SPORTS NEWS FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2002|
|Prep sports section|
Roger Bacon won the Ohio boys Division II title last weekend, while Winton Woods lost in the Division I final, and the Holmes girls lost in the Ky. Sweet 16 semifinals. Click here for complete coverage of Ohio and Kentucky basketball tournaments.
Red Sox 5, Reds 4
The arms: Opening day starter Joey Hamilton allowed three hits and two runs in five innings in his final spring start.
SARASOTA, Fla. First baseman Sean Casey was the lone starter missing from Wednesday's game with Boston. He is bothered by a strained back suffered during Tuesday's game against Minnesota.
JUPITER, Fla. Jose Canseco will not reach his goal of 500 home runs with the Montreal Expos.
High schools: QCC baseball preview
Ken Griffey Sr. and Dave Parker will appear at the Queen City Conference's Baseball In The City league preview Saturday at Roselawn Park. They will help conduct a clinic from 10-11a.m., followed by baseball games beginning at noon.
With Indiana in Final Four, is team Davis' or Knight's
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. It's the subject of much saloon conversation and coffee-room debate these days.
Something to prove: Final Four teams following same theme
ATLANTA When Dean Smith finally won his first national championship in 1982, no one was happier for him than Roy Williams.
NIT: Wagner faces decision after Memphis faces South Carolina
NEW YORK Everyone, it seems, wants to know if Dajuan Wagner is going to the NBA next year.
Cyclones win streak at five
Cincinnati defeated Johnstown 6-4 for its fifth straight win.
Ducks lose again
Mike Matteucci, David Cullen and Cory Larose each scored to lead Houston to 3-1 victory over Cincinnati.
Ottowa breaks losing streak
UNIONDALE, N.Y. Martin Havlat scored two goals and had an assist and Patrick Lalime stopped 27 shots as the Ottawa Senators won for the first time in five games as they beat the New York Islanders 4-1 on Wednesday night.
NBA suspends 4 Pacers players
NEW YORK Jermaine O'Neal of the Indiana Pacers was suspended for two games without pay Thursday and fined $10,000 by the NBA for throwing punches, and three teammates received automatic one-game bans for leaving the bench against Detroit.
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