SPORTS NEWS FOR THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2002|
Reds 7, Brewers 4
Jimmy Haynes, discarded by the Brewers last year, pitched 6 1/3 solid innings, and the first-place Reds increased their division lead to 4 1/2 games.
Reds box, runs
Griffey won't play in St. Louis
The development is not a setback, just a further indication the Reds are going to be extremely cautious in bringing their injured star back.
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Brewers manager becoming Reds fan|
MILWAUKEE While some may think the Reds aren't good enough to hold onto first place in the NL Central, Brewers manager Jerry Royster thinks the Reds are for real.
Minors offer little help for pitching staff
MILWAUKEE Reds general manager Jim Bowden went to Triple-A Louisville Tuesday night to take a look at Brian Bohanon, Donny Leon and Carlos Almanzar.
Reds Notebook: Encarnacion gets first off day
MILWAUKEE Juan Encarnacion, the only player to start the first 38 games this season, was not in the lineup Wednesday.
Mets 2, Dodgers 0
LOS ANGELES Jeff D'Amico tossed a two-hitter to outpitch Kazuhisa Ishii and hand the Dodgers their second straight shutout.
Padres 2, Expos 1
SAN DIEGO Ryan Klesko hit an RBI single with one out in the bottom of the 14th inning.
Rockies 7, Marlins 2
DENVER Bobby Estalella hit two solo home runs and pinch-hitter Terry Shumpert had a tiebreaking shot in the seventh inning.
Scott healed, expected back Monday
Darnay Scott is at home in St. Louis working with his personal trainer and is expected to return to Cincinnati on Monday for the Bengals' final eight voluntary veteran workouts.
Bengals ticket packages on sale Monday
Ticket packages and group tickets for 2002 Bengals home games will go on sale Monday.
Course Spotlight: Avon Field like an old friend
At age 89, Percy Marshall still frequents Avon Field Golf Course. It's a course he first played in 1943 and it's where he made his first two holes-in-one, at age 72.
Golf tip from Dana Quigley
The slice can be the result of many different symptoms. For this tip, let's concentrate on weight transfer.
Kings frosh scores upset in tennis sectional
Raees Ismail, a 4-foot-10, 86-pound freshman from Kings, notched the biggest upset of the Division I Cincinnati West sectional tennis tournament Wednesday.
Boys sectional tennis results
Cincinnati high school highlights
Hamilton won its 20th game for the 19th time in the past 20 seasons including 12 in a row with an 8-6 victory over Princeton in the Division I baseball sectional Wednesday at Mason.
Wednesday's results: Cincinnati | Northern Ky.
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OHSAA opposes transfer rule change
COLUMBUS A Senate proposal that would eliminate a requirement that prep athletes lose a year of eligibility when they switch schools has major, major implications, Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner Clair Muscaro said Wednesday.
KHSAA names first female commissioner
LEXINGTON, Ky. Brigid DeVries, an assistant commissioner with the Kentucky High School Athletic Association for the past 23 years, was named Wednesday as the organization's new commissioner.
Where high school stars are going to college
Kentucky Speedway coverage