p.m.

Phoenix at San Antonio, 8 p.m.

Golf

Professional

Pga: The Players championship

At Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

7,215-yard, par 72

TPC Sawgrass, Players Stadium Course

Lee Westwood67-65-70—202-14

Robert Allenby 66-70-67—203-13

Ben Crane 67-69-68—204-12

Lucas Glover 70-65-69—204-12

Francesco Molinari 68-65-71—204-12

Chris Stroud 70-69-66—205-11

Tim Clark 68-71-66—205-11

Charley Hoffman 68-68-69—205-11

Heath Slocum 67-66-72—205-11

Bo Van Pelt 68-69-69—206-10

Phil Mickelson 70-71-66—207-9

Zach Johnson 70-70-67—207-9

Bill Haas 68-69-70—207-9

John Rollins 68-69-70—207-9

Fred Funk 72-70-66—208-8

Jimmy Walker 71-69-68—208-8

Nick Watney 69-71-68—208-8

Andres Romero 69-70-69—208-8

Fredrik Jacobson 69-70-69—208-8

Paul Goydos 69-68-71—208-8

Ryan Moore 67-70-71—208-8

Davis Love III 69-68-71—208-8

Luke Donald 67-69-72—208-8

Others

Kenny Perry 67 - 71 - 71—209 - 7

Sergio Garcia 69-70-71—210-6

J.B. Holmes 66 - 72 - 72—210 - 6

Tiger Woods 70-71-71—212-4

Steve Flesch 71-71-71—213-3PGA European: Italian Open

At Turin, Italy

7,272-yard, par 72

Royal Park 1 Roveri Course

Leading scores

Fredrik Andersson Hed

70-66-63—199 -17

Miguel Angel Jiminez69-68-68—205 -11

Chris Wood 71-70-65—206 -10

Peter Whiteford 69-71-66—206 -10

David Horsey 68-71-67—206 -10

Nicolas Colsaerts 70-67-69—206 -10

Ignacio Garrido 70-67-70—207 -9

Francois Delamontagne

71-68-69—208 -8

Hennie Otto 68-69-71—208 -8

Phillip Price 72-72-65—209 -7

Richard McEvoy 72-72-65—209 -7

Richie Ramsay 73-71-65—209 -7

Graeme Storm 67-73-69—209-7

Youth

Mountain Dew Junior series

At Weissinger HIlls G.C.

BOYS

13-14—Jimmy Gates, Louisville 80; Jacob Cook, Frankfort 81; Preston French, Morganfield 87

15-16—Drake Duncan, Bowling Green 74; Josh Frederick, Louisville 76; Connor Maguet, Corbin 78

17-18—Robert Bader, Louisville 81; Jared Gosser, Russell Springs 82; Tim Armentrout, Lexington 85

Girls

13-15—Meghan Theiss, LaGrange 84; Madison Thomas, Shelbyville 85; Grace Rose, Nicholasville 86

16-18—Michaela Manley, Shelbyville 82; Quincy Hogan, Carrollton 84; Krista Power, Owenton 88

Musselman-Dunne Tour

At Owensboro C.C.

BOYS

Championship—Garrett Hinton, Elizabethtown 78; Brendon Doyle, Louisville 78; Cooper Musselman, Louisville 79

11u—Drew Doyle, Louisville 42; C.J. Jones, Bowling Green 42; Owen Workman, Paducah 43

12-13—John Augenstein, Owensboro 80; Jack Berger, Louisville 83; Gray Gupton, Louisville 84

14-15—Benton Seay, Louisville 79; Nick Fowler, Crestwood 106

16-18—Dustin Hicks, Cecilia 84; Russell Rigg, Maysville 87; Connor Anderson, Owensboro 89

College—Harry Watts, Frankfort 76; Grant Hinton, Elizabethtown 83

Girls

Championship—Chau Tran, Louisville 83

13u—Katie Gathof, Louisville 45; Rachel Gathof, Louisville 53; Lilly Young, Waddy 55; Alexa Simmons, Prospect 55

14-15—Rachel Pingleton, Parksville 84; Grace Gupton, Louisville 93

Local

Ladies' Day

At Spring Valley G.C.

Low gross — Ann Combs and Ronda Haggard 77; Sherry Robinson and Sharon McGee, 84 net: Sandy Ball and Patti Elam 65; Barbara Hanna-Ann Garden 65

Hockey

NHL

playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

Thursday's games

Montreal 3 Pittsburgh 2series tied 2-2.

Detroit 7 San Jose 1San Jose leads series 3-1

Friday's games

Philadelphia 5 Boston 4 (OT)Boston leads series 3-1

Chicago 7 Vancouver 4Chicago leads series 3-1

Saturday's games

Pittsburgh 2 Montreal 1Pittsburgh leads series 3-2

Detroit at San Jose (n)

Sunday's game

Vancouver at Chicago, 8 p.m.

Lacrosse

High school boys

At Cincinnati

Anderson 15, Lexington Catholic 11

Goals—A: Cripe 7, Muscarella, Roeding 2, Kollmeier 3, Frankenfield, Kocsis; LC: Bennett 5, Pumphrey, Riegger, Christman, Cunningham, Woomer, Fish.

Goalkeepers—A: Holgland; LC: Bodziony

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 and bold indicates best days:

May 9-15

Sunday 9:35 a.m. 9:55 p.m.

Monday 10:20 a.m. 10:45 p.m.

Tuesday 11:05 a.m. 11:25 p.m.

Wednesday 11:50 a.m. 12:15 a.m.

Thursday 12:40 p.m. 1 a.m.

Friday 1:35 p.m. 2:05 a.m.

Saturday 2:35 p.m. 3:05 a.m.

May 16-23

Sunday 3:35 p.m. 4:05 a.m.

Monday 4:35 p.m. 5 a.m.

Tuesday 5:30 p.m. 5:55 a.m.

Wednesday 6:25 p.m. 6:50 a.m.

Thursday 7:15 p.m. 7:40 a.m.

Friday 8:05 p.m. 8:25 a.m.

Saturday 8:55 p.m. 9:20 a.m.

Sunday 9:45 p.m. 10:10 a.m.

Softball

College

SEC

Kentucky 2-4 Mississippi 1-2

STATE

Bethany 3-1 Thomas More 1-8

Eastern Ky. 5-4 Austin Peay 1-5

IU Southeast 9 Berea 3

Middle Tenn. 8-11 Western Ky. 0-3

Northern Ky. 3 Wis.-Parkside 2

Transylvania 6-6 Manchester 2-3

Kentucky 100 100 0—2 7 2

Mississippi 000 000 0—0 4 1

Bell, Riley (5) and Yocke, Rose. Nye and Tramp. W—Bell (17-12). L—Nye (7-11). 2B—Johnson (UK), Dowdy (M).

Kentucky 130 000 0—4 10 0

Mississippi 110 000 0—2 2 1

Matousek, Riley (2) and Yocke. Perry, Barnhill (2) and Tramp. W—Riley (11-8). L—Perry (8-5). 2B—Johnson (UK). HR—Grill (M).

Records—Kentucky 31-23, Mississippi 26-11

Transy 013 200 0—6 9 1

Manchester 000 001 1—2 3 8

DeArk and Kallenborn. Bush, Brown (4) and Hommema. W—DeArk (21-4). L—Bush (5-13). 2B—Hernandez (M). 3B—Broadhead (T).

Records—Transylvania 34-9, Manchester 23-20-1

Austin Peay 000 010 0—1 5 1

Eastern Ky. 003 020 x—5 8 1

Brewer, Mabry (3) and Mills. Perry, Toups (7) and Handley. W—Perry (7-13). L—Brewer (11-10). 2B—Gibson (EKU), Daniels (EKU). HR—Smith (AP)Austin Peay 000 400 01—5 9 3

Eastern Ky. 120 100 00—4 8 2

Mabry, Brewer (2) and Mills. Toups, Flores (4), Perry (4) and Handley. W—Brewer (12-10). L—Perry (7-14). HR—Handley (EKU).

Records—Eastern Ky. 14-34, Austin Peay 16-34

Western Ky. 000 000—0 3 1

Middle Tennessee 012 212—8 13 0

Wagner, Nathanson (4) and Boucher. Vander Lugt and Ysais. W—Vander Lugt (18-19). L—Wagner (15-10). 2B—Popham (MT). HR—Ysais (MT).

Western Ky. 100 11— 3 9 0

Middle Tenn. 029 0x—11 12 2

Sulaski, Wagner (4) and Boucher. Vander Lugt and Ysais. W—Vander Lugt (19-19). L—Sulaski (7-10). 2B—Garcia (WK), Reed (WK), Abel (MT), Popham (MT).

Records—Middle Tennessee 21-30, Western Ky. 27-25

High school

Bulldog Classic at Paul Dunbar

Bracken Co. 001 010 0—2 6 2

Clark Co. 303 110 x—8 10 2

Strickland and Berry; May and Williams. W—May. L—Strickland. 2B—Collins (C), Williams (C), Jones (C).

Records—Clark Co. 22-8, Bracken Co. 15-13

Clark Co. 100 122 0—6 10 3

Ashland 000 000 5—5 11 0

May, Woosley (4), May (6), Haggard (7) and Williams; Miller and Preece. W—May. L—Miller. 2B—Woosley (C), Miller (A). HR—Williams (C).

Records—Clark Co. 23-8, Ashland 18-9

Ashland Blazer 101 001 5—8 10 2

Paul Dunbar 000 010 0—1 3 6

Miller and Preece; Zander, Shanks (7) and Roberts. W—Miller. L—Zander. 2B—Jackson (A), Hammonds (A), J.Hensley (A).

Records—Ashland Blazer 17-9, Paul Dunbar 14-10

Paul Dunbar 382 4—17 15 2

Belfry 340 0— 7 5 2

Shanks, Arnold (2) and Roberts; Branham, Williamson (3) and Hall. W—Shanks. L—Branham. 2B—Salyers (P), Skaggs (P), Roberts (P), Williamson (B). HR—Roberts (P), Leininger (P).

Records—Paul Dunbar 15-10, Belfry 12-10.

Bracken Co. 130 020 0—6 4 0

Paul Dunbar 510 011 x—8 11 4

Sticklin and Bell; Zander and Roberts. W—Zander. L—Stcklin. 2B—Harvey (P). HR—Skaggs (P).

Records—Paul Dunbar 16-10, Bracken Co. 15-13

Ashland Blazer 100 110 3—6 11 0

Paul Dunbar 104 501 x—11 11 1

Miller and Preece; Zander and Roberts. W—Zander. L—Miller. 2B—Elias (P), Roberts (P), Leininger (P), Harvey (P), Miller (A), Preece (A). HR—Roberts (P), Vanover 2 (A).

Records—Paul Dunbar 17-10, Ashland Blazer 19-10 

Lady Knights Memorial Tournament

Lousiville Christian 000 000 0—0 2 5

Lex. Catholic 211 120 x—7 5 1

Foster, Cooper (6) and Stontag; Hambrick and Simms. W—Hambrick. L—Foster. 2B—Champa (Ca), Maronde (Ca).

Records—Lex. Catholic 14-11, Lou. Christian 11-14

East Ridge 000 000 0—0 3 1

Lex. Catholic 202 010 0—5 9 0

Conley and Rowe; Dawson and Simms. W—Dawson. L—Conley. 2B—Hollenback (L). 3B—Maronde (L).

Records—Lex. Catholic 15-11, East Ridge 16-7

Estill Co. 101 000 0—2 6 2

Lex. Catholic 002 016 x—9 15 1

H.Dawes and Noland; Hambrick, Brock (1), Hambrick (2) and Simms. W—Hambrick. L—H.Dawes. 2B—Simms 2 (L), Hambrick (L).

Records—Lex. Catholic 16-11, Estill Co. 15-15.

Tennis

Professional

Estoril Open

At Oeiras, Portugal

Purse: Men, $597,000 (WT250); Women, $220,000 (Intl.)

Surface: Clay-0utdoor

Singles

Men

Semifinals

Albert Montanes (4), Spain, def. Roger Federer (1), Switzerland, 6-2, 7-6 (5).

Frederico Gil, Portugal, def. Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (5), Spain, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3.

Women

Championship

Anastasija Sevastova, Latvia, def. Arantxa Parra Santonja, Spain, 6-2, 7-5.Italian Open

At Rome

Purse: $2 million (Premier)

Surface: Clay-outdoor

Singles

Championship

Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez, Spain, def. Jelena Jankovic (7), Serbia, 7-6 (5), 7-5.

High school boys

At Lexington Christian

Lexington Christian 3, Highlands 2

Singles—Harris (LCA) def. Freyberger 6-2, 6-2. Riddle (LCA) def. Mitchell 6-4, 2-6, 10-8. Rudt (LCA) def. Emery 6-3, 6-4.

Doubles—Drennen/Levine (H) def. Slone-Shelton 6-1, 6-0. Botto/Coughlan (H) Johnson-Hagan 6-0, 6-3.

High school girls

Governor's Classic

At Woodford Co.

Participating schools: Henry Clay, Scott Co., Woodford Co., Franklin Co.

Singles

1st round—Carlisle Berkley (HC) def. Nicole Miracle (SC) 6-0, 6-3. Ashton Hall (WC) def. Sara Kellerman (FC) (forfeit). Becca Cooley (WC) def. Laura Benrey (HC) 6-2, 7-6, 8-6. Jamie Robb (SC) def. Kennedy Burch (FC) 6-2, 6-2

2nd round—Ashton Hall (WC) def. Carlisle Berkley (HC) 7-6, 6-3, 6-4. Becca Cooley (WC) def. Jamie Robb (SC) 6-7, 6-0.

Championship—Becca Cooley (WC) def. Ashton Hall (WC) 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

1st round—Shae Henry/Claire Mielcarek (HC) def. Kristen Finley/Kalyee Hicks (WC) 6-1, 6-0. Shelby Rohfing/Hannah Brand (SC) def. Catherine Mountain/Hannah Peck (FC) 6-4, 6-0. Madi Ray/Elle Tsamas (HC) def. Shannon Gardiner/McKenzie Cordell (WC) 6-2, 6-1. Cori Biggers/Laura Secord (SC) def. Deena Shewekah/Katie Tillett (FC) 6-0, 6-0.

2nd round—Shae Henry/Claire Mielcarek (HC) def. Shelby Rohfing/Hannah Brand (FC) 6-3, 6-4. Madi Ray/Elle Tsamas (HC) def. Cori Biggers/Laura Secord (SC) 7-6, 6-3.

Championship—Shae Henry/Claire Mielcarek (HC) def. Madi Ray/Elle Tsamas (HC) 6-2, 6-3.

Track and field

High school

E.G. Plummer Invitational

At Danville

BOYS

4x100m relay — Danville 47.10 4x200m relay — Mercer Co. 1:34.36 4x400m relay — Mercer Co. 3:40.91 4x800m relay — Boyle Co. 8:46.97 100m — Erico Smith, Spencer Co. 11.48 110m hurdles — Zach Wooldridge, Pulaski Co. 16.82 200m — Isaiah Burrus, Mercer Co. 23.42 300m hurdles — Phillip Barsotti, Boyle Co. 43.32 400m — Isaiah Burrus, Mercer Co. 52.29 800m — Brent Joplin, Somerset 2:05.78 1600m — Cory Kleinjan, Spencer Co. 4:37.83 3200m — Will Mullett, Lexington Christian 10:16.18 Discus thow — John Updike, Anderson Co. 131-00 High jump — Zach Hill, Lincoln Co. 6-7 Long jump — Ben Carman, Boyle Co. 20-7 Shot put — Daryn Meece, PUlaski Co. 42-10 Triple jump — ALex Abner, PUlaski Co. 40-9

Teams — 1. Pulaski Co. 90; 2. Mercer Co. 89; 3. Boyle Co. 80; 4. Danville 66; 5. Lexington Christian 53; 6. Anderson Co. 44; 7. Spencer Co. 39; 8. Somerset 24; 9. Lincoln Co. 19; 10. Burgin 9; 11. Rockcastle Co. 8; 12. Bellevue 6.

GIRLS

4x100m relay — Ryle 54.25 4x200m relay — Ryle 1:53.15 4x400m relay — Boyle Co. 4:20.82 4x800m relay — Boyle Co. 10:23.56 100m — Candice Taylor, Danville 13.26 100m hurdles — Natlie Settle, Boyle Co. 17.60 200m — Michaela Hunter, Rockcastle Co. 27.12 300m hurdles — Diamond Pace, Danville 49.66 400m — Michaela Hunter, Rockcastle Co. 1:02.50 800m — Tori Lelbach, Lexington Christian 2:31.03 1600m — Kaitlin Snapp, Danville 5:20.23 3200m — Kaitlin Snapp, Danville 11:31.04 Discus throw — Felicity Britt, Bishop Brossart 105-11 High jump — Maria Gifford, Lexington Christian 4-10 Long jump — Samantha Smith, Rockcastle Co. 16-91/2 Shot put — Scooby Williams, Ryle 31-7 Triple jump — Samantha Smith, Rockcastle Co. 36-5

Teams — 1. Rockcastle Co. 104; 2. Ryle 79; 3. Danville 66; 4. Boyle Co. 64; 5. Lexington Christian 56; 6. Bishop Brossart 53; 7. Bellevue 36; 8. Mercer Co. 17; 9. Lincoln Co. 16; 10. Anderson Co. 15; 11. Spencer Co. 10; 12. Ryle 7; 13. Somerset 3; 14. Pulaski Co. 1

Odds

Glantz-Culver line

NBA playoffs

Favorite Line Underdog

Cleveland 1 at Boston

at San Antonio 3½ Phoenix

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