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RYAN LUKENS 189 LB. STATE CHAMPION

STATE PLACERS BRENT GOODE- 6TH @

119 CHRIS WESSEL- 8TH@ 215

DISTRICT QUALIFIERS JOSHNEWBANKS-103 TOM HAYDEN -125

JOESHEEHAN-135 CHARLES QUEHL -171

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MOST NEAR FALL 2 PTS- Career Bobby Lyons TomZinkan Scott Ostholthoff Justin Broshear Josh Janson Don Schnitzler Patrick Feldman

52 47 40 39 39 37 34

1996-00 1989-93 1988-92 1992-96 1993-97 1996-99 1991-95

34 29 29 28 28 27 27

1997-01 1990-94 1992-96 1993-97 1996-00 1985-89 1985-88

JefiOstholthoff Brian Zinkan Clint Whalen Danny Hill MikeBaria

27 27 25 25 25

1997-01 1997-01 1988-92 1996-00 1999-02

32 30 30 29 29 29 27

1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 1987-88 1995-96 1996-97

Don Schnitzler MikeBaria Josh Newbanks Scott Ostholthoff John McPhillips Justin Broshear Brian Reinhart

27 26 26 25 25 25 25

1998-99 2001-02 2002-03 1991-92 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95

David Blanks Brian Zinkan Patrick Feldman Tim Arthur JoeZinkan Mike Baria Bob Feldman

74 53 51 49 49 47 43

1997-01 1997-01 1991-95 1992-96 1997-01 1999-02 1990-94

Jon Rice Don Schnitzler Clint Whalen Bill Palermo Dave Seeger John McPhillips Brad Findley

42 42 41 41 40 39 38

1985-89 1996-99 1988-92 1985-88 1985-88 1990-94 1996-00

David Blanks TomZinkan Ryan Lukens JoeZinkan Brian Zinkan Brad Findley Justin Broshear Brent Goode Josh Janson

202.0 200.0 197.5 197.0 190.5 187.0 186.0 183.0 182.5

1999-00 1990-91 2002-03 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1995-96 2001-02 1994-95

Brian Zinkan Marcus Blanks Nick Lukens Brent (;oode JeffOstholthoff Don Schnitzler MikeBaria Chris Wessel

182.0 181.5 180.0 178.5 174.0 172.0 171.5 169.0

2000-01 2000-01 1999-00 2002-03 2000-01 1998-99 2001-02 2002-03

Nick Lukens Brad Findley David Candy Patrick Feldman Mark Zielinski Bill Palermo Clint Whalen Sean Cronin Don Schnitzler Ken Darby

406.0 403.0 401.5 389.0 381.0 356.0 345.5 338.5 336.5 330.5

1997-01 1996-00 1998-02 1991-95 1993-97 1985-88 1988-92 1995-98 1996-99 1986-90

Jeff Ostholthoff David Feldman John Bell Danny Hill Tim Arthur Marcus Blanks Guy Olinger Chris Wessel Jon Rice Billy Lyons

322.0 310.5 301.0 286.5 276.5 273.5 264.0 259.0 252.0 245.0

1997-01 1995-98 1993-97 1996-00 1992-96 1997-01 1989-93 1999-03 1985-89 1992-94

Ben Bell

12 sec

David Blanks Bob Feldman Tim Arthur Mark Zielinski Brad Findley Jon Rice Dave Seeger

MOST NEAR FALL 3 PTS- Season Chris Davis Justin Broshear Josh Janson Scott Ostholthoff TomZinkan Chris Davis Bobby Lyons

60 37 36 35 34 34 34

1997-98 1993-94 1996-97 1989-90 1989-90 1996-97 1998-99

TomZinkan Mark Zielinski David Blanks Bobby Lyons Dave Seeger Josh Janson Mark Zielinski

MOST NEAR FALL 3 PTS- Career Chris Davis TomZinkan Josh Janson Bobby Lyons Justin Broshear Mark Zielinski Scott Ostholthoff

113 107 100 95 91 87 86

1995-98 1989-93 1993-97 1996-00 1992-96 1993-97 1988-92

MOST TEAM POINTS- Season Scott Ostholthoff TomZinkan Bobby Lyons Josh Janson Josh Janson Bobby Lyons Scott Ostholthoff TomZinkan Chris Davis

258.0 255.5 250.0 237.5 233.0 215.0 209.5 206.5 205.0

1991-92 1991-92 1999-00 1996-97 1995-96 1998-99 1990-91 1992-93 1997-98

MOST TEAM POINTS- Career TomZinkan Josh Janson Bobby Lyons Scott Ostholthoff JoeZinkan Brian Zinkan David Blanks MikeBaria Justin Broshear Chris Davis

794.5 739.5 725.0 684.0 635.5 592.0 537.0 462.0 447.0 412.5

1989-93 1993-97 1996-00 1988-92 1997-01 1997-01 1997-01 1999-02 1992-96 1995-98

FASTEST PIN: Joe Sheehan Mark Zielinski

7 sec 8 sec

2003 1995

Chad Schnitzler Mike Jennings

8sec 2000 10 sec 1988

1998

FASTEST TECH PIN: Chris Davis

0:51

1998

Chris Davis

1:52

1997

500 ROPE CLUB: Terry Dickey David Seeger Bill Palermo Bill Palermo DanKuethe Bob Sanford

1984-85 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87

Brian Stwarka Bill Palermo Tim Wagner Todd Costello Joe Clubb MattKob

1986-87 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 1988-89 1988-89

ROPE RECORD: Tom Hayden

711

2000-2001

Bill Palermo

627

1987-88

Craig Gallenstein Tim Wagner Tom Hayden Brendan Beresford

1988-89 1988-89 2000-01 2000-01


Year

Dual

1963-64

11-3

GCL -

1964-65

8-5

-

1965-66

2-10

4

1966-67

2-5

3

1967-68

7-2

3

1968-69

5-4

1969-70

5-2

1970-71

-

I

-

2

-

-

10

3

-

-

-

7

-

-

·-

-

-

I

I

45

2

I

52

-

-

-

-

-

5-2

3

-

-

1971-72

6-4

1972-73

4-6

1973-74

6-1

3 3 3

-

1974-75

4-2

3

1975-76

1-4

4

1976-77

1-6

1977-78

4-4

1978-79

4-6

1979-80

9-6

3

1980-81

5-5

5

1981-82

3-2

6

1982-83

2-4

6

1983-84

3-3

6

-

-

-

4

5 5 5

State

-

-

2

-

State

-

-

-

-

State

-

District 5

State

-

-

District

Sectional 3

City

-

-

6

-

-

-

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

5

7

9

3

I

54

6

-

10

I

1

48

-

-

-

-

5 5

-

-

-

-

2

3

-

-

6

-

-

I

-

-

-

4

6

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

-

-

1984-85

2-3

5

-

1985-86

2-6

6

-

-

1986-87

2-6

4

II

2

-

2

7

6

1988-89

6-9

6

-

6

9-5

5 3

-

1987-88

-

7

3

4 4

-

-

-

-

63

3 I

--

59

6

-

-

I

-

-

6

9

3

I

16

2

9

4

3

2

5

2

11

3

4

I

16

-

1989-90

4-7

4

-

1990-91

9-2

2

3

1991-92

5-3

2

5

1992-93

4-1

I

2

1993-94

7-2

I

3

-

2

10

11

2

-

65

1994-95

8-1

I

2

-

1

10

3

72

8-6

1

3

-

-

1995-96

3

8

3

I

16

1996-97

9-0

1

1

10

1

10

5 5 3

5

I

14

1997-98

8-1

1

2

17

1

9

8

I

I

23

1998-99

12-1

1

1

10

1

10

6

3

I.

37

1999-00

14-1

I

1

4

I

12

I

10

6

2

2000-01

6-6

1

1

2

I

II

1

10

7

2

2001-02

8-3

3

7

6

1

9

2

4

-

-

2002-03

8-7

I

2

9

3

8

6

3

2

10

Totals

228-156

73

27

Coach Mike Morrissey Mike Morrissey Dan Shea Frank Lawhorn Pbil Gigliotti John Parker John Parker John Parker John Parker John Parker John Parker John Parker John Parker Ted Hall Ted Hall Ted Hall Ted Hall John Yost John Yost John Yost John Yost John Yost Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier Jeff Gaier

TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS G. C. L. CHAMPIONSHIPS .................. 10 ............................. 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01,03 CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS ...................... 4 ................................................................... 97, 99, 00,01 SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS ......... 8 ........................................... 93, 95, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01,02 DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS ............. 2 ....................................................................... 2000, 2001 STATE TOP 10 FINISHES .................... 4 ................ 1992 (5th), 2000 (2nd), 2001 (2nd), 2003 (10~ STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS .................. 0 ..................................................................................... ??


MOST TOTAL PINS- Season Scott Ostholthoff Josh Janson TomZinkan Josh Janson Bobby Lyons Scott Ostholthoff Bobby Lyons Chris Davis Scott Ostholthoff

30 28 27 25 23 22 22 21 20

1991-92 1996-97 1991-92 1995-96 1998-99 1990-91 1999-00 1997-98 1989-90

Jeff Ostholthoff Josh Janson Chris Wessel Bill Palermo TomZinkan Justin Broshear Don Schnitzler Brad Findley Brent Goode

20 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 18

2000-01 1994-95 2002-03 1986-87 1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02

Ryan Lukens Mike Stagge TomZinkan Dave Markgraf Keith Fulmer Jolm Bell Marcus Blanks

18 17 17 16 16 16 16

2002-03 1969-70 1992-93 1975-76 1988-89 1995-96 2000-01

Brad Findley Mark Zielinski Chris Davis Don Schnitzler Sean Cronin Patrick Feldman Guy Olinger Ken Darby Jolm Bell

41 40 39 38 36 34 33 32 32

1996-00 1993-97 1995-98 1996-99 1995-98 1991-95 1990-93 1986-90 1993-97

Chris Wessel Randy Adkins Jeff Ostholthoff Dave Markgraf Ken Hanson Billy Lyons Nick Lukens MikeBaria Brian Reichert

31 30 30 29 28 27 27 27 26

1999-03 1991-95 1997-01 1975-77 1968-72 1992-94 1997-01 1999-02 1990-93

Brad Findley Bobby Lyons MikeStagge Josh Janson Brent Goode Ryan Lukens Dave Markgraf

18 18 l7 17 17 16

1999-00 1999-00 1969-70 1994-95 2001-02 2002-03 1975-76

Scott Ostholthoff TomZinkan Keith Fulmer Bobby Lyons Guy Olinger Billy Lyons Don Schnitzler

16 16 16 15 14 14 14

1989-90 1991-92 1988-89 1998-99 1992-93 1993-94 1998-99

33 32 31 31 30 29 29 29

1990-93 1997-01 1996-99 1999-03 1995-98 1975-77 1986-90 1993-97

29 28 27 27 26 25 24 23

1997-01 1968-72 1991-95 1993-97 1991-95 1997-01 1992-94 1996-00

7 7

Brian Zinkan MikeBaria Brian Zinkan MikeBaria

5 5

5 5 5 5

1995-96 1996-97 1990-91 1993-94 1993-94 1998-99

4 4

1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

13 13 10 10 10

1993-97 1997-01 1988-92 1997-01 1999-02

Jon Rice Patrick Feldman Tim Arthur Don Schnitzler David Blanks

7 7 7 7 7

1985-89 1991-95 1992-96 1996-99 1997-01

MOST TOTAL PINS- Career TomZinkan Josh Janson Scott Ostholthoff Bobby Lyons Brian Zinkan Justin Broshear Bill Palermo David Blanks JoeZinkan

77 77 75 67 48 44 43 43 42

1989-93 1993-97 1988-92 1996-00 1997-01 1992-96 1984-88 1997-01 1997-01

MOST PINS- Season Scott Ostholthoff Josh Janson Josh Janson Scott Ostholthoff Jeff Ostholthoff Chris Wessel Bill Palermo

26 22 21 20 19 19 18

1991-92 1995-96 1996-97 1990-91 2000-01 2002-03 1986-87

17

MOST PINS- Career Scott Ostholthoff Josh Janson Bobby Lyons TomZinkan Bill Palermo Brad Findley David Blanks Brian Zinkan

65 64 51 47 41 39 36 35

1988-92 1993-97 1996-00 1989-93 1984-88 1996-00 1997-01 1997-01

Guy Olinger JoeZinkan Don Sclmitzler Chris Wessel Sean Cronin Dave Markgraf Ken Darby Jolm Bell

Jeff Ostholthoff Ken Hanson Patrick Feldman Mark Zielinski Randy Adkins ' Nick Lukens Billy Lyons Kelly Cronin

MdST TECHNICAL PINS- Season Chris Davis TomZinkau TomZinkan Bobby Lyons TomZinkan Justin Broshear

13 11 8 8 7 7

1997-98 1991-92 1992-93 1998-99 1990-91 1994-95

Justin Broshear Josh Janson BobPflanz Jolm McPhillips Justin Broshear JoeZinkan

MOST TECHNICAL PINS- Career TomZinkan Justin Broshear Chris Davis Bobby Lyons Mark Zielinski

30 20 18 16 13

1989-93 1992-96 1995-98 1996-00 1993-97

Josh Janson Brian Zinkan Scott Ostholthoff JoeZinkan MikeBaria


MOST TAKEDOWNS- Season TomZinkan JoeZinkan TomZinkan MikeBaria Justin Broshear Josh Janson Brian Zinkan Bobby Lyons Bobby Lyons JoeZinkan Brian Zinkan MikeBaria Tim Arthur David Blanks Josh Janson TomZinkan Marcus Blanks MikeBaria David Blanks

182 1991-92 182 1998-99 179 1992-93 148 2001-02 146 1995-96 139 1996-97 141 1999-00 132 1998-99 131 1999-00 128 1999-00 128 2000-01 126 1999-00 . liS 1995-96 ll5 1999-00 ll2 1995-96 Ill 1990-91 109 2000-01 109 2000-01 108 1998-99

Bobby Lyons JoeZinkan Danny Hill JoeZinkan Sean Cronin Brian Zinkan Brad Findley Justin Broshear Mark Williams David Candy Ryan Lukens Jon Rice Brian Zinkan Patrick Feldman Chris Davis Nick Lukens Joe Sheehan David Feldman Kelly Cronin

99 99 98 97 94 93 92 89 89 88 88 87 87 84 84 84 84 83 82

1997-98 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 1996-97 1998-99 1998-99 1994-95 1994-95 2001-02 2002-03 1988-89 1997-98 1994-95 1997-98 2000-01 2002-03 1997-98 1999-00

Tim Arthur Sean Cronin Nick Lukens Mike Creeden David Candy David Blanks David Neumann BobPflanz John Bell Scott Ostholthoff Jon Rice Brian Reichert Bobby Lyons Ryan Meyer Chip McCord Brad Findley Brent Goode

81 80 80 80 79 79 79 76 75 73 72 72 72 72 70 70 70

1994-95 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 1990-91 1996-97 1991-92 1987-88 1992-93 1996-97 2001-02 1996-97 1999-00 2001-02

David Feldman Nick Lukens Danny Hill Patrick Feldman Marcus Blanks Jon Rice Chris Davis D.J. Hartman John Bell Don Schnitzler Ryan Meyer Scott Ostholthoff

199 192 191 188 183 180 180 174 164 160 159 157

1995-98 1997-01 1996-00 1991-95 1997-01 1985-89 1995-98 1990-94 1993-97 1996-99 1998-02 1988-92

Mark Zielinski Ken Darby Brian Reichert Clint Whalen Joe Sheehan Billy Lyons Terry King Jeff Ostholthoff Kelly Cronin Bob Feldman John Gatto Chris Wessel

145 144 137 127 122 120 112 110 109 107 104 103

1993-97 1986-90 1989-93 1988-92 1999-03 1992-94 1983-87 1997-01 1996-00 1990-94 1988-92 1999-03

Mark Summers Bob Feldman Ryan Knight Josh Newbanks Mark Zielinski Nick Lukens Jeff Ostholthoff

26 25 18 18 17 15 15

1986-87 1992-93 1996-97 2002-03 1996-97 1999-00 2000-01

Joe Sheehan Danny Hill Brad Haverkos Jeff Ostholthoff Joel Cottone Ben Michaels Jared Glaser

15 14 14 14 14 14 13

2002-03 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2002-03

Tim Arthur Mark Summers Dave Seeger TomZinkan Sean Cronin Chris Davis David Feldman

50 48 46 46 45 45 45

1992-96 1985-88 1984-88 1989-93 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98

Bill Palermo Josh Janson Bobby Lyons Nick Lukens Danny Hill Ryan Meyer

43 36 36 35 35 30

1985-88 1993-97 1996-00 1997-01 1996-00 1998-02

15 15 15 14 14 14 14

1993-94 1974-75 1999-00 1987-88 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

Ryan Knight · Jeff Ostholthoff Josh Janson MikeBaria Brian Zinkan Josh Newbanks

14 14 13 12 12 10

1996-97 2000-01 1996-97 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03

MOST TAKEDOWNS- Career TomZinkan JoeZinkan Brian Zinkan Bobby Lyons MikeBaria Josh Janson David Blanks Justin Broshear David Candy Tim Arthur Sean Cronin Brad Findley

527 ·506 449 434 383 342 334 323 264 230 216 2ll

1989-93 1997-01 1997-01 1996-00 1999-02 1993-97 1997-01 1992-96 1998-02 1992-96 1995-98 1996-00

MOST REVERSALS- Season Scott Ostholthoff Joel Cottone Kevin Wallace Clint Whalen JoeZinkan Bill Sutliff Clint Whalen

31 30 28 28 24 27 27

1989-90 1999-00 1979-80 1991-92 1998-99 1974-75 1990-91

MOST REVERSALS- Career Clint Whalen Patrick Feldman JoeZinkan Mark Zielinski Scott Ostholthoff Justin Broshear BobFe1dman

77 70 63 61 60 55 54

1988-92 1991-95 1997-01 1993-97 1988-92 1992-96 1990-94

MOST NEAR FALL 2 PTS- Season Don Schnitzler Kevin Wallace John Schmitz Bobby Lyons EricTepe Bobby Lyons TomZinkan

25 24 18 18 17 17 15

1998-99 1979-80 1979-80 1998-99 1979-80 1999-00 1991-92

John McPhillips Bill Sutliff David Blanks Dave Seeger Scott Ostholthoff TomZinkan Patrick Feldman


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MOST WINS- Season TomZinkan Bobby Lyons Bobby Lyons Scott Ostholthoff Josh Janson Marcus Blanks Josh Janson MikeBaria JoeZinkan Nick Lukens Brian Zinkan Chris Davis David Blanks TomZinkan TomZinkan Scott Ostholthoff Justin Broshear Donald Schnitzler JoeZinkan Nick Lukens MikeBaria Ryan Lukens

39 39 38 37 37 37 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

1991-92 1998-99 1999-00 1991-92 1996-97 2000-01 1995-96 1999-00 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 1997-98 1999-00 1990-91 1992-93 1990-91 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Ken Hanson Brad Findley Brian Zinkan Scott Ostholthoff John Bell Jeff Ostholthoff JoeZinkan Chris Wessel Brent Goode Jon Rice Josh Janson Tim Arthur Brad Findley Kelly Cronin David Candy Mike Creeden Clint Whalen Clint Whalen Patrick Feldman Bobby Lyons Sean Cronin David Blanks

31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 28 28 28 28 28 28

1970-71 1999-00 2000-01 1989-90 1996-97 2000-01 2000-01 2002-03 2002-03 1988-89 1994-95 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 1990-91 1991-92 1994-95 1996-97 1996-97 2000-01

Brent Goode 28 Joe Sheehan 28 TomZinkan 27 TenyKing 27 Bill Palermo 27 Justin Broshear 27 David Blanks 27 Danny Hill 27 MikeBaria 27 David Candy 27 Ryan Lukens 27 Ken Darby 26 Mark Summers 26 John Bell 26 Mark Zielinski 26 Sean Cronin 26 David Feldman 25 JoeZinkan 25 David Candy 25 Jeff Ostholthoff 25 Joel Cottone 25 David Neumann 25

2001-02 2002-03 1989-90 1986-87 1986-87 1994-95 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 1989-90 1987-88 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03

Patrick Feldman Brad Findley Ken Hanson Mark Zielinski Nick Lukens Don Schnitzler Clint Whalen David Feldman Bill Palermo Sean Cronin John Bell

80 79 78 77 77 75 72 70 68 67 64

1991-95 1996-00 1968-72 1993-97 1997-01 1996-99 1988-92 1995-98 1984-88 1995-98 1993-97

Ken Darby Marcus Blanks Tim Arthur Danny Hill Jeff Ostholthoff TenyKing Bob Feldman Jon Rice Todd Chambers Ryan Meyer

1986-90 1997-01 1992-96 1996-00 1997-01 1984-88 1991-94 1985-89 1972-75 1998-02

MOST WINS- Career (50 wins) TomZinkan Bobby Lyons JoeZinkan Josh Janson Brian Zinkan Scott Ostholthoff David Blanks MikeBaria David Candy Justin Broshear Chris Davis

132 129 122 116 110 108 100 95 95 91 84

1989-93 1996-00 1997-01 1993-97 1997-01 1988-92 1997-01 1999-02 1998-02 1992-96 1995-98

63 63 62 62 62 60 57 55 55 50

BEST WIN. PCT. -Season (20 wins) TomZinkan TomZinkan Scott Ostholthoff JoeZinkan Brian Zinkan Bobby Lyons Josh Janson Dave Seeger Josh Janson MikeStagge Scott Ostholthoff Ken Hanson JoeZinkan Bobby Lyons Brent Goode

1.000 0.975 0.974 0.970 0.952 0.950 0.949 0.926 0.923 0.917 0.914 0.912 0.909 0.886 0.875

33-0,92-93 39-1,91-92 37-1, 91-92 32-1,99-00 20-1,98-99 38-2,99-00 37-2,96-97 25-2, 87-88 36-3,95-96 22-2,69-70 32-3,90-91 31-3,70-71 30-3,00-01 39-5,98-99 28-4,01-02

TomZinkan Justin Broshear Donald Schnitzler Nick Lukens Chris Davis David Blanks Clint Whalen Bill Palermo Marcus Blanks Brad Findley Josh Janson Kelly Cronin Ryan Lukens Brian Zinkan Mike Baria

0.868 0.865 0.865 0.854 0.850 0.850 0.848 0.844 0.841 0.838 0.829 0.829 0.821 0.814 0.800

33-5,90-91 32-5,95-96 32-5, 98-99 35-6,99-00 34-6,97-98 34-6,99-00 28-5, 91-92 27-5,86-87 37-7,00-01 31-6, 99-00 29-6,94-95 29-6,99-00 32-7,02-03 35-8,99-00 36-9,99-00

MikeBaria Brian Zinkan Nick Lukens Brent Goode Chris Davis JoeZinkan David Blanks Chris Wessel MikeBaria Jeff Ostholthoff David Blanks Mike Creeden

0.800 0.795 0.780 0.769 0.767 0.761 0.737 0.732 0.730 0.714 0.711 0.707

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BEST WIN. PCT. - Career (50 wins) TomZinkan Josh Janson JoeZinkan Nick Lukens Bobby Lyons Scott Ostholthoff Brian Zinkan Ken Hanson MikeBaria

0.904 0.879 0.824 0.819 0.816 0.800 0.791 0.780 0.779

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64-28, 93-97 79-36, 96.:00 75-36, 96-99 70-34, 95-98 62-33, 97-01 67-38, 95-98 95-56, 98-02 62-42, 96-00


STATE CHAMPIONS: TOM ZIN"KAN ............................................. 130 lbs ................................................. 1991 SCOTT OSTHOLTHOFF ............................ 189lbs................................................. 1992 TOM ZIN"KAN ............................................. 140 lbs ................................................. 1993 NICK LUKENS ............................................. 171 lbs ................................................. 2000 JOE ZIN"KAN ................................................ 140 lbs ................................................. 2001 RYAN LUKENS ......... ~ ................................. 189lbs................................................. 2003

STATE PLACERS: TOM ZINKAN 2ND (145lbs.) .................. 1992 JOSH JANSON 2ND (135lbs.) ................... 1996 CHRIS DAVIS 2ND (140 lbs.) ..................... 1998 JOE ZINKAN 2ND (140 lbs.) ....................... 2000 BOBBY LYONS 2ND (145 lbs.) .................. 2000 JOSH JANSON 3RD (140 lbs.) ..................... 1997 MIKE BARIA 3RD (135 lbs.) ....................... 2001 JOE ZINKAN 4TH (130 lbs.) ....................... 1999 MIKE BARIA 4TH (135 1bs.) ....................... 2000 DAVID BLANKS 4TH (145lbs.) ................. 2001 MARCUS BLANKS 4TH (152lbs.) ............. 2001

KEN HANSON 5TH (175lbs.) .................... 1971 BRIAN ZINKAN 5TH (130 lbs.) .................. 2000 KEN HANSON 6TH (175 lbs.) .................... 1972 KEN ADKINS 6TH (119lbs.) ..................... 1976 RANDY WEBB 6TH (167lbs.) ................... 1975 DAVID BLANKS 6TH (152lbs.) ................. 2000 BRIAN ZINKAN 6TH (125lbs.) .................. 2001 JOEL COTTONE 6TH (112lbs.) .................. 2001 BRENT GOODE 6TH (103 lbs.) ................... 2001 BRENT GOODE 6TH (119 lbs.) ................... 2003

STATE QUALIFIERS: Frank Haidle ................... 1964 Mike Scheadler .............. 1965 Frank Haidle ................... 1966 Dennis Riehle ................. 1966 Ken Hanson ............... 1971,72 Steve Scherzinger. .......... 1972 Ken Adkins .................... 1975 RandyWebb ................... 1975 Jay Case ......................... 1975 Steve Melink .................. 1976 Rick Magliano ................ 1981 TerryKing ...................... 1987 Bill Palermo .............. 1987,88 Dave Seeger ................... 1988 Jerry Wilkin ................... 1988 Jon Rice .......................... 1989

Scott Ostholthoff. ...... 90,91,92 Tom Zinkan .............. 91,92,93 Clint Whalen .............. 1991 ,92 Billy Lyons ..................... 1993 Brian Reichert ................. 1993 Guy Olinger .................... 1993 Josh Janson .......... 94,95,96,97 Bob Feldman .................. 1994 Mark Zielinski ........... 1995,97 Patrick Feldman .............. 1995 Justin Broshear ............... 1996 Tim Arthur ...................... 1996 Chris Davis ................ 1997,98 John Bell ......................... 1997 Sean Cronin .................... 1997 Joe Zinkan ............ 1999,00,01

Bobby Lyons ............. 1999,00 David Blanks ........ 1999,00,01 David Candy ............. 2000,02 Danny Hill ...................... 2000 Brian Zinkan ............. 2000,01 Mike Baria............ 2000,01,02 Jeff Ostholthoff ......... 2000,01 Nick Lukens .............. 2000,01 Kelly Cronin ................... 2000 Mike Creeden ................. 2001 Marcus Blanks ................ 2001 Joel Cottone .................... 2001 Brent Goode ........ 2001,02, 03 Chris Wessel ............ 2002, 03 Ryan Lukens .................. 2003

MULTIPLE STATE PLACERS TOM ZINKAN 1991 (1 5~, 1992 (2nd), 1993 (1 s~ JOE ZINKAN ... 1999 (4th), 2000 (2nd), 2001 (1 51) JOSH JANSON ................. 1996 (2nd), 1997 (3rd) MIKE BARIA .................... 2000 (4th), 2001 (3rd)

DAVID BLANKS .............. 2000 (6~, KEN HANSON .................. 1971 (5~, BRIAN ZINKAN .............. 2000 (5th), BRENT GOODE ................ 2001 (6~,

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Joe Zinkan .............. l999,00,01 Bobby Lyons .............. .1999,00 David Blanks .................... 2000 Nick Lukens ..................... 200 1 Brent Goode ................ 200 1,02

Jon Rice ........................ 1989 Scott Ostholthoff..... 90,91,92 Clint Whalen ................. 1992 Tom Zinkan ....... 90,91,92,93 Matt Herring ................. 1993 D. J. Hartman ................ 1993 Bob Feldman ................ 1994 Patrick Feldman ............ 1994 Josh Janson ........ 94,95,96,97 Justin Brashear ........ 1995,96 Tim Arthur .................... 1995 Bobby Lyons .... 1997,99,00 Chris Davis .............. 1997,98 Chip McCord ................ 1997 Brian Zinkan ............ 1998,01 David Feldman ............. 1998 Danny Hill .................... 1999

Joe Zinkan .......... 1999, 00,01 David Blanks ........... 1999, 00 Donald Schnitzler. ......... 1999 Jeff0stholthoff ........ 2000,01 Nick Lukens ............. 2000,01 Kelly Cronin .................. 2000 Brad Findley .................. 2000 Marcus Blanks ............... 2001 Mike Creeden ................ 2001 Mike Baria ................ 2001,02 Joel Cottone ................... 2001 Brent Goode ........ 2001,02,03 David Candy ................. 2002 Ryan Lukens ............ 2002,03 Chris Wessel ................. 2002 Tom Hayden .................. 2003 Joe Sheehan ................... 2003

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SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS: Frank Haidle .................. 1966 Dennis Riehle ................ 1966 Ken Hanson ......... l970,71,72 Todd Chambers ............. l974 Bill Sutliff ..................... 1974 Jay Case ........................ 1975 · Ken Adkins ................... 1976 Dave Markgraf.. ............ 1977 Tim Tepe ....................... 1977 John Ziegler .................. 1979 Joe Magliano ................. 1983 Mike Hyzdu .................. 1985 Mark Stoy...................... l985 Terry King ..................... 1987 Bill Palermo ............. 1987,88 Dave Seeger .................. 1988 Keith Fulmer ................. 1988

FOUR TIME G.CL CHAMPION: Josh Janson .................................................................................................. 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997

THREE TIME G.CL CHAMPIONS Scott Ostholthoff..................................... 1990, 91, 92 Tom Zinkan ............................................. 1991, 92, 93 Joe Zinkan ............................................... 1999, 00, 01

Mike Baria ............................................... 2000, 01, 02 Brent Goode............................................ 2001, 02,03

TWO TIME G.CL. CHAMPIONS Mark Andrews .......................................... B~ll Sutliff ................................................. Rick Magliano ........................................... Te. rry Kin g .................................................

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Moeller 18 - Dublin Coffman 56 Moeller 27- St. Edward 30 Moeller 24 - LaSalle 48 Moeller 12- Lakota East 35

TOURNAMENT RESULTS: Purcell Freshman Tournament (13 Teams): 3rd place Centerville Asics Tournament (25 Teams): 7th Place Dublin Coffman Dual Tournament (8 Teams): 7th place G.C.L. Tournament (8 Teams): 4th place .

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'B' Team Hilliard Heritage (6 teams): 3rd Moeller Holiday Duals (6 teams): 3rd Madeira Tournament (20 teams): 4th Franklin Tournament {12 teams): 1st Mt. Healthy Tournament (5 teams): 2nd

JUNIOR HIGH INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

*STATE QUALIFIERS: 2001: Charles Quehl 2002: Alex Weavec, Germane Lindsey, Eric Cameron, Dean Gaiec 2003: Steve MacVeigh, Tommy Weinkam, Matt Hammec, Germane Lindsey, Dean Gaiec, Tylec Holthaus, Mike Mahon, Drew Schoenling, Frank Beckec YEARLY TOP RECORDS: 1991: Adam Molina (17-5), Mark Williams (17-4), Patrick Feldman (17-4), Randy Adkins (16-0) 1992: Adam Molina (15-1), Josh Janson (16-4), Mark Williams (13-1), Tim Arthur (10-3) 1993: Josh Janson (17-0), Mark Zielinski (16-0) 1994: Aaron Zistlec (19-3), David Feldman (15-2), Pat Murray (16-4) 1995: Aaron Zistlec (20-1), Bobby Lyons (20-0), Brad Haverkos (21-3), Brian Rahe (19-4), Jeff Janson (24-6), Jeremy Holtkamp (19-4) 1996: Bobby Lyons (18-1), Brian Zinkan (23-1), Greg Bonn (20-4), Joe Zinkan (21-3), Nick Lukens (20-5) 1997: Brian Zinkan (20-2), Dan Adkins (17-2), Greg Bonn (18-0), Joe Zinkan (17-1), Nick Lukens (10-1) 1998: Cameron Goode(22-0), Dan Adkins (19-1), T.J. Carpentec(17-5) 1999: Bill Adkins (18-5), Brent Goode (18-3), Camecson Goode (23-1), Rob Carpenter (22-6), Ryan Lukens (20-S) 2000: Bill Adkins (19-5), Josh Smith (22-7), David Neumann (15-S), Tim Kemme (16-8), Ryan Lukens (20-2) 2001: *Charles Quehl (27-0), Eric Cameron (20-3), Matt Feldhaus (19-7), Jared Glasec (18-9), Alex Weavec (16-6), Josh Newbanks (14-7) 2002: *Alex Weavec (21-3), *Germane Lindsey (16-4), *Eric Camecon (23-2), *Dean Gaier (24-4), Matt Hammec (23-2), Mike Mahon (23-2), Sam Cole (23-2), Larry Brunec (20-1 ), Tom Weinkam (18-7), Lou Millec ( 17-9), Josh Brock ( 18-6), Frank Becker ( 15-8)


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DUAL MEET RECORD: ( 4- 6) SCORES: Moeller 44 - Harrison 23 Moeller 18 - St. Xavier 44 Moeller 55- Princeton 12 Moeller 18 - Lakota West 51 Moeller 28 - St. Xavier 36 TOURNAMENT RESULTS: Lakota East Tournament (16 teams): 8th Lockland Tournament* (17 teams): 2nd Madeira Tournament* (20 teams): 6th Toledo Lake High School Tournament (25 Teams): Purceli ReserveTournament (17 Teams): 8th G.C.L. Tournament (8 Teams): 3rd *Varsity 'Gold'

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

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Moeller 33 - Kingsway (NJ) 34 Moeller 18 -Liberty (PA) 36 Moeller 48 -Grundy (VA) 30 Moeller 36 - Lakota East 19 Moeller 0 - St. Edward 66 Moeller 16 - Blair Academy (NJ) 54 Moeller 33 -Erie Prep (PA) 33 * *Moeller won by pin criteria

TOURNAMENT RESULTS: S.W.O.W.C.A. Holiday Tournament: 6th Place; 8 placers; 156 team points Ohio Catholic Invitational Tournament:: 3rd place (overall), 2nd place (Large School); 8 placers; 188.5 team points G.C.L.: 1stplace; 13 placers; 194 team points Sectional Tournament: 3rd place; 8 district qualifiers; 227.5 team points District Tournament: 6th place; 3 state qualifiers; 69.5 team points State Tournament: 1Oth place; 2 placers; 36 team points

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112 Glaser Jared

24

24

7

7

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4

13

9

10

17

6

3

6

0

0

76

18

11

6

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119 Goode, Brent

66

24

11

3

6

4

11

3

19 56

3

3

11

1

4

178.0

30

9

12

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130 Haverkos, Brian

38

36

6

11

4

4

5

8

18 29

4

1

7

0

1

49.0

12

18

7

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125 Hayden, Tom

53

32

14

9

6

7

5

9

33

22

4

12

6

0

3

117.0

24

11

6

.686

140 Kmetz, Nathan

19

44

0

9

1

6

8

12 29

18

2

9

2

0

0

18.0

5

17

2

.227

275 Kromer, Chuck

6

4

0

1

0

0

0

0

4

8

2

3

0

0

0

9.0

2

5

0

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189 Lukens Ryan

88

23

6

0

3

3

6

3

29 54

5

6

17

1

3

197.5

32

7

18

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152 Michaels, Ben

18

48

14

8

5

5

14

16 35

5

5

4

6

0

3

55.0

13

17

6

.433

145 Murphy, Andrew

4

17

1

2

2

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6

8

12

1

0

0

2

0

0

13.0

3

6

2

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145 Neumann David

79

37

12

12

5

7

10

4

27 73

6

6

7

1

4

93.5

25

11

8

.694

103 Newbanks Josh

43

49

26

13

10

12 18

10 28 24

8

9

6

2

5

94.5

20

16

8

.556

171 IOuehl Charles

24

48

3

12

3

4

2

10 33

18

9

2

8

0

0

66.0

14

20

8

.412

112 Richter Pat

15

8

4

2

5

2

4

2

7

12

1

0

6

0

1

40.5

9

3

6

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135 Sheehan Joe

84

54

18

4

8

8

15

12 43

59

6

10 11

2

4

122.0

28

13

13

.683

160 Stanley, Mike

25

56

11

14

9

5

9

10 37 20

6

4

6

1

1

46.0

14

18

7

.438

275 Tull Jimmv

23

26

2

4

1

1

3

5

37 33

14

6

6

0

0

86.0

21

14

6

.600

215 Wesse! Chris

62

31

10

7

6

3

5

2

33

53

6

7

19

0

1

169.0

30

11

19

.732

130 Witte Pat

13

10

1

2

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0

0

1

7

8

0

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2

0

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14.0

4

2

2

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NF3 NF2 Rev Esc Pen Tee. Maj. Team Won Lost Pins For A For A For A For A For· A Pins Fall Dec Pts

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Year W gt. Won Lost Senior 215 30 11 Junior 215 18 17 Soph. 189 20 14 Frosh 189 14 8 82 50 Total

Level Varsity Varsity VariN Frosh 4yrs.

2x State Qualifier CO-CAPTAIN 3 Year Varsity Letterman

Year W gt. Won Lost 4 2 Senior 130 Junior 135 20 7 Soph. 125 15 7 Frosh 119 1 3 40 19 Total

Level Varsity VariN VariN Var/Fr 4 yrs.

2 Year Varsity Letterman


STATE HONORS: RYAN LUKENS -189 LBS.- STATE CHAMPION RYAN LUKENS- ACADEMIC ALL-OHIO BRENT GOODE- 119 LBS. - 6TH CHRIS WESSEL- 215 LBS. -8TH

DISTRICT QUALIFIERS: Charles Quehl- 171 Josh Newbanks - 103 Ryan Lukens - 189 * Brent Goode- 119 * Chris Wessel- 215 Tom Hayden- 125 * Jim Tull - Hwt Joe Sheehan -135 * *Sectional Champion

Alternates: Jared Glaser- 112 David Neumann - 145 Ben Michaels- 152

G.C.L. Honors: Brent Goode (1st Team) Tom Hayden (1st Team) Joe Sheehan (1st Team) Ryan Lukens (1st Team)

Josh Newbanks (2nd Team) Jared Glaser (2nd Team) Brian Haverlws (2nd Team) David Neumann (2nd Team)

Charles Quehl (2nd Team) Chris Wessel (2nd Team)

All-City Honors: Josh Newbanks So. (1 03 lbs.)- 3rd Team Jared Glasher, Fr. (1 12 lbs.)- H. M Brent Goode, Jr. (1 19 lbs.) - 1st team Tom Hayden, Jr. (1 25 lbs.) -H. M Joe Sheehan, Sr. (1 35 lbs.)- 3rd team·

David Neumann, Jr. (140 lbs.)- H. M Charles Quehl, So. (1 71 lbs.) -H. M Ryan Lukens, Jr. (189 lbs.) - 1st team Chris Wessel, Sr. (215 lbs.)- 3rd team Jim Tull, Jr. (Hwt) -H. M


Year W gt. Won Lost Senior 189 2 2 Junior 171 5 2 Soph. 171 0 3 Toml 7 7

Level Varsity Var/JV JV 3 yrs.

2 Year Varsity Letterman

Year Wgt. Won Lost Senior 112 9 3 Junior 119 16 9 Soph. 119 16 11 Frosh 112 14 7 Total 55 30

Level Varsity Var/JV Var/JV Var/Fr 4 yrs.

2 Year Varsity Letterman


Year Wgt. Won Lost Senior 135 28 13 Junior 130 15 17 Soph. 130 22 12 Frosh 130 12 4 Total 77 46

Level Varsity Varsity VariN Frosh 4 yrs.

CO-CAPTAIN District Qualifier 3-Year V arsi Letterman

Year W gt. Won Lost Senior 160 14 18 Junior 171 21 10 Soph. 171 5 4 Frosh 152 15 11 Total 27 38 2-Year Varsity Letterman

Level Varsity VariN N Frosh 4yrs.


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MOST VALUABLE WRESTLER: - given to the wrestler whose competition performances, practice habits, leadership, and holistic commitment elevated the performance level of the team. OUTSTANDING WRESTLER: - given to the wrestler whose mat performance was consistently highest throughout the year, and whose performance peaked at the team's most critical tournaments.

CRUSADER AWARD: - given to the wrestler who best displays the qualities of the wrestler and individual our program aspires to produce: Honesty, Loyalty, Respect, Unselfishness, and Class.

BIG MOE AWARD: - given to that individual who best exemplifies and defines teamwork and sacrifice. This individual is selfless in his willingness to do whatever is needed for the sake, cause, and overall goals of the team. MOST IMPROVED WRESTLER: - given to the wrestler that has shown marked improvement from the first day of practice to the end. BULLDOG AWARD: - given to the wrestler that has shown exemplary mental and physical toughness both during competition and in the practice room. SPIRIT AWARD: -given to the wrestler who best exemplifies "The Moeller Wrestler", displaying exemplary camaraderie, passion, and attitude within the context of the team's overall goals and vision. NEW COMER AWARD: - given to the first year varsity wrestler who makes the biggest impact on the success of the team. TAKEDOWN AWARD: - given to that individual who is most impressive in the neutral position in wrestling. Typically this wrestler leads the team in takedowns for the year.

HAMMER AWARD (Most Pins) : - given to that individual who is most impressive pinning their opponents. Typically this wrestler leads the team in pins for the year. EAGLE AWARD: - given to that individual who displayed marked commitment to preparation for the upcoming wrestling season. This includes dedication during fall lifting and attendance at spring and summer wrestling opportunities.

CAPTAIN'S AWARD: - given to those individuals who were elected by their teammates as team leaders. Selection was made before the GCL Tournament.

SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD: - given to the senior, sophomore or junior wrestler with the highest class rank. To earn the award the wrestler must have a minimum g.p.a. of3.50.

ALUMNI AWARD: -given to the Moeller Wrestling Alumnus who has made significant contributions to the wrestling program since his graduation.


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2003 AGENDA

3:00pm

SOCIAL

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WELCOME .................................................... Nick Corey Varsity Coach

JUNIOR HIGH TEAM ........... Dan Kunkel, Doug Weaver Junior High Coaches

FRESHMEN TEAM ........... Bob Feldman, Don Schnitzler Freshmen Coaches

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ...................... Barry Borman Athletic Director

5:00pm

INVOCATION ........................ Bro. Charlie Wanda, S.M. Team Chaplin

DINNER 6:00pm

YOUTH WRESTLING ................................. Dale Berger Kid Crusader Coach

J.V. TEAM................................. Bruce Nelson, Sean Ryan J.V. Coaches

SPECIAL TEAM AWARDS ....................... Mike Bennett Wrestling Statisticiao

SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD ................. P.J. Boland Varsity Coach

VARSITY TEAM/SENIORS ....... ~ ................ Ed Jamieson Varsity Coach

Jeff Gaier Varsity Coach

SPECIAL RECOGNITION ................................ JeffGaier

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Sean Ryan Bob Feldman Don Schnitzler

Junior High: Dan Kunkel Doug Weaver Greg Bonn Chad Schnitzler

Team Support: David Seeger (CFW President) Tim Cunningham (CFW Vice-President) Dale Berger (Kids Club Director)

Barry Borman (Athletic Director) Dick Beerman (Athletic Director) Bro. Charlie Wanda (Team Chaplin) Criag Lindsey (Trainer)

Seniors: Joe Sheehan Mike Stanley

Chuck Kromer Andrew Murphy

JeffNewell Pat Richter

Mike Bennett (Stats) Brendan Beresford Brandon Druffel Devin Finegan

Brent Goode Brian Haverkos Tom Hayden Brent Hutzel

Chris Carey Mark Druffel Nathan Gates Austin Griffith

Jake Hoctor Brendan Jeffrey Kyle Jones Nathan Kmetz

Josh Brock Ryan Burandt Eric Cameron Sam Cole SamEmig Jared Glaser

Louis Guilfoyle Car/Hayden Trey Highland (Slats) Cebastian Hilton Robbie Hudepohl Allen Hughes

Frank Becker (8) Andy Breitenbach (8) Kyle Broderick (7) Mike Franzosa (7) Othniel Freeman (8) Dean Gaier (8) Gus Haas (8)

Matt Hammer (8) Tyler Holthaus (8) Ben Kanoza (8) Matt Kemme (7) Germane Lindsey (8) Steve Mac Veigh (7) Mike Mahon (8

Chris Wessel Pat Witte

Juniors: Tim Kemme Ryan Lukens Ben Michaels David Neumann

Sean Robinett Dan Rush Jimmy Tull Phil Yowler

Sophomores: WillKorst TimMauntel Tony Martino Josh Newbanks

Charles Quehl Ben Schutte Jeremy Siderits Robert Taylor

Freshmen: Stephen Lane DanLeshney Josh Meyer Adam Scheidler Brian Schuchnan Patrick Vogt

Alex Weaver John Weinkam Jack Yowler

Junior High: Marc Mauntel (7) Brendan McCracken (7) Matt Me/ink (7) Ross Quehl (8) Drew Schoenling (8) Sam Smith (8) Tim Uecker (7)

Adam Wallander (7) Rory Ward (8) Greg Weimer (8) Tommy Weinkam (8)

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SPECIAL THANKS FOR ALL WHO MADE THIS SEASON A SUCCESS...

© AI Haverkos for the team video this season. © All the Parents who helped prepare meals for the team this year, especially Joan Sheehan, Kate Schutte, and Allen © © © © © © © © © © ©

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Hughes who coordinated the team meals. All the volunteer coaches especially Duane Meyer, Jim Emig, Stephen Frech, and Jude Skove. Alumni Association, especially Ginny Bauer, Diane Carlson, and Lisa Ellis for their support. Beth Michaels, Pam Kromer, and Mrs. Lukens for help at the Wrestling golf outing. Bill Balbach, Cary Collinsworth, and Trish Niehaus for their help with the wrestling administration. Bill Kobus and Bill Braun for all their work in getting the O'Connor Center ready for the season. Bro. Charlie Wanda, the Wrestling Team Chaplin, for working with the wrestlers and setting up the prayer services. Bruce Nelson for all his work as the National CIT tournament director. Carol and Steve Richter, and all the parents who helped at the Monte Carlo. Coaches Wives - Chris Anne Gaier, Martha Jamieson, Trisha Boland, Pam Nelson, Kelly Corey, Linda Kunkel, Paula Seeger, Teri Cunningham, Andra Weaver, Christy Berger, and Renee Skove for understanding and enduring the time demands put upon the coaches. Craig Lindsey and Dr. Tim Kremcheck for their work with the team this year. David Seeger for his work endless dedication to Moeller wrestling with the Crusaders For Wrestling, Kids Tournament, andNCIT. Dick Beerman for caring about the wrestlers and the team and being a fan of wrestling. Doug Becker and Coca Cola for the tickets and VIP Box at the state wrestling tournament and the tremendous support with Coca Cola products throughout the season. Dr. Bryan Adams for his help as our "skin" doctor. Ed Jamieson for coordinating the largest kids tournament in history. Father Kip Stander for being the Mass Celebrant at the NCIT. Junior High Parents for all of their help on the JH tournaments this season, special recognition to Jim & Tracy Hammer, Chris Anne Gaier, Mike and Kathy Weimer, Tim and Sally MacVeigh, Mark and Lynn Broderick. Ken & Sheri Stanley for the team highlight video. Marcia Neumann and Carol Richter for their work on the NCIT program. Matt Jones of Marriott for his help with the team's lodging this season. Mike and Debbie Baria for the leadership support for the golf tournament. Mike Bennett and Trey Highland for the awesome stats this season. Moeller Athletic Department, Barry Borman & Dick Beerman for all their support with the team's travel throughout the year. Nee and Mark Hayden for coordinating the concessions this season, including the scrimmages. Parents for support and help at the kids tournament, scrimmages, and meals throughout the year. Pat Hill- for his endless support, especially as the home match announcer. Senior parents - Pam & Chuck Kromer, Anne & Tony Murphy, Joan & Terry Sheehan, Ken & Sheri Stanley, Melanie Anderson, Donna Stanley, Kelly & Jim Wessel, and Constance & Greg Witte for EVERYTHING that is asked for to make this season successful! Skyline Chile and Corky Alfers for their donation to the NCIT. Steve Richter and Mikki Lukens for their help organizing all the transportation and hotels for the team throughout the year. The Emig Family for putting together the JIM DANDY BBQ fundraisers. The Hartman Family (Fred, Patricia, D.J., and Nick) The Kromer Family for all your help and support from the past four year. The Lukens Family for the luxury box at the State Tournament. Tim Bonn and B & B Studio for the senior pictures and officiating help. Tim Cunningham for his help with the coordination the Wrestling Golf Outing and home tournaments. To all who helped with the NCIT, especially Bruce Nelson, Dick Beerman, Dave Seeger, Tim Cunningham, Dale Berger, Pat Hill, Marcia & Rick Neumann, Carol & Steve Richter, Jim & Kelly Wessel, Terry & Joan Sheehan, Mark & Nee Hayden, and Buddy Quehl To all Wrestlers and Coaches who worked at the Habitat House. Tim Held for the help with the video boards at all the home events. Tony and Anne Murphy for their help in transportation to the Duke Wrestling Camp. Whitey & Carol Campbell for their help with the uniforms this season.

AND A SPECIAL THANKS TO ANYONE THAT IS NOT ON THIS LIST THAT WAS MISSED!


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2003 MOELLER WRESTLING GOLF OUTING SPONSORS: 4 Eagle Ranch Albers Insurance Co. B & B Studios- Bonn Family Camargo Cadillac Carlo & Johnny Century Equipment Company Cincinnati Marriott North Cincinnati Marriott Northeast Coca Cola of Cincinnati Controlled Credit Crusaders for Wrestling Dan Druffel Inc. -Landscaping & Nursery Dirigo Incorporated Dog House Grill Don 's Auto Repair Double Click Dr. Tim Kremchek Finegan Inspection Services Friends of Wrestling- Tim Whalen Haire & Bohmer- wealth management group Howell Rehab Center Jamieson Assoc. Lebanon Equine Clinic Marriott

Matt Stephens- Class of 1986 Medical Recovery Systems Mercedes Benz of Cincinnati Merrill Lynch - P.J. Boland Moeller Alumni Association Morgan Stanley - Charles Kromer Oppenheimer Funds Patrick Hill and Son's Performance Lexus Robert L Beresford & Co. - CPA Seeger Tax Accounting Seiler's Landscaping Merrill Lynch -Steve Schwanekamp The Hartman Family The Ketterer Company ToonArt Glaser Family Bunch Family Pimco Funds -Paul DeNicolo Evergreen Funds -Eric Jeppson Eggleston Park Leshney Family Randy Davis Steve Farrell

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THE FUTURE•.• 2003-2004 will be an opportunity for the Moeller wrestling program to gain a state championship. St. Edward will graduate many big guns leaving the opportunity for a Moeller State Title. With 11 starters returning, including a state champion and state placer, the team should have confidence going into the 2003-04 season. There will be no short cuts. Current starters will need to work hard on the mat and the weight room or the group of talented younger wrestlers could make significant gains in both mat experience and in strength to pass them up. The Junior High had 11 state qualifiers! The schedule will once again be tough enough for those individuals who want to become Moeller's next state champion. The team qualified for the State duals for the third time in history. A new tournament will be added to go with the second National CIT and the SWOWCA Tournament before Christmas. The usual dual meet powers Elder, St. Xavier, and Lakota East are back on the schedule with a return trip to St. Edward for a quad in late January. The competition will be there but it will be up to the individuals to determine the level of success they will achieve.

WHAT YOU CAN DO IN THE SPRING/SUMMER TO MAKE YOUR WRESTLING IMPROVE IN THE WINTER (in order of importance): 1. Make the Ohio Cadet or Junior National Team • Qualify at a Regional Tournament** or Ohio State Tournament. • Includes 5 day training camp at St. Ed's with best wrestlers in Ohio • National Tournament in Fargo, ND (#1 college recruiting tournament) • Practice with best kids in Ohio and compete against the best in the Nation 2. · Wrestle in Tournaments • Tournaments are almost every weekend now until mid-summer • Freestyle, Folkstyle, Greco- all wrestling styles will help you improve 3. Cincinnati Wrestling Club • Tuesday and Thursday nights (6:30pm-8:30pm); Ends May 29th 4. Weight Lifting • . Starts March 19, M-W-F (4:30-5:45 except Wed. after school) • Attendance and progress will be charted 5. Summer Camvs . • Moeller I Granby Camp (June 13-15), at Moeller • Moeller Mini-Clinic with Mike Mena (Iowa wrestling), May 31st • Jeff Jordan Camp- for the serious • Other Camps: see Coach Gaier for brochures


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ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE FOR 2003-2004 December 5-6- Dual (tba)? December 13 - Elder Dual December 19-20- S.W.O.W.C.A. Tournament (Mason HS) January 2-3- National Catholic Invitational (Moeller) January 4- State Dual Meet Tournament (Wadsworth) January 10-11- Virginia Duals (tba)? January 17-18- Ohio All-Catholic Tournament (Elder) January 23- St. Edward Quad (tba)? January 30- Lakota East Dual February 7- GCL Tournament February 13-14- Sectional Tournament February 20-21 -District Tournament February 26-28- State Tournament Still to be scheduled: St. Xavier Dual, St. Edward Super Quad or Tournament (Virginia Duals?), TBA Dual

MOELLER WRESTLING ALUMNI COMPETING IN COLLEGE (2002-2003):

Bobby Lyons ('00), Ohio University, 157 pounds Nick Lukens ('01), Stanford University, 184 pounds Jeff Ostholthoff ('01), Findlay College, 165 pounds Mike Baria ('02), Harvard University, 141 pounds


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(lov) d. Sa.- (N) 9-8; Jacunone (E) d. Famn (T) 3-2;

IIH!ejer (OH) d. Snell (N); 125-Massong (OH) p. Hlao (lov) 2:()8; 8oqor (SIX) p. 8loac:IJ (WH) 2:16; Kuhn (N) p. flomlng (MH) 2:00: 13Q-H.-os (M) p. Rutherford (T) 0 48; Gampolongo (OH) md. Sandlin (MH)8-0; McGrath (Stx) p. Kerl<hoff (WH), 135-Aanl gan (lAS) p Wmbus/1 (WW) 2:18; Thomas (P) p Ab· ney (T) 2:51: Jones (l) d. Roth (A)4-2; 140-Stclgarwald (Stx) tf. Thorpe (WH)19-4; Kmetz (M) p. Yeakle (T)3:53; Rettmger(A) p. Cleary(WW)132: 145-Wells (P) p. Williams (HC) 0:15. Woulms (WH) d. Sumner (MH)9-7; Acker (lAS) d. DaviS (WW)5-4; Neumann 1M!tf. Mutter(A)21·5: 152-Ruther(Stx) p N1meskem I LAS) 1·29: Sayers (A) d. Mato (N)15·0: Brooks (Pip. Butss (HC)4:25; Michaels (M) p. Brantley (WH12.50. 160-Mag)lano (lov) p. Sparl<s (0H)3 25: Perry (WW) o Ceasar(HC)4:48. Mundy(E) tf Hooven (MH) 19-3; Stanley (M) p Wilder(?); 171-DavJS (lov) d. Potee (Pi 9·2: 189-Neeley (Pi d. Townsend (WW) 3-2; Buchholz (N) p. Dunn (HC)\.53. Salas (lAS) d. Smder (OH) 3-2. Krauth (T) p Magruder (WH) D:59; 275-Garrod iT) p Humben (WW) 2.40: McHenry (OH) p. Maron (HC) 1:31: S1lvah (lAS) p. Cross (MH) 1:56

Flnlllloonl 103-Hannebaum (T) p. Roland (H) 139; 112JaCJmlfle (E) d. Sarver(N)10-4; Garraher (S) d Famn (T) 8-4; 119-Cook iS) p. Meyer(0H)2:00, 125-Hayden (M) p. Hatton (lo) 2:29; Eppert (La) p. Broach (WH) :27: Boerger (S) d. Kuhn (N) 2-0, 130-Cook (lo) p Ruthetford (T) 151: SmM (N) d Gampolongo 10)5-2: Haverl<os (M) d. McGrath (S) 13-7: 135-lmz (S) p Winbush (WW)I5: Jameson IE) p. Abney (T) 4 24: Sheehan (M) md. Jones (Lo; 16-8; 140Spence (E) p. Thorpe (WHI 1 01: Faulkner (MH) tf Yeakle (T) 19-2: Ramgan (La) p. Cleary (WW) :55: 145-Neumann (M) p Williams (H) 4·27. Nusekabel lEI d Sumner(MH)13-6: Woulms (WH) p. F1cker(la) 2:47: Carraher (S) p. Mutter (A) 2:22: !52-Butler (MT) md. Ruther (S)I4-4: Brooks (P) p. Sayers (AI 2 34: Un•cker (T) p. Butts (H) .20 Kurzhals lEI p Brantley (WH) 3:12; 160-Gallagher (5) p. Sparl<s (OH) 3:06: Hooven (MH)d. Ceasar(H) 13-7: Poner(T) tf. Mundy (E) 16-0: Mal!l~ano (lo) d. Stanley (M) 3·2: Broenng(la) p. Strong(N) 1:21: 171-McGUJre (T) md DaviS (lo) 8-0; 189-Krauth (T) p. Townsend (WW) 2.34: W1se (lo) p. Dunn (H)I:20: Cross (E) d. Sn1der (OH) 7-2: Sctlweer (S) p. Magrudef (WH) :27: 275Vance (S) p. Humpert (WW) :31; Cross (MH) p. Maron (H) 2:59: Benton (P) d. Silvah (la)I0-3. ~ 103-Riestenberg(E) p. Hams (Mt H) 104, Harp· er (NoM) md. Frey (StX) 20-11. Co~e (OH) p. Ubel (A) .38, Newbanks (M) md. Hannebaum (T) 11-2. 112-Woolf (laS) p. Lacey (WH) 7.16, Hurst (OH) d Jac1mine (E) 6-6 OT, Carraher (StX) p. Tracy (love) 146, Glaser (M) p. Leahy (MlH) 149; 119-Goode (M) p. Brunddlorst (T) 1:29; GorraSJ (E) p. Snell (NW) 1:20: Cook (StX) p. Welber (MH) :40; Kaake (l) p. Nyemba (WH)1:28; 125- Hayden (M) p. R1vera (P) 5:06: Eppert(L) p. Aermng(MH)1:04; BrunckhO<St (T) d. Boe<ger (St X) B-5; Schultz (E) p. Massong (OH) 2:54: 130- Cook (l) p. Kerl<hoff (WH) :11; Sctlultz Ill md. Sandlin (MH)9-0; Srnrth (NW) d Kahny (E) 9-2 Dowdy (Pi d. Hoeverkos (M) 6-3: 135- unz (StX) p. Roth (A) 2:15; Roach (MHI d. Thomas (Pi 4-3: Hall (OH) p. Jam1son (E) 3:15: Sheehan (M) p. Aamgan Ill 145: Spence (E) md. Dunk (l)l1 3: Faulkner (MH) d Rettinger (A) 16-9; Aamgan (l) d. K. Metz (M) B-4: Baner (OH) tf. Steigarwald (StX) 194: 145- Smith (l) d. Neumann (M) 5-0: Nusekabel (Ei tf DaviS (WW) 15-0: SchJelle (OH) Woulmas (WH) 107: Carraher (StX) p. Wells (P) 3:05: 152- Butler (MH) md. Ml· chaets (M) 17·6: Westefetd (OH) d. Brooks (P) 1·5, UnZICker (T) p. Mato (WH) 1:27; Kurzhals (E) p. N1· meskem (l) 3:27; 160- Gallagher (StX) p Wilder (P) 4:40; Gault (WH) p. Hooven (MH) 1:12; Poner (T) tf Perry (IVW) 22-5: Broenng (l) d Magl~ano (l) 6-2, 171- Malinowski (StX) p. Potee (P)1·23: Quehl (M) p Bush (WW) 1:00: Klasemer(E) p Cameron (WH) 1:12: McGu11e (T) p. Bader (OH) :31: 189- Lukens (M) p. Kiauth (T) 1:28; W1se \l) d. Salas ll) 4- t Cross {E.) P Buchholz (NW)1:41; Schweer (StX) p. Neeley (P) :50. 215- Chambers (E) tf Townsend (WW) 2H Walters (l) ~.Truster (T) 131: Bolte (StX) p. Back (MH) 42: Wessel (M) p. Vance (OH) 105: Hwt- Vance (StX) d Shawver (l) 8·1: Tull (M) p. Cross (MH)3.37: Benton (P) d. McHenry IOH) 7-3, Stegernan (E) P Gorod (T) 107.

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THE COLUrt.BUS DISPATCH

So Curtis McGhee won't win a state wrestling title tonight. That he eot this far is remarkable. The Brookhaven v.'Testler's unliltely titl.e run ended last night when he was pinned wi.th a minute left in his 189-pound Division I match by Cincinnati Moeller's Ryan Lul.tens in the championship semifinals. It had been an e::~ectab1ing duel, , with McGhee traCingS~ 7 after one period and 12-8 at the time of the pin. Unlili:e most vn:estlem at the state tournament, McGhee didn't spend his youth developing his sl.dlls. He took up the sport only last year to stay in shape after football. To say he wru; raw is an undemt;;n.t0ment. McGhee has dabbled in boxing, and he used to open his matches in a boxing stance. Even now, he wears boxing shoes on the mat. "They just make me feel right," he said. "I have some reeular (wrestling) shoes. They're just coll.ectins dust." Then there's his warm~up shorts, which he hasn't washed since the season began. "I'm a little superstitious," he said. McGhee won his first match yesterday with a first-period pin of Nate Hough-Snee of Mentor. It was his 11th pin of the postseason. McGhee still has much to wrestle for today. No

Brookhaven wrestler has finished better dtan fourth. He can finish as high as third. f!c~erll'lgl:on's

mlxcQ' dCJ!f came dose to havin3 four wrestlers in the semifinals but manaeed to send only Josh Home. Tony Iovine (112), Ja.lte Kuhner(152)andJustin Ferguson (160) lost one-point decisions in the quarterfinrus. Iovine, last year's state champion at 103 pounds, !o§t 4-3 to David Federico of Wil.louehby South. Federico had been undefeated until districts and was considered the favorite to win the state until losing in last night's semifinals. "That was just a ereat match between two outstanding vnestlers," Willouehby South coach Frank Platzar said. Kuhner lost 5-4 on a takedown in the final10 seconds to Miamisburg's Justin Sharkey. Ferguson also lost a heartbreaker, falline to Cincinnati St. Xavier's Dan Gallagher 4-3. Iovine and I~uhner won t.'leir consolation matches and can finish as hieh as third. Pickerington ended the ni.~t in fifth place with 44 points, one behind Wadsworth. Pid~erington

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r;!larycvii!e Marysville's Dallas Hucle (119) and Sean Lutz (135) lost in the semifinals, but they and Lucas Grimes (189) euaranteed the Monarchs three placers for the first time in school history. brabinovJitz@dispatch.com


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Wrestling results·

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HIGH SCHOOLS

State wrestling meet

DIVISION I

Team scores

1. Lakewood St. Edward 151.5; 2. Massillon Peny 82.0; 3. Mayllslo Vii. Mayfield 56.5; 4. Wadswortl•45.0; 5. Pickerington 44.0 Locals: 7. Lakota West 35.0;8. Moeller and SL

Xavier 32.0; 19. Hamilton 21.5; 29. Miamisburg 15.0; 32. Colerain U.O; 38. Hanison 9.0; 56. Oak Hills 4.0; 6L Elder 3.0; 71. Anderson 2.0. Championship Senlifinills 103: Jordan Brown, Solon pin Matt Lerer, Mentor 4:40; Lance Palmer, Lakewood St. Edward dec. Chris Hartley, Massillon Perry 5-0 U2: Ryan Sm.ith, Olmsted F<i!ls dec. Caleb Metcalf, White. Anthony Wayne 8-4; Clayton Stlrk, Lakewo.od St. Edward dec. David Federico, Willoughby South 8-2 U9: Andrew Perez, Elyria dec. Da\·ld Armstrong, Cle. Collinwood 8-2: Brandon Luce;Sidney dec. Dallas Hucte, Marysville 6-3 125: Jason Johnstone, Massman Peny dec, Mark Bugara, Garfield Hts. 3-0; Josh Home, Pickerington dec. 'Greg ROberts, Brunswick 3-2 130: TJ. Emight, Galloway WesUand dec. Nathan Spencer, Mayfield VII, Mayfield 5-4; Nino Paglia, Strongsville dec. Rush Williams, Olmsted Falls 1-0 135: Tommy Cunningham, Groveport-Madison dee. Tim Sizemore, Lakota East 3-2; Ryan Lang, lakewood St. Edward tech. fall Sean llltz, Mclrysville 22-4 140; Charlie Agozzino, Lakewood St. Edward dec. Marcus Effner, Garf1efd Hts. 7-2; Zach Flake, lakota

West dec. Kevin Pietroplnto, Mayfield 7-4

145: Adam Melton, Wadsworth dec. Travis Kovach, Massillon Peny 2-0 DT; Mike Miller, Uniontown Lake dec. Max Dean, lakota West 5·1 152: Mike Ward, Mayfield Vi!. Mayfield dec. limmy Miller, Wadsworth 5-4; John Foster, Massillon Perry

dec. Justin Sharkey, Miamisburg 7•4. 160: fan Emmons, Hamilton dec. Donnie Srock, Wadsworth 13-8; Steve Luke, Massillon Perry maj. dee. Dan Gallagher, St. Xavier 10·2 171: Mike Grogan, N. Canton Hoover maj. dec. Josh Johnson, Tol. Waite 11-1; Dan Malinowski, St. Xavier pin Eric Chine, Young. Austintown·F"rtch 5:01 189; Ryan Lukens, Moeller pin Curtis McGhee,

Col. Brookhaven 5:00; Jeremy Clingner, Beavercreek dec. Justin Dotlies, Garfield Hts. 3-1 215: MattKoz, La!1ewood St Edwardmaj. dec. luke . Busson, Wadsworth 15-5; Dave Noga, Eastlake North maj. dec. Ben Huddle, Dublin Scioto 17-5 275: Pat Barrentine, Day. Carroll maj. dec.

Wesley Taylor, Harrison 18-7; Derrick Bendau, ~Iayfield dee. Tony Johnson, Lakota East 14-7

Local championship quarterfinals 103 Jordan Brown, Solan dec. Brent Clausing, MiamisburgG-L 119 Andrew Perez, Syria maj. dec. Brent Goode, Moeller 12·3. 135 Tim Sizemore, Lolkota East dec. A.J. Carl, Mentor 10-9.

140 Marcus Effner, Garfield Hts. dec:. Tyler Brewer, Colerain S.S OT; Kevin Pietropinto, Mayfield dec. Bliott Spence, Bder 6-3; Zacl1 Flake, lal<ota West maj. dec. Eric Lakia, Painesville Riven;ide 14-3. 145 Max Dean, Lakota West dec. Pat Boyd, Hilliard Darby 8-5; Mike Miller, Uniontown Lake dec. Lee Canaher, St. Xavier 9-2. 152 Mike WanJ, Mayfield Village 1\,ayfield dec. Andrew Monk, Lakota West 5·2; Justin Sharkey, Miamisburg dec. Jake Kuhner, PickeringWn 5·4. . 160 lan Emmons, Hamilton dec. Brandon Alexander, Warren Howland 5-4; Dan Gallagher, St. Xavier dee. Justin Ferguson, Picfl:eringion 4-3. 171 Josh Johnson, To!. Waite pin Lance Daggs, Anderson 1:49; Dan M::dinowski, St. Xav!er dee. Justin Smith, tludson 7·2; Eric Chine, Austintown-Frlch mnj. dec. Joe Gadd, Hamilton 16-3.

189

Ryan Lukens, Moeller dec. Andrew legg,

advanc to Flake, Emmons, Malinowski, Lukens, Franklin on brink of Ohio crowns

For the Enquirer/JAY LAP RETE

Ross' Kyle Ray (bottom) was decisioned 9-6 by Hunting Valley University School's Chris Tripp at 145

West's F1ake decisioned Kevin Pie. tropinto of Mayfield Village Mayfield 7-4. Following a scoreless first COLUMBUS- Zach F1ake, Ian period, F1ake fell behind 1-0 but Emmons, Dan Malinowski, Ryan took charge, scoring two takeLukens and Matt Franklin are one downs in the second period and anvictory away from state stardom. other in the third. They won quarterfinal and semi· "I had to think between the first' final matches Friday to advance to · and second periods," F1ake said. today's wrestling state finals in Val- "I'm awesome on my feet and I alue City Arena at Ohio State's Je- lowed him to escape. I then keptin his face and put pressure, pressure rome Schottenstein Center. But Lakota East junior Tony and more pressure on him." . F1ake lost in the Greater Miami Johnson lost for the first time this season, losing to Derrick Bendau of Conference championship and secMayfield Village Mayfield 14-7 in a tional finals.''The losses served as a remindsemifinal match. Harrison senior Wesley Taylor er that you can't take anyone lightly also fell short, losing to Pat Barren- and everyone can be beaten," said tine from Dayton Carroll18-7 in the F1ake, the state runner-up at 130 other Division I semifinal heavy- pounds last year. weight match. 11160 pounds, Division I: Hamil' Other area wrestlers losing in ton's Emmons decisioned Donnie the semifinals were Tim Sizemore Srock of Wadsworth 13-8. The outof Lakota East (135 pounds) and come was never in doubt with EmMax Dean (145) of Lakota West. mons jumping out to an 8-1lead. "I have a lot of frierrds who have A look at the semifinal matches: li!ll140 pounds, Division I: Lakota been here, and tl1ey told me to

By Dave Schutte

Enquirer contributor

pounds in the Division II state tournament. Tripp reached the finals. Chine of Youngstown Austintown Fitch at 5:01. Ahead 3-2 in the third period, Malinowski scored a takedown before pinning Chine. "I used the classic St. X cradle," Malinowski said. "I fully expected to win the first two matches, but I wasn't sure about tonight. I'm hapPY to be wr~stling for the championship." Malinowski will wrestle Jeremy Clingner of North Canton Hoover. 1111189 pounds, Division I: Moeller's Lukens pinned Curtis McGhee of Columbus Brookhaven at 5:00. Second at the district, Luken is one victory away from matchFor the Enquirer/JAY LAPRETE ing his brother, Nick, a state champion in 2000. Edgewood's Michael McSorley (right) was decisioned 13-7 by St. Vin11112 pounds, Division II: Frankcent-St. Mary's Ryan Hurley in a Division 11145-pound match. lin High's Franklin pinned Terry come out aggressive," Emmons pionship match is Steve Luke of Jackson of.lThrichsville Claymont said. "My goal is to be the first ath- Massillon Perry, the defending 135- .at 5:27. Franlclin.will take a 35-2 record into the championship match lete from Hamilton to win an indi- pound state champion. , 1»!1171 pounds, Division I: St. Xa- against Mike Compton of Willard. vidual state championship." Emmons' opponent in the cham- vier's Malinowski pinned E1ic

Eider 60, Withrow 55, OT

Roundup

Fremont Ross 3--1. 275 . Wesley Taylor, Harrison dec. Stephen Britton, · Geneva 7-5; Tony Johnson, Lakota East pin Joey Smith, Galloway Westland 1:12.

Team scores

DIVISION li

1. St Paris Graham 142.5; 2. Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit 75.5; 3. Col. St. Francis DeSales 71.0; 4. Akron St. Vin.-St: Mary 68.5; 5. Parma Padua Franciscan 39.0 Locals: U. Franklin 32.0; 23. Greenfield McClain 19.5; 30. Hillsboro; 34. .Day. Chaminade-Julienne; 56. Ross 5.5; 66. Springboro 3.0j-7L Trenton Edgewood 2.5. Ch3mp1cnship Semifinals 103: Madison Davis, Ravenna dec. Clem Anmann, Hillsboro 5--3 OT; Pat Mclemore, Parma Padua Franciscan maj. dec. Brian Connelly, Mentor Lake Cath. 9·0 U2: Mike Compton, Willard maj. dec. Jacob Murton, W. Geauga 13~2; 1\'att Franklin, Franklin pin Terry Jackson, Claymont 5:27 U9: Ricl(y Deubel. Chagrin Falls Kenston maj. dec. NEte Browning, Bellbrook 10-1: Cameron Doggett, St. Paris Graham dec. Jordan LaFollette, Akron Spring. 6-4 125: Jorge Conger, Greenfield McClain dec. Tim French, Minerva 7-4; Dustin Schlatter, St. Paris Graham tech. faU Clint Sponseller, MiltersburgW. H15-0

135: :steve Blunk, Streetsboro maj. dec. Tyler Schlater, st Paris Graham 9-1; Aaron Martin, Watkins Mem. pin Andrew Hazlett. Chagrin Falls Kenston 5:44 140: Chad Turchetta, TwinsbUrg dec. David Davis, Col. St._Franc_is DeSales 8-7; Kurt. Gross, Parma Padua Franciscan dec. Jonathan Taylor, Clyde 7-0 145: Chris Tripp, Hunting Val. Univ. School pin Jason Roush, Van Wert 5:54; Mike Pucillo, Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit dec. David Erwin, St. Paris Graham 7·5 152; C.P. Schlatter, St. Paris Graham pin Todd Marsh, Uhrichsville Claymont 0:52; Cody Butzer, Canal Fulton Narthwestmaj. dec. MiKe Milano, RockyRiver9-1 160: David Bertolino, Rayland Buckeye local dec. T1m Maxworthy, Medina Buckeye 5-5 OT; Rocco Capon!, St. Vin.-St Mary dec. lucas Grove, Claymont 4:0 171: Ryan Knapp, Co!. St. Francis DeSales maj. dec. Justin Schutte, Maumee 16-4; Chris Hahn, Minerva dec. Jason Hackett, Col. Hamilton Township 4-3 OT 189:J.D. Bergman, Oak Harbor dec. Olno Razzano, Cal. St. Francis DeSales 4-2: Joe Hoke, St Paris Graham dec. Josh Ohl, Ontario 2-1 OT 215: Jared Villers, Akron St. Vin.-St. Mary maj._ dec Jason Mar.;hall, St Paris Graham 11·2; Adam Hoppel, Usbon Beaver pin Stephan Sanders, Ravenna 5:40 275: Brett Boggs, Maumee pin Seth Sharp, Beloit w. Branch 3:46; Dustin Fox, Galion dec. Mike Skoniecz.ny, Akron St. Vin.-St Mary 13-8 Local championship quarterfinals

112

Matt Franklin, Frarlklin dec. Jim Laughlin, can.

s. 7•2.

125

Jorge Conger, Greenfield McClain .tech. fall Mario Micale, Akr. Kenmore 19-2. 130 Frank Brown, Cols. DeSales dec. Cody Midlam, Day. Chaminade-Julienne 2·1. 145 Chris Tripp, Hurtling Valley Univ. School dee. Kyle Ray, HamiHon Ross 9-6. . 152 Cody Butzer, Canal Fulton NW dec. Aaron Goebel, Springboro 9-S. 275 Brett Boggs, Maumee dec. Zach Katris, Franklin 3·2.

DIVISION Ill

1. Sand-. St. Mal}' c.c. 92.0; 2. Beachwood 89.5; 3. Col. Grandview Hts. 64.0; 4. Bedford St Peter Chane! 60.0; 5. Massillon Tus!aw 44.0 Locals: 18. Wayn~-ville 21.0; 54. Cin. Country Day 6.0; 58. Reading 5.0; Summit Counby Day; 70. Batavia and Madeira 3.0; 79. Middletown Madison; 86. Bethel-Tate and Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 1.0. Championship Semifinals 103: levi Wyant, N. Lewisburg Triad dec. Andrew Gardella, Bedford Sl Peter Cllanel6w4 OT; Oliver Gray, Creston Nonvayne dec. Steve Austin, Carlisle 13-6 U2: Braxdon SCaletta, Cle, Cuyahoga HIS. maj. dec. David Bemholt, Versailles 11-3; Kevin lipp, Beachwood dec. Lucas Huffman, Hannibal Rlver2-2 OT U9: Drew SChafer, Monroeville dec. Derek Tomasone, Bedford St Peter Chanel 5-4; Sean Keyes, Burton Berkshire dec. Jordan Upp, Beachwood 7-3 125: Anthony Caruso, Beachwood dec. Chas Franz, Waynesville 8-2; Clay Tucker, Martins Feny maj. dec. Jarrod Anderson, Barnesville 17-6 130: Brandon Kertesz, Beachwood dec. Jason Bernath, laGrange Keystone 13-9; J. Jaggers, Bedford St. Peter Chane! tech. falUustin Snyder, Doylesto-wn Chlppe 20·4 . .. 135: A.B. Shearer, Sand. St. Mary C.C. maj. dec. Josh Grtgson, Northwood 17-5; Jamison Moss, Delta dec. Frank Paparone:, Bedford St. Peter Chane14-0 140: Bart GHatta, Milan Edison maj. dec. Dustin Walker, Utica 16·3; Nate Etcher, Massillon Tuslaw dec. Tom Majer, Richmond Hts. 5-0 l4S:Johnny Vogel, Co!. Grandview Hts. dec. Jacob Bryant, Clinlon-Massie 5·3; Matt Sammons, Cuy. Val. Chr. Acad. dec. Christopher Wilson, Woods. Monroe central 5-2 152: Matt Smilek, Cuy. Val. Chr. Acad. dec. Dan Goble, Wellington 8·2; ·curt Thompson, Attica Seneca East dec. Joseph Whelan, Sand. St. Mary c.c. 3-2 160; AJ. Aeschlimann, Massillon Tuslaw dec. Ryan Mack, Defiance 1inora 2-2; Kevin Petrella, Col. Bishop Hartley maj. dec. PJ. Bolanis, Sand. St. Mary C.C.17·5 171: Alex Picazo; Col. Gmndviel't Hts. dec. Chas Yoder, Martins Ferry 10-6; Spencer Dye, Sand. St MatY C.C, dec. Jeremiah Bates, Plain City Jonathan_ Alder 2-1 189; Scott Smith, Gahanna COl. Academy over Eric · Lse, Zoarville Tuscarawas Val. Default; Mike Blackwell, Beachwood dec. larry Reichard, New Albany 7-5 215: Chad Sowers, Sycamore Mohawk maj. dec. Shaun Wellert, w. Salem NO!thwestem 15-4; MaH Slookey, Sand. St. Mal}' C.C. pin NaUran Thobaben, Clinton·Massie 1:29 · 275: Tony Carothers, Cadiz Harrison Central dec. Mark Nagel, Delta 5-1; Koel Davia, Belmont Union local dec. Jake Daniels,lonC:Ion Madison Plains 4-2 local <:hampionship quarterfinals 103 Steve Austin, Car1isle maj. dec. Kyle Kemble, N. Jackson Jac~san-Milton 14-6. 125 Chas Franz, Waynesville pin AJ. Coleman, Fremont St. Joseph 2:59.

3-pointers: Landmark 5 (Ricl1mo11d, Davis 2, Purdy, Shannon); New Miami 4 (Miller 2, Trent, Davidson).

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Fairfield, which finished last An~ n3 D ..!' ~1 in tlw Greater Miami Confer- 1~er '~' Pilum " _ year,upsertheNo:n:---:-Ha:m11ton-Badihwas heldto~· seeded Knights behind for- two points in the second quarward Nate Salisbury's 16 points. ter. Alter plays today's WoodFairfield (6-16) advances to play ward-McNicholas winner on Elder Monday night in the sec- Wednesdaf atUD Arena. tional final. . Ksye~~l£[!,1!~;~ 6, ~::~;~·,;~~~~~\~egng}· Kings champion of the Fort BADIN 113·101- Oswald 2, Imhoff 2, Brown 2, • ' all Jones 2, Shu!l11, Brinck 8. Totals. 11 0 27. An c1ent V ey Conference Car- Alter...................................... 8 8 9 18-43 dina] division, finished 16-5. Badin..................................... 9 2 6 10-27 JOhn WalterS led Kings with 22 3-pointeffi: Badin 1(Shull). points and 10 rebounds and ,..rls Brvan Gavhart had 20 points. u 1

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Elder threw its proud basketball pedigree at 20-0 Withrow, and the Tigers ultimately froze in the Panthers' Greater Catholic League headlights. Elder upset Withrow, the No. 1 team in the Enquirer's Division I area coaches poll, 60-55 in overtime in a sectional tournament opener at UC's Shoemaker Center on Friday night. The loss sent the Tigers, the state's No. 2-ranked Division I team, home with a 20-1 record. For Elder, which brought an 11-9 record and last-place GCL South finish into the game, it was vindication for itself and a league that considers itself Ohio's best. 'This ranks up there with our big upsets, but we think the schedule we play gets us ready for games like Elder's Thomas SaJ1der (left) tips the ball away from Withrow's Darral this," Elder coach Joe Schoenfeld, Payton Friday at UC's Shoemaker Center. Sander had 10 points and said. 'Two years ago, we beat three 12 rebounds for the Panthers;Payton finished with two points. No. l·ranked teams in the state when Neither team could gain much of a we got to the state finals. We had GCLteamcanseeillinglycatchfirein some· sophomores then who are se- a given year; La Salle finished last in lead, with several offensive spurts on niors now, so they've seen and tl1e league before going on to win the both sides. Withrow raced to an early played in a lot of games .like this." state title in 1996, and Elder did not 9-2lead, but it was 29-28 Withrow at Senior guard Gene Mello led El- win the league's regular season title halftime, then 39-39 after three quarder with 18 points and made a deci- when it finished as state runner-up in ters and 46-46to end regulation. Gentry said Withrow will rememsive steal in overtime. With Elder 2001. · leading 58-55 and Withrow seeking a Withrow, which also has made a ber 2002-03 fondly but obviously tying 3-pointer, Mello stole the ball couple of upstate trips the past dec- sought another ending. ''There was no pressure on us. We witll eight seconds left and was ade, but Tigers coach Steve Gentry fouled. He made both free throws for said the Panthers showed cooler were 9-12 last year," Gentry said. ''We'll look back at this as a good a 60-55 lead, sealing things with 6.7 heads at the end Friday. seconds left. ''They had more composure than year, not a great year. If it's a great Junior forward Thomas Sander us in the last few seconds, like us year, we'd still be playing." had 10 points and 12 rebounds for El- making that turnover, not boxing ·Withrow outrebounded Elder 4741, and made 20 turnovers to Elder's der, and senior forward Bill Poland out, things like that," Gentry.said. had 10 points and sifc rebounds. PoSenior forward Quantez Robert- 17. Withrow shot just 34.3 percent land helped lead Elder to the 2002 sonledWithrowwith16pointsand17 from the field (23-of-67) and Elder hit state football title as a wide receiver. rebounds. Senior guard Brandon just 36.7 percent (22-of-60). Elder advances to play Fairfield at ''We figtired if we hung around Maupin came off the bench tci score .long enough, we could pull it out," · 15 · points, and senior guard Percy 7 p.m. Monday at UC. Elder will.sell tickets at the school office Monday Mello said. "We started slow this Hurt had 10 points. ' year (0-3) with some of the football. Withrow threw its fullcourt pres- from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. guys coming in late, but we lmew we sure at Elder for parts of the night, ELDER {12·9)- Mello 6 518;Janszen 3 0 7; Nienhaus 15 could do something once we all got and the Panthers answered by run- 7; Sander 4 2 10; Poland 4 2 10; Carey 1 0 2; Bujnoch 3 0 6 2214 60. together." ning right with the Tigers. Elder has Totals:WITHROW 120-1)- V/ooos113; Hu•4 210; Robenson 6 2 · Each of the four GCL South oneofitsmoreathleticteams,includ- 16; Pa)'ton· 1 0 2; Peeks 4 0 8; Maupin 7 115; Freeman 0 11. Totals: 23 7 55. schools - Elder, La Salle, Moeller ing Poland soaring in for a follow-up Bder ....................................... 14 14 11 7 14-60 and St. Xavier- has won a Division I slam dunk that gave Elder a 52-48 WHhrow .................................. 10 19 10 7 9-55 3-poinwrs: E·2 (Jariszen, Melto), W-2 (Rotlcrtson 2), state title in the past decade. Any lead with 1:55left in overtime.

tAIRFIEl.O [G-161- K.Wolh' 3 310; Ham>a 2 4 8; Mink 113; Beane 3 210; Har::kw;;n 113; Schrank 10 2; Salisbul}' 7 216; Hall4 0 11: 'Ruhl113. Totals: 23 12 66. KINGS (16-5) - Heaton 1 0 2; Woods 1 0 2; Gayhart8 2 20; Garvin 3 0 7; Wu ·~ers9 3 22; Evans 10 3.-Tota!s: 23 5 56. Fairfield ................................. l7 18 12 19-66 Kings ..................................... 17 18 10 11-56 3'-polntcrs: F 8 (Hall3, Salisbuiy :2, Beane 2, Wolfe), K 5 (Gayhart.2, GalVin, Wal!eiS, E\,ans).

IVh:Ailley 35, Lakota West 34

McAuley won the Division I district championship at Miami University. McAuley advances to the regional semifinals against the winner of ColumCCD ·62, Seven Hills 50 bus Independence/Columbus Cincinnati Country Day Brookhaven on Tuesday at Otwent on a 15-2 nm in the last terbein Colleae. MCAULEY- Hyle ::rb 6, Hinnekamp3 0 6, Frey 21 four minutes of th~ third quar- 5, Masur 3 2 10, Paganelli 3 0 7, Esterkamp 0 11. 14 4 35. ter en route to the Division IV Totals;LAKOTA WEST- Gostlsha 2 2 6, Kaeleigh 215, sectional championship at Yolng2 0 4, Fohl3 o6, Eifen12 4, Ng3 o7, Tybumkll o 2. Totals: 14 5 34. Loveland. McAuley............................... 10 9 4 12-35 The Indians advance to the Lakota West .......................... 14 2 10 8-34 - one-game dislrict tournament 3-pointers: McAuley 3 (Masur 2, Paganelli); Lakota Wast l(Ng), Friday at UD Arena in Dayton against the Dayton Jefferson/ Mt. Notre Dame 83, Franklin Monroe winner. Steven Daly paced CCD with Colerain 38 17 points, and lawrence finMel Thomas scored · 24 ished with 12. points to lead Mount Notre Dame to the Division I district CCD 119-4)- ByerO 11. W•.,rd 1 7 9, Daly 6 517, Gra\'es 2 4 8, lawrence 4 412, lt-onard 2 0 4, Smith 4 title at Miami University. The 2 11. Totals: 19 23 62. Cougars face the winner of SEV£N HILLS (11-111- Ha"is 2 0 6, DeTkson 4 5 13, Sittenfeld 3·i 13, Whipp!~- 114, Tabor 2 0 4, Mercy/Springfield North Balskus 4 0 10. Totals: 16 13 ~U. ceo ............................. :......... 10 11 21 2o-s2 8 p.m. Tuesday at Wright State in the regional semifinals. Seven Hms ............................ 11 12• 6 21-50 3-polnters; ceo 1 {Smith); Se-.:•cn Hills 5 (Harris 2, Whipple, Balskus 2).

New Miami 67, Landmark Christian 53 New Miami outscored No.2 seed Landmark 16-7 in the final quarter to capture a Division IV sectional title at Loveland. Rodney Miller made a pair of free throws with six seconds remaining to seal th~ outcome. The V!kings advance to the district final Friday at UD Arena.

LANDMARK CHRISTIAN (15·81 - ENin 0 2 2, . Richmond 1 D 3, Westbrooks 6 J 15, McGuffey 1 0 2, Da•11s 9 2 22, Snell 3 3 9, Purdy -1 0 3, Shannon 2 2 7. Totals: 23 12 63. · . NEIVMIAMI (13·8!- Robwns I 0 2, Miller 3 210, Trent 8 219, Davidson 4110, Sllwllcy 7 014, Moore 6 0 12. Totals: 29 5 67. Landmark.............................. 13 27 16 7-63 New Miami ............................. 22 11 18 16-67

I COLERAIN- Clifton 0 6 6, Echoles 2 0 6, McAlpin 4 o11, Mahler2 610, CrystaiO 11, Kcsse 2 04. Totals: 10 13 38. MT. NOTRE DAME- Rohlfs 2 2 6, Shipley 4 0 11, McAiarney 4 0 8, Thomas 8 3 24, Jones 6 315, Osborn 3 0 6, Mills 113, Brannen 3 0 6, Bobinski 12 4. Totals: 0 0 0. Colerain............................... 4 11 11 12-38 ML Notre Dame ................... 24 17 26 16-63 3-pointers: Colerain 5 {Echales 2, McAlpin 3); Ml Notre Dame 8 (Shipley 3, Thomas 5).

Regular-season boys Georgetown 63, Greenfield McClain 53 GEORGETOWN 118-41- Dennis 4110, Griffith 4 413, Seesholtz 9 4 22, Helb!ing2 59, Bannlster3 3 9. Totals: 22 17 63. MCCLAIN 115·51- Smith 0 2 2, MontgOmefY 52 15, Hixson 103, Cullom 146, Hulfer 12 4, Mc:Cellain 2 0 4, R,alph 2 o 5, Combs 2 1 5, Carsons 3 3 9. Totals: 17 14 53. Georgetown ........................... 15 14 20 14-63 McClain................................. 13 16 18 6-53 3-pointers: Georgetown 2 (Griffith, Dennis); McClain 5 (Montgom:ry 3; Hixson, Ralph).

135 ; Frank Paparone, Bedford Chanel maj. dec. Kyle Stapleton, C.rlisle 11-1. 145 Jacob-Bryant, Clinton·Massie dec. Matt Fearon, Kirtl~nd 6-3. 152 Curt ThQmpson, Attica Seneca E. dec. Brad Keiser, Cin. Country Day 11-4.

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It's Parcells and Glenn again .~ thls time with Co Green Bay gets draft pick in trade ·for wide receiver The Associated Press

IRVING, Texas- Of the fonuer players coach Bill Parcells could have brought to join him in Dallas, Terry Glenn might have been least likely. Instead, he's the first Parcells traded for the receiver he once derisively called "she," giving up an undisclosed draft pick Friday to the Green Bay Packers.

Glenn restructured his contract, getting a five-year deal tailored to help the Cowboys' salary cap. TI1e Cowboys also re-signed offensive lineman FlozellAdams to a $25 million, five-year contract. His cap figure for the upcoming season could be as low as $2.5 million. Parcells and Glenn have patched up their relationship since Parcells' infan1ous insult "Not only are they on good tenus, they never should have been separated," Glerin's agent, Jin1my Gould, said. 'The 'she' comment was backed up by a true friendship right away." Parcells, then with New Eng-

land, made Glenn the seventh pick· of the 1996 draft, and he responded with 90 catches for 1,132 yards and six touchdowns. Parcellsleftforthe New York Jets, and injuries and off-field troubles limited Glenn to just one more 1,000-yard season. MORE TRADES: StLouis traded runGlenn ning back Trung . Canidate to Washington for guard David I.overne and a fourth-round draft pick Canidate had 595 yards rushing and receiving in 2000 but totaled only 79

yards last season. REDSKINS: Washington signed free agent guard Randy Thomas. A four-year starter with the New York Jets, Thomas agreed to a sevenyear, $28 million deal with a$7 mil-· lion signing bonus. 111!1 Philadelphia traded cornerback Al Harris and a fourth-round picl< in this year's draft to Green Bay for a second-round draft pick. Harris started 21 games since joining the Eagles off waivers from Tampa Bay in 1998. In :five seasons, he had 171 tacldes and seven interceptions and knocked down 41 passes. II Tight end Mark Campbell was

traded by Cleveland to Buffalo for a middle-round draft pick in 2004. Campbell had 46 catches. in 46 games with the Browns. EMMITT'S OPTIONS: Emmitt Smith began his search for a new team after being released Thursday by Dallas after 13 seasons. "Let'sjustsaythere'sbeensome confirmed interest from teams," Werner Scott, Smith's business manager, said Friday. "I think he hasagoodfeelingofthe things he'd like to look at in terms of where his next place of employment will be." BILLS: Linebacker Jeff Posey agreed to tenus with Buffalo after playing for Houston last season.

Tenus were not released. · Posey, a five-year veteran, was _cfedited with 60 tackles, eight '·sacks and two forced fumbles last year: He also had one interception. PATRIOTS: The t~am re-signed long snapper-borne Paxton, who would have been a restricted free agent Paxton, 24,joined the Pattiots in 2000 and has appeared in 51 consecutive games, including three playoff games. STEELERS: Backup tight end Jerame Tuman ·signed a three-year contract. He :finished the last two seasonsasastarterafterinjuriesto Mark Bruener and had 12 catches for 159 yards in four seasons.

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Holiday tournam!ent features top 10 local Division I teams Cincinnati prep virestling fans get their annual Christmas treat Dec. 20-21 with the Southwestern Ohio Wresiling Coaches Association's Holiday Classic at Mason High School. The meet includes the top 10 teams in the Enquirer's Division I area coaches_poll: Lakota West, Lakota East, Harrison, St. Xavier, Fairfield; Moeller, Elder, Colerain, Oak Hills and Hamilton. Three of the top Divisions II-ITI teams also will compete: No.2 ' Purcell Marian, No. 4 Madeira and No.5 Reading. The meet had been held at the College of Mount St. Joseph but moves to Mason this year. There will be 29 teams compet· ing, including eight-time Indiana state champion Mater Dei (Evansville) and Lakeside (Ga.), coached by former Oak Hills wrestler

Randy Hill. Returnii:tg Classic champions include Zach Flake (Lakota West, 130 pounds) and Tony Johnson (Lakota East, 275). Lakota East won last year's team title. PROFILE IN COURAGE: Trenton Elliott nearly died in an accident in May 2000. Two years later, the Lakota East senior football player is coach Greg Bailie's nominee for the annual National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame's Courage Award. Elliott, 5 feet 11 and 216 pounds, · · recovered to become a starting two-way lineman (defensive tackle, offensive guard) for Lakota East this season. "On Memorial Day 2000, his dirt bike had a collision with a drunken four-wheeler," Bailie said. "He flat-lined more than once in the ambulance. His entire face

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reps was crushed, his arm was broken in half, and he had tom tendons in his knee." Elliott has 83 plates and 113 screws from his forehead to tl1e bottom of.his jaw. Told he would never play football again, he was back on the field by his junior year (2001) and was a starter this year. "I played football since I was 5 years old, and looking forward to playing again is what kept me going," Elliott said. ''TI1e fact that he's playing is amazing," Bailie said. "He has more courage and determination than can be imagined." OSU MANIA: Some Ohio high

schools, especially upstate, are switching their Jan. 3 basketball game times so fans can watch · Ohio State's 8p.m. national football title game on TV. Most Cincinnati schools are sticking with their original 7:30p.m. start times. 'There may be a change or two, but I think most people are going with the normal time," said Steve Shuck,•Greater Miami Conference • ! commiSSIOner. VOLLEYBAlL: Bryn Kehoe of St. Ursula is among 10 finalists for Student Sports magazine's national "junior class" volleyball player of the year. The magazine has picked finalists in each class (se• nior, junior, sophomore, freshman). Kehoe, a 5-10 setter, had 1,025 assists and 190 digs and averaged 3.38 blocks per game in helping St. Ursula to a Division I . state runner-up finish. FAST COMPANY: The Greater Catholic League is not the first conference to win two Ohio football championships in one year, e. mailers report. GCL teams Elder

(Division D and Dayton CChaminade-Julieune (Division pulled off that feat two weeks am-o. The Ohio High Schooil Athletic Association does not kee)p such records, but there are other instances, including Warren Western Reserve (AAA) and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (AA) in 1972. Both were members of the Northeastern Ohio Conferenc~. In 2001, the North Coast League produced champions in Lake Catholic (Division liD ap.d St. Peter Chane! (Division V). MOVING UP: Elder jumped four -· places to No. 9. in the lat~st USA Today Super 25 prep football poll after another week of state playoffs around the country. Elder, which won the Ohio Division I championship Nov. 30, \vill await the final USA Today poll Dec. 24. HALL CALLS: Hamilton has an, nounced its annual Hall of Fame class: Bryan Barlow (class of 1980), Tony Blaine (1958), Scott Grevey (1978), Barb Hurley (1982), Mike Marks (1962), Mark

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West's Flake definitely no fluke

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Louisville Mercy rallied for a 7271 victory over Mount Notre Dame, the top team in the Enquirer's Division I girls coaches poll. Mercy trailed by 19 points enteringthesecondhalfbeforehanding the Cougars their first loss of the season. Junior guard Laura Rather led Mercy with 15 points and senior Lauren Parrish added 14. Mel Thomas led all scorers with 23 points for Mt Notre Dame.

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1111 Northwest seeks head coaches for football and volleyball. can athletic director Rich Craig, 742-6372, or email cralri®nwtsd.org. II Withrow seeks a girls varsity soccer coach. Call AD Steve Castator, 533~5753, or mail resume to 2488 Madison Road, Cincinnati OH 45208.

Girls basketball

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Mai-tin (1983), Wmston Metcalfe (1925), Dick Nelson (1946), Cash Powell (1948), Ron Sutton (1966), Harold "Buster'' Treinen (1946), JimmyWaguer (1946),Jack · Young (coach) and Dot Smiley Zaragoza (1981). II Diln Purcell, girls basketball coach at Badin, has been inducted into the Butler County Sports Hall of Fame. Purcell, in his 14th year as Badin coach, has won more than 200 games including the 1998 Division II state title. REPORT STATS: Boys varsity swimming coaches should report weekly honor rolls to Milford coach Gary Tameris via e-mail to mast@spsp.net. Girls varsity swim coaches should report weekly honor rolls to Turpin. coach Rene Contino at amcrec@aol.com. CLASSIFIEDS:

State runner-up showing top form

N. COLLEGE HILL (3·2, 2·2 MVCI-L Johnson 1 0 2, S. Johnson 0 11, Miller 9 5 25, Howard 0 11, Flynn 4 311. · Totals: 15 9 41. SEVEN HILLS (8-0, 5·0 MVCI- Burton 10 2, McGraYI 5 2 12, Mcllwraith 6 12 24, Mirkopulos 1 o 2, 11\Vin 2 1 5, Hervss 2 a 6, Kahle 1 0 2. Totals: 1815 53. 3-pointe!S: NCH 2 (Miller 2); SH 2 (HeiVas 2),

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McNicholas 71, CHCA 61

Practicing against two-time state champion and former teammate Matt Mcintire the past three seasons has prepared Lakota West senior wrestler Zach Flake for a state title run. A runner-up to Lakewood St. Edward's Ryan Lange at 130 pounds in the 2002 state meet, (.MERCY (2·11· Mehr 4 2 13, Rather 6115, Darnell! Flake has only one goal this sea!3,Uianowski146,Parrish7014,Kittei146,Hardy35]1, son - wiuning the 135-pound Willlnger204.Totars:251772. MT. NOTRE DAME (3·11- Rohlfs 3 2 9, Shipley 2 0 G. • championship. . -Osbom_l,_1 :4, Holth_aus,2A...8,..Brar1Clen.3._6 J~.Jhomas 8..5.-.---:--JlOIDtS'"_____,_ ---------,-------~--o-~~,~c---=-o- , 23, BobinsKI! 0 2, Jones 2.3 7. TotalS: 22 21 71. MCNICHOLAS- Budde 0 2 2, Thomas -"'··1·--k- ~ FlaRe waEi7"Iinpressrve -· sanrr"' 3-polnters: t.. Mercy2 (Mehr, Rather); Mt Notre Dame 5 27, Branson 2 711, Alldred 3 3 9, Cheek 1 0 2, day, pinning Tony Bradberry in (Rohlfs, Shipley, Osbom, Thomas 2). 14. Totals: 22 24 71. CHCA (3·21- T. Bankston 50 11, B. Bankston 0 2 2, 2:55 to lead the No. 1-ranked FirePeters 5113, Humphrey 3 0 S,James 4 311, Dubbs 5112, Johnson 3 0 6. Totals: 25 7 61. birds to a 54-15 home victory over Seton 55, Oak_Hills 36 3-polnters: McNicholas 1 (Clark}; CHCA-4-(T.--Bankston, · No.4 Fairfield. Peters 2, Dubbs). Senior forward Elise Meyer 'That loss in the finals is my scored 14 points as Seton upset driving force this year," Flake Oak Hills, the No.5 team in the Badin 73, Fenwick 31. said. "Also, my little brother Lauren Gersbach made six 3Enquirer's Division I poll. (Alex) is on the team and I'd like poiriters, tying the school singleAmy Schiller had nine points to help him. My only goal this and Kathleen Kenney eight for the game record, and finished with 24 year is to win it." Saints. Amanda Sauers scored 13 points to lead the Rams, the No. 4 West coach Scott Fetzer has team in the Enquirer's Divisions lipoints to lead the Highlanders. no doubts that Flake will achieve N area coaches poll. Undsay Pfil:. SJrrON (1-41- Welch 12 4, Childers 0 11, Frank 0 11, his goal. man had 20 points for Badin. Hoffmeyer 2 0 4, Martin 1 0 2, Murray 2 0 5, "Zach's style follows that of Schwendenmann 10 2, Mamell13 5, Meyer7 014, Schiller The Cincinnati Enquirer/BRAND! STAFFORD 3 3 9, Kenney 3 18. Totals: 211155. BADIN 13·3 1·01- Gersbach 8 2 24, Pfirm·an 7 5 20, Matt because of practicing everyOAK HILLS (3·21 - Bruder 1 0 2, Sauers 5 3 13, Massey 2 3 7, Fieherer 3 a 6, Beckett3 0 6, Marner 113, McNicholas' Lauren Branson drives to the basket as Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy's Brittnee Jefferson 1 0 2, Cain 3 1 7, Proctor 0 7 7, Woodrey 1 0 3, Riegert 0 2 2, Jackson 1 0 2, Wooten 1 0 2, McCoy a11 day," Fetzer said. 'They were . Esplch 1 0 2. Totals: 12 11 36. Totals: 2614 73. Bankston defends during Saturday night's game at CHCA. McNick won 71-61. good friends, but neither wanted 3-polnters: Seton 2 (Murray, Kenney); -Oak Hills t FENWICK (3-31-Stonecash 4 0 9, Fiden 10 3, Downs (Woodrey). 419, Berns 2 0 4, Bukosl<y 2 0 4, M. McGom 0 2 2. Totals: to lose to the other. Zach was one 13 3 31. 3, Caruso 0 3 3. Totals: 512 23. Totals: 13 3 30. 3-pointers: Indian Hill 3 {Tepe, Johnson, Reising}; 3-polnters: Fenwick 2 (Stonecasll, Fiden); Badin 7 of the few kids iii the Ohio who ANDERSON (3·3,2·3 FAVCBIGelvin 10 2, lupanello Mariemont 3 (Kauffmann 2, Safford). lANDMARK (5·11G"gory 216, Oliver S 0 lO,Jaeger {Gersbach 6, Pfinnan) Glen Este 48, Mason ll could go with Matt (who had a 4 010, Moore2 04, Deeds 6 517, Gruber319, Davis 20 4, 3·polnters: McClain 6 (Cameron 2, Hull4). 8 218, Sebastian 8 422, Snell215, Bourne l 0 2. Medley 1 Kelly 2 0 4, Miller 0 11, Williams 1 0 2. Totals; 21 7 53. 0 2. Totals: 27 8 65. 157-6 career record)." 3-pofnters:Turpln 1(Woodward); Anderson o1 {lupariello 3·polnters: Deer Park 1 (Dryer); Landmaril.: -3 {Sebastian Senior guard Sam Riley scored 2, Grego~). · 2. Gruber 2). One of the hardest workers Purcell Marian 75, 20 points to lead Glen Este ow~r Kings 81, Ross 43 that Fetzer has coached in 18 Senior guard Lauren Fox Mason, the No.9 team in the Ert· Williamstown 25 Colerain 69, McAuley 68, OT ·Cincinnati Christian 46, years, Flake anives at school bequirer's Division I area coaches scored 17 points, including five 3COLERAIN (NAI - Burage 1 0 2, Echofes 8 1 22, fore 7:10a.m. classes to run about pointers, to lead the Knights, ranpoll. McAlpin 5013, Lies 1 a 2, Mahler 10 7 28, Green 0 1·1, Troy Christian 38 PURCELL MARIAN (4-31- Kennedy I D 2, Simpson 1 D two miles with some teammates. 0 11. Totals: 2610 69. Riley scored eight of. her 20 ked No.9 in the Enquirer's Divi- 3, Hale 4 0 8, Finnell15 5 36, Schuckman 3 0 6, Tracy 50 CliftonMCAULEY TROY CHRISTIAN {3-4) -Williams 113.. VanSl:oy 4 3 (0·31- Kemme3 0 6, Hyle 102, Hinnekamp 10, White 3 0 6, HaNey 2 0 4. Totals: 34 5 75. 12, Weisenbarger 5 212, Magin 3 0 6, Gyetrai: '0 3 3, Witils 1 He is undefeated in six match113, Raek 4 o8, Frey 51123, Paganelli 12 4, Bova 1 o2, points in the fourth quarter, when sions II-N area coaches poll. WILUAMSTOWN (2-51 - Cason 2 1 5, Bowen 4 0 8, 0 2. Totals: 14 9 38. Masur4 514, Jones 14 6. Totals: 2123 68. es after going 40-4 last season, Vinson 2 0 5, Brumback 3 1 7. Totals: 112 25. CIN. CHRISTIAN (5·11Baysore 4 0 8, f';oncock 2 0 4, the Trojans outscored the Comets 3-polnters: M 3 (Frey 2, Masur); c ., (Echores 5, 3-polnters: PM 2 (Simpson, Flnnell); Williamstown 1 Mr:Aipin, Mahler) ROSS (NAI -Weisbecker! 0 2, Abbott3 o7, Roberrs 4 Bel:ker 3 3 10, COnlon 1 0 2, Emerson 4 0 8. lowe 4 412, and has 118 career victories. 19-5. Zellers 1 o2. Totals: 19 7 46. 716, Connaughton 12 4, Rice 6 012, lynch 102. Totals: 16 (Vinson). 3-pointers: Troy Christian 1 (VanScoy); C!in. Christian 1 "Running in the morning isn't a 9 43. {Becker). KINGS (5-2, 2·2 FAVCCI- Selasl<y 10 2, Feldmeyer5 MASON (3-2, 3-lFAVC.B) -lzurieta 0 2 2: Hamp~''' requirement, but the kids have Princeton 54, Hamilton 45 2 13, Simmons 1 0 2, Halbersleben 4 4 12, Algie 4 2 10, Summit 63, New Miami 14 1 02; taKas 50 12; Mills 419; Lower 2 2 6; Totals: 12 5 3l, Nowel3 2 8, Prince 2 0 4, Bryant 6113, Fox 6 0 17. Totals: seen the results," Fetzer said. PRINCETON (5·11 Davis 3 2 10. McNamara 3 0 6, GlENESTE(5-1,3·0FAVC.B)- Unk 12 4;Thomas0 1 NEW MIAMI- Friend 4 0 8,·Daniets 10 2, Upps 1 0 2, Watldns 2 3 7, Bridge 1 0 3, Smith 103, B. Dowdy 5111, C. CCD 43, Lockland- 39 1; Riley 6 5 20; Gee 2 410; Appleton 11-3; Teski 3 41(1. 321181. Ritchie 1 0 2. Totals: 7 0 14. 3-pointers: Ross 2 (Abbott, Roberrs): Kings 6 "Zachjs a machine. He's intense Dowdyl 0 2, Duncan 4 0 8, Peterson 2 0 4. Totals: 22 6 54. Totals: 1317 48. SUMMIT 11·5, 1·3 MVCI-Shumnck2 711, Twombly 3 (Feldmeyer, Fox 5). CCO- Dqan 1 0 2, Schncider2 a4, Wood~ 4 213, Geier HAMILTON 12-4) - DeLong 3 2 8, Riegert 2 1 7, 3-polnteJS: Mason 2 (lakas2); Glen Este 5 (Riley 3, Gc!l the entire match. Opponents had 0 6, Taylor 113, Frisbie 6 2 17, Teny 4 2 10, Dato 1 0 2, 215, Vier11rg 31 7, Anvoils 1 0 2, Buechner::= 0 6, Seward 1 Marshall2 0 4, Henry 10 2, Benison 53 13, Williams 3 0 6, 2). Johnson 317, Jantsch 3 17. Totals: 2314 63. 2 4. Totals: 17 6 43. better be ready to go the full six Moore 2 15. Tota!s: 18 7 45. 3-pointers: Summit3 {Firsbte 3). LOCKLAND (1·5, MVC 1·3)- Bal!~au 1 -l 3, Crockett2 3-pointers: Princelon 4- (Davis 2, Bridge, SmiU1); Goshen 67, Loveland 58 3-pointers: Cl!nton~Massie 3 (King, Davis, Dabe); 04, Acus03 3,Johnson 6 315, L Urton 3 3 9, Straus 215. minutes." Hamilton 2 (Riegert 2). Seven Hills 53, Stivers 3 (Collins 2, Lattimore}. GOSHEN (6-D, 3·0 FAVCCI - Marsh 3 2 8, Jones 5 3 Totals: 141139. Although Flake has received 15, Tedrlck 7 9 23, Wainscott 2 0 6, Brock 0 3 3, Goodwin 14 3-pointers: CCD 3 (Woods 3). 6, Gallimore 2 2 6. Totals: 20 23 67. numerous college offers, he has North College Hill 41 Winton Woods 6:1, Harrison 41 LOVELAND (5·2, 2·1FAVCCI - SUer3 0 8, Mays 12 4, Northwest 59, Amelia 40 elected not to sign early. Partin 3 2 9, Gage 3 0 6, Gruver 8 4 20, Kennedy 4 3 11. WJNTON WOODS (4-2, 2·1 FAVC Bl - Brown 4 19, Tyler Mcllwraith scored 24 Totals: Ursuline 40, NORTHWEST (3-4, 3-11- Maher4 3 11, Peters 215, 22 1158. Glover 2 0 4, Olgletree 15 7, Thomas 3 1 7, Davis 1 0 2, Saturday's outcome was never 3-pointers: Goshen 4 (Jones2, Wainscott); loveland 3 . Sullivan 0 7 7, Cross 3 0 6, Swedersky 3 0 6, Bewley 2 59, points as Seven Hills, ranked third Logan 6 6 19, McCurdy 53 13. Totals: 2316 61, Bright 4 4 12, D.Meister 0·3 3. Totals: 18 23 59. Centerville 28 (Stier,2, Partin). in doubt after Lakota West took a HJlRRISON !2·2, 1·21Helcher 12 4, Brooks 4 313, in the Enquirer's Divisions II-N arAMELIA (Ow6, 0·3 FAVC.BuckeyeJ - Pinnan 2 15. Schutte 1 o 3, Wegman 2 04, Broering1 o 2, Deaton 5 212, Smith 2 0 5, Taylor 1 0 2, Patterson 3 1 7, Bums 2 1 5, 24-0 lead. Fairfield scored its first ea coaches po11, defeated No. 5 Johnson 1 0 3. Totals: 15 7 41. 3 0 7, Eli 1 0 2, Grncllek 3 1 7. Tolals; 17 4 40. CENTERVILLE (4,31 -Gaughran 3 0 6, Eggers 12 4, 3-pointers: Wmton Woods 1 (Logan); Harrison 4 {Brooks 65, Indian Hill 49 Kolenskl points when Indians heavyweight 3-pointers: Amelia 2 (Smith, Kolenski). North College Hill to remain un· Mariemont Beals 2 0 4, Holdsworth 10 2, R:chaske 1 0 2. Striplin 9 2 2, 2, Schutte, Johnson). INDIAN HILL (4-3, CHL1·21- Dunham 10 2, Reising 1 Minch 2 2 6, Kilign1 0 2. Totals: 11 6 28. Chris McKendry pinned Firebeaten this season. 03, Tepe 7 7 22,Johnson 1 o 3, von letlman 12 4, Pederson URSULJNE(4-3)- S. Moellerl2 4, Hickey I 0 2, Bove 4 6 3 15. Totals: 1712 49. birds sophomore Ben Reinhardt 311, Brandel15 7, Obert33 9, Wolfe 10 ~\ Staun 215. Anderson 53, Turpin 23 Michele Miller scored 25 points Landmark 65, Deer Park 30 Totals: 13 14 40. MARIEMONT (4-3, 2w2) -Bodnar 0 S 3, Kauffmann 4 in 5:22. 10 20, McCracken 5 515, Feie3 a 6, Martin 3 2 8, Fisher 10 TURPIN {0·5, 0·3 FAVCBJ- Harmon 113, Cummings 1 3-pointers: None. for North College Hill. DEER PARK- Kellam 0 2 2, Langen 419, Dryer 3 0 7, 2 4, Meirose 0 11,Jaworek"02 2, Rsher2 3 7, wo·odward 10 2, Safford 12 5, Moone 2 2 6. Totals: 19 24 65. Another Weststateplacer, 145Sager 1 0 2, Houston 2 0 4, Webb 1 0 2, Duerbeck 2 0 4. pounder Max Dean (committed to Indiana)' also turned in an impressive effort, pinning Fairfield's Kenton Speed in 4:56. "Max was named an All-American after qualifying to nationals during the summer in ireestyle," Fetzer said. "Zach (Flake) also qualified but couldn't attend due to family commitments." Andrew Monk, fifth at districts K~nnedy 10 3, Ncstheidi 13 5, Wagner4311,Ammerman 6 (1-4, 1·31- K. Wolfe 2 3 7, Hanna 113, v....m.................................... 6 23 13 23 -ss MinkFAIRFIELD The Ci1lci1ltzati Enquirer 50 10, Beane 10 2, Hackman 4110, SalisbUJy 4 010. 215, WulfecK2 510, &penbeckl a 3, Muck2 0 6, Wachs 14 Summit CD 62, last season and an alternate at the Reading ................................... 10 13 17 24-64 6, Votel2 0 4. Totals: 24 19 72. Totals: 17 5 42 McNICHOLAS (0·51- Dyment 2 610, Ham ilion 4 0 8, state meet, also performed well. Fairfield..................................... 9 16 6 11-42 versailles 10 (Silapple, Gehle 3, Shardo 6); Cincinnati Country Da~1 52 McCune 5111, StamperS 5 20, Hughes 10 3, Ronow 12 4, Junior guard Ben Shappie I-Jlit 3-pointers: Reading 5 (Hammersmith 2, ~erter2, Aden). Sycamore................................... 10 15 7 8-40 Voppelll3. Totals: 20 15 59. Competing at 152 pounds,-Monk CCD (4-2, 2·2 MVCI- Byer 4111; Dal1•c:S 217: Graves3 two free throws with five seconds 3-pointers: Fairfield 3 (Hackman, Salisbul}' 2); Sycamore 3 C<>v. Calh ................................... 11 23 17 21-72 19; la'f:rence 1 02; Anderson 4 09; Howarc2 04. Totals: 19 pinned Brandon Parker in 3:12 for (Kimmey 3). 4 52. left, giving Versailles a 65-64 victo· McNicholas ..................-........... _, 13 16 18 12-59 SUMMIT CD 13·1, 3-1 MVCI - Cun:·dngham 0 5 5; a 6-0 lead that the Firebirds never 3·pointers: CC 7 (Middendorf, Kennedy; Ammerman, ry over Reading, the fifth-ranked Princeton 74, Lakota East 67 Falcom 7 116; Heck 1 0 2; Schmidt 1 0 3; ~mslander 1 0 2; relinquished. Wulfec:k, Erpenbeck, Muck 2}; M 4 (Stamper 3, Hughes), Trautmann 4 08; Cheatham 5 313; Tieman -4 213. Totals: 23 Sophomore center Ross Morin Lockland 56, . team in the Enquirer'sDivisions li1162.. ' "We're now healthy and ready CCD............................................ 12 12 16 12-52 led the undefeated Vlkings with 21 Cincinnati- Christian 47 N coaches poll, on Saturday. to go," Fetzer said. Mariemont 79, 5CD .......................................... 11 21 10 20-62 Gordon Hammersmith sank a 3- points and 11 rebounds. LOCKLAND {1~3)- Pettyjohn 2 0 6, Godby 3 0 7, Gibson 3-pointers: CCD 8 (Byer2, Daly 3, Graves 2, Aliderson); SCD lAKOTA EAST (NA, 1·3 GMCI- Sallee 5 0 10, Veal! 0 103, Cotlins8021, Farley6214, Grissom 215. Totals: 223 pointer to cut Reading's deficit to 2, Kester 3 2 9, Hlll9 3 26, Dews 7 2 16, Donnelly 12 4. 56. 5 (fa Ieoni 1, Schmid_t 1, Tieman 3.). 103-Fox (lW) by forfeit; 112-Showman (F) d. Touris Clermont Northeastern 60 7-3; 119-A.Aake (lW) d. Willcocks B-7; 125-Hart (lW) d. 26 9 67. one, but time expired before the Totals:PRINCJrrON !IARIEMONT (3·21 - SIO!I 2 0 4, Raines 6 0 12, CIN. CHRISTIAN (2·21- Giflens 318, Tnomas 7119, Johnson 8-5; 130-Salyers (F) p. Neal4:38; 135-Z.flaKe (5·0, 4-01- Johnson 4 3 11, Williams 5 5 Hauer 0 2 2, liWejohn 4 2 10, Davenport 13 5, Moon 1 0 3. Bomnger1 o3, crasen D11, srown 13 o26, Dougras 4 313, Madel'ra 57, Purcell Marl'an 50 p. Bradberry 2:55; 140-6utman (LW) p. Young 2:15; 15, Carey40 10, Nelson 113, oorris5212, E. Mor1n102, R. Blue Devils could call a timeout. Donovan 4 0 8, Reid 1 0 2, Ballinger 0 55, Phillips 2 0 5. Tolills: 16 9 47. 145-Dean (lW) p, Sneed 4:56; !52-Monk (lW) p. Parker · Morin 8 5 21. Totals: 28 16 74 . Lockland................................... 13 10 17 16 -56 Eric Clemons, who scored 24 Lakota 3:12; 160-Hartman"(LW) d. Bradberry 6-3; 171-J.Riha East ............................... 12 17 15 23-67 Totai~:J~~Ji:r NORTHEASTERN INAI _ Jones 4 1 !1, PURCELL r.IARIAN (0·51-Smith 4 213, Finnell 5012, (LW) d. Michetti 6-2; 189-B.Riha (lW) p. Hambrtck 2:43: points and grabbed nine rebounds, Princeton .................................. 19 17 21 17-74 Cin. Christian............................. 8 .14 14 11-47 Oliver 2 o 1'1, Stetson 2 4 8, Shepherd 1S 9, Riley 7 3 18, Suer2 06, Mason205, Pharrls30 6, Butter408:Totals: 20 215-Riehard (LW) p. Moore 3:35; HI'II-McKcnd~ p. 3-pointers: LocKland 9 (Pettyjohn 2, Godby,_ Gibson, Collins Runyon 2 2 6, Dietrich 1 0 2, Jeffer 0 2 2. Totals: 1918 60. 2 50MADEIRA (5-0) -SchyJein 4110, Rust 113, Steur3 0 3-pointers: Lal\ota East6 (Kester, Hlll5,): Princeton a (Carey Reinhardt 5:18. --led Reading. 5}; Cin. Christian 6 (Gi!lens, TI10mas 4, Moon). Clennont Northeastern.............. 15 18 12 15 -60 7, Gilligan 3 o 6, Heisel 2 2 6, Reynolds 2 0 5, love 0 2 2, 2). The Rockets, ranked No. 2 in the Enquirer's Divisions II-N coaches poll, sank 10 of 18 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off CHCA Lauren Branson made five of six and Betsey Clark three of six in the fourth quarter. Clark finished with 27 pom' . ts and Brans 0 n added , 11• Abbe Peters led CHCA With 13

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Ternisha Bankston scored 13 points and handed out 10 assists, St. Bernard 57, New Miami 1B MIAMIIl-13, O.U MVC) ·Friend 1 0 2, McCotm powering Cincinnati Hills Chris- 10 2,NEW Daniels 2 2 6, Johnson 1 0 2, Ritchie 2 2 a Totals; /4 tian Academy to a 46-35 upset of 18. ST. BERNARD (6-8, 4-6 MVCI - Lumpkins 3 2 B No.1 Seven Hills Wednesday. Elliott I 0 2, McPartlin 4 0 10, Edwa!ds 5111, Hendricks 1ci Silva 4 210, Ellis I 0 2, Simos 2 o 4, Burkhanl112 1, CHCA broke open the game in 2,Pratl1er 2 0 4. Totals: 24 7 57. ""'Miami.......................... 3 il 7 0-18 the second quarter, outscoring the SL Beman!........................ 18 17 8 14-57 previouslv unbeaten Stingers 12-1. 3-polnters: St Bernard 2 (McPartlin 2).

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Men's semifinals: No. 9 Andy Roddick vs. No. 31 Rainer Schuettler; No. 2 Andre Agassi vs. Wayne Ferreira. Women's semifinals: No. 1 Serena Williams vs. No. 4 Kim Clijsters, late; No. 2 Venus Williams def. No. 5 Justine Henin-Hardenne 6-3, 6-3. Wednesday: Men - Roddick def. El Aynaoui 4-6, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-4, 2119; Schuettler def. Nalbandian, 6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-0. Women- Clijsters def. Myskina, 6-2, 6-4; S. Williams def. Shaughnessy 6-2, 6-2.

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SEVEN HillS (13-1, 10.1 MVC)- Burtlln 10 2, Deokcr 11 3, Mcllwreith ~ 5 18, Mlrkopolus 2 0 4, Irwin 1 0 2, McHugh I D 2, HeNas I 03, Kahle 0 II. Totals: 12 7 35. CHCA 113-3, 10-1) • l Bankston 3 7 13, Peters I 0 2, Humphrey5112,James 5111, Dubbs 2 D6, B. Johnson I 0 2. Totals: 17 9 46. Seven HIUs ....,_;..,_,___,.. , 9 I 13 11-35 CHCA ...................._,_,;,,,, 7 12 IS 12-46 3-polnters: SH 4 (Mcl!wraith 3, Her.ras): CHCA 3 (Humphrey, Dubbs 2).

NCH 53, Lockland 4

21-19 triumph lasted 4 hours, 59 just minutes. The fifth set was the lon19 in gest in the Open era (which started ~ach in 1968), taking 2:23 alone - or 21 minutes longer than Andre Agas:was si's quarterfinal victory over Sebas:eed- tien Grosjean lasted in its entirety. "I know I wasn'tfarfrorn winning p-ew that match," said El Aynaoui, who itch, upset No. 1 Ueyton Hewitt in the ion't· fourth round. g to "fro a bit qisappointed, butl had .t we a great tournament." lown And the 18th-seeded Moroccan's hare stay ended with a superb match. He had more winners than Roddick, 64, 107-102. But that edge was erased I.

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Taft 90, SCPA 38 SCPA ll·U) ·Mason 10 2, Gaines 3 210, McWhorter 3 08, Alicia 10 2, Crittend0n2 0 5,Jungkunz2 0 4. Burnes 2 0 5, Grace 0 2 2. Totals: 14 4 38. TAFT (5-81- White 1 0 3, Byrd I 0 2, Gray 2 3 7, Davis 9 2 22, Huff 1 a 2, Donald 10 2 22, Blanchard 10 o 20, Hening 50 12. Totals: 39 7 90. SCPA .................................... 10 10 7 . 9-38 17 37-90 3-pointers: SCPA 6 (Gaines 2, McWhorter 2, Crittendon, Burns); Tan 5 (White, Davis 2, Herring 2).

lOCKlAND (2·12, 2·7 MVC) -Adkins 10 2, Acus 10 2. Totals: 2 0 4. NCH 110.3, 7·3MVCJ • LJohnson 1 o 2, s. Johnson 2 04, Mlller419, Hotcllkiss103, Dukes3 3 9, Fantettl30 7, Flyrin B 117, JackSon -1 o 2. Totals: 23 5 53.

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Harmony 87, Hillcrest 45

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ROSS 15-61-Welsbrecker7115, Shaw 3 o 6; Abbott3 3 11, BuHach I 0 2, Roberts 3 2 8, Hei!Dn 1 0 2, Connaughton 1 0 2, Rice 10 2, lynch 8 2 18. Totals: 28 8 66. FINNEVlliWN (3·12) ·Bond 5 111, Gardlik 6 3 15, Hosmer 2 0 4, Reimer 8 117, Schmidt 1 0 3. Totals: 22 5

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Taylor 57, Jacobs 48 by unforced errors: ElAynaoui had · 50. TAYLOR 14-71 - Strcckfuss 4 2 11, Bonner 3 o 7, Ross..................-............ 14 13 16 23-66 ·55, Roddick 31- amazingly low totals given the match's length. Both players served exceedingly well, combining for 52 aces and getting broken just three times each. The best showmanship carne at 19-all in the final set. Roddick relinIn2002the Vlkingswenl:7-3 and By Tom Groeschen quished his racket, encouraging a narrowly missed the playoffs, h11t The Cincinnati Enquirer ball boy to try to return ElAynaoui's quarterback Mike Daniels w"s serve. Going along with the joke, El Scott Miltenberger announced named first-team all-state and E:7~­ Aynaoui gave his racket to another Wednesday that he is retiring as quirer/Channel 9 Player of the ball boy, and the kidshitafewshots Princeton High School football Year. · coach, one ofthecity'srnostprized back and forth. Princeton has not named a re"I think that was a really cool moprep coaching jobs. placement for Miltenberger and · Miltenberger, 53, led Princeton will open the job to both inside and ment," Roddick said. ''Whatever crazy number we were at, still kept football back to prominence in outside candidates. four years as head coach. The prosome humor about the game." "Coach Miltenberger brought El Aynaoui didn't think it was gram won three Ohio state cham· back the Princeton pride," Princegamesmanship - but he was bropionships (1978, '83, '87) before a ton athletic director Scott Kaufken right after. Two games later, it brief decline in the mid-1990s. Mil· man said. "It will be tough to rvewas all over. tenberger was named Southwest place him." District coach of the year in 2001, When the match e,nded, Roddick Miltenberger went 23-19 in four dropped to his knees and bowed. when Princeton made the Ohio Di· years as head coach, including 1S"7 The players met at the met, hugged vision 1 playoffs for the first time the past two seasons. He h11s and held their linked hands aloft. since 1993. logged more than 30 years of

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Andres 1 0 2, Moerleln 1 2 5, Hartmann 4 0 11, Baird. 114, Fox B 117. Totals: 22 6 57. JACOBS 15·81- Mincy 50 10, Grigsby 40 10, Kaiser I 0 2, Smith 2 15, Emsrt 5 414, Pringle 0 11, Jarmon 3 0 6. Totals: 20 6 48.

HARMONY IU·2l • M. Holmes 10 2 22, English 50 10, Gray 1 0 2, Feagin 1 0 2, CHolmes 3 o 6, Gastnn 14 6; BaKer6113, Downs 113, CO:t3 0 6, Lnwe4210, Anderson 1 0 2, Forte 11 3, Harrison 1 0 2. Totals: 38 11 87. HILLCREST· Kelly 1 0 3, Sharp 2 3 7, Acoff 1 0 3, Shearer 2 5 9, Holloway 3 0 6, Craddock 0 11, Shinkle 2 2 6, Rader 1 0 2, Patillo 2 2 6. Totals: 14 13 45. · Hannony................................. 19. 32 23 13-87

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Even more intriguing is the possibility for Kentucky to "rent" a race from New Hampshire, which France said could happen if New Hampshire owner Bob Bahre were willing to take one of his races to Kentucky for a set number ofyears. "We have to go out and find a horne ourselves," Cassis said. "Ifs up to Jerry (Carroll) and his group to look at what we can do with this opportunity." Carroll spoke with investors by telephone Wednesday. "Our people got into this with the understanding that we're in it for the long run, to work our way to acquiring a Winston Cup race," Car-

roll said. "Now we are looking at dif. waiting for Cup races. ferent options, such as who would If Kentucky were awarded a we merger with." Wmston Cup race, the facility Wmston Cup is NASCAR's pre- would have to expand from its seat· mier racing class, with well-known ing capacity of 66,000 to 100,000 drivers such as Jeff Gordon, Dale and double its luxury suites to 100. Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart. Cassis said the success of the The Meijer 300, Kentucky's Busch 2003 season is critical for Kentucky race, has sold out both years at to appear attractive as a potential Kentucky. Wmston Cup location. The facility Atlanta Motor Speedway often will host four race weekends this does not sell out, which is a reason summer, highlighted by the Busch why it mightlose its race. Atlanta Series raceJune 14 and the Belter· and Lowe's Motor Speedway are · ra Casino Indy 300, an Indy Racing both SMI tracks. North Carolina League race, Aug.17. Speedway and Darlington are owned by ISC; which already has two tracks, California and Kansas,

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Friday's Games

Phoonlx at Orlando 7 p m Seattle at Indiana, 7 p.m. Denver at Boston, 7·30 p m Sacmmento at Atlanta, 7.30 p m Dallas at New Yo!~<, 7 30 p m. wastungton at Chlca~. B p m l A Clippers at Minnesota, 8 p m. DetrOit at Houston, 8·30 p m Portlund at New Orleans, S.SO p.m. San Antonio at Utah, 9 p m. New Jersey at LA lakers, 10 30 p m

NBA boxes WEDNESDAY BUCKS 106, cnncs 97 MILWAUKEE (106)-Thomas 2-7 o 0 5, Mason 2 1\ 4-5 8, Johnson 1~1 0-0 2, Cassell6-15 2-214 Allen 13·23 a 3 34, Ollie 4-5 1-2 9, Kukoc 3 6 2 2 11, Redd 6-10 1-1 16, Caffey J.4 1·2 7 Totals 40o7514-17106. BOSTIIN (97)-Brawn 2·B 1·2 5, EWilliams 3-8 3·4 9, Baker 1·2 IJ.-1 2, Bremer 5-12 3-4 1B, P1erce 10·:24 9-9 30, McCsrtyB-171 222, Delk2 5 0 0 5, long 0·0 0-D 0, BaWe 2·2 2·2 6. Totals 33-7B 19·24 97. Milwaukoe ....... 33 23 28 22-106 Boston ....... -... 26 28 22 21-97 3 Po:nt Goals~Milwaukee 12·24 (Allen 5-9, Kukoc3-5, Redd 3 5, Thomas 1-2, Cassell 0-3), Boston 12-32 (Bremer S..9, McCarty 5·11, Delk 1-3, Pierce 1 6, EWilliams 0 I. Brown 0·2). PACERS 101, IW'fORS 98 TORONTO {98)-Peterson 3·7 2·3 S,J.WIIl•ams 5·6 4-714 oavrs 619 2 514,lenard 7-173-319, A. Williams 0-10 5-517, Hunter4-10 2-412, McCoy 2-71·4 5, Alston3 62-2 9, Brown 0·2 0·00. Totals 36-84 21·33 98 INDIANA (101)-Artest2-7 6·810, O'Neal7-14 4·5 18, 8 Miller 5 10 2-4 12, R.MIIIer 5·12 3-416, Tinsley 3-& 2·2 9 HamngtOn 3-7 1-1 7, Mercer 5-9 o o 10, sutokland 7-114-419, J.FosteriJ.-3 0-0 0 Totals 37./9 22 28101. Toronto ..... ,..... 28 24 19 27-98 Indiana ........... 19 23 26 33-101 3-Poln~Goals-Toronto 5-14 (Hunter2-4, Lenard 2·5 Alston 1-2, A W1Uiams 0 1, Peterson 0 2}, lndl ana's-13 (ri,Mllter3-7, Tinsley 1-1, Strickland 1·3, Ar· test0·2) MAGIC 94, BULLS 91 CHICAGO (911-Rose 8·19 9·10 28, Ma~hall 2-3 0-0 4, Chandler 5-7 0 510, HasseiiHIJ.-1 B. Crawford 1 '/3-4 5, Fizer 7-17 3-317, Brunson 7-10 2-2 11, curlY 0 2 0 0 0, Robmson 1-2 0·0 2 Holberg 0-1 0·1 0, Blount 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 35 75

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Rainer SchueWer (31), Germany, def Dav1d Nalbandian (10), Argentina, 6 3, 5 7, 6 1, 6 Q, Andy Roddick (9), Umted States, def Younes B Aynaoul {18), Morocco. 4-6, 7-6{5), 4-6,6-4,21-19

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Michael Uodra and Fabrlce Santoro (8), France, def. JeffCoetzeeandChns Haggard (12), SouthAfrlca, 6-2, 4·6, 7-5 Doubles Quarterfinals ' Mark Knowles, Bahamas and Danlel Nestor (1), Canada, def Albert Portas and Tommy Robredo, Spain 6 1, 6-3. Gaston Etlls and Martin Rodnguez (16}, Argent! na, def LeanderPaes,lndla,and David Rlki(9),Czech Republic, 6 3, 6 3. Women Singles Semlllnals Venus Wlllrams (2), Umted States dcf. Justine Henln Hardenne (5), Belgium, 6-3, 6-3 Singles Qnarlerfinals Kim Clr;sters (4}, Belgium def Anastasia Mysklna {8), Russia, 6-2, 6 4 Serena WIHlams {1), united States, de f. Meghann Shaughnessy [25), Ulllted States, 6·2, 6·2 Doubles Quarterfinals Virginia Ruano Pascual, Spaln, and Paola Suarez {2), Argentina, de f. Conchita MarUnez Spa!n, and Nadia Petrova (B), Russ1a, 2·6, 7-5, 7·6 (3)

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Men's basketball

(Home Team In CAPS) NBA BASHEIBALL

WEDNESDAY

14-0 18-J 17-4 17-4 12-4 11-9 12-11 13·7 11-7 7-6

Women's basketball

Wednesday AI Melbourne Park Melbourne, Australia Surlace: Hanf.Oubloor Men Singles Quarterfinals

Turfway Park results

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Washington 5, Carolma 3 Montreal2, Tampa Bay 2, tie Ottawa 2, Flonda 1 Dallas 4, ColtJmbus 2 Edmonton 4. Detr01t3, OT New Jersey at San Jose, late Los Angeles at Anaheim, late

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Tuesday's Games

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NFC Championship

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Girls basketball

Hunter:

West vi tory Hills 80, · Valerie Eifert and Kara Gostish~ Xenia Christian l1

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eachscored17pointstopowerNo. 5j Tyler Mcllwraith and An1anda Irseeded Lakota Westto a 55-30 victo1 win each scored 19 points for topry over Mount Healthy in a Division I seeded Seven Hills. sectional game at Milford WedneS.: Thfl Stingers play St. Bernard in day. : the Division III sectional final at Eifert and. Gostisha helped make 2 p.m. Saturday at Waynesville. up f~r injured star guard Stephani~ Mcli~~:;:1:Mir~ocpc:r~s3o339:l.~~fnn7~~N;~~~h\i~: Connsar' who played limited min': He!Vas 3 o B, Kahle 2 3 7. Totals: 25 27 so. XENIACHRISTIAN-Hughes204,Carrer102,lowrte!O .utes. . I 2, Mcl(eever 419. Totals: 8117. Lakota West will play Fairfield at sev~n Hli1~................ 25 12 2s 1s -110 7:45p.m. Frida at Milford. ! Xenra~hnstian......... 2 4. 9 2 -17 MT. HEALTHY 112·9f-Lawmore 2 510, compton 2151 3,pomters: Seven Hills 3 (Mcllsoweis 113, W1ikins 4 0 B, lester 2 0 4. Totals: 11 7 30. : •th H 2) lAKOTA WEST 116-5)- Gostisha 7 317, Ng 12 4, Farrish Wfai , ervaS .

The Associated Press

Detroit's Mehmet Okur (right) drives against Toronto's Alvin Williams during the Pistons' victory Wednesday.

obe scores 40

in win over Jazz It's seventh game in row to score 40; Shaq sits again

ly Szczerbiak added a season-high 21} points.

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Pi~tons 89,

. SALT lAKE CITY- Kobe Bryant continued his torrid scoring run with 40 points and the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Utah Jazz 93-87 Wednesday despite playing withoutShaquille O'Neal for the second straight night. Bryant has scored 40 or more in seven straight games and has at least 35 in his last 11. He scored 10 of the Lakers' final 15 points and got his 40th on a free throw with 8.2 seconds left after the Jazz had no choice but to foul him. The sellout crow(! of 19,911. -booed Bryant throughout the night, but was chanting. "KO-BE! KO-BE!" by the end as he extended the streak by going 1-for-2 on each of his last two trips to the line. Bry· · ant finished 15-for-29 from the floor and 4--of-6 on 3-pointers. The Lakers are 9-2 during Bryant's scoring binge.

Rockets 107, Suns 89 -~

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PHOENIX.,- Glen Rice had 23 points, Cuttino Mobley scored 22 and Yao Ming outdueled Phoenix's Arnare Stoudemire, his primary competition for Rookie of the Year. Yao, denied a rematch with Shaquille O'Neal the night before in Los Angeles, had 12 points and 12 rebounds in · his second ·.game against Stoudemire, the only rookie to make the jump from high school this season. Stoudemire· had 11 points and three rebounds.

1imberwolves 85, Nuggets 77 DENVER- Kevin Garnett had 2~ points and 14 rebounds and Wal-

Raptors 84

TORONTO- Chauncey Billups scored 18 points, including I! key 3polnter with 19.4 seconds left, as the Eastern Conference-leading Detroit won for the ninth time in 10 games.·

Hornets 87, Wizards 75 NEW ORLEANS - Jamal Mashburn scored 24 points and J arnaal Magloire had 13 points and 14 rebounds to lead New Orleans. · TRADE: Orlando and Memphis pulled off the first big trade before Thursday's NBA deailline, agreeing .to .a four-player deal Wednesday that sent Mike Miller and Ryan · Humphrey from the Magic to the Grizzlies for rookies Drew Gooden and Gordan Giricek. The Grizzlies also received a :first-round pick owed to Orlando by Sacramento and a second-round se- · lection in 2004, wlille sending an undisclosed amount of cash to.the Magic. The Magic lose Miller's 16.4 points a game but hope the 6-foot-10 Gooden will fulfill the promise that made him the first power forward selected in last summer's draft. And Giricek, a 25-year-old veteran of European basketball, will be asked to shoulder some of the scoring load wlth his perimeter shooting. MAGIC: Grant Hill is planD.ing a foHrth ·operation on his left ankle that would require three weeks of rehabilitation, Florida Today reported Wednesday. The Orlando Magic star was placed on the· injured list Jan. 18.

Wrestling

West, Ross bring home sectional championships Lakota East. The Firebirds advanced 13 wresTop-ranked Lakota West tlers to this weekend's district meet showed why it won the Enquirer's at Wilmington. regular-season poll championship. West amassed 235.5 points to Division II A strong showing in the middle win the Division I sectional wrestling tournament at Wilmington weight classes was enough to propel Ross to the Division II sectional Wednesday. Rival .Lakota East finished sec- title at Preble Shawnee Wednesond with 194.5 points, followed by day. Ross scored 184 points to win the Harrison, Colerain, Hamilton and championship. Valley View was Fairfield. Lakota West and East dominat- second with 166 points, followed by Bellbrook, Charninade-Julienne ed the championship matches. The two schools claimed eight of and Springboro. Dan Lee (125) and Kyle Ray the 14 weight classes. Kenny Touris (112):, Max Dean (145) and An- (145) led the Rams with individual drew Monk (152) were victorious championships. Zach Kanta (135) and Ronnie Phelps (140) each finfor West. Matt Mayles (103), Kody Pier- ished runner-up in their classes. Justin Blevms (103) and Matt son (119), Matt Dillon (130), Tim Sizemore (135) and Tony Johnson Franklin (112)· each won their (Heavyweight) claimed titles for weight classes for Franklin. The Cincinnati Enquirer

Hodges 4 19, Weaver 2 o 4, Rtitledge 11 3, McCarty o 11, Lattimore 8 0 16, Genson 9 119. Totals: 31 6 69. Edgewood................. 8 8 8 12 ·36 Dunbar..................... 13 21 23 12 -69 3-palnters: Dunbar 1 (Morrow).

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As a little girl, she tried swimming but didn't like jumping into a cold pool Georgetown 70, each morning. Clinton Massie 29 "With swimming, they Katie Schneider scored 12 firstalways want you to be doing something," Hunter quarter points to get Georgetown gosaid. "With divillg, you can ing. get time for a break now . Georgetown, the No. 2 seed, advances to the Division II sectional fiand then. I'm still diving nal at 7:30 Monday af Wilmington. into cold water, but I like it The G-Men will face No. 3 seed Lem- . this way better." Hunter has had several on Monroe. 0 2 2, Comlsar103, Tyburski 10 2, Young215, Scrudato 103) GEORGETOWN 120·21- Miller! 0 2, Helbling 113, Mason coaches guide her. Steve Fohl 1 0 2, Eifeo 6 2 17. Totels: 20 10 55. · 1 5o 10, Schneider 8 119, Hudson 6115, A. Chadwell 2 o 4, Mt Healthy............. u 1o 3 a -3~ St. Bernard 50, South 1 0 2, K Chadwell2 0 5, Cropper 4 2 10. Totals: 30 5 70. Voellrnecke, who trains CliNTON MASSIE 17-14) - Dunham 1 0 2, King 1 0 2, Lakota West............ 19 10 9 17 -55 youngsters in the Dive Davis 4 0 11, Ross 10 2, Al!:hley 3 410, Adaw.s 10 2. Totals: 114 3-polntem: Mt Heattl1y 1 (lilttjmore); LBkota west 5 (Comlsar.l Cincinnati Christian 40 29. Eifert 3, Scrudato). ' · Cincinnati program, Georgetown............. 26 12 22 · 10 -70 helped get her started. Clinton Massie.......... 10 8 7 4 -29 ·..c ld W''l. G : Kim Edwards scored nine of her Falme 54, Iu1rOW 4 3-polnters: ·Gemgetown 5 (Schneider 2, Huds-;.)n 2, K. Chadwell); i 22 points in the fourth quarter to Cincinnati Stingrays coach Clinton Massie 3 (Davis 3). Charlie Casuto has helped Fairfield's Ashley Davenport! help St. BernllJ'd upset fourth-seedtum her into a national-levscored 19 points. i ed Cincinnati Christian at Waynes• Lemon Monro~ 52, Withrow's Natasha'Galloway had ville. · el diver. 17 POints and 21 reboundS • \ sr· BERNARD • Lumpkins 6 0 12, Edwards 8 4 22. Tri County North 34 At Indian Hill High tAIRFIELD 116-6]- Cleveland 114 , Hale'3 410, Campbell: ~'5'3rrcks 113, Sliva I 0 2. Elirs 2 0 4, Burl<hardt31 7. Totels. 21 School, coach Ray Noble . Cindy Christopher scored 10 I 0 2, Cappa 1 0 2, As. Davenport 8 119, Carty 4 0 10. An.' CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN. Hancock I 0 2, Becker 2 0 6, Davenport 31 7, ZecherO 11.-Totals: 218 54. . Conlon o 4 4, Emerson 5o 10, Lowe 2 59, Zellers419. Totals: has helped Hunter master points in thefirsthalfto help Monroe WITHROWII0·9]-Wiilisl02, Hampton30 7,Adkins02 1410 40 . the 1-rneter springboard. ¥o~~~~~ ?JsJohnson 5 414, Durrett! o 2, Galioway8117. 51 • Bem:.ro............... 11 9 • 50 to a 27-11lead. 12 18 Christopher finished with 14 What makes Hunter so Fairfield................... 11 15 8 20 -54 Cin. Christian........... 13 11 9 7 -40 Wdllrow .................... 12 9 7 18 -46 3-pointeiS: St Bernard 2 (Edwards 2); Cin. Christian 2 {Emerson good? For one thing, Nopoints and Jackie Truett added 12. lEMON MONROE (18-4]· Englebrecht:) 0 4. Bums 2 0 4, 3-pointers: Fairfield 4 (As. Davenport 2, Carty 2); Withrow 1· 2 l· ble said, Hunter's athletic Davldson2 0 5, Sherard 419, McGlothen 10 ~.Christopher 7 0 (Hampton). • 14, Truett 5 212, Pettus 0 2 2. Totels: 23 5 52. ability is superior. · Chaminade-Juli~nne 62,. TRICOUtm'NOR'IH 14-17) -Savage 02 2, Wilson 2 04, "She's tall, about 5-7 or Damron 2 0 4, Horstman 2 0 6, O'Dell 6 5 ]. 7, Oldham 0 11. North College Hill 56, Totals: 12 8 34. Wilmington 23 5-8, and she's got a strong Monroe.................... 12 15 19 6 -52 Reading 27 build," Noble said. "For No.1 seed Charninade-Julienne Trl CountY North...... 6 5 9 14 -34 Monroe 1 (Davidson);Tri County North 2 (Horstman diving, she's got the long North College Hill, the third seed, overwhelmed Wilmington in a Divi- 3-polnters: 2). jumped out to a big lead and never sion II sectional game at Springboro. legs that can look appeallooked back in the Division msecing to the judges. And she Charninade plays Ross at Beavercreek 67, tional game at Goshen. 7:30P.m. Friday at Springboro. knows how to line up her 17·13f- Deli !f3, Haiff 0 2, Richardson 5 Middletown 50 The Trojans were led by senior 3 13,Wllli'IINGTON dives as far asgood, Schraaba 1 o 2, Thompson 1 o 3. Totals: 9 4 23. CNAMINADE·IUliENNE-Getty 12 4, leah 10 2, Ugon 10 forwards Amber Flynn, who scored 3, Busch Beavercreek jumped Oltt to a 17-5 straight-in entries." 2 o 4,Jeffernon 2 2 6, A. Goldsberry 10 2, Schafer21 .18 points, and Kerri Hotchkiss, who 6, L Soldsbeny 2 o5, Kerr2 2 6, Williams 3 0 6, Haskins8218. first-quarter lead en route to the DiviNoble said Hunter is a Totals: 25 9 62. had16. master of the "rip," which Wilmington ..............: . 7 3 7 6 ·23 sion I sectional victory at West CarNCH faces No 4 seed Mariemont Chaminad..Julienne • 16 13 23 lo -62 , rollton. involves the diver's entry 3-Pofnters: Wilmington (Thompson); C~J 3 (Ugon, Schafer, L at 7:30p.m. Tuesday at Goshen. Beavercreek, the Nn. 2 seed, into the pool. NCH 117-41- LJohnson31 B, S.Johnson I 0 2, Miller 5o Goldsberry). plays Kettering Fairmont at West ''What that means is, it's 10, Hotchkiss 6016, Dukes 102, Flynn 8 218. Totals: 243 56. READING 19-13) • Brown 1 0 2, Penter I 0 2, Ery 14 6, Carrollton at 7:30p.m. Saturday. how you grab your hands Miller 12 4, Gee 3 2 9,,Watklns 2 0 4. Totals: 9 8 27, MIDDI.EI'OWN 19-121-Sh~elds5 515. i\mos q 010. Wells Oakwood 64, Kings 59 NCH........................ 15 16 9 16 -56 and hit the water that 0 2 2, Jones 2 3 8, Roberts 9 4 4, Frazier 2 :t 5, Terhune 0 3 3, 4 . 6 113. Totals: 14 !9 50. Reading .................. 6 ·u -27 Mandy Halbersleben led Kings YoungBEAI'alCRE£11 makes a hole for you to go 121-11 -Ingle 7 6 23. o,,tizO 2 2, Kemna 1 3-pointers: NCH 5 (Hotchkiss 4, L Johnson); Reading 1 (Gee). with 24 points andJennaAlgie added 0 2,Zimmennan2 2 7, Rammel4210, Bales{31123. Totals: 20 through, to make less 23 67. 15 in the Division II loss at Spring- Middlerown............... splash," Noble said. s 15 IS 17 -so 'That's very difficult to do, Mariemont 40, boro. Beavercreek............. 17 20 l\l 11 -67 OAKWOOD- Mika 3 7 13, lewis 1 0 3, McFarland 5115, 3-po!nters: Middletown 3 (Amos2, Jones}; Bt·.avercreek4 (Ingle and she has it pretty well Jande! 9 2 26, Kelly I o 2, Hartzell 215. Tota~: 211164. 3, Zimmerman). Middletown Madison 27 KINGS- Feldmeyer i 2 4. Halbemleben 112 24, Algie 6 3 down." 15, Nowelll a 3, Bl)'ant 12 4, Fox3 3 9. Totals: 2312 59. Mariemont, seeded fourth, made Oakwood................... 16 · 10 13 25 -64 Kevin Siple, Indian Hill's nine of 12 free throws in the fourth Kings ...........;.......... 21 14 10 14 -59 Greenville 57, Springboro 31 athletic director, said the 3-pointers: Oakwood 11 (lewis, McFarland 4,Jande! 6); Kings 1 quarter to secure the victory. school is pleased for HuntThe Green Wave will face Spring(Nowel). Sophomore guard Hannah Marfield North at 6 p.m. Saturday at . er because she handles West Carrollton. herself so well. tin scored a game-high 12 points for Dayton Dunbar 69, SPRINGBORO (8-13)- Gastineau 5, Her:ning2, Sullivan 6, Mariemont. · · · "She's so humble and Dollboa 7; Branham3, Bell2, Gustin_2, Meacham 4. Totals: 121 MADISONII4-BI~Kroger124,Rager317,Ponder1o2, · Edgewood 36 31. ' nice, and she really doesrt't McGuire 2 1 6, Nance 1·0·2, Salley 2 0'4. Totalid0"6"27. GREENVILLE (19-3} - Birt 1, Fiely 8, Miller -0, Joiies 2, . MARIEMONT 116-51- Shelton 1o 2, Badanes 1o 2. Moon Dunbar plays Dayton Oakwood in Harrison 9, Starks 13, Runner 18. Totals: 24 6 57. care if she even gets her 2 04, Safford 3 0.7, Martin 5212, McCracken 113, Kauffmann Springboro................ 13 5 3 10 -31 name in the paper," Siple 17 9, Bodnero 11. Totals: 141140. a Division II sectional game Friday at Greemillo.................. 18 19 13 -57 Madison.................. 4 8 s 10 -27 _ .Springboro, . .· . : · said. "I know there's pres. Mariomoill.. ~:~..: .....:- -7-- 1i .. 11 • 11 -40 EDG£\IIOOD-i.Bndls4210,8alilnger102,Bunger317, -3-poi-nte-is: sPringboro 6 (Sullivan 2, Doliboa, Branham, Meacham, Gastineau); Greenville 3 (Fiely, Harrison). sure on her, but she's 3-polnters: Madison 1 (McGuire); Mariemof]t 1 (Safford). Pate 0 2 2, Edens 7115. Totals: 15 6 36. ·DUNBAR - Davis 4 2 10, Marrow 2 0 5, Williams 1 0 2, been able to handle it because she's been in nationai competition." Hunter has competed at the U.S. Senior Nationals, rare for divers her age. Long-term, Noble said, she is a candidate to make the U.S. Olympic Trials for 2004 and/ or 2008. For college, Hunter said she is trying to decide between Southern Cal and Georgia. Five days a week, HuntThe Cincinnati Etzquirer lead No. 3 seed Waynesville to a Di- Seven Hills 71, Hillcrest 36 · er drives to Miami Univervision ID sectional victory. Waynessity in Oxford to practice, Roger Bacon began defense of its ville will play Northeastem at 9 p.m. Garth Whipple scored 13 points because it has the only Division II state title with a 47-26 sec- Tuesday at UD Arena. and Malcom Drane had 11 as Seven complete 1-rneter, 3-rneter Hills advanced to the Division N sectiona! victory over Finneytown atAnWAYNESVILLE 115·51 • Shuds 3, Saylor 5, Hanna 5, and platform facilities in derson Wednesday night. ~:;~f;;e'\~~:~~~·ga~~ u,A.Shank10, Hale3,Scanlon 7, tional championship gan1e at Love- · the area. Then she comes The Spartans led only 19-17 at halfBENJAMIN LOGAN 14-151- Aelds 5, Moleod 11. Grant3. land. Shroder Paideia, which would horne, does her horne- · time but held the Wildcats to nine Waynesville.............. Markin 7, Eley 5, Sheeley4, Ruble 6, Stalling2. Totals: 17 643. work, goes to bed, gets up 25 20 19 16 -50 have been the Stingers' next opposecond-half points. John Newton · Beniamin Logan....... 4 s 14 20 -43 nent, is ineligible after playing too for school and does it all SCOred 11 Of his 13 points in the SeC· 3-polntem: Waynesville 10 (Dains 4, A. ShanK 2, Whi~ Hanna, many regular-season gan1es. again. Saylor, Shutts); Benjamin logan 3 (Acids, Eiey, Ruble). ond half for the Spartans. "People ask how she SEVEN HilLS 111-10)- Hams I 0 2, Derksen 2 2 6, Pille 1 0 2, Sittenfeld 3 3 9, Reid 1 57, Jason 4 Q 8, Calnow 3 0 6, Monty St. Clair added 11 points Batavia 77, does so well in diving and Whipple 6113, Tabor 1 a 2, Drane 5111, Ba~kus 2 0 5. Totals: 2912 71. and Leonard Bush 12 for Bacon. school, with so much time HILLCREST 15·7)-Kelly 2 04. Acoff 4 010, Shearer2 3 7. Mark Hawkins paced Finneytown North College Hill 57 involved for both," Susan Holloway 31 7, Felder 2 16, Craddock 1 0 2. Totals: 14 5 36. with 11 points. Jon Bailey scored 30 points and Seven Hills................ 15 18 15 . 23 -71 Hunter said. "You have to 10 10 7 9 -36 Bacon will play Western Brown at Drew Ellis added 21 for Batavia in a Hillcrest.................... be an organized person, 3-poinlers: Seven Hills 1 (Balskus); Hillcrest3 (Acoff 2, Felder). Division m sectional game. The 7 p.m. Tuesday at Anderson. and Ernrny is. She knows what she has to do, she FINNE\'TOWN 110·10) - Jackson 0 2 2, Jeffries 1 0 2, Bulldogs will play top seed Madeira Fayetteville 73, . Hawkins 4 2 11, Meader 1 0 2, Wamer 2 2 7, Daniel 0 11, 6:30 p.m. Monday at Sycamore. plans ahead, and then she McCormack 0 11. Totals: 8 8 26. Jacobs Centers 53 ROGERSACON 116-5)-CUIIum I 0 2,Johnson 3 0 6, Zeller goes out and does it." BATAVIA - Ppltin I 0 2, Bailey 10 B30, Mendenhall 2 10 102, St Clalr5111, Newton 6113, Dickson 011, Bush 6012. 14, Ellls9021, Davenport113, Price 02 2, Cribbet215. Totals: David Pertuset had 29 points for Enilly said the main Totals: 22 3 47. 25·22 77. finneytown ............... 9 8 4 5 -26 NOR'IH COLLEGE HILL - Tribble 6 0 14. Bostic 3 2 8, the Rockets in a Division IV sectionthing is hertearnrnates, Roger Bacon .... ~...... 7 12 13 IS -47 Jungkunz1 02, Rodanne13 612, Watson 3 3 9, Vistorlan 3 0 8, al. Fayetteville will face New Miami Hill and Kenny, will be Wilkins 10 2, Mobley 1 0 2. Totals: 211157. 3-po!nters: FinneytOwn 2 (Hawkins, Warner). Batavia ...;................................... 15 15 Z1 20 -77 at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Loveland. alongside her tonight. North College Hills...................... 15. 16 10 16 -57 ''When we're all togethWestern Brown 52, 3~pointers; Batavia 5 (Bailey 2, Ellis 3); North College HUI4 JACOBS 110·111- Mincy 2 2 6, Kaiser 3 0 9, ClarK 11 4, (Tribble 2, Vistorian 2). er, we don't think about Wilburn 2 26, Adams409,Smlth 12 4, Emery2 04,Jarmon 1 o Clermont Northeastern 47 3, Pringle 2 0 4, McBride 2 0 4. Totals: 20 T 53. the pressures," Enilly said. FAVE!TEVILLE 17-14) ·Lykins 3 rn. Ac·,ana 3 511, Lynch Aaron Davis had 22 points and Co- Ripley 57, CHCA 54 10 2, lies 113 15, Pertuset 9 8 29. Byrd 1 0 2, Mastin 15 7. "We just have agood Totals: 19 31 73. dy' Brooks added 15 for Western Justin Fultz scored 14 points and Jacobs....................... 13 12 lS 15 -53 time." Brown in a Division II sectional Jerry Davis added 12 to lead the Blue Fayetteville............... 16 21 21 15 -73 For Hunter, her prep 3-pointers: Jacobs 6 (Kaiser 3, Clark, -Adams, Jarmon); game at Anderson. Jays in a Division msectional game. Fayettevllle diving time is up tonight. 4 {Pertuset 3,· Lykens). . WESTERN BROWN (14-6)- Thomas 1 0 2, Davis 8 5 22, Ripleywm play Georgetown at 8 p.m. "It seems like I've been Brooks 7115, Hilerl 02, Melvln317, Bradford204. Totals: 22 7 52. Monday at Sycamore. doing this every day for CLERMONTNE 16-13]-Jones I 0 3, Oliver 3 3 9, Stetson2 0 4, Shepherd 6 216, Runyon 50 10, Fishback215. Totals: 19 Jeff Hager scored 37 points for the Regular season nine years, and my life has 647. just :filled up," she said. Newport 70, SCPA 33 Western Brown....... IS 7 17 13 -52 Eagles. SCPA- Gaines 50 10, McWorter 2 0 5.. Crittenden 2 0 5, CNE........................ 8 15 4 20 -47 ''Whatever happens, I just . CHCA 112·71 -Morelock 0 3 3, Wi~on 5 2!2, Collado I 0 Talbert 0 4 4, Welton 10 2, Coggins 3 0 7. totals: 13 4 33. 2, Hager 1213 37. Totals: IB 18 54. 3-pointers: Western Brown 1 {9av!.s): CNE l(Jones, Shepherd 2). want to thank all the peoNEWPORT(U·11) • Elmer3 0 6, Sear~o 316, HIIIIO 3. RIPLEY 110·111 -Cahall 1 o 3, Howard 419, Kennedy 5o Pate2 0 5, Whatley 103, Glenn 50 11,Jones{:l 0 2, Hoskins3 0 10, Fultz5414, Tuck:er 113, Sexson216, Davls5 2 12. Totals: ple who have been so sup7, Griffin 2 0 4, Yaung113, Thomasa 0 6, Hmrald 2 o 4. Totals: 23 9 57. portive of me." Waynesville 80, CHCA........................................... 18 13 14 9 -54 29 4 70.

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Bacon opens defense of state· title with win

Benjamin Logan 43 Kellen Sh!l!lk scored 26 points to

Ripley.......................................... 19 3-polnters: Ripley 2 (Cahall, Sexson}.

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SCPA...................... 9 5 U 7 -33 . Newport.................... 25 15 Z:l! 8 -70 3-polnters: SCPA 3 (McWorter, Crittendon; COlggins); Newport 8 (Searp 3 Hill, Pate, Whatley, Glenn, Hoskins)).

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NBA standings EASTERN CONF£RENCE Atlantic Division

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1572 1401 1431 984 1254 1262 1189 945 1198 1197 1226 969 1191 1156 1135 1126 984

Central D1vision

W L PciGB 37 16 698 37 17 685 ~ 27 25 519 9 ~ 29 27 .518 9 ~ 20 34 .370 17 ~ 19 36 345 19 16 36 308 20 ~ 10 44 185 27 ~ WESlERN CONFERENCE MldwcstfMsifn Pel GB 41 12 .774 37 16 698 4 34 21 618 8 32 22 593 9~ 28 25 528 13 16 36 308 24 12 43 218 30 Pacific DiVision W L PciGB 37 18 673 34 18 654 I~ 30 24 556 6~ 28 25 .528 8 24 29 453 12 21 30 412 14 'LA Clipper.; • ... 18 34 346 17

*Late games not Included.

THURSDAY'S GAMES Boys and girls diving

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Me!ii's College Baskeiail~

EASTERN CONFERENCE

AUantic Division

W L TOLPis GFGA 35 16 4 4 78153118 ....... 30 16 11 2 73136125 'N.Y Islander.; • • 27 23 6 2 62158162 Pittsburgh.. • .. • 24 26 4 5 57153170 NY Ranger.;. ... 24 30 7 2 57161191 Northeast DMsion W L TOLPisGFGA 38 15 7 1 84196134 33 21 4 1 71169143 28 23 6 2 64172163 24 24 7 7 62158177 .• 17 29 7 5 46127157 New Jar.;ey

Phlladelph~a

Sacramento 102, Milwaukee 93 LA. Laker.; 106 Houston 99, 201 Boston 125, Golden State 117 Wednesday's Games DetJo1t 89 Toronto 84 New Orleans 87, Washington 75 LA Laker.; 93, Utah 87 Houston 107, Phoenr11: 89 Mmnesota 85, Denver 77 Philadelphia 1!0, Chicago 82 New York at Seattle, late Golden State at Portland, late Mllwaukee at LA Clippei'S late Thursday's Games

Division I (AI Lakota East H.S.I Mason vs Mount Notre Dame (1}, 6 p m McAuley vs Ursulme, 7 30 p m

Division II (At Springboro HSI Alter (2) vs Franklin, 6 p m Badm vs Utt!e Miami, 7 30 p m

Dmsion IV

W L T OLPis GFGA 28 23 7 3 66170160 25 21 9 5 64166167 .. 17 22 11 9 54138175 18 29 8 6 50130173 • • 20 31 4 4 48157209 WESlERN CONFERENCE Central DMsion W L TOLPisGFGA 31 16 8 5 75194!57 3017 9 3 72175150 24 23 10 3 61147145 2124 9 4 55135149 22 28 6 2 52 158 180

lndrana at New Jersey, 7 jO p m

(At Twin Valley Southl Fenw1ck (4) vs Mlss!sslnawa Valley, 5 30 p m Yellow Spnngs vs CoVIngton (2), 7 p m Division IV !AI Waynesville H.S.I Fayetteville vs Landmark Christian (2), 6 p m Ridgeville Ch vs Southeastern (3), 7 30 p m TOURNAMENT SCORES WEDNESDAY Diwision I Barberton 57, Manetta 35 Sylvania Northvlew 74, To!. Ubbey 24 Tal Bowsher 59 To!. Notre Dame 40 Tal Cent Cath. 83, To! Waite 30 To! Whitmer 63, Holland Spnngfie 1d 46 Division II Dover 55, Uhnchsvtlte Claymont 49, OT MlllersburgW Holmes 45, Maysv1lle 35 John Glenn 46; McConnelsville Morgan 45 Niles McKlnley 35 Struther.; 19 woosterTnway 72, can s 54 Dmsion Ill Akr Manchester 67 Cuy Valley Chr Acad 40 Akr SVSM 66, LoudonVlle 39 Columbtana Crestvtew 60, Lomsv11le Aqmnas 38 Manon Elgin 64, Cots Ready 48 Peninsula Woodndge 49, Our lady of Elms 43 Division W cortland Maplewocd 37 Western Reserve 31 N Lew1sburgTnad 52, Mechanicsburg 38 WarrenJFK 42, lowe!l\llle 36

Northwest Division

W L TOLPisGFGA 34 16 9 0 77180 150 27 14 11 6 71169143 29 22 8 1 67143133 26 20 6 7 65161161 182910 450133175

Box scores WEDNESDAY PISTONS 89, RAPTORS 84 DETIIOIT !891-Gurl)' ooo 0 0 Wallace 4 11 0 08, Robinson 517 3-413, R Hamrlton 1-9 2·2 4, Billups 5·13 7~7 18, Barry 4~10 1·110, Wtlllamson 6·14 4·5 16, All<<ns 5-7 0-0 12 O<ur 3-7 1·1 8. Totals 33-8818-20 89 TORONTO !841-Peter.;on 9-16 11 20, J Williams 3 7 2 5 8, A Davis 6 11 3 4 15, Carter 7-r17 2~2 16, A Wtlllams 6~16 0-013, Alston 0·-12-2 2, McCoy 3 4 2·2 8, Lenard 1·5 0-0 2, Baston 0 0 0-0 0 Tot. is 35-80 12·16 84 Detroit............ 15 30 19 25-89 Toronto............ 23 18 14 29-84 3-Pomt Goals-Detroit 5~17 (Atlnns 2·3, Barry 1-3, Okur 1·3 Billups 1·3 Wallace 0-1, RHamilton 0-1, Robtnson 0 3), Toronto 2-7 (A Williams 1~1, Peterson 1~2, Carter0-1, Lenard 0·1 Alston 0·2) HORNETS 87, WIZARDS 75 WASHINGTON !751-Stackhouse 6 15 3 6!5, L.aettner 1-7 2-2 4, Haywood 1-2 1-2 3, Lue 161-2 3, Jordan B-23 4-6 20 Russell 0-3 0 a 0 Hughes 4-9 3·411 Oakley 2-4 2-2 6, K Brown 6-71-213 Totals 29-7617-26 75 NEW ORLEANS (871-Mashbum 11-23 0-124, P Brown tl-8 0 0 8 Maglo!re 4 6 5 5 13, Wesley 813 3 5 21 Lynch 5160012, Pack3 4 0-0 6, Molso 0 1 0-0 0, Campbe111-21-2 3, Augmon 0·3 0 0 D, Haston 0-4 0-0 0, Traylor 0 0 0-0 0 Totals 36·80 9·13 87 Washington..... 16 24 20 15-75 New Orleans...., 27 19 19 22-87

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Girls basketball

Southeast DMslori

San Antomo at Dallas, 8 30 p m Baston at Sacramento, 10 p m Friday's Games Phoenix: at Toronto 7 p m Chicago at Orlando, 7 p m New Jersey at Washmgton, 7 p m Philadelphia at Cleveland, 7 30 p m Detroit at Mlnnesota, 8 p m. Dallas at Houston, 8 30 p m Memphis at New Olleans, 8'30 p m Milwaukee at Seattle, 10 30 p m New York at Golden State, 10 30 p m Portland at LA lakers, 10 30 p m

Senators

Cincinnati Division Ill

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San Antonia 101, Denver 76 Dallas 105 Atlanta 79

22-10 31-5 . 22-10 .... 15·12

(At Sycamore H.S.I Deer Park vs St Bernard, 6 p m Harmony {4) vs Manemont 7 30 p m Summit CD vs Bethel-Tate, 9 p m Daylun Division Ill !AI UD Arenal Blanchester vs VeJSailles {4), 6 p m Mtdd Fenwick {5) vs East Clinton, 7 30 p m Miami East (6) vs Mldd Madison, 9 p m DivisionW !AI Loveland H.S.I Clark Montesson vs Lm:kfand, 6 30 p m Cincinnati Chnsuan vs. Landmarn Chnstlan (2) 8 TOURNAMENT SCORES WEDNESDAY Division I Spong S 91 Mtamlsburg 43 DMsionll Carrollton 53 Uhnchsvtlle Claymont 43 Ra)land Buckeye Local 59 lndtan CreeK 47 Division Ill Belmont Union lnca 1 57, Buckeye Trail 43 Magnolia Sandy VaHey 45, NewcomerstoNn 44 Manon Pleasant 73, Howard E Kno~ 36 Morral Ridgedale 69, Amanda-Ciearcreek 60 Division IV Jackson Center 82, Sidney Fairlawn 75

Tuesday's Games

Memphis 108, Indiana 103, OT

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Sectianal Tournament Cincinnati DIVision I !AI Mason H.S.I Lebanon vs Amelia, 7 p m. Fatrtleld vs Northwest 8 30 p m (AI Lakota West H.S,I Loveland vs M dd!etown, 7 p m Lakota East vs Aiken 8 30 p m Cincinnati Division II (AI Ande""n H.S.I NOIVIOOd V5. Taylor, 7 p m lndtan Hill vs Turpin 8 30 p m

TOT 720 697 684 564 573 530 552 505 521 500

Chicago 107 Cleveland 101 Ortando 99, New Orleans 94 New Jersey 84 Mram! 79

.."::: :::::::: :::::: Record 24-4 17-1 NR 2110 19-3

State meet, Canton, Ohm

FGA 669 392 483 382 556 510 537 658 705 394

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Digest

HIGH SCHOOLS

*Late games not Included. wm points for a win, one point fora tie and over time lt1SS ' Tuesday's Games NPN Jersey 2, Phtladelphta 2, tie Flnnda 3 Montreal 0 Pit1Sburgl14, Edmonton 3, OT vo JCouvor 4 Detrmt 3, OT Ttlronto 4, Carolma 3 Ph )emx 5 Columbus 2 Wednesday's Games B(lston 1 Carolina 1, tie

Division l Sectional (AI Wllmlngtonl TeamStandrngs I Lakota West235 5 2.lakota East 194.5, 3 Hamson 146.5, 4 Coleram 122 5, 5. Hamilton 115, 6 Fairfield 11 t 7 Sycamore 100 5, 8 Wdmtngton 88 5, 9 Glen E:~e 82 5 10 Milford 64, 11 Anderson 54 5, 12 Kin~ 34 (Top four q""fofy to districtsI

F"U'St pla<;oe matches 103-Mayles(lakota E~td Dickinson (Colerain) 3 2; 112-Touns (lakota W<mJ d ~st(Hamrlton) 4 3, 119-Pterscn (Lakota East) c:i Conley (Glen Este) 6-2, 125~Aber(Wiimmgton) d C:~ensha.,., {Sycamore) 7-5; 130~DI!Ion (lakota East) r.:! Marsh {Coleram) 6-5, 135-Sizemore (lakota East~) md Wassler (Hamson) 14-0 140-Mason-Straus(Sycamore) d. Flake (Lakota West) 5·2, !45-Dean (lakc~.a West) d Maupin (Glen Estel 6 4 !52-Monk (lakoca West) d Conley {Lakota East) 5-4, 160 Emmons(H!!imlton) md Gnffin (Cole ram)15·5, 171-Gadd (Hamtl'ton) d Daggs (Anderson} 3-2,189·DeMans (Coleratr.) o Shaeffer(Wilmmgton} 5 27, 215~Atkmson (King<:;) d Moon (lakota East) 7~2, Hwt-Johnsan (Lakota ~st) d. Taylor {Hamson) 15 4

Division U Sectional (At Prebl• Shawnee) First Pla<e Matches 103-B!evms (Franklin) d Hamson (Chamlnade) 9-2, 112-Frank.lm (Franklin) md Land (Va'ley View) 16 5, !19-Brownrng (Bellb<ook) d Quigley (Fran~ln) 5 4, 125-Lee (Ross) by fort~ tovcrN!swonger {Cham! nade}, 130 Mldlam (Chi:!mlnade) tf, Raberdmg {Spnngboro) 15-0 135-H ckman (Alter) d Kanta {Ross) 9·3 140-Rob!nson (Bellbrook) d Phelps (Ross) 10 6, 145-Ray (Ross) md Beall {Spnngboro) 14 5, 152-Goebel (Spnn£_boro) p Sorrell (Eaton) 124, 160·Walton (Chammsde) d Bussell {UtUe MIami} 6 4, 171-Brennan (Cham nade) d Cook (Bell brook) 10 7 189-0sbom (\'ailey View) p Glancy (Eg dewoad) 3 30 215 Gulttemz(ValleyVmw) p Deaton {Preble Shawnee} 3 31; H\\1-Moler {Valley V1ew} d Katns {Frankltn) 4 3 OT Third place matches 103-Brower (Bellbroo"'} d Jellison (Ross) 7-0 112·Gerspacher(Sprmgboro)d lu (Alter} 10·7, 119Hodge (Preble Shawnee) d 11fltsman (Eaton) 5-2, 125-Kozuszek (Valley Vtew) md. Grooms {Spllngboro) 16 7, 130 Powell (Preble Shawnee) md Jarnagin

atmalo 2, Montrea11, Oi Tutnpa Bay 2, Atlanta 0 mtawa 5, New Jersey 3 N,, Rangers4, Mmnesota 2 C<:~lgary 1, Dallas 1, tie N'i Islanders at San Jose, late co umbus at Anaheim, late

Thursday's Games Flonda at Ottawa 7 p m Toronto at Washington, 7 p m Edmonton at Detrott, 7'30 p m vancouver at St. Lows, B p m Co 1orado at Pllt5burgh, 8 p m Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 8 p m Calgary at Nashville 8 p m Phoemx at Chicago, 8 30 p m

N J. - Radek Bonk scored on a rebound with 1:15 to play " and the Ottawa Senators :! beat the New Jersey Devils ' 5-3onWednesdaynightafter 1 blowing a three-goal lead in T the third period. 1. Martin Havlat and Marian Hossa each added two goals, : with Hossa icing the game~· with an empty-net goal with 1 38 seconds left. The Senators have won , 1 three of four games with : New Jersey and hold a six- ~ point lead over the Devils in the race for the best record ~ in the Eastern Conference. . SABRES 2, CANADIENS

1,;

lOTI: Buffalo's Miroslav Sa- P tan scored 3:49 into over- .., time. ·;; FLAMES 1, STARS 1: Scott 1, Young's goal with 4:10 left in regulation gave Dallas the,., tie. Oleg Saprykin scored for ;,r Calgary. ,~ RANGERS 4, WILD 2: Mark , J Messier's breakaway goal in : the second period helped NewYorktothewin. '" HURRICANES 1, BRUINS 1:

Brian Rolston scored a pow- f' er-play goal late in the third 2 period to lift Boston to the c; tie. Jeff O'Neill scored a first- c, period goal for Carolina. [; LIGHTNING 2, THRASHERS 0: Martin St. Louis and Brad , Richards scored in the third ,' period and John Grahame ·: made 27 saves for his third ; shutout of the season. ~ AHL MIGHTY DUCKS 7, , WOLVES 5: Jonathan Hed-' strom collected a goal and ,, two assists and Nick Smith r: added a pair of goals to lead -r Cincinnati 5 over Chicago. ;, Ben Guite, Dan Riva and Rob .r Valicevic each finished with ; a goal anl an assist for the P Ducks, who had lost four ; straight games and were c~ winless in their last six.

Friday's Games

Los Angeles at Buffalo, 7 p m Tampa Bay at Carolma, 7 p m. Colorado at NY Islanders 7 p m Boston at New Jersey, 7 30 p m Phoemx at Dallas, 8 30 p m-~ Columbus at San Jose, 10 30 p m N'i Rangers at Anaheim, 10 30 p m

EASTERN CONFERENCE 3-PomtGoals·LA lakeiS 10-24 (Bryant4 6 Fox 3 8, Fisher2-5, Rush 1-1, HorryQ.-1, Shaw 0-1 George 0·2), Utah 2·8 (Padgett 11 Harpnng 1-2, Stockton 0-1, Stevenson 0 1, MJackson 0-1, Kln!enko 0 2) nMBERWOLVES 85, NUGGETS 77 MINNES(JTA !851-Szczerblak 9·20 6-10 24, Gamett8179 1225, Nesterovlc3 912 7 Hudson 0 57 7 7, Peeler3 70--0 7 Gill3 6 0 0 6, W!lk52 3 0 0 5, Jackson 1·1 O..Q 2, Trent 1~4 0-0 2 Totals 30· 72 23·31 85 DENVER(77}-Ho\lard 7-213-417, Bowen 1·4 0-0 2, Hdano 3-12 2-4 8, Yarbrough 7-112-218, Hamngton2 81·2 5, White 5-14 1~2 11, Andersen 5 81311 Whitney 0 0 0 00, Ts~Ushvlh 15 0 0 3, Blount I 4 0 0 2 Totals 32 87 10 17 77.

Mmnesota........ /

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Denver........... 26 18 19 14-77 3 Polnt Goals-Mmnesota 2-7 (Peeler 1~2, Wilks 1 2, Hudson 0 1 Szczerblak 0 2), Denver 3 8 (Yar brough 2-2 TskJtish\11114 Bowen Q-1, White 0 1} ROCKEIS 107, SUNS 89 HOUSTON (1071-Gnffin 5·13 0 0 12, Posey 2-11 4-4 9, Yao 3 8 6 6 12, Francis 2-7 0·0 5, Mobley 7-15 B·~ 22, Taylor 6-111-113 Cato 0 0 0 0 0 Norris 4 8 3· 711, R1ce 8-11 0 0 23, Hawktns o oo oo Totals 37 84 22-26107. PHOENIX (891-Manon 8 20 5 5 24, Stoudemtre 3 6 5-711, W!lliams 1·7 0 02, Marbury 7-16 8·10 22, JJohnson 6~11 0-014, \ioskuhl2·6 3-3 7,Jacobsen 0·3 0-00, Outlaw3~31-2 7, langhl 1·3 0·02, R Brown 0·1 0 00, Ford 0·00.0 0 Totals 31 76 22 27 89. Houston.......... 18 32 27 30-107 Phoenix............ 22 18 21 2&-ll9 3~Po nt Goals·Houston 11-23 {R1ce 7-8, Gnffin 2 4, Franc1s 13, Posey 1-3, Noms 0 1, Mobley 0-4}, Phoemx:5-17 (Manon 3 7, JJohnson2 5, langhl 0 1, Marbury 0 2, Jacobsen 0 2) 76ERS UO, BULLS 82 PHILADELPHIA (UOI-Van Hom 9·16 2-4 22, TI1omas 9·112-5 20, Coleman 2~8 3 4 8, Iverson 12-24 4·7 28, Snow 4-10 2-410 M Williams 4·4 119, McKieO 3 0 0 0 Buckner3-82~3 8, Salmons 23005,RenttiBS02000 SattertieldOOOOO Totals 45-89 16 28 110 CHICAGO (821-Roblnson 0-4 0 0 0 Mar.;hall 3-60·16, Chandler7-12 2·316 Rose 7-20 6-6 20, J Williams 3~13 5-611, Hasse!l1~3 0 0 2, Crawford 1-9 0 0 2, Baxter 610 3-4 15, Curl)' 4-7 2·5 10, Holberg a 00-0 0, Brunson 0-10-0 0 Tolals 32~85 18 25 82 Philadelphia.... 28 19 36 27-110 Chicago............ 28 25 8 21-82 3-Polnt Goals-Philadelphia 4-10 (Van Hom 2-4, Coleman 11 Salmons 1-2, Iverson 0 1, Snow Q..1, Buckner o 1), Chicago o 11 {Robinson o 1 Crawford 0-3, J W1l1Jams 0-3 Rose 0-4) lUESDAY KINGS 102, BUCKS 93 MILWAUKEE (93)-Thomas 3-13 2-2 8 Caffey 5-121-111, Johnson 2·31·2 5, Allen 6·15 3-317, CassellS 14 3-413, Redd 7-13 0 0 16, Kukoc 6-15 7 8 21, Ollre o 50 00, Gadzurtc 13 0 02 Totals 35 9317 20 93 SACRAMENTO (1021-SI!ljako"c 10 18 4 7 26, Clarl< 2-5 2-4 6, D vac 9-16 3·5 21, Chnstle 2-4 3·4 8, B>bby 9·14 0 0 21 BJackson 5·11 0 0 11, !Jackson 3·6 0 0 6, Turkoglu 1·5 0-2 3 Totals 41 7912 22102 Milwaukee....... 28 26 23 Sacramento..... 26 30 21 3-Polnt Goals·MIIwaukee 6-28 (Redd 2·6, Allen 2~7, Kukoc 2-8, Cassell 0-2, Thomas 0-5), Sacramento 8 21 {Btbby 3 5 StoJakovlc 2 8, Turkoglu 11. Chnstie 1 3, BJackSon 13, Dlvaco 1) LA11ERS 106, ROCKErS 99 !20TI HOUSTON 1991-Gnffln 2·7 0 0 4 Posey 1·5 0.02 Yao9-196-624, Franc>S4·19 7·817, Mobley 5-15 5 8 16, Cato 3-4 1·4 7, Taylor 6-14 4·6 16, Hawklns2 30 0 4, Rrce2.S 0·05, Norns2-3 0·04 Totals 36·97 23 32 99 L.A. LAIIERS (1061-Fox 6 10 0 0 15, Horl)' 3-111-28, Walker1-3 0-02, Bryant19 3811-1~52, Fisher 6-141-213 Medvedenko 1-3 0 0 2, George 0 4 3-4 3, Madsen 4-61-19 Rush 1-2 0 0 2, Shaw 0·2 0 0 0 Totals41-9317-20 106 Houston...... 16 26 14 26 9 8-99 LA. Lakers. 25 16 23 18 9 15-106 3~Pomt Goals-Houston 4-16 {Francis 2-5, Mobley 1-4, Rice 1-4 Gnffin 0-1, Posey 0-2) LA lakers 7-22 (Fox3-5, Bryant3·9, Hony1-4, George 0-1, Shaw0-1, Fisher0-2) CELnCS 125, WARRIORS U7 COSTON !1251-Walker 8 23 0 0 17, EWllilams3-8 0 0 7, Battle3 512 7 Pierce 13 26 4-5 31 Bremer 6-9 4-4 22 Baker 3-8 0 o 6, McCarty 8·10 3 4 24, Long 2·22-2 6, Delk I 5 3-4 5 S W<IIIBms 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 47-9617·21125 GOLDEN STATE (U71-Murphy 5·8 3.4 13 Jamtson 13 27 10 14 39, Dampier 3 3 O..Q 6 Richardson 310 2 2 9 Arenas 617 913 22 Boykrns 1 52 3 4, Dunlcaw 5 10 o 0 11, Foyle 2 4 1·2 5, Sura 2-5 3·4 8 Totals 40 89 30-42 117 Boston............ 30 39 26 30-125 Golden Slate.... 26 21 33 35-117 3 Pomt Goals-Boston 14 29 (Bremer 6 8, McCarty 5-6, E Williams 1-2 Pierce 1-5, Walkerl 6 Delk 0-2), Golden State 7-22 (Jamison 3-5 Sura 1·1 Dunleavy 1-3 R1chardson 1·5, Arenas 1-6

Boykms 0-2)

NBA leaders Through Feb.l8 McGrady, On

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SCORING

FG FT PI'S 528 353 1501

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GF 150 168 175 152 138

GA 142 144 171 173 168

Pis 81 70 66 57 36

GF 198 185 170 172 134

GA 159 135 139 172 205

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42 9 5 4 93 25 28 6 0 56 21 31 4 1 48 21 32 5 1 48 WESlERN CONFERENCE

Wt_st Dip~~ Pis 14 6 1 81 20 6 3 63 22 8 2 62 24 3 2 59 18 11 4 57 Central Division W L TOTL Pis Grand Rapids 33 14 8 2 76 4 57 Roche ilBT .. . 20 22 13 DUCK$ ........ 16 26 10 4 46 17 33 4 4 42 Cleveland 16 31 6 3 41 Syracu'ie W 37 27 26 27 21

WEDN:ESDAY

EAST

GF GA 227 132 167 180 142 177 174 111 'GF 195 192 151 167 168

GA 149 165 154 169 167

GF GA 176 127 157 169 140 178 141 202 130 183

W Sor Dt8fr Pis GF GA Nmfollt 30 15 7 4 71 153 136 Her.;hoY • .. 25 19 11 2 63 156 148 Wilkes Elarre 26 24 4 4 60 184 189 Philadelphia 24 25 4 3 55 136 150 NOTE Two points are a11.arded for a v1ctory, one pomt mr ues and overtime losses

Tuesday's Games

Bridgeport 2 San Antomo 0 Aor-hester 4, Cincinnati 1 Htlffillton 4, Bmghamton 0 Milwaukee 7. Utah 4 Wednesday's Games SalntJohn 5 St John's 0 Bridgeport 5 Albany 2 Hershey 6, Syracuse 2 Portland 5, Philadelphia 2 Provldence 5, Worcester 2 Lowell2, Manchester 1 Cmcinnati 7, Chtcago 5 Mamtoba 5 Houston 2 Utah 5, Wilkes-Barre 2

Thursday's Games No games scheduled

ABN AMRO World Tennis Results Wednesday MOUNT ST. JOSEPH 83, HANOVER COLLEGE 72 HANOVER (9-13, 5·8 HCACI- Uttle 6·17 0 0 14 Wynn 5-16 5-5 16 SJoslln 0-4 2-2 2, Batr 3-10 2-2 8, Brock 0-12~2 2, Duncan 0 0 1-21, Peetz 0 0 0 0 0, T Josl<n 0·2 0-0 0, Kolls 2-4 3-4 7, Schmahl 3 7 2-2 8, Roach 6·112 714, Moore 0 1 0 0 0 To taiS 25 73 19 26 12 MOUNT ST. JOSEPH (15-9, 8-51 - Petty 4 8 3·312, Reid 4-7 3-4 12, Grace 6·9 2·514, Day 4~7 2·214, Brown 615 0.0 13, Campbell!-! 0 02, Marshall 0·2 0·0 0, Gnlhot 4-8 0-18, Meyer 3·9 2-2 8 Totals. 32·7612-17 83 Halftime· MSJ 36 HC 29. 3 prnnter.; HC 3 12 {Uttle 2-4, Wynn 1-4, s Joshn 0 2, Ba1r 0 1 TJoslm 0·1), MSJ 7·14 (Petty 1·3, Red 1-3, Day 4·5, Brown 1-3) Rebounds: HC41 (Roach 9), MSJ 60 (Petty 14) AsSIS~ HC 15 (Wynn 4, Schmahl41, MSJ 24 (Day 7) Techmcal fouls - None Attendance -150.

Men's basketball

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Greenville 3 Cincinnati 2, OT LeMI:'lgton 4, Dayton 2 Columbia 4, Charlotte 1 South Carolma 3, Pee Dee 1 Reading 4, R1chmond 3 Greensboro 5 Augusta 2 F!onda 6, MISSISSIPPI 5 Mansas 5, Baton Rouge 4 Wednesday's Games AUantic C1ty 5, RIChmond 2 ioledo 4, Johnstown 3 Trenton 8, Reading 3 Lou1s!ana 5, Pensacola 3 Thursday's Game Columbia at Augusta

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At La Academia Colombiana de Tenls Bogota, Colombia Surface: Clay-Outdoor Singles, Second Round Paola Suarez (1) Argentina, del Nuna Uagostera Vives, Spain, 4 6 61, 6-2 Aavra Pennetta (5), Italy, def Ansley CarWII, United States 6·3, 6 4 Conchita Martinez Granados (6), Spaln, def Olga Kalyuzhnaya, Russia, 4 6 64, 7 6 {1) Katanna Srebotn1k (2) Slovenia, def Jana Kan darr, Gennany, 6·2, 6-7 (3), 7·6 (5)

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DUBAI, United ArabEmirates -Jennifer Capria- 'l' ti won for the first time this , year, defeating Svetlana Kuz- netsova 6-2, 6-1 in the second round of the Dubai Open. The third-seeded Capriati _ defeated her 17-year-old opponent in less than an hour. Capriati lost her previous , two matches of 2003 - in the ' Australian Open and a tournament in Sydney. Among others advancing: ' top-seeded Justine HeninHardenne and defending !.. champion Amelie Mauresmo. KROGER ST. JUDE: Thirdseeded James Blake opened . with straight four aces and needed only 39 minutes to beat Jiri Vanek at Memphis, Tenn. Fifth-seeded Jan-Mi- 1 chael Gambill, Hyung-Taik , Lee and Vladimir Voltchkov ; also won men's matches. For the women, No.3 : Amanda Coetzer defeated ; Sarah Taylor 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. ABN AMRO INDOOR: Two- cr time defending champion ~ Nicolas Escude beat French Open winner Albert Costa , 6-3, 6-3 in the first round at b Rotterdam, Netherlands. ?

Boxing

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David Adams and Robbie Koemg South Afnca, def Mark Merklem, Bahamas, and Tom Shimada, Ja pan, 7-5 7·6 (51 Bob Bryan and M1ke Bryan, {2), Um ed States, def Taylor Dentand Robby Gmepn, Umted States 6 7

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Doubles, First Round Tomas C1bulec and Pavel V1zner, Czech Republic, def Raemon Sluiter and Martin Verkerk, Netherlands, 7·6 {5), 6-7 (5) 6 3 Jonas BJOrkman, Sweden, and Todd Waodbndge (1), Australia, def Dom!mk Hrbaty Slovakia, and Yev~ geny Kafelmkov, Russ1a, 6 3, 6-4

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Arcadta 78, Cedar Crest 40 Assumption 79, Frankl n P1erce 78, OT Bentley 57, s Connettcut40 Bmghamton 50, Albam NY 42 Boston College 68 Seton Hall 58 Roger W!lhams 76, We'<t.vorth Tech 48 Rutgers 69, StJohn s 38 Shepherd 73 W Va \\esteyan 51 Syracuse 66, Provtden;.;-e 58 Ursmus 54, Bryn Mal'. I 35 Ve:mont 71 New Ham,.)Shlre 43 VIllanova 51 Georgetov.n 37 SOUTH Alabama A&M 71 M0•'1S Brown 30 Armstrong AUantlc 78 North Randa 68 Sowle St 63, EIIZabet'- C1ty St 57 Bndgewater, Va 57 W:;shmgton & Lee 40 Catawba 90, Wmgate !'6 ConnectiCUt 81 M1am1 ISO Delaware St. 68, S C? vlma St 56 Eckerd 74, Lynn 61 E~n 50 Radfo·d 45 Flonda Southern 65, Ri'Jllms 60 Georg1a Tecl186, Rom.· a St 56 t<ennesaw 80, August> St 72 MVSU 64 Centenary S~ MaJShall62, Kent St <!. 7 N. Kentucky 71, Bre,,'la 54 Roanoke 77 Lynchbur s_ 43 Shenandoah 64, Ch011 M 62 St Leo 61, Tampa 53 Tusculum 84, Netlbem 59 Va Wesleyan 68 N C Wesleyan 58 Wake Forest 78, N Ca uhna A&T 46 Wmthrop 71, Charlestc~., Southern 69 ' MJ[l\VEST Alma 54, Calvin 37 Baldwm Wallace 76, Jr m Carro!160 Ball St 90, Bowlmg G~Cen 85 Buffalo 76 Oh10 59 Cedarville 65 Ro Grande 62 Defiance 84 Bluffton ·~ 7 Goshen 75, Bethel lntl 73 Greenville 83 Pnnctpm 40 Hetdelberg 73 Ohm Northern 59 HtUsdale 91, Northwood Mu:h 89 Huntington 77, Taylor i2 IIJI0015 58, Oluo SL 54 lndlana Tech 76, Tn-state 73 Iowa St 58 Texas A&M 46 Ka amt:~zoo 58, Albion 54 f<ansas St 66 MtsSOU!l 56 Lawrence 67, Beloit 60 Miamr (Ohio) 73, Cent M1ch1gan 70 MiSSDUil Western 69 MISSOUri SOuthern 55 Mount St. Joseph 83, Hanover 72 Mount Umon 80, ManerlB 58 Ohio Dominican 78, W1 berforce 63 SW Baptist 61, f'ittSbUf'J St 52 St Norbert 55 Carroll Wts 53 w Mtch1gan 87, Toledo 60 Washburn 65, Empona St 57 Wilrmngton, Ohto 80 Otterbein 59 Wittenberg 97 Oberlin 61 wooster 61, Kenyon 50

CARACAS, Venezuela-,' Super flyweight champion.~. Alexander Munoz was shot , in his left knee while jogging in Caracas, Venezuela, after , he tried to fight off three as- ~ sailants. Munoz, 24, had surgery and is expected to make v a full recovery within weeks, , his doctor said. ~~ Munoz has held the WBA ::, title since March 2002.

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TAMPA, Fla. - Mary 11 Wright, a Mason resident,:J and volunteer at the Kroger Classic, has been voted the ( 2002 Champions Tour Vol- ~s unteer of the Year. She has "J been a volunteer at area golf '> events for 22 years and most recently served as chair-,; woman of the standard bear-; ers, volunteers who walk 0 with each group and hold vv signs detailing the score for il each player. I


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2003 C1

MJ not loo "ng for sentimental tribute today

NASCAR Winston Cup preview

00 From youngsters to wily veterans, all are optimistic as sea~on begins

Says he'll take reserve role for fans' sake

The Associated Press The Associated Press

DAITONABEACH, Fla.- Young guns or old hands, it doesn't matter; the 2003 Winston Cup season is going to be a shootout. With Daytona 500 qualifying set for today, it seems just about every driver in the series considers himself a contender to take the season title from Tony ~tewart. "I guess everybody is saying the same thing right now: 'We can win a race and finish in the top 10,' "four-time champion Jeff Gordon said. "Heck, I'm sure they believe it. With the way this thing is shaping up, the competition is going to be even closer than it was last ·year." In 36 races lastyear, 18 drivers. won at least once, including five for the first The Associated Press/HAROLD HINSON time. No positions in the top 10 in the points standings were decided until the Tony Stewart, meeting media in January, has big goals for this season: "I just want to defend my final race. championship, win more than the ~hree races we won last year, and have some fun."

Strong finishes for upstarts Stewart is hoping 2003 will be a "very uneventful, unemotional year," "I just want to defend my championship, win more than the three races we won last year, and have some fm1," Stewart said. Despite· all that drama, perhaps the biggest story of 2002 was the continuing saga of the "young guns." Stewart started the trend in 1999 at age 28, winning an unprecedented three races and finishing fourth in the points. Twentysomethings Dale Eamhardt}r. and MattKenseth beciune winners and immediate stars in 2000, as <lid Kevin Harvick in 2001. Last season, it was Ryan Newman and Jimmie Johnson who niised the bar as rookies. Newman, 24, won once, finished in the top 10 in 22 of 36 races, was fourth in points and won rookie-of-the-year honors. Johnson; 27, won three times, had 21 top-10 finishes and became the first ' rookie in modem times to lead the points before winding up sixth. "Some of it is coming in with really good ·equipment and really good teams," said Sterling Marlin, a 45-yearold whO led the points for 25 weeks last year and was still in the title battle when he crashed late in the season and broke a vertebra in ·his neck. Marlin was replaced by 26-year-old Jamie McMurray, who won in his second Winston Cup start McMurray and Casey Mears, 24, willjoinMarlin as fulltime teammates this season.

Watch out for Roush

2003 Cup rookie class A glance at the six Winston Cup drivers competing for Rookie of the Year this season:

Kl!l Greg Biffle, 33, Roush Racing; 2002 Busch Series champi-

on. II Larry Foyt, 25, A.J. Foyt Racing; struggled in Busch Series past

two seasons. The Associated Press/JOHN RAOUX

Jimmie Johnson (left), with Jeff Gordon last season, is one of several young racers who grabbed the spotlight in Winston Cup in 2002. Johnson, 27, had three victories and finished sixth in the season standings.

li!ll Jamie McMurray, 26,. Chip Ganassi Racing; set record in 2002 by winning in · second start

II Casey Mears, 24,

be counted out. Gordon, 31, a four-time selies champion,faded 'atthe end of the season after worlting. his .way itto contention. Mat'tin_<md for.mer ,ch,~pions Rusty Wallace and Dale }:111'ett, along with Ricky Rudd - all over 40 - finished in the top 10 last season. . · ,'~I .don~t Jmow about those ·other guys, buti'm not giving those guys anything," said the 46-year-old Wallace. "I know how good my teammate (Newman) is and some of those other guys, too, but some of us old guys still have some life in us." Wallace, whose Penske Racing team is switching from Ford to Dodge, has added motivation after failing to win a race last year. He won at least once in each of the preceding 16 seasons. The biggest driver change this year is Rudd switching !ides with Elliott Sadler. Ruddjoins the Wood Brothers; Sadler goes to Robert Yates Racing. "It's a great opportunity for me," Sadkr said. 'This team is a proven winner with great cars and engines, and I can't wn.it to get started.".

Roush Racing became a juggernaut in 2002 and could be even better this season. Mark Martin had a grea1; year, earning his fourth second-place finish, imd young teammates Kenseth and Kurt Busch established themselves as likely title contenders this year. · Busch, 24, won three of the last :five races and vaulted from 12tll to third in the standings in the last eight weeks. 'The biggest key is we had everything rolling in our direction," Busch said. 'There's no reason, though, that we can't start the season just like we ended last year. All the pieces are still More ·eq11ipment equality there." 'There is no clear favorite heading inKenseth, 30, led everyone with five wins in 2002 and finished a career-best to Daytona, thanks to major equipment changes. eighth in the points. There wili be new versions of ChevVeteran success rolet's Monte Carlo and Pontiac's Some of the veterans, of course, can't Grand Prix, and Stewart and Joe Gibbs

Racing teammate-Bol:lby Labonte have switched from Pontia(: to Chevy. Dodge, which had no. drivers.finish in the top 10 last season, added Newman and Wallace into its lineup. · NASCAR has been criticized in· recent years for its frequent aerodynamic rules changes to try to create pruity, but its latest effort may actually get the job done. All of entries now must fit 18 of 32 templates, meaning the general shape of most of the cars will be the same. But Doug Ducliru·dt, general manager for GM P~cing, said the fabricators still can find an edge working on. the areas of the cars not dictated by the socalled "common templates." Those areas include the front and rear fascias, · · the hood, the wheel openings, the sides of the car, excluding the doors, and the window trim lines, excluding the wind- · shield. · 'The brand characteristics will still be there. The fans will still be able to tell a Dodge from a Chevrolet or a Ford," said John Fernandez, new head of Dodge Motorsports. . VIrtually. all the drivers agree, · though, that the new aerodynamic rules will help even the competition further. "Just look at thenumbers," said Kyle Petty, driver and CEO of the Petty Enterprises team. "In testing at Daytona, there was about three-tenths of a second between fifth fu>.d 30th."

Chip Ganassi Racing; open-wheel native who raced in Busch Series last season.

ATlANTA- Michael Jordan is flattered by the gestures of young Al!,Star. teammates Tracy McGrady and Allen Iverson, who offered him their starting spots. "It's respect for the elders, if you want to look at it in that sense," Jordan said Saturday, a day before his 14th and final All· Star appearance - and the first as a reserve. That doesn't mean Jordai1 has changed his mind· <md is going to take their offers. lie reiterated Saturday he'll be happy coming off tl1e bench. "And even if the individual doesn't accept it, it's just a good gesture to do that. Just to come up with tl1atideashowsrespect not just for Michael}ordau, but for the game," said}ordan, who turns 40 this month. McGrady, the league's leading scorer at 30.4 points a game, said again Saturday he will try one last time to persuade Jordan to take his spot in the Eastern Conference lineup. "Probably collectively we are going to come up and try to do something. Whether \Ve can get him the start, we're still going to try. It's not a dead i;:;sue," McGrady said. Jordan, who has a 20.2'point All-Star scoring average, counters that the fans spoke when they voted for the starter%, and that's the way it should b'". 'The reason that I wouldn't accept it, and I don't want to accept it, is because it says a lot for them to go out and livo up to what people expect of them,. which is why they were voted as the starting five," Jordan said.·

At a glance When: 8:30p.m. today. Where: Philips Arena. TV: TNT. Last year: Kobe Bryant and the West won, 135-120. Bryant scored 31 points and was MVP.

Repeat Dunk· King Jason Richardson's bounce pass off Carlos Boozer's forehead was the highlight of the af. temoon. His final throw-down in the punk contest was the perfect ending to the night. Richardson had the most dynamic day of any of the partici-. pants in All-Star Saturday. Richardson led all scorers with 31 points in the rookie game, ending it by hitting a 3pointer after he bounced a pass to himself off Boozer. The Golden State guard then became the first repeat winner of the dunk contest in 15 years. Richardson finished things with a spectacular dunk, coming in along the baseline, catching his lob pass, putting the ball between his legs and switching it from his right hand to his left before slamming it through. Peja Stojakovic of Sacramento also was a repeat winner, taking the 3-point shootout for the second straight year by defeating the same player he beat in the final round ·of last year's shootout, Wesley Person. Richardson's Golden State teammate, Gilbert Arenas, scored 30 points and was picked as the MVP as the soph· omores dominated the second half of their 132-112 win over the rookies.

Iiiii Tony Raines, 38, · BACE Motorsports; former Busch Series . Rookie of the Year. lllll Jack Sprague, 38, · Haas CNC Racing; three-time NASCAR Trucks Series champ~

The Associated Press

Michael Jordan stretch~s during Saturday's All-Star Game practice. "I've had my chances to start 13 years and if 1 don't start the 14th Y~ar, I won't lose sleep." '

Qualifying today

NBA notebook

At stake: Daytona 500 pole position. Time: 1 p.m. 1\1: Ch. 19, 45. Last year's polesitter: Jimmie Johnson.

Playoffs' 1st round

to· be best-of-seven The Associated Press

Notebook

·Earnhardt charges to Shootout victory Enquirer news services

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Dale Earnhardt]r.poweredpast]effGordoii five laps from the end Saturday and held off the four-tim~ Winston Cup champ to win the Budweiser Shootout. Earnhardt appeared able to wheel his red No.8 Chevrolettothefrontanytime he wanted, staying at or near the lead throughout the 70-lap event af J:)aytona International Speedway. Earnhardt was already considered the favorite to win the Daytona 500 pole today. His perfmmance in the first Shootout under the lights didn't hurt that speculation. With Gordon, a two~time Shootout winner, leading at the start of lap 66, Earnhardt took the outside line on the high-banked 2¥2-mile oval and charged to the front. "I can't remember, there was so much happening the last two laps," Earnhardt said when asked about his move to the lead. 'That's a tough win." It was only the second time ~Earnhardt has qualified for the non-points race featuring the previous year's Winston Cup pole winners and former Shootout champions. Last year, he fin. ished second to Tony Stewart.

Earnhardt, who started last in the lineup determined by a blind draw, began to move forward by diving to the bottom of the banking and making a three-wide pass. He took the lead for the first time on the 16th of 70 laps, · passing the Ford of Kurt Busch, who had led from lap five. Under a new format, the 19 starters raced for 20 laps before a 10-mihute intermission, during which tl1eir crews were allowed to make changes to the car. After the brealr, Earnhardt found himself in a battle with Matt Kenseth, and the pair exchanged the lead five times before Gordon, who started just· ahead of Earnhardt at the rear of the field, raced to the front. -'I was looking good with :five to go," Gordon said. "But]unior is so s1J·ong on these restrictor-plate tracks." ·n1e plates, a safety precaution; are used at Daytona and Talladega to keep speeds under 200 mph. SURPRISE NO. 25: Joe Nemechek had tlie fastest speed at Saturday's final. practice. "Somebody. better watch out for us,. because we're coming," said Nemechek, who drove his No. 25 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet to a lap at 18[l.l89 mph.

. A closer look at this year's l -Winston Cup racing teams No Driver Make .$J19nsor Team OJack $p~gue,r :Pontiac Net.zero 01 Jerry Nadeau Pontiac u.s, 1\rmv MB2 1 Steve Park chevy Bennzoil .: O:a18Eainti~itlfJhci 2 Rusty Wallace Dod~e Miller Lite Penske 4 Mille Skinner Pontiac Kodak · ··• Moigafi,McCllire 5Jerry La.bonte Chevy .IW!ogg'$ HenqrickMotQCSROrts Ford :Viagra . · . ·· RoushJlai:ing 6.MarkMartin .7 JimmySpencer · Dodge Sirius UltraMotorsports 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 'chevy Bud,welse( . . .·.. . .DEl · 9Bili Elliott Dodge Dodge Dealers Ray Evemhan:i iOJohnny Benson Pontiac . Vali(oline.. · .· MVMotorsportS 11 Brett Bodine Ford Hooters Brett Bodine 1:2 Ryan Newman Do!lge . Alltel Penshe 14 LarryFoyt-r Dod~e Harrah's ·A.J.foyt 15 Michae!Waltril' Chevy NAPA DEl 16. Greg Biffle,r Ford Grainger Jack Roush Ford · . . De\llaltJools ; · Roush .17.Matt Kenseth 18 Bobby Labonte Chevy Interstate. Batteries Joe Gibbs 19 Jeremy:Mayfield Dodge· Doilge Dealers Ray E:veinham 20 Tony Stewart Chevy Home Depot Joe Gibbs 21 Ricky Rudd Ford . Motocraft ... wood .Brothers 22 Ward Burton Dodge . Caterpillar Bill Davis Racing 2:3J<ennyVvallace Dodge · Stacker 2 Bill Davis 24 Jeff Gordon Chevy · DuPont ·Hendrick 25 Joe Nef1Jechek Ctievy UAW/Delphi Heridrtck 29 Kevin HarJick Chevy GM Goodwrench Richard Childress 30Jeff Green Chevy . . . AOL • Richard Childress 31 Robby (Jordon Chew {;jnl(ular Richard Childress :;!2 Ricky Craven Pontiac . ·· .· Tide · PPI M9\or:sp~rjs 37Derrike Cope Dodge Friendly's QuestMotor 3.8.EIIio\LSadler. Ford ....... M&M's. J{obertYatesRaci~g 40Sterling Marlin Dodge Coo~ Light Chip Ganassi.Racing 41 Casiw!vfears,r Dodge ·.. · ... Target C(lip Gana$si ~acing Dodge Havoline Chip Ganassi Racinl( 42.Jamie.Mc!vfurray-r 43 John Andretti · Dooge . cheerios . . PettY Enterprise$ .45 Kyle Petty Dodge Ga. Pacific Petty Enterprises 48 Jimmie Johnson . chevy . ... . . . lOWe's . , Hendtict<. 49 Ken Schrader Dodge 1-800-Caii-ATT BARacin~ 54Todd 8odine Ford . 1\rmyNat Guard •·· [leiCarMotorelidrts 74 Tony Raines-r Cllevy TBA BAC MotorspOrtS 77 Dave Bilir\ey Ford JasperEngirles JasperMotorspor'.s 88 Dale Jarrett Ford UPS Robert Yates . Ford Rubbil)iaiiJ/Sharpie · · ··· ·· ······ Roll~n gfKurt a~sch 99 Jeff Burton Ford Citgo Roush r-rookie Note: Drivers running partial schedules, with carnumber in parentheses: (No. 02) Hermie Sadler; (No. 07) Ted Musgrave; (No. 09) Mike Wallace; (No. 27) Scott Wimmer. (No. 44) Christian Fittipaldi; (No. 59) Carl Long.

Haas

ATLANTA- The first round of the playoffs will switch from best-of-five to best-of-seven this season under a tentative deal between the players' union and the league, The Associated Press learned Saturday. The union and a handful of. Dallas by 29. . owners reached the agreement Nash will play with Kings in talks during All-Star week- guard PejaStojakovicin today's end. The sides also agreed to All-Star Game. . meet this SUlllller to begin dis"It's strange to be on the cussing an eXtension of the col· same team, and usually we're lective bargaining agreement .trying to kill each other," Nash that will expire after the 2003- said~ "But that's why it's fun to 04 or 2004-05 season. . . change it up,.as least for a day." The switch to a best-of-seven That was obvious during the format was expected to he an- West practice Saturday. Kobe nounced Saturday night at Bryant spent time tallting with commissioner David Stem's Stojakovic, and Phoenix teamnews conference. mates Stephon Marbury and Previous talks betwee.n the Shawn Marion shared a laugh league imd the union failed to with Houston center Yao Ming. produce an agreement on MASHBURN'S FIRST TIME: expanding the first round 0f the New Orleans forward Jamal playoffs, which have been:'best· Mashburn has averaged nearly of-five since 1984. 19 points in his 10-year career, The agreement must be ap- but he's malting his first Allproved by the 29 owner:s, but Star·appearance. that is considered a formaility. A former No, 4 pick, MashFROM FOES TO TEAMIW/~\TES: burn played in the 1994 Rookie . One of the fascinating as)pects Challenge during All-Star of the All-Star Game is wmtch- weekend. . ing play-ers who compete "I don't think I was mature against each other join the enough or ready to make the sameteam. · team when I was a rookie," said · Dallas guard Steve Nash Mashburn. 'There's a lot that says it's hard to look at the oth· goes into it. You have to be very er All-Stars as teammates. Ear- levelheaded and able to handle lier this week, Nash and the all the attention you get. Mavericks lost a one-point "At this point in my career, game to Sacrfu"Tiento, and near- I'm definitely ready for it. I've ly a month ago, the Kings beat prepared myself for it."


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Sam Pollock's Seven Four Seven the 2 1 favonte under leading nder Jason Lumpkins aboard, overpowered 10 nvals entenng the home stretch and rolled to a 412-length wm m the $50,000 Likely Exchange Stakes for fillies and mares Saturday at Turfway Park 'Other than the break ev erything went perfect,' Lumpkins satd afterwmnmg his fourth consecutive stakes of the Winter spnng meet I didn t rush her I let her settle where she wanted She started picking up hor ses down the backstretch, and I could tell I had a ton of horse She acted very profes s10nal today, and It patd off With an rrnpressive wm Seven Four Seven, 5, tramed byTurfway s leading conditioner Berme Flint, rrn proved her record to 8-7-4 m 30 starts With earrungs of $296,888 Itwas her sixth VIC tory at Turfway rn 12 starts Ill! Mary Doser Jomed an elite list of female nders when she collected her 1 OOOth career wm aboard October Optimist, tramed by Chns Doms, m the eighth race Doser 1s the 14th female thoroughbred JOCkey to reach the milestone 'You don t ever think you'll get there ' Doser srud This IS great Things have been falling mto place Hall of Farner Julie Krone tops all female nders With 3,582 career Wins through Fnday followed by Patricia Cooksey, who has 2 131 Doser, former leading apprentice at Ellis Park m 1986, won her first race that year aboard Donda's Future at River Downs

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Fnday's Games No games scheduled Saturday s Games No games scheduled Sunda~ s{Game AI Star Game at Atlanta

All-Star stats At Phil ps Arena AUanla Sunday, Feb 9 {X IDJUred, Will not play; Y: IDJUry replacement}

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Boxing NO CONTEST: Shane Mos ley didn't get a chance to look spectacular agamst Raul Marquez Now he has to see if he was good enough to get another fight With Os car De La Hoya Mosley s fight With Marquez was stopped m the third round Saturday mght and ruled a no contest after two accidental head butts opened deep cuts over both eyes of Mru quez The crowd at the Manda lay Bay hotel casmo m Las Vegas booed loudly as the nng doctor adVIsed referee Kenny Bayless to stop tlie fight at 2 41 of the third round With blood runnmg down Marquez's face

All-Star Skills Challenge Saturday

AIAUanla First Round 313 seconds

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DAVIS CUP: Goran Ivam seVIc played through ann pam to help Croatia come back and beat the Umted States m doubles for a 2 1 lead rn the first round at Za greb IvaruseVIc and Ivan LJub!CIC lost the first two sets agamst the U S team of James Blake and Mardy Fish then constructed a remarkable rally to wm 3 6 4-6, 7 6 (4) 6-4 6-4 GAZ DE FRANCE: Serena Williams beat eighth-seeded EleruDaniilidou 6-2 6-0 m 46 nunutes to advance to the fi. nal m Pans Williams, the Australian Open champiOn, will face third seededAmelie Mauresmo, who beat Elena Dementieva 6-0,6-0

Slam-Dunk Contest AIAUanla Saturday F"nst Round

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HOCKEY NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE AUantic Divis1on W L TOLPtsGFGA 33 13 3 4 73140102 29 14 9 2 69128115 25 22 5 2 57147154 22 24 4 5 53145162 21 28 7 2 51147180 Northeast DIY Slon W L TOLPtsGFGA 3414 7 1 76182127 30 20 4 1 65156133 27 20 5 2 61161144 21 23 7 5 54148167 15 27 7 4 41113141 Southeast DMSJon WLTOLPtsGFGA 2620 7 3 62161150 22 20 8 5 57152156 16 20 11 8 51128164 19 28 3 4 45148191 17 27 6 5 45119161

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Bron James returned to the high school ranks Saturday mght and showed everyone why he unght be the No 1 p1ck m the NBA draft Playmg for the first time smce aJudge restored h1s eh g~bility, James scored a ca reer-high 52 pornts to lead top-ranked St Vmcent St Mary of Ohio over West chester of Los Angeles 78-52 rn the Pnme Trrne Shootout rn Trenton N J The total was two more than the 50 the 18-year old phenom scored earlier this season agamst Mentor, a suburban Cleveland school

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(AI Hamson H S I Upper Bracket Wednesday Feb 12 Game 1 Cole aln vs Talawanda 6 p m

Saturday, Feb 15 Game 3 Glen Este (7) vs Harru ton 2 15 p m

MIAMI CRADlE: At half time of next Saturday's bas ketball game, siX people will be mducted mto the 2002 class of MU's 'Cradle of Coaches Association " They are Peggy Bradley Doppes, Denny Marcm Nick Mourouzts, Jrrn Rose, Ron Zook and, posthumously Marvrn McCollum


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Lakota West's Zach Flake (left) throws Lakewood St. Edward's Charlie Agozzino to the mat during the Division I state wrestling tournament Saturday.

State wrestling meet

Two locals win Ohio titles, celebrate with spectators Flake, Lukens take to stands in victory By Dave Schutte Enquirer contributor

COLUMBUS - Zach Flake hugged everyone at courtside before running into the grandstand to celebrate with his parents, Tim and Julie, and numerous supporter_s,_ ______ ._. ____ -___ _ RYaii- Ltikens was just as exciF .ed,"jumping intothe arms-ofMoeller coach Jeff Gaier, before running into the stands to accept congratulations from his parents, Bill and Mikki. He then grabbed a The Associated Press/JAY LAPRETE cell phone to make a call to California. Hamilton's lan Emmons (right) wrestles with Massillon Perry's Steve Flake, a Lakota West senior, Luke during the Division I state wrestling tournament Saturday. and Lukens, a Moeller junior, won state Wrestling championships Sat- "He was happy and told me he 'The call was the right one,'' urday with four other Cincinnati knew I could do it." Franklin said. 'We were both pretNick Lukens won the 2001 state ty cautious, because you don't area athletes settling for second place before a crowd of 16,000 in championship as a junior by the want to make ·a mistake in the the Value City Arena at the Jerome same score but failed to place as a championship match." . Schottenstein Center. senior. McClain's Conger, third last Ryan Lukens is the seventh year at 119 pounds, took second The second-place finishers were St Xavier senior Dan Malinowski, Moeller wrestler to win a state ti- this year at 125, losing to defendHamilton's Ian Emmons, Franklin tle. ing 112 . state champion Dustin St. Xavier's Malinowski fell one Schlatter of St. Paris Graham in Disenior Matt Franklin and Greenfield McClain senior Jorge Conger. second short of winning the Divi- vision II. The emotional outburst by sion I 171-pound state champion· DMslon I Flake followed a 7-5 decision over ship, losing to Mike Grogan of Championship matches . 140: ·Zach Flake, Lakota West dec. Chm1ie Agozz!no, Lakewood St. Edward senior Char- North Canton Hoover, 5-4 in dou- lakewood St"Edward 7·5; 160: Steve luke, Massillon Peny lie Agozzino in the Division I, 140- ble overtime. maj. dec. !an Emmons, Hamilton 9·1; 171: Mike Grogan, N. Canton Hoover dec. Dan Malinowski, St. Xavier 4-4 OT; 189: Tied 4-4 after the first overtime, Ryan pound state championship match. Lukens, Moeller dec. Jeremy Clingner, Beavercreek 7·3 . Team scores Flake finished the season with a Malinowski had 30 seconds to es1, lakewood St Edward 183. locals: 8, Lakota West 44; 10, Moeller 36; 14, St 41-3 record and closed his career capti ·during the 3D-second suddenXavier 34; 19, Oay. Carroll 24.5; 19 lakOta East 24.5; 25, 149-27. In the process, he became death period. Hamilton 21.5; 30, Miamisburg 17; 33, Harrison 14; 35, 4; 61, Elder 3; 71, Anderson 2; ''I don't know what the clock COlerain 13; 56, Oak Hillslocal the school's second state champiPlacers U9: 5th-Brent Goode (Moener); 135: 5th-Tim on, joining Matt Mcintire, who reatl when I escaped," Malinowski Sizemore (Lakota East); 140: 5th-Tyler Brewer {Colerain}; said. "I was thinking during the 145: 6th-Max Dean (lakota West); 160: 5th-Dan Gallagher won in 2001 and '02. (St Xavier); Hwt: 4th-Wesley Taylor (Hamson); 5th-Tony "I was more nervous this year overtime that this is my last min- Johnson (lakota East). than last because this was my last ute and to give it my all." Division II Championship matches . chance," said Flake, who finished Emmons aiso had to settle for 112: Mike Compton, Willard dec. Matt Frankfir~, Franklin 2-1; 125: Dustin Schlatter, St. Paris Graham.maj, dec. Jorge second last year. "But I knew there the silver, losing to Steve Luke of Conger, Greenfield McClain 11-1 were a lot of people cheering for Massillon Perry, 9-1 in the 160Team scores 1, St. Paris ·Graham 191.5. pound Division I class. me, and it helped." locals: 10, Franklin 37; 27, Greenfield McClain 19.5; 36, Hillsboro 14; 40, Day, Chamlnade-Jul!enne 13; 56, Ross Luke took a 6-0 lead in the first 5.5; More than 30 minutes after de66, Springboro 3; 71, Trenton Edgewood 2.5; feating Jeremy Clingner from Bea- period and didn't look back · Local PI~ 103: 5th Clem Altmann "(Hillsboro}; 125: 3rd-Chas Franklin High senior Franklin Franz (Waynesvf!le); Hwt: 4th-Zach Katris (Franklin). vercreek 7-3 in the Division I 189Division Ill pound match, Moeller's Lukens was <;~2-11oser to Mike Compton of Team scores was still in the clouds !mowing he Willard in the 112-pound Division 1, Sandusky St. Mary, 124. locals: 14, Clinton-Massle 30; 14, Waynesv!l!e 30; 38, had accomplished the goal of II championship match. Carlisle 13; 55, ern. Countly Day 6; 58, Reading 5; 61, Summit Counby Day 4; 70, (tie} Batavia and Madeira 3; 79, claiming the gold, .the same as his With five seconds remaining, Middletown Madison 2; 86, (tie) Bethel-Tate! and Cincinnntl Franklin scored what appeared to Hllls Christian Academy. older brother, Nick. Local Placers "I called my brother (Nick) in be a two-point take-down, but the 103: 5th-Steve Austin (Cartisfe); 145: 5th Jacob Brtant (Clinton Massie); 215: 3rti-Nathan Thobaden {Clinton California (at Stanford University) referee ruled he didn't have total Massie}; 6th-Terry Monroe (Waynesville). to tell him I had won," Lukens said. conb·ol.

.State gymnastics

Winton's Russell, Lakota West top locals DUBLIN, Ohio -·Winton Woods' Justine Russell and the Lakota West team put on the best local performances at the state gymnastics meet Saturday. Russell finished fourth in the balance beam and was 17th in the allaround competition. Russell was 13th in the vault and 30th in the uneven bars. West was led by Emma Sartini and Stephanie Bentley. Sartini was 13th in the balance beam and Bentley was tied for 12th in the floor exercise. Other top local performances: Lakota East's Hannah Hindle was 21st in both the iill-around and the uneven parallel bars; Sarah Comte ·~t

of McNichol~s and Alison DesJardins of Lakota East were tied for 16th iill the vault; and Anderson's Emily Kinman was 32nd in the uneven parallel bars. Katie Niksa of Rocky River Magnificat scored a 9.45 in three of four events to win the all-around state title. Niksa, a sophomore, scored 9.45 in the vault, on beam and on the floor event and an 8.950 on bars for a total of 37.3. Rocky River Magnificat won the team competition Friday.

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Team results Rocky RlverMagnifi~a~ 145.300; 2. Findlay, 143.325; 3.

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200MR-Pnnceton 1:52.58, 200f-Rutz (P) 1:56.90; 2001M-Grove (L) 2'15.34: 50F-Hall (P) 24.11, 100Ry-WIIdef (P) 1:10.58; IOOF-Bn!Oey (P) 53 66: 500F-Win~e (P) 5·14.46: 200FR-Prince1Dn 141.95, 100Back-Haf1man (Pi I 04.36: IOOBreastHaii(P) 1:10.38: 400FR-Prince1Dn 3:52.13.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2002 C5

Wrestling preview

Lakotas, Franklin are best in area By Dave Schutte Enquirer contributor

Lakota West and Lakota East, each loaded with returning starters and state qualifiers, were voted the teams to beat in the Division I Enquirer's preseason coaches wrestling polls. Franklin edged Purcell Marian for the No. 1 spot in the Division II-III poll. The following is a look at each of the ranked teams 1. lakota West: Although state champion Matt Mcintire has graduated, coach Scott Fetzer has eight returning letter-winners to build the team around. Zach Flake, a state runner-up at 130 pounds last year, will be joined by Max Dean (committed to Indiana) and Matt Neal along with Andrew Monk. 2. lakota East: Competition is fierce with 68 wrestlers going for the 14 starting positions. Coach Bob Letessa will build the program around returning state qualifiers Tim Sizemore and Tony Johnson. Many of the remaining weight classes remain up for grabs with at least three wrestlers competing in each. 3. Harrison: The Wildcats are void of returning state qualifiers and coach Chad Dennis must rely on an untested group of wrestlers. Wesley Taylor could dominate in the heavyweight division but the jury is still out on the supporting cast. 4. St. Xavier: The Bombers return four state qualifiers and appear to have enough talent and depth to compete for the No. 1 , spot in the poll. 路 Coach Dick Murphy will build the team around Dan Gallagher, Dan Malinowski and Chad Linz, all of whom were Enquirer All-Stars last season. "Getting off to a good start will be important to this ' team," Murphy said. "We wrestle Moeller and la Salle the first week." 5. Fairfield: The Indians, under coach Ron Masanek, have posted 37 consecutive winning seasons and this shouldn't be an exception. Despite losing three wrestlers who placed at state, Masanek returns veterans and state qualifiers Todd Spenceley and Blair Williams. 6. Moeller: The Crusaders of coach Jeff Gaier return two state qualifiers in Chris Wessel and Brent Good. Ryan Lukens is also expected to provide leadership for a Crusader team that is inexperienced but tournament tested during summer meets. 7. Elder: A lack of numbers will force veteran coach Dick McCoy to rely on several sophomores to record a 13th consecutive winning season. Jim Schultz, Elliott Spence and Chris Chambers should be the top wrestlers. Jeff Mundy, out last season with an injury, is back and should contribute. 8. Colerain: The Cardinals turned the comer last season and should be a much improved during the current campaign. Coach Rick Stegmaier will build the team around standouts Ron Demaris, Tyler Brewer, Joe Duffy, Jason Jones, Tyler Moody and Bill Demaris 9. Oak Hills: Josh Love, Bryan Rengering, Ross Brater and Dave Fischer are the mainstays of coach Ken Brater's team. 10. Hamilton: The Big Blue developed into an outstanding team late last season and veteran coach Tim Brashear looks for the

momentum to carry over into this year. State qualifiers lan Emmons and Joe Gadd are the top returnees. Support should come from Dan Kist, Tony Lovins, Tony Santos and Chris Hamblin.

Divisions 11-111 1. Franklin: Major college prospect Matt Franklin is one of many returning starters for a Wildcat team that scored 13 points at last year's state meet. Besides Franklin, coa~h Wendel Donathan will look to Justin Blevins, Mike Quigley, Zach Katris, John Elam, Justin Harris, David Snowden and Adam Sweeney. 2. Purcell Marian: First year coach Cliff Pope inherited a Cavalier team rich in tradition and with 12 returning letter-winners. Bart Craver, Kevin Tighe and Eric McMullen are the mainstays. 3. Ross: This could be one of coach Rich Dunn's best teams with state qualifiers Brad Schearer and Zach Kanta returning. "We'll have experienced wrestlers in every weight class except 103 and 112," Dunn said. "We had some untimely injuries last year the week of the league tournament which we possibly could have won." Dan Lee, out last season with a shoulder injury, is back. Three-time district qualifier Ronnie Phelps and sectional champ Alex Siemer will also contribute. 4. Madeira: Replacing state champion Kris Kuykendall will be a tough task for coach Bob Keams. But with eight returning letterwinners, the Mustangs should field another strong team. Sophomore Kevin Crowley and senior Tony Rohe will be joined by Chris Davidson, Wayne Memmott, Drew Campbell, Martz Zaczek, Joe Gettinger and Zach Rochon. 5. Reading: Seniors Brian Wilson (sixth at state meet), Jason Witt (state qualifier) and BJ. Mages, all with 30-or-more wins last season, will be the foundation coach Dick Engel builds around. "The success of the football team hurt us in that the three juniors we were counting on didn't come out for the team," Engel 路 said. Engel also pointed toward sophomores Derek Mages (31 victories last year) and John Bogucki as other top wrestlers. 6. Edgewood: This could be the most successful season in years. 路路 Coach Jim Conniff will look to two-time state qualifier Matt McSorley, sectional champion Josh Glancy and veteran Tom An- . glin. 7. Roger Bacon: The Spartans will be an improved team with 11 experienced wrestlers in the lineup. Veterans back include Scott Bien, Steve Brunsman, Dan Rieber, Nick -Owens, Jake Hauck, Alex Roehm and Mike Riga. 8. McNicholas: Former Turpin and Glen Este standout Tim Allen is optimistic that the Rockets will be an improved team. This outlook is based on the return of Purdue-bound Will Kindel and Alex Kammontsos, along with eight other letter-winners. 9. New Richmond: Nick Randolph and Zac Fuller are two of 12 returning letter-winners who could propel the Lions to challenge Clinton Massie and Western Brown for the Southern Buckeye Conference championship.

10. Western Brown: All league performer Chris Scheniderwill be the foundation of a Bronco program that saw 73 wrestlers contesting for the starting positions.


Division I wrestling

Surging St. Xavier earns district title behind seniors ' Lakota East 1

finishes 2nd By Tom Groeschen The Cincinnati Enquirer

WILMINGTON- St. Xavier cruised rather quietly through wrestling's regular season but has unleashed the heavy ammo during postseason tournaments. The Bombers, written off by some after losing dual meets to Greater Catholic League rivals Elder and Moeller this season, continued their recent surge by winning the Division I district title at Wtlmington High School on Saturday night. St. Xavier scored 130.0 points to edge Lakota East (127.5) for the title. Dick Murphy, in his 29th year as St. X coach, said the district title was his program's first since 1990. Dayton Carroll was third at 119.0, followed by Elder (101.0) andEnquirerregularseason poll champion Lakota West (91.5). "What we've got is a strong senior class that has just been incredible," Murphy said. "We've got five guys going to state." St. X admittedly doesn't have the top-to-bottom depth of teams such as Elder, Moeller and the two Lakotas, but its Fab Five seniors are strong enough to bring big points in tournaments. The first shot was fired last weekend, when St. X beat Elder and Moeller to win its first sectional title since 1994. The St. X state placers are

led by Dan Malinowski, who won the 171-pound district titie. Other St. Xscorers Saturday were Lee Carraher (145), Dan Gallagher (160), Brian Schweer (189) and Rick Bolte (215). St. X's best state finish was fourth place in 1978. "If you get at least three guys that can score up there, you can finish that high," Murphy said. "We'll see what happens." The top four placers in each weight class advanced to the state tournament Thursday through Saturday at Ohio State's Schottenstein Center. BIG MATCH: The match of the night was the final one, with two unbeaten heavyweights in Lakota East's Tony Johnson (34-0) facing Dayton Carroll's Pat Barrentine (33-0). Johnson won a 1().9 thriller, scoring a late takedown to take a 10-7lead and then holding on in the final seconds: The match had a state tournament feel, with fans standing and cheering and other wrestlers and coaches gathered up close to watch. Too close, in fact, as tournament officials had to move the eager bystanders several yards back away from the mats. Both heavies are real threats to win state, and both are decorated national wrestlers.Johnsonwasthenational freestyle champion last summer at the Cadet Nationals. Barrentine is a three-time national champion in GrecoRoman events. "We faced each other twice last summer, and we

werel-1,"Johnsonsaid. 'This is big to beat him. It tells me I have a chance to win a state championship." Barrentine, a senior, finished third at state at 215 pounds last year. Johnson, a Lakota East junior, finished third at state at 275 pounds last year. QUICK KICK: Loveland senior Chris Cook, who beat Lakota East's Matt Dillon 3-2 for the 130.pound district titie, was the all-city kicker last season on the Enquirer Divisions II-VI all-area team. Cook also played defensive back for a Loveland team that went S-3 and made the Division II playoffs. "I consider myself just another football player that wrestles," Cook said. Cook finished fifth at districts last year, just missing the No. 4 spot that would have sent him to the state tournament. 'That was my motivation all year," he said. "I was pretty fired up for this one." STAlE PLACERS: Returning 2002 state placers who will head back to Columbus next week are Lakota West's 140.pound Zach Flake (state runner-up at 130 last year) and 145-pound Max Dean (sixth at 152 pounds last year); Hamilton's 16Q..pound Ian Emmons (fifth at 152 last year); and Lakota East's Johnson. TEAM TOTALS: St. Xavier and Lakota East (five each), Elder (four), and Hamilton, Moeller and Lakota West (three each) will send the most Division I wrestlers upstate next week. Mason and Colerain each will send two.

Disbict wrestling

Graham, Versailles triumph The Cincinnati Enquirer

Defending state champion St. Paris Graham ran away with the Division II crown at Goshen, scoring 315 points and advancing 11 wrestlers into the state tournament. Chaminade-Julienne finished in second place, 222.5 points behind Griillam, with 92.5 points. Ross finished in third place with 84 points.

DMSION Ill AT XENIA: Versailles took the championship, scoring 193 points and advancing seven wrestlers to the state tournament. Miami East, which advanced six wrestlers to state, was second with 157 points and Carlisle third with 132 points. Defending state champion Levi Wyant of Triad advanced to state, winning the 103-pound weight class. Bri-

an Mages (160) and Bryan Wilson (215) both won for Reading. Madeira, which finished sixth in state last year, came in lOth, advancing wrestlers Chris Davidson (152) and Tony Robe (275) to the state tournament. Clinton-Massie finished fourth with 105 points and advanced five wrestlers to the next round.


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Ohio State Wrestling preview Paglia (Strongsville), T.J. Enright (GalTony Johnson is one of 69 Cincinnatiloway Westland) and Vince Gioiella area athletes competing in the state (Solon) for the title. tournament beginning today, but the "Cook got a good draw," Brakeman undefeated lakota East heavyweight said. "He could pull it off." isn't an overwhelming favorite. Wrestling authority Brian Brakeman, • 135: Circle the name Ryan Lang editor of the Brakeman Report, an- (lakewood St. Edward) as the winner. alyzes each Division I weight class and Lang is a three-time defending state looks at the best local wrestlers in Di- champion and will be out to tie Fairfield's Willie Wineberg as the only visions II and Ill. wrestlers to win four consecutive titles. Brakeman sees the Division I heavyweight class as the most com• 140: Another wide-qpen weight petitive with Johnson, Pat Barrentine class. Brakeman looks for last year's (Dayton Carroll) and Derrick Bendau state runner-up, Zach Rake, from La(Mayfield Village Mayfield) as the con- kota West to win. tenders. "There's four or five who could win "This is one terrific weight class," it," Brakeman said. "Any of the four Brakeman said. "Johnfrom the Mentor Disson is the National Catrict could also win." det Freestyle (15-16• 145: Mike Miller year-olds) champion Action begins today at (Uniontown lake) and and will be tough to the Jerome Schottenstein Travis Kovach (Massilbeat." Center in Columbus. Rrstlon Perry) are BrakeJohnson drew into round Division Ill matches man's picks, but he the lower half of the begin at 3 p.m., followed said Max Dean, a labracket with Bendau by Division II (4:20p.m.) kota West senior who (42-2) and could meet and Division I (6 p.m.). was sixth last year, the Mayfield senior for The quarterfinals could be a threat. a second consecutive (10 a.m.) and semifinals year. Johnson defeated • 152: lakota West (7:45 p.m.) are Friday; the junior Andrew Monk Bendau last year in the championships are Saturquarterfinals. Bendau is one of Brakeman's day (5:20 p.m.). picks. forfeited to Johnson in "I saw Monk wresthe third-place match tle at the Brecksville Invitational and because of an injury. "Wrestling Derrick is like wrestling a he looked terrific," Brakeman said. keg of dynamite," Brakeman said. "He • 160: Fifth last year at 152 pounds, was hurt all last year, but he set the Hamilton's lan Emmons will be a facstate record for the most career pins tor, as will Steve luke (Massillon Per(152) at the district meet. He won't be ry), Donnie Srock (Wadsworth) and easy to defeat." Tim Scarf (St. Edward). Barrentine, the state runner-up at "It was a big surprise when Em215 in 2001 and third last year, is mons moved up from 152 pounds," 33-1. His only loss was a 10-9 deciBrakeman said. sion to Johnson last week in the dis• 171: St. Xavier senior Dan Malitrict championship match. For team championships, lakewood nowski will be one of the favorites, St. Edward is favored to repeat in Divi- along with Josh Johnson of Toledo Waite. sion 1. St. Paris Graham is the over"Dan got a good draw," Brakeman whelming choice in Division II, but the said. "The Cincinnati kids (Malinowski Division Ill meet is wide open as in and Joe Gadd of Hamilton) have to be past years. happy they're in the bottom half of the bracket away from Johnson and (Mike) Division I Grogan (of North Canton Hoover)." • 103 Pounds: Lakewood St. Edward • 189: In another wide-open weight freshman lance Palmer is the favorite. class, Brakeman gives Moeller junior If Elder's Mike Rlestenberg wins a Ryan Lukens an outside shot at a tifirst-round match, he probably will tle. He sees Beavercreek's Jeremy wrestle Palmer in the quarterfinals. Clingner as the favorite. "Palmer is one of the best freshman • 215: Two-time defending state I've ever seen," Brakeman said. "He won the junior high school champion- champion Matt Koz of lakewood St. Edward is the overwhelming favor-. ship the past two years." ite. Elder senior Chris Chambers is in. • 112 Pounds: There are three former the opposite bracket and has a state champions, David Federico (Wilchance to reach the finals. ' loughby South}, Tony Iovine (Pickerington) and Caleb Metcalf (Anthony Division II Wayne) who will battle for supremacy. Brakeman gives Matt Franklin of • U9: Brandon luce (Sidney) and Franklin a chance to challenge WilAndrew Perez (Elyria) are the favorites. lard's Zach Katris at 112 pounds. Brakeman gives Moeller's Brent Goode a solid chance to place in the Division Ill top six. The outlook for local wrestlers is a • 125: Although Springfield South's little brighter in this division. Alantino Keefer (44-0) is undefeated, Brakeman looks for Madeira senior Brakeman looks for Jason Johnstone Tony Rohe to make a run at the of Massillon Perry to prevail. Cincinnati heavyweight championship. Reading's will be represented by Kent Pierson Bryan Wilson should contend at 215 (lakota East) and Dustin Center (Ma- pounds. son). At 152, Cincinnati Country Day senior tlrad Keiser could have a shot. • 130: .This is a wide-open weight class, with Brakeman looking for love- Dave Schutte land's Chris Cook to challenge Nino

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'· P;en~'s long, 2-rn !i ato,ies for shaky Slugger/at IB in intrasqhad game By John Fay The Cincinnati Enquirer

SARASOTA, Fla. - Wily Mo Pena's day didn't begin very well, but it ended nicely. Pena's first chance as a first baseman - a routine throw from third baseman Wilton Guerrero went past him for an error. But Pena ended the Reds' in- · trasquad scrimmage with a long, two-run homer to left center in the ninth to lift the visitors to a 4-4 tie. Pena, a 21-year-old super prospect, is getting a shot at first base while Sean Casey continues to recover after offseason shoulder surgery. 'That first ball, I was waiting for it, then it hit the ground," Pena said. "I pulled up." Pena did make every other play. "He looked good except for the first one," Reds manager Bob Boone said. "It's his first game there. It's spring training." Pena had an eventful day. In the second inning, he was hit by a pitch from Jose Acevedo. In his second at-bat, he faced Jose Rijo, a fellow Dominican who was in his second year of pro ball the year Pena was born. Rijo told Pena he was throwing him a fastball. "He said, 'Get ready, Wily,'" Pena said. "It was a fastball, but way away." Pena hit a routine fly ball to right He faced John Riedling in the ninth, and Riedling hung a slider. "He did what you're supposed to do with it," Boone said. Pena gets the start today at first when the Reds go to Tampa to play the New York Yankees, the team that traded him to the Reds. 'That will be exciting," Pena said.

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district meet,

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meet and finish with a 35-6 re-

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Hills; Lee Carraher, St. Xavier;

New Richmond; Matt McGuire, Talawanda.

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State wrestling meet

Two locals win Ohio titles, celebrate with spectators Flake, Lukens take to stands in victory By Dave Schutte Enquirer contributor

COWMBUS - Zach F1ake hugged everyone at courtside before running into the grandstand to celebrate with his parents, Tun and Julie, and numerous supporters. Ryan Lukens was just as excited, jumping into the anns of Moeller coach Jeff" Gaier, before running · into the stands to accept congratulations from his parents, Bill and Mikki. He then grabbed a · cell phone to make a call to California. F1ake, a Lakota West senior, and Lukens, a Moeller junior, won state wrestling championships Saturday with four other Cincinnati area athletes settling for second place before a crowd of 16,000 in the Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. The second-place finishers were St. Xavier senior Dan Malinowski, Hamilton's Ian Emmons, Franklin senior Matt Franklin and Greenfield McClain senior Jorge Conger. . The emotional outburst by F1ake followed a 7-5 decision over Lakewood St. Edward senior Charlie Agozzino in the Division I, 140pound state championship match. F1ake finished the season with a 41-3 record and closed his career 149-27. In the process, he became the school's second state champion, joining Matt Mcintire, who won in 2001 and '02. "I was more nervous this year than last because this was my last chance," said F1ake, who finished second last year. "But I knew there were a lot of people cheering for me, and it helped." More than 30 minutes after defeating Jeremy Clingner from Beavercreek 7-3 in the Division I 189pound match, Moeller's Lukens was still in the clouds knowing he had accomplished the goal of claiming the gold, the same as his older brother,, Nick. "I called my brother (Nick) in California (at Stanford University) to tell him I had won," Lukens said.

The Associated Press/JAY LAPRETE

Hamilton's lan Emmons (right) wrestles with Massillon Perry's Steve Luke during the Division I state wrestling tournament Saturday.

"He was happy and told me he knew I could do it" Nick Lukens won the 2001 state championship as a junior by the same score but failed to place as a senior. Ryan Lukens is the seventh Moeller wrestler to win a state title. St. Xavier's Malinowski fell one second short of winning the Division I 171-pound state championship, losing to Mike Grogan of North Canton Hoover, 5-4 in double overtime. Tied 4-4 after the first overtime, Malinowski had 30 seconds to escape during the 30-second suddendeath period. "I don't know what the clock read when I escaped," Malinowski said. "I was thinking during the overtime that this is my last minute and to give it my all." Emmons also had to settle for the silver, losing to Steve Luke of Massillon Perry, 9-1 in the 160pound Division I class. Luke took a 6-0 lead in the first period and didn't look back. Franklin High senior Franklin was a 2-1loser to Mike Compton of Willard in the l12-pound Division II championship match. With five seconds remaining, Franklin scored what appeared to be a two-point take-down, but the referee ruled he didn't have total control.

"The call was the .right one," Franklin said. "We were both pretty cautious, because you don't want to make a mistake in the championship match." McClain's Conger, third last . year at 119 pounds, took second this year at 125, losing to defending l12 state champion Dustin Schlatter of St. Paris Graham in Division II.

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HIGH SCHOOLS _RESULTS. ·.'',. ·; ·• WRESTLI"Q- ,>!. Satu}day's distri~:t' ·results: ·

· :.' · , Dhlslon I at Wl!mingb)n ' •< . . . '· Si.l<avler 130.0; 2. Lakota East ~7.5; 3. Dayton Cirroll119.0; 4. Elder 101.0;'5. Lakota West 91.5; 6•. Moeller 69.5; 7. Hamilton 66.5; 8. Centerville 65.5;. 9. Colerain 61.0; IO:Vendella Butler ab.D; • • • : • Other locals! 14. Mason 49.5; 15. lebenon 40.0;, 16. Hamson 32.0; 17. Oak Hills 31.0; 18. Glen Este, Le .Salle and Loveland 30.0 each; 25:.Talewanda 22.0; 26. Fairfield 20.0; 30. Northwest 16.0; 31. Anderson , 14.0; 33. Princeton 9.0; 34. Sycamore 7.p;3,6. Wlk mlngton 5.0;37. MountHealthy4.5;38. Westem Hills 4.D; 4(1. Kings 2.0; 41. Middletown !.D. .,· Quallflers !top 41n each c1as1 go to ~tateI· Champlonsblp Malclles , · "' : 103-Ciauslng (Miamisburg) d. Rlestenberg (EV dei), 9'5; 112-Kostoff (8utle~ d. Willcocks (Fairfield), 10.7; ~lldne% G~e !M~Ie~. 1!h5; 125-Keefer s • South . M fee\ nter-, ville), 2-1; 131H:ook (Loveland) d. Dillon (Lakota_, East)o3-2; l3~Sizemore (Lakota East) md. Wag. ner.(lebanon),14-4;140-flake'(Lekota West) tech. hill Hirtopp (Hamson), 23-8; 145-Sanchez (Camill) d. Carraher (St. xavier), 8-4; 152-Moryk (Lakota West) d. Sha!l<ey·(Miemlsburg), 6-5;16CJ.-.£mmons (HamlltDn) d. Gallagher (St.l<avler), 2-1; 1n-Mall· nowsl<l (St. xavler).d .. F~end (Piqua), 5-1; 189,CIIngner.w,eavercreek) md. L.u~s mer), 12-2; 215-Cn riiliers.·cEider) so ( er), 6-2; ~t"Johnso~ (Lakota East) d: Barre.ntln~1 (Ca!"'lll:

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Div. I state wrestling ,_ · .\:8':: L.CCAt FINISHERS • CHAMPIONSHIP PIIELIMINARIES 103 Brcm Clausing, Mlarrnsburg dec. Gere Jordan, Delaware Hayes 6-2: Daniel Earley Gahanna Uncoln pin M•ke Riestenberg. Elder 1:28. ' 112 Matt Mosser, Groveport-Madison tech. fall Dan Kist, Hamilton 16-0; Erlc Wanner, Lewis Cenler O!enlan&Y maj. dec Bla•r Willcocks, Fairfield 15-6; Tony lovme, Plci:enngton pin Sean lam!Jen, Mason 1:34. U9 Brent Goode, Moeller pm N1rJ1 Bodnar, Youngs. . Austlntown-Atr.h 3:47; Ryan Riggs. MasSillon Perry maJ dec. Ko<Jy Pr>!rsOn. lJJkota East 15-5. I 125 Jason Jhhnslnne, Massillon Perry pin Kent Pierson, la~.o!a East 3:02; Cale Canales, Cen. GlenOak dec. Dustm Cenler. Mason 10-8. 130 Nathan Spcnr.er, Maylield Village Mayfield tech. fall Matt Olilon .. Lekcta East 19-1; Brad Anderson. Menior dec. Chns Cook, loveland 5-2; Nino Paglia, S!rongsv!lle maj. dec. Tony Smith, Northwest 13-3. 135 Tim Sizemore, lakota East tech. fall Antonio Ramirez, To!. Waite 18-2; Sean Lutz. Marysville maj. dec. , Chris Wagner. Lebanon 10-0. 140 . Randy Buchanan. Parma dec. Chris Hotopp, Harnson 13-IO;TylerBrcwer. Colerain pin PatJeffers, Ken! Roosevelt 2:34: Elliott Spence, Elder dec. Mike Walters, Massillon Perry 12·10 OT; Zach Rake. Lakota West pin Alex Ramsey, N. Con. Hoover 5:14. 145 Kevin Ward, Lakr.wood SL EdWard dec. Mike Scnllle, Oak Hills 6-4; Mill Dean. lakota West 11111] dec. Cl>ns Cromer. Holland SprlnP,. 22·9: Lee Carrah: er. St xaVIer dec. R•c<> Tischer, Cle.lgnatlus 9·2. . 152 I Timmy Miller Wad:; worth tech. fa!l nm Berling. Glen El.tc 18-3; Andr!!W Monk, lJJkota We•t pin Jason Haas. Mas~ilon Jacl<.son 1:57; Justin Shar1<ey, MiamlsburgmaJ. dec. Lambros Paxns. N. Cao. Hoover 12·3. 160 !an Emmons. Hamilton tee~. fall Mi~.e Zeller. Ore· gon Clay 20-5; Tim Searl. Lakevtofl(ISL Edwarll tech. fall Brandon Griffin, Colerain 17-0: Dan Gallagller. St. xavier dec Dexter Huugh-Snee. Mentor 3-1.

High school wrestlers make push for state meet Success was abundant for several area wrestlers last week. Madeira's Tony Rohe set the tone in 275pound weight class at sectionals ~!aiming, the meet title. The heavyweight continued to terrorize opponents at districts, taking home top honors there to advance to state competition. · Teammate Chris Davidson also is state bound after finishing second in the 152-pound weight class at districts. Davidson claimed the sectional title, but met his match in CCD's Brad Keiser at district. The duo went into overtime before Davidson fell 3-l to settle for second place. Madeira also had s~veri other district wrestlers. Sophomore Randy Cloran highlighted underclassman performances by winning sectionals at I 03 with a final-round pin in 27 seconds. Sophomores Kevin Crowley, Zach Rochon, Scott Newport, junior Marty Zaczek, senior Lance Pfau and freshman Brandon Linne also competed at district. Deer Park also was in the Division ill district

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wrestling meet. Senior Tom Welage competed at 189 after claiming third place at sectionals. Freshman Nick Welborne grappled at 112 after a third-place finish at sectionals. Neither advanced to state. Moeller- will send three wrestlers to the Division I state tournament, led by juniors Brent Goode (119) and Ryan Lukens (189), who both finished second at districts in Wilmington. Goode's district performance included a major decision in the first round, a pin in the quarterfinal and a 5-2 decision in the semifinal, before falling 12-2 against Jeremy Clingner in the finals. Lukens had a pin in round one, a 15-0 tech fall in the quarterfinal and a 7-6 decision in the semifinal before dropping a I 0-5 decision against Brandon Luce of Sidney. In the 215-pound class, senior Chris Wessel took fourth after losing 11-9 in overtime against Tyler Zink of Xenia. Wessel enters state with a 257 record. He's coming off two wins by pin at districts. The state tournament is scheduled to begin Feb. 27 and run through March l at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus.

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Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Reistenberg. Elder................................ 26-7 2. Newbanks. Moeller.. ...~................. 19-13 3. Dickinson, Colerain............................... 20-7 4. Nguyen, Mason.................................... 12· 7 5. Coyle, Oak Hills.................................... 13-6 6. Harper, Northwest................................ 19-3 7. Fox, lakota West .................................. 12·12 8. Hollandsworth, Hamilton....................... 15·9 9. Mayles, lakota East............................. 12-7 10. Borton, Wilmington............................. 11·7

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Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Willcocks, Fairfield................................ 17-4 2. Kist Hamltton ...................................... 23-4 3. lambert. Mason................................... 23-4 4. Woolf, la Salle..................................... 24·2 5. Porter, Glen Este .................................. 15-4 6. Brewer, Lebanon.................................. 25·7 7. Tourls, lakota West.............................. 16-9 B. Taylor, Milford...................................... 24-7 9. McBrayer, Wilmington ........................... 20-11 10. Jacamine, Elder .................................. 19-14

U9 Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Goode, Moeller.................................... 21·5 2. Kaake, la Salle.................................... 29-4 3. Cook. St. Xavier.................................... 15-9 4. Pierson, lakota East............................. IB-8 5. Cummings, Wilmington......................... 26-4 6. Szekeresh, lebanon............................. 30-7 7. A. Flake, lakota West ........................... 22-10 B. Gorassl, Elder....................................... 17-15 9. Conley, Glen Este J.............................. 17-8 10. Love, Oak Hills................................... 11-6

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Name, School. ......................................... Record 1. Neal, lakOta West................................ 22-7 2. Crenshaw, Sycamore............................ 22-0 3. Center, Mason..................................... 27-7 4. Hayden, Moeller ... :=..................... 19-9 5. Pierson. lakota East ............................. 19-11 6. Schultz, Elder....................................... 29-B 7. Aber, Wilmington.................................. 23-6 8. Eppert, la Salle.................................... 28-7 9. Dlete~e. Colerain .................................. 19-10 10. Brunkherst, Talawanda ....................... NR

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Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Cook. Loveland.................................... 37-3 2. Dowdy. Princeton ................................. NR 3. Smtth, Northwest.................................. 18-2 4. Noyes, Harrison .................................... 19-12 5. Schultz.la Salle ................................... 19-13 6. Compolongo, Oak Hills......................... 23-7 7. Dillon, lakota East............................... 12-8 8. Marsh,'Coleraln .................................... 14-11 9. Cooperstein, Mason .............................. 17-13 10. Corey, Anderson ................................. 23·11

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Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Strauss, Sycamore ............................... 3-0 2. Fleke, lakota West............................... 30-2 3. Spence, Elder...................................... 31-3 4. Brewer, Co.lerain................................... 30-4 5. Braler, Oak Hills.................................... 24-5 6. Aanagan, la Salle ................................ 25-11 7. Hotopp, Harrison .................................. 17-10 8. Schmittauer, lakole East...................... 4-4 9. Faulkner, Mt Heatthy............................ 24-7 10. Dunk, Loveland .................................. 18·11

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Name, School .......................................... 1. Dean, lakota West............................... 2. Maupin, Glen Este ................................ 3. Carraher, St. Xavier............................... 4. Smith, loveland ................................... 5. Blieden, Sycamore............................... 6. Nuskabet. Elder................................... 7. Schille, Oak Hills.................................. 8. Bunch, Hamson ................................... 9. Neumann, Moeller ....~.................. 10. Decker, Mi~ord ..................................

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Wesley Ta~or, Harrison pin Dave Ylyper. Penysll1Jrg 0:11: Tony Johnson, lBkota East maj. dec. Kevin QUinn. lJJkewood St Edward 1&-6.

5. Lobes, Milford ...................................... 22-10 6. Gault. Weslem Hills.............................. NR

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152 Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Monk, lakota West............................... 26-5 2. Conley, lakota East.............................. 22-9 3. Butler, ML Heatthy................................ 29-2 4. Berling. Glen Este................................. 21-7 5. Kerzhals, Elder ..................................... 24-11 6. Rutner, St Xavier .................................. 17-12 7. Armbrust. Lebanon ............................... 23-11 8. Unzicker, Talawanda............................. NR 9. Miller, Colerain..................................... 12-9 10. Rivera, Harrison.................................. 8-7 160 Name, School .......................................... Record 1. Emmons, Hamltton ............................... 26-2 2. G~ffen, Colerain................................... 25-6 3. Gallagher, SL xavier............................. IS-I 4. Hartmann, Lakota West ........................ 20-11

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Name, School ..................................... :.... Record 1. Malinowski, St. Xavier........................... 24-4 2. Gadd, HamiMn.................................... 17-1 3. McGuire, Talawanda ............................. NR 4. Re, Milford ........................................... 21-10 5. Riha, lakota West................................ 19-3

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Moeller High School 2002-03 Wrestling Articles  
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