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APRIL 1….EARLHAM BASEBALL VS. FRANKLIN…12:00PM AND 4:00PM
APRIL 4….EARLHAM BASEBALL VS. BLUFFTON..4:15PM
APRIL 12….RICHMOND BASEBALL VS. MUNCIE CENTRAL…6:00PM
APRIL 15….RICHMOND BASEBALL VS. NEW CASTLE 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
APRIL 19…RICHMOND BASEBALL VS. ANDERSON…6:00PM
APRIL 25….EARLHAM BASEBALL VS. BLUFFTON…4:15PM
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Pitcher Phil Niekro holds the record for having the most wins without ever appearing in a World Series (318). He played 24 seasons, mostly with the Braves.
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1896: James B. Connolly, a student at Harvard, won the “hop, skip and jump” competition-soon renamed the triple jump-to claim the initial gold medal of the first modern Olympic Games in Athens.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State baseball team dropped a Saturday doubleheader against Minnesota at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. The Buckeyes lost, 15-5, in game one before dropping game two by a score of 6-5. With the losses, the Scarlet and Gray fall to...read more
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IU RELEASE Bloomington, Indiana - Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced today that Archie Miller has been named the head men's basketball coach for Indiana University. Widely regarded as one of the best young...read more
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IHSAA RELEASE A record-setting defensive effort paved the way for another record, leading Frankton to its first-ever boys basketball state title. The Eagles came up with 19 steals – an all-class championship game record – leading to a 60-32 win over Crawford County....read more
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IBCA PRESS RELEASE Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway "Supreme 15" All-State honors for 2016-17. For the third year, the IBCA also named Large School All-State teams (15 seniors, 16 underclass because of a tie) and Small...read more
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LEXINGTON, Ky. - In every loss there is an opportunity. The top-seeded Notre Dame women's basketball team lost All-American Brianna Turner for the season to a knee injury in its NCAA second round win over Purdue. While the Irish would obviously rather have the rangy...read more
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State baseball team fell in its 2017 Big Ten opener, 5-2, against Minnesota Friday night in front of a crowd of 2,341 fans at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. With the loss, the Buckeyes fall to 9-12 overall and 0-1 in Big Ten play,...read more
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2017 RICHMOND BASEBALL SCHEDULE
March 28….vs. Hagerstown
March 31….vs. Greenfield Central
April 1….vs. Franklin County
April 4….vs. Connersville
April 6….@ Yorktown
April 8….@ Marion
April 11….@ Muncie Central
April 12….vs. Muncie Central
April 15….vs. New Castle
April 18….@ Anderson
April 19….vs. Anderson
April 22….@ Northview
April 25….@ Indy Tech
April 26….vs. Indy Tech
April 27….vs. Lincoln
May 1….@ Shenandoah
May 4….@ Union County
May 6….NCC Tournament
May 10….vs. Monroe Central
May 13….NCC Tournament
May 15….@ Pendleton Heights
May 19….Hausteter Classic
May 20….Hausteter Classic
CINCINNATI REDS APRIL/MAY SCHEDULE (All games on 700 WLW)
Tuesday, April 3 vs. Philadelphia 4:10
Wednesday, April 5 vs. Philadelphia 7:10
Thursday, April 6 vs. Philadelphia 12:35
Friday, April 7 at St. Louis 8:15
Saturday, April 8 at St. Louis 2:15
Sunday, April 9 at St. Louis 2:15
Monday, April 10 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Tuesday, April 11 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Wednesday, April 12 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Thursday, April 13 vs. Milwaukee 7:10
Friday, April 14 vs. Milwaukee 7:10
Saturday, April 15 vs. Milwaukee 1:10
Sunday, April 16 vs. Milwaukee 1:10
Tuesday, April 18 vs. Baltimore 7:10
Wednesday, April 19 vs. Baltimore 7:10
Thursday, April 20 vs. Baltimore 7:10
Friday, April 21 vs. Chicago Cubs 7:10
Saturday, April 22 vs. Chicago Cubs 1:10
Sunday, April 23 vs. Chicago Cubs 1:10
Monday, April 24 at Milwaukee 7:40
Tuesday, April 25 at Milwaukee 7:40
Wednesday, April 26 at Milwaukee 1:40
Friday, April 28 at St. Louis 8:15
Saturday, April 29 at St. Louis 2:15
Sunday, April 30 at St. Louis 2:15
Monday, May 1 vs. Pittsburgh 7:10
Tuesday, May 2 vs. Pittsburgh 7:10
Wednesday, May 3 vs. Pittsburgh 7:10
Thursday, May 4 vs. Pittsburgh 12:35
Friday, May 5 vs. San Francisco 6:40
Saturday, May 6 vs. San Francisco 7:10
Sunday, May 7 vs. San Francisco 4:10
Monday, May 8 vs. New York Yankees 7:10
Tuesday, May 9 vs. New York Yankees 7:10
Tuesday, May 11 at San Francisco 10:15
Friday, May 12 at San Francisco 10:15
Saturday, May 13 at San Francisco 4:05
Sunday, May 14 at San Francisco 4:05
Tuesday, May 16 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Wednesday a 17th at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Thursday, May 18 at Chicago Cubs 2:20
Friday, May 18 vs. Colorado 7:10
Saturday, May 20 vs. Colorado 4:10
Sunday, May 21 vs. Colorado 1:10
Monday, May 22 vs. Cleveland 7:10
Tuesday, May 23 vs. Cleveland 7:10
Wednesday, May 24 at Cleveland 6:10
Thursday, May 25 at Cleveland 6:10
Friday, May 26 at Philadelphia 7:05
Saturday, May 27 at Philadelphia 4:05
Sunday, May 28 at Philadelphia 1:35
Monday, May 29 at Toronto 7:07
Monday, May 29 at Toronto 7:07
Tuesday, May 30 at Toronto 7:07
Wednesday, May 31 at Toronto 12:37
- 1876 – Glasgow hosts first soccer match between Scotland and Wales (4-0).
- 1889 – First Test Cricket match played at Newlands, Cape Town versus England.
- 1907 – Stanley Cup: Montréal Wanderers lose to Kenora Thistles but outscore them in two game set but outscore them 12-8 and win cup.
- 1910 – Chalmers Auto Company offers a new car to each leagues’ batting champion.
- 1916 – Heavyweight Jess Willard and Franc Moran fight to no decision in 10 rounds for boxing title (New York City, New York).
- 1924 – Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens (NHL) sweep Calgary Tigers (WCHL) in two games (second of 1924).
- 1934 – First Golf Masters Championship: Horton Smith wins, shooting a 284.
- 1936 – Detroit Red Wings beat Montréal Maroons 1-0 in NHL longest game (2 hours 56 minutes 30 seconds; 9 periods).
- 1937 – It is revealed Quaker Oats pays baseball player Babe Ruth $25,000 per year for ads.
- 1937 – Lionel Conacher misses on first NHL Stanley Cup penalty shot.
- 1938 – First US-bred horse (Battleship) to win Grand National Steeplechase.
- 1947 – 9th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Holy Cross beats Oklahoma 58-47.
- 1947 – Last day of Test cricket for Walter Hammond (versus New Zealand, Christchurch).
- 1957 – NBA modifies the free-throw rule.
- 1958 – Sugar Ray Robinson is first boxing champion to win five times.
- 1959 – Bill White traded to Saint Louis Cardinals for pitchers Sam Jones and Don Choate.
- 1960 – Ford Frick voids Cleveland Indians-Boston Red Sox deal as Sam White retires.
- 1961 – 23rd NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Cincinnati beats Ohio State 70-65 (overtime).
- 1961 – Third place game is one of the wildest contests in NCAA Tournament history as Saint Joseph’s defeats Utah 127-120 in four overtimes.
- 1967 – 29th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Dayton 79-64.
- 1967 – UCLA wins its third national basketball championship in four years.
- 1971 – Boston Patriots become New England Patriots.
- 1972 – 34th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Florida 81-76; UCLA’s 6th consecutive national basketball title.
- 1972 – Bobby Hull becomes the second NHL player to score 600 goals.
- 1973 – Carol Mann wins LPGA Sears Women’s Golf Classic.
- 1979 – Major riot at Bourda prevents day’s play in WSC Supertest.
- 1979 – Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Sahara National Pro-Am Golf Tournament.
- 1982 – Wayne Gretzky becomes first NHL player to score 200 points in a season.
- 1983 – Pavel Pegov skates world record 1000 metre (1:12.58).
- 1983 – Christa Rothenburger skates world record 500 metre ladies (39.69 seconds).
- 1984 – Betsy King wins LPGA Women’s Kemper Golf Open.
- 1990 – Pat Bradley wins LPGA Standard Register Turquoise Golf Classic.
- 1991 – Allan Border takes 5-68 versus West Indies at Bourda, Georgetown.
- 1992 – Imran Khan scores 72 and takes 1-43 off 6 2 overs in last ODI.
- 1992 – Pakistan defeats England by 22 runs to win World Cup.
- 1994 – Gunda Niemann skates ladies world record 3 km (4:09.32).
- 1994 – Yasunori Miyabe skates world record 1000 metre (1:12.37).
- 1995 – Boxer Mike Tyson released from jail after serving three years.
- 1996 – World Ice Dance Championship in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, won by Gritshuk and Platov (Russia).
- 1996 – World Ice Pairs Figure Skating Championship in Edmonton won by Eltsova and Bushkov (Russia).
- 1996 – World Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Edmonton won by Michelle Kwan (USA).
- 1996 – World Men’s Figure Skating Championship in Edmonton won by Todd Eldredge (USA).
- 1997 – Cleveland Indians trade Lofton and Embree to Atlanta Braves for Grissom and Justice.
- 2007 – Ozeki Hakuho clinches the Emperor’s Cup at the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament (Haru Basho) in Osaka, Japan.
- 2008 – The American Major League Baseball Season opens, with the Boston Red Sox beating Oakland Athletics 6-5 in Japan.
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NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL-SWEET 16
North Carolina 92 Butler 80
South Carolina 70 Baylor 50
Kentucky 86 UCLA 75
Florida 84 Wisconsin 83 OT
NCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL-SWEET 16
Notre Dame 99 Ohio State 76
Mississippi State 75 Washington 64
Stanford 77 Texas 66
Baylor 97 Louisville 63
Denver 125 Indiana 117
Orlando 115 Detroit 87
Washington 129 Brooklyn 108
Cleveland 112 Charlotte 105
Boston 130 Phoenix 120
Philadelphia 117 Chicago 107
Houston 117 New Orleans 107
Milwaukee 100 Atlanta 97
Golden State 114 Sacramento 100
LA Lakers 130 Minnesota 119 OT
NY Islanders 4 Pittsburgh 3
Tampa Bay 2 Detroit 1
Dallas 6 San Jose 1
Anaheim 3 Winnipeg 1
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-SPRING TRAINING
Oakland 8 Chicago White Sox 2
Texas 4 San Diego 3
Cleveland 4 Chicago Cubs 2
Cincinnati 12 Milwaukee 11
LA Dodgers 13 Arizona 6
Seattle 4 Kansas City 3
San Francisco 6 Colorado 5
Detroit 3 Atlanta 2
NY Yankees 3 Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 3 Washington 1
Pittsburgh 4 Tampa Bay 0
Toronto 3 Boston 2
Houston 2 NY Mets 0
LA Angels 4 Seattle 0
Detroit 3 Atlanta 2
NY Yankees 3 Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 2 Washington 1
Pittsburgh 4 Tampa Bay 0
Toronto 3 Boston 2
Houston 2 NY Mets 0
Baltimore 5 Minnesota 5
Miami 3 Washington 0
UPCOMING PACERS SCHEDULE
Sunday March 26 vs. Philadelphia 6:00
Tuesday March 28 vs. Minnesota 7:00
Wednesday March 29 at Memphis 8:00
Friday March 31 at Toronto 7:00
Sunday April 2 at Cleveland 6:00
Tuesday April 4 vs. Toronto 7:00
Thursday April 6 vs. Milwaukee 7:00
Saturday April 8 at Orlando 6:00
Monday April 10 at Philadelphia 7:00
Wednesday April 12 vs. Atlanta 8:00
- 1868 – Birth of Bill Lockwood; cricket player (England all-rounder in 12 Tests 1893-1902).
- 1878 – Birth of Henry graaf de Baillet-Latour; Belgian President of International Olympic Committee (1925-42).
- 1909 – Birth of Dutch (Emil) Leonard; baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox, 1.01 ERA 1914).
- 1926 – Birth of Laszlo Papp in Hungary; Olympics boxer (gold-1948, 1952, 1956).
- 1927 – Birth of Leslie Claudius in India; field hockey (Olympics-gold-1948, 1952, 1956).
- 1931 – Birth of Bohumil Golián in Czechoslovakia; volleyball player (Olympics-bronze-1968).
- 1943 – Birth of Pavel Lednev in USSR; pentathlete (Olympics-gold-1980).
- 1944 – Birth of Ross Duncan; cricket player (one Test Australia versus England 1971, 0-30).
- 1953 – Birth of Haroon Rashid; cricket player (Pakistani and WSC batsman late 1970s).
- 1956 – Birth of Sonia M Lannaman in England; 4X100 metre relayer (Olympics-bronze-1980).
- 1958 – Birth of María Caridad in Colón, Cuba; javelin thrower, (Olympics-gold-1980).
- 1958 – Birth of Yograj Singh; cricket player (Indian pace bowler early 1980s).
- 1961 – Birth of Mark David Brooks in Fort Worth, Texas, USA; PGA golfer (1994 Kemper Open).
- 1964 – Birth of Eric Woods in California, USA; Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Xerox British Columbia Open).
- 1964 – Birth of Ken Wregget in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada; NHL goalie (Pittsburgh Penguins).
- 1965 – Birth of Avery Johnson; NBA guard (San Antonio Spurs).
- 1966 – Birth of David Hohl in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; freestyle wrestler (Olympics-9-1992, 1996).
- 1966 – Birth of Jeff Cross; NFL defensive end (Miami Dolphins).
- 1966 – Birth of Tom Glavine in Concord, Massachusetts, USA; pitcher (Atlanta Braves, Cy Young 1991).
- 1967 – Birth of Debi Thomas; American figure skater (Olympics-bronze-1988).
- 1967 – Birth of Takayuki Miura; hockey defenseman (Team Japan 1998).
- 1968 – Birth of Dixon Edwards; NFL linebacker (Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings).
- 1968 – Birth of Errol Martin; Canadian Football League linebacker (Edmonton Eskimos).
- 1968 – Birth of Peter Blackburn in Australia; badminton player (Olympics-1996).
- 1969 – Birth of Dale Davis; NBA forward (Indiana Pacers).
- 1969 – Birth of Dan Wilson in Arlington Height, Illinois, USA; catcher (Seattle Mariners).
- 1969 – Birth of Guy Newman; Australian water polo goalie (Olympics-1996).
- 1969 – Birth of Scott Sanders in Hannibal, Missouri, USA; pitcher (San Diego Padres).
- 1970 – Birth of Shawn Antoski in Brantford, Ontario, Canada; NHL left wing (Philadelphia Flyers).
- 1971 – Birth of Aashish Kapoor; cricket player (Indian off-spin batsman 1994-).
- 1971 – Birth of Andre Bolduc; Canadian Football League slot back (Edmonton Eskimos).
- 1971 – Birth of Cammi Granato; ice hockey forward (USA, Olympics-1998).
- 1971 – Birth of Perry Klein; NFL quarterback (Atlanta Falcons).
- 1971 – Birth of Sheryl Swoopes in Lubbock, Texas, USA; WNBA forward (Houston Comets, Olympics-gold-1996).
- 1972 – Birth of Demet Edwards; WLAF defensive tackle (Barcelona Dragons).
- 1972 – Birth of Howard Battle in Biloxi, Mississippi, USA; infielder (Philadelphia Phillies).
- 1972 – Birth of Lawrence Moten; NBA guard (Vancouver Grizzlies).
- 1973 – Birth of Andrei Nikolishin in Vorkuta, Russia; NHL center (Hartford Whalers).
- 1973 – Birth of Bob Sura; NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers).
- 1973 – Birth of Ray Zellars; NFL fullback (New Orleans Saints).
- 1974 – Birth of Mike Adams; wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers).
- 1974 – Birth of Vyninka Arlow in Australia; diver (Olympics-1996).
- 1975 – Birth of Miguel Mejia San Pedro de Macoris; outfielder (Saint Louis Cardinals).