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Baseball

College

NAIA World Series

At Harris Field, Lewiston

Tuesday’s Results

Spring Arbor (Mich.) 8, Union (Ken.) 7

Oklahoma City 11, Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 6

Lee (Tenn.) 5, Lewis-Clark State 2

Today’s Games

Semifinals

Lewis-Clark State vs. Spring Arbor, 3 p.m.

Lee vs. Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.

Lee University 5, Lewis-Clark State 2

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Sims, Lopez (7) and Dubon; Woods, Stabelfeld (7) and Ward. W—Sims. L—Woods. Sv—Lopez.

HITS: Lee—Hutslar 3, Harr2, Warters 2, Dubon, Guy. Lewis-Clark State—Ward 3, Ashenbrenner, Benton. 2B—Harrelson Bistagne; Ward 2, Benton. HR—Warters (19).

American Legion

Tuesday’s Results

Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2

Today’s Games

State feeder game 1, 3:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field

State feeder game 2, 5:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field

Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2

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Davis, Terharr (3) and Terharr, Davis (3); Swain, Albertson (3) and Klepfer. W-Swain. L-Daivs.

HITS: West Valley-Frye 2, Wells. Coeur d’Alene-Mort, Pattis 2, Piziamo, Klatt 2, Burnside, Woodall 2, Koupal, Cummings. 2B-Frye; Klatt 2, Koupal, Cummings. 3B-Mort.

Basketball

NBA

All Times PDT

CONFERENCE FINALS

(Best-of-7)

Tuesday’s Result

L.A. Lakers 93, San Antonio 91, L.A. Lakers lead series 3-1

Today’s Game

Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday’ Game

San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m.

Friday’s Game

Boston at Detroit, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday’s Game

L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m., if necessary

Sunday’s Game

Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m., if necessary

Monday’ Game

San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m., if necessary

Lakers 93, Spurs 91

L.A. Lakers (93)—Radmanovic 5-8 0-0 11, Odom 4-9 8-9 16, Gasol 4-7 2-4 10, Fisher 4-7 0-0 9, Bryant 14-29 0-0 28, Walton 4-10 1-3 9, Vujacic 1-6 1-1 4, Farmar 1-6 0-0 2, Turiaf 1-3 2-2 4, Ariza 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-85 14-19 93.

San Antonio (91)—Bowen 3-6 0-0 7, Duncan 10-26 9-11 29, Oberto 0-0 0-0 0, Parker 8-17 7-7 23, Finley 0-2 0-0 0, Ginobili 2-8 2-2 7, Horry 0-2 2-2 2, Barry 7-14 4-4 23, Udoka 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-75 24-26 91.

L.A. Lakers2825241693
San Antonio2324232191

3-Point Goals—L.A. Lakers 3-14 (Fisher 1-1, Radmanovic 1-4, Vujacic 1-4, Bryant 0-1, Walton 0-2, Farmar 0-2), San Antonio 7-24 (Barry 5-12, Bowen 1-3, Ginobili 1-4, Finley 0-1, Horry 0-2, Parker 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—L.A. Lakers 56 (Bryant, Gasol 10), San Antonio 43 (Duncan 17). Assists—L.A. Lakers 17 (Gasol 6), San Antonio 22 (Parker 9). Total Fouls—L.A. Lakers 24, San Antonio 21. A—18,797 (18,797).

WNBA

All Times PDT

EASTERN CONFERENCE

WLPctGB
Detroit41.800
Conn.31.750 1/2
Indiana21.6671
Wash.22.5001 1/2
Chicago11.5001 1/2
New York12.3332
Atlanta04.0003 1/2

WESTERN CONFERENCE

WLPctGB
L.A.201.000
Minn.201.000
Seattle31.750
S.A.21.667 1/2
Sac.13.2502
Houston03.0002 1/2
Phoenix03.0002 1/2

Tuesday’s Results

Washington 80, Atlanta 74

Indiana 75, Connecticut 46

Minnesota 98, Houston 92, OT

Thursday’s Games

Los Angeles at Indiana, 4 p.m.

Minnesota at Chicago, 5 p.m.

Fever 75, Sun 46

Indiana (75)—Douglas 9-17 2-3 23, Hoffman 4-10 0-0 8, Sutton-Brown 3-8 1-4 7, White 7-19 0-0 15, Bevilaqua 1-3 2-2 5, Feaster 2-5 0-0 4, Bond 4-7 0-0 8, Bales 2-3 0-0 4, Whittington 0-1 1-2 1, Ngoyisa 0-0 0-0 0, Baker 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 32-73 6-13 75.

Connecticut (46)—Jones 2-5 0-0 4, Gardin 1-4 0-0 2, Whitmore 2-9 0-0 4, Holt 3-8 0-0 7, Whalen 4-12 5-6 13, Anderson 2-8 0-0 4, Turner 3-9 1-2 9, Raymond 0-0 1-4 1, Carey 0-1 0-0 0, Swanier 0-1 0-0 0, Gruda 1-5 0-0 2. Totals 18-62 7-12 46.

Indiana2818161375
Connecticut111315746

3-Point Goals—Indiana 5-22 (Douglas 3-11, Bevilaqua 1-2, White 1-4, Hoffman 0-1, Bond 0-2, Feaster 0-2), Connecticut 3-22 (Turner 2-5, Holt 1-4, Carey 0-1, Gardin 0-1, Whitmore 0-3, Whalen 0-3, Anderson 0-5). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 54 (Hoffman 13), Connecticut 43 (Jones 7). Assists—Indiana 22 (Hoffman, Douglas 5), Connecticut 11 (Whalen 5). Total Fouls—Indiana 17, Connecticut 19. Technicals—Whittington, Raymond. A—5,245 (10,000).

Lynx 98, Comets 92

Minnesota (98)—Augustus 9-18 5-6 25, Ohlde 1-7 3-4 5, Anosike 6-9 8-10 20, DeForge 7-14 4-4 19, Quinn 2-6 0-0 4, Rasmussen 4-6 0-0 8, Wiggins 4-7 0-1 9, Moore 0-2 1-2 1, Houston 0-2 0-0 0, Hayden 1-3 0-0 2, Zoll 1-1 2-2 5. Totals 35-75 23-29 98.

Houston (92)—Mabika 4-11 2-2 14, Thompson 5-15 7-8 20, Snow 4-6 0-0 8, Dixon 4-13 4-6 12, Johnson 4-6 0-1 8, Ajavon 3-7 2-2 8, Lyttle 7-11 0-0 14, Maiga 0-1 0-0 0, White 1-3 4-4 6, Williams 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 33-74 19-23 92.

Minnesota172025221498
Houston26192316892

3-Point Goals—Minnesota 5-12 (Augustus 2-4, Zoll 1-1, Wiggins 1-2, DeForge 1-3, Quinn 0-2), Houston 7-18 (Mabika 4-9, Thompson 3-7, Ajavon 0-1, Dixon 0-1). Fouled Out—Wiggins, Lyttle. Rebounds—Minnesota 45 (Augustus 9), Houston 46 (Thompson 9). Assists—Minnesota 17 (DeForge, Augustus 4), Houston 21 (White 5). Total Fouls—Minnesota 21, Houston 27. A—7,261 (5,800).

Mystics 80, Dream 74

Atlanta (74)—Castro Marques 4-10 1-1 11, Desouza 6-8 0-1 12, Lovelace-Tolbert 2-6 0-0 5, Latta 4-9 0-0 10, Lennox 10-17 3-4 29, Young 2-4 0-0 4, Feenstra 1-2 1-2 3, Nnamaka 0-0 0-0 0, Haynie 0-2 0-0 0, Little 0-3 0-0 0, Lacy 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-62 5-8 74.

Washington (80)—Currie 4-10 6-7 14, McWilliams-Franklin 7-12 5-6 19, Sanford 4-7 3-6 11, Beard 7-15 10-12 25, Jacobs 0-1 0-0 0, Langhorne 1-1 0-1 2, Vaughn 1-2 0-0 2, Miller 3-8 0-0 7, Gardner-Combs 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 24-32 80.

Atlanta2513181874
Washington1714262380

3-Point Goals—Atlanta 11-22 (Lennox 6-7, Latta 2-5, Castro Marques 2-5, Lovelace-Tolbert 1-2, Haynie 0-1, Little 0-1, Young 0-1), Washington 2-9 (Miller 1-2, Beard 1-5, Jacobs 0-1, Vaughn 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 24 (Lennox, Lovelace-Tolbert, Desouza, Little 3), Washington 50 (McWilliams-Franklin 9). Assists—Atlanta 18 (Latta 6), Washington 15 (Beard 5). Total Fouls—Atlanta 23, Washington 13. A—6,231 (19,487).

Hockey

NHL

All Times PDT

STANLEY CUP FINALS

(Best of Seven)

Today’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.

Saturday’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.

Monday’s Game

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary

Wednesday’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m., if necessary

Saturday, June 7

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary

Golf

Holes-in-one

DOWNRIVER GC – Scott Burr, No. 12, 218 yards, utility 3-wood.

DEER PARK GC– Derry “Swede” Ulven, No. 8, 108 yards, 8-iron.

MANITO CC— Joey Garrison, No. 5, 141 yards.

Tennis

French Open

At Stade Roland Garros, Paris.

Singles

Men, First Round

Nikolay Davydenko (4), Russia, def. Thomas Johansson, Sweden, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3.

Stanislas Wawrinka (9), Switzerland, def. Philipp Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3.

Robin Soderling, Sweden, def. Juan Monaco (13), Argentina, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.

Mario Ancic, Croatia, def. Andreas Seppi (31), Italy, 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-2.

Women, First Round

Svetlana Kuznetsova (4), Russia, def. Aiko Nakamura, Japan, 6-2, 6-3.

Dinara Safina (13), Russia, def. Kateryna Bondarenko, Ukraine, 6-1, 6-3.

Agnieszka Radwanska (14), Poland, def. Mariya Koryttseva, Ukraine, 6-4, 6-3.

Amelie Mauresmo (22), France, def. Olga Savchuk, Ukraine, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1.

Ai Sugiyama (31), Japan, def. Alla Kudryavtseva, Russia, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3.

Track & Field

College

Area Leaders

Inland Northwest college and open (non-high school) outdoor track and field leaders, through meets of May 25 (w-wind aided, h-hand time):

MEN

100 meters–Woods (WSU) 10.61, Murray (WSU) 10.67, Moody (WSU) 10.81, James (WSU) 10.86, Schmidt (I) 10.94. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 11.00 and Holley (CCS) 11.00w.

200–Woods (WSU) 21.21, Murray (WSU) 21.40, Schmidt (I) 21.97, Butorac (EWU) 21.97w, James (WSU) 21.98. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 22.09.

400–Anderson (WSU) 46.54, Follett (WSU) 47.40, Butorac (EWU) 47.66, Ulrey (EWU) 49.33, Lattin (EWU) 49.37. Non-D-I: Bofa (Whit) 49.66.

800–Tardy (I) 1:50.11, Bofa (Whit) 1:50.74, Howell (Whit) 1:51.75, Lemenager (WSU) 1:51.88, Barquero (I) 1:52.38.

1,500–Suver (EWU) 3:50.93, Concha (WSU) 3:53.38, C. Williams (WSU) 3:53.70, Smargiassi (WSU) 3:54.73, Limpf (EWU) 3:54.84. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 4:01.05. Open: Roberts (unat) 3:59.07.

3,000 steeplechase–Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Blanshan (WSU) 9:28.89, Concha (WSU) 9:30.09, Potratz (I) 9:35.00. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 9:36.3h. Open: Coyle (unat) 9:15.54.

5,000–Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32, Smargiassi (WSU) 14:19.39, C. Williams (WSU) 14:23.97, Geib (WSU) 14:24.27, Suver (EWU) 14:25.78. Non-D-I: Moeller (CCS) 14:48.48.

10,000–Limpf (EWU) 29:57.13, Polley (WSU) 30:12.72, Geib (WSU) 30:18.10, Moeller (CCS) 30:28.14, C. Williams (WSU) 30:41.22.

110 hurdles–R. Williams (WSU) 13.92, Dittmer (I) 13.98, J. Anderson (WSU) 14.08, Shaw (I) 14.32, E. Williams (I) 14.38. Non-D-I: Walden (CCS) 14.81.

400 hurdles–Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Leavitt (WSU) 50.82, R. Williams (WSU) 52.87, Spaun (Whit) 54.43, Walden (CCS) 54.55.

4x100 relay–Washington State 40.12, Idaho 41.56, Eastern Washington 41.93, CC Spokane 42.52, Whitworth 43.94.

4x400 relay–Washington State 3:07.47, Eastern Washington 3:15.02, Whitworth 3:18.13, Idaho 3:19.43, CC Spokane 3:22.80.

High jump–Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2, Stelzer (Whit) 6-111/2, Edwards (CCS) 6-93/4, Praast (EWU) 6-9, Deese (WSU) 6-83/4.

Pole vault–Carpenter (I) 17-1, L. Pope (I) 16-83/4, Uhlenkott (EWU) 15-7, Grant (CCS), Brown (WSU) and Chavez (EWU) 15-1. Open: Taylor (unat) 15-1.

Long jump–E. Williams (I) 26-3/4, Moody (WSU) 24-9, Penrod (EWU) 23-21/2, Hopkins (EWU) 22-91/4w, Edwards (CCS) 22-8.

Triple jump–Holmon (I) 51-1, Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, E. Williams (I) 49-3/4, Brady (I) 48-13/4, Moore (EWU) 47-91/4w. Non-D-I: K. Williams (CCS) 46-91/2.

Shot put–Winger (I) 68-51/4, Howard (CCS) 55-81/2, Whitney (I) 53-113/4, Kintner (Whit) 53-11, MacArthur (WSU) 52-1.

Discus–Winger (I) 199-6, Whitney (I) 170-4, Howard (CCS) 164-9, Rogan (I) 161-5, Wauters (I) 160-10. Open: Lamb (unat) 204-0, Ulrick (unat) 194-9, Dixon (Bigfoot TC) 169-3.

Hammer–Mattox (I) 211-7, Wauters (I) 210-0, Rogan (I) 203-2, MacArthur (WSU) 202-10, Winger (I) 202-3. Non-D-I: J. Smith (CCS) 178-10. Open: Ruud (unat) 194-1.

Javelin–Jeffreys (WSU) 237-4, Bache (WSU) 213-5, Mettler (EWU) 207-9, Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kemp (Whit) 206-1. Open: Murray (Bigfoot TC) 238-8, Weidman (Bigfoot TC) 234-3, McCormick (Bigfoot TC) 228-4.

Decathlon–Moody (WSU) 7,787, Schauble (WSU) 6,785, Spaun (Whit) 6,641, Armstrong (CCS) 5,929, Lattin (EWU) 5,819.

WOMEN

100 meters–Griffey (WSU) 11.72w, James (CCS) 11.82w, Deyo (EWU) 12.18, Porter-Red (WSU) 12.25, Jensen (WSU) 12.42.

200–Griffey (WSU) 23.90w, Porter-Red (WSU) 24.16, James (CCS) 24.63w, Long (EWU) 24.87, Goodman (I) 24.94w. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 24.49.

400–King (WSU) 55.48, Griffey (WSU) 55.96, Porter-Red (WSU) 56.00, Layman (WSU) 56.12, Rey (I) 56.65. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 58.98.

800–Layman (WSU) 2:04.87, Egami (WSU) 2:11.74, DeMartini (WSU) 2:13.36, Gonzalez (WSU) 2:14.08, Paul (WSU) 2:17.68. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 2:18.29.

1,500–Egami (WSU) 4:27.45, Trane (WSU) 4:30.30, Moseley (EWU) 4:30.33, DeMartini (WSU) 4:30.71, Bridgmon (EWU) 4:32.21. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 4:37.50.

3,000 steeplechase–Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Lee-Painter (I) 10:37.24, Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08. Non-D-I: K. Williams (Whit) 11:31.4h.

5,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09, Macalister (I) 17:32.61, VanDeBrake (WSU) 18:00.22. Non-D-I: Mayer (Whit) 18:24.54.

10,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 36:58.52, McFadden (I) 37:49.39, Mayer (Whit) 38:05.9h, Macalister (I) 39:33.23, Nickelson (EWU) 39:33.49.

100 hurdles–Gordon (I) 13.76, Bergland (I) 13.93, Jensen (WSU) 14.23, J. Williams (WSU) 14.45, Draser (I) 14.51. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 15.41. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 13.27.

400 hurdles–King (WSU) 58.39, Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17, Frey (EWU) 1:01.71, Burt (I) 1:02.14, Mattila (Whit) 1:02.37.

4x100 relay–Washington State 45.91, Eastern Washington 46.93, CC Spokane 47.24, Idaho 47.38, Whitworth 50.62.

4x400 relay–Washington State 3:39.17, Idaho 3:51.89, Eastern Washington 3:55.35, CC Spokane 4:00.60, Whitworth 4:06.02.

High jump–Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4, Chadez (I) 5-7, Collins (I) 5-51/4, Draser (I) 5-41/4. Non-D-I: Moss (CCS) 5-31/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 5-111/2.

Pole vault–Owen (I) 14-51/4, Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4, Mays (WSU) and Huestis (WSU) and Friese (EWU) 12-11/2. Non-D-I: Harless (CCS) 11-13/4. Open: Moore (unat) 11-13/4.

Long jump–Draser (I) 19-93/4, Missouri (WSU) 19-31/4w, James (CCS) and Schuetzle (WSU) 19-2, Burt (I) and Deyo (EWU) 18-21/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 20-101/2.

Triple jump–Schuetzle (WSU) 40-11/2w, Burns (WSU) 40-11/4, Missouri (WSU) 40-0w, Davis (EWU) 38-3/4, Dormaier (Whit) 37-91/2w.

Shot put–Bothum (I) 52-0, Zita (WSU) 49-1, Garberg (WSU) 47-9, Hale (I) 45-81/2, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 45-3. Open: Chaney (unat) 48-81/4.

Discus–Garberg (WSU) 175-10, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 159-10, Millard (EWU) 154-8, Bothum (I) 149-6, Hale (I) 142-6. Open: Chaney (unat) 157-5.

Hammer–Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Midles (I) 181-11, Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1, Garcia (CCS) 160-7.

Javelin–Braun (CCS) 164-11, Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Peterson (EWU) 154-5, McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Barnett (I) 142-10.

Heptathlon–Collins (I) 4,951, Burt (I) 4,842, Draser (I) 4,768, Goodman (I) 4,686, J. Williams (WSU) 4,538. Non-D-I: Dormaier (Whit) 4,313. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 6,190.

Regional qualifiers

Athletes from Inland Northwest colleges and area athletes from other schools who have met the qualifying standards and declared to compete in the NCAA regional competition May 30-31. Conference champions (CC) earn entry without meeting the standards. The 10,000 meters, decathlon and heptathlon are not contested at the regional level, but are filled with athletes who meet either the automatic or provisional qualifying standards. Top-five finishers in individual events and top three relay teams from regionals advance to the NCAA championships. A select number of at-large athletes who didn’t achieve those finishes will fill the national fields, based on the national descending order of performance lists.

West Regional

At Northridge, Calif.

Friday-Saturday

MEN

200–Justin Woods (WSU) 21.21.

800–Bastien Tardy (I) 1:50.11.

1,500–Laef Barnes (UCLA/Mead) 3:41.76c.

3,000 steeplechase–Alex Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Sam Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Rich Nelson (BYU/Shadle) 8:58.08, Justin Houck (Portland/Ferris) 9:02.82.

5,000–Paul Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32.

110 hurdles–Robert Williams (WSU) 13.92, Paul Dittmer (I) 13.98.

400 hurdles–Jeshua Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Barry Leavitt (WSU) 50.82.

4x100 relay–Washington State (Andre Jennings, Justin Woods, Jeshua Anderson, Marlon Murray) 40.12.

4x400 relay–Washington State (Barry Leavitt, Jeshua Anderson, Reny Follett, Justin Woods) 3:07.47.

High jump–Trent Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2.

Pole vault–Mike Carpenter (I) 17-1, Lucas Pope (I/Lake City) 16-83/4.

Long jump–Elvie Williams (I) 26-3/4, Rickey Moody (WSU) 24-9.

Triple jump–David Holmon (I) 51-1, Morena Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, Cameron Moore (EWU/Ferris) 47-91/4w (CC).

Shot put–Russ Winger (I) 68-51/4, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 58-8.

Discus–Russ Winger (I) 199-6, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 178-10, Beau Whitney (I) 170-4.

Hammer–Marcus Mattox (I) 211-7, Matt Wauters (I) 210-0, James Rogan (I) 203-2, Phil MacArthur (WSU/Selkirk) 202-10, Jake Boling (I) 190-4.

Javelin–Jon Jeffreys (WSU/WV) 237-4, Nathan Bache (WSU) 213-5, Aaron Mettler (EWU) 207-9, John Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kyle Hook (I) 206-0.

WOMEN

800–Anna Layman (WSU/CV) 2:04.87, Nikki Codd (NAU/Mead) 2:09.01.

1,500–Lisa Egami (WSU) 4:27.45.

3,000 steeplechase–Megan Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Sara Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Collier Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Allix Lee-Painter (I/Moscow) 10:37.24, Amanda Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08.

5,000–Maddie Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Isley Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Camille Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09.

100 hurdles–Christie Gordon (I) 13.76.

400 hurdles–Lorraine King (WSU) 58.39., Veronica Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17.

High jump–Ebba Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, McKinnon Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4.

Pole vault–Melinda Owen (I) 14-51/4, K.C. Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4.

Long jump–Alice Draser (I) 19-93/4, Erin Bell (ISU/Lakeland) 19-43/4 (CC)

Shot put–Mykael Bothum (I) 52-0, Jessica Zita (WSU) 49-1.

Discus–Kate Hutchinson (USC/Pullman) 178-1, McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 175-10, Bonnie Millard (EWU/Priest River) 154-8 (CC).

Hammer–McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Gabby Midles (I) 181-11, Nicole Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Erica Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1.

Javelin–Marissa Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Amanda Peterson (EWU) 154-5, Jasmine McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Anne Barnett (I) 142-10.

Midwest Regional

At Lincoln, Neb.

Friday-Saturday

MEN

Shot put–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 56-4.

Discus–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 173-1.

Fish counts

The upstream movement of Chinook, steelhead and shad at Columbia and Snake River Dams on 10/4 and year-to-date totals:

SiteChinookSteelheadShad
Bonneville1320917916
Year totals119076390339729
The Dalles74923527
Year totals8842013935456
John Day63816n/a
Year totals744743235n/a
McNary78820
Year totals5764224568
Priest Rapids
Year totals80651090
Wells
Year totals520124n/a
Ice Harbor
Year totals3803231720
L.Monumental47900
Year totals3443940270
Little Goose15641n/a
Year totals291912654n/a
Lower Granite184620
Year totals2471377460

Moves

BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS—Placed OF Gary Sheffield on the 15-day DL. Recalled 1B Jeff Larish from Toledo (IL).

NEW YORK YANKEES—Signed 1B Ben Broussard to a minor league contract.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Activated SS David Eckstein from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Hector Luna to Syracuse (IL).

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed OF Eric Byrnes on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Alex Romero from Tucson (PCL).

CINCINNATI REDS—Purchased the contract of OF Jay Bruce from Louisville (IL). Designated 1B Scott Hatteberg for assignment.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to terms with RHP Julian Tavarez. Optioned LHP Zach Jackson to Nashville (PCL).

PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Activated SS Jack Wilson from the 15-day DL. Optioned SS Brian Bixler to Indianapolis (IL).

American Association

FORT WORTH CATS—Released LHP Kelly Shearer and RHP Wayne Hedden.

SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS—Signed OF Geoff Wagner.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CAROLINA PANTHERS—Re-signed CB Curtis Deloatch.

DENVER BRONCOS—Agreed to terms with RB Michael Pittman.

GREEN BAY PACKERS—Named Reggie McKenzie director of football operations, Eliot Wolf and Tim Terry assistant directors of pro personnel, Richmond Williams college scout and Jon-Eric Sullivan area scout.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed LB Brannon Carter and WR Daniel Davis.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Signed LB Chris Graham, LB William Kershaw and DB Tuff Harris.

NEW YORK JETS—Signed RB Musa Smith.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived LB Ezra Butler.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Acquired DE Erasmus James from Minnesota for a conditional seventh-round draft pick. Released DE Dorian Smith.

Canadian Football League

MONTREAL ALOUETTES—Signed WR Peter Warrick, DB Paul Woldu and OF Julius Orieukwu

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Signed OL Bruce McCaleb, DB Willie Amos, CB Josh Lay, WR Kerry Johnson and DB Steven Holness.

Arena Football League

ARIZONA RATTLERS—Released DB Terrance Joseph.

COLUMBUS DESTROYERS—Waived OL Cody Douglas

KANSAS CITY BRIGADE—Signed QB Quincy Carter. Waived QB Matt Kohn.

ORLANDO PREDATORS—Waived WR-LB Ron Johnson.

TAMPA BAY STORM—Signed WR Henry Douglas.

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STOCKTON LIGHTNING—Fired Doug Murray, coach. Named Chad Carlson interim coach.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Acquired D Jonathan Sigalet from Boston for the rights to LW Matt Marquardt.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Re-signed RW Matt Bradley to a three-year contract.

COLLEGE

NCAA—Named Brian Gordon swimming and diving secretary-rules editor.

ALBRIGHT—Named Dave Walberg sports information director.

BATES—Named Pat Cosquer men’s and women’s squash coach.

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN—Named Stephanie VanBrakle softball coach.

COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY—Announced the retirement of Joe Camillone, athletic trainer.

EVANSVILLE—Named Misty Murphy women’s basketball coach.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC—Named Mike Jarvis men’s basketball coach.

GEORGETOWN—Announced basketball G Jeremiah Rivers will transfer to Indiana.

HAMILTON—Named Erin Reding women’s volleyball coach.

IDAHO STATE—Named Seton Sobolewski women’s basketball coach

MEMPHIS—Named Danielle O’Banion women’s assistant basketball coach.

MINNESOTA—Dismissed sophomore KR Harold Howell from the football team for academic reasons.

NOTRE DAME—Named Anthony Solomon men’s assistant basketball coach.

MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL—Named Shawn McEachern assistant hockey coach.

MONTANA—Named Gina Schmidt and Kandice Kelly women’s volleyball assistants.

ST. CLOUD STATE—Named Ian Shoemaker co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

TEXAS STATE—Promoted Patrick Henry from women’s assistant basketball coach to associate head coach.

Today’s Odds

America’s Line

NBA playoffs

FavoritePts (O/U)Underdog
CELTICS5.5 (172)Pistons

Home team in capital letters.


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ROSS, Dennis Wayne Age 66, of Ross, Ohio passed away on April 11, 2019. He was born on October 28, 1952 in Cincinnati, Ohio the son of George and...
          Opinion: As John Wooten exits, Fritz Pollard Alliance at critical juncture on NFL diversity      Comment   Translate Page      
The search is on for a new executive director of the Fritz Pollard Alliance, and the prospects are seemingly not unlike hiring a head coach to inject renewed purpose for a team that finished 4-12. John Wooten has retired as chairman of the FPA, the organization that pushes for minorities to get a fair
          Out of the past      Comment   Translate Page      

125 years Saturday, April 13, 1894 C.M. Dorsey, school teacher at Tawawa, dismissed school this week, having been called as a juror in the U.S. court at Cincinnati. ——— A green goods man visited several farmers in the vicinity of Jackson Center Saturday and tried to organize a secret order to handle counterfeit money. His […]

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          (Cincinnati) Kimber NRA Gun of the Years Set - $ 1,690      Comment   Translate Page      
The 2018 Friends of NRA Gun of the Year Set brings together two perfectly paired pieces in a custom display case designed to showcase the Kimber Custom II “Defending Freedom” 1911 and the Silver Stag. Kimber Cumtom II chamber in 45 ACP with 5" full size and Silver Stag 1911 Sidekick Fighter knife. It doesn't get any better pictures don't justify this set. Look so much better in real life. Only 1100 set made
          Connor Joe Clears Waivers, Returned To Dodgers      Comment   Translate Page      
Per Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, IF/OF Connor Joe has cleared waivers after being designated for assignment for San Francisco. Due to his status as a Rule-5 selection by Cincinnati (he was later traded to the Giants), Joe must be returned to Los Angeles, which left him unprotected ahead of the December draft.…
          6th Circuit: Ordinary Commute Time, Meal Periods Not Compensable      Comment   Translate Page      
CINCINNATI - A Michigan federal court erred when it ruled in a suit by the U.S. secretary of Labor that ordinary commute time and bona fide meal periods were compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), a Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel ruled April 5, vacating a damages award against an employer and remanding for recalculation (Secretary of Labor v. Timberline South, LLC, et al., No. 18-1763, 6th Cir., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 10072).
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CINCINNATI - The Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on March 25 denied a petition for rehearing en banc, leaving in place a Jan. 29 opinion in which a split panel held that American Family Insurance Co. and its affiliates properly classified their agents as independent contractors (Walid Jammal, et al. v. American Family Insurance Company, et al., No. 17-4125, 6th Cir., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 8994).
          (Cincinnati) 1873 Winchester Musket with Buffalo Bill Cody Museum - $ 3,700      Comment   Translate Page      
A very nice with no damage 1873 Winchester Musket with cleaning rod and badgnet. Real good rilfing in 44-40 cal has not been redone. Can send more pictures.
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          (Cincinnati) WTB Kentucky Rifle Michal Sells or B. Sells or AJ Jones - $ 1,000      Comment   Translate Page      
Wanting to buy Kentucky Rifle made by Michal Sells from Augusta Ky or B. Sells or AJ Jones or others Ky Rifle
          (Cincinnati) Case XX Limited Edition Sets - $ 875      Comment   Translate Page      
Here is just 3 of the sets that I have. Got 12 sets all of them either Limited Edition or Special Sets in Case wooden display case. Just the wooden case is about $200-$300 alone. Will sell or trade for guns. Each set are $900 each.
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          Connor Joe Clears Waivers, Returned To Dodgers      Comment   Translate Page      
Per Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, IF/OF Connor Joe has cleared waivers after being designated for assignment for San Francisco. Due to his status as a Rule-5 selection by Cincinnati (he was later traded to the Giants), Joe must be returned to Los Angeles, which left him unprotected ahead of the December draft.…
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          Hydrologist - Woolpert - Cincinnati, OH      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Map 1937 City Map Cincinnati Ohio - Vintage Antique Map Great for Framing Map Ohio by Holcroft      Comment   Translate Page      

15.00 USD

This large map comes out of a 1940 Atlas. It would look great framed!

Page Measures 14.25x10.75

For sale is the actual page, NOT a reproduction.


          Governor Tries "American Ninja Warrior" Course      Comment   Translate Page      
Oklahoma's new Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt is taking a shot at the "American Ninja Warrior" obstacle course outside the state Capitol in Oklahoma City. Organizers of the reality television show that features high-level athletes racing through grueling obstacles say the 47-year-old ex-CEO is the first governor to give the course a try. Stitt bloodied his elbow completing a rope swing to a landing pad after jumping across a pool of water. A spokeswoman says he finished two of the three obstacles. Filming for the show will continue Friday and Saturday night for the NBC program's 11th season. Other stops this season include Los Angeles, Atlanta, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Seattle. The show qualified for an Oklahoma program that offers a cash rebate of 35% for qualifying production expenditures.
          Governor Tries "American Ninja Warrior" Course      Comment   Translate Page      
Oklahoma's new Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt is taking a shot at the "American Ninja Warrior" obstacle course outside the state Capitol in Oklahoma City. Organizers of the reality television show that features high-level athletes racing through grueling obstacles say the 47-year-old ex-CEO is the first governor to give the course a try. Stitt bloodied his elbow completing a rope swing to a landing pad after jumping across a pool of water. A spokeswoman says he finished two of the three obstacles. Filming for the show will continue Friday and Saturday night for the NBC program's 11th season. Other stops this season include Los Angeles, Atlanta, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Seattle. The show qualified for an Oklahoma program that offers a cash rebate of 35% for qualifying production expenditures.
          Harrison Ohio Facts: Alexa Skill      Comment   Translate Page      

I have another Amazon Alexa skill published! This one is Harrison, Ohio Facts. Harrison, OH is a city which I develop websites for. Amazon Alexa Skill: Harrison, Ohio Facts This skill uses NodeJS on the back end to process voice and to give the user a randomly picked Harrison, OH Fact. I have around 25 […]

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All Times EDT EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pts GF GA Columbus 4 2 1 13 7 5 D.C. United 3 1 2 11 9 5 Montreal 3 2 2 11 8 11 Toronto FC 3 0 1 10 12 5 Philadelphia 3 2 1 10 9 7 Cincinnati 2 2 2 8 8 8 Orlando City 2 2 2 8 10 11 Chicago 1 2 3 6 8 10 New York 1 3 1 4 6 6 New England 1 4 1 4 5 10 New York City FC 0 1 4 4 4 8 Atlanta 0 2 2 2 2 6 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pts GF GA Los Angeles FC 5 0 1 16 19 5 Seattle 4 0 1 13 11 3 LA Galaxy 4 1 0 12 9 6 Houston 3 0 1 10 10 5 FC Dallas 3 2 1 10 10 7 Minnesota United 3 2 0 9 11 8 Sporting Kansas City 2 1 2 8 12 5 Real Salt Lake 1 4 1 4 5 13 San Jose 1 4 0 3 5 14 Vancouver 0 4 2 2 5 10 Colorado 0 4 2 2 9 16 Portland 0 4 1 1 5 15
          Regina L. “Jeanie” (Turner) Tice      Comment   Translate Page      
Regina L. “Jeanie” (Turner) Tice 59, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday April 13, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was born September 7, 1959 in Dearborn County, IN, of the late Harry Turner and Evelyn [...]
          Shipping and Warehouse Clerk B - Milacron LLC - Cincinnati, OH      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Dragons Press Box Notes for April 13      Comment   Translate Page      
The Dayton Dragons (affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds) meet the Lake County Captains (affiliate of the Cleveland Indians) in the second game of a three-game set.
          Randy Edelman Net Worth      Comment   Translate Page      

Prolific film composer Randy Edelman was created June 10, 1947, in Patterson, NJ, and discovered to try out piano by ear and wrote his 1st songs at age 14. He briefly analyzed medicine in the University or college of Cincinnati before giving up school to go after a profession in music, ultimately landing an organizing …

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All Times EDT EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pts GF GA Columbus 4 2 1 13 7 5 D.C. United 3 1 2 11 9 5 Montreal 3 2 2 11 8 11 Toronto FC 3 1 1 10 14 8 Philadelphia 3 2 1 10 9 7 Cincinnati 2 2 2 8 8 8 Orlando City 2 2 2 8 10 11 Chicago 1 2 3 6 8 10 New York City FC 0 1 5 5 7 11 New York 1 3 1 4 6 6 New England 1 4 1 4 5 10 Atlanta 0 2 2 2 2 6 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pts GF GA Los Angeles FC 5 0 1 16 19 5 Seattle 5 0 1 16 14 5 Houston 4 0 1 13 12 6 LA Galaxy 4 1 0 12 9 6 Minnesota United 3 2 1 10 14 11 FC Dallas 3 2 1 10 10 7 Sporting Kansas City 2 1 2 8 12 5 Real Salt Lake 1 4 1 4 5 13 San Jose 1 5 0 3 6 16 Vancouver 0 4 2 2 5 10 Colorado 0 4 2 2 9 16 Portland 0 4 1 1 5 15
          Connor Joe Clears Waivers, Returned To Dodgers      Comment   Translate Page      
Per Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, IF/OF Connor Joe has cleared waivers after being designated for assignment for San Francisco. Due to his status as a Rule-5 selection by Cincinnati (he was later traded to the Giants), Joe must be returned to Los Angeles, which left him unprotected ahead of the December draft.…
          Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Cardinals vs. Reds: Traveling south to move north in the NL Central      Comment   Translate Page      

Behind a late-inning offensive surger, the Cincinnati Reds kicked off the 2019 Mexico Series with a win over the St. Louis Cardinals.

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          St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds – April 13, 2019      Comment   Translate Page      

The St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds start a two game series in Monterrey, Mexico tonight, as part of MLB's 2019 Mexico Series.

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          Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey.
           Wainwright's strong outing not enough as Cardinals fall 5-2 to Reds       Comment   Translate Page      
The Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey.
          Jimmy Lee Ballard (Paris, 1937 - Lexington, 2007)      Comment   Translate Page      
Nacido en un pequeño pueblo de Kentucky (Estados Unidos), no debe ser confundido con su contemporaneo Jimmie Ballard, un tipo de Cincinnati que hacía gospel y que grabó una docena de singles entre 1952 y 1953 (aunque también hizo el interesante western-swing "Birthday cake boogie"). Nuestro Ballard en cambio era más aficionado al country que oía por la radio, y de pequeño le cogía la guitarra a su hermano Johnny para imitarlas. Era todavía muy joven cuando empezó a tocar por las fiestas de las localidades vecinas en compañía de Johnny, que se había quedado ciego, haciéndose llamar Los Ballard Brothers. Tras una breve estancia en las Fuerzas Aéreas, con las influencias del rock & roll cada vez más evidentes, los del sello Starday les editaron el híbrido "Nobody but you" (1958), obsoleto para esa época y por tanto de ventas más que flojas, lo que les obligó a enrolarse en el conjunto negro The Rhythmrockers, ahora con Johnny como bajista. Consiguieron muchas actuaciones en la vecina Lexington, donde entonces solo había otros dos grupos de rock & roll, pero en seguida Jimmy comenzó una carrera en solitario, aunque contaba siempre con los Rhythmrockers como grupo de apoyo. Los del sello REM le editaron el rockero "Say you´ll be mine" (1960), que se aireó mucho en las emisoras de Kentucky, mientras que la cara B, "Darling take my hand", fue versionada por conocidos artistas country del país. Cuando los Rhythmrockers se separaron poco después, Jimmy reclutó un nuevo grupo de acompañamiento, The Rejects (Los Rechazados, una broma privada pues todos los músicos venían rebotados de otras bandas), que seguía contando con Johnny como miembro. De nuevo en REM Ballard editó ahora el high school-doo woop "Tell me little darling" (1962), que de nuevo se radió bien en la zona, consiguió actuar con regularidad en algunas buenas salas, fue telonero de estrellas como Conway Twitty o Ike Turner y tocó en la banda de Jimmy Reed para redondear ingresos. Tras salir de gira por el Medio Oeste norteamericano, los Rejects se disolvieron, y Jimmy tuvo que reclutar nuevos músicos, ahora llamados The All Nighters, entre los cuales, de nuevo, estaba Johnny. Fueron ellos los que le acompañaron en su disco "Wang dang do" (1964), que por desgracia sería el último. Y es que aunque Jimmy siguió tocando, llegando a ser telonero de Jerry Lee Lewis, e incluso grabando, problemas con los productores evitarían que nuevo material viera la luz durante años. En los años 80 formó una nueva banda, ya sin Johnny, con el que había discutido, aunque ya solo tocaba localmente, y en los años 90 tan solo tocaba para fiestas privadas. Falleció a los 70 años de edad.  
Músicos: Jimmy Lee Ballard (voz y guitarra), Kenny Whalen y Bill Wasson (guitarra), Johnny Ballard (bajo y guitarra acústica), Johnny Lizzy, Shirley "Jay" Congleton, Bud Ecton, Jerry Cole y Danny Thurman (batería), Wendell Lizzy (piano), Charlie Bishop y Bucky Harper (saxo), Kent Gaitskill (bajo), Joe Weber (violín), Norman Osborne y Daryl Waynscott (órgano) y Anita Kerr Singers (coros). Fuente: Shawn Chambers, de Lexingtunes.com (gracias).
          Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey
          LEADING OFF: Cards-Reds in Mexico, suspended Archer starts      Comment   Translate Page      
Major League Baseball returns to Estadio de Béisbol de Monterrey when the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds begin a two-game series. The Astros and Angels play a two-game series at the same park in early May. MLB began holding regular season games in Mexico in 1996, and the 1999 season opened with a matchup in Monterrey between the Padres and Colorado.
          Reds, Cardinals to battle down South in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
The Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals hope their elevated play travels well when they head south of the border to open an abbreviated two-game series against each other on Saturday in Monterrey, Mexico. The Reds will be considered the host team in the series that will be played at Estadio de Beisbol Monterrey, the home of the Sultanes de Monterrey of the Mexican League. "We're ready to go," Cincinnati manager David Bell said.
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          New York City Snow Globe Holiday Card - Letterpress by pistachiopress      Comment   Translate Page      

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          Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      

MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — There were fireworks this time, too, after Derek Dietrich homered. Fortunately for Dietrich and the Cincinnati Reds, it was all in good fun. Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Reds won their fourth in a row, beating the […]
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          Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      

Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey. The start of the two-game series marked the first time either team […]

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          MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey. The start of the two-game series marked the first time either team had played in the regular season in Mexico. St. Louis had won five in a row. Wainwright hit an RBI single in the second off Tanner Roark for       Comment   Translate Page      
MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey. The start of the two-game series marked the […]
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That was fun. Roark was impressive, especially after a tough start to the first through no fault of his own. Puig contributed on defense and his bat will get going. Winker and Votto heating up, clutch at bats from Ervin, Schebler and Dietrich. A few weird plays but on a strange trip on a strange surface that's not too surprising. How about a sweep tomorrow? Go Reds!
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Cmon Iggy?
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Tick Cooper
by
John Vance
YA & Adult Historical Fiction
Publisher: Black Opal Books
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“I swear by everything I ever owned that my adventure will be the honest truth—even if I had to tell a few lies along the way to get to the meaning of that truth.” So promises Tick Cooper, a twelve year old Ohio boy who’s about to accompany his Uncle Ned down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans. It’s the autumn of 1860, right before the election that will send Abraham Lincoln to the White House. With his mother deceased and his father having deserted him for the chance of gold in California, Tick has been most fortunate to receive the care and love of his father’s older brother and his wife—Aunt Clara. Although she has recently passed away, she and Uncle Ned have educated the boy about living a good and proper life. But Tick hasn’t had much of a chance to put what he’s learned into practice—nor to face the moral challenges every young person will face as he or she grows up. But the river journey will provide plenty of those experiences and tests of character. Yet, reaching New Orleans does not conclude the lessons and challenges, for there Tick witnesses a slave auction, and on the block is a thirteen-year-old freed black girl named Clarissa, whom Tick had briefly met in Ohio. Now Tick faces his most significant challenge. Can he help get Clarissa back to Ohio all the way from New Orleans?


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There I was jumping from the top of one tree to another. It wasn’t exactly as if I was flying, because I had to land on the top branch of each tree, but it sure felt like flying. Geese were following me and honking away like they were trying to warn me about something. But when I decided to forget about the tree tops and just fly, I fell hard to the ground thirty feet below and started rolling down the side of a hill while I was hiding my face in a pillow. I kept feeling the feathers from the goose down pillow sticking out and poking my cheeks and the side of my neck. Try as I might, I couldn’t pull that pillow off my face and it got to be stained with the blood coming out of me. But I kept rolling and rolling until I was stopped by something firm but soft. But by the time I finally pulled the pillow away from my face to see what or who had stopped me, I woke up and I never found out. That happens to me in dreams a lot. Wish it didn’t, though. What woke me up was my Uncle Ned telling me it was time to leave our house and get on the train to Cincinnati where we would get aboard the steamboat the St. Paul and head down to New Orleans. I was about to leave on the greatest adventure of my life. I swear by everything I ever owned that it will be the honest truth—even if I had to tell a few lies along the way to get to the meaning of that truth. Uncle Ned shouted from the front porch of our house in Oxford, Ohio, “Time to catch the train, Tick.” That’s my name—Tick—Tick Cooper. Or what they’ve always called me anyways. Uncle Ned said I’d always remember this day as long as I lived, but I still wrote it down when we got on the train in Hamilton so I’d be sure never to forget— “November the 1st, 1860.” We would ride some thirty-five miles to Cincinnati, the 2 largest city in the whole state. I’d a been on the train only once before—when the railway first opened, when I was six. But what gets a boy excited when he’s six and what gets him excited at twelve are quite different things—so this time I acted all grown up like I’d ridden the railroad every week. I didn’t jump around and bother Uncle Ned the way I did the first time. Even so, it was still pretty special chugging along in such high style. Nothing much happened on the train for the first twenty miles or so, but two more passengers got on and right afterward I heard some commotion going on in front of where we were sitting. “I say that’s my seat you’re sitting in. Get out of it now.” The man who said that was an elderly gent who looked like he had gotten into many tough scrapes in his life. He had long white hair and side whiskers, but what I grabbed my attention most was his scarred-up face. It looked like someone had dug trenches on his cheeks and above his right eye. And he seemed much bigger and stronger than men as old as he was. He was talking to a boy who looked younger than me—maybe nine or ten. The boy was in the seat by himself and was just too scared to say anything back. “You had better come up with a good reason why you took my seat or I’ll rip your nose right off your face, boy.” Because Uncle Ned had fallen asleep, it was up to me to do something. I just had to be sure that boy kept his nose on where it was, so I ran up to the man. “Excuse me, mister. My brother here is in the wrong seat. Come on, Ben. Your seat is back with us.” That boy almost flew out of the seat and headed to the back of the train car. “Excuse my brother, mister. He doesn’t hear well and sometimes I have to tell him things twice.” I turned and walked back to my seat, expecting that that white-haired old devil would 3 grab me and try to take my nose off. But he didn’t say or do anything. He just grunted and sat in the seat I guess he always sat in when he rode on that train. I found out that Ben’s real name was Peter Butler and that he was put on the train by his grandpap so he could take a steamboat from Cincinnati to Pittsburgh, where his mother, father, and baby sister had just settled in a house. I told him I’d look out for him until we reached Cincinnati, where his grandpap’s brother lived and would take him in for the night. We talked about the man with the scars on his face—I mean we talked softly so we wouldn’t wake Uncle Ned or let that old buzzard hear us. I told Peter that some folks believe they really own whatever they use often—cups, chairs, and such--and that it’s easy for someone big to get what they want from someone smaller, who can’t do anything about it. And if that big someone is also real ugly, it’s all the easier. When I told Peter my name, he wanted to know if I was born with it. I told him that when I was born my father named me John Polk Cooper, but those first two names never really suited me much. It was Aunt Clara who first called me “Tick” because when I was a baby I used to burrow into the blanket like a tick into a dog’s back. But the name really stuck when I started running around and hiding in bushes, old dead trees, and holes in the ground. I also like the sound of Tick Cooper better than John Cooper or John Polk Cooper any day of the week. One of my teachers said that Tick Cooper wasn’t as easy to pronounce as John or John Polk Cooper, because the first name ended with a “k” sound and the second name began with the same sound. But she was educated and I guess those things matter to those kinds of folks. Ben said that Polk was a funny name to be stuck with—and it was, but from what Uncle Ned told me I got my middle name because of the then president of the United States, James Polk, who they say kicked the Mexicans out of Texas and took it for the 4 United States. Uncle Ned said that my father thought Polk did the right thing, but from what Uncle Ned also told me, my father once shot a man in the leg who claimed that the twelve feet at the very back of my father’s land rightfully belonged to him. They say the man showed my father the papers, but my father shot him anyways, saying that it was the law that those who live on the land and cultivate it have all right to it. I guess old President Polk never heard of that law when he took Texas. So since I was born on March 3, 1848, I got stuck with a Polk between my first and last names. If I was born three years ago my name would have been John Buchanan Cooper, which was wore then the name I had. As Aunt Clara used to say, “Thank heaven for small favors.” When the train stopped in Cincinnati, we waited until the foul-looking man left the train car before we did. Uncle Ned woke up and finally met Peter, who thanked me for helping him and waited until he saw his grandpap’s brother before getting off the train. I wished he was going to New Orleans instead of Pittsburgh, because I knew I’d never see him again, but my Aunt Clara used to say that the older you get the more often folks would come in and then out of your life—sometimes on the very same day. Aunt Clara. I guess I forgot to say that she was Uncle Ned’s wife and was always like a mother to me, since my own mother died when I wasn’t yet two years old. I’m still very sad that Aunt Clara got real sick and died a few months back. The day before we left Oxford, we went to see her grave at the Old Yard Cemetery. Uncle Ned had been going there every week since she died, but he never made me go with him. I just did it on my own every few weeks or so, but it was more to be with Uncle Ned because I really wanted to go. Not that I’m afraid to visit the graves of all those dead people. I’ve been there after the sun went down with three of my friends and was the very last to run out of there, which won me the wool cap we found snagged on a tree limb the day before. 5 Anyway--at her grave, Uncle Ned told Aunt Clara that he’d be going away for a spell and he’d be thinking of her all the time. He also told her that he’d be taking me with him. She was so good to me—she really was. As soon as we got off the train, we heard a noise on the wooden platform—a kind of “ker-thump” every several second or so, so we looked around and saw a man who looked like he hadn’t shaved his whiskers in a hundred years limping along with a wooden crutch under his arm, which he dragged as he took a step with his good leg. Good leg? I should have said only leg! Uncle Ned reached in his pocket for a coin or two, which he liked to do whenever he saw someone who couldn’t walk or see too well. So I reached in mine and pulled out one of my two new Indian head pennies. My other one was back in my room at home, but I always carried one of them with me for good luck. But when I looked at the coin, I wanted to think that Uncle Ned’s contribution would be enough that the one-legged old soul wouldn’t hold it against me if I jammed my lucky coin back in my pocket. I sure didn’t want to be without luck on my grand adventure to New Orleans. But I didn’t think or act fast enough because the next thing I knew I had put my Indian head penny in the man’s hand. He closed his old fist around it, and I felt like I dropped my hunting rifle down a well. My stomach became as heavy as a cannon ball, and my throat felt as dry as if I had swallowed a campfire. Being charitable isn’t always “its own reward,” as Aunt Clara used to say. The poor man had only limped about ten feet away when two men in fancy clothes, with new top hats and walking sticks came up behind him and started laughing and pointing at his crutch. I guess these were men because they were dressed in all high fancy, but they acted like boys not much older than me. The one in the striped pants took his walking stick and swung it like he was chopping at a low limb and knocked the 6 crutch out from under the old man, who fell to the platform before I could take get close enough to break his fall. Those two dandified gents both burst out laughing as the old man let out one of them painful old man’s screeches, with a whistling sound—probably because he lacked some front teeth. The coins he had gotten from me, Uncle Ned, and some other kindly folks were scattered all over the platform. And then you know what those two popinjays did? They threw down several coins themselves! I couldn’t believe it. I guess they paid for the right to hurt the old man. Or maybe they did it to make sure their consciences wouldn’t bother them none. Uncle Ned told me once that some folks believe they can make up for their being cruel and thoughtless by giving money. And these two gents were nothing compared to what I’d see later on my adventure. But I’m running ahead of myself. When I went over to help up the old man, I saw my Indian head penny about six feet away, picking up the bright sunshine, which made it sparkle. When I got the crutch situated under the old man’s arm, I walked over and picked up the coin. I was afraid someone else would take it and use it to buy something useless. No. Now wait. That’s not all of it. I better come clean or this tale isn’t going to be worth you’re taking the time to read it if I don’t. To tell the honest truth, I picked up the coin mostly because I wanted to think more about his need for it, since four other folks gave the old man more money. I picked up my coin as the lame old man was walking away with the rest of the money that someone had picked up from the platform, along with the new coins just placed in his hand. I knew he wouldn’t miss my Indian head penny—not one bit--and seeing that it and the other penny back home were gifts from my Uncle Ned, I decided to put the penny back in my pocket. For about a second. I caught up with the old man and gave him my good-luck penny for a second time. Maybe I was wrong, but I just felt he needed the good luck 7 much more than I did. Then I heard Uncle Ned calling me, and that was the last I saw of my penny and the old man. But not the last I’d see of those two high-hatted, dandypants scoundrels who knocked the old man down.





About the Author


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During his career as Professor of English at the University of Georgia, John Vance was the author of six books and numerous articles devoted to literary biography and criticism. He also began indulging his love of theater as actor, director, and playwright, with thirty-five of his plays staged. Now he has turned exclusively to fiction, and is the author of fourteen novels, including the humorous memoir Setting Sail for Golden Harbor and the recently BookBub featured In Mind of the Vampire. He lives in Athens, Georgia with his wife Susan.




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With Saturday’s 2-0 victory over FC Cincinnati on goals by Mark-Anthony Kaye and Carlos Vela, the league leaders are unbeaten, have an MLS-record 21 goals through seven games and haven’t given up a score...


          Los Rojos vencen a los Cardenales en el regreso de las Grandes Ligas en el Estadio Monterrey      Comment   Translate Page      
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          LAFC continues unbeaten start with win over FC Cincinnati      Comment   Translate Page      

Few Major League Soccer teams have started a season better than LAFC has started this one.

With Saturday’s 2-0 victory over FC Cincinnati on goals by Mark-Anthony Kaye and Carlos Vela, the league leaders are unbeaten, have an MLS-record 21 goals through seven games and haven’t given up a score...


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          Laurent Ciman et Toronto s'inclinent malgré deux assists de Pozuelo      Comment   Translate Page      
Les anciens Diables Rouges Laurent Ciman (Toronto) et Roland Lamah (Cincinnati) ont tous deux perdu dans le championnat nord-américain de la Major League Soccer, samedi soir.
          LAFC Remains Undefeated with 2-0 Win over FC Cincinnati      Comment   Translate Page      
The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) defeated expansion side FC Cincinnati on Saturday evening at Banc of California Stadium. The Club remains unbeate... - MLS Los Angeles FC
          LAFC continues unbeaten start with win over FC Cincinnati      Comment   Translate Page      

Few Major League Soccer teams have started a season better than LAFC has started this one.

With Saturday’s 2-0 victory over FC Cincinnati on goals by Mark-Anthony Kaye and Carlos Vela, the league leaders are unbeaten, have an MLS-record 21 goals through seven games and haven’t given up a score...


          [MLS: Los Angeles Football Club] - 5 Takeaways From LAFC's 2-0 Win Over FC Cincinnati      Comment   Translate Page      
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          (Cincinnati) FS / FT : Rare Six Corp SKS Number matching Detachable Bayonet - $ 425      Comment   Translate Page      
Cleaning out some safe queens selling a rare SKS Six Corp number matching including stock Which includes the factory detachable bayonet. (look it up they are much harder to find some reports say as low as 3000 imported)

$425

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          Adopt Monty a Domestic Short Hair, Tabby (Monty (Petfinder.com))      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Adopt Monty a Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby Domestic Shorthair / Mixed (short coat) (Adopt-a-Pet.com)      Comment   Translate Page      
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          LAFC continues unbeaten start with win over FC Cincinnati      Comment   Translate Page      

Few Major League Soccer teams have started a season better than LAFC has started this one.

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          The Tatiana Show Ep. 191 Jess Mears      Comment   Translate Page      

It was such a pleasure talking to Jess, who talks about how she became involved with the Libertarian Party along with an increasing number of women. We talk about her efforts in the 2016 election as a staffer for Gary Johnson and what to look forward to in the 2020 Presidential Election. Jess also talks about Libertarian stances on everything from the environment to the sex work industry. If you are a member of the Libertarian Party or seriously considering, you do not want to miss this episode.

About the Guests:

Meet Jess, the Libertarian Party's Membership Manager. Jess Mears has been a Libertarian activist since 2007. She founded Libertarian groups on a college campus, a retirement community and at the county level. In 2010, Jess ran for state senate in Ohio at the age of 21. Jess has been involved with over a dozen Libertarian campaigns. In 2016, Jess traveled the country with Governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld as the campaign's Director of Events. In 2018, she served as campaign manager for the Foxall For Florida House District 72 Special Election; this campaign broke records for fundraising and media garnered. Jess received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati in Communications and Public Relations. She lives in Alexandria, VA and works out of the Libertarian Party's National Headquarters. In addition to managing the party's membership programs, she serves as the Social Media Manager and in various other roles. During the recent government shutdown, with a little help from her friends, Jess coordinated a nationwide effort of Libertarian activists to remove litter from 20+ national parks. This effort resulted in some of the best media exposure the party has received for non-political campaign related activities. Jess's spring 2019 speaking engagements will give Libertarians a forecast on the 2020 presidential race and how to best prepare.


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          The 14th Colony (Cotton Malone, Bk 11)      Comment   Translate Page      

What happens if both the president and vice-president-elect die before taking the oath of office? The answer is far from certain―in fact, what follows would be nothing short of total political chaos.

Shot down over Siberia, ex-Justice Department agent Cotton Malone is forced into a fight for survival against Aleksandr Zorin, a man whose loyalty to the former Soviet Union has festered for decades into an intense hatred of the United States.

Before escaping, Malone learns that Zorin and another ex-KGB officer, this one a sleeper still embedded in the West, are headed overseas to Washington D.C. Noon on January 20th―Inauguration Day―is only hours away. A flaw in the Constitution, and an even more flawed presidential succession act, have opened the door to disaster and Zorin intends to exploit both weaknesses to their fullest.

Armed with a weapon leftover from the Cold War, one long thought to be just a myth, Zorin plans to attack. He’s aided by a shocking secret hidden in the archives of America’s oldest fraternal organization―the Society of Cincinnati―a group that once lent out its military savvy to presidents, including helping to formulate three invasion plans of what was intended to be America’s 14th colony―Canada.

In a race against the clock that starts in the frozen extremes of Russia and ultimately ends at the White House itself, Malone must not only battle Zorin, he must also confront a crippling fear that he’s long denied, but which now jeopardizes everything. Steve Berry’s trademark mix of history and speculation is all here in this provocative new thriller.


          4/13/2019: SPORTS: Sky Blue FC at Washington Spirit      Comment   Translate Page      
Goalkeepers: Aubrey Bledsoe (Cincinnati), Sammy Jo Prudhomme (Aliso Viejo, Calif.), Shae Yanez (Downingtown, Pa.). Defenders: Megan Crosson (Costa Mesa, Calif.), Mallory Eubanks* (Lexington, Ky.), Tegan McGrady (San Jose), Sam Staab (San Diego), Paige...
          (Cincinnati) M&P Full Size .40 2.0 In FDE - $ 1      Comment   Translate Page      
Have a perfect condition M&P  Full Size .40 2.0 in FDE/Sand. It will come with all origanal packeging and 4 mags

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          Rich Franklin joins the UFC Hall of Fame Class of 2019      Comment   Translate Page      

Rich Franklin

From math teacher to middleweight champion, Rich Franklin can now call himself a UFC Hall of Famer as he joins the class of 2019 that will be inducted on July 5 in Las Vegas.

A native of Cincinnati, OH where he previously worked as a school teacher, Franklin first fought in the UFC back in 2003 when he made quite a splash in his debut with a TKO win over Evan Tanner.

Franklin would eventually rematch Tanner two years later where he would become the UFC middleweight champion.

He defended the title on two different occasions including a memorable knockout against Nate Quarry that still plays in highlight reels to this day.

After his reign as champion ended, Franklin took on all comers while competing at both 185 pounds and 205 pounds.

He earned wins over the likes of Yushin Okami, Chuck Liddell and Wanderlei Silva on two separate occasions.

Franklin decided to retire from the sport in 2015 before taking on an executive role with ONE Championship in Singapore.

Now Franklin will return to his old stomping grounds in Las Vegas where he joins the UFC Hall of Fame class of 2019 with the induction ceremony taking place during International Fight Week.


          Triunfa Cincinnati en Monterrey      Comment   Translate Page      

En un atractivo encuentro de temporada regular del beisbol de Grandes Ligas, Rojos de Cincinnati logró una buena reacción para darle la vuelta a la pizarra ante Cardenales de San Luis y terminó por vencerlos 5-2 en el duelo disputado en el Estadio de Beisbol Monterrey.

En la parte alta de la segunda entrada, Cardenales se puso al frente en la pizarra cuando el lanzador Adam Wainwright conectó un imparable productor de una carrera.

Wainwright tuvo una gran salida y mantenía el juego sin hit ni carrera tras cinco innings, hasta que en la parte baja de la sexta tanda, Jesse Winker conectó jonrón solitario para empatar la pizarra.

Por si fuera poco, el segunda base Derek Dietrich conectó sólido la pelota en la séptima para lograr un cuadrangular que le permitió a los Rojos darle la vuelta al marcador y ponerse en ventaja 2-1.

En la octava entrada, de nueva cuenta los de Cincinnati se hicieron presentes con un racimo de tres carreras, por lo que tomaron una considerable ventaja de 5-1; pero el rival respondió en la novena con un jonrón de Kolten Wong para el 5-2, que a la postre fue definitivo.

El lanzador que se llevó la victoria fue Jared Hughes, quien en dos tercios de entrada no permitió carreras y ponchó a un enemigo, la derrota fue para Adam Wainwright; el abridor permitió dos carreras limpias en seis entradas de trabajo, dio dos bases por bolas y ponchó a cuatro enemigos.

Raisel Iglesias logró su segundo rescate del año.

Hoy será el segundo encuentro de la serie que se realiza en el Estadio de Beisbol Monterrey y el encuentro se llevará a cabo a partir de las 15:05 horas.

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Never used, new in packaging.  Wilson Combat summer companion leather 1911 commander holster.
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          Postdoctoral Research Scientist: Watersheds, Surface Waters, and Nutrients - US Environmental Protection Agency - Office of Research and Development - Cincinnati, OH      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Hydrologist - Woolpert - Cincinnati, OH      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Dietrich, Reds beat Wainwright, Cardinals 5-2 in Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      

MONTERREY, Mexico — Derek Dietrich hit a tiebreaking homer off Adam Wainwright in the seventh inning and added a two-run triple as the Cincinnati Reds won their fourth straight game, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 Saturday night in the raucous Estadio de Beisbol de Monterrey. The start of the two-game series marked the first […]

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          LAFC continues unbeaten start with win over FC Cincinnati      Comment   Translate Page      

Few Major League Soccer teams have started a season better than LAFC has started this one.

With Saturday’s 2-0 victory over FC Cincinnati on goals by Mark-Anthony Kaye and Carlos Vela, the league leaders are unbeaten, have an MLS-record 21 goals through seven games and haven’t given up a score...


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          Vintage Hutch Built Baseball Fielder's Mitt, Genuine Leather Cincinnati Baseball Glove by buckeyesandbluegrass      Comment   Translate Page      

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          4/14 Through the 1970’s: Tobin Joins; Bunning Stunning; WGN Baptism; Shutouts; HBD George, Bill & Kyle      Comment   Translate Page      

  • 1880 - P George Merritt was born in Paterson, NJ. He spent from 1901-03 with the Pirates as a pitcher and part-time outfielder, slashing 3-0/4.50 from the hill and hitting .213 as a bench stick. That was the extent of his MLB days. During his 1903 campaign, he left Pittsburgh and joined the hometown Jersey City Skeeters, playing with them until 1910 before finally hanging up the glove in 1915. 
  • 1884 - RHP Wild Bill Luhrsen was born in Buckley, Illinois. Wild Bill’s MLB career consisted of five games (three starts) for the 1913 Pirates when the 29-year-old rookie went 3-1/2.48, with his only loss to Christy Mathewson. The Pirates bought his rights from Albany of the Sally League during the season after a rash of injuries chewed up the staff. He was later sent to Columbus after the pitching recovered. After his baseball days ended, Luhrsen worked as a machinist and a lumber buyer in Little Rock.
Emil Yde 1925 (photo Bain/Library of Congress)
  • 1925 - Chicago’s WGN Radio broadcast its first ever regular season Cubs’ baseball game (Quin Ryan announced the contest from the grandstand roof) as Chicago’s Grover Alexander defeated the Pirates and Emil Yde on Opening Day, 8-2. Six of the runs against Yde were unearned thanks to three Bucco boots. Old Pete not only was the winning pitcher, but helped himself with a single, double, and home run. 
  • 1937 - The Bucs bought minor league pitcher Jim “Abba Dabba” Tobin from the Yankees, who had him stashed on the PCL Oakland Oaks roster. Tobin tossed three seasons for Pittsburgh, going 29-24 with a 3.71 ERA before being sent to Boston. He was a mainstay of their staff during the war years and pitched in MLB through 1945; he tossed a no-hitter for Beantown in 1944. He was also a good stick; he hit .230 during his career/.275 during his Pittsburgh stay and was often used as a pinch hitter. Abba Dabba is the only modern-era pitcher to hit three homers in one game, as he did for the Braves in 1942 (Guy Hecker, who would later manage the Alleghenys, was the only other pitcher to match, back in 1886). Tobin called it a day as a pro player after the 1950 campaign. As for his nickname, the Detroit Athletic Company explained “Tobin liked to do imitations of a vaudeville magician. As part of the act, Tobin would pause in the middle of a magic trick and declare, ‘Abba Dabba, are you ready?’” 
  • 1960 - The Pirates showed that they would be a NL force to reckon with during their home opener, pounding the Reds 13-0 in front of 34,064 fans. Vern Law pitched a complete game shutout while Roberto Clemente and Billy Maz combined to bring home nine runs. One of the Great One’s RBI was a 445’ sac fly that Vada Pinson corralled just short of the batting cage parked in center field. 
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  • 1963 - Al McBean tossed Pittsburgh to a 1-0 victory over the Reds at Cincinnati’s Crosley Field on Easter for their fourth straight victory. It wasn’t a thing of beauty. The Bucs pushed their only run across in the fourth thanks to a walk and pair of infield singles off Joey Jay, with only one other runner reaching third. Cincy had 10 hits to go with a walk and error, but stranded 12 runners, twice leaving the bases loaded and three times leaving runners at second and third. But Alvin was tough enough and mowed down the final seven batters to ice the win. 
  • 1968 - Jim Bunning earned his first win with Pittsburgh‚ 3-0, at Los Angeles. It was his 40th career shutout and included his 1‚000th NL strikeout‚ making him the first pitcher since Cy Young with 1‚000 punchouts in each league. His bacon was saved when Roberto Clemente brought back a potential two-run homer to right by Ron Fairly, leaping above the wall to snag the ball. 
  • 1976 - RHP Kyle Farnsworth was born in Wichita, Kansas. Kyle spent 16 years and tossed 893 games in the MLB; a few weeks and nine outings were on the Pirates dime in 2013. The veteran was picked up off waivers from Tampa Bay and the 38-year-old did his job, giving up one run in 8-1/3 IP during their playoff run. Kyle’s last year in the show was 2014; he tossed in Mexico for a couple of years afterward while multitasking by playing semi-pro football in Florida.

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  • 1980 - The Pirates got their World Series rings at the home opener at TRS. The rainy day (the game was delayed three times) drew 44,088 to the yard. The Bucs were cruising in the ninth when Teke was touched up for a couple of runs to tie the match; it was untied an inning later when Bill Robinson took Bruce Sutter yard for a walk-off 5-4 Bucco win. 
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  • 1980 - RHP John Van Benschoten was born in San Diego. As a top draft pick in 2001 (eighth overall), the debate whether was to have JVB pitch (he was Kent State’s closer) or hit (he led the NCAA in HRs). The Pirates thought he had a better shot physically at pitching, and that was probably a bad decision. In three stops at Pittsburgh (2004, 2007-08) he went 2-13/9.20 along with an assortment of arm problems. He never tossed in the majors again. 
  • 1984 - RHP Chris Leroux was born in Montreal. The reliever pitched for the Bucs from 2010-13, getting fairly regular work between 2010-11. He was injured much of 2012 and released early in the 2013 campaign, which he finished out in Japan. His Pirate line was 1-2 with a 5.56 ERA. He last MLB posting was with the Yankees in 2014. 
  • 1990 - The Pirates and Cubs became the first MLB teams to be aired nationally by CBS Sports, which had outbid ABC and NBC for exclusive game rights with an offer of $1.8B over four years. Their Three Rivers match was the network’s first “Saturday Game of the Week” and marked the debut of the announcing team of Brent Musberger and Tim McCarver. The Pirates didn’t provide much bang for the buck as Doug Drabek fell to Mike Harkey 4-1. 
  • 1991 - Bob Walk hit the only home run of his career, a two-out solo shot off Chicago’s Danny Jackson in the second inning at Wrigley Field. Walk started the game but wasn’t around for the decision in Pittsburgh’s 6-4 loss to the Cubs as Stan Belinda gave up two runs in the bottom of the eighth to take the defeat. Jeff King went 3-for-4. 
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  • 2008 - The Bucs took a down-to-the-wire 6-4 win at Dodger Stadium when Nate McLouth hammered a three-run, two-out homer in the ninth off Dodger closer Takashi Saito. Matt Capps saved the win for Tyler Yates. 
  • 2013 - The Pirates fell behind the Cincinnati Reds 5-0 before scoring 10 runs in the seventh and eighth innings to rally for a 10-6 win behind Mike McKenry’s two long balls, the first multi-homer day of his career. The PNC fans wouldn’t sit down until The Fort tipped his cap during a curtain call. Appropriately, the Pirates were dressed in throwback seventies “Lumber Company” uniforms. 
  • 2014 - The Bucs and Reds combined for a GABP record 10 homers in just six innings before the game was suspended by weather with the score 7-7. The Pirates became the third MLB team to hit three back-to-back sets of HR. Neil Walker and Gaby Sanchez hit that cycle twice in the second and sixth frames to tie a team mark from 1954 set by Toby Atwell and Jerry Lynch. Starling Marte and Travis Snider banged the other pair. The Reds were no slouches themselves, hitting four homers, three of them two-run shots and all of them with two outs. Pittsburgh won the game the next day 8-7 on Russ Martin’s two-out knock that scored Andrew McCutchen.
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  • 2018 - It wasn’t a thing of beauty, but Pittsburgh slipped past Miami, 1-0, at Marlin Park. Jameson Taillon and Trevor Richards started in a game that saw just 11 combined hits, and it hinged on two plays. In the fourth inning, Miami’s Justin Bour was on third when Lewis Brinson hit a gentle roller to shortstop, with Jordy Mercer playing at DP depth looking for a twin-killing. But instead of steaming home with the conceded run, Bour froze at third and died there. In the ninth, Starling Marte singled with an out and went to third on a hit-and-run. Corey Dickerson surprised everyone by bunting, and it could have been a disaster, as he popped the ball up. But fate carried it far enough to drop between the pitcher and second baseman, allowing Marte to score the game’s only run. It wasn’t a safety squeeze but Dickerson’s personal brainstorm, even though he hadn’t laid down a bunt in a game since 2014. George Kontos got the win with Felipe Vazquez picking up the save.

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Today is the Cincinnati Under Armour All-America Camp Series showcase, and like The Opening Regional showcase in Massillon on March 31, there are several Midwestern and in-state recruits to watch for Ohio State fans.

The Buckeyes are in contact with more than 20 athletes on the initial roster, and two participants, Jakob James and Trey Leroux, are both committed to Ohio State already.

The position that will be best represented by Ohio State targets will be the quarterback position – this is assuming the participants show up to the showcase.

Quarterbacks to Watch

J.J. McCarthy

Of the quarterbacks at the regional, La Grange Park, Illinois, quarterback J.J. McCarthy has the most mutual interest with Ohio State. He paid a visit to Columbus in March and walked away extremely impressed, promising that he would be back and entering his name as one of the several 2021 quarterbacks heavily interested in the Buckeyes. He’s also fairly interested in Northwestern.

Drake Maye

Drake Maye, the brother of North Carolina forward Luke Maye, was also in town in March, when his brother was competing in the NCAA Tournament in Columbus. He was recently rated as the No. 50 overall prospect in the 2021 class and the No. 5 quarterback in a quarterback-heavy class. He received an Alabama offer in March as well and has made several unofficial visits to North Carolina, though those visits can be overrated for prospects with siblings at offering universities.

Chase Harrison

Centerville 2022 quarterback Chase Harrison was the most recent quarterback to visit Ohio State. He was in Columbus on April 5, and also left impressed, though without an offer. His only offer has come from Louisville, but he has been named a MaxPreps All-American and a Rivals Young gun QB, while also earning an invite to the Elite 11 and the National Combine.

Ira Armstead

South Bend, Indiana, 2020 quarterback Ira Armstead is a quarterback that hasn’t been talked about much within the Ohio State recruiting sphere, but he has caught some interest from the Buckeyes, who already have their top 2020 quarterback commitment in four-star Arizona quarterback Jack Miller. Armstead had a good showing at The Opening Regional in Massillon and is rated as the No. 28 dual-threat quarterback in the class by 247Sports.

Top Ohio State Targets to Watch

Darrion Henry

It seems like four-star Cincinnati defensive end Darrion Henry is listed in nearly anything involving Ohio State recruiting these days, as he’s sure to commit to the Buckeyes on any day at this point. But Henry is listed to compete at the Under Armour camp Sunday. He was also listed to compete at The Opening Regional on March 31, along with Paris Johnson Jr. and Jaheim Thomas, but he, and the other two, didn’t show.

Jaheim Thomas

Piggybacking off of Darrion Henry, four-star Princeton linebacker Jaheim Thomas didn’t compete in The Opening Regional on March 31, but that was before Thomas got his Ohio State offer. Now, the Cincinnati trio collectively have Buckeye offers. Whether that changes the way they approach camps is yet to be seen, but at this point, Thomas has all of the offers he could hope for – Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Georgia Tech and Ohio State just in the last few weeks.

Damon Payne

Michigan two-way lineman Damon Payne was just rated as the No. 58 player overall in the Class of 2021, and his performance in The Opening Regional had a lot to do with that. Payne said he didn’t have his best day March 31 – “My best day is I don’t get touched. I got touched, so I didn’t have my best day.” – but he still walked away with the defensive line MVP award. He also visited Ohio State on April 1 and was impressed with what he saw. Payne has received offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Florida State and is rated as the No. 5 defensive tackle in his class by 247Sports.

Donovan Edwards

Michigan running back Donovan Edwards is an interesting case headed into Sunday because the 2021 No. 4 running back broke his ankle in Week 7 of his sophomore season, and it still clearly bothered him at The Opening Regional in Massillon. Many prospects compete in these camps to get their names in front of schools’ eyes, but Edwards has offers from Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Miami, and he received an offer from Florida earlier this week.

Other Players to Watch

Jayden Ballard

Massillon Washington High School 2021 standout wide receiver Jayden Ballard made defensive backs look silly at The Opening Regional and was clearly one of the more matured wideouts in terms of route-running and body control, though he was one of a few sophomore-aged participants. Ballard has a strong relationship with Ohio State wide receivers coach Brian Hartline and was at Ohio State on Saturday. Once he lands more offers on top of Ohio State and Penn State, his rating will skyrocket from the No. 19 wide receiver rank in his class.

Yanni Karlaftis

Indiana linebacker Yanni Karlaftis is the brother of 2019 defensive end George Karlaftis. George finished the recruiting cycle as the No. 1 Indiana recruit in his class, and Yanni is following suit, as he was named the No. 1 recruit in Indiana and No. 3 outside linebacker in the 2021 class by 247Sports earlier this week. Karlaftis was at Ohio State on Saturday and has offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Purdue, where his brother signed.

Corey Kiner

Cincinnati running back Corey Kiner is a name that’s crept into Ohio State’s 2021 recruiting efforts. He was in Columbus on Saturday and is rated as the No. 5 running back in the Class of 2021.

Other recruits to keep in mind Sunday:

Braiden McGregor, defensive end (2020 No. 27 overall)

Blake Fisher, offensive tackle (2021 No. 87 overall)

Kalen King, cornerback (2021 No. 263 overall)

Jutahn McClain, all-purpose back (2020 No. 297 overall)

Davion Weatherspoon, offensive center (2021 No. 348)

Chris Scott, wide receiver (2020 No. 483 overall)

Justin Wodtly, defensive end (2020 No. 598 overall)

Miyan Williams, running back (2020 No. 624 overall)

Carrington Valentine, cornerback (2020 No. 782)

Isaiah Hackett, athlete (2020 No. 1,712 overall)

Dane Middlebrook, defensive tackle (2020 No. 1,908 overall)

Two Participants Who Committed Away From OSU

Devell Washington, three-star Michigan wideout, told Eleven Warriors that his interest in Ohio State has remained consistent since he received his offer in June, when he was willing to commit but backed off. It was Ohio State’s interest in Washington that waned, though, and less than a week after narrowing his list to five teams, Washington chose West Virginia on Saturday.

Groveport Madison two-way lineman Terah Edwards had been waiting on Ohio State to offer. The Buckeyes wanted to see him in person, but he told Eleven Warriors that he didn’t want to wait around for schools to offer if he felt like home at another school. He was leaning toward Michigan State for awhile but announced Saturday that he is committed to Northwestern.

Both prospects are expected to be participating in the Under Armour All-America Camp on Sunday.


          Ohio State's Spring Game Recruiting Spectacle, Former Player Reunion Goes On Uninterrupted Without Urban Meyer      Comment   Translate Page      
Dwayne Haskins knew exactly what he was doing.

At 10:47 a.m. on Saturday, he entered Ohio Stadium for the spring game through the exact same gates he walked though 364 days before. But instead of the cut-off scarlet sweatshirt, headband, headphones around his ears, backpack and rolled-up gray football pants with pads underneath he wore last year, Haskins rocked a black sweatshirt with black sweatpants and a watch befitting of a fashion-conscious, soon-to-be first-round NFL quarterback. And rather than swing his knee brace around in his right hand as he headed toward the locker room, he had his right arm draped around Justin Fields.

Photographers snapped photos of the quarterback duo. Reporters captured videos of them smiling and chatting as they walked into the stadium together.

A complete and total spectacle. Exactly what Ryan Day hoped. And things were just getting ramped up.

Even with Urban Meyer nowhere to be found, Ohio State managed to turn the spring game into what at times early in the afternoon felt like more a recruiting extravaganza and former player reunion than an actual football game. A seemingly endless supply of high-school prospects surrounded the field with dozens of NFL players.

Maximizing brand awareness is as important of a task as anything for a college football head coach at a powerhouse program. While everything on the field on Saturday was aimed at preparing the Buckeyes for the 2019 season, what was happening around it served to put the program in an advantageous position moving forward.

The tunnel in the south-east corner of Ohio Stadium served as a de facto red carpet of the stars – or, effectively, the four-stars and five-stars.

First came a trio of 2020 commits: five-star offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr., four-star cornerback Lejond Cavazos and four-star quarterback Jack Miller.

Johnson, the No. 4 overall prospect in his class, has worried Ohio State fans recently, taking a tour of the SEC complete with visits to Tennessee, Alabama, LSU and Georgia. But ever the showman, the towering lineman descended down the tunnel with Miller – the team’s quarterback of the future – and Cavazos, who committed to the Buckeyes for a second time on Friday evening.

Johnson has seemingly flirted with decommitting from Ohio State due to Meyer’s retirement, but he remains in the eight-player 2020 class. Miller, whose dad is friends with Meyer, committed to play for the Buckeyes in part due to the now-retired head coach, yet he remains in the class. Cavazos actually did decommit when Meyer announced his impending retirement, but Day helped bring him back into the fold.

Meyer wasn’t at Ohio Stadium on Saturday. But those three prospects were, and they opened the floodgates.

Cade Stover, a four-star linebacker signee from Lexington, made an appearance along with 2020 commit Jakob James, a three-star tackle from Cincinnati. Trey Leroux, a three-star tackle from Norwalk, took the walk into the stadium.

Darrion Henry, an uncommitted four-star defensive end from Cincinnati, ventured down the tunnel 10 minutes after Johnson, a fellow Cincinnatian, arrived.

More and more kept coming.

Five-star 2021 defensive end commit Jack Sawyer. Four-star 2021 defensive end target Najee Story. Four-star 2021 quarterback target Kyle McCord. Four-star 2020 wide receiver target LV Bunkley-Shelton. Four-star 2020 wide receiver target Marvin Harrison Jr. Four-star 2020 wide receiver commit Jaxon Smith-Njigba. Four-star 2021 offensive tackle target Donovan Jackson. Four-star 2021 wide receiver target Jayden Ballard. Five-star 2019 center signee Harry Miller. Four-star 2021 linebacker target Yanni Karlaftis. Four-star 2021 linebacker target Reid Carrico, who received an offer from the Buckeyes on Saturday before the spring game.

And that’s just a taste of the procession of prospects. They littered the field before the game. 

Darrion Henry

Sawyer and Henry stood on the grass to watch the defensive linemen warm up. Stover chatted up Sam Hubbard. Jack Miller walked onto the field with Haskins to stand with Justin Fields and Matthew Baldwin as they warmed up. 

All of them made the trip to Columbus to see the Buckeyes play their first game of the Day era, so Ohio State made sure they got a taste of star power by hosting as many former players as possible. 

During a timeout in the first half, a group of players from last year's team – Haskins, Dre'Mont Jones, Johnnie Dixon, Michael Jordan, Mike Weber, Terry McLaurin, Isaiah Prince and a few others – walked out to midfield to receive their part-Big Ten championship, part-Rose Bowl rings.

Braxton Miller, Ezekiel Elliott, Curtis Samuel, Malik Hooker, Ted Ginn Jr. and Michael Thomas brought the allure. A pair of recent first-round NFL draft picks – Marshon Lattimore and Denzel Ward – were accompanied by Pat Elflein, a former Rimington Trophy winner. Bobby Carpenter worked as Big Ten Network's sideline reporter, and Eddie George was the honorary team captain.

The Buckeyes might have had enough former players in attendance to consist of a full team, but they weren't there to take part in the game. Ohio State wanted them in Columbus to recruit, for their presence alone attracts future talent that hopes to be the next version of the pros.

"Mike Thomas came into my office yesterday and had a recruit in there, and he spent 15-20 minutes with us just talking about what that means and the NFL and the brotherhood that they have of Ohio State Buckeyes in the NFL, and then those guys coming back and supporting the guys who are here right now," Day said. "It's a special group. You can see it. When you go around, you go from guy to guy. It's not just former Buckeyes. It's NFL greats. It's former Buckeye great and All-Americans, all-conference players. It's just remarkable when you get around those guys, the excellence that you're around."

Before the game even finished, photos of recruits posing with former Ohio State players began to trickle out onto social media.

Meyer understood the recruiting game. Everything, including the spring game, became a recruiting showcase. Anything to get prospects interested while building the Ohio State football brand and either winning or preparing to win games.

Day followed Meyer's lead on Saturday. He invited former Buckeyes and top recruits to watch the current team, a formula with proven success.

Winning, ultimately, will determine where the program ends up. But in combining past, present and future, Day did what he could to make Ohio State a desirable program in his first game, even if it was just an exhibition.


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WILMORE, Ky. – The Asbury University softball team split their Saturday River States Conference (RSC) series with Cincinnati Christian at home. AU won the first game 6-5 but dropped the final game of the afternoon by a score of 12-2.

Asbury will be back in action on Monday as they host Hiwassee at 3 and 5 PM.

 

Game one

CCU took the first lead of the game in the top of the third after two scoreless innings. The Eagles scored two runs on two hits to hold a 2-0 advantage.

In the bottom of the third, Asbury responded with two runs to even up the game. Caitlyn Taylor's RBI single scored Madison Moss from second to make it 2-1, followed by another RBI single from Deanna Phillips, which scored Paige Hill to tie up the game.

Cincinnati Christian would retake the lead in the top of the fourth with one run scored on three hits in the inning.

However, AU broke through again in the bottom of the fourth with four runs on five hits all with two outs. Shauna McKain, Bree Sanders, and Paige Hill all reached safely on singles.

With the bases loaded, Taylor doubled to left to score both McKain and Sanders to give Asbury the lead 4-3. Phillips continued to have the hot bat as she brought both Hill and Taylor home off a two RBI double to leftfield.

CCU would tack on two more runs in the top of the fifth, but Asbury would not allow Cincinnati Christian to score again the remainder of the contest.

Ally Moore tossed the first four full innings of play and Deanna Phillips pitched the final three.

AU connected on 10 hits in total in the victory. Phillips finished the game 3-4 with two RBI and Taylor was 2-3 with a team-high three RBI.

Sanders also tabbed two hits in the win, while Bethany Marcum, Hill, and McKain collected one hit each.

 

Game two

Not much went well for the Eagles in the second game as they were unable to carry their momentum over from the first game.

CCU scored five runs in the first two innings and extended their lead out to 7-1 after three innings of play.

The Eagles added five runs in the sixth and seventh innings.

Paige Hill and Caitlyn Taylor collected RBI singles scoring Madison Moss for both of AU's runs.

Cincinnati Christian hit the ball well as a team and finished with 20 hits.


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Ciertas razas caninas, incluyendo las razas braquicefálicas (caras planas), Golden Retrievers y Labrador Retrievers especialmente, se encuentran genéticamente predispuestas a una condición extraña, pero potencialmente mortal, en la cual existe una conexión eléctrica adicional conocida como vía accesoria entre las cámaras superiores e inferiores (bombeo) del corazón.

Las vías accesorias son circuitos eléctricos anormales en el corazón que pueden activarse e interrumpir las vías normales de corriente eléctrica, lo que podría afectar gravemente la capacidad de bombeo del corazón.

Cuando las vías accesorias provocan que los impulsos eléctricos se desplacen a la inversa (de las cámaras inferiores a las superiores, en lugar de continuar su trayectoria normal de las superiores a las inferiores), se establece un gran circuito eléctrico dentro del corazón causando que los latidos sean demasiado acelerados.

La taquicardia (término médico utilizado para la frecuencia cardíaca acelerada) a la larga puede provocar una insuficiencia cardíaca congestiva o muerte súbita.

Técnica adoptada de la medicina humana que proporciona una cura

Ahora las buenas noticias. Un equipo de investigadores dirigido por la Dra. Kathy Wright, cardióloga veterinaria certificada, ha desarrollado un procedimiento mínimamente invasivo basado en un catéter llamado ablación con catéter por radiofrecuencia (RFCA, por sus siglas en inglés) que cura los ritmos anormales. La RFCA utiliza radiofrecuencia para destruir los circuitos maliciosos y permitir que se reanude la función normal del corazón.

La investigación fue financiada por Morris Animal Foundation y publicada en el Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine.

Esta técnica se modificó a partir de un procedimiento de cardiología humana y tiene una tasa de éxito superior al 95 % en el tratamiento de perros con este tipo de arritmia.

"Las vías atrioventriculares accesorias son una de las causas más comunes de los ritmos cardíacos acelerados en perros jóvenes”, mencionó la Dra. Wright a Science Daily, "y nos complació demostrar que pueden curarse con la ablación con catéter por radiofrecuencia. Y así, los perros pueden recuperar sus corazones y dejar de tomar todos los medicamentos en un período de tres meses, para luego continuar con sus vidas normales”.

Para dicho estudio, la Dra. Wright y sus colegas trataron a 89 perros con arritmia relacionada con vías accesorias. Aunque había 23 razas diferentes entre las 89, más de la mitad eran Labrador Retriever debido a su predisposición genética a este tipo particular de arritmia.

Los investigadores introdujeron un catéter en el corazón de cada perro a través del cual se enviaban ondas radiales a las vías accesorias. Después del procedimiento, los perros fueron monitoreados durante un periodo mínimo de 16 horas antes de que se les permitiera regresar a casa.

Dos meses después del procedimiento, se reevaluaron las condiciones de los perros y se curaron 86 de los 89 ejemplares. Los tres perros restantes se curaron con un segundo tratamiento de RFCA.

Signos de arritmia relacionada con vías accesorias

Dicha afección se observa con mayor frecuencia en perros jóvenes y de mediana edad, aunque se ha presentado en perros adultos de igual forma (mayores de 8 años). Cualquier raza puede verse afectada, pero casi la mitad de los casos reportados hasta ahora han involucrado a los Labrador Retrievers.

Los síntomas de la arritmia relacionada con las vías accesorias no son específicos, y aparecen en muchos otros trastornos, lo que hace que la condición sea más difícil de diagnosticar. Los síntomas incluyen: letargo que aparece y desaparece, y signos gastrointestinales (GI), como disminución del apetito y vómitos intermitentes durante los episodios de taquicardia.

Estos síntomas también son comunes en perros que se alimentan de manera indiscriminada, un grupo que incluye perros jóvenes y a los Labradores particularmente. Los síntomas pueden persistir o disminuir en cuestión de horas hasta aparecer nuevamente en algunos días o meses.

Consideraciones para el diagnóstico

Los desafíos para el diagnóstico incluyen el hecho de que este tipo de arritmia no es bien conocida entre los veterinarios. Además, el ritmo cardíaco canino a menudo vuelve a la normalidad al momento de llegar a la clínica veterinaria. Si la frecuencia cardíaca aumenta durante la evaluación, a menudo se le atribuye al dolor o a la deshidratación.

Según la Dra. Wright, la frecuencia cardíaca de un perro con taquicardia relacionada con vías accesorias es generalmente de 240 a 410 lpm, que es mucho más alta que la taquicardia sinusal causada por dolor o deshidratación, que generalmente es de 200 lpm o menor.

Asimismo, señala que los electrocardiogramas (ECG) de los perros con esta afección suelen ser normales cuando están en ritmo sinusal. El tipo de vías accesorias que tienen la mayoría de estos perros se encuentran ocultas, lo que significa que se disimulan en el ECG a menos de que en realidad se encuentren experimentando alguna taquicardia durante el procedimiento.

"Los perros con episodios frecuentes de taquicardia pueden desarrollar un debilitamiento muscular cardíaco e insuficiencia cardíaca congestiva", explica la Dra. Wright en un artículo para MedVet.

"Esto se diagnostica frecuentemente como la cardiomiopatía dilatada (DCM, por sus siglas en inglés) en un perro joven a uno de mediana edad, cuando en realidad es una cardiomiopatía inducida por taquicardia (TICM, por sus siglas en inglés) que es completamente reversible con el control de ritmo. Las razas predispuestas a vías accesorias y a la cardiomiopatía inducida por taquicardia cómo resultado, son las mismas razas que pueden desarrollar MCD idiopática, por lo que es importante distinguir estas dos condiciones”.

Según la Dra. Wright, la idea de que la arritmia relacionada con las vías accesorias a menudo se diagnostica erróneamente como cardiomiopatía dilatada en perros jóvenes y de mediana edad es toda una revelación, dadas todas las noticias en los últimos meses sobre el aumento de casos en los que se supone que es MCD en relación con la alimentación canina.

Recomendaciones para veterinarios sobre cómo diagnosticar vías accesorias

La Dra. Wright ofrece sugerencias a los veterinarios sobre cómo diagnosticar la arritmia relacionada con vías accesorias en su artículo de MedVet. Afirma que si bien se debe de realizar un estudio electrofisiológico (que involucra un catéter y requiere sedación) para un diagnóstico definitivo, es posible obtener pistas importantes con un ECG superficial

La Dra. recomienda utilizar la mayor cantidad de pistas posibles (idealmente de 6 a 12), y desde que la taquicardia es intermitente, también es importante registrar la actividad del corazón durante el mayor tiempo posible. Ella sugiere cambiarse a un monitor Holter, o a un ECG de 24 horas, si el ECG de referencia se muestra normal y no se logra identificar ninguna otra causa para los síntomas del perro. 

La Dra. Wright afirma que después de completar las pruebas de diagnóstico, es muy importante consultar a un cardiólogo veterinario. Ella ha colaborado felizmente con varios veterinarios que le han enviado ECGs, al igual que a su equipo para poder analizarlos.

Si una revisión del ECG muestra signos de disfunción en el bombeo cardiaco o insuficiencia cardíaca congestiva en un paciente joven o de mediana edad, el perro debe de examinarse cuidadosamente para detectar cualquier arritmia relacionada con las vías accesorias, así como la inflamación del músculo cardíaco antes de alcanzar el diagnóstico de Cardiopatía dilatada idiopática (causa desconocida).

"La buena noticia en todo esto", menciona la Dra. Wright, "es que podemos aliviar la taquicardia mediada por la vía accesoria y sus complicaciones resultantes a través de un procedimiento mínimamente invasivo basado en un catéter llamado radiofrecuencia de ablación por catéter o ablación cardíaca ".

La Dra. Wright y sus colegas colocan catéteres a través de los vasos periféricos en el corazón del perro en ubicaciones específicas, trazan un mapa de la vía accesoria y suministran energía de radiofrecuencia a la conexión eléctrica anormal, para destruirla. Hasta la fecha, el equipo ha realizado RFCA en más de 100 perros.

Después del procedimiento, los síntomas como vómitos, falta de apetito y letargo mejoran rápidamente. La función del músculo cardíaco mejora durante el primer mes, y puede continuar progresando hasta por seis meses. Los medicamentos para el corazón generalmente se suspenden un mes después del procedimiento.

A partir de este escrito, solo existen dos ubicaciones en los Estados Unidos que realizan este procedimiento. Una se encuentra en las instalaciones de MedVet en Cincinnati, donde se encuentra la Dra. Wright. Puedes obtener más información sobre dicho procedimiento y otros servicios de cardiología para perros y gatos visitando MedVet Cardiology.

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The Cincinnati Bearcats hired John Brannen to replace Mick Cronin, the school announced Sunday. Brannen spent the last four seasons with the Northern Kentucky Norse...
          UC hires basketball coach to replace Cronin      Comment   Translate Page      
The University of Cincinnati has reached just across the Ohio River for its next men's basketball head coach, hiring local native John Brannen from Northern Kentucky University to replace Mick Cronin. Brannen was 81-51 in four seasons at NKU and took the Norse to the NCAA tournament in two of its three seasons of eligibility after rising from Division II to Division I. The Norse went to the NIT in 2018, giving NKU the most postseason success in the first three seasons of Division I eligibility of…


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