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Scoreboard: June 15

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BASEBALL

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Announced the resignation of pitching coach Mark Connor. Named Rick Adair pitching coach and Terry Crowley interim bullpen coach.

BOSTON RED SOX—Activated OF Darnell McDonald from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Drew Sutton to Pawtucket (IL).

NEW YORK YANKEES — Placed SS Derek Jeter on the 15-day DL. Called up INF Ramiro Pena from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL).

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Optioned RHP Kyle Drabek to Las Vegas (PCL). Selected the contract of RHP Zach Stewart from New Hampshire (EL).

National League

FLORIDA MARLINS—Activated SS Hanley Ramirez from the 15-day DL. Placed OF Scott Cousins on the 15-day DL.

HOUSTON ASTROS—Fired pitching coach Brad Arnsberg. Named Doug Brocail pitching coach.

SAN DIEGO PADRES—Recalled LHP Wade LeBlanc from Tucson (PCL). Optioned RHP Anthony Bass to San Antonio (Texas).

WASHINGTON NATIONALS—Reinstated 3B Ryan Zimmerman from the 15-day DL. Optioned RHP Craig Stammen to Syracuse (IL).

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

CHARLOTTE BOBCATS—Promoted Rod Higgins to director of basketball operations. Named Rich Cho general manager.

SACRAMENTO KINGS—Waived G Jermaine Taylor.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CALGARY FLAMES—Announced the purchase of the Calgary Roughnecks of the National Lacrosse League.

OTTAWA SENATORS—Named Paul MacLean coach and signed him to a three-year contract.

TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS—Re-signed D Carl Gunnarsson to a two-year contract.

COLLEGE

ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE—Announced the resignation of director of communications Jason Leturmy.

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE—Promoted Chad Cook to assistant commissioner. Named Sherika Montgomery assistant director of compliance.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Announced Seattle University accepted an invitation to join the conference on July 1, 2012.

TEXAS—Announced sophomore WR Greg Timmons was given his unconditional release from his scholarship.

Baseball

minor league

international league

North Division

W L Pct GB

Lehigh Valley (Phillies) 40 24 .625 —

Scranton/WB (Yankees) 35 28 .556 4½

Pawtucket (Red Sox) 32 31 .508 7½

Syracuse (Nationals) 26 37 .413 13½

Buffalo (Mets) 27 40 .403 14½

Rochester (Twins) 25 37 .403 14

South Division

W L Pct GB

Durham (Rays) 35 30 .538 —

Gwinnett (Braves) 35 30 .538 —

Charlotte (White Sox) 29 34 .460 5

Norfolk (Orioles) 25 40 .385 10

West Division

W L Pct GB

Columbus (Indians) 44 22 .667 —

Louisville (Reds) 38 28 .576 6

Indianapolis (Pirates) 33 34 .493 11½

Toledo (Tigers) 29 38 .433 15½

Monday's games

Louisville 8, Lehigh Valley 7

Charlotte 4, Pawtucket 1

Scranton Wilkes-Barre 8, Syracuse 3

Toledo 2, Rochester 1

Gwinnett 2, Indianapolis 0

Durham 4, Norfolk 1

Columbus 8, Buffalo 2

Tuesday's games

Scranton Wilkes-Barre 3, Syracuse 1

Rochester 6, Toledo 1

Gwinnett 4, Indianapolis 0

Durham 1, Norfolk 0

Columbus 7, Buffalo 3

Louisville at Lehigh Valley (n)

Charlotte at Pawtucket (n)

Wednesday's games

No games scheduled

Thursday's games

Durham at Gwinnett, 7:05 p.m.

Indianapolis at Rochester, 7:05 p.m.

Lehigh Valley at Pawtucket, 7:05 p.m.

Toledo at Louisville, 7:05 p.m.

Columbus at Scranton

Wilkes-Barre, 7:05 p.m.

Buffalo at Norfolk, 7:15 p.m.

Syracuse at Charlotte, 7:15 p.m.

south atlantic league

Northern Division

W L Pct GB

Hagerstown (Nationals) 37 26 .587 —

Greensboro (Marlins) 38 27 .585 —

Hickory (Rangers) 37 27 .578 ½

Kannapolis (White Sox) 34 28 .548 2½

Delmarva (Orioles) 32 31 .508 5

Lakewood (Phillies) 31 32 .492 6

West Virginia (Pirates) 31 33 .484 6½

Southern Division

W L Pct GB

Savannah (Mets) 38 26 .594 —

Greenville (Red Sox) 33 32 .508 5½

Asheville (Rockies) 30 35 .462 8½

Lexington (Astros) 30 35 .462 8½

Augusta (Giants) 28 37 .431 10½

Charleston (Yankees) 25 40 .385 13½

Rome (Braves) 25 40 .385 13½ Monday's games

Augusta 8, Lexington 3

Greensboro 5, West Virginia 0

Kannapolis 6, Delmarva 2

Hickory 10, Asheville 7

Greenville 3, Charleston, S.C. 0

Savannah 2, Rome 1

Lakewood 3, Hagerstown 1

Tuesday's games

Lexington 5, Augusta 2

Greensboro 3, West Virginia 2, 1st game

Savannah 2, Rome 1

Greenville 9, Charleston, S.C. 3

Hickory 2, Asheville 1

Greensboro 3, West Virginia 0, 2nd game

Hagerstown at Lakewood (n)

Delmarva at Kannapolis (n)

Wednesday's games

Lexington at Augusta, 12:05 p.m.

West Virginia at Greensboro, 12:30 p.m.

Hickory at Asheville, 7:05 p.m.

Hagerstown at Lakewood, 7:05 p.m.

Delmarva at Kannapolis, 7:05 p.m.

Rome at Savannah, 7:05 p.m.

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

college

ncaa world series

(All times p.m.)

At Omaha, Neb.

(Double-elimination)

FIRST ROUND

Saturday's games

Game 1: North Carolina (50-14) vs. Vanderbilt (52-10), 2

Game 2: Texas (49-17) vs. Florida (50-17), 7

Sunday, June 19

Game 3: California (27-21) vs. Virginia (54-10), 2

Game 4: South Carolina (50-14) vs. Texas A&M (47-20), 7

SECOND ROUND

Monday, June 20

Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, 2

Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 7

Tuesday, June 21

Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 loser, 2

Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner, 7

Golf

Amateur

KSGA Match Play championship

At Oldham County Country Club

First round

1st flight

Jim Orr, Louisville def. George Gupton, Campbellsville 4 & 3. John Allison, Louisville def. James Rollins, Louisville 1 up. Rick Smith, Winchester def. Bill Meade, Louisville 4 & 3. Roger Peoples, Crestwood def. Tim Philpot, Lexington 5 & 4. Bill Douglas, London def. Fred McMillen, Bardstown 19 holes. Jim Shepherd, Shepherdsville def. Terry Lester, London 2 & 1. Lucian Raque, Louisville def. David Rabold, Bowling Green 2 & 1. Elmo Greer, London def. Danny Ashlock, Fern Creek 3 & 2. 2nd flight

Gerald Belcher, Lexington, bye. Bill Hardin, Louisville def. Jerry Edwards, Louisville 2 & 1. Ralph Mitchell, Shelbyville, bye. Sammy Levinson, Bowling Green, bye. Ron Sherwood, Paducah, bye. Wayne Ashlock, Louisville def. Tim Cushman, Louisville 2 & 1. Michael Zeller, Lexington, bye. Bill Boley, Louisville def. Robert Schutte, Shelbyville 4 & 3.

3rd flight

John Brock, Pineville, bye. Garry Bernard, Prospect def. Mitch Donohue, Fordsville 3 & 2. Randell Raymond, Louisville, bye. William Preher, Louisville, bye. Tom Pendley, Louisville, bye. Terry Barrickman, Louisville def. Marc Lewis, Louisville 3 & 1. Gordon Milby, Louisville, bye. Ronald Kurtz, Louisville def. Raymond Casey, Frankfort 1 up.

4th flight

K.O. Johnson, Prospect, bye. Louis Bracksieck, Louisville def. Charlie Higdon, Louisville (dq). Jerry Dowdy, Franklin, bye. Albert Fiorini, Louisville def. Frank Elliott, Louisville 4 & 3. Cecil Turner, Louisville, bye. Gary Taylor, Louisville def. Bob Brawner, Louisville 2 up. Jim Turner, Wickliffe, bye. Jim Stricker, Louisville def. Richard Tingle, Shelbyville (dq).

Championship flight

Allan Fugate, Louisville def. Mike Campbell, Louisville 2 & 1. Happy Rakestraw, Somerset def. Bill Leavell, Louisville 5 & 3. David Pohlmann, Louisville def. Joe Pavoni, Prospect 4 & 2. Dennis Long, Shelbyville def. Terry Bowman, Louisville 2 up. Ron Acree, Louisville def. Bill Sergent, London 4 & 3. Rick Cain, Shelbyville def. Bill Brab, Prospect 6 & 5. Phillip Harper, Falmouth def. Fred Gupton, Louisville 5 & 4. Joe Cantrell, Louisville def. Gene Smith, Louisville 3 & 2.

Junior

Pepsi Tour

At Edwin J. Paxton Park G.C., Paducah

BOYS

Gatorade — Nicholas McCarthy, Nicholasville 38

6-hole— Jay Nimmo, Benton 30; Maxwell Bewley, Bowling Green 34; Maxton Cummings, Leitchfield 51; Connor Wallace, Cadiz 52

10u — Collier Curd, Bowling Green 40; Alex Pearl, Elizabethtown 43; Jesse Holton, Philpot 43; Connor Kirkham, Paducah 47; Cade Butler, Mayfield 53; Miles Parroco, Prospect 56; Tyler Powell, Benton 59; Eli Workman, Paducah 69

11-12 — James Brown, Eddyville 36; Owen Workman, Paducah 39; Quinn Eaton, Benton 41; Will Taylor, Princeton 42; Brandon Fykes, Franklin 45; Garrett Howell, Calvert City 47; Alex Gilbert, Franklin 49; Carter Scholar, Cadiz 49; Keeton Ferrel, Benton 55; Noah Cummings, Leitchfield 6513-14 — Sean Warren, West Paducah 37; Tadd Switzer, Hopkinsville 38; Avery Edwards, Paducah 39; Kenneth Taylor, Madisonville 40; Steven Zehr, Morganfield 43; Matthew Winder, Murray 47; Kyle Sampson, Paris 49; Isaiah Butler, Mayfield 51; TJ Wray, La Center 56

15-16 — Clayton Bradshaw, Clinton 34; Ben Hamilton, Henderson 36; Daniel Taylor, Princeton 37; TJ Ferry, Hopkinsville 37; Cameron Allen, Hopkinsville 39, Logan Dortch, Louisville 40; Travis Griffith, Benton 40; Andrew Myers, Kevil 45

17-18 — Chase Laster, Wickliffe 34; Jonathan Grabara, Crofton 34; Blake Pendergrass, Wickliffe 35; Dayton Jones, Hopkinsville 35; Corey Lampley, Calvert City 38; Kell Blackburn, Eddyville 40; Ben Piercefield, Kuttawa 41; Ryan Butler, Murray 45

GIRLS

Gatorade — April Butler, Paducah 39; Danielle Judd, Louisville 46

6-hole — Holly Holton, Philpot 43; Adeline Edwards, Paducah 44; Savannah Howell, Calvert City 46; Lauren Holeman, Bowling Green 47

12u — Ellie Hack, Paducah 47; Gabrielle Parroco, Prospect 65; Gina Caturano, Paducah 90

13-15 — Taylor Howerton, Madisonville 37; Bailey Tyree, Benton 38; Cayce Hendrickson, Benton 39; Morgan Kauffman, Paducah 39; Ali Eickholz, Metropolis 43; Charlstyn Beard, Benton 43; Anna Moore, Hopkinsville 44; Lauren Eickholz, Paducah 46; Allison Holeman, Bowling Green 54

USGA Girls' Junior Qualifier

At Cherry Blossom G.C., Georgetown

Emma Talley, Princeton 68

Emily Haas, NIcholasville 69

Janie Jackson, Huntsville, Ala. 71

Becky Sharpe, Williamsburg 72

Alternates

Mikayla Harmon, Gilbert, Ariz. 75

Meghan Theiss, Lagrange 76

Missed cut

Lydia Gumm, Radcliff 76

Megan Kinney, Frankfort 77

Sarah Kellam, Crittenden 78

Vivian Tsui, Canada 78

Elsa Moberly, Science Hill 79

Carolina Moore, London 80

Chau Tran, Louisville 80

Erin Marshall, Frankfort 80

Megan Wilshire, Georgetown 80

Katie Parrott, Brentwood, Tenn. 81

Ayla Rhinesmith, Georgetown 83

Nadine Innes, Union 84

Erin Harper, Dublin, Ohio 84

Kennedy Bodfield, Canada 84

Abbie Stamper, Frankfort 85

Jordan Webb, Frankfort 85

Sydney Smith, Greensburg 86

Carolina Garrett, Miami, Fla. 86

Hannabeth Owens, Crab Orchard 87

MacKenzie Peyton, New Castle 89

Alex Bruce, Walton 89

Ashton Goodley, Eldorado, Ill. 90

Mary Joiner, Franklin 91

Alex Draut, Danville 102

Eraina Manor, Trophy Club, Texas WD

Local

Ladies' Day

At Woodford Hills C.C.

9-hole

Low gross — Chris Franklin 44 net: Marsha Stark 35

Specials — Gayle Daniels

18-hole

Low gross Melinda Hendricks 82 net: Pam Nell 66

Specials — Wilma Craycraft

At Meadowbrook G.C.

Low gross — Patsy Cook 73, Janet Kinstle 78, Rita Green 80, Pat Renfro 80

At Lone Oak C.C., Nicholasville

"Circle 5" — Faye Cantrell, Marcia Gauding, Eileen Mitchell, Kay Smith

At Spring Valley G.C.

Low gross — Marsha Bordas 81 net: Judy Creech 67

"Mutt and Jeff" — Dale Muse 38.5

At Kearney Hill Links

18-hole

1st flight

Low gross — Kyung Park 82 net: Helen Hamilton 72, Marti Sale, 72, Susan Salee 73

2nd flight

Low gross — Becky Hudson 92 net: Carol Allen 71, Brenda Buntin 71, Joann Greer 72

3rd flight

Low gross — Pat Hager 92, Coleen Sydor 92 net: April Shepherd 64, Sandi Morgan 66

4th flight

Low gross — Judy Spillman 101 net: Greer Klesk 74, Sande Morales 77Hockey

nhl

stanley cup finals

(Best-of-7)

Wednesday, June 1

Vancouver 1 Boston 0

Saturday, June 4

Vancouver 3 Boston 2 (OT)

Monday, June 6

Boston 8 Vancouver 1

Wednesday, June 8

Boston 4 Vancouver 0

Friday, June 10

Vancouver 1 Boston 0

Monday's game

Boston 5 Vancouver 2series tied 3-3

Wednesday's game

Boston at Vancouver, 8 p.m.

Bruins 5, Canucks 2

Monday's game

Vancouver 0 0 2—2

Boston 4 0 1—5

First period—1, Boston, Marchand 9 (Recchi, Seidenberg), 5:31. 2, Boston, Lucic 5 (Peverley, Boychuk), 6:06. 3, Boston, Ference 4 (Ryder, Recchi), 8:35 (pp). 4, Boston, Ryder 8 (Kaberle), 9:45. Penalties—H.Sedin, Van (unsportsmanlike conduct), :56; Chara, Bos (interference), :56; Edler, Van (boarding), 7:55; Kesler, Van (holding), 10:31; Vancouver bench, served by Torres (too many men), 17:09.

Second period—None. Penalties—Bergeron, Bos (goaltender interference), :28; Bergeron, Bos (interference), 12:15; Bergeron, Bos (elbowing), 19:08.

Third period—5, Vancouver, H.Sedin 3 (D.Sedin, Ehrhoff), :22 (pp). 6, Boston, Krejci 12 (Recchi, Kaberle), 6:59 (pp). 7, Vancouver, Lapierre 3 (D.Sedin, Hansen), 17:34. Penalties—Torres, Van (tripping), 5:23; Alberts, Van (cross-checking), 6:11; Burrows, Van (slashing), 6:59; Bergeron, Bos (cross-checking), 6:59; Recchi, Bos (tripping), 11:32; D.Sedin, Van, misconduct, 18:29; Lapierre, Van, misconduct, 18:29; Thornton, Bos, misconduct, 18:29; Marchand, Bos, minor-misconduct (roughing), 18:29; Seidenberg, Bos (cross-checking), 19:03.

Shots on goal—Vancouver 11-11-16—38. Boston 19-8-13—40.

Power-play opportunities—Vancouver 1 of 6; Boston 2 of 5.

Goalies—Vancouver, Luongo 15-9-0 (8 shots-5 saves), C.Schneider (8:35 first, 32-30). Boston, Thomas 15-9-0 (38-36).

A—17,565 (17,565). T—2:47. Referees—Dan O'Halloran, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen—Jay Sharrers, Jean Morin.

Softball

College

Final ESPN.com/USA Top 25

Rank, School W - L Pts.

1 Arizona St. 59-6 500

2 Florida 56-13 480

3 Alabama 53-11 459

4 Baylor 47-15 429

5 California 45-13 417

6 Missouri 53-10 414

7 Oklahoma 43-19 375

8 Oklahoma St. 40-20 332

9 Georgia 51-14 329

10 Stanford 42-17 308

11 Arizona 43-18 271

12 Kentucky 40 - 16 248

13 Texas A&M 44-15 242

14 Oregon 42-16 231

15 Washington 37-15 228

16 Tennessee 49-12 222

17 Michigan 53-6 195

18 Houston 44-18 169

19 Texas 46-10 154

20 UCLA 36-19 126

21 Nebraska 41-14 87

22 LSU 40-18 63

23 Notre Dame 46-11 62

24 Georgia Tech 45-12 37

25 ULL 51-11 26

Local

Girls 10u at Kirklevington

Panthers 13, Lexington Bandits 5; Panthers 14, Shadows 4

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