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Scoreboard: Sept. 29

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BASEBALL

Major League Baseball Players Association

MLBPA—Announced the retirement of chief operating officer Gene Orza, effective March 31, 2011.

National League

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Named Dick Groch special assistant to the general manager in charge of pro scouting and player personnel, Zack Minasian director of professional scouting and Karl Mueller director of video scouting and baseball research.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

CHARLOTTE BOBCATS—Signed C Matt Rogers.

SAN ANTONIO SPURS—Signed G Kirk Penney.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BUFFALO BILLS—Re-Signed QB Levi Brown.

CAROLINA PANTHERS—Released DT Louis Leonard.

NEW YORK GIANTS—Placed S Michael Johnson on injured reserve. Promoted DB Brian Jackson from the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS—Assigned F Hugh Jessiman to Rockford (AHL). Returned F Ludvig Rensfeldt to Brynas IF (Sweden).

NASHVILLE PREDATORS—Assigned F Matt Halischuk, F Linus Klasen, F Nick Spaling, F Andreas Thuresson, F Kelsey Wilson, D Teemu Laakso, D Grant Lewis, D Brett Palin and G Chet Pickard to Milwaukee (AHL).

NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Assigned D Tyler Eckford, D Olivier Magnan-Grenier, F Patrick Davis, F Stephen Gionta, F David McIntyre, F Brad Mills, F Tim Sestito, F Michael Swift, F Alexander Vasyunov, F Chad Wiseman and F Vladimir Zharkov to Albany (AHL).

NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Agreed to terms with D Mike Mottau on a two-year contract.

ST. LOUIS BLUES—Assigned F T.J. Hensick to Peoria (AHL).

COLLEGE

CENTRE—Senior Clinton Cahall named SCAC Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week.

DELAWARE—Named J.P. Brazel men's assistant lacrosse coach, Tommy Ellison assistant golf coach, Mat Faas women's assistant lacrosse coach, Jinny Jang assistant rowing coach, Mike Ranson assistant baseball coach and Michelle Hawkins and Courtney Christie assistant softball coaches.

EASTERN KENTUCKY — Freshman Nicole Donnelly named OVC Offensive Player of the Week, Sophomore Katie Collar named OVC Defensive Player of the Week, and Senior Stephanie Lynch named OVC Goalkeeper of the Week for women's soccer.

MINNESOTA—Reinstated junior WR-KR Troy Stoudermire after a one-game suspension.

MISSOURI—Suspended senior S Jasper Simmons indefinitely.

Cross country

High school

CEntral Ky. Conference

At Boyle Co.

BOYS 5K

Top individuals — Eric Evans, Boyle Co. 16:38.67; Alex Beckerson, Burgin 17:13.69; Austin Dillow, Anderson Co. 17:13.93; Todd Yoder, West Jessamine 17:23.96; Justin Poynter, Rockcastle Co. 17:25.76; Cody Collins, East Jessamine 17:43.66; Ben Rathbone, Woodford Co. 17:47.98; Bryant Qualls, Mercer Co. 17:52.15; Taylor Jameson, Boyle Co. 17:54.96; Dylan Buser, Anderson Co. 18:03.25

Teams — 1. Boyle Co. 73; 2. West Jessamine 79; 3. Henry Clay 90; 4. Woodford Co. 97; 5. Anderson Co. 108; 6. East Jessamine 146; 7. Mercer Co. 148; 8. Danville 197; 9. Franklin Co. 238

GIRLS 5K

Top individuals — Kaitlin Snapp, Danville 18:53.48; Alex Bunch, Lincoln Co. 19:41.03; Emma Ditto, Boyle Co. 20:25.91; Rachel Ditto, Boyle Co. 20:38.83; Alyssa Grenfell, Woodford Co. 20:53.92; Adira Jarman, Woodford Co. 20:57.09; Maddy Kriz, Boyle Co. 20:59.48; Rachel Effinger, Woodford Co. 21:03.16; Kristen Just, Franklin Co. 21:27.50; Carly Graf, Woodford Co. 21:37.81.

Teams — 1. Boyle Co. 37; 2. Woodford Co. 46; 3. Franklin Co. 98; 4. Henry Clay 115; 5. Danville 149; 6. Rockcastle Co. 166; 7. East Jessamine 179; 8. Lincoln Co. 195; 9. West Jessamine 212

Football

nfl

Scores, schedule

Monday's game

Chicago 20, Green Bay 13

Sunday, Oct. 3

Denver at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Detroit at Green Bay, 1 p.m.

N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, 1 p.m.

Seattle at St. Louis, 1 p.m.

San Francisco at Atlanta, 1 p.m.

Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.

Carolina at New Orleans, 1 p.m.

Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Houston at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.

Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 4:05 p.m.

Arizona at San Diego, 4:15 p.m.

Washington at Philadelphia, 4:15 p.m.

Chicago at N.Y. Giants, 8:20 p.m.

Open: Kansas City, Dallas, Minnesota, Tampa Bay

Monday, Oct. 4

New England at Miami, 8:30 p.m.

Bears 20, Packers 17

Monday's game

Green Bay 7 3 0 7 — 17

Chicago 0 7 0 13 — 20

First quarter: GB—Jennings 7 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 4:26. Second quarter: GB—FG Crosby 38, 4:41. Chi—Olsen 9 pass from Cutler (Gould kick), :26. Fourth quarter: Chi—Hester 62 punt return (Gould kick), 14:39. GB—Rodgers 3 run (Crosby kick), 6:52. Chi—FG Gould 25, 3:59. Chi—FG Gould 19, :04.INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Green Bay, Kuhn 6-31, Rodgers 2-20, Jackson 7-12. Chicago, Cutler 3-37, Forte 11-29, Taylor 3-9, Knox 1-2.

PASSING—Green Bay, Rodgers 34-45-1-316. Chicago, Cutler 16-27-1-221.

RECEIVING—Green Bay, Finley 9-115, Driver 9-61, J.Jones 5-55, Jackson 4-27, Nelson 3-20, Kuhn 2-20, Jennings 2-18. Chicago, Olsen 5-64, Knox 4-94, Bennett 3-21, Forte 2-14, Hester 1-16, Clark 1-12.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Green Bay, Crosby 37 (BK). Chicago, Gould 49 (WR).

college

this week's schedule

Thursday's games

MID-SOUTH—Ky. Christian (0-4) at Georgetown (1-2), 7

OVC—Tenn.-Martin (1-3) at Tennessee Tech (1-3), 8

Golf

Youth

Junior Ryder Cup

At Gleneagles, Scotland

Match result: United States 13.5, Europe 10.5

Singles: Europe 7.5, United States 4.5

Singles — Chris Lloyd (Europe) def. Anthony Paolucci 2 and 1; Emma Talley (U.S.) halved with Amy Boulden; Jordan Spieth (U.S.) def. Albert Eckhardt 3 and 1; Doris Chen (U.S.) def. Klara Spilkova 1-up; Justin Thomas (U.S.) def. Moritz Lampert 4 and 2; Kelly Tidy (Europe) def. Kristen Park 1-up; Jim Liu (U.S.) halved with Kristoffer Ventura; Manon Gidali (Europe) def. Ginger Howard 2 and 1; Juhana Kukkonen (Europe) def. Oliver Schniederjans 2 and 1; Manon Mollé (Europe) def. Alison Lee 5 and 4; Thomas Detry (Europe0 def. Denny McCarthy 2 and 1; Cassy Isagawa (U.S.) halved with Isabella Deilert

High school boys

4th Region Tournament

Top individuals — Nate Johnson, West Jessamine, 67; x-J.B. Williams, Danville 68; x-Grayson Bills, Green Co. 70; x-Drew Moore, Garrard Co. 72; 5. Fred Allen Meyer, West Jesszamin

Teams — x-West Jessamine 287; x-Adair Co. 299; Taylor Co. 306; Danville 307; Anderson Co. 308; Boyle Co. 309; Lincoln Co. 319; Garrard Co. 322; Marion Co. 325; Russell Co. 325; East Jessamine 335; Washington Co. 337; Green Co. 338; Campbellsville 349; Mercer Co. 351; Bardstown 352; Bethlehem 352; Casey Co. 367; Nelson Co. 384

x-state qualifier

Local

Ladies' Day

At Lone Oak C.C, Nicholasville

Low gross — Janet Clark 42 net: Susie Lindon 34.5

At Spring Valley G.C.

Low gross — Jackie Hacker 81 net: Mary Lou Croucher 75

"Criers Game" — Toni Ellis 67Cumberland Ladies Association

At Woodson Bend G.C., Lake Cumberland

1st flight

Low gross — Elaine Gibson 97 net: Glenda Hamilton 74, Patti Spurlock 81, Ella Forsythe 82

2nd flight

Low gross — Freda Cundiff 96 net: Laverne Wiles 72, Jane Perdue 77, Carolyn Dalton 78

3rd flight

Low gross — Jane Hinkle 104 net:  Joann Helton 73, Betty Holtzclaw 80, Elaine Kieiser 84

4th flight

Low gross — Judy Hester 104 net: Jennifer Tucker 70, Vicki Hamlin 72, Pam Lowery 75

At Woodford Hills C.C.

9 holes

Low gross — Chris Franklin 37 net: Shanny Spalding 34

Special — Chris Franklin 37

18 holes

Low gross — Melinda Hendricks 77 net: Mary Lee Gillis 65

Special — Melinda Hendricks 24

Ahead Tournament Series Championship

At Dale Hollow Lake G.C., Burkesville

Regular division — Keith Ohr 69-71—140; Blake Watts 69-74—143; Chad Stocker 75-73—148; Patrick Vadden 75-73—148; Aaron McDowell 79-71—150; Colby Wollitz 78-72—150; Jeffrey Gumm 79-71—150; Nick Sweeney 76-76—152; Allen Castle 81-73—154; Chad Douglas 80-77—157

Senior division — Steve Cox 74-74—148; Carmello Benassi 76-73—149; Eddie Mudd 72-78—150; Mel McIntyre 78-72—150; Bruce Bottom 83-77—160; Brent Edmister 82-86—168

Hockey

nhl

pre-season scores

Monday's late game

Nashville 2, Atlanta 1

Tuesday's games

Columbus 3, Minnesota 2 (SO)

Washington 3, Boston 2

Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 1

New Jersey 3, Philadelphia 2

Buffalo 2, Ottawa 1

Dallas at Colorado (n)

Phoenix at Calgary (n)

San Jose at Vancouver (n)

Anaheim at Los Angeles (n)

Wednesday's games

Detroit at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.

Nashville at Atlanta, 7 p.m.

N.Y. Islanders (ss) at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

Washington at Boston, 7 p.m.

Carolina at Florida, ppd., weather threat

Toronto at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.

Phoenix at Edmonton, 9 p.m.

Calgary vs. N.Y. Islanders (ss) at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 9 p.m.

Vancouver at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

Soccer

College men

STATE

Campbellsville 4 St. Catharine 1

College women

STATE

Campbellsville 6 St. Catharine 0

Hanover 9 Midway 0

Lindsey Wilson 3 Cumberlands 1

High school boys

At Frankfort

Frankfort 3, Henry Co. 1

Goals—F: Murphy 2, Black 1 HC: McGuire

Goalkeepers—F: Z. Perry HC: Lovie

Records—Frankfort 7-8, Henry Co. 1-11

At Bath Co.

Bryan Station 5, Bath Co. 0

Goals—Diaz, Rosas, Grigsby, McGoodwin 2

Goalkeepers—BS: Marx, Kline BC: Nill

Records—Bath Co. 5-8-1, Bryan Station 5-6-2

At Madison Central

Madison Central 6, Clark Co. 2

Goals—MC: Willoughby 2, Coltrain, Taylor, Garcia, Crain CC: Wells, Paulbee

Goalkeepers—MC: Dunaway, Jones CC: Blankenship

Records—Madison Central 9-5, Clark Co. 5-8-1

At Scott Co.

Tates Creek 0, Scott Co. 0

Goalkeepers—TC: Van Bussum SC: Vickers

At Woodford Co.

Paul Dunbar 2, Woodford Co. 0

Goals—Lock, Jones

Goalkeepers—PD: Nossokoff WC: Apple

Records—Paul Dunbar 8-3-3, Woodford Co. 5-5-3

At Henry Clay

Lafayette 0, Henry Clay 0

Goalkeepers—L: Daniel HC: Smalls

High school girls

At Bryan Station

Western Hills 3, Bryan Station 2

Goals—WH: Adair 2, Walker BS: McGoodwin, Ward

Goalkeepers—WH: Embry BS: Henson

At Lexington Catholic

Lexington Catholic 1, Henry Clay 0

Goal—E. Prater

Goalkeepers—LC: Fitzgerald HC: Price

Records—Henry Clay 9-3-3, Lexington Catholic 13-2-1

At Lexington Christian

Lexington Christian 0, Woodford Co. 0

Goalkeepers—LCA: Powers WC: Adams

Records—LCA 10-3-1, Woodford Co. 5-7-2

At Paul Dunbar

Paul Dunbar 8, Madison Southern 0

Goals—Brindley, Perry, Kovacs 2, Laumas 2, P. Noe, L. Noe

Goalkeepers—PD: Williams MS: Scott

Records—Paul Dunbar 7-7, Madison Southern 3-10-2

Volleyball

College

At New Albany, Ind.

Campbellsville def. IU Southeast 25-9, 25-23, 25-17.

High school

At Lexington Catholic

Lexington Catholic def. East Jessamine 25-10, 25-13.

Records—East Jessamine 5-16, Lexington Catholic 8-15

Odds

Glantz-Culver line

NCAA football

Thursday

Favorite Open Today Underdog

at Oklahoma St. 3½ 3 Texas A&M

Friday

BYU 6½ 5 at Utah St.

Saturday

Oklahoma-x 2 3½ Texas

at Connecticut 6 7½ Vanderbilt

Ohio 7½ 10 at E. Michigan

at Cent. Michigan 17 17 Ball St.

Wisconsin 2½ 1½ at Michigan St.

Michigan 15 10 at Indiana

Northwestern 6½ 5 at Minnesota

Virginia Tech 6 4 at N.C. State

at North Carolina 10 13 East Carolina

at Maryland 7 7½ Duke

at Rutgers 14 15½ Tulane

Temple 3 5 at Army

Georgia Tech 10 9½ at Wake Forest

Texas Tech 9 7 at Iowa St.

at Mississippi pk 2½ Kentucky

Tulsa 8½ 11 at Memphis

at Baylor 8½ 9 Kansas

Kent St. +2 3 at Miami (Ohio)

Idaho 3½ 3 at W. Michigan

TCU 34½ 33 at Colorado St.

at Air Force 10½ 10 Navy

at Bowling Green 9 3½ Buffalo

Notre Dame 1½ 2½ at Boston College

at LSU 14½ 16 Tennessee

at UCLA 27 27 Washington St.

Ohio St. 17½ 17½ at Illinois

Georgia 2 4½ at Colorado

N. Illinois 13½ 13½ at Akron

UTEP 12½ 15 at New Mexico

at Oregon St. 5 3½ Arizona St.

at Toledo 1½ 3Wyoming

SMU 12 12½ at Rice

Florida St. 7 7 at Virginia

at Alabama 9 9 Florida

at Southern Miss. 11 9½ Marshall

at Iowa 4½ 7 Penn St.

at Southern Cal 10 10 Washington

Miami 3 3 at Clemson

Boise St. 40 43at New Mexico St.

Nevada 20½ 21 at UNLV

at Oregon 4½ 7 Stanford

at Hawaii 11 8 Louisiana Tech

at Pittsburgh 18 19½ Fla. Internat'l

Louisville 6½ 5 at Arkansas St.

at North Texas 5 4½ La.-Lafayette

at Auburn 33½ 35 La.-Monroe

at South Florida 23 22 Fla. Atlantic

x-at Dallas

NFL

Sunday

Favorite Open Today Underdog

at Tennessee 6½ 6½ Denver

at Pittsburgh 1½ 1½ Baltimore

Cincinnati 3½ 3 at Cleveland

at Green Bay 14½ 14½ Detroit

at New Orleans 14 13½ Carolina

at Atlanta 7 6½ San Francisco

Seattle 1½ 1 at St. Louis

N.Y. Jets 5 5 at Buffalo

Indianapolis 7 7½ at Jacksonville

Houston 4 3 at Oakland

at San Diego 8 8 Arizona

at Philadelphia 6½ 6 Washington

at N.Y. Giants 3 4 Chicago

Monday

New England pk 1 at Miami

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