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BASEBALL

College

FAR WEST

George Fox 9, Cal St.-East Bay 8

San Diego 7, Pepperdine 3

NWAACC CC Spokane 9, Walla Walla 8

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Walla Walla3101003000872

Erickson, Kasper (7), Guinn (7) and Friesz, Smith (8); Mercado, Baker (6), Tomkins (8), Masters (10) and Cerna. W—Guinn. L—Masters.

HITS: CC Spokane—Yardley 2, Brubaker 4, Anderson, Barlow, Smith, Henry, Friesz, Krieger. Walla Walla––Maurer, Tomkins, Cerna, Lopez, Young, Perrine. 2B—Yardley, Brubaker 2, Henry. HR—Barlow.

Baseball America Top 25 Poll

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Baseball America poll with records through April 29 and previous ranking (voting by the staff of Baseball America):

RecordPvs
1. Vanderbilt39-81
2. Florida State39-72
3. Virginia37-103
4. Rice37-114
5. Texas37-125
6. North Carolina37-106
7. Arkansas35-127
8. Oregon State34-98
9. San Diego34-1417
10. Wichita State36-1210
11. Arizona State34-1211
12. UC Irvine31-1216
13. Texas A&M35-1118
14. South Carolina33-139
15. Arizona32-1114
16. Michigan30-820
17. Pepperdine30-1513
18. Clemson29-1519
19. Mississippi30-1623
20. Oklahoma State31-1312
21. Coastal Carolina36-921
22. UCLA24-1825
23. TCU34-10
24. Long Beach State27-14
25. UC Riverside27-16

Collegiate Top 25 Poll

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Collegiate Baseball poll with records through April 29, points and ranking voting by coaches, sports writers and sports information directors:

RecordPtsPvs
1. Vanderbilt39-84942
2. Florida State39-74931
3. Arkansas35-124913
4. Virginia37-104875
5. North Carolina37-104864
6. Rice37-114848
7. Texas37-124839
8. Oregon State34-947911
9. Arizona State34-124776
10. San Diego34-1447416
11. UCLA24-1846518
12. Wichita State36-124647
13. Michigan30-846320
14. Mississippi30-1646125
15. Mississippi State28-1246017
16. UC Riverside27-16458
17. South Carolina33-1345710
18. Arizona32-1145512
19. Pepperdine30-1545415
20. Cal St. Fullerton27-1545214
21. Missouri31-12449
22. Oklahoma State31-1344713
23. Clemson29-1544521
24. Georgia Tech27-1744319
25. Texas A&M35-1144222

High school Greater Spokane League

Central Valley 15, Lewis and Clark 1

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Kugler, Halliday (2) and Santos; Shull and Mack. W-Shull. L-Kugler.

HITS: Lewis and Clark-Arneson, McNeil. Central Valley-Miner, Nearing 2, Banderas 2, Davis, Shull. 2B-Arneson. HR-Banderas.

Mead 13, East Valley 7

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Hennessey and McNaghton; Bittner, Hamilton (6), Woodworth (7) and Sinn. W-Hennessey. L-Hamilton (0-3).

HITS: Mead-Moore 2, Murphy 2, McNaghton, Walsh 2, Peterson 2, Thorson 2, Sink 3, Kady 2. East Valley-Campbell, Hamilton, Mills 3, Woodworth 2, Kurtz 2, Stewart. 2B-Mills, Kurtz, Stewart. HR-Moore, Walsh, Thorson, Hamilton.

Rogers 8, Ferris 5

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Hartsell, Ewing (4), Stam (6), Stockton (6) and Cornwell; Partridge and Clifton. W-Partridge (2-4). L-Ewing.

HITS: Ferris-Kittredge 2, Roberts 2, Yoshihara. Rogers-Durant 2, Livengood 2, Partridge, Campbell 2, Clifton. 2B-Livengood 2, Campbell 2, Roberts.

Mt. Spokane 19, University 11

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Smith, Poynor (6) and Jackson; J.Olsufka, Holmes (4), S.Olsufka (6) and LaPlante, Keeton (6). W-Smith (6-0). L-J.Olsufka (0-1).

HITS: Mt. Spokane-Raynor, Poynor 2, Purser 2, Cunningham 3, Fowler, Coldy, Smith 2, Pittz 3, Aspaas 2. University-Jordan, J.Olsufka 2, Moon 3, LaPlante, Clark, Keeton. 2B-Cunningham, Coldy, Pittz, Aspaas, J.Olsufka 2, Moon. HR-Purser 2, Cunningham, Smith 2.

North Central 3, Shadle Park 2

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Flores, Hayes (6) and Zacher; Richardson and Schaefer. W-Richardson (6-2). L-Flores.

HITS: Shadle Park-Dominguez 2, Roginski, Baker. North Central-Witt 2, Swennumson, Plager 2, Hare, Waddell. 2B-Swennumson, Plager, Hare. 3B-Plager. HR-Roginski.

Panorama League 2B

Selkirk 15-15, Columbia 2-14

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Wynne and Curd; Holter, Coon (4), Phillips (5) and Coon, Rogers (4). W-Holter. L-Wynne.

HITS:2B-Selkirk, Rogers, Coon 2. HR-Columbia, Curd; Selkirk, Bartee.

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Rogers and Coon; St. John, Curd (4) and Curd, Sipes (4). W-Rogers. L-St. John.

HITS: 2B-Selkirk, Fagg, Holter, Coon 2. Columbia, Wynne, Curd. 3B-Columbia, St. John, Wynne, Denison. HR-Selkirk, Coon, Phillips. Columbia, Curd.

St. George’s 11-15, Curlew 4-2

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Strandberg and D’Lerma; Guy, Gallager (4) and Hauff. W-Gallagher. L-Strandberg. .

HITS: 2B -Curlew, D’ Lerma. St. George’s, Gallagher. HR- St. George’s, Mackin, Guy.

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Dickson and Hauff; Jay Somday, Wakefeild (2) and D’ Lerma. W-Dickson. L-Somday. .

HITS: 2B- St. George’s, Guy, Mackin. HR- St. George’s, Hauff, Mackin. Curlew, Bryant.

Cusick 9-10, Wellpinit 4-9

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Scott and T.Stang; Swift, C.Flett (5) and Muhs. W-Scott. L-Swift.

2B-Cusick, T.Stang, Pontius, D.Stang. 3B-Wellpinit, Ch.Flett.

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Ch.Flett, C.Flett (5) and Muhs; Pontius and T.Stang. W-Pontius. L-C.Flett.

2B-Wellpinit, Ross, Marcellay. Cusick, Pontius. 3B-Wellpinit, Muhs.

Republic 8-18, Springdale 0-2

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Thompson and Reinhart; Gianukakis and Sharp. W-Gianukakis (10-0). L-Thompson.

2B-Republic, Booher, Heinen. 3B-Republic, Sharp.

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Orestad and Gianukakis; Ca.Paurden, White (4), Presho (4) and Reinhart. W-Orestad (4-2). L-Paurden.

2B-Republic, Gianukakis, Hancock 3, Groth 2, Booher. Springdale, Presho. 3B-Republic, Gianukakis. HR-Republic, Gianukakis, Booher.

BASKETBALL

NBA playoffs

All Times PDT

FIRST ROUND

(Best of 7)

Sunday, April 29

Chicago 92, Miami 79, Chicago wins series 4-0

Phoenix 113, L.A. Lakers 100, Phoenix leads series 3-1

New Jersey 102, Toronto 81, New Jersey leads series 3-1

Golden State 103, Dallas 99, Golden State leads series 3-1

Monday’s Results

Cleveland 97, Washington 90, Cleveland wins series 4-0

Houston 96, Utah 92, Houston leads series 3-2

San Antonio 96, Denver 89, San Antonio leads series 3-1

Today’s Games

New Jersey at Toronto, 4 p.m.

Golden State at Dallas, 6:30 p.m.

Cavaliers 97, Wizards 90

CLEVELAND WINS SERIES 4-0

Cleveland (97)—James 8-22 14-17 31, Gooden 6-11 2-2 14, Ilgauskas 9-16 2-2 20, Hughes 5-13 8-8 19, Pavlovic 0-4 0-0 0, Gibson 3-4 0-0 8, Varejao 0-2 0-0 0, Snow 0-1 2-2 2, Marshall 1-2 0-0 3, Newble 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-75 28-31 97.

Washington (90)—Hayes 1-5 2-2 5, Jamison 12-25 4-5 31, Thomas 2-5 2-2 6, Stevenson 0-8 0-0 0, Daniels 3-8 6-7 13, Blatche 3-4 1-1 7, Booth 2-3 0-0 4, Songaila 8-13 0-0 16, Mason 2-5 0-0 5, Taylor 1-4 1-1 3, Ruffin 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 34-80 16-18 90.

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3-Point Goals—Cleveland 5-16 (Gibson 2-2, Marshall 1-2, Hughes 1-4, James 1-5, Gooden 0-1, Pavlovic 0-2), Washington 6-19 (Jamison 3-6, Daniels 1-2, Mason 1-3, Hayes 1-4, Stevenson 0-4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Cleveland 50 (Ilgauskas 19), Washington 44 (Daniels 6). Assists—Cleveland 19 (James 7), Washington 20 (Daniels 12). Total Fouls—Cleveland 18, Washington 21. A—20,173 (20,173).

Rockets 96, Jazz 92

HOUSTON LEADS SERIES 3-2

Utah (92)—Kirilenko 4-5 0-0 8, Boozer 12-23 2-3 26, Okur 3-7 2-4 9, Fisher 6-11 3-3 17, Williams 4-16 5-6 13, Giricek 2-5 0-0 6, Collins 0-0 0-0 0, Harpring 3-7 1-2 7, Millsap 3-5 0-0 6. Totals 37-79 13-18 92.

Houston (96)—Battier 5-7 0-0 15, Hayes 0-1 0-0 0, Yao 6-18 9-10 21, McGrady 11-25 2-4 26, Alston 4-10 3-4 14, Mutombo 0-0 0-0 0, Head 3-7 0-0 8, Howard 6-6 0-0 12, Snyder 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 35-75 14-18 96.

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Houston2122252896

3-Point Goals—Utah 5-12 (Giricek 2-2, Fisher 2-2, Okur 1-4, Harpring 0-1, Williams 0-3), Houston 12-24 (Battier 5-7, Alston 3-7, Head 2-4, McGrady 2-5, Snyder 0-1). Fouled Out—Okur. Rebounds—Utah 46 (Okur 9), Houston 45 (Yao 15). Assists—Utah 27 (Williams 6), Houston 25 (McGrady 16). Total Fouls—Utah 18, Houston 17. A—18,314 (17,982).

Spurs 96, Nuggets 89

SAN ANTONIO LEADS SERIES 3-1

San Antonio (96)—Bowen 4-8 0-0 10, Duncan 9-19 4-6 22, Elson 3-5 2-4 8, Finley 3-11 1-2 9, Parker 7-11 1-1 15, Ginobili 5-15 5-5 18, Horry 2-3 1-2 6, Vaughn 3-4 0-0 6, Oberto 1-2 0-0 2, Barry 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 37-81 14-20 96.

Denver (89)—Anthony 11-18 5-6 29, Nene 7-9 4-5 18, Camby 5-8 0-0 10, Iverson 9-25 4-5 22, Blake 1-6 0-0 2, Najera 3-5 0-0 6, Smith 1-5 0-0 2, Kleiza 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 37-78 13-16 89.

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Denver2723231689

3-Point Goals—San Antonio 8-25 (Ginobili 3-8, Bowen 2-5, Finley 2-8, Horry 1-1, Barry 0-3), Denver 2-16 (Anthony 2-5, Kleiza 0-1, Najera 0-1, Blake 0-2, Iverson 0-3, Smith 0-4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—San Antonio 49 (Duncan 11), Denver 45 (Camby 17). Assists—San Antonio 25 (Duncan, Ginobili 6), Denver 23 (Iverson 7). Total Fouls—San Antonio 17, Denver 23. Technicals—San Antonio Defensive Three Second 2, Denver Defensive Three Second. A—19,644 (19,099).

FOOTBALL

NFL Europa

WLTPct
Frankfurt3001.000
Cologne210.667
Hamburg120.333
Rhein120.333
Amsterdam120.333
Berlin120.333

Saturday’s Game

Berlin at Cologne, 9 a.m.

AFL

All Times PDT

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

EasternWLTPct
Dallas810.889
Columbus440.500
Philadelphia440.500
New York260.250
SouthernWLTPct
Georgia810.889
Orlando530.625
New Orleans450.444
Austin350.375
Tampa Bay260.250

AMERICAN CONFERENCE

CentralWLTPct
Chicago710.875
Colorado630.667
Kansas City440.500
Nashville450.444
Grand Rapids260.250
WesternWLTPct
San Jose530.625
Utah540.556
Los Angeles440.500
Arizona270.222
Las Vegas180.111

Monday’s Result

Chicago 54, Philadelphia 43

Friday’s Games

New York at Columbus, 4 p.m.

Orlando at Georgia, 4:30 p.m.

Dallas at Utah, 6 p.m.

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AMERICAN CONFERENCE

EastWLPct.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton401.000
Mahoning Valley31.750
Albany22.500
Manchester22.500
MidwestWLPct.
Quad City32.600
Green Bay22.500
Fort Wayne23.400
Louisville13.250
Cincinnati04.000
WestWLPct.
Bakersfield31.750
Boise31.750
Spokane32.600
Central Valley22.500
Tri-Cities22.500
Stockton13.250
Everett04.000

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

CentralWLPct.
Tulsa401.000
Arkansas31.750
Oklahoma City22.500
Amarillo13.250
Lubbock13.250
SouthwestWLPct.
Bossier-Shreveport401.000
Rio Grande Valley31.750
Texas13.250
Corpus Christi04.000
Laredo04.000
SouthWLPct.
South Georgia31.750
Florida32.600
Alabama22.500
Tennessee Valley22.500

Monday’s Result

Tri-Cities 48, Everett 39

Thursday’s Game

Texas at Alabama

HOCKEY

NHL playoffs

All Times PDT

FIRST ROUND

CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS

Sunday, April 29

Rangers 2, Buffalo 1, 2OT, Buffalo leads series 2-1

Anaheim 3, Vancouver 2, Ana. leads series 2-1

Monday’s Results

Ottawa 2, New Jersey 0, Ottawa leads series 2-1

San Jose 2, Detroit 1, San Jose leads series 2-1

Today’s Games

Buffalo at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m.

Anaheim at Vancouver, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 2

New Jersey at Ottawa, 4 p.m.

Detroit at San Jose, 7 p.m.

Senators 2, Devils 0

OTTAWA LEADS SERIES 2-1

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First Period—None. Second Period—None. Third Period—1, Ottawa, Preissing 2 (Comrie, Fisher), 4:46. 2, Ottawa, Spezza 4 (Alfredsson, Heatley), 19:04 (en).

Sharks 2, Red Wings 1

SAN JOSE LEADS SERIES 2-1

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First Period—1, Detroit, Lidstrom 3 (Samuelsson, Cleary), 11:13 (pp). Second Period—2, San Jose, Clowe 4 (Carle, Thornton), 12:43. Third Period—3, San Jose, Cheechoo 2 (McLaren, Clowe), 13:19 (pp).

FISHING

K&K Spring Derby

Rainbow: 1, Kenny Breeden, Sandpoint, 12 lbs., 1 oz, 32 ½ inches. 2, Mike Sutton, Spokane, 9 lbs., 6 oz., 30 inches. 3, Josh Hendershott, Dover, 8 lbs., 10 oz., 28 inches. Mackinaw: 1, Dale Greene, Sandpoint, 17 lbs., 13 oz., 36 ½ inches. 2, Art Webb, Sandpoint, 17 lbs., 11 oz., 35 ½ inches. 3, Bert Dennett, Hop, 17 lbs., 5 oz., 36 ½ inches. Youth A: Rosie Owens, 11 years old, 8 lbs., 14 oz., 30 ½ in., Mackinaw. Youth B: Emma Fairbanks, 6 years old, 9 lbs., 4 oz., 31 in., Mackinaw.

GOLF

D.A. Davidson/Foothills Auto Group Pro-Am Series

At Stoneridge

Professionals

PlayerClubTotal
Luke BakerDeer Park64
Tim McelhinnyPainted Hills65
Steve PrughManito66
Mark GardnerCreek at Qualchan66
Reid HatleyAvondale67
Tony CuchessiHayden Lake68
Mike RotersGateway 68
Thomas DavidsonCoeur d’Alene69
Greg RowleyUnaffliated69
Andy HiteDom. Meadows69
Dave ChristensonCircling Raven69
R.BuckenbergerCreek at Qualchan69
Bob ScottMeadowWood69
Matt BunnHayden Lake69
Trevor FoxBlack Rock69
Randell VansantSpokane CC69

Senior professionals

PlayerClubTotal
Jerry ZinkFairways67
Ron BarkerPinehurst73

Amateur gross (0-8 handicap)

PlayerClubTotal
Dick BinghamSpokane CC 66
Steve BackerBlack Rock67
David NuhnGateway67
Joe McEachranBlack Rock69
Aaron CurtisGateway69
Stew Fried Liberty Lake70

Amateur net (0-8 handicap)

PlayerClubTotal
Rod McLeeodHayden Lake64
Bart King Hangman Valley65
Daren AndersonHangman Valley65
Bob MaterneHighlands66
Bob LewisQualchan67
Steve WicksSpokane CC67
John DurganDeer Park67
Andy JaekelGateway67

Amateur net (9-13 handicap)

PlayerClubTotal
George GarberQualchan65
Mac RayStoneridge65
Bruce MechamHayden Lake65
Jack MitchellHayden Lake66
Terry HeckelSpokane CC68
Ron JonesCdA Public68
Dirk FerrellTwin Lakes 68
Denny SchaeferStoneridge68
Buzz AdamsBlack Rock69
JeffPappasBlack Rock69
Rory AshfordPrairie Falls69
Gary JohnsonCdA Public69
Jeff NewcombBlack Rock69

Amateur net (14-over handicap)

PlayerClubTotal
George GarberQualchan65
Mac RayStoneridge65
Bruce MechamHayden Lake65
Jack MitchellHayden Lake66
Terry HeckelSpokane CC68
Ron JonesCdA Public68
Dirk FerrellTwin Lakes 68
Denny SchaeferStoneridge68
Buzz AdamsBlack Rock69
JeffPappasBlack Rock69
Rory AshfordPrairie Falls69
Gary JohnsonCdA Public69
Jeff NewcombBlack Rock69

Team results

257—Highlands: Chris Johnston, Bob Materne, Stewey Kuespert, Dale Smith, Steve Drake

260—Gateway: Mike Roters, Ross Button, Aaron Curtis, David Nuhn, Andy Jaekel

262—Avondale: Reid Hatley, Ken Bevan, Norm Bratlie, Jeff Newcomb, Mark Heckel

263—Hayden Lake: Matt Bunn, Mike Welling, Norm Weber, Jim Ratliff, Steve Griffitts

264—Black Rock: Scott Petterborg, Joe McEachran, Jeff Pappas, Buzz Adams, Randy Cameron

264—Creek at Qualchan: Randy Buckenberger, Jim Holt, Bob Lewis, John Bergeman, Doug Kenley

264—Circling Raven: Dave Christenson, Dalls Gowdy, Larry Brinkley, Toney Blake, Sam Eli

264—Creek at Qualchan: Mark Gardner, Bob Witte, Chris Camp, George Garber, Jerry Camp

264—Hayden Lake: David Mallrie, Jack Mitchell, Bruce Mecham, Rod McLeod, Jim Green

College Columbia Basin Invitational

At Horn Rapids, Canyon Lake GC par 72

MEN

TEAM SCORING–Walla Walla 603, Skagit Valley 609, CC Spokane 624, Southwest Oregon 626, Central Oregon 628, Columbia Basin 633, Green River 641, Bellevue 645, Tacoma 654, Douglas 676, Treasure Valley 678, Greys Harbor 681.

TOP INDIVIDUALS—Medalist, Brandon Black (CBCC) 145, Richard Lee (BCC) 146. 3T, Jason Azzarito (CCS) 148. 3T, Adam Aldredge (WWCC) 148. 3T, Adam Lacey (COCC) 148.

WOMEN

TEAM SCORES—Columbia Basin 497, CC Spokane 501, Southwestern Oregon 504, Skagit Valley 506, Treasure Valley 655, Centrailia 680.

TOP INDIVIDUALS—1, Kaitlin Parker (Skagit Valley) 153. 2, Lindsey Manion (Douglas) 156. 3, Jessica Marcum (SW Ore) 158. 4, Mandi Villanueva (CBC) 160. T5, Sarah Villalovoz (CCS) 162; Amy Dallzell (Tacoma) 162.

High school boys Inland Empire Tournament

TEAM SCORES—Eastmont 297, Pasco 310, Walla Walla 314, Southridge 316, University 316, Ferris 318, Mead 321, Gonzaga Prep 322, Central Valley 324, Wenatchee 327, Shadle Park 328, Moses Lake 329, Lewis and Clark 330, Richland 331, West Valley (Yakima) 333, Mt. Spokane 337, East Valley 341, Kennewick 342, Eisenhower 350, Kamiakin 355, Clarkston 356, Cheney 359, Rogers 394, Deer Park 396, North Central unavailable.

TOP INDIVIDUALS—1T, Tyler McDougall (Eas) 71. 1T, Nick Ellis (Eas) 71. 3, Brian Barton (Pas) 72. 4, Connor Moran (LC) 73. 5T, Hank Frame (U-Hi) 74. 5T, Dustin Poe (Fer) 74. 7T, Brad Boyce (Sou) 75. 7T, Rob Broadhead (WW) 75. 9T, Brady Parsons (Eas) 76. 9T, Tate Kelly (GP) 76. 10T, Corey Meyers (DP) 77. 10T, Patrick Boag (Eis) 77. 10T, Ryan Jones (Fer) 77. 10T, Troy Teal (Ken) 77. 10T, Wes Millard (U-Hi) 77. 10T, Scott Paine (Wen) 77.

Hole-in-one

DEER PARK–Kevin Waines, No. 4, 150 yards, 7-iron.

Double Eagle

PRAIRIE FALLS—Tyler Harris, No. 18, driver, 3-iron.

SOFTBALL

High school Panorama League 2B Selkirk 16-22, Columbia 0-6

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Havens and Lojas; Pope and Reeve. W-Pope (11-3). L-Havens. 2B-Selkirk, Pope.

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Pope, Reeve (4), Enyeart (5) and Reeve, K.Sharp (4); Hill Lojas. W-Pope (12-3). L-Hill.

2B-Selkirk, Enyeart, Villegas, Pope, Sharp 2, Coon. HR-Selkirk, Enyeart 2, Villegas, Pope.

Curlew 14-12, St. George’s 0-2

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Grumbach and Kirkendall; Leverett-Standal and Van Curler. W-Grumbach. L-Leverett-Standal.

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Ostheller and Leverett-Standal; K.Somday and Kirkendall. W-K.Somday. L-Ostheller.

2B-Curlew, Burke. 3B-St. George’s, Van Curler.

Cusick 21-12, Wellpinit 15-11

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Smith and Adamson; C.Abrahamson and Ross. W-Smith. L-C.Abrahamson.

2B-Cusick, Miller. 3B-Cusick, Pope. Wellpinit, Sijhon. HR-Cusick, Cordez, Cupp.

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C.Abrahamson and Ross; Keogh, Smith (6) and Pope. W-Smith. L-C.Abrahamson.

2B-Wellpinit, Sijhon, C.Abrahamson. HR-Cusick, Pope, Edwards, Smith.

Springdale 7-14, Republic 2-4

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Barr and Rainbolt; Johns and Sager. W-Barr. L-Johns (9-6).

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Johns, Ordway (3), Johns (4) and Sager; Sulgrove, Kreig (2) and Rainbolt. W-Kreig. L-Johns (9-7).

3B-Springdale, Kreig. Republic, Johns.

Bi-County League

Davenport 22-7, Odessa 0-0

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Frederick, Braun (4) and Nelson; Fisk, Graber (4) and Morrison. W-Fisk (8-1). L-Frederick.

2B-Davenport, Morrison, Fisk 2. 3B-Davenport, Morrison, Fisk, Hosking.

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FORFEIT

Whitman County League T-O/Rosalia 13, Asotin 3

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Soward and Heitstuman; F. Hodges and K. Hodges. W-F. Hodges. L-Soward.

HITS: 2B-Tekoa-Oaksdale/Rosalia, Rambo. 3B-Asotin, Peer, Loseth.

TENNISHigh school boys

LAKESIDE 4, VALLEY CHRISTIAN 0

No. 1 Singles Joey Zielke (Lak) def. Jarod Gunning 7-6, 6-4. No. 1 Doubles Nick Tellez and Alex Morley (Lak) def. Harper and Perry 6-0, 6-0.

High school girls

COLVILLE 5, DEER PARK 2.

No. 1 Singles Abby Lantz (Col) d. Desiree Hook 6-1, 6-0. No. 1 Doubles Brina Smith and Brittani Thompson (Col) d. Bailey Selle and Natilie Baydo 6-0, 6-3.

TRACK AND FIELD

College NWAACC

Spokane Falls Community College

MEN

Decathlon1, Cram (LCC) 3494. 2, Parrish (CCS) 3449. 3, Larson (MHCC) 3117. 4, Dimmick (LCC) 2964. 5, Keller (LCC) 2854.

WOMEN

Heptathlon–1, Glunt (MHCC) 2438. 2, Bolton (CCS) 2355. 3, Baker (CCS) 2289. 4, Abersfeller (CCS) 2274. 5, Sims (MHCC) 2175.

MOVES

BASEBALL

MLB—Suspended Matthew Roney (Toronto) and Sendy Vasquez (Detroit) 50 games each for testing positive for violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Placed RHP Jaret Wright on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Kurt Birkins from Norfolk (IL).

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Placed LHP Gustavo Chacin on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 29.

National League

ATLANTA BRAVES—Placed RHP Bob Wickman on the 15-day DL. Activated RHP Chad Paronto from the 15-day DL.

NEW YORK METS—Placed RHP Orlando Hernandez on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 25, and placed 2B Jose Valentin on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 29. Recalled RHP Chan Ho Park from New Orleans (PCL). Purchased the contract of INF Ruben Gotay from New Orleans.

SAN DIEGO PADRES—Recalled LHP Royce Ring from Portland (PCL). Optioned LHP Justin Hampson to Portland.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

ATLANTA FALCONS—Signed LB Tony Taylor.

CHICAGO BEARS—Signed WR David Ball, DE Chris Frome, WR Drisian James, QB Chris Leak, S Jay Staggs, WR Jayson Swain and LB Danny Verdun-Wheeler.

DENVER BRONCOS—Waived P Eddie Johnson.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS—Claimed WR Craphonso Thorpe off waivers. Signed LB Brandon Archer, LB Ramon Guzman, LB KaMichael Hall, LB Victor Worsley, DB Melvin Bullitt, DB Antonio Smith, WR Michael DePriest, WR Trent Shelton, DT Quintin Echols, DT Ramel Meekins, TE Jonny Harline, TE Gijon Robinson, DE Cameron Craig, RB Clifton Dawson and OT Joe Lobdell.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Cut LB Dhani Jones. Signed DT Jeremy Clark, S Marcus Paschal, DE Marques Murrell, WR Zac Collie, WR Dereck Faulkner, CB Nick Gragam, G Jacob Hobbs, LB Akeem Jordan, DE Marques Murrell, T Jonathan Palmer, S Chris Smith and G Chris White.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Signed OT Jason Capizzi, RB Gary Russell, RB Paul Mosley, FB Aaron Robbins, LS Jared Retkofsky, DL Derrick Jones, WR Eric Deslauriers, WR Eric Fowler, WR Chris Jackson, OL Darnell Stapleton and TE Cody Boyd.

TAMPA BAY—Released CB Juran Bolden, S Tra Boger, LS Adam Johnson and DT Kenny Smith.

TENNESSEE TITANS—Agreed to terms with DT Adrian Haywood, DE Jermaine McElveen, LB Jarvis Jackson, LB Barron Pullum, LB Brock Stratton, S Erik Keys, S Brandon Sharp, WR Biren Ealey, OT Charles Harris, FB Nic Luke, RB Danny Ware and K John Vaughn.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Agreed to terms with QB Sam Hollenback, K Tyler Fredrickson, RB Terry Caulley, CB Daniel Francis, OL Stephon Heyer, DE Justin Hickman, LB Zach Latimer, RB Marcus Mason, WR Taylor Sele and WR Deyon Williams.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NEW YORK ISLANDERS—Named Jack Capuano coach for Bridgeport (AHL).

VANCOUVER CANUCKS—Assigned D Yannick Tremblay to Manitoba (AHL).

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