Friday, March 5, 2004


• Reds pitcher Chris Reitsma had surgeries to insert and then remove screws in his right elbow after breaking it while pitching for Class A Michigan in 1997, and in 1998 suffered a stress fracture in the same elbow that did not require surgery.

A story in Thursday's editions stated otherwise.

Reitsma's first full season back after the injuries was 1999 at Class A Sarasota, where he went 4-10 with a 5.61 ERA in 19 starts.

• Seven Hills will play St. Bernard at 6:30 p.m. today in a Division IV boys' basketball tournament game at Loveland. The matchup was reported incorrectly Wednesday.

• The University of Cincinnati football team will play at Southern Miss on Nov. 6. That game was omitted from the schedule Wednesday.

MARGE SCHOTT: 1928-2004
Marge will wear red - and sport an elephant pin

Demons leave 'Cats blue
King's late trey lifts UC women in C-USA Tourney

Jackson glad to be back in the game
ONLINE EXTRA: Boothe likes team in underdog role

Bengals add two to bolster defense

Daugherty: It's a season of endings for Nuxhall
Reds get off to a solid start
Haynes throws well in return to mound

Lawyers: Bonds never got steroids
Parker finds a spot with Pirates

NBA no longer far-off dream

Senators hold off Lions with FTs
'Birds hold off Wildcats in semis
Nestheide, Zimmerman put their passing first
Newport QB to play tight end in college
Upcoming Kentucky games
It's defending champ against aspiring champ
Lions really roared back in this one
Upcoming Ohio schedule
State tourney Braves' next task
No.4 Pandas finally reel in a big victory
Lancers win behind Welter
Anderson, Lakota West, Frooman carry area hopes

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