>>High School Baseball

Piqua (1-0)  6   Wapakoneta (2-2)  1  

Ottawa-Glandorf (1-1)  5   Ottoville (0-1)  4  

Archbishop Moeller (1-0)  12   Defiance (0-1)  4  - at Univ. of Cincinnati 

Celina (4-0)  12   Marion Local (1-3)  2  - 6 innings

Kenton (2-0)  7   Elgin (0-1)  3  

Coldwater (1-1)  11   Fort Loramie (0-2)  1  - 5 innings

Fort Recovery (2-1)  5   Lincolnview (0-1)  1  

Russia (2-0)  16   Minster (1-1)  6  - 6 innings

Arcadia (1-1)  5   Ada (0-2)  4  - 9 innings

Riverdale (1-1)  9   Delphos Jefferson (1-3)  7  

Fairview (1-0)  8   Paulding (0-2)  4  

Miller City (2-0)  12   Continental (1-2)  2  - 5 innings

Fort Jennings (2-2)  3   Wayne Trace (0-2)  0  

McComb (2-0)  2  Tinora (0-2)  1  

>>High School Softball

Hardin Northern (1-1)  10  Upper Scioto Valley(0-1)  0  - 5 innings

Minster (2-1)  14  Celina (1-1)  3 – 5 innings  

Kenton (2-0)  10  Elgin (0-1)  0  - 5 innings

Wapakoneta (3-1)  6  West Liberty-Salem (0-1)  1  

Coldwater (2-1)  6  Fort Loramie (1-1)  1  

Bryan (3-0)  3   Paulding (1-1)  0  

Wayne Trace (1-0)  12 Ottoville (0-1)  1 

>>Reds Drop Dodgers 

(Goodyear, AZ) -- Scott Feldman picked up the win in his final Cactus League start as the Reds defeated the Dodgers 9-3 in Goodyear. Cincinnati's Opening Day starter gave up two runs on four hits in five-and-two-thirds innings and struck out four. Adam Duvall was 3-for-4 with two homers and four RBI. 

>>Reds Finish Out Cactus League Play 

(Goodyear, AZ) -- The Reds finish out their time in Arizona versus the Indians this afternoon. Cincinnati will be the home team in Goodyear. They then head to Louisville to play the Triple-A Bats on Friday and the Reds Futures Game will be on Saturday. 

>>Reds Claim Gennett Off Waivers 

(Goodyear, AZ) -- The Reds are adding a new middle infielder to the mix. Cincinnati claimed second baseman Scooter Gennett off waivers from the Brewers. The Reds are hoping they can use him at third base and the outfield too. Gennett hit .263 with 14 homers in 136 games last season.

>>Brewers Outslug Indians 

(Phoenix, AZ) -- Corey Kluber got knocked around for five runs in five innings as the Indians fell to the Brewers 13-12 in Cactus League action. Kluber did have six strikeouts to only two walks, but allowed three homers. Michael Brantley went 2-for-3 with a run scored, while Daniel Robertson had three hits, a solo shot and three RBI. Cleveland plays its final Cactus League game versus the Reds in Goodyear this afternoon. 

>>Indians, Ramirez Finalize Five-Year Extension 

(Goodyear, AZ) -- The Indians are locking up infielder Jose Ramirez with a five-year contract extension. The deal, which was finalized yesterday, was previously reported to be worth as much as 50-million dollars with 26-million guaranteed. It also includes club options for 2022 and 2023. The 24-year-old Ramirez hit .312 with 11 home runs, 76 RBI and 22 stolen bases in 152 games last season.

>>Georgia Tech Cruises Past Cal State Bakersfield In NIT Semis 

(New York, NY) -- Georgia Tech cruised past CSU Bakersfield 76-61 in the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden. The Yellow Jackets opened up a 10-point halftime lead and never looked back. Josh Okogie scored a game-high 22 points in the winning effort. Georgia Tech will face Texas Christian in the NIT championship game on Thursday. Dedrick Basile paced the Roadrunners with 18 points in defeat. CSU Bakersfield finishes the season 25-and-10.

>>TCU Trounces UCF To Reach NIT Title Game 

(New York, NY) -- TCU is moving on to the NIT championship game after trouncing UCF 68-53. Kenrich Williams collected 14 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists in the victory. The Horned Frogs will face Georgia Tech in the title game at Madison Square Garden on Thursday. Matt Williams finished with 15 points for the Knights, who led by two at halftime. UCF ends the year 24-and-12.

>>Cavs At Bulls Tomorrow 

(Chicago, IL) -- The Cavaliers try to get right tomorrow night facing the Bulls in Chicago. Cleveland is 10-and-17 in its last 27 games, including losing three-of-four after getting smoked by the Spurs on Monday. The Cavs are a half-game behind the Celtics for the top-seed in the East. Boston hosts the Bucks tonight. The Bulls are 35-and-39, a game behind the Heat for the eighth slot.

>>Heat Sink Pistons At Buzzer

(Detroit, MI)  --  Hassan Whiteside's tip-in at the buzzer lifted the Heat to a 97-96 win over the Pistons at The Palace.  Whiteside put up 17 points and nine rebounds.  The Heat  have a one-game lead on the Bulls for the eighth playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.  Detroit is two-and-a-half games back.

>>T'wolves Clip Pacers Late 

(Indianapolis, IN) -- Ricky Rubio's three free throws in the final seconds of the fourth quarter gave the Timberwolves a 115-114 win against the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Paul George scored 37 in the loss. Indiana has dropped three-of-four to put them back at .500.

>>Warriors Run Past Rockets 

(Houston, TX) -- Steph Curry went off for 32 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists as the Warriors took care of the Rockets 113-106 at the Toyota Center. Klay Thompson added 25 and five threes, while Draymond Green posted 19 points with nine rebounds and four assists. Golden State is 60-and-14, the third straight season they hit the 60-mark.

>>Hawks End Skid Against Suns 

(Atlanta, GA) -- Dennis Schroder scored a game-high 27 points and dished out nine assists as the Hawks topped the Suns 95-91 at Philips Arena. Ersan Ilyasova added 18 points and 12 rebounds for Atlanta, which snapped a seven-game losing streak. Former Lima resident Tyler Ulis added 15 points and 10 assists for Phoenix, which lost its ninth in-a-row.

Milwaukee Bucks 118, Charlotte Hornets 108

 Philadelphia 76ers 106, Brooklyn Nets 101 

Portland Trail Blazers 122, Denver Nuggets 113 

Washington Wizards 119, Los Angeles Lakers 108

>>Blue Jackets Top Sabres 

(Columbus, OH) -- Sergei Bobrovsky turned away 41 shots as the Blue Jackets defeated the Sabres 3-1 at Nationwide Arena. Columbus took a two-goal lead in the first period off the sticks of Kyle Quincey and Cam Atkinson. The Jackets have 105 points, three behind the Caps for first place in the Metro Division. They're at the 'Canes tomorrow night.

>>Hurricanes Hammer Red Wings To Extend Point Streak 

(Raleigh, NC) -- Lee Stempniak and Joakim Nordstrom scored in the first and the Hurricanes went on to beat the Red Wings 4-1 in Raleigh. Jordan Staal and Elias Lindholm also lit the lamp for Carolina, which has earned at least a point in 12 straight games. The Hurricanes are four points behind the Bruins for the second wild card in the East. Tomas Nosek netted his first NHL goal for Detroit, which played for the third straight day. The Red Wings were eliminated from playoff contention, ending a streak of 25 consecutive postseason appearances.