Other Sports

Scoreboard: May 8

Transactions

BASEBALL

Major League Baseball

MLB—Suspended Tampa Bay OF B.J. Upton two games and fined him an undisclosed for his actions during a May 4 game against Toronto.

American League

MINNESOTA TWINS—Reinstated RHP Kevin Slowey from the 15-day DL. Optioned LHP Dusty Hughes to Rochester (IL).

TEXAS RANGERS—Placed OF Nelson Cruz on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 4. Recalled OF Craig Gentry from Round Rock (PCL).

National League

COLORADO ROCKIES—Placed RHP Esmil Rogers on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 2. Recalled RHP Clayton Mortensen from Colorado Springs (PCL).

FLORIDA MARLINS—Placed RHP Clay Hensley on the 15-day DL. Recalled RHP Burke Badenhop from New Orleans (PCL).

WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Recalled OF Roger Bernadina from Syracuse (IL).

COLLEGE

MICHIGAN—Suspended senior WR Darryl Stonum indefinitely.

Baseball

minor league

international league

North Division

W L Pct. GB

Scranton/WB (NYY) 17 11 .607 —

Pawtucket (Red Sox) 16 13 .552 1½

Lehigh Valley (Phillies) 15 13 .536 2

Rochester (Twins) 12 15 .444 4½

Buffalo (Mets) 13 17 .433 5

Syracuse (Nationals) 9 19 .321 8

South Division

W L Pct. GB

Durham (Rays) 18 12 .600 —

Gwinnett (Braves) 15 13 .536 2

Charlotte (White Sox) 12 16 .429 5

Norfolk (Orioles) 12 17 .414 5½

West Division

W L Pct. GB

Columbus (Indians) 22 6 .786 —

Louisville (Reds) 17 12 .586 5½

Toledo (Tigers) 14 16 .467 9

Indianapolis (Pirates) 9 21 .300 14

Saturday's games

Louisville 3, Buffalo 1

Pawtucket 7, Scranton

Wilkes-Barre 6

Durham 6, Syracuse 5 (11)

Charlotte 1, Toledo 0

Gwinnett 6, Rochester 3

Lehigh Valley at Columbus, ppd., rain

Norfolk 5, Indianapolis 2

Sunday's games

Pawtucket at Scranton

Wilkes-Barre, 1:05 p.m.

Louisville at Buffalo, 1:05 p.m.

Lehigh Valley at Columbus, 1:05 p.m., 1st game

Gwinnett at Rochester, 1:05 p.m.

Indianapolis at Norfolk, 1:15 p.m.

Charlotte at Toledo, 2 p.m.

Lehigh Valley at Columbus, 3:35 p.m., 2nd game

Syracuse at Durham, 5:05 p.m.

south atlantic league

Northern Division

W L Pct. GB

Hickory (Rangers) 19 9 .679 —

Hagerstown (Nat'ls) 19 10 .655 ½

Delmarva (Orioles) 18 11 .621 1½

Kannapolis (White Sox) 16 11 .593 2½

Greensboro (Marlins) 15 13 .536 4

Lakewood (Phillies) 13 15 .464 6

West Virginia (Pirates) 12 15 .444 6½

Southern Division

W L Pct. GB

Lexington (Astros) 16 13 .552 —

Asheville (Rockies) 15 14 .517 1

Greenville (Red Sox) 15 14 .517 1

Savannah (Mets) 12 16 .429 3½

Charleston (Yankees) 12 17 .414 4

Augusta (Giants) 10 19 .345 6

Rome (Braves) 7 22 .241 9

Saturday's games

Lexington 8, Hagerstown 6

Delmarva 7, Asheville 4 (10)

Savannah 3, Rome 1

Greensboro 5, Hickory 4

Kannapolis 5, Greenville 4

West Virginia 1, Augusta 0

Lakewood 5, Charleston, S.C. 1

Sunday's games

Delmarva at Asheville, 2:05 p.m.

Rome at Savannah, 2:05 p.m.

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

Hickory at Greensboro, 4 p.m.

Lexington at Hagerstown, 4:05 p.m.

Greenville at Kannapolis, 5:05 p.m.

Lakewood at Charleston, S.C., 5:05 p.m.

College

Saturday's scores

STATE

Eastern Ky. 5-9 Murray St. 3-4

Franklin 6-14 Transylvania 3-9

Seton Hall 9 Louisville 4

Tenn. Wesleyan 16 Union 2

Thomas More 6-7 Jefferson 5-0

Western Ky. 6 Fla. Atlantic 2

Transylvania 010 000 2—3 4 0

Franklin 002 400 x—6 9 2

Bugh and Zuckerman. Nees, Bryant (7) and Wilson. W—Nees (6-2). L—Bugh (6-1). S—Bryant (5). HR—Windler (F), Stoia (F).

Transylvania 012 022 011— 9 17 3

Franklin 031 053 11x—14 13 3

Emery, Riney (5), Shelby (6) and Zuckerman. Mattingly, McNealy (6) and Klinedinst. W—Mattingly (5-3). L—Emery (3-2). 2B—Tolliver (T), Zuckerman (T), Kuebbing (T), Muench (T), Stoia (F), Johnson (F). HR—Sanders 2 (F), Johnson (F).

Records — Franklin 25-12, Transylvania 21-11

Murray St. 000 100 011—3 5 1

Eastern Ky. 200 210 00x—5 6 0

Beers and Rhodes. Hefler and Ferraro. W—Hefler (6-4). L—Beers (3-7). 2B—Rhodes (MS), Noonan (MS), Larson (MS), Soloman (EK), Grisham (EK). 3B—Garcia (EK). HR—Isaak (MS); Daniel (EK), Dunlop (EK).

Murray St. 000 130 0—4 6 0

Eastern Ky. 001 017 x—9 11 2

Donze, McNeely (6) and Rhodes. Harris, Bazzani (5), Rexroat (6), Purcell (7) and Ferraro. W—Rexroat (1-0). L—Donze (6-4). 2B—Daniel (EK), Garcia (EK).

Records — Eastern Ky. 18-29, Murray St. 16-28

Louisville 020 001 010—4 8 1

Seton Hall 200 205 00x—9 9 5

Flett, Koch (3), Shaw (6), Sturgeon (6), Zych (8), Kime (9) and Gibson. Gilbert, Morris (7), Terhune (8), Fernandez (8), Mejia (9) and Esposito. W—Gilbert (1-2). L—Koch (4-5). 2B—Chittenden (L), Esposito (SH). 3B—Young (L), Papaccio (SH). HR—Wright (L).

Records — Seton Hall 24-21, Louisville 25-23

Fla. Atlantic 020 000 000—2 9 2

Western Ky. 000 010 50x—6 11 1

Davis, Meiers (6), Gonzaga (7), Everist (7) and Albaladejo. Hageman and Rice. W—Hageman (8-4). L—meiers (3-5). 2B—Hutchison (WK). 3B—Hartle (WK). HR—Delguidice (FA).

Records — Western Ky. 28-19, Fla. Atlantic 27-18

High school

At West Jessamine

Fleming Co. 400 100— 5 8 2

Danville 091 221—15 16 1

Monroe, Clark (5) and McRoberts. Goodman, Beldon (1), Meckes (5) and Lasure. W—Beldon. L—Monroe. 2B—Hunt (FC), Sebastian (D), Lasure (D).

Records — Danville 19-6, Fleming Co. 8-13

Danville 100 201 5—9 11 1

W. Jessamine 000 010 0—1 6 2

Caudill and Harmon. Ward, Oaks (6) Trey (7) and Dunn. W—Caudill. L—Ward. 2B—May (D). 3B—Caudill (D).

Records — Danville 20-6, West jessamine 13-7

Lafayette 140 420 1—12 14 2

Woodford Co. 001 016 0— 8 8 1

Staples, Dunn (6), Johns (6) and Fergerson; Wireman, O'Nan (4), Hacker (7) and Beavers. W—Staples. L—Wireman. 2B—Fergerson (L).

Records—Lafayette 16-6, Woodford Co. 19-4.

Lafayette 124 033—13 12 0

Lex. Christian 110 010— 3 6 4

Smith and Messner; Bale, Johnson (3), Hinzman (6) and McCidy. W—Smith (4-2). L—Bale (3-3). 2B—Mossbarger (LC), Staples (La).

Records—Lafayette 17-6, Lexington Christian 9-14.

Lex. Catholic 401 100 2—8 13 0

Cov. Catholic 000 002 0—2 8 0

2B—Chafin (L), Fralex 3 (L), Hurt (L). HR—Miller (L).

Lex. Catholic 003 001 0—4 11 1

Cov. Catholic 110 100 0—3 3 0

2B—Fralex (L), Waller (L).

Records—Lexington Catholic 19-5, Covington Catholic 18-6.

Madison Central 000 000 0—0 7 0

Paul Dunbar 000 000 1—1 8 2

L. Smith and Wright. Winchester and Akins. W—Winchester. L—L.Smith.

At Scott Co.

Dixie Heights 000 060— 6 5 2

Tates Creek 316 042—16 13 1

Sexton, York (4) and Popham. Belcher, Berry (5), Sieberts (5) and Broome. W—Belcher. L—Sexton. 2B—Popham (DH), McKinny (DH), VanBussum (TC), Fucci (TC), Skaggs (TC), Jackson (TC). HR—Bryant 2 (TC), Do.Harriston (TC), Broome 2 (TC).

Records — Dixie Heights 7-10, Tates Creek 15-7

Tates Creek 250 300 0—10 11 0

Scott Co. 000 020 1— 3 10 3

Howard, Dillingham (6), Shindlebower (7) and Skaggs, Black (5). Perry, Gardner (2), Humphry (6) and Malesick. W—Howard. L—Perry. 2B—Do. Harriston (TC), Hutton (SC). HR—Bryant 2 (TC), Fucci 2 (TC).

Records — Tates Creek 16-7, Scott Co. 9-15

At Scott Co.

Tates Creek 034 002 8—17 15 0

Ryle 041 030 1— 8 13 2

Richmond, Mitchell (5), Pelfrey (6) and Broome. O'Brian, Downs (6), Ernst (7) and Long. W—Mitchell. L—O'Brian. 2B—Bryant (TC), Skaggs (TC), Estchbio (R), Ruitt (R), Mason (R). HR—Do.Harriston (TC), Jackson (TC), Broome 2 (TC).

Records —Tates Creek 17-7, Ryle 15-5

Basketball

nba

playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

(Best-of-7)

Tuesday's games

Miami 102 Boston 91

Oklahoma City 111 Memphis 102

Wednesday's games

Chicago 86 Atlanta 73

Dallas 93 L.A. Lakers 81

Friday's games

Chicago 99 Atlanta 82Chicago leads series 2-1

Dallas 98 L.A. Lakers 92Dallas leads series 3-1

Saturday's games

Memphis 101 Oklahoma City 93 (OT)Memphis leads series 2-1

Boston 97 Miami 81Miami leads series 2-1

Sunday's games

L.A. Lakers at Dallas, 3:30 p.m.

Chicago at Atlanta, 8 p.m.

Golf

Professional

Wells Fargo Championship

At Charlotte, N.C.

7,469-yard, par 72 Quail Hollow Club

Jonathan Byrd 66-68-67—201-15

Pat Perez 67-65-70—202-14

Stewart Cink 71-65-68—204-12

Lucas Glover 67-68-69—204-12

Andres Romero 71-67-67—205-11

Kevin Na 69-69-67—205-11

Bill Haas 64-70-71—205-11

Brian Davis 70-67-69—206-10

J.B. Holmes 70 - 72 - 65—207 - 9

Davis Love III 70-69-68—207-9

Rickie Fowler 68-72-68—208-8

Bobby Gates 69-70-69—208-8

Matt Jones 70-69-69—208-8

Steve Marino 70-67-71—208-8

Carl Pettersson 68-68-72—208-8

Rory Sabbatini 72-71-66—209-7

Zach Johnson 73-69-67—209-7

Hunter Mahan 72-70-67—209-7

Robert Garrigus 72-67-70—209-7

Alex Cejka 71-68-70—209-7

David Toms 66-72-71—209-7

Vijay Singh 68-68-73—209-7

Phil Mickelson 69-66-74—209-7

Others

Padraig Harrington 69-72-69—210-6

Sergio Garcia 69-69-74—212-4

Edoardo Molinari 72-71-71—214-2

Trevor Immelman 73-70-71—214-2

Martin Kaymer 70-71-73—214-2

Champions: Regions Tradition

At Birmingham, Ala.

7,234-yard, par 72 Shoal Creek

Mark Calcavecchia 68-65-71—204-12

Jay Haas 69-68-68—205-11

Tom Pernice, Jr. 72-66-68—206-10

Tom Lehman 67-71-68—206-10

Peter Senior 70-69-68—207-9

Kenny Perry 71 - 65 - 71—207 - 9

Mike Goodes 76-66-67—209-7

Jay Don Blake 72-69-68—209-7

Nick Price 68-72-69—209-7

Chien Soon Lu 68-72-69—209-7

Michael Allen 70-67-72—209-7

Corey Pavin 71-71-69—211-5

Mark O'Meara 74-69-69—212-4

Eduardo Romero 75-67-70—212-4

Loren Roberts 70-69-73—212-4

David Frost 70-71-72—213-3

Andy Bean 72-73-69—214-2

Tom Kite 73-75-67—215-1

Rod Spittle 74-71-70—215-1

Others

Ted Schulz 70-72-75—217 +1

Nationwide: Stadion Classic

At Athens, Ga.

7,271-yard. par 71

University of Georgia G.C.

(a-amateur)

a-Russell Henley 72-66-66—204-9

Troy Kelly 71-67-66—204-9

Matt Hendrix 70-67-68—205-8

Won Joon Lee 73-67-67—207-6

Darron Stiles 74-65-68—207-6

Elliot Gealy 72-67-68—207-6

Danny Lee 72-70-66—208-5

Andrew Svoboda 74-68-66—208-5

Will Wilcox 73-68-67—208-5

James Nitties 70-71-67—208-5

Aaron Watkins 71-68-69—208-5

Bubba Dickerson 65-71-72—208-5

Others

Patrick Sheehan 73-65-73—211-2

Robert Damron 72-68-73—213 E

European PGA: Spanish Open

At Barcelona, Spain

7,298-yard, par 72

Real Golf Club El Prat

Thomas Aiken 68-68-72—208-8

Andres Hansen 69-72-69—210-6

Romain Wattel 67-71-72—210-6

Scott Jamieson 66-72-72—210-6

Pablo Larrazabal 67-70-73—210-6

Gregory Havret 71-72-69—212-4

Lorenzo Gagli 71-71-70—212-4

Shane Lowry 69-73-70—212-4

David Horsey 71-70-71—212-4

Chris Wood 70-73-70—213-3

Seve Benson 69-74-70—213-3

Bernd Wiesberger 72-70-71—213-3

Philip Price 70-71-72—213-3

Christian Cevaer 72-69-72—213-3

Alexander Noren 72-67-74—213-3

Alvaro Velasco 72-66-75—213-3

Others

Matteo Manassero 73-70-72—215-1

Colin Montgomerie 70-74-73—217 +1

Jose Maria Olazabal

72-72-76—219 +3

Miguel Angel Jimenez

71-72-75—219 +3

College women

NCAA East Regional

At Daytona Beach

6,271-yard, par 27 LPGA International (Legends Course)

TEAMS

1. Alabama 866; 2. North Carolina 868; 3. Arizona St. 871; 4. Coastal Carolina 876; 5. California 878; 6. Purdue 879; 7. Florida 880; T8. Vanderbilt 890; T8. Florida St. 890; 10. TCU 893; 11. Michigan St. 894; 12. Louisville 899; 13. Auburn 903; 14. Mississippi 906; 15. UNC Wilmington 914; 16. Texas Tech 917; 17. Augusta St. 918; 18. Colorado 919; 19. Stetson 923; 20. Kentucky 927; 21. Florida International 929; 22. Yale 930; 23. Fairleigh Dickinson 959; 24. Alabama St. 1,005.

TOP INDIVIDUALS

Stephanie Meadow, Alabama 71-67-69—207; Pia Halbig, California 73-70-70—213; Jessica Alexander, Coastal Carolina 69-78-69—216; Jessica Negron, Florida St. 69-73-74—216; Daniela Ordonez, Arizona St. 76-70-70—216; Laura Gonzalez, Purdue 72-72-73—217; Catherine O'Donnell, North Carolina 70-74-73—217; Brooke Pancake, Alabama 72-72-73—217; Caroline Powers, Michigan St. 71-69-77—217; Maria Salinas, Florida St. 74-69-74—217.

KENTUCKY

T44. Ashleigh Albrect 77-72-76—225; T96. Ashlee Rose 77-79-79—235; T104. Heather Lott 84-77-77—238; T106. Liz Breed 77-82-80—239; T106. Betsie Johnson 75-81-83—239.

LOUISVILLE

T20. Sara-Maude Juneau 72-77-71—220; T31. Laura Anderson 78-72-72—222; T64. AnnaKarin Ljungstrom 75-80-74—229; T78. Maria Castellanos 76-76-79—231; T110. Tara Lyons 79-77-84—240

Local

HOle-in-one

At Spring Valley G.C.

Malcolm Jennings aced the 145-yard 8th hole with a 7-iron. Witnesses: John Gragg, Mark Williams, John Bunton

At Meadowbrook G.C.

Terry Bullock aced the 101-yard 3rd hole with a 9-iron. Witnesses: Gary Anderson

At Meadowbrook G.C.

Michael Spurlock aced the 112-yard 10th hole with a 9-iron. Witness: Jay Carl

Hockey

nhl

playoffs

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

(Best-of-7)

Tuesday's games

Tampa Bay 4 Washington 3

Vancouver 3 Nashville 2 (OT)

Wednesday's games

Boston 5, Philadelphia 1

Tampa Bay 5 Washington 3Tampa Bay wins series 4-0

San Jose 4 Detroit 3 (OT)

Thursday's game

Vancouver 4 Nashville 2

Friday's games

Detroit 4 San Jose 3San Jose leads series 3-1

Boston 5 Philadelphia 1Boston wins series 4-0

Saturday's games

Nashville 4 Vancouver 3Vancouver leads series 3-2

Sunday's games

Detroit at San Jose, 8 p.m.

Monday, May 9

Vancouver at Nashville, 8 p.m.

Outdoors

Solar-Lunar table

May 8-May 22

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 (Boldface indicates best days).

Sunday 5:40 p.m. 6:05 a.m.

Monday 6:35 p.m. 7 a.m.

Tuesday 7:25 p.m. 7:50 a.m.

Wednesday 8:15 p.m. 8:40 a.m.

Thursday 9:05 p.m. 9:30 a.m.

Friday 9:55 p.m. 10:20 a.m.

Saturday 10:50 p.m. 11:15 a.m.

Sunday 11:45 p.m. 12:15 a.m.

Monday ———— 1:15 p.m.

Tuesday 12:45 a.m. ————

Wednesday 1:45 a.m. 2:15 p.m.

Thursday 2:45 a.m. 3:15 p.m.

Friday 3:45 a.m. 4:10 p.m.

Saturday 4:40 a.m. 5:05 p.m.

Sunday 5:30 a.m. 5:50 p.m.

Source: U.S. Naval Observatory data

Softball

College

Saturday's scores

SEC

Kentucky 10 Auburn 2

STATE

Anderson 2 Transylvania 0

Asbury 4 Indiana SE 3

Bethany 1 Thomas More 0

Eastern Illinois 2-7 Morehead St. 1-1

SE Missouri 5-0 Eastern Ky. 1-8

Thomas More 5 Westminster 4

Quincy 2 Northern Ky. 0

Western Ky. 4-5 Middle Tenn. 1-4

Transylvania 000 000 0—0 3 1

Anderson 200 000 x—2 5 1

DeArk and Evans. Crowe and Atkins. W—Crowe (12-5). L—DeArk (8-7). 2B—Broadhead (T), Moorhouse (A), Hoover (A). 3B—Lee (A).

Records — Anderson 26-13, Transylvania 23-13-1

Eastern Ky. 000 010 0—1 6 1

SE Missouri 002 012 x—5 10 0

Driver and Pounds; Marble and Kuryllo. W—Marble (15-6). L—Driver (5-6). 2B—Wallace (S), Kuryllo (S). HR—Wood (E).

Eastern Ky. 011 60—8 12 0

SE Missouri 000 00—0 3 0

Perry and Pounds; Cothren, Cowan (4), Barnes (5) and Kuryllo. W—Perry (9-10). L—Cothren (4-12). 2B—Howes (E), Wood (E). HR—Dollins (E).

Records—Eastern Ky. 23-27 (10-18 OVC), SE Missouri 27-27 (17-11).

Morehead St. 000 100 000 00—1 7 3

Eastern Ill. 000 001 000 01—2 7 1

Imperial and Massaro, Bullock. May and Hanna. W—May (21-4). L—Imperial (7-16). 2B—Butler (MS), Willert (EI), Westover (EI), Hanna (EI).Morehead St. 000 010 0—1 4 3

E. Illinois 101 041 x—7 9 0

McMurray, Boyd (5) and Massaro. Maday and Wood. W—Maday (14-5). L—McMurray (10-13). 2B—Riddle (MS). 3B—Brown (EI), Peiper (EI). HR—Butler (MS).

Records — Eastern Illinois 38-10, Morehead St. 19-35

Middle Tenn. 010 000 0—1 2 1

Western Ky. 300 001 x—4 6 4

Robinson, Stinnett (1) and Woodruff. Sulaski and Dew. W—Sulaski (12-10). L—Robinson (6-13). 2B—Mattox (WK), Sulaski (WK). HR—Dortch (MT), Johnson (WK).

Middle Tenn. 300 010 00—4 14 3

Western Ky. 000 003 11—5 9 1

Jutson, Robinson (6) and Ysais. Wagner, Nathanson (4) and Dew. W—Nathanson (3-3). L—Robinson (6-12). 2B—Abel (MT), Popham (MT), Thomas (WK), Sulaski (WK). 3B—Davenport (MT). HR—Mattox (WK).

Records — Western Ky. 28-27, Middle Tennessee 18-30

High school

Lady Knights Classic

At Lexington Cath.

Holy Cross 001 033—7 14 2

Somerset 000 050—5 8 4

Ray and Miller. Rice, Gadberry (6) and Roberts. W—Ray (11-5). L—Gadberry (20-2). 2B—Hale (HC), LaPaille (HC), Hines (HC). HR—Ousley (S).

Records — Holy Cross 14-5, Somerset 22-5

Montgomery Co. 300 300—6 3 0

East Ridge 100 021—4 4 1

Arrasmith and Scott. Yates and Rowe. W—Arrasmith (5-0). L—Yates (14-2). 2B—A. Willoughby. 3B—McCarty (ER), Taul (MC) HR—J.Willoughby (MC).

Records —Montgomery Co. 20-2, East Ridge 18-3

Somerset 103 100—5 6 0

Lex.Catholic 000 000—0 1 0

Gadberry and Roberts. Mitchell, Dawson (3), Roth (5) and Walden. W—Gadberry (21-2). L—Mitchell (4-2). 2B—Ousley 2 (S). HR—Ousley (S).

Records — Lex. Catholic 14-11, Somerset 23-5

East Ridge 320 001 0—6 9 4

Estill Co. 401 210 x—8 8 4

Yates and Rowe. Dawes, Gross (6) and Hall. W—Dawes (12-9). L—Yates (14-4). 3B—Winkler (EC). HR—Epling (ER).

Records — East Ridge 18-4, Estill Co. 16-11

Championship

Estill Co. 000 000— 0 3 8

Montgomery Co. 603 001—10 8 0

Dawes and Hall. Charles and Marshall. W—Charles (16-2). L—Dawes (12-10). 2B—Osborne (MC), J. Willoughby (MC). 3B—Charles (MC).

Records — Estill Co. 16-12, Montgomery Co. 24-5

Friday's game

Estill Co. 140 004—9 5 0

Somerset 120 003—6 9 4

Gross and Hall. Cadberry and Roberts. W—Gross (2-2). L—Cadberry (20-2). 2B—Robinson (EC), E.Ousley (S). 3B—Puckett 2 (EC), E.Ousley (S).

Friday's game

Lex. Catholic 100 006 11— 9 10 2

East Ridge 430 000 12—10 8 2

Dawson, Roth (4) and Walden. Yates and Rowe. W—Yates (14-2). L—Roth (3-2). 2B—Fields (ER), Maronde (LC).

Track and field

High school

E.G. Plummer Invitational

At Danville

BOYS

Teams— 1. Mercer Co. 149; 2. Danville 136; 3. East Jessamine 123; 4. Bell Co. 55; 5. Burgin 24; 6. Spencer Co. 23; 7. Sayre 14

4x100m relay — East Jessamine (James Russell, Cameron Johnson, Cameron Thomas, David Prewitt) 45.07 4x200m relay — East Jessamine (Cameron Thomas, David Prewitt, Alex Maina, Cameron Johnson) 1:33.80 4x400m relay — Danville (Karl Hempel, Chase Berry, Ace Ray, Jawan Grey) 3:54.12 4x800m relay — East Jessamine (Alex Maina, Cody Collins, David Prewitt, Cody Parks) 8:53.94 100m —Devin Furlow, Danville 11.33 110m hurdles — Aaron Miller, Mercer Co. 16.68 200m — Devin Furlow, Danville 23.05 300m hurdles — Michael Ross, Danville 43.81 400m — Alex Maina, East Jessamine 54.08 800m — Cody Colins, East Jessamine 2:06.43 1600m — Cory Kleinjan, Spencer Co. 4:26.28 3200m— Cory Kleinjan, Spencer Co. 9:58.70 Discus — Matthew Ohmstede, Mercer Co. 123-11 High jump — Blake Keebortz, Mercer Co. 5-8 Long jump — Cameron Thomas, East Jessamine 21-5 Pole vault — Jacob Johnson, Mercer Co. 9-6 Shot put — Chase Brown, Mercer Co. 42-3 Triple jump — Darion Lewis, Mercer Co. 41-4

GIRLS

Teams — 1. Ryle 173; 2. Lincoln Co. 68; 3. Sayre 62; 4. Danville 58; 5. Ryle B 43; 6. Mercer Co. 39; 7. East Jessamine 38; 8. Burgin 24; 8. Bell Co. 24; 10. Spencer Co. 14

4x100m relay — Ryle (Sarah Behne, Allie Pennington, Madison Sands, Olivia McGregor) 53.82 4x200m relay — Ryle (Sarah Behne, Allie Pennington, Claire Kolkmeyer, Alexandra Patterson) 1:54.70 4x400m relay — Ryle (Meredith Johnson, Katie Pennington, Ashley Howe, Alexandra Patterson) 4:25.72 4x800m relay — Sayre (Bea Camer on, Philippine Couturier, Ann Eason, Maddox Patterson) 10:02.32 100m — Madison Sands, Ryle 13.65 100m hurdles — Seira Ikarashi, Ryle 18.25 200m — Kaylan Nigh, Spencer Co. 27.60 300m hurdles — Diamond Pace, Danville 48.07 400m — Carli Souder, Mercer Co. 1:05.50 800m — Alex Bunch, Lincoln Co. 2:28.18 1600m — Emily Frith, Lincoln Co. 5:12.83 3200m— Ann Eason, Sayre 10:56.14 Discus — Hannah Harley, Burgin 93-06 High jump — Ashley Hoew, Ryle 5-2 Long jump — Bea Cameron, Sayre 15-111/4 Pole vault — Sam McKeough, Ryle 7-0 Shot put — Abigail Tigue, Bell Co. 27-9 Triple jump — Diamond Pace, Danville 34-6

Woodall Invitational

At Bryan Station

BOYS

Teams— 1. Bryan Station 132.50; 2. Warren Central 74; 3. Tates Creek 58; 4. Scott Co. 55.50; 5. Lexington Catholic 55; 6. Campbell Co. 54; 7; Rowan Co. 53; 8. West Jessamine 51; 9. Western Hills 43; 10. Lafayette 41; 11. Henry Clay 27; 12. Boyle Co. 24; 13. Lexington Christian 22; 14. Woodford Co. 10; 15. Bourbon Co. 2.

4x100m relay — Bryan Station (Tre Duncan 11, Josh Arnett 12, Loran Smith 12, Donte' Richards 12), 43.09. 4x200m relay — Bryan Station (James Hardin 12, Donte' Richards 12, Loran Smith 12, Ishmael Webb 10), 1:31.55. 4x400m relay— Bryan Station (Donte' Richards 12, James Hardin 12, Josh Arnett 12, Loran Smith 12), 3:27.81. 4x800m relay — Lafayette (Tyler Deters 09, Miles Kilgore 12, Lee Smith 10, Jud Weaver 12), 8:25.24. 100m — Josh Bassoni, Tates Creek, 11.48. 110m hurdles — Dominique Norris, Scott County, 15.58 200m — Tre Duncan, Bryan Station, 23.02. 300m hurdles — Dominique Norris, Scott County, 40.42. 400m — Brian Babbage, Lex. Catholic, 50.79. 800m — Adrian Lyttle, Tates Creek, 1:58.53. 1600m — Joe Richey, Lex. Catholic, 4:34.80. 3200m— Jud Weaver, Lafayette "A", 10:11.78. Discus throw — Ken Holbrook, Western Hills, 133-00. High jump — Donovan Halsel, Warren Central, 6-02. Long jump — Tre Duncan, Bryan Station, 21-06. Pole vault— Doug Long, Campbell County, 12-06. Shot put — Ken Holbrook, Western Hills, 49-11. Triple jump — Tre Duncan, Bryan Station, 43-10.

GIRLS

Teams — 1. Campbell Co. 152.50; 2. Woodford Co. 84; 2. Tates Creek 84; 4. Bryan Station 77; 5. Henry Clay 57.50; 6. Warren Central 47; 7. Scott Co. 45; 8. Boyle Co. 44; 9. Lexington Christian 42; 9. Lafayette 42; 11. Western Hills 11; 12. Lexington Catholic 9; 13. West Jessamine 4; 14. Rowan Co. 2; 15. Bourbon Co. 1

4x100m relay — Tates Creek (Natavia Barber 09, Tatiyana Dean 10, Tamyah Pipkin 12, Michelle Tichenor 11), 49.00. 4x200m relay Tates Creek (Natavia Barber 09, Tatiyana Dean 10, Tamyah Pipkin 12, Michelle Tichenor 11), 1:44.29. 4x400m relay — Campbell County (Faith Roaden 11, Anna Carrigan 12, Carolynn Dreyer 12, Christina Heilman 11), 4:06.58. 4x800m relay — Lexington Christian (Tori Lelbach 11, Sydney Berry 09, Maddie Boone 12, Jenna Wooten 12), 10:04.10. 100m —Tamyah Pipkin, Tates Creek, 12.44. 100m hurdles Christiana Harris, Scott County, 16.55. 200m — Sariah Edwards, Bryan Station, 25.38. 300m hurdles — Christina Heilman, Campbell County, 47.36. 400m — Angel Hill, Warren Central, 59.06. 800m — Faith Roaden, Campbell County, 2:29.30. 1600m — Rachel Effinger, Woodford County, 5:25.38. 3200m — Rachel Effinger, Woodford County, 11:49.90. Discus throw — Shomari Kendrick, Lafayette "A", 108-04. High jump — Ellen Ward, Woodford County, 4-08. Long jump — Caitlin Sullivan, Woodford County, 15-07.75. Pole vault — Stasha Hickey, Woodford County, 8-00. Shot put — Kristen Rice, Campbell County, 32-09. Triple jump — Kennedy Berkley, Campbell County, 33-02.

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