News Sports agate - January 15, 2020

Sports agate – January 15, 2020

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WALL

Boys

New Hartford 71, RFA 70

HARTFORD NEW – Cole 11, Oczkowski 13, Co. Suriano 9, Philiposki 25, Korrie 2, Snyder 6, Wheat 5.

RFA – Recco 5, Bartholomew 12, Call 18, Hoke 4, Baldwin 12, Smith 2, Howard 5, Salas 2, Frisch 4, Kelly 6.

Halftime: RFA 34, New Hartford 29

3-point baskets: NH, Cole, Oczkowski 3, Co. Suriano, Philiposki 2; RFA, Bartholomew 2, Call 2, Baldwin 2, Howard, Frisch.

VV 67, Central Valley Academy 52

VVS – Dedic 6, Janowski 18, Jacobs 2, Palmer 15, Weydig 7, Donnelly 11, Sutherland 8.

CVA – Brewer 2, Murray 15, Perry 4, NUI 13, Brower, Seymour 4, Trevor 11.

Halftime: VVS 30, CVA 27.

3-point baskets: VVS, Palmer, Weydig 2, Sutherland; CVA, Murray 2, Trevor.

Girls

New Hartford 74, RFA 56

RFA – Hunzinger 2, Davis 13, Mirabelli 2, Frost 14, McLeod 21, Call 4.

NH – Murray 2, Wadsworth 3, Raux 1, Henderson 37, Jamie 15, Sales 4, Vitullo 9, Evans 3.

Halftime: NH 36, RFA 28.

3-point baskets: RFA, Davis, Frost 4, McLeod; NH, Wadsworth, Henderson 5, Vitullo, Evans.

VVS 60, CVA 57

VVS – Brewer 26, Rossi 18, Kiser 3, Carrier 5, K. Kinne 2, A. Nell 6.

CVA – Man 3, Markwardt 3, Moore 8, Rich 7, Schoff 7, Sommer 28.

Halftime: CVA 26, VVS 21.

3-point baskets: VVS, Brewer; CVA, Moore 2, Sommer 2.

Oneida 50, Camden 22

CAMDEN – Paul 10, Oatman 1, Igoe 4, Mix 7.

ONEIDA – Coulter 9, Albro 2, Curro 5, French 5, Lusher 15, Rainbow 13.

Halftime: 31-7.

3-point baskets: Oneida, French, Lusher, Rainbow 2.

New York Mills 61, Oriskany 54

NYM – Beaulieu 3, Jordan 9, Lape 2, Stevens 5, Taylor 33, Yaghy 7.

ORISKANY – Roberts 3, Tagliaferri 23, Coleman 6, A. Reid 8, T. Reid 10, Buck 4.

Halftime: NYM 25, Oriskany 24.

3-point baskets: NYM, Beaulieu 1, Taylor 4, Yaghy; Oriskany, A. Reid.

BOWLING

Boys

RFA 8.5, Camden 2.5

Game high and RFA series: Clark, 204 and 576.

Camden and high game: Turner, 225 and 566.

Waterville 5, Clinton 0

Game High and Clinton series: Casab, 226 and 661.

Game and high series Waterville: Hecker, 255 and 657.

Girls

Proctor 7, VVS 4

High game and VVS series: Lanz, 192 and 531.

Game high and Proctor series: Conte, 185 and 537.

HOCKE

Girls

Clinton 1, Ithaca 1; OT

Clinton scoring (goals-helps): Lopata (1-0), Rockwood (0-1).

Ithaca scoring (targets-helps): Lemberg (1-0).

Goalie: Clinton, Millington, 16 saves; Ithaca, Brennan, 13.

DISCLOSURE & DIVING

Boys

RFA 67, Sherburne-Earlville 30

Relay 200 medley: 1, Free Academy of Rome (Faroni, Gratch, Keeney, Pratt) 1: 56.99.

200 freestyle: 1, Brawdy, RFA, 2: 04.87.

200 individual medley: 1, Gratch, RFA, 2: 23.2.

50 freestyle: 1, Linderman, RFA, 24.53.

Diving: 1, Mercurio, RFA, 211.70.

100 butterflies: 1, Keeney, RFA, 1: 03.56.

100 freestyle: 1, Polce, RFA, 1: 01.02.

500 freestyle: 1, Brawdy, RFA, 5: 46.19.

200 freestyle relay: 1, Free Academy of Rome (Gratch, Pratt, Linderman, prophecy of the Battle) 1: 41.39.

100 back back: 1, Faroni, RFA, 1: 07.22.

100 breast leg: 1, Larchar, S-E, 1: 18.03.

400 freestyle relay: 1, Sherburne Earlville (Karaman, Wilson, Crespi, Larchar) 4: 17.29.

Oneida 96, Proctor 79

200 relay relay: 1, Oneida (Hicks, Hoang, Schmitt, Hicks) 1: 56.61.

200 freestyle: 1, Ajay Hicks, O, 2: 07.06.

200 individual medley: 1, Hoang, O, 2: 35.06.

50 freestyle: 1, Andrew Hicks, O, 22.95.

Diving: 1, James, P, 229.8.

100 butterfly: 1, Ajay Hicks, O, 1: 03.49.

100 freestyle: 1, Aidan Hicks, O, 55.12.

500 freestyle: 1, Schmitt, O, 5: 01.41.

200 freestyle relay: 1, Proctor (Fisher, Eady, Mosad, Bivins) 1: 45.16.

100 back back: 1, Aidan Hicks, O, 1: 02.75.

100 breast leg: 1, Nanna, P, 1: 21.93.

400 freestyle relay: 1, Proctor (Nanna, Eady, Mosad, Gioppo) 4: 16.53.

VOLLEYBALL

Boys

Westmoreland 3, Little Falls 0

25-16, 25-19, 25-19

Westmoreland leaders: Coyne, 12; Nesting, 5 slaughter, 4 excavation; Klopfanstein, 8 killing, 2 blocks.

LF leaders: Alteri, 4, 5 killing, 12 dig helps; Davies, 3, helps slaughter, 10 dig; Vespasiano, 2 slaughter, 2 blocks, 8 determined.

VVS 3, Chittenango 0

25-14, 25-21, 25-19

VVS leaders: Loucey, 2 aces, 4, helps 15 dig; Miller 11 killing, 12 excavation; Terrier, 23, helps slaughter, 10 dig; Kirkpatrick, 10 assists, 12 killing, 2 blocks, 8 excavations; Winn, 12 killing, 4 digging; Carney goes, 12.

Chittenango leaders: McIntosh, 12 assistance, gives four excavations; Strickler, 12 killing, 3 blocks, 4 excavations; Barnard makes 12 of them.

TRADE

Holland Patent 54, VVS 36

285 pounds, Gotte, HP, forfeit.

99, Foster, VVS, Pinned Phan, 3:30.

106, Mior, VVS, pinned VanEtten,: 46.

113, Munz, VVS, pinned Williams, 2:51.

120, pinned Swalgin, HP, Jones: 33.

126, Burback, VVS, tied to racquet, 2:19.

132, Stowell, HP, Olsen pinned, 3:52.

Pence 138, Dian, HP, Gowan: 16.

Forfeiture 145, Foley, HP.

152, Markarchck, VVS, Alexander pinned, 1:52.

160, Vander Hoof, VVS, pinned McCowen: 40.

Forfeiture 170, Koperda, HP.

Forfeiture 182, Wiater, HP.

195, HP, Fassett, HP, passed: 43.

Forfeiture 220, Dare, HP.

ALL PIN SITES

Paul Shop Pro Saturday Classic League

Mike Ingersoll, 289 and 746. Rick Adams, 744; Joe Clarke, 705; Joe Rosati, 696; Merle Foster, 692; Matt Mignon, 684; Josh Solon, 681; Steve Berthold, 673; Mark Migon, 671; Mike Craver III, 669; John Haberer, 666; Ed Horbath, 661; Steve Snow, 657; Tom Gannon, 656; Jim Malone, 655; Bobby Folsom, 655; Larry Guiliano, 654; Brenden Boice, 651; Brian Jones, 649; Paul Louis III, 646; Chuck Cadrette, 646; Steve Rosati, 642; Josh Tice, 641; Robert Rieck, 641; Guy Tosti, 636; Adam Bevete, 630; Mark Lloyd, 627; Greg Tice, 626; Ed Holmes, 624; Andy Romano, 621; Mike Corbett, 620; Mark Carpenter, 619; Robert Rieck II, 612; Andrew Bourgeois, 610; Josh Talbot, 610; Edwin Chang, 609; and Daryl Clark, 605.

Jackie Fallon, 232 and 593.

John Lenihan Memorial Series

George Marsh III, 737. Mike Ferlo, 721; Christopher Pape, 711; Larry DeFrees, 703; Dave York, 698; James Miller, 691; Wayne “Doug” Williams, 686; Dick Larkin, 659; John Klar, 617; Dennis Hooks, 607; Dan Seaton, 606.

Gina Kierpiec and Millie A. Seaton, 225 and 637. Kierpiec, 620.

National Football League

Section Playoffs

Saturday, 11 January

San Francisco 27, Minnesota 10

Tennessee 28, Baltimore 12

Sunday, 12 January

Kansas City 51, Houston 31

Green Bay 28, Seattle 23

Congress Championships

Sunday, January 19

Tennessee at Kansas City, 3:05 (CBS)

Green Bay at San Francisco, 6:40 (FOX)

Pro Bowl

Sunday, January 26

At Orlando, Fla.

AFC vs NFC, 3 (ESPN)

Super Bowl

Sunday, February 2

At Miami Gardens, Fla.

Champion NFC vs champion AFC, 6:30 (FOX)

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Saturday, January. 18

Classic Classic Scrine

At St Petersburg, Fla.

East vs. West, 3 (NFL)

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

At Pasadena, Calif.

American vs National, 5 (FS1) t

National Hockey League

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

Pt GP DT OT

Boston 48 27 9 12 66 159 128

Tampa Bay 46 28 14 4 60 166 133

Toronto 47 25 16 6 56 173 157

Florida 45 24 16 5 53 166 152

Buffalo 47 21 19 7 49 140 149

Montreal 47 20 20 7 47 145 148

Ottawa 46 16 22 8 40 123 157

Detroit 47 12 32 3 27 102 183

City Division

Pt GP DT OT

Washington 47 31 11 5 67 166 138

Pittsburgh 46 29 12 5 63 161 125

Islanders 45 28 13 4 60 132 119

Carolina 46 27 17 2 56 150 125

Philadelphia 46 24 16 6 54 146 142

Columbus 47 23 16 8 54 124 124

Rangers 45 22 19 4 48 152 151

New Jersey 46 17 22 7 41 124 163

Western Congress

Central Division

Pt GP DT OT

St. Louis 47 30 10 7 67 152 125

Dallas 46 27 15 4 58 124 109

Colorado 46 25 15 6 56 164 137

Winnipeg 47 25 18 4 54 145 140

Nashville 45 21 17 7 49 152 149

Chicago 47 21 20 6 48 137 152

Minnesota 46 20 20 6 46 138 157

Pacific Division

Pt GP DT OT

Arizona 49 26 18 5 57 142 128

Edmonton 48 25 18 5 55 148 150

Calgary 48 25 18 5 55 131 141

Vancouver 47 25 18 4 54 155 147

Vegas 49 24 19 6 54 151 149

San Jose 48 21 23 4 46 129 159

Los Angeles 48 18 25 5 41 121 150

Anaheim 46 17 24 5 39 116 147

Note: Two points for victory, one point for overtime loss. Three best teams in each section and two wild cards per advance conference to playoffs.

Tuesday games

Buffalo 4, Vegas 2

Columbus 3, Boston 0

NUI. Islanders 8, Detroit 2

Pittsburgh 7, Minnesota 3

Tampa Bay 4, Los Angeles 3, SO

Toronto 7, New Jersey 4

Chicago 3, Ottawa 2, OT

Winnipeg 4, Vancouver 0

Arizona 6, San Jose 3

Dallas 3, Colorado 2, OT

Edmonton 4, Nashville 2

Wednesday games

Chicago at Montreal, 7:30

Philadelphia at St. Louis, 8

Games Thursday

Pittsburgh in Boston, 7

Carolina by Columbus, 7

Los Angeles at Florida, 7

N.Y Rangers. The Irish Islands, 7

Montreal at Philadelphia, 7

Calgary at Toronto, 7

New Jersey in Washington, 7

Vegas in Ottawa, 7:30

Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 8

Anaheim at Nashville, 8

Buffalo at Dallas, 8:30

San Jose at Colorado, 9

Arizona at Vancouver, 10

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MORE A PHYSICAL

American Hockey League

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

GP P OL SOL Pts GF EN

Hartford 39 23 9 2 5 53 108 98

Hershey 40 23 12 2 3 51 110 101

Providence 40 22 15 1 2 47 126 106

Charlotte 38 21 14 3 0 45 120 100

Springfield 41 21 18 2 0 44 125 117

WB / Scranton 39 18 15 3 3 42 102 119

Glen Leigh 39 15 19 1 4 35 88 110

Bridgeport 41 14 22 4 1 33 92 133

North Division

GP P OL SOL Pts GF EN

Belleville 39 23 13 2 1 49 146 124

Utica 39 22 13 2 2 48 135 118

Rochester 37 21 11 2 3 47 115 96

Toronto 38 21 14 2 1 45 126 117

Laval 40 20 16 3 1 44 119 120

Syracuse 38 18 16 2 2 40 130 135

Cleveland 38 17 18 1 2 37 103 107

Binghamton 37 16 17 4 0 36 103 121

Western Congress

Central Division

GP P OL SOL Pts GF EN

Milwaukee 40 27 7 4 2 60 133 88

Iowa 40 22 13 3 2 49 124 118

Chicago 40 19 17 3 1 42 100 113

Rockford 38 18 18 1 1 38 101 115

Texas 38 17 17 2 2 38 109 121

Great Motors 40 17 19 2 2 38 114 132

Manitoba 41 18 23 0 0 36 112 132

San Antonio 39 13 17 5 4 35 110 126

Pacific Division

GP P OL SOL Pts GF EN

Tucson 35 26 8 1 0 53 134 91

Stockton 35 23 7 2 3 51 137 100

Colorado 34 19 11 3 1 42 112 97

Aghagower 36 16 15 4 1 37 110 128

Ontario 38 16 18 3 1 36 96 147

San Diego 33 14 15 2 2 32 106 103

San Jose 34 12 20 0 2 26 110 123

Note: Two points for victory, one point for overtime loss. Three best teams in each section and two wild cards per advance conference to playoffs.

Tuesday games

Charlotte 4, Hershey 1

Milwaukee 4, Rockford 1

Iowa 5, Bakersfield 2

Wednesday games

Hershey at Charlotte, 7

Rockford at Grand Rapids, 7

Hartford at Utica, 7

Cleveland at Binghamton, 7:05

Syracuse at Glen Lehigh, 7:05

Belleville at Manitoba, 8

Chicago by Milwaukee, 8

WB / Scranton at Texas, 8

Colorado at San Jose, 10

San Diego at Stockton, 10

Game Thursday

Toronto at San Antonio, 8

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COLLEGE HOCKE

Score Tuesday

East

Robert Morris 4, Mercyhurst 1

National Basketball Association

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

W Pct GB

Boston 27 11 .711 –

Toronto 25 14 .641 2.5

Philadelphia 25 16 .610 3.5

Brooklyn 18 21 .462 9.5

New York 11 30 .268 17.5

South East Division

W Pct GB

Miami 27 12 .692 –

Orlando 19 21 .475 8.5

Charlotte 15 28 .349 14

Washington 13 26 .333 14

Atlanta 9 32 .220 19

Central Division

W Pct GB

Milwaukee 36 6 .857 –

Indiana 25 15 .625 10

Chicago 14 27 .341 21.5

Detroit 14 27 .341 21.5

Cleveland 12 29 .293 23.5

Western Congress

South West Division

W Pct GB

Houston 26 13667 –

Dallas 25 15 .625 1.5

Memphis 19 22 .463 8

San Antonio 17 21 .447 8.5

New Orleans 15 26 .366 12

North Western Division

W Pct GB

Utah 28 12 .700 –

Denver 27 12 .692 .5

City of Oklahoma 23 17 .575 5

Portland 17 24 .415 11.5

Minnesota 15 24 .385 12.5

Pacific Division

W Pct GB

L. Lakers 33 7 .825 –

L.A Clippers 28 13 .683 5.5

Phoenix 16 24 .400 17

Sacramento 15 25 .375 18

Golden State 9 33 .214 25

Tuesday games

Atlanta 123, Phoenix 110

Utah 118, Brooklyn 107

Memphis 121, Houston 110

Milwaukee 128, New York 102

L.A Clippers 128, Cleveland 103

Dallas 124, Golden State 97

Wednesday games

Brooklyn at Philadelphia, 7

Detroit in Boston, 7

San Antonio at Miami, 7:30

Indiana at Minnesota, 8

Toronto by Oklahoma City, 8

Washington at Chicago, 8

Charlotte by Denver, 9

Portland at Houston, 9:30

Dallas at Sacramento, 10

Orlando by L.A. Lakers, 10:30

Games Thursday

Phoenix at New York, 7:30

Boston by Milwaukee, 8

Utah at New Orleans, 8

Denver at Golden State, 10:30

Orlando by L.A. Clippers, 10:30

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FOOTBALL BALLOT

Scores Tuesday

East

Buffalo 76, Ohio 73

Louisville 73, Pittsburgh 68

Villanova 79, DePaul 75

West Virginia 81, TCU 49

South

Clemson 79, Duke 72

Florida 71, Mississippi 55

Mississippi St. 72, Missouri 45

Richmond 70, Davidson 64

UCF 74, Tulane 55

Virginia Tech 80, Wake Forest 70

Midwest

Akron 72, N. Illinois 49

Ball St. 69, E. Michigan 52

Bowling Green 85, W. Michigan 82

Cent. Michigan 74, Toledo 67

Dayton 79, VCU 65

Iowa 75, Northwestern 62

Miami (Ohio) 77, Kent St. 74

Ohio St. 80, Nebraska 68

Texas Tech 77, Kansas St. 63

Wisconsin 56, Maryland 54

South West

Kansas 66, Oklahoma 52

LSU 89, Texas A&M 85

West West

Nevada 68, Wyoming 67

San Diego St. 64, Fresno St. 55

PGA Tour Statistics

By January 12

FedEx Cup Season Points

1, Justin Thomas, 1,162. 2, Brendon Todd, 1,024. 3, Lanto Griffin, 887. 4, Sebastian Munoz, 867. 5, Cameron Smith, 740. 6, Rory McIlroy, 713. 7, Joaquin Niemann, 697. 8, Cameron Champ, 636. 9, Sungjae Im, 636. 10 , Xander Schauffele, 630.

Scoring Average

1, Rory McIlroy, 67.534. 2, Webb Simpson, 67.619. 3, Xander Schauffele, 68.780. 4, Alex Noren, 68.811. 5, Hideki Matsuyama, 69.016. 6, Harris English, 69.260. 7, Justin Thomas, 69.328. 8, Louis Oosthuizen, 69.409. 9, Denny McCarthy, 69.431. 10, Bryson DeChambeau, 69.450.

Driving Distance

1, Bubba Watson, 323.7. 2, Jason Kokrak, 323.1. 3, Kurt Kitayama, 322.0. 4, Murray Grayson, 321.7. 5, Cameron Champ, 320.9. 6, Tony Finau, 319.8. 7, Hun Byeong, 318.6. 8, Danny Lee, 317.4. 9, Tom Lewis, 317.2. 10, Akshay Bhatia, 316.7.

Percent Driving Accuracy

1, Jim Furyk, 80.95%. 2, Brendon Todd, 76.99%. 3 (tie), K.J. Choi, John Oda and Gary Woodland, 75.89%. 6, Ryan Moore, 75.52%. 7, Matt Kuchar, 75.00%. 8, Ryan Armor, 74.70%. 9, Brian Stuard, 74.58%. 10, Sanghyun Park, 74.07%.

Regulated Greens in Percentage

1, Jim Furyk, 81.94%. 2, Patrick Cantlay, 79.63%. 3, Harris English, 78.54%. 4, Tyrrell Hatton, 78.47%. 5 (tie), Emiliano Grillo and John Merrick, 77.78%. 7 (tie), Tommy Fleetwood and Webb Simpson, 77.31%. 9, Xander Schauffele, 76.85%. 10, Hideki Matsuyama, 76.77%.

Total Driving

1, Andrew Novak, 38. 2, Ryan Moore, 48. 3, Viktor Hovland, 65. 4, Chase Koepka, 77. 5, John Oda, 78. 6, D.J. Trahan, 81. 7, Redman Doc, 99. 8, Gary Woodland, 102. 9, Branden Grace, 103. 10, Patrick Cantlay, 106.

Temporing

1, Billy Horschel, 1.922. 2, Denny McCarthy, 1.742. 3, Andrew Putnam, 1.583. 4, Mikumu Horikawa, 1.529. 5, Rod Pampling, 1.477. 6, Cameron Smith, 1.299. 7, Patrick Reed, 1.205. 8, Dominic Bozzelli, 1.122. 9, Kevin Na, 1.015. 10, Viktor Hovland, .983.

Birdie average

1, Webb Simpson, 5.67. 2, Xander Schauffele, 5.42. 3, Justin Thomas, 5.11. 4, Patrick Cantlay, 5.00. 5, Scottie Scheffler, 4.89. 6, Rory McIlroy, 4.88. 7, Cameron Smith, 4.77. 8 (tie), Tyrrell Hatton and Denny McCarthy, 4.75. 10, Maverick McNealy, 4.71.

Eagles (Holes against) t

1, Rory McIlroy, 48.0. 2 (tie), Patrick Cantlay, Luke List, Scott Stallings and Henrik Stenson, 54.0. 6, Adam Scott, 57.6. 7, Jason Day, 60.0. 8, 3 connected to 63.0.

Percent Save Sand

1, Hatch Tyrrell, 100.00%. 2, Bryson DeChambeau, 81.25%. 3 (tie), Ryo Ishikawa and Boo Weekley, 75.00%. 5, Hideki Matsuyama, 73.91%. 6 (tie), Peter Uihlein and Danny Willett, 73.33%. 8, Rory Sabbatini, 72.41%. 9, Jason Day, 72.22%. 10, Andrew Novak, 71.43%.

All-terrain Classification

1, Patrick Cantlay, 263. 2, Cameron Smith, 356. 3, Hideki Matsuyama, 376. 4, Bryson DeChambeau, 408. 5, Webb Simpson, 415. 6, Adam Scott, 423. 7, Denny McCarthy, 439. 8 , Lanto Griffin, 441. 9, Viktor Hovland, 461. 10, Sungjae Im, 462.

Home team in caps

PRO PROCESS

Underdog favorite points

Sunday

Congress Championships

KANSAS CITY 7 Tennessee

SAN FRANCISCO 71/2 Green Bay

BALLBALL HOME

Underdog favorite points

PHILADLEPHIA 71/2 Brooklyn

BOSTON 91/2 Detroit

MIAMI 51/2 San Ant

Indiana 21/2 MINNE

OKLAHOMA CITY 2 Toronto

CHICAGO 41/2 Washington

DENVER 13 Charlotte

HOUSING 81/2 Portland

LCS Dallas 21/2

LA LAKERS 10 Orlando

FOOTBALL BALLOT

Underdog favorite points

BUTLER 51/2 Seton Hall

Kentucky 51/2 S CARO

SYRACUSE 12 Boston Co

x-ST. BONA 7 Mass

GEORGETOWN 11/2 Creighton

FLORIDA ST 61/2 Virginia

NORTH CARO ST 8 Miami-Fla

RUTGERS 31/2 Indiana

George Mason 2 GEO WASH

DUQUESNE 17 Fordham

MERCER 5 Vmi

FURMAN 101/2 W Carolina

EAST TENN ST 161/2 Samford

NC Greensboro 12 CITADEL

INDIANA ST 12 Evansville

FAIRFIELD 3 St. Peter

GEORGIA 21/2 Tennessee

Wofford 1 CHAT

Tulsa 31/2 EAST CARO

Rhode Island 8 ST. JOE

OKLAHOMA ST 3 Texas

BAYLOR 11 Iowa St.

MARQUETTE 4 Xavier

MISSOURI ST 1 Bradley

NORTHERN IOWA 111/2 Valparaiso

N DAKOTA ST 7 S Dakota

S DAKOTA ST 81/2 N Dakota

PROVISION 5 St. John

GEORGIA TECH 2 Notre Dame

ARKANSAS 151/2 Vanderbilt

HOUSING 8 Smu

TEMPLE Wichita St 3

MINNESOTA 31/2 St.

COLORADO ST 31/2 New Mexico

FORM AER 1 Boise St

UTEP 61/2 Tex San Ant

Auburn 2 ALABAMA

Stanford 21/2 UCLA

Cal Irvine 7 CS FULLER

UNLV 131/2 S Jose St

x-at Blue Cross Arena-Rochester, NY.

HOCKE

Favorite goals

MONTREAL 1 / 2-1 Chicago

ST. LOUIS 1 / 2-1 Philadelphia

(c) Tribune Subject Agency

BASEBALL

American league

BALTIMORE ORDERS – RHP Eric Hanhold was fully assigned to Norfolk (IL).

BOSTON RED SOX – Fired Manager Alex Cora.

CHICAGO WHITE SOX – RHP Designated Dylan Covey from assignment. It was agreed to comply with RHP Steve Cishek on a one-year contract.

DRIVER ADMISSION – LHP Designated Matt Hall for assignment. Assigned RHP Dario Agrazal fully with Toledo (IL).

KANSAS CITY ROLES – The terms of minor league contracts were agreed with the RHPs Trevor Rosenthal and Braden Shipley.

MINSESOTA TWINS – 3B Miguel Sanó agreed on a three year contract.

NEW YORK YANKEES – Eric Cressey was named as director of health and performance players, Donovan Santas, assistant health director and performance and Brett McCabe, a great-strength coach and air conditioning. He promoted the physical therapist and assistant trainer Michael Schuk as director of medicine and sports rehabilitation, as assistant tutor Tim Lentych to the main trainer and trainer Steve Donohue to the director of medical services.

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS – RHP Received Jeremy Beasley from Angels Los Angeles for RHP Matt Andriese.

CHICAGO CUBS – Casey Jacobson was named as a series development co-ordinator, James Ogden, a mini-league performance coordinator, Steven Pollakov Dominican Striking Analytical Coordinator / piching performance; , Javier Guerrero mini league / mental skills co-ordinator, Cory Kennedy one of league and performance league and conditioning scientists, strength co-ordinator and rehabilitation conditioner Doug Jarrow and Mike McNulty co-ordinator of a series training.

MIAMI MARLINS – Launched by Dean Austin to St. Louis from Diowill Burgos.

FILILELPHIA PHILLIES – Designated an Herrera Odebel for assignment. Nick Martini claimed for waivers from Cincinnati.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS – The terms of the contract with RHP Daniel Hudson were agreed on a two-year contract.

International Series

METS SIRACUSE – Nominated D.J. Caringco pitching coach and coach bench Rich Donnelly.

WALL

National Basketball Association

NBA – Fined Detroit G Derrick Rose $ 25,000 off a pen to wear across the court and into the audience stands.

ATLANTA HAWKS – Released F Paul Watson Jr.

KNICKS YORK NEW – Signatures F Kenny Wooten with a two-way contract.

NBA Women

WNBA / WNBAPA – Agreement reached on a new eight-year collective bargaining agreement (CBA), awaiting ratification of the 2020-27 seasons by players and the Board of Governors of the league.

MINNESOTA LYNX – Katie Smith was nominated as coach.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA COURSES – Waiver / injured TE Alex Gray and DT RaShede Hageman.

CAROLINA PANTHERS – announced LB Luke Kuechly's retirement.

DENVER BRONCOS – Abusive Co-ordinator Pat Shurmur Designated.

LOS ANGELES REMUNERATION – TE Antonio Gates announced his retirement.

MESSAGE APPOINTMENTS – Signed WR Dillon Mitchell to reserve / future contracts.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS – Deputy director of college by scouting Tim Gribble to college scouting director.

HOCKE

National Hockey League

NEW EUROPE EXPORTERS – Assigned D Libor Hajek to Hartford (AHL).

CAPINGTON WASHINGTON – Re-signed Nicklas C Backstrom to a five-year contract.

American Hockey League

HARTFORD PACKAGE – Jeff Taylor to Maine D Loans (ECHL).

ECHL

READING ROUTES – Agreement with terms with F Felix Chamberland.

SOCCER

Srahmore Soccer

D.C. UNITED – M Edison Flores received a permanent transfer from Atlético Factory Morelia (Liga MX-Mexico).

NEW EUROPE BULLS – Signed D John Tolkin.

SEATTLE HOLDINGS – Signed D Shane O'Neill.

The United Soccer League

LEAGUE TWO – He announced that a franchise had been added in West Chester, Pa to start playing for the 2020 season.

LEAD

TENNIS TEST PROGRAM – temporarily suspended Nicolas Jarry, until the charge against him is determined by a full hearing.

COLLEGE

IOWA – RO A.J. Epenesa will join the NFL draft.

NOTRE DAME – Tom Rees promoted the abusive co-ordinator and Lance Taylor to run a game co-ordinator.

OHIO STATE – Suspended by G Luther Muhammad and by Duane Washington Jr.

RUTGERS – Robb Smith, defense coordinator, was nominated.

TENNESSEE – C Uros Plavsic announced that it is entitled to play for the rest of this season.

UMKC – Named a football coach Ryan Pore.

WASHINGTON STATE – Nick Rolovich football coach was named.

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