PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Games
Blanchard Valley Conference
Cory-Rawson at Arlington, ppd.
Hopewell-Loudon at Pandora-Gilboa, ppd.
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Fremont Ross at Tol. Cent. Catholic, ppd.
Northern Buckeye Conference
Lake at Eastwood, ppd.
Otsego at Elmwood, ppd., rescheduled Monday
Northern Ohio League
Shelby at Bellevue, ppd., Jan. 16
Tiffin Columbian at Sandusky Senior, ppd.,
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Ottawa Hills 65, Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 36
Tiffin Calvert at Cardinal Stritch, ppd., Jan. 16
Toledo Christian at Danbury, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 16
Northern Lakes League
Napoleon at Perrysburg, ppd.
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Clear Fork at West Holmes, ppd.
Mid-Buckeye Conference
Danville at Crestline, ppd.
Other NW Ohio Games
Ada at Waynesfield-Goshen, ppd.
Archbold at Defiance, ppd.
Ashland Crestview at West Salem Northwestern, ppd.
Benjamin Logan at Fairbanks, ppd.
Bucyrus at Galion Senior, ppd., rescheduled Monday
Camden-Frontier, Mich. at Montpelier, ppd.
Galion Northmor at River Valley
Grand Lakes at Heritage Christian, ppd.
Hardin Northern at Arcadia, ppd.
Lucas at New London, ppd., rescheduled Feb. 6
Mapleton at Kidron Central Christian, ppd.
Maumee at Wauseon, ppd.
Millersport at Howard East Knox
New Knoxville at Wapakoneta, ppd., Feb. 2
Ridgemont at Allen East, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 26
Riverside at Botkins, ppd.
Shekinah Christian at Jonathan Alder
Sparta Highland at Columbus St. Francis Desales
Tipp City Tippecanoe at Versailles, ppd.
Willard at Vermilion, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 25
Wooster Senior at Massillon Perry
Johnstown-Monroe 40, Centerburg 30
Sylvania Northview 67, Oregon Clay 31
Around Ohio
Akr. Buchtel 87, Akr. East 52
Akr. Coventry 64, Canal Fulton Northwest 57
Akr. Firestone 79, Akr. Kenmore 64
Akr. Hoban 75, Gates Mills Gilmour 67
Athens 71, Nelsonville-York 47
Beaver Eastern 46, Latham Western 35
Bedford 75, Cornerstone Christian 65, 0
Bristol 69, Cortland Maplewood 35
Burton Berkshire 63, Gates Mills Hawken 57
Caledonia River Valley 87, Galion Northmor 59
Can. McKinley 63, Green 56
Can. South 63, Beloit W. Branch 50
Canfield S. Range 60, E. Palestine 36
Chesapeake 53, Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant 33
Cin. Anderson 54, Harrison 52
Cin. Indian Hill 62, Goshen 47
Cin. La Salle 55, W. Chester Lakota W. 43
Cin. Moeller 63, Cin. Western Hills 37
Cin. N. College Hill 54, Cin. Clark Montessori 30
Cin. NW 69, Cin. Mt. Healthy 44
Cin. Oak Hills 44, Cin. Elder 41
Cin. Woodward 98, Lockland 29
Cle. Hts. Lutheran E. 93, Elyria Open Door 44
Cle. Rhodes 78, Cle. Glenville 74
Cle. Whitney Young 71, Cle. Lincoln W. 39
Cols. Beechcroft 75, Cols. Mifflin 67
Cols. Eastmoor 59, Cols. Marion-Franklin 50
Cols. Linden McKinley 78, Cols. Whetstone 28
Cols. Northland 73, Cols. Centennial 48
Cols. Walnut Ridge 75, Cols. West 54
Cols. Watterson 53, Grove City 52
Columbia Station Columbia 65, Brooklyn 47
Copley 74, Macedonia Nordonia 48
Doylestown Chippewa 59, Lake Center Christian 57
Elyria 65, Medina 60
Garfield Hts. 91, Akr. Garfield 70
Grafton Midview 56, N. Ridgeville 46
Hudson 60, Kent Roosevelt 52
Ironton 49, S. Point 32
Leavittsburg LaBrae 84, Struthers 65
Lisbon David Anderson 54, Columbiana 52
Mason 66, Kings Mills Kings 44
Massillon Tuslaw 61, Akr. Manchester 45
Medina Highland 74, Parma Hts. Valley Forge 63
Middletown Fenwick 57, Cin. Madeira 45
Milford 61, Cin. McNicholas 58
Mogadore Field 62, Ravenna SE 35
N. Can. Hoover 66, Massillon Washington 56
N. Olmsted 67, Avon Lake 40
Newton Falls 69, Cortland Lakeview 42
Niles McKinley 80, Warren Champion 77
Norwood 55, Reading 52
Oberlin 75, Rocky River Lutheran W. 56
Parma Normandy 54, Chardon NDCL 48
Peninsula Woodridge 61, Mogadore 52
Perry 57, Painesville Harvey 38
Poland Seminary 59, Youngs. Boardman 49
Portsmouth Clay 80, New Boston Glenwood 50
Portsmouth Notre Dame 59, Willow Wood Symmes Valley 50
Portsmouth Sciotoville 95, Franklin Furnace Green 49
Proctorville Fairland 77, Gallipolis Gallia 55
Reedsville Eastern 54, Racine Southern 44
Rocky River 61, Richfield Revere 60
Salem 78, Minerva 60
Sebring McKinley 72, N. Jackson Jackson-Milton 37
Smithville 65, Tuscarawas Cent. Cath. 63
Solon 113, Euclid 40
Warren Harding 96, Youngs. East 59
Wheelersburg 64, McDermott Scioto NW 30
Williamsburg 50, Batavia 38
Willoughby S. 47, Eastlake N. 46
Windham 65, Newbury 60, 0
Worthington Christian 57, W. Jefferson 42
Xenia 91, Kettering Fairmont 74
Wednesday’s Games
Northern Buckeye Conference
Fostoria Senior at Woodmore
Rossford at Genoa
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Northwood at Gibsonburg
Other NW Ohio Games
Mansfield Madison at Mount Vernon
St. Wendelin at Castalia Margaretta
Toledo Horizon Science at Hardin Northern
Thursday’s Games
Firelands Conference
Ashland Crestview at Monroeville
New London at Plymouth
Norwalk St. Paul at Mapleton
Western Reserve at South Central
Green Meadows Conference
Ayersville at Fairview
Hicksville at Edgerton
Holgate at Wayne Trace
Tinora at Antwerp
Northern Lakes League
Sylvania Northview at Napoleon
Other NW Ohio Games
Crestline at Bucyrus
New Riegel at Colonel Crawford
Old Fort at Seneca East
PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Weekly AP Poll
Division I
1. Wadsworth (6) 13-0 160
2. Pickerington Cent. (2) 11-2 131
3. W. Chester Lakota W. (7) 12-1 129
4. Mason 11-2 97
5. Powell Olentangy Liberty 13-1 91
6. Canton McKinley (1) 10-2 86
7. Huber Hts. Wayne (2) 13-1 85
8. Sidney (1) 13-0 80
9. Louisville 10-3 28
10. Rocky River Magnificat 11-3 27
OTHERS RECEIVING 12 OR MORE POINTS: 11, Solon 22. 12, N. Can. Hoover 21. 13, Dublin Coffman 18. 14, Reynoldsburg 15.
Division II
1. Kettering Alter (5) 11-1 134
2. Oak Harbor (5) 12-0 131
3. Millersburg W. Holmes (4) 12-1 127
4. Bellbrook (2) 13-0 101
5. Ottawa-Glandorf 10-1 89
6. Bellevue 10-2 63
7. Clarksville Clinton-Massie 8-3 61
8. Steubenville 13-1 40
9. Tol. Rogers (1) 9-4 36
10. Akr. SVSM 9-2 29
OTHERS RECEIVING 12 OR MORE POINTS: 11, Circleville 25. 12, Zanesville Maysville 22. 13, Thornville Sheridan 21. 14, London 20. 15, Washington C.H. Miami Trace (1) 18. 16, Norwalk 15.
Division III
1. Doylestown Chippewa (6) 12-0 126
2. Ashland Crestview (2) 12-0 106
3. Cin. Summit Country Day (2) 12-0 93
4. Anna (2) 12-1 70
5. Archbold (1) 13-1 69
6. Sugarcreek Garaway (1) 8-1 67
7. Cols. Africentric (1) 9-3 55
8. Marion Pleasant 12-1 46
9. Lynchburg-Clay 13-1 44
10. Columbus Grove 12-1 43
OTHERS RECEIVING 12 OR MORE POINTS: 11, Cardington-Lincoln 39. 12, Ironton (2) 36. 13, W. Jefferson 33. 14, Orrville 32. 15, Gates Mills Gilmour (1) 23. 16, Ft. Recovery 21. 17, W. Liberty-Salem 20. 18, Willard 18. 19, Metamora Evergreen 12.
Division IV
1. Waterford (6) 11-0 146
2. Berlin Hiland 12-2 91
3. Haviland Wayne Trace (3) 11-1 89
4. Arlington (7) 15-0 78
5. New Madison Tri-Village 12-1 68
6. Minster (1) 11-2 61
7. Fairfield Christian 11-0 52
8. Ft. Loramie 9-2 51
9. Ottoville 12-2 48
10. Hannibal River 11-2 43
OTHERS RECEIVING 12 OR MORE POINTS: 11, Bellaire St. John 41. 12, North Baltimore 39. 13, Bridgeport 21. 14, Sugar Grove Berne Union 16. 15, Fayette 15. 16, Stryker 13. 16, Convoy Crestview 13. 18, S. Webster 12.
Tuesday’s Games
Northern 10 Conference
Seneca East at Bucyrus, ppd., rescheduled Feb. 11
Sandusky Bay Conference
Castalia Margaretta at Edison, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 18
Oak Harbor at Huron, ppd., rescheduled Thursday
Clyde 47, Sandusky Perkins 42
Firelands Conference
Norwalk St. Paul at Ashland Crestview, ppd.
Northern Lakes League
Anthony Wayne at Bowling Green, ppd.
Napoleon at Springfield, ppd.
Anthony Wayne at Bowling Green
Perrysburg 73, Sylvania Southview 66
Sylvania Northview 63, Maumee 32
Other NW Ohio Games
Ada at Van Buren, ppd.
Buckeye Central at New Riegel, ppd., rescheduled Jan 25
Cardington at Marion Pleasant, ppd.
Celina at Marion Local, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 25
Convoy Crestview at Coldwater, ppd.
Cory-Rawson at Lakota, ppd.
Detroit Country Day 56, Tol. Cent. Catholic 43
Elida at Lima Senior, ppd.
Elmwood at Old Fort, ppd.
Evergreen at Adrian, Mich., ppd.
Fayette at Hicksville, ppd.
Fort Jennings at Lima Shawnee, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 30
Fort Loramie at Minster, ppd.
Fremont St. Joseph at Port Clinton, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 28
Hilltop at Fairview, ppd.
Kenton at Bluffton, ppd.
Liberty Center at Edon, ppd.
Lincolnview at Antwerp, ppd.
Mansfield St. Peter’s at Mansfield Madison, ppd.
Marion Harding 57, Sunbury Big Walnut 53
Miller City at McComb, ppd.
North Central at Edgerton, ppd.
Pandora-Gilboa at Ottoville, ppd., rescheduled Feb. 2
Parkway at Spencerville, ppd.
Paulding at Van Wert, ppd.
Rittman at Mapleton, ppd.
Sandusky St. Mary’s at Plymouth, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 19
Sidney Lehman at Anna, ppd.
South Central at Hillsdale, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 18
Stryker at Delta, ppd.
Swanton at Pettisville, ppd.
Tinora at Kalida, ppd.
Troy Christian at Lima Temple Christian, ppd.
Upper Scioto Valley at Riverdale, ppd., rescheduled Feb. 1
Lucas at Mansfield Temple Christian, ppd., Feb. 15
Vanlue at Fostoria, ppd., rescheduled Jan. 23
Crestline at Mount Gilead, ppd.
Around Ohio
Andrews Osborne Academy 65, Fuchs Mizrachi 36
Chillicothe Huntington 71, Chillicothe Unioto 65
Cle. Whitney Young 30, Cle. Lincoln W. 27
Detroit Country Day, Mich. 56, Tol. Cent. Cath. 43
New Albany 52, Cols. Watterson 42
Perry 48, Painesville Harvey 45
Piketon 44, Frankfort Adena 34
Wednesday’s Games
Northern 10 Conference
Mohawk at Carey
Upper Sandusky at Ridgedale
Wynford at Colonel Crawford
Toledo City League
Toledo Rogers at Toledo Bowsher
Toledo Scott at Toledo Woodward
Toledo Waite at Toledo Start
Other NW Ohio Games
Anthony Wayne at Bellevue
Galion Northmor at Ontario
Liberty-Benton at St. Wendelin
North Union at Liberty Union
Village Academy at Mount Gilead
Thursday’s Games
Blanchard Valley Conference
Arcadia at Vanlue
Arlington at Leipsic
Cory-Rawson at Hopewell-Loudon
McComb at Pandora-Gilboa
Riverdale at North Baltimore
Van Buren at Liberty-Benton
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Lima Senior at Findlay
Oregon Clay at Toledo Notre Dame
Tol. Cent. Catholic at Fremont Ross
Toledo Whitmer at Toledo St. Ursula
Northern Buckeye Conference
Eastwood at Elmwood
Genoa at Fostoria Senior
Rossford at Lake
Woodmore at Otsego
Northwest Conference
Ada at Delphos Jefferson
Allen East at Spencerville
Bluffton at Paulding
Columbus Grove at Lincolnview
Northwest Ohio Athletic League
Archbold at Wauseon
Delta at Bryan
Montpelier at Patrick Henry
Swanton at Evergreen
Putnam County League
Continental at Fort Jennings
Northwest Central Conference
Sidney Lehman at Lima Perry
Waynesfield-Goshen at Riverside
Western Buckeye League
Defiance at Celina
Elida at St. Marys Memorial
Kenton at Van Wert
Lima Shawnee at Ottawa-Glandorf
Wapakoneta at Lima Bath
Sandusky Bay Conference
Oak Harbor at Huron
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Northwood at Maumee Valley Country Day
Tiffin Calvert at Danbury
Toledo Emmanuel Baptist at Toledo Christian
Buckeye Border Conference
Edon at Fayette
North Central at Pettisville
Stryker at Hilltop
Midwest Athletic Conference
Delphos St. John’s at New Knoxville
Fort Recovery at Versailles
Marion Local at St. Henry
Parkway at Coldwater
Northern Lakes League
Sylvania Northview at Napoleon
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Ashland Senior at Mansfield Madison
Lexington at Clear Fork
Orrville at Wooster Senior
West Holmes at Mansfield Senior
Other NW Ohio Games
Akron Our Lady of the Elms at Loudonville
Castalia Margaretta at Willard
Convoy Crestview at Lima Cent. Cath.
Hardin Northern at Upper Scioto Valley
Kidron Central Christian at Kingsway Christian School
Mansfield St. Peter’s at Shelby
Marion Elgin at River Valley
New Bremen at Minster
Ridgemont at Lima Temple Christian
Sandusky Senior at Clyde
Sparta Highland at Buckeye Valley
Utica at Cardington
PREP HOCKEY
State Poll
SCHOOL (1st-place votes) Pts
1. Toledo St. Francis (8) 80
2. Cleveland St. Ignatius 70
3. Columbus St. Charles 55
4. Lakewood St. Edward 50
5. Hunting Valley University School 49
6. Bowling Green 44
7. Dublin Jerome 24
7. Shaker Heights 24
9. Sylvania Northview 14
10. Dublin Coffman 8
10. Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 14
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Findlay, Upper Arlington, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit, Olentangy Liberty, Rocky River and Springboro.
PRO FOOTBALL
NFL Playoffs
Saturday’s Wildcard Games
Kansas City 30, Houston 0
Pittsburgh 18, Cincinnati 16
Sunday’s Wildcard Games
Seattle 10, Minnesota 9
Green Bay 35, Washington 18
Saturday’s Divisional Playoffs
Kansas City (12-5) at New England (12-4), 4:35 (CBS)
Green Bay (11-6) at Arizona (13-3), 8:15 p.m. (NBC)
Sunday’s Divisional Playoffs
Seattle (11-6) at Carolina (15-1), 1:05 p.m. (FOX)
Pittsburgh (11-6) at Denver (12-4), 4:30 p.m. (CBS)
Sunday, Jan. 24 Conference Championship
AFC, 3:05 p.m. (CBS)
NFC, 6:40 p.m. (FOX)
Sunday, Jan. 31 Pro Bowl
At Honolulu
Team Rice vs. Team Irvin, 7 p.m. (ESPN)
Sunday, Feb. 7 Super Bowl
At Santa Clara, Calif.
TBD, 6:30 p.m. (CBS)

PRO BASKETBALL
NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Toronto 24 15 .615 —
New York 20 20 .500 4
Boston 19 19 .500 4
Brooklyn 10 28 .263 13
Philadelphia 4 36 .100 20
Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Atlanta 23 15 .605 —
Miami 22 16 .579 1
Orlando 20 18 .526 3
Washington 17 19 .472 5
Charlotte 17 20 .459 5
Central Division
W L Pct GB
Cleveland 26 9 .743 —
Chicago 22 15 .595 5
Indiana 22 16 .579 5
Detroit 21 17 .553 6
Milwaukee 16 24 .400 12
Western Conference
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
San Antonio 34 6 .850 —
Dallas 22 16 .579 11
Memphis 21 19 .525 13
Houston 20 19 .513 13
New Orleans 11 25 .306 21
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Oklahoma City 27 12 .692 —
Utah 17 20 .459 9
Portland 16 24 .400 11
Denver 14 24 .368 12
Minnesota 12 27 .308 15
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
Golden State 36 2 .947 —
L.A. Clippers 25 13 .658 11
Sacramento 15 22 .405 20
Phoenix 13 27 .325 24
L.A. Lakers 8 31 .205 28
Late games not included
Monday’s Results
San Antonio 106, Brooklyn 79
Washington 114, Chicago 100
Golden State 111, Miami 103
Tuesday’s Results
Indiana 116, Phoenix 97
San Antonio 109, Detroit 99
New York 120, Boston 114
Oklahoma City 101, Minnesota 96
Milwaukee 106, Chicago 101
Houston 107, Memphis 91
Cleveland at Dallas, late
New Orleans at L.A. Lakers, late
Wednesday’s Games
Milwaukee at Washington, 7
Atlanta at Charlotte, 7
New York at Brooklyn, 7:30
Minnesota at Houston, 8
Dallas at Oklahoma City, 8
Indiana at Boston, 8
Golden State at Denver, 9
New Orleans at Sacramento, 10
Utah at Portland, 10
Miami at L.A. Clippers, 10:30
Thursday’s Games
Toronto vs. Orlando at London, England, 3
Chicago at Philadelphia, 7
Cleveland at San Antonio, 8
Detroit at Memphis, 8
Sacramento at Utah, 9
L.A. Lakers at Golden State, 10:30
PRO HOCKEY
National Hockey League
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Florida 43 26 12 5 57 118 92
Detroit 43 22 14 7 51 107 112
Montreal 43 23 17 3 49 122 107
Boston 41 21 15 5 47 124 110
Tampa Bay 42 21 17 4 46 107 102
Ottawa 43 20 17 6 46 119 131
Toronto 40 16 17 7 39 104 112
Buffalo 43 17 22 4 38 100 117
Metropolitan Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Washington 42 32 7 3 67 139 90
N.Y. Rangers 42 23 14 5 51 123 110
N.Y. Islanders 43 23 15 5 51 119 109
New Jersey 44 21 18 5 47 99 107
Pittsburgh 42 20 16 6 46 99 103
Carolina 44 19 18 7 45 105 120
Philadelphia 40 18 15 7 43 91 108
Columbus 44 15 25 4 34 111 144
Western Conference
Central Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Dallas 44 29 11 4 62 149 116
Chicago 44 27 13 4 58 126 104
St. Louis 46 25 14 7 57 116 114
Minnesota 43 22 13 8 52 113 102
Nashville 42 19 16 7 45 107 115
Colorado 43 21 19 3 45 125 123
Winnipeg 43 19 21 3 41 112 125
Pacific Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Los Angeles 42 27 12 3 57 112 92
Arizona 41 21 16 4 46 116 125
San Jose 41 21 18 2 44 118 113
Vancouver 43 17 16 10 44 105 120
Anaheim 41 17 17 7 41 78 99
Calgary 41 19 20 2 40 109 129
Edmonton 43 17 23 3 37 105 127
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss.
Late games not included
Monday’s Results
N.Y. Rangers 2, Boston 1
San Jose 5, Calgary 4
Vancouver 3, Florida 2, OT
Los Angeles 4, Detroit 2
Tuesday’s Results
N.Y. Islanders 5, Columbus 2
Carolina 3, Pittsburgh 2, OT
St. Louis 5, New Jersey 2
Buffalo 3, Minnesota 2
San Jose 4, Winnipeg 1
Nashville at Chicago, late
Tampa Bay at Colorado, late
Edmonton at Arizona, late
Wednesday’s Games
Columbus at Toronto, 7
Boston at Philadelphia, 8
Florida at Calgary, 9:30
Ottawa at Anaheim, 10
Thursday’s Games
N.Y. Rangers at N.Y. Islanders, 7
Vancouver at Washington, 7
Chicago at Montreal, 7:30
Carolina at St. Louis, 8
Nashville at Winnipeg, 8
New Jersey at Colorado, 9
Detroit at Arizona, 9
Edmonton at San Jose, 10:30
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Men’s Scores
EAST
Albany (NY) 80, New Hampshire 75, OT
Chestnut Hill 81, Nyack 69
Connecticut Coll. 77, CCNY 75
Dartmouth 80, Canisius 69
George Washington 81, UMass 70
Gettysburg 65, Washington (Md.) 52
Hartwick 78, Utica 65
Old Westbury 69, St. Joseph’s (NY) 66
Sciences (Pa.) 63, Dominican (NY) 50
West Virginia 74, Kansas 63
SOUTH
Bethel (Tenn.) 125, Morthland 87
Bowie St. 85, Fayetteville St. 72
Kentucky 80, Mississippi St. 74
Tulane 81, South Florida 70
Virginia 66, Miami 58
MIDWEST
Ball St. 74, W. Michigan 64
Bowling Green 91, Ohio 75
Carroll (Wis.) 84, Lawrence 83, OT
Cent. Michigan 92, Akron 81
Concordia (Wis.) 94, Edgewood 54
Dayton 80, Davidson 74
E. Michigan 81, Buffalo 69
Evansville 84, Drake 65
Kansas St. 83, Texas Tech 70
Kent St. 76, Miami (Ohio) 68
N. Illinois 71, Toledo 66
Northwestern 70, Wisconsin 65
Providence 50, Creighton 48
S. Illinois 81, Illinois St. 78
St. Francis (Ill.) 84, Spring Arbor 62
St. Norbert 86, Beloit 60
William Penn 93, Baker 78
Wis. Lutheran 88, Lakeland 84
Xavier 84, DePaul 64
SOUTHWEST
Abilene Christian 87, Northwestern St. 72
Stephen F. Austin 85, Cent. Arkansas 64
Texas A&M 71, Florida 68
Texas-Permian Basin 83, Oklahoma Christian 68
Tuesday’s Women’s Scores
EAST
CCNY 66, Merchant Marine 57
Gettysburg 68, Washington (Md.) 45
Hartwick 62, Utica 53
Marist 79, Manhattan 73
Old Westbury 71, St. Joseph’s (NY) 58
Sciences (Pa.) 66, Dominican (NY) 64
SOUTH
Bethel (Tenn.) 81, Crowley’s Ridge 44
Gardner-Webb 63, Charleston Southern 55
High Point 53, Coastal Carolina 52
Martin Methodist 78, Fisk 50
Presbyterian 59, Winthrop 48
UNC Asheville 81, Longwood 42
SOUTHWEST
Baylor 69, West Virginia 64
GLIAC Men’s Standings
South Division
League Overall
Ashland 6 2 12 2
Findlay 5 3 8 5
Walsh 4 4 6 6
Lake Erie 3 5 6 8
Tiffin 2 6 6 9
Wayne State 2 6 2 9
Ohio Dominican 2 6 5 9
Malone 0 8 3 10
North Division
League Overall
Lake Superior 7 1 12 2
Saginaw Valley 7 1 11 3
Ferris State 5 3 11 3
Grand Valley 5 3 9 5
Hillsdale 5 3 9 3
Northwood 5 3 9 5
Michigan Tech 4 4 5 7
No. Michigan 2 6 4 8
SATURDAY’S ResulTs
Findlay 80, Hillsdale 69
Ohio Dominican 93. Northwood 54
Ashland 73, Michigan Tech 67
Lake Erie 63, Northern Michigan 54
Saginaw Valley 77, Wayne State 69
Walsh 81, Ferris State 78
Grand Valley State 89, Malone 79
THURSDAY’S GAMES
Walsh at Ashland, 7:30
Malone at Lake Erie, 7:30
Ohio Dominican at Findlay, 7:30
Tiffin at Wayne State, 7:30
Northern Michigan at Grand Valley State, 8
Michigan Tech at Ferris State, 8
Lake Superior at Saginaw Valley State, 8
Northwood at Hillsdale, 8
SATURDAY’S GAMES
Northern Michigan at Ferris State, 3
Ashland at Malone, 3
Michigan Tech at Grand Valley State, 3
Wayne State at Ohio Dominican, 3
Findlay at Tiffin, 3
Lake Superior at Hillsdale, 3
Lake Erie at Walsh, 3
Saginaw Valley at Northwood, 6
GLIAC Women’s Standings
South Division
League Overall
Ashland 8 0 14 0
Findlay 6 2 11 3
Walsh 6 2 9 4
Ohio Dominican 5 3 10 4
Malone 2 6 5 8
Wayne State 1 7 6 8
Lake Erie 1 7 4 10
Tiffin 1 7 3 10
North Division
League Overall
Saginaw Valley 6 2 8 4
Michigan Tech 6 2 8 3
Grand Valley 5 3 9 4
Northwood 4 4 8 5
Hillsdale 4 4 7 4
No. Michigan 4 4 5 9
Ferris State 3 5 3 11
Lake Superior 2 6 3 11
SATURDAY’S results
Findlay 79, Hillsdale 60
Ohio Dominican 71, Northwood 59
Ashland 69, Michigan Tech 63
Northern Michigan 45, Lake Erie 38
Saginaw Valley 80, Wayne State 62
Walsh 58, Ferris State 41
Grand Valley State 89, Malone 42
THURSDAY’S GAMES
Walsh at Ashland, 5:30
Malone at Lake Erie, 5:30
Ohio Dominican at Findlay, 5:30
Tiffin at Wayne State, 5:30
Michigan Tech at Ferris State, 6
Northern Michigan at Grand Valley State, 6
Lake Superior at Saginaw Valley State, 6
Northwood at Hillsdale, 6
SATURDAY’S GAMES
Northern Michigan at Ferris State, 1
Ashland at Malone, 1
Michigan Tech at Grand Valley State, 1
Wayne State at Ohio Dominican, 1
Findlay at Tiffin, 1
Lake Superior at Hillsdale, 1
Lake Erie at Walsh, 1
Saginaw Valley at Northwood, 4
Division II Women’s Coaches Poll
1, West Texas A&M University 15-0 594
2, Alaska-Anchorage 18-1 536
3, Fort Hays State University 14-1 510
4, Lubbock Christian University 13-0 507
5, California Baptist University 13-1 478
6, Ashland 14-0 462
7, Limestone College (S.C.) 12-0 422
8, Lewis University 14-1 417
9, Emporia State University 13-2 411
10, Missouri Western State 15-0 397
11, Nova Southeastern University 13-1 383
12, Winona State University 16-1 356
13, Columbus State 12-1 302
14, Anderson University (S.C.) 10-1 244
15, West Liberty University 12-1 211
16, Drury University (Mo.) 10-3 200
17, Benedict College (S.C.) 16-1 184
18, Union University (Tenn.) 14-2 182
19, Quincy University (Ill.) 13-1 152
20, American International 15-0 147
21, Virginia Union University 11-1 130
22, Arkansas Tech University 8-2 83
23, California – San Diego 12-2 74
24, Azusa Pacific University 12-2 72
25, Delta State University (Miss.) 11-2 67
Others receiving votes: Clayton State University (Ga.) 60; Florida Southern College 48; University Of Sioux Falls (S.D.) 34; Bellarmine University (Ky.) 30; Colorado State University – Pueblo 25; Northern State University (S.D.) 14; Bentley University (Mass.) 6; Francis Marion University (S.C.) 6.
Division II Men’s Coaches Poll
1, West Liberty (16) 400 13-0 1
2, Augustana (S.D.) 383 13-1 2
3, Fairmont State 364 12-1 5
4, Midwestern State 344 12-1 6
5, Cal Poly Pomona 337 14-1 7
6, Tarleton State 306 13-2 9
7, Eckerd 281 14-1 12
8, California Baptist 279 14-2 10
9, Bellarmine 272 11-2 11
10, MSU Moorhead 255 17-2 3
11, Western Oregon 234 12-2 14
12, Saint Anselm 226 13-1 15
13, Queens (N.C) 217 12-1 8
14, UC San Diego 190 12-2 17
15, Angelo State 177 12-2 4
16, Lincoln Memorial 168 12-2 19
17. Ashland (Ohio) 128 12-2 21
18, Fort Lewis (Colo.) 119 12-2 16
19, Lake Superior State 104 12-2 13
20, Indianapolis 85 10-2 25
21, Columbus State (Ga.) 61 11-2 18
22, Delta State 55 12-3 NR
23, Barry (Fla.) 48 11-2 NR
24, Wheeling Jesuit 39 13-1 NR
25, Chico State (Calif.) 31 12-3 20
Others receiving votes: Kentucky Wesleyan 25, Texas A&M-Commerce 13, Minnesota-Duluth 11, West Chester (Pa.) 9, St. Edward’s (Texas) 7, Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 5, Humboldt State (Calif.) 4, Alaska-Anchorage 3, AlabamaHuntsville 3, Arkansas-Fort Smith 2, Northwest Missouri State 2, Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 1, Central Washington 1, Lindenwood (Mo.) 1, Southern Connecticut State 1, Wisconsin-Parkside 1.
USA Today Women’s Top 25
Record Pts Pvs
1. UConn (32) 14-0 800 1
2. South Carolina 15-0 768 2
3. Notre Dame 15-1 732 3
4. Texas 15-0 708 4
5. Ohio State 12-3 655 5
6. Mississippi State 16-1 625 6
7. Baylor 16-1 618 7
8. Maryland 14-2 587 8
9. Kentucky 13-1 528 9
10. Oregon State 12-3 481 12
11. Texas A&M 12-4 454 10
12. Stanford 13-3 436 13
13. Arizona State 13-3 419 14
14. Florida State 12-4 370 15
15. Tennessee 11-4 322 11
16. South Florida 10-4 278 18
17. Oklahoma 12-3 263 19
18. Michigan State 12-3 259 22
19. Duke 12-5 175 16
20. Miami 15-2 150 —
21. Florida 14-2 112 —
22. Louisville 12-5 96 —
23. UCLA 11-4 93 21
24. Northwestern 12-4 81 17
25. Duquesne 15-1 65 —
25. DePaul 12-6 65 24
Others receiving votes: St. John’s 53, Syracuse 49, Seton Hall 48, Iowa 29, Missouri 28, Oklahoma State 10, California 9, Southern Cal 7, North Carolina 6, Green Bay 5, N.C. State 4, Georgia 3, Virginia 3, Virginia Tech 3, George Washington 2, South Dakota State 1.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Amway Top 25
Record Pts Pvs
1. Alabama (56) 14-1 1400 2
2. Clemson 14-1 1344 1
3. Stanford 12-2 1235 6
4. Ohio State 12-1 1231 5
5. Oklahoma 11-2 1172 3
6. Michigan State 12-2 1121 4
7. TCU 11-2 1020 10
8. Houston 13-1 928 16
9. Mississippi 10-3 919 15
10. Iowa 12-2 862 7
11. Michigan 10-3 812 17
12. Notre Dame 10-3 781 9
13. Baylor 10-3 763 19
14. Florida State 10-3 645 8
15. North Carolina 11-3 543 11
16. Utah 10-3 499 20
17. LSU 9-3 485 21
18. Navy 11-2 402 22
19. Oklahoma State 10-3 392 13
20. Oregon 9-4 356 14
21. Wisconsin 10-3 307 23
22. Northwestern 10-3 207 12
23. Tennessee 9-4 190 —
24. Georgia 10-3 173 25
25. Florida 10-4 141 18
Others receiving votes: Western Kentucky 73, San Diego State 55, Toledo 27, Washington State 23, Mississippi State 18, Temple 18, Marshall 15, Arkansas 11, Appalachian State 9, Boise State 8, Louisville 7, Duke 2, Memphis 2, Southern Cal 2, Georgia Southern 1, West Virginia 1.
Bowl Game Schedule
Celebration Bowl
NC A&T 41, Alcorn State 34
New Mexico Bowl
Arizona 45, New Mexico 37
Las Vegas Bowl
Utah 35, BYU 28
Camelia Bowl
Appalachian State 31, Ohio 29
Cure Bowl
San Jose State 27, Georgia State 16
New Orleans Bowl
Louisiana Tech 47, Arkansas State 28
Miami Beach Bowl
Western Kentucky 45, South Florida 35
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Akron 23, Utah State 21
Boca Raton (Fla.) Bowl
Toledo 32, Temple 17
Poinsettia Bowl
Boise State 55, Northern Illinois 7
GoDaddy Bowl
Georgia Southern 58, Bowling Green 27
Bahamas Bowl
Western Michigan 45, Middle Tennessee 31
Hawaii Bowl
San Diego State 42, Cincinnati 7
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Bowl
Marshall 16, UConn 10
Sun Bowl
Washington State 20, Miami 14
Heart of Dallas Bowl
Washington 44, Southern Mississippi 31
Pinstripe Bowl
Duke 44, Indiana 41, OT
Independence Bowl
Virginia Tech 55, Tulsa 52
Foster Farms Bowl
Nebraska 37, UCLA 29
Military Bowl
Navy 44, Pittsburgh 28
Quick Lane Bowl
Minnesota 21, Central Michigan 14
Armed Forces Bowl
California 55, Air Force 36
Russell Athletic Bowl
Baylor 49, North Carolina 38
Arizona Bowl
Nevada 28, Colorado State 23
Texas Bowl
LSU 56, Texas Tech 27
Birmingham (Ala.) Bowl
Auburn 31, Memphis 10
Belk Bowl
Mississippi St. 51, NC State 28
Music City Bowl
Louisville 27, Texas A&M 21
Holiday Bowl
Wisconsin 23, Southern Cal 21
Peach Bowl
Houston 38, Florida State 24
Orange Bowl (Playoff Semifinal)
Clemson 37, Oklahoma 17
Cotton Bowl Classic (Playoff Semifinal)
Alabama 38, Michigan State 0
Outback Bowl
Tennessee 45, Northwestern 6
Citrus Bowl
Michigan 41, Florida 7
Fiesta Bowl
Ohio State 44, Notre Dame 28
Rose Bowl
Stanford 45, Iowa 16
Sugar Bowl
Mississippi 48, Oklahoma State 20
TaxSlayer Bowl
Georgia 24, Penn State 17
Liberty Bowl
Arkansas 45, Kansas State 23
Alamo Bowl
TCU 47, Oregon 41, 3OT
Cactus Bowl
West Virginia 43, Arizona State 42
Monday’s Result
College Football Championship Game
Alabama 45, Clemson 40
Saturday, Jan. 23
East-West Shrine Classic
East vs. West, At St. Petersburg, Fla., 4 p.m. (NFLN)
NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
National vs. American, At Carson, Calif., 6 p.m. (ESPN2)
Saturday, Jan. 30
Senior Bowl
North vs. South, At Mobile, Ala., 2:30 p.m. (NFLN)
TRANSACTIONS
Baseball
National League
LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Named Alex Anthopoulos vice president of baseball operations. Traded LHP Tyler Olson and INF Ronald Torreyes to the N.Y. Yankees for INF Rob Segedin and a player to be named or cash.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS — Named Robby Hisert coach of Memphis (PCL), Ramon Ortiz hitting coach and T.C. Calhoun coach of Springfield (TL), Donnie Ecker hitting coach and Jim Foster coach of Palm Beach (FSL), Dan Martin trainer and Nathan Sopena coach of Peoria (MWL), Chris Whitman trainer and C.J. Beatty coach of State College (NYP), Cale Johnson pitching coach, Roberto Espinoza hitting coach and Keith Joynt coach of Johnson City (Appalachian), Giovanni Carrara pitching coach, Cody Gabella coach and Koji Kanemura trainer of the GCL Cardinals, Billy Villanueva pitching coach of the DSL Cardinals, Tony Ferreira minor league operations administrator and Frank Daversa assistant minor league rehab coordinator.
American Association
FARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS — Signed LHP Nick Cooney.
TEXAS AIRHOGS — Traded RHP Zach Dando to Winnipeg for RHP Mark Pope.
WINNIPEG GOLDEYES — Signed INF Ridge Hoopii-Haslam.
Frontier League
FLORENCE FREEDOM — Signed C Gaby Juarbe and RHPs Pete Levitt and Joe McCarty to contract extensions. Signed LHP Nick Bozman.
Football
National Football League
ARIZONA CARDINALS — Placed DT Cory Redding on injured reserve and LB Alex Okafor on the non-football injury list. Signed LB Jason Babin. Signed LB Gabe Martin from the practice squad.
BUFFALO BILLS — Announced defensive backs coach Donnie Henderson and special teams quality control coach Michael Hamlin will not return next season. Signed WRs Jarrett Boykin and Greg Little to reserve/future contracts.
CINCINNATI BENGALS — Signed WRs Michael Bennett and Jake Kumerow, LB Jayson DiManche, G Trey Hopkins and TE Matt Lengel to reserve/future contracts.
HOUSTON TEXANS — Signed G Karim Barton, C Dalton Freeman, RB Kenny Hilliard, WR Josh Lenz, DB Robert Nelson, DL Dan Pettinato, DE Gerald Rivers, TE Eric Tomlinson and LB Tony Washington to reserve/future contracts.
MIAMI DOLPHINS — Waived OT Jason Fox. Named Vance Joseph defensive coordinator.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Fired offensive line coach Jeff Davidson.
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS — Signed LB Jeff Luc to a reserve/future contract.
NEW YORK GIANTS — Signed TE Adrien Robinson to a reserve-future contract.
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS — Signed G Craig Watts to a reserve/future contract.
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS — Signed OT Jesse Davis to a reserve/future contract.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS — Signed RB Mack Brown, WR LaRon Byrd, OT Takoby Cofield, CB Al Louis-Jean, C Austin Reiter, LBs Lynden Trail and Derrick Mathews and DL Anthony Johnson, Corey Crawford and Kamal Johnson to reserve/future contracts.
Arena Football League
ORLANDO PREDATORS — Agreed to terms with DB Bobby Felder.
Hockey
National Hockey League
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS — Signed coach Joel Quenneville to a three-year contract extension through the 2019-20 season.
WASHINGTON CAPITALS — Reassigned F Paul Carey to Hershey (AHL).
American Hockey League
LEHIGH VALLEY PHANTOMS — Returned F Evan Rankin to Toledo (ECHL).
ROCHESTER AMERICANS — Recalled D Spiro Goulakos from Elmira (ECHL).
SAN DIEGO GULLS — Signed C Robert Czarnik to a professional tryout agreement.
TORONTO MARLIES — Assigned G Rob Madore to Orlando (ECHL).
ECHL
BRAMPTON BEAST — Released G Cody Rosen. Loaned F Brandon Marino to Utica (AHL).
CINCINNATI CYCLONES — Released G Alex Vazzano.
ORLANDO SOLAR BEARS — Released G Chris Noonan as emergency backup.
SOUTH CAROLINA STINGRAYS — Traded F Andrew Johnston to Indy for future considerations.
WHEELING NAILERS — Loaned G Franky Palazzese to Binghamton (AHL).
Soccer
Major League Soccer
D.C. UNITED — Signed G Andrew Dykstra.
MONTREAL IMPACT — Traded D Zarek Valentin to Portland for an international roster spot.
College
CUMBERLAND (TENN.) — Named Stephanie Theall assistant softball coach.
EAST CAROLINA — Named Tyler Zupcic director of baseball operations and Pete Buscaino volunteer assistant baseball coach.
FRESNO STATE — Named Lorenzo Ward defensive coordinator.
GEORGIA — Named Mel Tucker defensive coordinator.
NEW MEXICO — Named Stan Eggen defensive line coach.
NORTH DAKOTA STATE — Announced G Carlin Dupree has left the men’s basketball team.
SCHEDULE
Wednesday’s Events
College Athletics
MEN’S BASKETBALL — Ohio Northern at Wilmington (OAC), 7:30
Bluffton at Manchester (HCAC), 7:30
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL — Wilmington at Ohio Northern (OAC), 7:30
Manchester at Bluffton (HCAC), 7:30
Prep Wrestling
Riverdale & Cory-Rawson at McComb, 5
Eastwood at Fostoria, 5:30
Van Buren & Bowling Green at Oak Harbor, 5:30
Willard, Marion Elgin & Bucyrus at Upper Sandusky, 6
Recreation Volleyball
Co-Ed B/C League
Court Jesters vs. Team Schlater, 6:15
Intimidators vs. Dat Ace Doe, 7
Scared Hitless A vs. Scared Hitless B, 7:45
Notorious D.I.G. vs. Lee’s Chicken, 8:30
Vapor Imporia vs. Bump Uglies, 9:15
LOCAL & AREA
Van Buren Seeks Volleyball Coach
VAN BUREN — Van Buren High School is taking applications for the position of head volleyball coach. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and references to Ryan Hite, Director of Athletics via email at rhite@vbschools.net or mailed to 217 South Main Street, Van Buren, OH 45889. For questions or additional information, email or call at 419-299-3254.
NB Seeks Volleyball Coach
NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore is seeking a head volleyball coach for next season. Candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to Rob Luderman, Athletic Director, North Baltimore High School 2012 Tiger Dr., North Baltimore, OH 45872. Information can also be faxed to 419-257-0084. Review of applications will begin on Jan. 11.
L-B Soccer Coach Opening
Liberty-Benton is taking applications for its boys varsity soccer coach position. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and references to Scott Garlock, Athletic Director by email: sgarlock@liberty-benton.org or call 419-422 8721 if questions.
UF All-Sports Day
The University of Findlay athletic department will be hosting its annual All Sports Day on Monday, Jan. 18 in the Koehler Center, Croy Gymnasium and Sink Natatorium. The event allows students in grades K-5 to interact with UF athletes and coaches in sports that they wish to learn more about. Cost includes lunch, a UF drawstring bag and one free admission to a UF athletic event of their choice during the 2016-17 season. Students can choose which sports they want to participate in as well. Football, softball, golf, basketball, soccer, cheerleading/dance, wrestling, baseball, track, volleyball, lacrosse, tennis and swimming will be offered. If registering before Friday, the cost is $50 per student, and $45 for any additional child from the same family. Cost the day of the event is $60 per student. More information si available under the All Sports Day link on the UF athletic website.

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