SPORTS NEWS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2002|
|High school sports section|
Check out our spring sports coverage, college signings, and top stories from basketball, football and other sports.
Struggling offense doesn't keep Reds from win column|
SAN FRANCISCO The Reds are a statistical anomaly. They are winning without hitting. That doesn't happen often in the 70-home run era. But the Reds have clearly done it.
Cameron's big night marked by class
NEW YORK With four home runs in the game already and a chance to break the record, Mike Cameron chose to follow baseball decorum instead.
Under Hurdle, Rockies' road has become suddenly smooth
DENVER It's getting harder and harder for Clint Hurdle to deflect credit for the Colorado Rockies' abrupt turnaround.
MLB: Cardinals to start another rookie pitcher
Right-hander Jason Simontacchi is the latest minor leaguer to get a chance with the St. Louis Cardinals.
NEW YORK Seattle didn't take long to get to Ted Lilly this time, scoring two runs in the first inning, and the Mariners didn't need any more homers from Mike Cameron to beat the New York Yankees 6-2 Friday night.
Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox never wavered, and Damian Moss didn't complain.
Notes from Friday's games
Bengals notes: Annual quarterback battle begins
The Bengals' quarterback situation was the main topic of conversation when players reported for minicamp meetings Friday night at Paul Brown Stadium.
49ers' Owens scores seven points in USBL debut
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. Declaring his pro basketball debut was very average, Terrell Owens will have at least one more chance to redeem himself.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. All-Pro tight end Tony Gonzalez wasn't around when Kansas City's newest wide receiver made an impressive debut during Friday's first day of minicamp.
Ohio prep roundup
Harrison and Anderson could share the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division baseball championship, after both posted victories Friday.
Kentucky prep roundup
Sophomore third baseman Joe Skidmore and senior catcher Sean Ryan each contributed two-run doubles as Covington Catholic erupted for five runs to snap a 5-5 tie and beat Scott 10-5 Friday. Skidmore's two-base hit started the scoring for the Colonels, who won their sixth consecutive game.
Tristate high school results
Baseball tournament schedule
Softball tournament schedule
Bogans back to UK, but not Carruth
LEXINGTON Keith Bogans will return to Kentucky next season to play out his senior season.
Boston blows out Philly, will face Detroit
BOSTON From one great rivalry to another.
Duncan returns, San Antonio advances
SAN ANTONIO The math in this equation is simple, and it's all related to Tim Duncan.
Mavericks, Kings set to light up scoreboard
Today, the NBA's future might be on display when the Dallas Mavericks visit the Sacramento Kings in a second round Western Conference series.
Carolina shuts out Montreal
RALEIGH, N.C. There was a time in the second half of the season that the Carolina Hurricanes couldn't buy a win at home. Now, they've got four straight in the playoffs.
Canada's McDonald stars at World Championships
KARLSTAD, Sweden Former Cincinnati Mighty Ducks center Andy McDonald of Anaheim scored the decisive goal Friday, lifting Canada to a 3-2 win over Switzerland in the second round of the World Championships.
Choi leads by 1 in New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS South Korea's K.J. Choi shot a 7-under-par 65 Friday to take a one-stroke lead over Dan Forsman after the second round of the Compaq Classic.
Notre Dame players accused in rape being expelled
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Three Notre Dame football players and a former player accused of gang-raping a female student are being expelled from the university, the men's attorneys said.
Tyson admits biting Lewis
NEW YORK Mike Tyson admitted biting Lennox Lewis' leg during a news conference melee that led to the loss of the former heavyweight champion's Nevada boxing license.
Ward Burton wins pole for Pontiac 400
RICHMOND, Va. Ward Burton set a track qualifying record of 127.389 mph Friday night to take the pole position for the Pontiac Excitement 400 NASCAR Winston Cup race.
Where high school stars are going to college
Kentucky Speedway coverage