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Scoreboard: Sept. 21

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BASEBALL

American League

CLEVELAND INDIANS — Recalled RHP Corey Kluber from Columbus (IL).

National League

WASHINGTON NATIONALS — Reinstated RHP Ryan Mattheus from the 15-day DL.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BALTIMORE RAVENS — Signed DT Haloti Ngata to a five-year contract.

BUFFALO BILLS — Placed WR Roscoe Parrish on injured reserve. Signed WR Naaman Roosevelt from the practice squad.

CINCINNATI BENGALS — Signed WR Andrew Hawkins from the practice squad. Signed WR Armon Binns to the practice squad.

DALLAS COWBOYS — Re-signed WR Laurent Robinson. Released CB-KR Bryan McCann.

DENVER BRONCOS — Signed WR Quan Cosby. Waived RB Jeremiah Johnson. Signed TE John Nalbone to the practice squad.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Waived DE Adrian Awasom. Reinstated DT Kevin Williams from the suspended list.

NEW YORK JETS — Released G Trevor Canfield and CB Julian Posey from the practice squad.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

BUFFALO SABRES — Returned D Alex Lepkowski, F Steven Beyers and F Gregg Sutch to Barrie (OHL), F Dan Catenacci to Owen Sound (OHL), F Cedrick Henley to Val DOr (QMJHL), F Steven Shipley to Niagara (OHL), F Kevin Sundher to Victoria (WHL), D Jerome Gauthier-Leduc to Rimouski (QMJHL), D Mark Pysyk to Edmonton (WHL), G Nathan Lieuwen to Kootenay (WHL) and G Ryan Rondeau to Laredo (CHL).

FLORIDA PANTHERS — Assigned G Brian Foster, D Adam Comrie, D Michael Caruso, C Justin Bernhardt, C Jake Hauswirth, LW AJ Jenks, RW Bill Thomas and LW Garrett Wilson to San Antonio (AHL). Returned LW Vincent Trocheck and C John McFarland to Saginaw (OHL) and RW Josh Birkholz to Everett (WHL).

OTTAWA SENATORS — Returned D Jordan Fransoo and F Mark Stone to Brandon (WHL), F Jakub Culek to Rimouski (QMJHL), F Stefan Noesen to Plymouth (OHL) and F Matt Puempel to Peterborough (OHL). Released G Matej Machovsky.

COLLEGE

CONFERENCE USA — Named Kentucky men's soccer sophomore Tyler Riggs to the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week.

OHIO STATE — Named Scott Spencer and Candice Moxley women's assistant ice hockey coaches.

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE — Named Eastern Kentucky's Soufiane Bouchikhi Male Runner of the Week.

PRESIDENTS' ATHLETIC CONFERENCE — Named Thomas More sophomore running back Domonique Hayden Football Offensive Player of the Week. Named Thomas More senior Zack Lawson Men's Soccer Defender/Goalkeeper of the Week.

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE — Announced QB Thomas O'Brien has quit the football team.

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE — Named Kentucky junior Luis Orta Men's Runner of the Week.

Cross country

High school

Mercer Co. All-Comers

At Harrodsburg

BOYS

Top individuals — Cody Parks, East Jessamine 17:01.23; Alex Beckerson, Burgin 17:21.35; Cody Collins, East Jessamine 17:36.28; Ben Rathbone, Woodford Co. 18:01.37; Todd Yoder, West Jessamine 18:10.72; Austin Dillow, Anderson Co. 18:13.10; Dylan Buser, Anderson Co. 18:23.71; Bryant Qualls, Mercer Co. 18:28.57; Josh Stull, Garrard Co. 18:57.11; Gavin Davis, West Jessamine 18:59.05

Teams — 1. West Jessamine 1:36.07.72; 2. Anderson Co. 1:36.29.80; 3. East Jessamine 1:39.58.89; 4. Burgin 1:42.20.09; 5. Mercer Co. 1:44.20.08; 6. Woodford Co. 1:43.44.49; 7. Berea 1:46.56.59; 8. Garrard Co. 1:53.52.33; 9. Casey Co. 1:51.22.16; 10. Marion Co. 2:01.56.74

GIRLS

Top individuals — Allison Lyon, West Jessamine 21:08.06; Meredith Davis, Woodford Co. 22:56.96; Taylor Gray, Mercer Co. 23:04.88; Shelby Courtney, East Jessamine 23:41.04: Rebekah Henderson, East Jessamine 24:08.08; Kailey Brewster, West Jessamine 24:35.93; Cora Teets, Mercer Co. 24:46.66; Morgan Avritt, Marion Co. 25:06.85; Kelsey Arthur, Casey Co. 25:18.30; Emma Holland, Burgin 25:37.08

Teams — 1. West Jessamine 2:08.11.19; 2. East Jessamine 2:14.01.99; 3. Mercer Co. 2:26.23.83; 4. Marion Co. 2:22.03.25.

Football

nfl

Monday's game

N.Y. Giants 28, St. Louis 16

Sunday's games

Houston at New Orleans, 1 p.m.

Denver at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Detroit at Minnesota, 1 p.m.

San Francisco at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.

New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m.

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia, 1 p.m.

Miami at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Jacksonville at Carolina, 1 p.m.

Kansas City at San Diego, 4:05 p.m.

N.Y. Jets at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.

Baltimore at St. Louis, 4:05 p.m.

Arizona at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.

Green Bay at Chicago, 4:15 p.m.

Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 4:15 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Indianapolis, 8:20 p.m.

Monday, Sep. 26

Washington at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Giants 28, Rams 16

Monday's game

St. Louis 6 0 10 0 — 16

N.Y. Giants 7 14 7 0 — 28First quarter: StL—FG Jo.Brown 21, 9:14. NYG—Nicks 3 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), 5:47. StL—FG Jo.Brown 25, 3:21. Second quarter: NYG—Boley 65 fumble return (Tynes kick), 10:58. NYG—Hixon 22 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), :21. Third quarter: StL—FG Jo.Brown 27, 11:49. NYG—Jacobs 9 run (Tynes kick), 6:19. StL—Alexander 19 pass from Bradford (Jo.Brown kick), 1:18.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—St. Louis, C.Williams 13-36, Bradford 3-15, Norwood 3-8. N.Y. Giants, Bradshaw 15-59, Jacobs 16-50, Ware 3-22, Manning 4-(minus 12).

PASSING—St. Louis, Bradford 22-46-0-331. N.Y. Giants, Manning 18-29-1-200.

RECEIVING—St. Louis, Sims-Walker 6-92, B.Gibson 4-52, Salas 4-27, Alexander 3-122, C.Williams 3-4, Kendricks 1-26, Hoomanawanui 1-8. N.Y. Giants, Bradshaw 5-45, Manningham 3-56, Nicks 3-15, Hixon 2-29, Cruz 2-17, Jacobs 1-17, Ballard 1-13, Hynoski 1-8.

Golf

State

SEnior KPGA Match Play Championship

At Hebron, KY

Traditions G.C.

Quarterfinals

Eddie Mudd, Louisville def. Terry Simon, Bowling Green 4&3; Mel McIntyre, Louisville def. Carmello Benassi, Lysas 3&1; Pat Stephens, Richmond def. Ralph Landrum, Crestview Hills 1 up; Kirk Schooley, Frankfort def. Steve Cox, Hodgenville (forfeit)

Semifinals

Mel McIntyre def. Eddie Mudd 4&3; Pat Stephens def. Kirk Schooley 1up.

College men

Rhodes Fall Classic

At Tunica, Miss.

7,125-yard, par 72 Tunica National G.C.

TEAMS

Texas at Tyler 581; Centre 597; Huntingdon 597; Transylvania 600; Oglethorpe 603; Rhodes B 605; Rhodes 605; Mary Hardin-Baylor 607; Millsaps 609; Southwestern 613; Birmingham 613; LeTourneau 613; Texas-Dallas 619; Berry 623; Mississippi Coll. 624; Sewanee 626; Centre B 628; Oglethorpe B 631; McMurry 640; Hendrix 685; Rhodes C 703

INDIVIDUALS

Transylvania — 4. Justin Tereshko 146; 11. Clay Hinton 148; 34. Hunter Frazier 153; 47. Ben Fister 155; 53. Stephen Montgomery 156

Centre — 11. Kenyon Cook 148; 15. Grant Hinton 149; 15. Patrick Davidson 149; 27. Wilson Trent 152; 53. Tyler O'Daniel 156; 53. Grant Blevins 156; 60. John Minton 157; 70. Rob Aldrich 159; 70. Tyler Sanderson 159; 70. John Hester 159

Kansas Invitational

At Lawrence, Kan.

7,092-yard, par 72 Alvamar G.C.

TEAMS

1. UMKC 874; 2. La-Lafayette 876; Missouri St. 878; 4. Cal State Fullerton 883; 5. Kansas 884; 6. Western Illinois 903; 6. South Dakota St. 902; 8. North Dakota 906; 9. Western Ky. 908; 10. Oral Roberts 910; 11. Drake 912; Nebraska 919

INDIVIDUALS

Western Ky. — 14. Alex Yost 221; 34. Will Beard 228; 34. Doug Kleeschulte 228; 52. Cameron Beal 234; 56. Logan Edelen 235

Wisconsin-ParksideFall Invitational

At Pleasant Prairie, Wis.

7,113-yard, par 72

The Club at Strawberry Creek

TEAMS

1. Northern Ky. 594; 2. Illinois-Springfield 602; 2. Wis.-Parkside 602; 4. Southern Indiana 610; 5. Maryville 629; 6. St. Joseph's 651

INDIVIDUALS

Northern Ky. — 1. Steve Rickels 145; 3. Jones Brown 149; 8. Jeremy Martin 151; 8. Zach Wright 151; 23. Corey Richmond 157

College women

Great Smokies Intercollegiate

At Waynesville, N.C.

5932-yard, par 72 Waynesville Inn Golf Resort

TEAMS

Top1. Eastern Ky. 576; 2. Western Carolina 580; 3. North Carolina-Greensboro 583; Garder-Webb 583; 5. Rollins 586; 6. ULM 587

Others19. Western Ky. 613

INDIVIDUALS

Eastern Ky. — 4. Lisanne Schmidt 140; 8. Katie Wiedmar 144; 16. Linda Hogberg 147; 16. April Emerson 147; 56. Kara Fant 152

Western Ky. — 21. Kristen Wilkinson 148; 75. Kate Larimore 154; 87. Amy O'Connell 156; 100. Dawn Wientjes 159; 102. Kelsey Burrell 160

High school boys

Fayette Co. Invitational

At Gay Brewer Jr. Course at Picadome

Teams — Henry Clay 307; Dunbar 313; Lafayette 330; Tates Creek 337; Bryan Station 482

Individuals — Chase Corman (HC) 71; Chandler Morgan (TC) 73; Preston French (HC) 77; Tanner Hall (PLD) 77; Michael O'Brien (HC) 78; Kevin Klein (PLD) 78; Trey Cox (PLD) 79; Corey Lockridge (PLD) 79; Jordan Carey (LHS) 80; Jonathan Sutton (TC) 80; Matthew O'Brien (HC) 81; Will Sallee (LHS) 82; Andrew Kirk (HC) 84; Cory Bruce (LHS) 84; Chaise Warren (LHS) 84; Ben Healy (LHS) 85; Harrison Clark (PLD) 87; Clay Douthat (TC) 91; James Oram (TC) 93; Evan Keesey (TC) 94; Chris Melvin (BS) 105; Seth Dean (BS) 114; Matthew Smith (BS) 129; Jackson Lucas (BS) 134; Chapi Clark (BS) DQ.

High school girls

Fayette Co. Invitational

At Gay Brewer Jr. Course at Picadome

Teams — Henry Clay 350; Lafayette 386; Dunbar 398; Tates Creek 464

Individuals — Kelli Crawford (LHS) 78; Allison Leigeb (HC) 82; Madison Grant (HC) 89; Leslie Ginter (HC) 89; Lizzie Kearney (LHS) 90; Alison Miller (HC) 90; Meg Mills (HC) 95; Shelby Campbell (PLD) 96; Brady Adamson (PLD) 97; Madison Saladin (PLD) 102; Jaletha Smoak (TC) 103; Haley Wright (PLD) 103; Katherine Wright (BS) 104; Jaylen Dawson (BS) 105; Sarah Schaefer (LHS) 105; Shelby Shanks (PLD) 105; Caroline Hampton (TC) 112; Lydia Lane (LHS) 113; Michaela Drake (TC) 120; Madalyn Collins (LHS) 121; Clara Coblenz (TC) 129; Cindy Le (TC) 130

Local

Central Kentucky Seniors

2-man best ball

At Andover G. and C.C.

1st flight — Tom Walters, Gary Gillis 65; Joe Vanorio, George Pennington 65; Gary Gillis, Ben Holbrook 66; William Themann, Lonnie Watts 66

2nd flight — Dennie Burton, Larry Caldwell 63; Billy Smart, Ken Hardin 65; Lonny Demaree, Lyman Dale 65; Ken Finucan, Edward Baylous 69

3rd flight — John Suprrior, Paul Wiese 66; Art Adams, David Highet 68; Don Ritchie, Andy Anderson 70; Leon Hisle, John Dragos 71

Closest to Pin No. 2 — Dennie Burton

Closest to Pin No. 15 — Gary Gillis

Ladies' Day

At Spring Valley G.C.

Low gross—Jackie Hacker 85; net: Sharon McGee 79

"T's & F's"—Penny Allen 35

At Lone Oak G.C., Nicholasville

"Odd holes" — Linda Johnson -3, Lou Brown -1, Peggy Hall -1

At Woodson Bend, Bronston

1st flight

Low gross — Elaine Gibson 90 net: Freda Cunduff 71; Glenda Hamilton 79; Jane Perdue 80

2nd flight

Low gross — Sue Newell 99 net: Jo Ann Helton 66, Carolyn Dalton 77, Jennifer Tucker 77

3rd flight

Low gross — Elaine Kleiser 109 net: Mary Pierron 69, Vicki Hamlin 79, Marilynne Rohr 80

Soccer

College men

STATE

Centre 0 Thomas More 0

Hanover 1 Asbury 0

Pikeville 5 Kentucky Christian 0

College women

STATE

Kentucky Christian 1 Pikeville 1

Union 5 Cumberlands 2

High school boys

At Louisville

Eastern 2, Louisville Christian 1

Goals—E: Whatley, Laufer LC: Hawkins

Goalkeepers—E: Moore LC: BlackAt Woodford Co.

Woodford Co. 3, Tates Creek 0

Goals—Littrell, Cole, Hines

Goalkeepers—WC: Shaw TC: Adams

Records — Woodford Co. 6-2-2, Tates Creek 3-6-2

High school girls

At Lexington Christian

Lex. Catholic 2, Lex. Christian 1 (SO)

Goals—LCa: M. Gorham, (S. Gorham, Rios, Johnson PK) LCh: Sjogren (Bertrand, Hargis PK)

Goalkeepers—LCa: Fitzgerald LCh: Bundy

Records — Lexington Catholic 5-6-2, LCA 7-7-1

Volleyball

College

At Maryville, Tenn.

Maryville def. Transylvania 25-21, 25-22, 25-19.

Records—Maryville 7-5, Transy 7-5

At Barbourville

Union def. Bryan 3-0.

At Wilmore

Lindsey Wilson def. Asbury 3-0.

At Georgetown

Georgetown def. Campbellsville 20-25, 25-19, 27-25, 9-25, 15-11

High school

At LCA

Lexington Christian def. Lexington Catholic 25-20, 25-19.

Records — LCA 14-8, Lexington Catholic 7-13

Odds

Glantz-Culver line

NCAA football

Thursday

Favorite Open Today Underdog

at Cincinnati 6½ 7½ NC State

Friday

at BYU 3½ 2½ UCF

Saturday

at Ohio St. 15½ 14½ Colorado

at Duke 11 10 Tulane

at Syracuse 3½ 2½ Toledo

at East Carolina 9½ 13½ UAB

at South Florida 28 29 UTEP

at Illinois 12½ 13½ W. Michigan

at Rutgers 4½ 4 Ohio

at Penn St. 28 29 E. Michigan

at Miami 13 13 Kansas St.

SMU 23 22 at Memphis

at Maryland 10 9 Temple

at Michigan St. 24 24 Cent. Michigan

Georgia 10½ 9½ at Mississippi

at Miami (Ohio) 6 4½ Bowling Green

Army 3 4 at Ball St.

Virginia Tech 18½ 20½ at Marshall

at Alabama 14 11½ Arkansas

at Washington 3 2 California

LSU 6 5½ at West Virginia

at Michigan 7½ 10 San Diego St.

at Georgia Tech 5 6½ North Carolina

Florida 16½ 19½ at Kentucky

Notre Dame 5½ 6½ at Pittsburgh

Florida St. 3 2 at Clemson

at San Jose St. 9½ 9½ New Mexico St.

Fresno St. 6 4 at Idaho

UConn 10 9 at Buffalo

at Oregon St. 2½ 4½ UCLA

at Texas Tech 20 20 Nevada

at South Carolina 15 16 Vanderbilt

at Mississippi St. 17 19½ Louisiana Tech

at Baylor 17½ 20 Rice

at Virginia 3 3 Southern Miss.

at Texas A&M 3 3½ Oklahoma St.

Nebraska 23½ 23½ at Wyoming

at Oklahoma 20½ 21½ Missouri

at Utah St. 6 9 Colorado St.

at Boise St. 32½ 32½ Tulsa

Oregon 11½ 15½ at Arizona

at Arizona St. 3 2½ Southern Cal

at Auburn 31½ 33½ FAU

at Iowa 18 17 Louisiana-Monroe

at Troy 12½ 12½ Middle Tenn.

Indiana 7½ 7 at North Texas

at FIU 17 17 La.-Lafayette

NFL

Sunday

Favorite Open Today Underdog

at Cincinnati 1 2½ San Francisco

New England 9 9 at Buffalo

at New Orleans 5½ 4 Houston

at Philadelphia off off N.Y. Giants

at Cleveland 1 2½ Miami

at Tennessee 4½ 7 Denver

Detroit 4 3½ at Minnesota

at Carolina 3½ 3½ Jacksonville

at San Diego 15 14½ Kansas City

N.Y. Jets 3½ 3½ at Oakland

Baltimore 3½ 3½ at St. Louis

at Tampa Bay +1 1½ Atlanta

Arizona 3 3 at Seattle

Green Bay 4 3½ at Chicago

Pittsburgh 11 10½ at Indianapolis

Monday

at Dallas off off Washington

Off key — Philadelphia QB questionable; Dallas QB questionable

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