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Spotlight: Track and field

The Cmc1nnat1 Enquirer/BRANDI STAFFORD

Walnut Hills' Amanda Mullins-Hall owns the city record for the 100-meter hurdles, 13.94 seconds.

Record year for area stars Five city marks broken already; others may fall By Tom Groeschen 17zr Cincinnati Enquirer

Cincinnati track athletes have vaporized several city records and threatened many more this spring, as longtime standards fall almost weekly. "As far as top-end talent, this is the best year I can remember since I've been coaching." said Karl Kauffman, the Walnut Hills girls coach since 1990. "Every r ·ce in a while, you'll run into a group like this," said Floyd Horton, coach of the area's No. 1ranked Middletown boys team. "We're fortunate to have a lot of great athletes at once." Kauffman has compiled a list of boys and girls city records in recent years, with input from fellow Cincinnati coaches. According to the coaches, two girls records and three boys marks have fallen in 2002: • Amanda Mullins-Hall of Walnut Hills has three times lowered the girl;; 100-rneter hurdles record, most recently running 13.94 second;; at the Roosevelt Memorial m Dayton; • Carrie Koenig of Colerain has gone 10-h in the pole vault, breaking the mark of 10-0 she set last year; • Cedric Powell of Roger Bacon, 47.24 sec· onds in the boys 400-meter dash, breaking a record held since 1984 by Leroy Williams of old Greenhills High School (47.44): • The La Salle 6,400meter relay of Jason Beck, Eric Mayhaus, Kvle Dragan and Allen Bader ran 17:53:0'', breaking a 30-year-old city record by eight seconds; • The Middletown 800meter relay team of Tyran Thompson, Nasir Ahmad, Darrell Hunter and Marc Johnson ran 1:26.70 at the recent Roosevelt Memorial in Dayton. Mullins-Hall, a senior bound for Vanderbilt next year, is unbeaten in both

Cincinnati prep track records BOYS

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lOOM: 10.48. Mario Allmon, Princeton, 1990 200M: 21.08, Mario Allmon, Princeton, 1990 400M: 4 7.24, Cedric Powell, Roger Bacon. 2002 BOOM: 1:51.76, Jason Williams, Princeton, 1992 1,600M: 4:05.9, Mason Ward, Colerain, 2000 3,200M: 8:54.9, Steve Padgett, LaSalle. 2000 lOOM hurdles: 13.48, Glenn Terry, Sycamore, 1989 300M hurdles: 36.38, Glenn Terry Sycamore, 1988 400M relay: 41.36, Middletown

lOOM: 11.77, D'Andre Hill, Mount Healthy, 1990 200M: 24.25, D'Andre Hill, Mount Healthy, 1990 400M: 55. 78, Stevonne Spivery, Withrow, 2000 BOOM: 2:12.59, Brooke Wyckoff. Lakota. 1997 1,600M: 4:52.23, Connie Jo Robinson, Reading, 1982 3,200M: 10:44.53, Karen Rayle, Talawanda, 1986 100M hurdles: 13.94, Amanda Mull1ns-Hall, Walnut Hills, 2002 300M hurdles: 41.92, Arnika Edwards, Mount Healthy, 1994 400M relay: 48:01, Mount Healthy (Anita Scott, Tiffney Roper, Nikeya Ralls, D'Andre H·ll), 1991

(Tyran Thompson, Nasir Ahmad, Dennis Gates, Darrell Hunter), 2001 BOOM relay: 1:26.70, Middletown (Tyran Thompson, Nasir Ahmad . Darrell Hunter, Marc Johnson), 2002 1,600M relay: 3:17.60, Middletown (Dennis Gates, Antwaun Rogers, Darrell Hunter, Gaylon Vinson), 2000 3,200M relay: 7:46.00, Princeton (Julian Wagner, Ty Olverson, Larry Mathews, Allen DeGraffenreid),

1986 6,400M relay: 17:53.00, LaSalle (Jason Beck, Eric Mayhaus, Kyle Dragan, Allen Bader), 2002 High jump: 7-1/4, Jeff Ross, Lakota,

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BOOM relay: 1:40.98, Princeton (Candace Campbell, Allyscn Rogers, Jennifer Rucker,Tanya Upthegrove), 1988 1,600M relay: 3:55.20, Withrow (Stevonne Spivery, Dante Marshall, Bran dye Martin. Tanea Green), 1999 3,200M relay: 9:12.89, Colerain (Kelly Crum, Jennifer Umle, Terie Littlepage, Melissa Miller), 1999 High jump: 5-8. Laura Eppstein, Mount Notre Dame, 2000; Stefani DIXon, Milford, 1995: Shannon Danforth, Pnnceton. 1989; Chrislie Arnold, Sycamore, 1984) Long jump: 19-8, Candace Campbell, Pnnceton. 1989 Triple jump: 37-5, Tamara Fennell, 'Nllnut Hills, 2001 Pole vault: 10-6, Came Koenig, Colerain.

The Cmc1nnati Enquirer/ JEFF SWINGER

Cedric Powell's time of 4 7.24 in the 400-meter dash was two-tenths better than an 18-year-old city record. "I didn't know I l1ad broken that record until someone told me," Powell said.

the best Cincinnati has ever had," Braddix said. While Mullins-Hall and Powell will be among Pole vault: 15-7, Brent Walter, Moeller, Cincinnati's best individ2001; Chris Smith, Pr ~eton, 2001 2002 ual hopes, the Middletown Shot put: 62-7, Jeff Gl .s, Amelia, Shot put: 45-10 1/2, Tammy McCallum, boys are considered the 1975 Milford, 1992 best hope to break Discus: 188-4, Ben Bird, New Discus: 151-4, Dawn DeHart, Loveland, Cincinnati's recent Richmond, 1992 1983 drought of team championships. The last boys team champion locally was Note: Records compiled by Walnut Hills coach Karl Kauffman 111 conJuncton w1th the SouthLa Salle in 1994 (Division western Ohio Track Coaches Associabon. To report changes, call Kauffman at 321-7861. I), while Fenwick in 1993 (Division Ill) was the last the 100- and 300-meter meter dash (21.7) and has Cincinnati-area girls team hurdles (44.50) this sea- the second-best time in to win a team title. SOIL Her time of 25.20 in the 100 clash (10.7). Middletown has its fleet the 200-meter dash is also "I didn't know I had bro- of sprinters plus distance fastest in town, and her ken that (400) record until runner Jeff See. a fresh100-meter dash time of someone told me," Powell man sensation who owns 11.90 is tied for fastest. said. "I guess I was maybe the area's top times in "It's a lot of training, a a year old when the old both the ROO run (1:56.0) lot of repetition," Mullins- record was set. My goal is and 1,600 run (4:16.15) Hall said. "The hurdles to get it down to 46-some- this season. record is not a big deal to thing (seconds)." La Salle is led by disme right now. I just want Darren Braddix, Roger tance ace Allen Bader, the to get my time down, Bacon coach. said Powell two-time Division I state maybe to about 13.7." didn't run in 2001 while cross country champion At Roger Bacon, Powell trying to improve his aca- who has the area's top also has set records in demic standing. time in the 3,200 run multiple events. The sen"He's the best sprinter (9:05.33) and is second in ior also has the city's to;J Roger Bacon has ever had, the 1,600 (4:18.42). time this year in the 200- and he's got to be one of With di:,trict, regional 1979

long jump: 25-5, Todd Bell, Middletown, 1976

and state meets coming in the next few weeks, several more Cincinnati records could also be threatened. Generally, most athletes tend to peak during postseason. "You hate to make predictions, but based on the talent around here you could see one of the better showings Cincinnati has had at the state meet," Kauffman said. Among records threatened is the boys pole vault with co-holder Brent Walter of Moeller trying to match his mark of 15-7 set last year. He could be challenged by John Russell of Princeton, who has gone 15-h this season. Among girls, Shanna Dickenson of Aiken is pushing the city discus record. Dickenson has thrown 147-2, with the record 151-4 by Dawn DeHart of Loveland in 1983. email: tgroesch en@en qui rer.com.


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KEE - Todd uy with the gamer the Reds, rated orne-from-behind, victory over the ewers No. 1. e best victory of us," Walker decidto pull it out was ible. We've been oil so far." be inclined to say: odd, it was the t you have to conthe Reds won this

re down to three Ben Sheets when who had hit only home run this ut to right-center wers would have tion if not for an 2 putout of Raul he fifth inning. he game right said. "Because I e get two runs off y was the Reds' The Associated Press/DARREN HAUCr< t over the Brewpleted their first Cincinnati third baseman Aa,ron Boone (right) makes a lunging grab on a ball hit by Milwaukee's Richie Sexson as eep since 1999. It teammate Barry Larkin (left) backs up the play during the first inning Thursday. Boone threw out Sexson at f11rst. enth straight win ee in the season eds are 10 games The Reds 25-15 start is their best after 40 games since 1995: -15) for the first Year After 40g Pet. Final reco;'d Rnish end of the 1999 Today: Reds at CardinaJs 2002 8:10p.m. ~ head next to Wh~n: 2001 ....... ~ ........... 17-23 ..... .-...................... ,425 ..............66-96. 5th at Busch Stadium, · Colorado 10, Florida 3 four-game series StLouis Atlanta 5, San Francisco 4 2000 ....................23-17 ............................... 575 ................ 85-!7 ................ 2na • • against the Na- Pitching: Reds' Houston 3, Pittsburgh 1 1999 .......c.. - ....... .21-19 ..... ,.:.....................525 ................96-67 , .. , ...2nd Philadelphi1a at Arizona, n Central favorites, Elmer Dessens (21998 ................... 20-20 ............................. 500 ................ 77-85 .................. 4th N.Y. Mets c.t San Diego, n moved into second 3, 2.57 ERA) vs. Darryl Kyle 1997 ...................... 12-28 .............................300 ................ 76-86 •••••...3rd (1-3, 5.47) Montreal at Los Angeles, n L Central. 1996 ...................... 16-24 .............................. .400 ................81-81 .................. 3rd eries there seems TV: None Radio: WLW-AM ( i'OO) 1995 ................... .26-14 :..... -.....................650 ................85·59 0. 0.'. 0.1st than the series in Series box: Alook at tlle Minnesota 14, Kansas City 5 he Reds who re- Reds-Cardinals series. CS Oakland 5, Boston 0 know a win is a Baltimore at Cleveland, ppd., rain N.Y. Yankees 13, Tampa Bay 0 Seattle 15, Toronto 2 missed the play- Reds notebook: Righthander Cllrs Anaheim at Detroit, ppd., rain arne," Scott Wil- · Reitsma is on a roll. He threw seven Chicago White Sox 4, Texas 0 "If we had won innings of four-hit ball Thursday. CS BASEBALL, C4 e (in Milwaukee), Br~wers had only two hits and e made the play- no threats unci! the fifth. For- He made a strong throw to arne is a big one." mer Red Alex Ochoa led off the Larkin. was certainly one "Lark made a great relay," fifbh with a double. He advallCed Reds manager Bob Boone said. Brewers' ace-in- to third on Jose Hernar:dez's "He barely touched the ball." on from the start. groundout. The Reds then Casanova already was around only two hits and walked Casanova to get to third when Larkin got the ball. y two runners to Sheets. Corky Miller, meanwhile, was Reitsma hu:1g <. breaking b3.ll standing in front of home plate nst him through The Associated PressjDARREN HAUCK to Sheets, who lofted it into left as though he were waiting for a Milwau,kee's Raul Casa•ova (left) is tagged out at home ter Chris Reitsma field. It went to the wan. but plate by Reds catche- Corky Miller in the fifth inning. See REDS, Page C5 heets well. The Adam Dunn quicldy retrie.-.:d it.

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em California, I've been shipping up the night before and rve been winning 75-80 percent of the races. I figJre I'll keep doing the same thing lt'3 no big deal." Horse and trainer reunite Saturday morrcing at the stakes barn, hours before the second leg of the Triple Crown. Medagha d'Oro, with a new rider in Jerry Bruley, will attempt to rebou:"c from a fourth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby and deny War Emblem a chance to win the Trip~ Crown in the Belmont Stakes on june 8. "He is the main dangcr in this," said War Emblem's tr<lirer, Bob Baffert, referring to Medaglia d'Oro. "He's a young horse, leammg how to run. That's why- he's dangerous."

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Frarkel hopes so. "He's a pretty good horse, he's got some talent," Frankel said. "Hopefully, things will go right and he won't have any excuses and you'll see the real Medaglia d'Oro show up." Pimlico oddsmaker Frank Ca-

rulh de Medaglia d'Oro the 5-2 morr, line favorite. War Emblem, ) went wire to wire in the Derby, . <he second choice at 3-1 in a field of 13 3-year-olds going 1 3/16 miles. Medaglia d'Oro was second by a head behind Buddha in the Wood Memorial and had an excuse in the Derby- he bobbled out of the gate and was bumped early and late by Essence of Dubai yet was the only runner passing :1orses. "He still got beat 8 lengths, but everybody saw what I saw and I guess they liked the way he changed positions where nobody else did," Frankel said. "They figured maybe there will be a hotter pace ... "

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Boys track and field

Middies set up well for state Six individuals and two relays qualify By John Schutte Enquirer Contributor

DAYTON- Middletown's boys track team fell just short of capturing its second straight regional title, falling to Huber Heights Wayne 82-76 on Saturday. La Salle finished third with 53 · points, followed by Dayton Northmont and St. Xavier. ''I'm very pleased with our performance today. All but one of our expected qualifiers advanced to state," Middletown coach Floyd Horton said. "I told the kids that next week is a different meet. Just because they beat us today doesn't mean they will next week." Middletown trailed by four points entering the final event the 1,600 relay - but its team of Dennis Gates, Jarrod Weeks, Nasir Ahmad and Darrell Hunter finished second to Wayne. Hunter, a senior, qualified for state in four events- the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, 400 relay and 1.600 relay. Marc Johnson and Hunter finished 1-2 in the

100 and teamed with Tyran Thompson and Ahmad to easily win the 400 relay in 41.29 seconds. Middletown is the defending state champion and record-holder in the event. "We set the record last year, and one of our main goals is to break that record this year," Ahmad said. "We are shooting for the national record of 40.55." Middletown qualified six runners and two relay teams for the state meet, putting the Middies in contention for the state title. "We need to go to state and have each kid worry about his individual events," Horton said. "That is the only thing they control." DOUBLE WINNER: La Salle's Allen Bader, the twotime defending state champion in cross-country, won the 1,600 and 3,200. Bader started his day with a victory over Middletown's Jeff See in the 1,600. Bader lost to See in the Roosevelt Invitational, but a new strategy paid off. "I wanted to sit back and see what kind of kick he had at the end," Bader said. "He started his kick with around 250 meters remaining, which was probably a

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Mter See took the lead, Bader hUng back untJ'J t he top 0 f the Stretch ' Bader Passed See Wl'th around 50 meters left and pulled away. Bader employed a similar strategy to win the 3,200. Bader and two other runners traded off leading the race, but Bader · h fin 1 200 Pull e d away m t e a meters. 400: Roger Bacon's Cedric Powell won the 400, despite a slow start and one of his worst . hi tunes t s season. "I was in second-last around the 200 mark. I picked it up and Went all OUt t he rest 0 f the way," Powell said. PERSONAL BEST: Ross' • • Jake Richards turned m a per. f 1· 55 39 t I b t sona - es t 1me 0 • · 0 win the 800. Richards finished . D' . . II I fifth at State In !VISIOn ast season. Tea111 scerlng-1. Wayne 82; 2. Middletown 71; 3. LaSaUe 53; 4. Northmont and SL Xavier 30; 8. Meet· ler 28; 7. Princeton 27; 8. Trotwood-Madison 26; 9. Meadowdale 23; 10. Elder and Syca-e 21; 12. Aldersoa 19; 13. Oak Hills 11; 14. GreenviUe 15: 15. Vandalia Butler 14; 16. Springfield South, CenlerviUe, Roger lacoa 13; 19. Sprlngbore, Piqua, Kettering Fairmont 10; 23. Northwest 7; 24. Milford, Beavercreek, Colerain, Fairfield 8; 28. Labaaoa, Western Hills, WUmington 5; 31. Laketa West 4; 32. West Carrol~on 3; 33. Harrlsoa 3; 34. Miamisburg, Lakota EaiL Carroll and Springfield North I. FINALS (Top fear nnluers

advance to ltete meet) 100-1. Marc Johnsen (Middletown) 10.77; 2. Darr.. Hunter (Middletewn) 10.84; 3. Jason craig (Wayne) 11.02; 4. Darla Barnett (Prlncetoa) 11.08. 200-1. Jason Craig (Wayne) 22.26; 2. Tyrao Thompson (Middletewn) 22.35; 3. Darrell Hllllter (Middletewn) 22.31; 4. Darin Barnett (PriiiCeton) 22.44. 400-1. Cedric Powell (Reger lacen) 47.90; 2. John D'Arcy (Northmont) 48.44; 3. Zachary Logan (Tro!wood-Madison) 48.44; 4. Dennis Gates (Middletown) 48

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Jake Richards (Ross) 1:55.31; 2. Nick Smith (Wayne) 1:55.48; 3. Brad Neuman• (SycaiDOre) • 1:55.81; 4. Sam Sharp (Moeller) 1:58.01. 1,600-1. Aile• Bader (LaSane) 4:11.30; 2. Jeff Sae (Middletewn) 4:17.43; 3. Jasoo lack (LaSalle). 4:21.35; 4. Kyle Kowalul (St.XaYier) 4:23.24. 3,200-1. AUe• Bader (LaSalle) 1:28.10; 2. Brent DesRoches (Northmont) 9:29.33; 3. Jeho Dixon (Fair· field) 9:34.38; 4. Tom Gallalher (Sycamere)

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Jason Hodges (Wayne) 14.11; 2. Andre English (Meadowdaie) 14.52; 3. Jerr Schroeder (Oak Hills) 14.78; 4. Jonathan Glass (Springfield South) 14.82. 300IH~l. Jason Hodges (Wayne) 37.54; 2. Jonathan Glass (Spnngfield South) 38.32; 3. Mike lode (MIIferd) 38.38; 4. Kory Pearson (Beavercreek) 38.51. 400 relay-1. Mlddletewn (Tyran Thempsoa, Nasir Ahmad, Marc Jaoson, DarreD Hunter) 41.21; 2. :.~42.04;3.Trotwood·Madison43.19;4.Anderseo

. 1,600relay-t.waynecJasonHodges,Mattcleveiand, M1ke Freeman. Jason Cra1g) 3:1 B.24; 2. Middletown 3:18.28; 3. Anderson 3:22.93; 4. Northmont 3:23.04. 3,200 relay-1. LaSalle (Daniel Mink, Eric May· haas, WIHiam Keckels, Allen Iader) 7:18.10; 2. Northmont 7:59.42:3. Sycamere 8:00.70; 4. centerville 8:03.24. Discus-!. Quinn Pitcock (Piqua) 156·6; 2. Gregory Brown (CenterviUe) 155..0; 3. Chris Wohlgamuth (Green· ville) 153-7; 4. Bel McGrath (Mealier) 141-8. Shot put-1. John CepUnger (Wayne) 58·3'h; 2. Sean Pugh (Wayne) 58-3; 3. Kyle Ralph (SL Xavier) 57-2'12; 4. Kraig SheHon (Vandalia Butler) 54·5. Long jump-1. Nick Ackerman (Elder) 22·7'.4; 2. Scett Hudepohl (LaSalle) 22·4; 3. Tyrao no..,son (Middletown) 22·1'12; 4. Marques Jones (Wdmlngton) 21·9:Y•. High jump-!. Jamaal Ware (Trotwood-Madison) 6-4; 2. Rell Wiant (Oak Hills) 8·2; 3. Sam Stefel (NOrth· west) 8-2; 4. Nick Ackerman (Elder) 1.0. Pole vault-1. John Russoll (Prlnceten) 15-1 (r8· glonal record); 2. Brent Walter (MoeHer) 15-D; 3. Jebn Porter {Anderson)14-S; 4. Chad Warvel {Greenville) 14·6.

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Girls track and field

Turpin, still running strong, wins regional By John Schutte Enquirer Contributor

DAYTON - Everything went right for the Turpin girls track team Saturday afternoon at Welcome Stadium. The Spartans easily won the Division I Southwest regional with 83 points. The regional track title is the first in school history and comes on the heels of Turpin's state cross country championship in the fall. "I think these girls carried some confidence over from cross country," Turpin coach Dan Dever said. "That has made a huge difference." Winton Woods finished second with 38 points, followed by Loveland and Dayton Colonel White with 36. Carolyn Rauen was one of many standout performers for Turpin, winning the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs. Teammate Corey Randall qualified for state in both events with finishes of second and third. "This is an exciting day and a great step for our program," Rauen said. "My only goal was to qualify in both events." Rauen pulled out both victories by out-kicking her competition on the final lap. Rauen finished the 1,600 in 5:02.39 and covered the

3,200 in 11:08.19. Senior Christine Hendricks was a surprise winner in the 300 low hurdles and finished third in the 100 hurdles. Hendricks qualified for state last year in the 100 hurdles. . "Although I didn't run my best time today, I felt like I ran my best race," Hendricks said. Coach Dan Dever expects Turpin to be one of three teams to compete for a state team championship. "Beaumont and Cleveland Heights are both very tough programs. We finished third in the Roosevelt Invitational. We'll need a little luck," Dever said. REGIONAL RECORD: Aiken sophomore Shanna Dickenson set a regional record in the discus with a throw of 141 feet, 3 inches. She eclipsed the mark of 140-10 set by Christy Herman of West Carrollton in 1999. "I was tripping on my earlier throws. I took a deep breath and regrouped," Dickenson said. RELAY WINNERS: The Winton Woods 800 relay team of Micole Bradw'ell, Ashley Ogletree, Jammie Jackson and Kathy Dees captured the championship in a school-record 1:42.48. "Our goal is to run 1:40 at

state," Dees said. Winton Woods' 400 relay team of Dai'Tiara Brown, Dees, Ogletree and Bradwell also qualified for state with a third-place finish. "We're not pleased with the result. We had some bad handoffs," Bradwell said. "Next weekend we'll show what we're capable of." Jackson also won the 400 and is a school record-holder in the 200, 400, 400 relay and 800 relay. POLE VAULT: Colerain junior Tara Meier went from clearing 6 feet early in her first season as a vaulter to being a state qualifier after a secondplace finish. Meier eclipsed her personal record by 1 foot with a 10-foot vault. Tea111 Scorlng-1. Turpin 83; 2. -toa Woeds 38; 3. Loveland, Colonel WhUe 36; 5. Meadowdale, Beavercreek 34; 7. Mlddletowo 30; 8. Celerala 27; 9. Wayne 25; 10. Centerville 24; 11. VandaUa·Butler 23: 12. Oak HIHs 21; 13. Walnut HAll, Lakota East 11; 15. Prlncetoa 18; 18. llasoo 11; 17. WUmlngton 14: 18. carroll. Fairfield 12; 20. Alderson 11; 21. Aiken, lilaCs, Trotwood-Madison 19; 25. Springfield South 9; 26. Greenville, Belmont 8; 28. Fairborn 7; 29. Ursuline, ML Notre Dalll8, Chamlnade-Julienne 6; 32. Harrison, Northmont 5; 34. Piqua 3; 35. Lakota West, Stebbins 3; 37. lleo Este, St. Ursula, Amelia, Meuut HeaHhy, Kettering Fairmont, Sycamore, Sato•, McNicholas 2; 45. Mlamsburg, Troy 1. (Top four finishers advance to stata) 100M-!. nara Armstrong (Meadowdale) 12.36; 2. nffany YOIMlg (Col. WMe) 12.46; 3. Chrlstlaa Grove (Middletowo) 12.57; 4. Amanda Mellas-HaD (Walnut Hills) 12.51 20CW-1. Christina lrove (Middletown) 25.50; 2. Tiffany Young (Col. White) 25.52; 3. Tiara Young (Mea· dowdale) 25. 79; 4. OanleUe Traytor {Wayne) 25.86

400M-1. Jam111le Jacksen (Wioteo Woeds) 57.30; 2. Alloley Warnderf (Oak Hills) 57.73; 2. Dom· lnique Davis (Centerville) 57 .82; 4. Rachel Anderson (Beavercreek) 58.78 IOOM-1. Corrie Wblsner (Laketa East) 2:13.17; 2. Melanie Price (Turpin) 2:18.85; 3. Jamie Pentaudl (Vandalia-BuUer) 2:17.33; 4. Jessica DaYIIo (Ursuline) 2:18.44 1,SOOM-1. carolyn Rauen (Turpin) 5:02.31; 2. Cerey Randall (Tarpht) 5:02.84; 3. Carol Eckerly (Beavercreek) 5:02. 99; 4. Kelly Siefker (Vandalia-Butler) 5:03.51 3,200M-1. Carelyn Rauen (Turpin) 11:08.11; 2. Katie Aautie (Carroll) 11:18.63; 3. Cerey Randall (Tur· pin) 11:22.08; 4. Jenny Homan (Aoderson) 11:28.45 100M hurdles-!. Ashley McCullough (Col. Whtte) 15.13; 2. LeAna Sistrunk (Mason) 15.25; 3. Chrlstloe Hendricks (Turpin) 15.71; 4.Amanda M..llnsHall (Walnut HUis) 15.72 300M hurdles-1. Christine Hendricks (Turpin) 44.98; 2. Katie Priaulx (Beavercreek) 45.30; 3. Myra Bess (Middletewn) 45.83; 4. Monica Payne (Laketa East) 48.08 400M relay-l.Meadowdale (Misty Mathews, Icy McDuffy. Lajuan Jones, Tiara Armstrong) 48.57; 2. Wayne 49.07: 3. Winton Weods 49.21; 4. Prlnceten 41.27 BOOM relay-1. Wlnten Weeds (Katberlne Dees, Ashley Ogletroe, Jammle Jackson, Mlcole Bradwell) 1:42.48; 2. Meadowdale 1:43.54; 3. Wayne 1:43.40; 4. Beavercreek 1:43.42 1,IOOM relay-!. Beavercreek (Katie Priaulx, Rachel Anderson. Saml Bayan,Paris Mandy) 3:55.40; 2. Love· land 3:55.42; 3. Centerville 3:58.43; 4. Masoo 4:01.02 3,200M ratay-1. Turpla (Heatber Clarh, Corey Randall, Melanie Price, Carolyn Rauen) 8:17.55 (regional recerd); 2. Vandalia-Butler 9:23.03; 3.Centerville 9:35.63; 4. Colerain 9:38.40 Dlscus-1. Shaona Dickenson (Aiken) 141·3 (reCiooal recerd); 2. Eboni Melson (Belmont) 131·5; 3. Kasl Foster (Loveland) 127·5; 4. Dezirae Jones (Greenville) 117·10 Shet Put-1. Salathlel Wise (Trotwood-Madison) 42· 7; 2. Kasl Foster (Loveland) 40 1/a; 3. Shannen Festar (Loveland) 37·9'1a; 4. Robia Joecken (Cele· rain) 38-10'12 LOIIC Jump-!. Ashley McCullough (Col. Wh~e) 182Y•; 2. Ta111ara Fennell (Walnut Hills) 17·8'!.; 3. Mer· gao Martin (Kings) 17·5'4; 4. Markisha Thomas (Springfield South) 17-4 High Jump-!. AMe Morrow (Springfield North) 5-6: 2. Alllhla Biever {Wiaten Weods) 5·4; 3. nffany Groce (Chaminade-Julienne) 5-4; 4. Louise Stepp (Fair· nekl) s-2 Pele VauU-1. Ashley Johnson (Wilmington) 10..0; 2. Tara Meier (Coleralo) 10.0; 3. Karina Murray (Ander· son) U; 4. Katie Stebbins(Northmont) 9·0


TODAY BASEBALL District Tournament DivisiOn If Tippecanoe vs. McNICholas, 1 p.m. Badln vs." Bellefontaine, 4 p,m; Division Ill Summit CD vs, W. Liberty Salem, II a.m. : · Oakwood vs. _v;~~iL~ p.m.

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(B'creek)7-6; 3. Elizabeth Gilmore (Leb) 7-6; 4- Gena Cox (Frank) 7-6; District Meet :Team standings: 1. COlerain 121, 2. Oak Hills 92\1, 3. Lakota East 73, 4. Fairfield 69, 5•. Winton Woods 62, 6. St. Ursula 62, 7. Seton 43, 8. Harrison 33, 9. Lakota Wesl!8,.!0. Mercy 17, 1!. Hamilton 16, 11. McAuley !6, 13, Aiken 10, 13 . Mount Healthy 10, 15. Western Hlfls 4, 16. Talawanda 3¥.1, 17. Northwest 3, '8. Taft

District Tournament Division 1 Falrlle!d vs.'Springtleld.Soulh, 10 a.m. Colerain vs. Vandalia iBuUer, noon ~entervllle vs: Sycamore, 2 p.m. . -· DIVISIOn II Graham vs. Turpin, 10 a.m. ·Northwestern ys. Springboro, nOon . Ross vs. Bellbrook, 2:_p.rr'l. DMsloniV Covington vs. Mldd. Fenwick, 10 a.m. TRACK AND FIELD District Meet :

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TODAY Regional Tournament Championship: St. Xavier (19-7) vs. Roger Bacon (21-7), 6:30 p.m.

Results BASEBALL Division 1 St. Xavier 8, Beavercreek 4 Beavercreek .,1DO I 002 1-4 5 2 St. lCavler .,.,.,,013. 022 x-B 9 0 WP-Ryan ,(6 K's, 7-1). S-O'Don. nell. LP-Masterson. Hitting leaders:. 8McCasl! 2~3, 28, -2 runs; Draoer 2RBI. SX-WIIIIngham 2·3; Meyer 28; Krolh 2B; Lankford 3B, 3RBI; Qulrln 3B; Kuhlman 2 runs. Records: SX 18~10. Anderson 10, Dayton carroll 7 Anderson .... 004 100 5-10 11 3 Carroll ......... 3D1 . ODD 3- 7 9 4 WP-Lewls (8 K's: 6·2), LP-Koehler. Hlttlng leaders: A-Relds 2-5, HR, 2RBI, 3 runs; Terry 3·4, 2 runs; Bemflartlt 2·3; Bolan 3B, 2RBI. C-WIIson 2-3; Bolderham 2B; Coleman 28; Day 2-3, as: Butler 2-4, Records: A 21-5, C 25-4. Division 1 · -· Milford 8, Huber Heights Wayne 2

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(CW) 17-5; 2. Rachel Anderson (B'creek)16-5; 3. Carolyn Fredertck (Leb) 16-3; 4. Anna Osbome (Edg) 16-2, .Discus-!. Christlan Stewart (Wllm) 126'JO; 2. Ebonl Melson (Bel) 124-6; 3.Brlttany Sherrltt (M'burg) 107-10; 4, Deanna Rippy (Leb) 105-8, Shot Put-!. Michelle Barkley (C-J) . 37-2; 2. April Horning (Fmt) 36-tv.; 3,1\Shley Howard (Wllm) 34-1 o: 4. Ebonl Melson (Bel) 33-7\IJ. . . · !'ole vault-,!. Ashley JoMson

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District Tournament Division 1. HamiUon 1, Lakota East 0 Lakota East ,.,;ooD ooo o-o 4 3 Hamilton ....... ; 10D ,ODO o-1 7 1 WP-Halcomb. LP~Kellh (6 K's). Hit· tlng leaders: H-Janes 2·3; Ounaw~y 2·3, 2B. DlvJslim 1 LDba·non 9,- Northmcnt ·o Lebanon ....... 10.a 1~0 4-9 10 .1 Norlhmont .... 000 000 0-0 2 2 WP-lander {10 K's). LP-Marshall. Hitting leaders: l-Levan 2~2, 38, 3 runs; Ball 2·3; Tufts 2·4, 2B, 3RBI; Meyer 2RBI. TRACK AND FIELD GIRLS District Moot

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32DD: I. Maas (Colerain) 11:33.0, 2. Ruberg (Oal< Hills) 11:40.8, 3. Beritng (Seton); 11:45.0, 4. Bange (St. Ursula) 11:57.5. 40D Relay: I, Oak HIUs 4:0S.a4, 2. Lakota £ast 4:10.78, 3, McAuley 4:10.78, 4. Fairfield 4:11.80. . ' BOYS District Meet Division I Top four q~~alfy to reglonals 1DD: !. Bamett (Princeton) 10:60; 2. lmpelli;Zzet'l (Anderson) 11.10; 3. Crowe (Milford) 11.10; 4, Jeffries (Withrow) 11.!0, 20D: I. Bamett (Princeton) 22.0: 2. Poweu (Roger Bacon) 22.70; 3. Wlilkerson (Ander",Son) 22.70; 4, Mullenax (Anderson) 22.90: 4DD: 1. Powell (Roger 6acon) 47.70; 2. lmpelllzzerl (Anderson) 49,70: 3. Thompson {Princeton} 50.90; 4. Corglat (St. Xavier) 50.90, 800: 1. Neumann (Sycamore) 1:56.90: 2. Sharp (Moeller) !:58.70; 3. Mosher (St. XaVIer) 1:59.0; 4. King (Sl Xavier) 1:59.20. 16DO: I. Schweri (Moeller) 4:23.60; 2. Kowalski (St. Xavier) 4:25.40: 3, Garvin (Kings) 4:27.0; 4, Vanorsdel (Moeller) 4:29,20, a200: 1. Schwarz (Moeller) 9:36.20; 2. Gallagher (Sycamore) 9:46.0: 3. W!et.; marschen (S~.JCavler) 9:46.10; 4. Balmat (St. Xavier) 9:47.30, 110 Hurdles: !. Woods (Pilnceton) 14.SO; 2. Moreland (Anderson) 15.0; 3. Johnson {Loverand) 15.10; 4. Reisen (Moeller) 15.10, 300 Hurdles: !. Bode (Milford) 37,80:. 2. Spurtock (Princeton) 38.40: 3. Vlnson:(MIIford) 39.70; 4, Mitchell (St. Xavier) 39.90. , 400 Relay: I. Princeton 43,30; 2. Anderson 43.50; 3. St. Xavier 43 ..70; .4. Milford 44.0. '160D Relay: I. Andarnon 3:23,60: 2. Sf. :·xavier 3:24.80; 3. Roger Bacbn 3:26.50; 4, Princeton 3:26.90. 3200 Relay: I, Sycamore 8:03.70; 2. 51. Xavier 8:08.90; 3. Moeller 8:19.20; 4. Anderson 8:24.30. Pale VauH: 1. Russell (Princeton) 14·0;'· 2. Walter (Moeller) .13-6; 3. Porter (Anderson) 13-0; 4, Hlovchlec ·(Mo~ler) 13-0.i Long Jump: !. Moreland (Anderson) 21'4;' 2. Bailey (Princeton) 20-11; 3, Key (Sycaniore) 20-lOl/2; ·4: Nlestradt (Ander~

Division 1 Top four qualify to reglonals son} 20·3. .. . 100: I. Mullins-Hall (Walnut Hills) Shot Put: I. Ralph (St. Xavier) 5212.0:2. Hannon (Turpin) 12.3; 3. Fennell 8'h; 2: McGrath (Moeller) 5!-IOV•: 3. "'iWalnufAIIIs}<I'2~'3F4:V6tapek (Batavia) · ·Kretzer>(Mason) 49•10; 4, Blackburn· 12.30. - · _ • (McMcholas) 49-D. 200: 1. Hannon (Turpin) 25.2:'2: Discus: I. McGiaffi'(Moellei) fS0-4:. Mulllns-Ha.II(W.Inut Hll~) 25.70; 3. Davis 2, Harper (Moeller) 147-B; 3. Brown (Glen (Loveland) 26.0; 4, Fenn.ell (Walnut Hills) Este)' 139-7; 4, Womack (St. Xavier) 26.20, -,. ' . -: ' ,. :136-4.. . 400: 1~ GIII.(Lcvetand) ss.ri: 2. Dayton DJvlsloiiJ Shields (BataVIa) 59,70; 3. Osborn (MI. T~am Standings: L Middletown Notre Dame) 1:00.0; 4. Martin (Kings) (Mid)• 155; 2•. Centerville (Cen) 741':.; 1:00.2. ' 3.Falrmont (Fmt) 52; 4. Springboro (Sboro) · BOO: 1. Davlin (UrsuUne) 2:18.60: 47; s, West Carioll!on (WCJ 4511; 6.Leb 2. Lammert (McNicholas) 2:19.50; 3. (Leb) and Beavercre~< (B'creck) 45; 8, Price (Turpin) 2:19.50; 4. Clark (TUrpin) Meado'!dale (M'dale) 38; 9.Carroll (Carr) 2:22.20. . :. . 37; 10: Miamisburg (M'burg) 35; II. Wii160D: 1. Rauen (Turpin) 5:09,10; mlngton (WIIm) 27; 1.2.Chamlnade-Jull· 2. Randall (Turpin) 5:08.10; a. Roflow enne.(C-J) 13;· ,13, Edgewood (Edg) 4; 14. (McNicholas) 5:10.70; ,4, Hickey (UrsuBelrnont (Bei);Colonel White (CW) and line) 5:21.10, Franklin (Frank) 2. · · 32DO: I, Randall (Turpin) 11:1a.8; Top lour qualify to raglonals 2, Rauen (TUrpin) 11:19.4; .3, RofloW 100-1. Marc Johnson (Mid) 10.7; 3, (McNicholas) 11:27,30; 4: Homen (AnDarrell Hunter (Mid) 10.8; 3. SteveBelllveau derson) 11:42.70, . , (Sboro):11.2; 4, Dennis Samu~s (M'dale) 100 Hurdles: 1. Mullins-Han (Wa1-

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nut Hllis) 14.10; 2. Sistrunk (Mason) 200-1: Dennis Ga!es(Mid) 2i.84; 2. 14.40; 3. Hendricks (Turpin) '14.50; 4. TYran Tnompson (Mid) 21.90; 3. SteveBeiMIIIer (Prlnceton)_15.4. · Hveau :(Sboro) 22.35: 4. Dennis Samuels 300 Hurdles: I. Mullins-Hall (Wal(M'dalej 22.63. · nut Hills) 44,80; 2. Hendricks (Turpin) 4DD-1. Dennis Gates (M~) 49.51; 2, . 45.0; 3, Murrey (Anderson) 46.8; 4, Tepe Nasir Ahmad (Mid) 50,75; 3, PatO'Bryan (Milord) 47.0, •· . ·(Carr) 51.39: 4; Zach Slewart (Leb) 51.61. 400 Relay: !. Princeton 49.70; 2. B.00-1. Jeff See (Mid) 1:57.07: 2. Loveland 50,60; 3. Turpin 50.70; 4. sycMlcha~ Veatch (Mid) 1:57.81; a. GregAamore 51.10. dams (Sboro) 1:57.99; -4..Stephen Powell BOD Ratay: I. Loveland 1:45,70; (M'burin 2:01.74. 2. Mason 1:46.70; '3. Walnut Hills· 1,600-1. Jeff see (Mid) 4:24.64; 2, 1:47.30; 4. Anderson 1:4B.!O. Eric conueras (Cent) 4:aa.jj7; a.Jacob 1BDO Relay: I. Loveland 3:58.0; · Bradosky (Con) 4:34.14; 4. M.elcolm Tip. 2. Mason 4:01.0; 3. Prlncaton 4:02.9; 4. ton (Mid) 4:35.14. · Turpin 4:03.6. 3;200•1. Evan DeHart (Mid) 3200 Relay: I. Turpin 9:29.5; 2. ,55 .6!; 2_ Troy Lovely (Con) !0:05.93; 9 ~;~:~~; ~45,4; 3. Ursuline 9' 50 ·5! 4• 3.Matt DaniS (Corr) 10:09.37; 4. Eric ConHigh J 1 s ~S treras (Cen) 10:12.84. ump: · weeney yea~ 110 Hurdles-1. Andre English more) 5·0; 2. Murray (Srcamore) -0; 3. (M'dale)· 14.27·,. 2. John RoB (Fmt)l5, 16·, Deeds (Anderson) 4- 0; 4. Stallings (Princeton) 4·10, 3, Jorden Langston (Lob) 15.29: 4- Quincy Pole Vault: !. Sanders (Mt, Notre Edwar<ls (Mid) 15.38, Dame) 9-0; 2. Murray (Anderson) B-6; a, 3DD Hurdles-!, Andre English Terllll (Sycamu) 8-6; 4, Chambers (M'dale) 3B.BO; 2, Kory Person(B'creek) (Loveland) 8-0. 38.88; :3. Jered Glover (Mid) 4D.43; 4. Long lump: 1. Fennell (Walnut Chris Schaffer (Sboro)40.5!. Hills) 17-)1\1; 2. Ma~ln (Kings) 17-2V.; 40o Ralay-1. Middletown 4!.55; 2. 3. Cook (Princeton) 16-7; 4. Riley (Glen Meedowdale 44.18; 3. Springboro 44.28: Es!e) 16'3\1. 4.WIIrl]lngton 44.30, Shot Put: 1. Aster (loveland) 1;600-1. .Middletown 3:21.14; 2; 39'7: 2. Petarson (Prince!on) 39-5; 3. Beavercreek 3:27.46; 3, Miamisburg Foster (Loveland) 37-5V.; 4, Plenlng 3:27.96; 4.CentervHie 3:28.15. (WalnuiHIIIS) 35-4, 3,200-1. Middletown 8:16.17; 2, Discus: 1. Foste_r {loveland) Centerville 8:19. 83; 3.. Beavercreek·· 117-7; 2, Foster (Loveland) 112·9; 3, 8:22,59; 4,Carroll 8:24.63.. Dnuotwdy !P rl n c~ to,n) 101·9; 4. Wood (WalHigh Jump-!. Jordan Biggs (WC) Hll, 6·0: 2,' Jordan Langston (Leb) 6-0; 3, Dayton Division I Chrls\Vrlght (Mkl) 5·10; 4. Chris Sprowl Team Staildlngs: 1. Beavercreek (WCJ 5-10. (B'creek) !lal':.; 2. Centerville (cen) 95; Long Jump-!, Tyran Thompson 3.Colonel White ICWJ 67; 4, Wilmington (Mid) 21c to; 2. Jor<lan Biggs (WC) 21-3\1; (WIIm) 49; 5, Middletown (Mid) 48; 3.Marques Jones (WIIm) 21-2; 4. Jason B. Carron (Carr) 46; 7. Meadowdale Francis (Sboro) 20~10'h. (M'dale).43; 8. Lebanon (Leb) 42; Olscus•l. Rober! Klenk (Fmt) 9.Sprlngboro (Siloro) 39; 10. Fairmont 149-4; 2. Brandon Waugh (WIIm) 142-5; (Fmt) 351':.; II. Miamisburg (M'burg) 3.Ronald Rcblnson (Cen) !42-D; 4.. Greg 29;12. Chamlnade-Jullenne (C·J) 27' !3. Brown (Con) 140-3, . Belmont. (Bel) 16; !4, Edgewood Shot Put-!. Robert Klenk (Fmt) (Edg)l!ll; 15, Franklin s: 16. West Car51-10; 2. Aklx Grolhjan (Sboro) 51·3--: rollton (WC) 3, 3.JeH Jacobs (leb) 51-1; 4, Greg Brown Top four qualify to reglonals (COn) 49-5, · · 100-1. Christina Grove (Mid) Pole Vault-1._ Doug Day (B'creek) 12.29; 2, Tiffany Young (CW) 12.39; 3, 13-6; 2! Ty~r Martin (Cen) 13-0; 3. DanTiaraAnnstrong (M'dale) 12.40; 4, ·Paris ·White (WC) 13-0; 4, Dave Martin (Leb) Mandy (B'creek) 12.83. · 12-6, 1 200•1. Tiara Annstrong (M'daie) . ; ·Division I Team Standing,., 1: La Salle 145, 25,!0; 2. Tiffany Young (CW) 25.35; 3.ChrlsUna Grove (Mid) •25.92; 4, Paris 2. Bder ;104, 3. Westem Hills 64, 4. ColeMandy (B'creel<) 25.96. · rain 57'<1; 5. Oak Hills 45, 6, Falrll~d 44, 400-1. Dominique .oavls {Cen) 7. HarriSon 33112, B. Lakota West 29, 9. 60.24; 2. Rachel Anderson (B'cre~k) Ross 18~ 10. Wl~on Woods 16, 10. Taft 61.43;3; Sam! Sayan (B'creek) 61.83; 4. 16, 12. Lakota East 15, 13..MO!Jnt Healthy Jasslca Williams (M'burg) 6!.90. 12, !4, Northwest 10, !5, Hamilton 5, 16•. . BOO·!. Becky Bryan (Cen) 2:23. . Aiken 4,. 17. Talawanda I, · 54; 2. Carol Eckeriy {B~creek) 2:25.62; .l Top four qualify to reglonals a.Ertn Sack (Lob) 2:26.7a; 4, Liz DeVIto UO Hurdles: !, Schroeder (Oak (Cen) 2:27.01. . , · Hills) 14.45; 2. Hudepohl (La Salle) 15.30; 1,800-1. carol Eckerty {B'creek) 3. Taylot. {Western ~llis) 15.46; 4. Jacl(son 5:13.36; 2, Tara BonlstaH (Cen)5:23.32; (Western Hills) 15.29. 3, Trtcla Stege (Sboro) 5:24.14; 4. Laura 100: 1. Johnson (Colerain) !0.92; 2. Neufarth (Cen) 5:25.15. Gault (Western Hills) 11.03; 3. Turner 3,200-1. Katie ~lautle {Carr.) (Winton .Woods) 11.11; 4. Carson (West~ 11:!5.63; 2. Trlcla Stege (Sbor- ' em Hills) 11:12. o)l1:35.95; 3, Melissa Meyers (B'creek) 1600: 1. Bader (La Salle) 4:24.21; 12:00,7; 4. Krlstle Estson 2. Staudigei(Eider) 4:25.06;.3. Beck (La 1Cen)l2:01.53. Salle) 4:25.41; 4, Kinne (Colerain) 100 Hurdles-1. A$t11ey McCullough 4:28.46.(CW) 15.1!; 2. Myra Bess (Mid) 15.52; 40D Relay: I. Lakota West 43,79; 3.Uz Coleman (M'burg) :16.13;· 4.- Hatle 2. Winton Woods 43.94; a. Westem Hills Priaulx (B'creek) 16.32.; , 44,02; 4. Elder 44.03, 3DO Hurdles-L;.~atle Prlaulx 400: 1. Wabb (Falrtleld) 51.28; 2, (B'creek) 45.07: 2. Myra Bess (Mid) Mink (La Salle) 5!.28; 3, Russell (Colerain) 45.65;3. Liz Coleman (M'burg) 46.57; 4: 51.83; 4. Pulskamp (Eider) 52.43. ChrlsUne Coleman (Con) '47.8. 300 Hurdles; L Schroeder (Oak 400 Relay-!.· Colonel White HIUs) 38.96; 2. Hudepohl (La Salle) 39.36: 49,29; 2. Meadowdale 49.48; 3. Carroll 3, Braun;(La SaHe) 40.81; 4, Taylor (Wast51.33: 4.4, Mlddteto~n 51.63, em Hills) 41.25. BOD Relay-!.' Meadowdale 800: 1. Rtchar<ls (Ross) 1:55.30; 2. 1:44.25; 2, Middletown 1:44.26; 3. Mayhaus: (La Salle) 1:58.00; 3. Staudlgel Beavercreek 1:45.01; 4.Centervr!le (Elder)· :1:58.48; 4. Webb (Fairfield) 1:46.21. ' 1:58,60. 1,600 Relay-L Beavercreel~: 200: J. Carson· (Western ~Ills} 4:01.23; 2, CenterviRe 4:01.64: 3. Car· 22.51; 2. Johnson (Taft) 22.59; 3, Brown roll4:10,71: 4.Falrmont4:!2.!0, · · (Elder) 23,03; 4, Brown (Mount Healthy)· 3,200 Ralay-1. centerville -9:52.8; · 23.08. . . · . 2. carroll 9,57.34;1 3. Fairmont 32DO: 1. Bader (La Salie) 9:26,31; · 10:00,83; 4.Beaverereek 10:15.50. 2, Dixon :!Fairfield) 9:33.39; 3. Dragan (La High Jump-!. Tiffany Groce (C·J) Salle) 9:33.60; 4. Swartz (Lakota West) 5-0; 2. Ertca Owen (~oro) 4·10; 3, 9:54.90 .. · . . . · AmyBecller (Fmt) 4·8: 4. Rachei.Amold 16DO Relay: I, Oak Hll~ 3:29.59; 2. (c-J) 4-B. Elder 3:29.84; 3, La Salle 3:29,87; 4. Long Jump-!. As~ley Mcc,;;'"gh Fairfield 3:3La7.

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HIGH SCHOOLS

Madeira bats silen By. To111 Groeschen Tke Cincinnati Enquirer

COLUMBUS '- Madeira had to bat against a Baltimore Orioles draftee. That's bad enough, but it's much worse when his teammates hit like young Cal Ripkens. The Mustangs lost 11-1 to top-ranked Heath in the Division ill state baseball semifinals Friday at Cooper Stadium. The game was halted after five innings by the 10run rule. . "We ran into a nial good pitcher, the pest we've seen this year," Madeira coach Jack Kuzniczci said. Kuzniczci, whose 1999 Madeira team won the Division III state title, said his research· showed 50 percent of state champions came from the Southwest-area regionals. Not this year. Heath, located just east of Columbus, plays Elyria Catholic in Sunday's Division ill finals. Heath was led by Barry Roe, a 6-foot senior right-hander drafted by the

Orioles in the 42nd round of this week's amateur draft Roe, who has •been clocked at 94 mph on the radar gun, struck out five Mustangs and allowed only three hits. ' He said he probably will play at John A. Logan Junior College in· southern · Illinois before trying a professional career. Heath grabbed an 8-0 1ead through two innings, ending any semblance of suspense. The Bulldogs hit nine doubles and one triple, scorched to all fields with the h\gh-decibel "ping" of aluminum bats. Steve Tudor, the Madeira center fielder, was busy tracking many of the long hits all day. Tudor went 2for-3 at the plate, . a rare bright spot as Madeira scored its only run on a wild pitch. "You've got to get off to a good start in these games," Tudor said. "Any little thing can get you momentum, and they jumped right on us." Of Roe, Tudor said· the Mustangs . got some good looks but didn't capitalize. "He was pretty good, but he

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wasn't overpowering," Tudor said. ·' . Roe managed to strike out Madeira first baseman Kyle Fields once, a. rare feat. Fields, who closed an outstanding career, had struck out only three tirnes this season. But it was Fields who helped get Madeira this far to begin with, with a teamhigh .541 batting average and a school~record 51 RBI tbis year. That was despite recovering from a severely broken leg, suffered in a vehicle crash outside Paul Brown Stadium before a Bengals game in November. Madeira had reached the tournament largely on its .377 team batting average. Its pitching staff has a high ERA of nearly 4.00. "We've been outscoring people all year, so once we The Cincinnati Enquirer/JEFF'SWINGER got .that far behind it was Brad Darter scored Madeira's only run on a wild pitch in the third inning, tagging . · tough," Kuzniczci said. Madeira players were the pla:e after Heath pitcher Barry Roe (right) dropped the ball. disappointed but not disHeath.........~....................... 350 21x-11 13 2 traught. Some state tour- composure. • Kuzniczci said. ..............................OOl OOx- 1 3 1 nament teams exit amid a "We were 12-121ast year, ' "After a game like this, Medelra WP·Roe (9·1). LP-Wagner (7-4). H'JohnS<>n sea of tears and hugs, but so we're going to go home you're never as bad as you 38, 2RBI; Wells 3 ·3, 2 2B; 2RBI; Roe 2B, 2RBI; Norris 3-3, 2 2S~ Kran!ng 2·3, 2 28. M·Tudor the Mustangs kept their and celebrate this season,"' look that day." 2-3. Records: H 2.~·2, M 23·7.

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DAYTON - From fourth in 2001 to state champion in 2002. That's the path followed by John Russell, a Princeton · senior who claimed the Division I state pole vault championship Friday at Welcome Stadium. , "The difference this year. is that I stayed calm," Rus-sell said. "After I cleared at · 15-6 and the others hadn't, I started thinking, 'Oh my gosh, I'm going to be state champion.' " · . Russell's performance was one of the few bright spots in the Division I field events, completed during the first day of the two-day meet. Moeller's Brent Walter took third in the pole vault. John Porter, an Anderson junior, was seventh. Russell's strategy was on target. He passed until the bar reached 14 feet, which he easily cleared. He passed again at 14-3 and cleared on the first attempt at 14-6. In what appeared to be a gamble, Russell again passed at 15-3, preferring to go 15-6. Russell missed for the first time at 15-6 before clearing it on the second try. Walter and Pickerington's Jake Kuhner both missed at 15-6, giving Russell the state championship. The bar was moved to 15-9, but Russell failed to clear in three attempts. "I've got 16 feet in me. I'll get it," Russell said. "I probably relaxed at 15-9 since I had the championship won." HIGH JUMP: One of the happiest athletes was Northwest senior Sam Stofel. He qualified to the state high jump competi. tion with a leap of 6-2, then went 6-5 Friday to claim sixth place. His personal best is 6-6. "My only goal was to get onto the. podium and receive a medal," Stofel said LONG JUMP: Wilmington sophomore Marquis Jones surprised himself with a personal-best 22-9%

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feet on his final attempt to Division I State Finals take third place. 4xSOO Relay: 1. Elyria 7:42.71, 2. North "I didn't expect to do Canton Hoover 7:43.60, 3. Hudson' 7:45.41, 4. much today," Jones said. La Salle (Bader, Mink, Bek, Mayhaus) 7:50.19, 16. Sycamore (Gallagher; Tepe, Schweet Neu~ "In most · meets, my best . mann) 8o24.43. Discus: 1. D'Andrea (Avon lake) 190 5, 9. jump usually comes early in {Moeller) 156·1. the competition. Today, I· McGrath Shot Put ! ..D'Andrea (Avon Lake)65·5 l/2. · hit it right on the final try. 12. Ralph (St. Xavier) 51-11 3/4. Pole Vault 1. .Russel! (Prlm:eton) 15-6, 3. Next year I plan to win it." Walter {Moeller) 15~3. 7. Porter (And~rson) 14-6. Jones, also a point guard, High Jump: 1. Woodson· (Mansfield) 6-8. 6. (Northwest) 6·5, t3. Wiant (Oak Hills)6-0, sat out last year's track Stof~ 14. Ackerman (Elder) 5-10. season after breaking his · Long Jump: 1. Lawson (Columbus Marion_franklin) 23-9 3/4. 3. Janos {Wilmington) 22-9 right leg in basketbalL 1/2, 5. Hudepohl (La Sa!le) 22-6, 14. Ackerman 4x800 RELAY: A strate- (Bdcr) 21-4, 16. Thompson .(Middletown) 20-6 gy change by La Salle paid 3/4. Cincinnati qualifiers to finals off with a fourth-place fin110 High Hurdles: Schroeder (Oak HH!s) 14.66. ish. 100 Meters: Johnson {~lddJetown} 10.84, Rather than Allen Bader Hunter (Middletown) 10.89, Barnett (Princeton) running the final 800, the 10.97. 4xl00 ONQ: AnLancers senior ran the first derson 44.23.Relayo Middletown, 41.57. · 800 meters and had the 400 Meters: Powell (Roger Bacon) 48.23, Gales (Middletown) 49.28. lead at the handoff. 300 Hurdles: Bode (Milford) 38.42. "We wanted to get the 200 Meters: Hunter (Middletown) 22.06, lead and hope the .other Thompsen (Middletown) 21.98. ONQ: Barnett (Princeton) 22.18. guys could hold on," Bader 4x400 Relay: Middletown· 3: 17.8. ONQ: Ansaid. "It worked pretty ders011 3:23.10. well. Our time (7:50.19) Division II State Finals was a school record." 4x_BOO Relay: 1. Pern!Jervl!le Eastwood. TEAM COMPETITION: 7:56.0. Cincinnati qualffiers to today's finals Middletown's runners did 100 Meters: none. DNQ: Miller (Madeira} what they had to do during 11.40, Thomas (Taylor} 11.44 400 Meters: none. DNQ: VanDyke (GreenFriday's preliminaries to field McClain) 51.68. 300 Hurdles: none. DNQ: Marcheslnl (North remain in position to win College Hill) 39.87 the state championship. 200 Meters: none. DNQ: Thomas (Taylor)22.77 Every Middies runner · 4x400 Relay: none. DNQ: Clinton' Massie advanced to today's finals 3o3L06 along with the 4X400- and Division Ill 4X100-meter relay teams. stata Flnais Darrell Hunter led the . 7:55.74. 4xsoo Relay: L Cortland Maplewood Way, qualifying in the 100 Long Jump: L Wagner (Mogadore) 22-1 1/2. an d 20 0 meterS. M arC Shot Put: I. Kahle (Spencerville) 57·11 Johnson. joined Hunter in 1/4-Potu Vault: L Eagy (Spencerville) 14'6. the 1 0 0 with Ty ran ClnelnnaH qualifiers to today's finals Thompson qualifying in the 200 Meters: none. ONQ:. Wilson (Cincinnati H!lls Christian Academy) 11.42~ 2 00. Dennis Gates ad400 Relay: none. DNQ: Cincinnati Hills Chrls· the 400 me t erS. Uan 4x400 Academy) 44.61none. DNQ: Lockland 3:35.71 VanCed Ill Rulay: 4

- There were a few smilirg 'faces but more frowns by Cincinnati athletes in what amld be best described a~ a disappointing day at th~ state track and field meetl Aiken Sfphomore Shanna Dickenson;and Loveland junior Kasi Foster were the 'bright spot in the Division I field events contested at Welcome S;adium. The 15-year-old Dickenson came 'through with a second-plae finish in ,the discus. Fosterw.as the only Cmcinnati ath!(_te to bring home two medals taking third in the Shot Pu·. and fl'fth I'n the ' discus. "I prefeqold and I plan to -t next 1ear" Dickenson . 1 Will ' said. ''I wal nervous but at the same tine calm today. Maybe I wai too calm." Dickensori finished sixth last year as 1'_freshman with a throw of\ 133 feet, 11 inches. She· vent 143-10 on · the second-la;t throw Friday to capture .tre silver. · Immediate¥. after receiving the discu1: medal, Foster ran lo the shtt put area. She was in the first group to · . thrOW an d hal 0 nl Y f!Ve millUteS tO warmup. "I felt pntty important because I hid just won a medal and wa; going for another " Foste: said. "But I ' didn't achieve my goal of 43 feet in the sh•t put." Foster's thi-d-place throw of 41-11 camein the preliminaries. "My dad (Nichael) pushes me, which I like," Foster said. "He doeSl't want me to get complaceit and encourages me to dobetter.'' Like Dicke1son, Foster was thinking !head to next season with m- eye toward ' the gold. 4x800 RElAY: Turpin's team of Heather Clark, Corey Rand211, Melanie Price and Catolyn Rauen finished third but failed to achieve a pre-iace goal. "We wanted to break the

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COLUMBUS - The Anderson and Milford baseball programs .waited decades to get this far, so a day's delay is no big deal. The Cincinnati schools, each making its first state baseball appearance, will meet in the semifinals at Ohio State's Bill-Davis Stadium at 11 a.m. today, The game was set for Friday, but, all Ohio tournament games were pushed back because of rain Thursday. The Anderson-Milford winner advances to the state. final Sunday, but the loser will still walk tall in baseballstrong Cincinnati., "One of our goals was to be the last team in Cincinnati still playing," Anderson coach Shea Wardwell said. "Usually if you do that, you're playing pretty well." In a year when coaches agreed there was no dominant Division I team, Anderson (23-5) and Milford (24-5) proved to be the best. Milford coach Tom Kilgore, who played on Oak ··:•.·.·'·/··.• :1 Hills' 1981 state runner-up :m team, said the Eagles wei:e • .:: ........ :: .... _,., thrilled to win the potent ,,,. :: ····::·: .. _,., . .•:: . :.: Greater Miami Conference for the first time in 13 years. T::··(•X: .. ;.:;. .;.:c:,J "Winning the league is testament to how good done," Kilgore· said. in the . tourna-

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thing to do with it." Anderson beat Mount Vernon 4-2 in its regional final. Milford routed Lakota West 14-4 to win its regional. Today, each· team throws its ace pitcher: Jensen Lewis (7-2, 1.71 ERA) for Anderson, The Cincinnati Enquirer/GARY LANDERS Evan Smith (8-0, 1.15 ERA) Aiken's Shanna Dickenson took second place in the ·for Milford. discus throw in the Division I girls state track meet Lewis, a senior right-handFrrday in Dayton. er, was selected by the Cleve' land Indians in the 33rd .round •,. . ' d f 9. 12 , R 137·10. of this week's amateirr draft. 0 City re~or " '. anShot Put: 1. Mallory (Ashland) 4B-If4, 3. K. He has signed to play for • •_: dall. smd. Every,one ga.ve · Foster (Loveland) 41-11, 13. s. roster ILoveth b t W t land) 36·10 1/4, \5. Joeckem (Coleraln)·36-0 Vanderbilt and is rated by l . ei;, · es . e re sa ISPole Vault: \,Stephens (Hilliard Davidson) Baseball America as one of · ,. f1ed. · . · 11-o. 11. Meier (~oleram) 9-G, 12. Mu"ay (Anthe top 100 prep seniors in c_ leveland Heights B.eau- dorson) 9-6, 16. )•ohnson (~lmlngton) 9-0. H~gh Jump: l~ Borland (Kent Roosevelt) 5-8. mont WOn the r~ce In a 10. Stepp (Falrfl~ld) 5·2, 15. Glover (Winton America. He is a power pitch- · er whose fastball tops 90 mph. t t d t f Woods) 5-0, s. a e-recor : I me .. 0 Long Jump: 1. Madison (Elyria) 19-o, 9. Milford's Smith, a junior . 9 ..03.86. Turp.n qualified Fenneii(Walnut Hills) 11-1 112. 10. Martin right~hander, is more of a conth 9 17 55 d th (Kings) 174· ':~I . a .. : . an ran e ' Cincinnati qu~llflers to today'• finals trol pitcher. Smith is under ' finals ill a school-record 100 Hurdle.: Mulllns-Haii(Walnul Hills) the tutelage of Doug Bair, the ' 9:14.16. ~~~/~4-~l~trunk (~•..-.son) 14.65, Hendricks (Tur-. former Reds reliever who .. 1 00-METER. HU~IOOMelers:Grova(Middlotown) 12.36. played 15 major-league sea._"_DLES: Walnu.t Hills semor 4>200Relay:Wintonwoods 1:42.42. Am d M lJ H ll ld 4x100 Relay: none. ONQ: Princeton 49.49, sons. ''He knows what he's ,: .an a Y ms- . a cou Winton woods 49.79. doing," Bair said. •claim gold Ill the 100-meter 400 Motors: Meters: Jackson (Winton h dl Woods) 58.30. D~'Q: Warndorf (Oak Hills) 58.88. · Milford hopes a tough GMC . ; ur es. . . 300 Hurdles: Bess (Middletown) 45.28, schedule has prepared it for ·. The four. th-place f1msher Hendricks (Turpin) 45.44. DNQ: ·Payne (Lakola Lewis. th I t M I East) 45.10. 1~ e regwn.a. mee .' ':200 Meters: Grove (Middletown) 25.34 "It's a challenge facing Jen·lms-Hall qual;fied Fnday ill 4•4oo Relay: Loveland 3:55.84. DNQ: Ma- sen Lewis for the first time, the fastest time of 1~.15. son 4o01.20. Team score• but we've seen pitchers in our ~ast week at the. regiOn.al, 1. Ashland 20: 2, Elyria l4: 2 {tle), Youngs, league who have thrown with She narrowly quahf1ed With Boardman 14; 4, Hilliard Davidson 10; 4 (tie), . . Kent RoosevelliO: 4 (tie), Mt. Vernon 10; 4(tle), some velocity," Kilgore said. _a. f?Urth-p!ace ftn!Sh after Cle, Hts. Beaumont 10; 4 (lie), Loveland 10. "Overall we've handled veloci)uttmg the final hurdle. ~~~~a~n~~~l. Aikens: 15(tle), Turpin 6; 31 (tlel, ty better than soft throwers." •. DIVISION .11: In the Division II Every Milford starter is i 4x~OO relay . fmal, Reads<~to Finals batting at least .300. Leadoff _ing's team of Lindsay Tho- · 4x&oo Rela~-, 1. cuyahoga Falls cvcA hitter Kyle Rapp (.420, 34 M H 1'1 E · 9:23.41, 9. Readll.ng (Thomayer, Hallla, Hellmayer, egan a 1 a, nca mann, Engei)9:5D.:49. RBI) is the top Eagles hitter, Hellmall:n. and C~urtn~y Cincinnati quaillliern to today•a finals followed by Evan Armitage 10 Engel fmi~hed mnth. I,U Hill) t 9°s~~rdlos: Inane. DNQo Calloway (Indian (.390), Eric Lawson (.378) 300 9:50.49. Chnton-Mass1e.s H•rdlos ~~~~~;:~;~;Masslel45.58. and Jake Chalupa (.376). · Heather Gustin finished I, Cuyahoga F<ills cvcA 10: 2, co1s. school Anderson is led by fresh.second in her heat in the t Girls 8; 3, Huro"' 6; •. MHiersburg w. Holmes man. Nate Fields, who is hit300 hurdles to qualify for Division Ill ting .398 with a team-high six the finals. . Sta1e Finals homers and 23 RBI. Other top 4x800 Ralayo t. Minster 9o24.52.. ; DIVISION Ill Brittany Discus: .1.- Clemson (Cortland Maplewood) hitters: Lewis, who is batting 157-1. Others: 16. Fitzhugh (Cincinnati country .371 and plays outfield when Woods, a sophomore at Day)!03-7. Cincinnati Country Day, High Jump: L Rlcclard (Berllne Center West he is not pitching; Ben Terry 5·6, Others: 15. Peii(Peebles) 5·0. easily qualified in the 100 Rese) (.371, team-high 28 RBI) and ClnclnnaU qualifiers to today's final& hurdles and 10 minutes lat100 Hurdles~ Wootls (Cincinnati Country Brandon Bernhardt (.367). er advanced. to today's fi- Day)l5.16 Wardwell, like Kilgore an 100 Meters: \Yoods {Cincinnati Country Day) 12.96. DNQ: Harris (Cincinnati Hills Christian nals in the 100 meters. Oak Hills graduate, admits Academy) 13.11. there's some irony in that two 4x100 Relay: Summit Country Day 51.52 · Division I 400 Meters: Kathman (Summit Country West Side guys are coaching State Finals Day)59.20. ,.. 4x80D Relay: 1. Cleveland Heights Beau~ 200 Meters: n~ne. ONQ: Harris- (Cincinnati East Side tearris in the state · mont 9:03.86 {state record), 2. Lakewood 9:08,32, 3. Turpin (Clark, Randall, Prlce, Rauen) H!Us Christian Academy) 26.88 tournament. "They're on a 9:14.16, 4. Wadsworth 9:20.65. Others: 7.- Coleteam scores rain (Detzel, MiHcr, Kreuter, Dickinson) 9:26.20. 1, Fort Loramf: 14; 2, Minster 12; 2 (tie), roll, and we've put it all to·: Discus: I. Mallory (Ashland) 151-5, 2. Dlck- Cortland Maplewood 12: 4. Berlin Center Western gether too," Wardwell said. ihsan (Aiken) 143-Q, 5. It Foster (loveland Resewe 10. r:·····

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800 Meters: Brad Neumann, Sycamore; Sam Sharp, Moeller 200 Meters: TyranThompsori, 3200 Relay: Sycamore (Tom Gallagher, Middletown; Darren Barnett, Princeton; PatTepe, Ryan Schweet. Brad . Dale Thomas, Taylor. · Neumann). 3200 Meters: John Dixon, Fairfield. 100 Meters: Darrell Hunter, 1600 Relay: Anderson (Brent Wilkerson, Middletown; Darren Barnett, Princeton; Michael Moreland, Matt Mullenax, Dan Dan Miller, Madeira; D·Sie Thomas, lmpellizzeri); Clinto'n Massie (Chris Taylor; Rob Wilson, Cincinnati Hills Thobaben, Russell Hofer, Josh Halleen, Christian Academy. . Ben Wilkie); lockland (Brian Pittman, 1600 Meters: Jeff Se~, Middletown; Kyle Kowalski, St. Xavi~r; Jason Beck, la Raymond Biesbrotik, Mike Collins, Chris Pittman). : Salle; Kevin Hall, Middletown Madison. Discus: Michael Slagle, Batavia; Ben . 400 Relay: Anderson (i3rent Wilkerson, Prewitt, Blanchester. Matt Mullenax, Dan hT\j)ellizzeri, Adam High Jump: Ross Wiant, Oak Hills; Nick Niestradt). Cincinnati t1ills Chiistian Ackerman, Elder Academy (Zach Han, Mike DeNoma, Long Jump: Scott Hudepohl, La Salle;; Luke Hitchcock,. Rob Wilson). Nick Ackerman, Elder; Tyran Thompson, 400 Meters: Cedric P<Jwell, Roger Middletown; John Stubbs, Waynesville. · Bacon; Ryan VanDyke •. Greenfield Shot Put: Kyle Ralph, St Xavier. McClain. Pole Vault: Brent Walter, Moeller; John 300 Hurdles: Marco 1\'F,archesini, North Porter, Anderson. ~ College Hill.

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Cincinnati Hills Chrisman Academy. 100 Hurdles Christine Hendlicks, Turpin;LeAuna Sistrunk, Mason; layci Calloway, Indian ' Hill; Brittany Woods, Cincinnati Country Day 300Hurdles Myra Bess, Middletown; Monica Payne, Lakota East; Heather Gustin, Clinton Massie.

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200 Meters Kai Harris, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. 400 Meters Ashley Warndolf, Oak Hills; Katie . Kathmann, Summit Country Day.

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3,200 Meters . Carolyn Rauen, Turpin; Jenny Homan, Anderson; Came Crafford, Taylor. 400 Relay Princeton (Kiisten llndsay, Naudia Cook, Chan ell SateJWMe, Alicia Franklin); · Winton Woods (Dai'Tiara Brown, Katherine Dees, Ashley Ogletree, Micale Bradwell) 1,soo Relay Mason (LeAuna Sistrunk, Sarah Gaunt,,

3,200 Relay · Colerain (Brittany Detzel, Melissa Miller, laura Kreuter, Shelly Dickinson). Reading (Undsay Thomayer, Megan Hallla, Erica Hellmann. Courtney Engel). Discus Kasi Foster, Loveland; Alicia Smith, Clinton Massie; Kelley Phillips, Goshen; Palmer Filzhugh, Cincinnati Country Day, Shot Put Shannon Foster, loveland; Robin

High Jump Alishia Glover, Winton Woods; Arlington Pell, F'cebles. · Lon!iJump .Tamara Fennell, Walnut Hills; Morgan · Martin, Kings. Pole Vault • Tara Meier, Colerain; Karina Murray, Anderson; Ashley Johnson, Wilmington.


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team with no tr)le point· guard on its roster. .Golden State tried last season to convert shooting guard L~rry Hughes to point, and :When that didn't work, it By Michael Perry ··. started former Arizona standThe Cincinnati Enquirer . out · Gilbe~t Arenas· at point Steve Logan might have guard. He, too, is. naturally a found liimself in a near~per- 'shooting guard. Arenas averfeet situation. The former aged 10 ·9 points and 3· 7 assists. University of Cincinnati AllLogan, who will have to be American was drafted with a point guard in the NBA the 30th overall pick because of his size Wednesday night by the (5 feet 10), has the chance Golden State Warriors, a right away to compete for

Steve Logan has a chance to play r-ight away with Golden State ...

be very difficult to take the The Warriors illso selected starting' point position from Duke's Mike Dunleavy with him .. We are very pleased the third overall pick, and Round . Team Ovemll pick with the progress1that he has they traded future draft picks Year made. Righft.J}ow he is the· to Philadelphia for 16th pick Nick Van Exel 2nd LA. lakers 37 starting point guard." Jiri Welsch, a guard from the ::m94~ooiftOni6~WJhgfleli:l !\2rio%';. ip[;;;u'E'Seatt~e'.iF:;~:;;:;u;r;;;;;;,ia:1: Logan was one of thr.ee Czech Republic. 1st · Milwaukee 10 . players the Warriors added · ESPN.com graded Golden · 1997 Danny Fortson Wednesday night during the State's draft with a Bt. :lg98JRufielli~ffitilt.•• •r2nd:'S!i.'• 6'.EEA;\U\JiiiiSi\/J:!i\JXE%!tri;Sl!! NBA draft. As the first pick ESPN's Chad Ford wrote: 1999 Melvin Levett Detroit 54 in the second round, he does "Steve Logan, though a bit 2.000 KeiJYQo.Mamo < t;NiW.J~~Y~'.Jr'ti'' •rnJ:•&l: not automatically get a guar- undersized, is better than DerMarr Johnson Atlanta 6 anteed contract. But Golden anything they have at the :. ii\;·::;~:rere?Mlcliiial• State .officials indicated · point." 2001 Kenny Satterfield 2nd 54 Dallas Wednesday rught that Logan Said Logan: "I thought that 2002•Ste~i.lliganr .. \ 7.::2niGi{'!:;c;;;:.:k\lde6'Steifil;?]J;;·•j,;)JZ\)~\O' has a very good chance of making the team. See LOGAN, Page C5

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playing time behind Arenas. The only other' Golden State guard who can play some point is Bobby Sura, also a shooting guard. "We are extremely pleased with Gilbert Arenas," Golden State general manager Garry St. Jean said. "It's going to

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WIMBLEDON; England - After losing the fi§t,~~!rMP a qualifier, _Tim Henman migaed' rio reminder of all the upsets at Wimbledon this year. "I was cert~yfl'aware of last night," Heiunari';~a,ta Ttillt-sday after · his 3-6, 6-3, 6":ir '6"3, second-round victory over Australia's Scott Draper. "Henmania'' was in full force Thursday, with female fijx).Sshrieking, "C'mon Tim," and Centre >Court filled with sj)ectators clad inpts, and flags featuring the Union Jack arid the red and white English flag;of St.:George. ~enman hasp'~'\Yeight of a nation on his slender ~illderil ·as he seeks to become the11~tBritish player to win the men's title &lnce Fred Perry in 1936. ·.•· >; " f) ,'' .• . A group of I.o~adh;oas~d war vet-

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ST. LOUIS- It's often considered ~erica's warmest baseball town, and the reading'f.has notpjng to do with thermometers. · '· It's where. generations of St. Louis fans have offered their unconditional love, and genenitions of Cardiii'!ls, known.· by affectionate nicknames, embraced it. The Gashouse Gang. Diizy and Daffy. Stan the Man and the Wiiard of Oz. Big Mac. "It is," Mark McGwire said, upon signing the contact that would see him retire aCardinal, "a great baseball town." · • __..._, . These days, a great baseball towngrieyes, and its team struggles. _ ·__ ,-_. On Saturday, Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile was found dead in his Chicago hotel room. A wife and three children were left. behind. Kile's stunning loss, at 33, came just days after the passing of beloved broadcaster J atk·'Buck and left the Cardinals family to search for meaning in the summer game amid so much sadness. It's against tl)is backdrop that the,•;Reds come to town for a three-game series begiJining today. The Reds' extra-inning victory and the .9ardi-

CHICAGO- The Reds were one strike from lea~g Thursday ynth a. split in the four-game senes w1th the Chicago Cubs. • "This game was the biggest one," Sean Casey said. "We couldn't split. We needed to take three of four ~o keep our momentum going. He had to have this one." They got it thanks to a huge hit by Reggie Taylor and another one a little later by Russell Branyan. It all added up to a 5-4 10-innincr victory over the Cubs before a crowd of 34 324 at Wrigley Field. ' The victory was one of the biggest and most improbable of the year for the Reds. It means they. go to St. Louis to face the first-place Cardmals on a three-game winning streak and just one game behind in the National League Central. "It's a huge win for us," closer Danny Graves said. . Reds manager Bob Boone put Branyan ana Taylor in the line!Jp as added left-handed batters against Cubs right-hander Jon Lieber. They each.

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CHICAGO Jay Berwanger, who won the first ·Reisman Trophy and became the first player ever drafted by . the NFL, died of lung cancer after a long illness. He was 88. Berwanger ·died Wednesday night at his home in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook, University of Chicago spokesman Seth Sanders said Thursday. Berwanger W!ls a halfback for the University of Chicago when the team was a powerhouse in the Big Ten -:- and before the school's president abolished varsity football in 1939. In the days before pia- · toon football, Berwanger had to pass, punt, blo~k, Berwanger tackle, kick off, kick extra points . and return punts and kickoffs. ' "We didn't know any better," he said in 1999. "I loved playing · defense as niuch as offense. Today's platoon system lets more players play, so it's good for · the game." By modern standards, the 6-foot, .195-pound Berwanger ~id. not have outstanding sta-, tistics the year he won the Downtown · Athletic Club Award, as the Reisman was called in 1935. He had 577 rushing yards, 406 passing yards, 359 yards on kickoff returns and six touchdowns. Berwanger was- the first · player ever selected in the : NFL draft. Chicago Bears · owner .and coach George Halas acquired BerWanger's rights from Philadelphia but balked at . Berwanger's demand for $25,000 over tWo· years.

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