SPORTS NEWS FOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2002
Gullett, McPhee join greats
        Don Gullett said he was shocked when the Reds told him he had been elected to the team's Hall of Fame.

UC: No sweat in Charlotte
        Leonard Stokes put an end to his problems on the road and led the the sixth-ranked Bearcats past Charlotte 85-66.

UC seeking coordinator
        University of Cincinnati coach Rick Minter said Jeff Filkovski, the Bearcats' quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator, will relinquish his recruiting duties in order to focus on the Bearcats' offense.

Winter Olympics coverage
        Latest news and previews from Associated Press.
Multimedia Olympic Guide

Prep sports section
        Complete coverage of basketball and other prep sports in the Tristate.

Sports events this week
        A schedule of area sporting events for the next seven days.
NIT gets bigger to help little teams
        NEW YORK — For the past 30 years, the NIT has provided a second chance for college basketball teams that didn't make the field for the NCAA Tournament.

DAUGHERTY: Potential brought into focus
        Someone had to save him. Thin, sad-eyed kid, always staring at his feet, never smiling, drifting through his days saying and thinking, “whatever.” Nice kid, they all said. No trouble. But poor student, couldn't focus, didn't care, had no one behind him nudging his aspirations.

SULLIVAN: Patriotism
        On the off chance you didn't get enough overproduced patriotism from the Super Bowl, be patient. The Winter Olympics are just around the jingoistic corner.

Coming up this week

Bottom line: Excitement
        In the time it took to scrawl a signature, dozens of area high school football players began their odyssey into the world of college football. On Wednesday, the Enquirer dropped in on several schools and players; what follows is a snapshot of signing day.

UC area signees solid but slim
        One year after signing local high school quarterback Gino Guidugli, who played at Highlands before earning Conference USA Freshman of the Year honors last season, University of Cincinnati coach Rick Minter graded his 2002 local recruiting efforts as a “B+.”

Roundup: Kentucky boys basketball
        New Richmond converted 11 of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter in beating Newport 73-62 Wednesday. Tyler Henderson took scoring honors with 24 points, 11 in the second half.

Roundup: Ohio boys basketball
        A 67-55 victory over Indian Hill Wednesday moved Reading closer to wrapping up the Cincinnati Hills League championship, which would be the Blue Devils' first league title since the 1977-78 season.


SPECIAL COVERAGE
Reds set ticket prices for new ballpark
        Seats at the Great American Ball Park will range from $5 to $175. Check our ballpark graphic showing the prices in each area.
Analysis: Ticket price won't keep fans away

Where high school stars are going to college
Tristate golf guide
Kentucky Speedway coverageAuto racing coverage
Tennis Masters Series Cincinnati
New look of Cinergy Field
Flying Pig Marathon, including searchable results

 
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