Boys Golf

 

Putnam County League Tournament at Country Acres Golf Club

1st place: Kalida 328; 2nd place: Miller City 367

Medalist: Trent Siebeneck, Kalida – 79

 

Girls Soccer

 

Western Buckeye League

Bath 3 Van Wert 0
Elida 4 Shawnee 2
Celina 0 St. Marys 0 - Tie
Ottawa-Glandorf 4 Kenton 0

 

Northwest Conference

Spencerville 3 Lincolnview 1

 

Non Conference

Miller City 6 Delphos St. John’s 1

Liberty Benton 6 Kalida 2

 

Boys Soccer

 

Temple Christian 8 Ottoville 0

 

Volleyball

 

Blanchard Valley Conference

#3 D4 McComb 3 Pandora Gilboa 0

#4 D4 Arlington 3 Riverdale 0

#12 D4 Leipsic 3 Van Buren 0

Liberty Benton 3 North Baltimore 0

Hopewell Loudon 3 Arcadia 0

Cory Rawson 3 Vanlue 1

 

Non Conference

#1 D4 Jackson Center 3 New Knoxville 0

#2 D2 Ottawa-Glandorf 3 #11 D4 Ottoville 1
St. Marys 3 Greenville 0
Wapakoneta 3 Indian Lake 0

Temple Christian 3 Delphos Jefferson 1

Ada 3 Kenton 0

Crestview 3 Van Wert 1

 

 

>>Reds Roll Past The Cardinals

(St. Louis, MO)  --  The Reds hit four home runs as they powered past the Cardinals 15-2 at Busch Stadium.  Adam Duvall homered twice and had five RBI to bring his total to 100, Joey Votto added a solo shot and Steve Selsky also homered to go along with four RBI.  Starter Tim Adleman earned the win, throwing seven innings of two-run ball.  The Reds have won three in-a-row after dropping eight-of-nine.  Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia lasted only one inning to take the loss,  Michael Wacha gave up seven runs in relief.  St. Louis has lost four-of-five and trails the Giants by one game for the second NL wild card spot.

>>Reds At Cards

(St. Louis, MO)  --  The Reds play the second-of-four games against the Cardinals tonight at Busch Stadium.  Cincinnati is 66-and-90.  Robert Stephenson starts for the Reds opposite Adam Wainwright for St. Louis. 

>>Indians Clinch Division With Win Against Tigers

(Detroit, MI)  --  The Indians defeated the Tigers 7-4 to clinch the American League Central for the first time since 2007 at Comerica Park.  Coco Crisp and Roberto Perez each had a home run and two RBI for Cleveland in the opener of the four-game series.  Corey Kluber left the game after four innings due to right groin tightness.  Andrew Miller came away with the victory.  J.D. Martinez was 2-for-4 with a dinger and two runs driven in for Detroit.  Buck Farmer was tagged with the loss.  The Tigers are two games back of the Orioles for the second AL wild card spot. 

>>Indians' Kluber Leaves Start With Groin Tightness

(Detroit, MI)  --  Indians starter Corey Kluber is hurt.  He left yesterday's start after four innings with right groin tightness.  Kluber allowed five hits and two runs with a walk and three strikeouts before coming out of the game.  The 2014 American League Cy Young winner is 18-and-9 this season.  The Indians are already without injured pitchers Danny Salazar and Carlos Carrasco.

>>Indians At Tigers

(Detroit, MI)  --  The Indians and Tigers play the second-of-four games at Comerica Park tonight.  Cleveland is 91-and-65, one game behind the Red Sox for best record in the AL.  Mike Clevinger starts for the Tribe.  Detroit counters with Justin Verlander. 

National League
Chicago Cubs 12, Pittsburgh Pirates 2
Arizona Diamondbacks 14, Washington Nationals 4
Miami Marlins 7, New York Mets 3

American League
New York Yankees 7, Toronto Blue Jays 5
Seattle Mariners 4, Houston Astros 3  (11 inn)
Chicago White Sox 7, Tampa Bay Rays 1
Los Angeles Angels 2, Oakland Athletics 1

Interleague
Milwaukee Brewers 8, Texas Rangers 3

>>Falcons Pound Saints On "Monday Night Football

(New Orleans, LA)  --  Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman could not be stopped as the Falcons rolled to a 45-32 win over the Saints on "Monday Night Football" at the Superdome.  Freeman piled up 152 yards on the ground and had five catches for 55 yards and a touchdown.  Tevin Coleman ran for three scores and had 89 total yards.  Atlanta improved to 1-and-2.  New Orleans gave up 442 total yards, but actually outgained the Falcons with 474 of its own.  The Saints had two turnovers, a fumbled punt return and a Drew Brees interception.  Brees did pass for 376 yards and three TDs for New Orleans, which sits at 0-and-3.

>>Bengals' Burfict Back On Roster

(Cincinnati, OH)  --  The Bengals' defense is getting a nice addition.  Linebacker Vontaze Burfict is back on the roster after serving his three-game suspension.  Burfict is available to play on Thursday night when the 1-and-2 Bengals host the 1-and-2 Dolphins. 

>>Eifert Not Ruled Out For Thursday

(Cincinnati, OH)  --  It's not out of the question tight end Tyler Eifert makes his 2016 debut against Miami.  Eifert practiced for the first time last week and continued in a limited capacity yesterday.  Head coach Marvin Lewis wouldn't indicate either way. 

>>OSU's Meyer Speaks With Media

(Columbus, OH)  --  Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer held his weekly Monday presser yesterday.  The Buckeyes are back to work after a bye week gearing up for their Big Ten opener.  Ohio State goes for 4-and-0 hosting Rutgers on Saturday. 

>>OSU Kick Off Time Set For Indians Game

(Columbus, OH)  --  Ohio State's game against Indiana on October 8th will be at 3:30 p.m.  It is in Columbus.  The game will be on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.

>>Cavs Hold Media Day

(Cleveland, OH)  --  The Cavaliers held their media day yesterday.  General manager David Griffin says they are efforting to re-sign guard J.R. Smith.  Smith is an unrestricted free agent but is expected to be back with the team.  It's the second straight season Cleveland has dealt with a holdout of training camp.  Last year it was Tristan Thompson. 

>>Cavs' Mo Williams To Retire

(Cleveland, OH)  --  Cavaliers veteran guard Mo Williams is retiring after 13 NBA seasons.  General manager David Griffin told reporters at Cavs media day about Williams' decision.  The 33-year-old tweeted last week "coming back hashtag-one-more-year."  He averaged 13.2 points and 4.9 assists while playing for the Cavs, Jazz, Bucks, Clippers, Trail Blazers, Timberwolves and Hornets.