Western Buckeye League

#1 Ottawa-Glandorf (18-0)  60 Kenton (13-4)  49  

Bath (12-5)  45  Van Wert (4-14)  30     

St Marys(11-8)  61 Celina (1-16)  18  

Wapakoneta (13-4)  60 Defiance (12-6)  49  

Elida (6-11)  59   Shawnee (5-13)  53      

Northwest Conference

#7 Columbus Grove (16-1)  73   Spencerville (4-13)  24  

Bluffton (14-4)  58   Allen East (3-16)  40  

Crestview (10-8)  66   Paulding (3-15)  30  

Delphos Jefferson (8-11)  63   Lincolnview (10-8)  59  

Midwest Athletic Conference

#3 Minster (16-1)  46   Marion Local (9-9)  32  

#6 Fort Recovery (14-1)  65   Parkway (3-14)  31  

#8 Versailles (16-3)  43   New Knoxville (8-11)  32  

Coldwater (15-3)  60   New Bremen (8-11)  37  

Delphos St Johns(10-9)  54   St Henry (8-11)  50  

Putnam County League

Kalida (9-9)  43   Fort Jennings (1-18)  34  

Three Rivers Athletic Conference

Lima Senior (8-10)  55   St Ursula Academy (5-12)  50   OT

Clay (10-7)  53   Fremont Ross (10-7)  36  

Whitmer (11-5)  69   Toledo Central Catholic (9-8)  43  

Notre Dame Academy (14-3)  64   Findlay (9-9)  26  

Non Conference

Perry (3-14)  59   Temple Christian (1-5)  45  

Lima Central Catholic(9-11)  75   Ada (6-11)  52  

Blanchard Valley Conference

#5 Liberty-Benton (15-2)  94   Cory-Rawson (0-20)  22  

#6 Arlington (16-2)  80   McComb (8-10)  53  

Leipsic (13-5)  46   Arcadia (12-5)  38  

Hopewell-Loudon (11-7)  53   Vanlue (5-11)  26  

North Baltimore (13-5)  58   Van Buren (2-16)  31  

Pandora-Gilboa (11-5)  76   Riverdale (9-9)  69  

Northwest Central Conference

Hardin Northern (9-11)  47   Waynesfield-Goshen (6-11)  39  

Ridgemont (15-6)  58   Lehman Catholic (7-10)  52  

Upper Scioto Valley(14-3)  62   Riverside (3-15)  27  

>>Ohio State At Michigan Tomorrow

(Ann Arbor, MI)  --  Ohio State and Michigan renew its rivalry on the hardwood tomorrow night in Ann Arbor.  It's the only meeting between the two teams this season.  The Buckeyes have lost two in-a-row to fall to 13-and-10 and 3-and-7 in the Big Ten.  Michigan is 14-and-8 and 4-and-5.

>>"Coach K" To Return Saturday As Duke Hosts Pitt

(Durham, NC)  --  "Coach K" is returning to the sidelines this weekend.  Duke's Mike Krzyzewski will be back to coach Saturday's game against Pittsburgh at Cameron Indoor Stadium.  He has missed the last seven games while recovering from surgery to repair a herniated disk in his back.  The Blue Devils went 4-and-3 under interim coach Jeff Capel.  The 21st-ranked Blue Devils are 17-and-5 on the season.  The Panthers are 12-and-10.

>>MSU Wins

(Lincoln, NE)  --  Michigan State won its second game in-a-row with a 72-61 victory over Nebraska on the road last night.  Miles Bridges led the Spartans with 16 points. MSU is 14-and-9 overall and 6-and-4 in the Big Ten.  The Spartans travel to Ann Arbor Tuesday to tip off against Michigan.

>>OU Wins

(Youngstown, OH)  --  Oakland University topped Youngstown State, 90-76.  Jalen Hayes paced the Golden Grizzlies with 21 points.   

>>UDM Loses

(Cleveland, OH)  --  Detroit Mercy fell 90-73 at Cleveland State last night.  Corey Allen led the Titans with 24 points. 

Top-25 College Basketball  ("USA Today" Rankings)
#1 Gonzaga Bulldogs 85, BYU Cougars 75
#5 Arizona Wildcats 71, Oregon State Beavers 54
#13 Oregon Ducks 71, Arizona State Sun Devils 70
#19 Saint Mary's Gaels 74, Pacific Tigers 70
#23 Florida Gators 93, Missouri Tigers 54

>>Cavaliers At Knicks Tomorrow Night

(New York, NY)  --  The Cavaliers are back on ABC Saturday night.  Cleveland heads to Madison Square Garden to face the Knicks.  It's the start of a four-game road trip for the Cavs, who are 33-and-15.  They also play the Wizards, Pacers and Thunder.  New York is 22-and-29. 

>>Cavs' Irving In Three-Point Contest

(New Orleans, LA)  --  Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving will be apart of the NBA's All-Star Saturday Night event on February 18th in New Orleans.  Irving is participating in the three-point contest.  He will challenge Warriors guard Klay Thompson, Raptors guard Kyle Lowry, Hornets guard Kemba Walker, Rockets guard Eric Gordon, Blazers guard C.J. McCollum and Lakers guard Nick Young. 

>>Warriors Crush Clippers Again

(Los Angeles, CA)  --  The Warriors smashed the Clippers for a second time in five days, cruising to a 133-120 victory at STAPLES Center.  Golden State dominated LA, 144-98, on January 28th and has won all three matchups between the teams this season by an average of 16 points.  They wrap up their season series on February 23rd at ORACLE Arena.  Steph Curry stayed hot, putting up 29 points and 11 assists as the Warriors improved to 43-and-7.  Blake Griffin became the first Clipper this season to reach 30 points, going for 31.  LA fell to 31-and-19. 

Washington Wizards 116, Los Angeles Lakers 108
Atlanta Hawks 113, Houston Rockets 108
San Antonio Spurs 102, Philadelphia 76ers 86

>>Blue Jackets At Pens

(Pittsburgh, PA)  --  The Blue Jackets head to PPG Paints Arena to face the Penguins tonight.  Columbus is coming off a 6-4 win against the Rangers on Tuesday.  The Jackets are in second in the Metro Division with 70 points, four behind the Caps.  The Pens are in third, trailing Columbus by three.

>>Wings And Islanders

(Detroit, MI)  --  The Red Wings host the New York Islanders at Joe Louis Arena tonight.  Detroit fell to the New Jersey Devils 4-3 Tuesday and is winless in its last five games.  Defenseman Brendan Smith, who has missed the last 12 games with a knee injury, could be back in the lineup tomorrow night in Nashville.  Goalie Jimmy Howard may also return to the ice tomorrow night in a rehab start for the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins.  Howard has been out for the last 17 games with a knee injury.

>>Reds Sign Arroyo To Minor-League Deal

(Cincinnati, OH)  --  The Reds are going to take a flier on starter Bronson Arroyo.  Cincinnati signed the 39-year-old to a minor-league contract.  He was with the Reds for eight seasons, but hasn't pitched in the majors since 2014.  According to SB Nation, the Reds are also close to a minor-league deal with outfielder Desmond Jennings. 

>>Tribe Shores Up ‘Pen

(Cleveland, OH) -- The Cleveland Indians' stacked bullpen is getting even deeper. Left-handed reliever Boone Logan agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Indians, multiple media outlets reported Thursday. The 32-year-old has made 60-plus appearances in five of the past six seasons. Last year, he went 2-5 with one save and a 3.69 ERA in 66 outings for the Colorado Rockies. He limited left-handers to a .142 average and righties to a .211 average. Logan enters a bullpen that is solid at the back with left-hander Andrew Miller, the American League Championship Series MVP, and right-handed closer Cody Allen.

>>Falcons, Patriots Square Off Sunday In Super Bowl 51

(Houston, TX)  --  Super Bowl 51 is just days away.  The Falcons and Patriots square off for the Lombardi Trophy Sunday at Houston's NRG Stadium.  Atlanta is making just its second Super Bowl appearance, while New England is in the big game for a record ninth time.  The Falcons lost their only previous Super Bowl to Denver in January 1999.  The Patriots are 4-and-4 all-time, including 4-and-2 under head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady.  It's the third Super Bowl appearance in the last six seasons for the Pats, who used a goal-line interception two years ago to beat the Seahawks, 28-24. The Falcons beat the Seahawks and Packers to reach the Super Bowl, while the Patriots topped the Texans and Steelers.

>>Falcons Mack Limited

(Houston, TX) -- Falcons Pro Bowl center Alex Mack was bothered by his injured left
fibula during practice, and coach Dan Quinn says he's ''concerned'' about the anchor of the offensive line heading into Sunday's game against the Patriots. Mack was injured in the NFC championship against Green Bay but managed to stay in the game. He didn't practice last week, and he's been listed as limited this week.