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Scoreboard: May 18

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BASEBALL

Major League Baseball

MLB—Suspended Cleveland minor league OF John Drennen (Akron-EL) 50 games after a positive drug test.

American League

CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Placed INF Mark Teahen on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 12. Selected the contract of INF Dallas McPherson from Charlotte (IL).

NEW YORK YANKEES—Placed RHP Rafael Soriano on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 14. Recalled OF Chris Dickerson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL).

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Named Bob Melvin special baseball advisor.

CHICAGO CUBS—Selected the contract of OF Tony Campana from Iowa (PCL). Recalled LHP Scott Maine from Iowa. Optioned OF Tyler Colvin and RHP Marcos Mateo to Iowa.

CINCINNATI REDS—Reinstated 3B Juan Francisco from the 15-day DL and optioned him to Louisville (IL).

HOUSTON ASTROS—Selected the contract of RHP Fernando Rodriguez from Oklahoma City (PCL). Optioned LHP Fernando Abad to Oklahoma city.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Placed LHP Mitch Stetter on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 15. Selected the contract of C Mike Rivera from Nashville (IL). Designated RHP Sean Green for assignment.

SAN DIEGO PADRES—Recalled RHP Pat Neshek from Tucson (PCL). Optioned INF Logan Forsythe to Tucson.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

TORONTO RAPTORS—Agreed to terms with president and general manager Bryan Colangelo on a multiyear contract extension.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CLEVELAND BROWNS—Fired director of player development Jerry Butler.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL—Suspended Philadelphia F Daniel Carcillo two regular-season games for his actions off the ice following the first period of a May 6 game against Boston.

CAROLINA HURRICANES—Announced Ron Francis resigned as associate head coach to concentrate on his position as director of player personnel.

COLLEGE

GEORGETOWN—Named Othella Harrington men's assistant basketball coach.

VALPARAISO—Announced the retirement of men's basketball coach Homer Drew. Named Bryce Drew men's basketball coach.

WESTMINSTER (UTAH)—Announced the resignation of women's basketball coach J.D. Gustin to become director of women's basketball operations for Utah.

WISCONSIN—Announced senior RB Zach Brown is leaving the football program.

Baseball

minor league

international league

Tuesday's games

Lehigh Valley at Scranton/WB (n)

Pawtucket at Columbus, ppd., rain

Norfolk at Syracuse (n)

Louisville at Durham (n)

Rochester at Gwinnett (n)

Buffalo at Indianapolis (n)

Toledo at Charlotte (n)

Wednesday's games

Lehigh Valley at Scranton/WB, 10:35 a.m.

Rochester at Gwinnett, 10:35 a.m.

Louisville at Durham, 1:05 p.m.

Buffalo at Indianapolis, 1:05 p.m.

Pawtucket at Columbus, 4:35 p.m., 1st game

Norfolk at Syracuse, 7 p.m.

Pawtucket at Columbus, 7:05 p.m., 2nd game

Toledo at Charlotte, 7:15 p.m.

south atlantic league

Northern Division

W L Pct. GB

Hagerstown (Nationals) 26 12 .684 —

Kannapolis (White Sox) 22 14 .611 3

Delmarva (Orioles) 23 16 .590 3½

Hickory (Rangers) 21 15 .583 4

Greensboro (Marlins) 21 16 .568 4½

West Virginia (Pirates) 18 18 .500 7

Lakewood (Phillies) 16 22 .421 10

Southern Division

W L Pct. GB

Asheville (Rockies) 19 19 .500 —

Lexington (Astros) 18 20 .474 1

Savannah (Mets) 18 20 .474 1

Charleston (Yankees) 18 21 .462 1½

Greenville (Red Sox) 18 21 .462 1½

Augusta (Giants) 15 23 .395 4

Rome (Braves) 11 27 .289 8

Tuesday's games

Kannapolis 2, Hagerstown 1 (3), susp., rain

Greensboro at Hickory, ppd., rain

Delmarva 6, Lakewood 5

Charleston, S.C. 9, Savannah 4

Augusta 8, Greenville 2

West Virginia at Lexington, ppd., rain

Rome at Asheville, ppd., rain

Wednesday's games

West Virginia at Lexington, 10:05 a.m., 1st game

West Virginia at Lexington, 30 min. following 1st game

Kannapolis at Hagerstown, 10:35 a.m.

Greensboro at Hickory, 4 p.m., 1st game

Rome at Asheville, 5:35 p.m., 1st game

Greensboro at Hickory, 6:30 p.m., 2nd game

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

Lakewood at Delmarva, 7:05 p.m.

Greenville at Augusta, 7:05 p.m.

Rome at Asheville, 8:05 p.m., 2nd game

college

Dayton 020 100 110— 5 8 2

Eastern Ky. 000 250 03x —10 12 1

Bury, Lahrman (3), Corbey (5), Lynn (6), Balbach (8) and Welch; Duncan, Wagner (3), Bottoms (4), Hord (8), Purcell (9) and Ferraro. W—Bottoms (1-1). L—Lahrman (2-3). 2B—Rodriguez (E), Jamison (E), Soloman (E), Labhart (E). 3B—Rodriguez 2 (E), Dunlop 2 (E).

Records—EKU 21-31, Dayton 28-24.

Louisville 105 200 000—8 10 0

Indiana 000 000 022—4 11 2

Koch, Shaw (3), Sturgeon (4), McCombs (5), Kime (6), Nastold (7), Ege (8), Green (9), Zych (9) and Ethel; Thicke, Leininger (3), Kartman (4), Swift (7), Knoblauch (9) and Swift, Downing. W—Koch (5-5). L—Thicke (0-1). 2B—Engel (L), Seiz (L), Ritz (I), Knipp (I). HR—Ritz (I), Downing (I).

Records—Louisville 27-26, Indiana 30-22.

high school

Henry Clay 000 003 0—3 3 3

Woodford Co. 010 124 x—8 11 1

Wilson, Stuckinger (4), Hendron (6) and Hendron, Engle; Hollon, Ares (6) and Beavers. W—Hollon. L—Wilson. 2B—O'Reel (W), Ares 2 (W), Boggess 2 (W).

Records—Woodford Co. 21-7, Henry Clay 18-14.

Lex. Catholic 000 005 1—6 6 4

Paul Dunbar 100 031 0—5 6 0

Arthur, Martin (5) and Jackson; Langfels, Mailer (5), Diagano (5) and Akins. W—Martin. L—Diagano. 2B—Fralex (L), Winchester (P).

Records—Lexington Catholic 25-5, Paul Dunbar 21-11.

Lou. Trinity 010 002 7—10 7 1

Bryan Station 003 000 0— 3 3 4

Lafollette and Southard; Bollmer, Curtsinger (7), Morton (7) and Boling. W—Lafollette. L—Curtsinger. 2B—Armstrong (L), Lampton (L), Schmidt (L). HR—Bollmer (B).

Scott Co. 000 000 1—1 8 0

Franklin Co. 000 000 2—2 2 0

Warman, Dotson (3) and Malesick; J.Cumpston, Mefford (6) and Arnold. W—Mefford. L—Dotson. 2B—Showalter (S), Hutton (S), Smith (S).

Wayne Co. 000 101 0—2 5 2

Danville 000 200 1—3 5 2

Brumley, Gehring (7) and Dishman; Caudill and Lasure. W—Caudill. L—Gehring. 2B—Dishman (W), Lasure 2 (D).

Records—Danville 23-7, Wayne Co. 14-13.

Basketball

nba

playoffs

CONFERENCE FINALS

Sunday's game

Chicago 103 Miami 82Chicago leads series 1-0

Tuesday's game

Oklahoma City Dallas (n)

Wednesday's game

Miami at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.

Thursday's game

Oklahoma City at Dallas, 9 p.m.

Saturday's game

Dallas at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m.

Sunday, May 22

Chicago at Miami, 8:30 p.m.

Monday, May 23

Dallas at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m.

Tuesday, May 24

Chicago at Miami, 8:30 p.m.

Golf

amateur

state championship qualifying

At Indian Hills C.C., Bowling Green

QUALIFIERS

Aaron Watkins, Loyall 71

Will Beard, Bowling Green 74

Cameron Beal, Bowling Green 74

Patrick Newcomb, Benton 74

John Minton III, Bowling Green 75

Cameron Fields, Bowling Green 75

Tyler Barton, Lexington 76

John Jones, Bowling Green 78

Tyler Thompson, Goshen 78

Lars King, Livermore 78

Logan Edelen, Bardstown 78

Kevin Thomas, Bowling Green 78

Eric Straub, Paducah 79

Alternates

Drake Duncan, Bowling Green 79

Michael Odenthal, Louisville 79

Kris Kinslow, Franklin 79

local

Ladies' day

At University Club of Ky., Wildcat Course

1st flight, gross—Charlotte Logsdon; net—Joyce Abbott, Ann French Thomas

2nd flight, gross—Sandy Martin; net—Dee Dee Hays; Judy Jackson

3rd flight, gross—Pat Carter; net—Jean Vickers, Pam Nell

4th flight, gross—Paula Bunton; net—Judy Huffman, Shirley Wilhoite

5th flight, gross—Marty Stebbins; net—Lily Swisher, Marti Sale

Hockey

nhl

playoffs

CONFERENCE FINALS

(Best-of-7)

Sunday's game

Vancouver 3 San Jose 2Vancouver leads series 1-0

Tuesday's game

Boston 6 Tampa Bay 5Series tied 1-1

Wednesday's game

San Jose at Vancouver, 9 p.m.

Thursday's game

Boston at Tampa Bay, 8 p.m.

Friday's game

Vancouver at San Jose, 9 p.m.

Saturday's game

Boston at Tampa Bay, 1:30 p.m.

Softball

high school

Nicholas Co. 090 012 11—14 9 6

Lex. Catholic 422 040 12—15 13 1

Curra and Bretz; Roth, Mitchell (3) and Martin. W—Mitchell (5-2). L—Curra (11-6). 2B—Bretz (N), Hopkins (N), Maronde (L). 3B—Maronde (L), Bretz (N). HR—Wade (N).

Records—Lexington Catholic 16-13, Nicholas Co. 14-9.

coaches poll

With first-place votes in parentheses:

1. Ballard (6) 420

2. Christian Co. (8) 406

3. Allen Co. (4) 402

4. Mercy 382

4. Owensboro Catholic 382

6. Greenwood 303

7. Male 276

8. Scott Co. 243

9. Green Co. 239

10. Butler Co. 219

11. Central Hardin 217

12. Lafayette 215

13. North Laurel 212

14. Franklin Co. 184

15. Oldham Co. 183

16. Pleasure Ridge Park 182

17. Ashland 167

18. Meade Co. 153

19. Ryle 107

20. Marshall Co. 98

21. Reidland 79

22. (tie) Eastern 72

22. (tie) Heath 72

24. Montgomery Co. 69

25. Pulaski Co. 53

Tennis

high school

11th region tournament

(Matches in bracket order)

Semifinals Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

At Boone Tennis Complex

BOYS

Singles

Zack Lewis, Lex. Catholic, def. Daniel Harris, Lex. Christian, 6-0, 6-4; Gus Benson, Model, def. Jacob Ingram, 6-1, 6-3; Fielding Denny, Henry Clay, def. Woody Rini, Model, 7-6, 6-0; Gabriel Ambruso, Sayre, def. Chaz Shelton, Paul Dunbar, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

Herring-Halpin, Henry Clay, def. Mansur-Sparks, West Jessamine, 6-2, 6-1; Gillespie-Harris, Lafayette, def. Whitman-Haley, Lex. Christian, 6-0, 7-6 (5); Albrecht-Ludt, Lex. Christian, def. Atwood-Hughes, Henry Clay, 6-2, 6-0; Layton-Meikle, West Jessamine, def. Brubaker-Frisbie, Model, 6-1, 6-1.

GIRLS

Singles

Samantha Maddox, Lex. Catholic, def. Madi Ray, Henry Clay, 6-0, 6-0; Hope Frazier, Lex. Christian, def. Evelyne Mechas, Sayre, 6-0, 4-6, 6-2; Emily Rizer, Lex. Catholic, def. Farah Mahan, Tates Creek, 6-1, 6-1; Julian Mok, Sayre, def. Hannah Sither, Lex. Christian, 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles

Mielcarek-Henry, Henry Clay, def. Perezcalva-Gardiner, Woodford Co., 6-2, 4-6, 6-0; Pickett-Puckett, Lex. Christian, def. Deaton-Prater, Lex. Catholic, 6-1, 6-0; Hayes-Macy, Lex. Christian, def. Tsamas-Berkley, Henry Clay, 6-1, 6-1; Smith-Tudor, Model, def. Green-Waller, Lex. Catholic, 6-4, 6-3.

Track and field

high school

class A Regionals

REGION 5

At Owen Co.

Boys

Teams—Danville 127, Lexington Christian 109, Trimble Co. 73, Carroll Co. 57, Owen Co. 47, Burgin 44, Nicholas Co. 32, Sayre 28, Bracken Co. 20, Frankfort 16, Eminence 2.

100—Devin Furlow, Danville, 11.61; Caleb Pope, Nicholas Co., 11.61; Chad Synder, Lexington Christian, 11.82; 200—Furlow, Danville, 23.45; Caleb Pope, Nicholas Co., 23:49; 400—Aaron Jackson, Frankfort, 52.54; Christian Foster, Lexington Christian, 52.85; Paul Banks, Owen Co., 53.93; 800—Michael Baird, Trimble Co., 2:10.54; Stephen Mitchell, Lexington Christian, 2:10.74; Karl Hempel, Danville, 2:12.14; 1,600—Alex Beckerson, Burgin, 4:42.24; Nicholas Waltman, Sayre, 4:47.20; Jed Ball, Sayre, 4:56.05; 3,200—Beckerson, Burgin, 10:06.74; Nicholas Waltman, Sayre, 10:10.74; Michael Waltman, Sayre, 10:36.57; 110 hurdles—Max Ray, Danville, 17.13; Michael Ross, Danville, 17.50; Adam Hilton, Lexington Christian, 18.07; 300 hurdles—Ross, Danville, 42.50; Adam Hilton, Lexington Christian, 42.57; Evan Mefford, Carroll Co., 43.78; 4x100 relay—Lexington Christian 44.72; Danville 46.03; Carroll Co. 46.39; 4x200 relay—Owen Co. 1:35.33; Carroll Co. 1:35.46; Danville 1:41.75; 4x400 relay—Lexington Christian 3:45.15; Carroll Co. 3:48.54; Owen Co. 3:49.69; 4x800 relay—Trimble Co. 9:17.00; Burgin 9:21.72; Bracken Co. 9:40.18; Shot put—Zach West, Lexington Christian, 44-02.00 meters; Justin May, Bracken Co., 39-02.50; Ryan Durrett, Trimble Co., 36-11.00; Discus—Travis McEachern, Burgin, 118-05; Daniel Cummins, Owen Co., 112-05; West, Lexington Christian, 104-02; Long jump—Ross, Danville, 18-09.50; Christian Fielden, Lexington Christian, 18-07.50; Ace Ray, Danville, 18-02.75; Triple jump—Ross, Danville, 40-09; Tyler Grant, 40-03; Tryston, Ford, Danville, 37-03; High jump—Stuart Barnes, Trimble Co., 5-08; Dylan Jack, Carroll Co., 5-06; Jawan Grey, Danville, 5-04; Pole vault—Seth Yocum, Lexington Christian, 8-06; Andres Esquivel, Carroll Co., 7-00; Tray Robbins, Trimble Co., J7-00.

Girls

Teams—Lexington Christian 122, Trimble Co. 95, Sayre 74, Danville 65, Frankfort 55, Paris 41, Carroll Co. 29, Owen Co. 28, Burgin 16, Bracken Co. 16, Nicholas Co. 14.

100—Katelin Bundy, Lexington Christian, 13.36 seconds; Emily Terry, Lexington Christian, 13.39; Shakila Grant, Paris, 13.40; 200—Terry, Lexington Christian, 27.289; Shanae Brown, Frankfort, 27.47; Asia Sims, Paris, 27.78; 400—Terry, Lexington Chrstian, 1:03.42; Olivia Cooley, Trimble Co., 1:04.27; Tori Lelbach, Lexington Christian, 1:06.36; 800—Ann Eason, Sayre, 2:22.10; Snapp, Danville, 2:24.13; Danielle Hoop, Owen Co., 2:25.55; 1,600—Eason, Sayre, 5:02.15; Snapp, Danville, 5:24.00; Maddox Patterson, Sayre, 5:17.00; 3,200—Eason, Sayre, 11:57.37; Patterson, Sayre, 12:12.62; Morgan Downs, Lexington Christian, 12:30.64; 100 hurdles—Nora Fremin, Carroll Co., 16.74; Elizabeth Farmer, Lexington Christian, 19.52; Shantiqua Shaw, Frankfort, 18.84; 300 hurdles—Diamond Pace, Danville, 48.33; Kelsie Courtney, Trimble Co., 50.01; Shaw, Frankfort, 54.54; 4x100 relay—Lexington Christian 53.07; Paris 53.09; Frankfort 55.79; 4x200 relay—Paris 1:53.06; Frankfort 1:59.02; Trimble Co. 2:00.55; 4x400 relay—Lexington Christian 4:21.64; Danville 4:25.65; Trimble Co. 4:45.29; 4x800 relay—Lexington Christian 10:10.21; Sayre 10:20.96; Danville 10:38.74; Shot put—Kassie Jones, Bracken Co., 34-02 meters; Cailyn Jouett, Frankfort, 33-08.00; Morgan Crain, Paris, 31-04.50; Discus—Hannah Harley, Burgin, 89-00; Kristen Jacob, Lexington Christian, 80-01; Long jump—Bea Cameron, Sayre, 16-01.75; Cooley, Trimble Co., 14-06.75; Laken Howard, Nicholas Co., 13-11.50; Triple jump—Pace, Danville, 34-04; Cameron, Sayre, 33-05; Cooley, Trimble Co., 32-07; High jump—Courtney, Trimble Co., 5-02; Hoop, Owen Co., 4-08; Katelin Bundy, Lexington Christian, 4-06; Pole vault—Courtney, Trimble Co., 8-00; Danyal Adams, Trimble Co., 7-06; Julie Sonday, Lexington Christian, 7-00.

REGION 6

At Richmond

Boys

Teams—Somerset 203, Williamsburg 168, Pineville 43, Berea 40, Harlan 34, Model 28, Lynn Camp 12, Middlesboro 8, Red Bird 1.

100—Storm Wilson, Somerset, 11.93 seconds; Sean Frost, , Middlesboro, 12.03; Kyle Macklin, Model, 12.10; 200—Wilson, Somerset, 23.65; Christian Adams, Somerset, 23.80; Jeffrey Bird, Williamsburg, 24.40; 400—Adams, Somerset, 52.77; Andre Mills, Somerset, 54.21; Macklin, Model, 55.98; 800—Chris O'Dell, Williamsburg, 2:08.36; Michael Hughes, Model, 2:11.59; Jon Claude Burlew, Somerset, 2:18.35; 1,600—Austin Adams, Somerset, 4:54.12; Bradley Faulkner, Williamsburg, 5:08.74; Jarrod Wesley, Somerset, 5:09.53; 3,200—Austin Adams, Somerset, 10:37.91; Wesley, Somerset, 11:34.49; Caleb Hogue, Harlan, 11:49.37; 110 hurdles—Tyler Megargel, Somerset, 17.01; Cameron Smoak, Williamsburg, 18.08; Demarcus Williams, Harlan, 18.99; 300 hurdles—Megargel, Somerset, 46.10; Derek Mills, Williamsburg, 48.73; Johnathan Baker, Somerset, 48.79; 4x100 relay—Somerset 47.25; Williamsburg 48.84; Pineville 51.18; 4x200 relay—Somerset 1:35.34; Williamsburg 1:37.48; Pineville 1:47.59; 4x400 relay—Williamsburg 3:47.19; Somerset 3:48.24; Model 3:57.77.; 4x800 relay—Somerset 9:00.97; Williamsburg 9:31.46; Berea 9:43.63; High jump—J.P. Payne, Williamsburg, J5-04 meters; Christopher Lowrie, Williamsburg, J5-04; Dylan Odonnell, Berea, 5-00; Pole vault—Chr.Lowrie, Williamsburg, 9-00; Chase Lowrie, Williamsburg, 8-06; Brade Bigelow, Somerset, 7-00; Long jump—Megargel, Somerset, 18-06.50; Jheren Riley, Williamsburg, 18-06; Zach Bastin, Somerset, 18-00.50; Triple jump—Chr.Lowrie, Williamsburg, 37-03; Matt Gordon, Somerset, 36-08.25; Bird, Williamsburg, 35-11; Shot put—Jeremy Bartells, Pineville, 41-04.50; Zach Mounts, Berea, 39-06.25; Shane Weddle, Somerset, 36-06.25; Discus —Bartells, Pineville, 109-03; Ensley Peters, Somerset, 103-05; Zach Allen, Harlan, 99-08.

Girls

Teams— Somerset 222, Williamsburg 120, Model 55, Berea 52, Harlan 31, Red Bird 16, Pineville 12, Lynn Camp 8.

100—Akesha Kirkpatrick, Somerset, 13.32 seconds; Darrian Botts, Model, 13.68; Sarah Haycraft, Berea, 13.74; 200—Kirkpatrick, Somerset, 27.38; Kacie Brown, Williamsburg, 29.07; Alyssa Anciro, Somerset, 29.79; 400—Hannah Nnoromele, Model, 1:03.53; Maranda Mills, Somerset, 1:03.85; Hannah Durbin, Model, 1:05.10; 800—Lauren Cornett, Somerset, 2:34.07; Mariko Krause, Somerset, 2:38.28; Sydney Sandefur, Berea, 2:48.88; 1,600—Krause, Somerset, 5:54.72; Sandefur, Berea, 5:59.95; Kaycee Rader, Somerset, 6:07.57; 3,200—Janie Ward, Model, 12:53.32; Rader, Somerset, 13:29.91; Emily Nantz, Harlan, 14:33.49; 100 hurdles—Whitney Wallace, Somerset, 18.03; Natalie Croley, Williamsburg, 18.40; Katie Dalton, Somerset, 19.07; 300 hurdles—Wallace, Somerset, 53.79; Sarah Perkins, Williamsburg, 55.77; Gabby Patrick, Williamsburg, 1:01.44; 4x100 relay—Somerset 54.36; Pineville 57.78; Williamsburg 1:02.32; 4x200 relay—Somerset 1:53.76; Williamsburg 2:02.58; 4x400 relay—Model 4:29.50; Somerset 4:34.97; Williamsburg 4:38.75; 4x800 relay—Somerset 11:39.51; Williamsburg 13:02.29; High jump—Hannah Haycraft, Berea, 4-08 meters; Cheyenne Adams, Somerset, 4-06; Mills, Somerset, J4-06; Pole vault—Kathryn Alexander, Somerset, 6-06; hayley Chamberlain, Somerset, J6-06; Bailee Jarboe, Williamsburg, 6-00; Long jump—Anna Whitaker, Harlan, 15-03.50; Botts, Model, 14-08.75; S.Haycraft, Berea, 14-05; Triple jump—Dalton, Somerset, 31-04; Audrey Ash, Williamsburg, 31-01; Wallace, Somerset, 31-00; Shot put—Tiara Barnes, Somerset, 28-07.75; Paige Harr, Williamsburg, 27-09.25; Morgan Asher, Red Bird, 26-10; Discus—Barnes, Somerset, 73-07; Harr, Williamsburg, 73-03; Nantz, Harlan, 71-09.

Odds

glantz-culver line

NBA playoffs

Favorite Line Underdog

at Chicago 2 Miami

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