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JANUARY 25….EARLHAM MENS BASKETBALL VS. TRANSYLVANIA….7:30PM

JANUARY 27….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT HARRISON….7:30PM

JANUARY 27….TEC BOYS BASKETBALL..NORTHEASTERN AT LINCOLN..7:30PM

JANUARY 28….EARLHAM MENS BASKETBALL VS. FRANKLIN….2:00PM

JANUARY 28….EARLHAM WOMENS BASKETBALL VS. FRANKLIN….4:00PM

JANUARY 28….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT WINCHESTER….7:30PM

FEBRUARY 1….EARLHAM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL VS. DEFIANCE….7:30PM

FEBRUARY 2….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS ANDERSON….7:30PM

FEBRUARY 2….TEC BOYS..HAGERSTOWN AT NORTHEASTERN….7:30PM

FEBRUARY 8….EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. ROSE HULMAN…7:30PM

FEBRUARY 10….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL AT KOKOMO….8:00PM

FEBRUARY 10….RICHMOND BOYS BASKETBALL VS. LOGANSPORT….7:30PM

FEBRUARY 14….SETON BOYS BASKETBALL VS. TRI….7:30PM

FEBRUARY 15….EARLHAM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL VS. BLUFFTON….7:30PM

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William Arthur Ward 

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AP WOMEN’S BASKETBALL POLL 1. Connecticut 18 – 0 2. Baylor 19 – 1 3. Maryland 19 – 1 4. Mississippi State 20 – 0 5. South Carolina 16 – 1 6. Florida State 19 – 2 7. Washington 19 – 2 8. Notre Dame 18 – 3 9. Louisville 18 – 4 10. Stanford 17 – 3 11. Oregon State 18 – 2...

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Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics Athletes of the Week Kelsey Mitchell, women's basketball Mitchell scored 46 points in two games last week to help the Buckeyes pick up two Big Ten wins. Against Wisconsin, she scored 24 points on 8-of-17 shooting,...

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Yes, it's time to start thinking baseball. Just to get you warmed up, here are the reporting dates for pitchers and catchers and full squad: Atlanta Braves: Wednesday, Feb. 15 | Saturday, Feb. 18 Baltimore Orioles: Tuesday, Feb. 14 | Friday, Feb. 17 Boston Red Sox:...

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Co-Player of the Week Brionna Jones, Maryland C – Sr. – Havre de Grace, Md. – Aberdeen • Averaged 18.0 points, 11.5 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game with a .708 field-goal percentage and two double-doubles in Maryland’s two Big Ten wins last week • Registered 25...

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Co-Players of the Week James Blackmon, Jr., Indiana G – Jr. – 6-4 – Marion, Ind. – Marion Averaged 25.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game in leading the Hoosiers to a road win at Penn State, and home victory against Michigan State Scored 17 points, pulled...

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THE TOP 5 FAVORITES TO WIN THE 2017 HEISMAN TROPHY

QB LAMAR JACKSON, LOUISVILLE

QB BAKER MAYFIELD, OKLAHOMA

RB BO SCARBROUGH, ALABAMA

RB SAM DARNOLD, USC

RB DERRIUS GUICE, LSU

 

THE TOP 10 SUPER BOWL TEAMS (WINS)

PITTSBURGH 6

DALLAS 5

SAN FRANCISCO 5

GREEN BAY 4

NEW ENGLAND 4

NY GIANTS 4

OAKLAND 3

DENVER 3

WASHINGTON 3

BALTIMORE 2

INDIANAPOLIS 2 (1 IN BALTIMORE)

MIAMI 2

 

AN EARLY LOOK AT 2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOP 25

  1. Alabama
  2. Ohio State
  3. Florida State
  4. Penn State
  5. USC
  6. Oklahoma
  7. Washington
  8. Clemson
  9. Wisconsin
  10. Michigan
  11. Oklahoma State
  12. LSU
  13. Georgia
  14. Auburn
  15. Louisville
  16. Florida
  17. Tennessee
  18. Kansas State
  19. Stanford
  20. Texas
  21. Oregon
  22. South Florida
  23. West Virginia
  24. Notre Dame
  25. Miami

PRO BOWL

SUNDAY JANUARY 28

AFC VS. NFC 8:00

 

SUPER BOWL

FEBRUARY 5

ATLANTA VS. NEW ENGLAND (HOUSTON)

 

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL – TUESDAY

Auburn at South Carolina

Bowling Green at Central Michigan

Buffalo at Miami Ohio

Toledo at Ohio

Rutgers at Maryland

Purdue at Michigan State

Toledo at Ohio

St. Joseph’s at St. Bonaventure

Louisville at Pittsburgh

Akron at Western Michigan

Kansas at West Virginia

Southern Illinois at Wichita State

Duchesne at Davidson

Kent State at Northern Illinois

Villanova at Marquette

Virginia at Notre Dame

Drake at Missouri State

Arkansas at Vanderbilt

Wake Forest at Syracuse

Ball State at Eastern Michigan

San Diego State at Air Force

Tulane at Houston

Kansas State at Iowa State

Penn State at Wisconsin

Kentucky at Tennessee

Utah State at New Mexico

1950 – Jackie Robinson signs highest contract (US$35,000) in Brooklyn Dodgers’ history.

RHS BOYS B-BALL

November 17… Rushville (Scrimmage)

November 23…. Indianapolis Howe

November 26…. Jay County

December 2….. At North Central

December 3….. At East Central

December 9…. Marion

December 16…. At Indianapolis Tech

December 17…. Connersville

December 21…. Indy Central Christian

December 27….10th Annual Wettig

December 28….10th Annual Wettig

December 29….10th Annual Wettig

January 6…. New Castle

January 7…. McCutcheon

January 13…. At Muncie Central

January 20…. At Shelbyville

January 21…. Belmont, OH

January 27…. At Harrison

January 28…. At Winchester

February 2…. Anderson

February 10…. At Kokomo

February 11…. Logansport

February 17…. Lafayette Jeff

February 24…. Fort Wayne Wayne

RHS GIRLS BASKETBALL

November 4….Indianapolis Home School

November 11…. At Anderson

November 12…. East Central

November 15…. At New Castle

November 19…. At Logansport

November 26…. Muncie Central

November 29…. At Rushville

December 3…. Union City

December 6…. At Franklin County

December 16…. At Indianapolis Tech

December 22/23… At Greenfield tournament

January 3…. National Trail

January 6…. At Marion

January 7… McCutcheon

January 10….Connersville

January 14….Harrison

January 17…. Mount Vernon

January 20… at Kokomo

January 21….Lafayette Jeff

January 24…. At Jay County

January 31 – February 4…. Sectionals

2017 INDIANA BASEBALL SCHEDULE

February 17 vs. Gonzaga @ Surprise, Arizona

February 18 vs. Duke @ Surprise, Arizona

February 19 vs. Gonzaga @ Surprise, Arizona

February 20 vs. Oregon State @ Surprise, Arizona

February 24 at Florida Atlantic

February 25 at Florida Atlantic

February 26 at Florida Atlantic

March 1 at Cincinnati

March 3 at Samford

March 4 at Samford

March 5 at Samford

March 7 at Evansville

March 10 Middle Tennessee

March 11 Middle Tennessee

March 12 Middle Tennessee

March 15 at Hawaii

March 16 at Hawaii

March 17 at Hawaii

March 18 Hawaii

March 22 Cincinnati

March 24 at Northwestern

March 25 at Northwestern

March 26 at Northwestern

March 28 Evansville

March 29 Indiana State

March 31 Nebraska

April 1 Nebraska

April 2 Nebraska

April 4 Ball State

April 7 at Purdue

April 8 at Purdue

April 9 at Purdue

April 11 at Indiana State

April 14 Minnesota

April 15 Minnesota

April 16 Minnesota

April 19 Butler

April 21 at Michigan

April 22 at Michigan

April 23 at Michigan

April 25 Ball State at Indianapolis

April 28 Maryland

April 29 Maryland

April 30 Maryland

May 5 Xavier

May 6 Xavier

May 7 Xavier

May 9 at Kentucky

May 12 Penn State

May 13 Penn State

May 14 Penn State

May 16 Louisville

May 18 at Ohio State

May 19 at Ohio State

May 20 at Ohio State

May 24 through May 28 Big Ten tournament at Bloomington

2017 PURDUE BASEBALL SCHEDULE

February 17 at Texas State

February 18 at Texas State 2

February 19 at Texas State

February 24 at Arkansas Little Rock

February 25 at Arkansas Little Rock

February 26 at Arkansas Little Rock

March 3 at Southeast Missouri State

March 4 at Southeast Missouri State

March 5 at Southeast Missouri State

March 10 at Cal State Northridge

March 11 at Cal State Northridge

March 12 at Cal State Northridge

March 13 at Cal State Northridge

March 16 at Santa Clara

March 17th at Santa Clara

March 18 at Santa Clara 2

March 22 at Ball State

March 24 at Iowa

March 25 at Iowa

March 26 at Iowa

March 28 Kent State

March 29 Valparaiso

March 31 at Ohio State

April 1 at Ohio State

April 2 at Ohio State

April 4 Indiana State

April 7 Indiana

April 8 Indiana

April 9 Indiana

April 11 at Louisville

April 14 at Rutgers

April 15 at Rutgers

April 16 at Rutgers

April 18 Ball State

April 19 at Indiana State

April 21 Illinois

April 22 Illinois

April 23 Illinois

April 26 at Fort Wayne

April 28 St. Louis

April 29 St. Louis

April 30 St. Louis

May 5 Northwestern

May 6 the Northwestern

May 7 Northwestern

May 9 at Valparaiso

May 10 Butler

May 12 Michigan

May 13 Michigan

May 14 Michigan

May 16 Fort Wayne at Kokomo

May 18 at Minnesota

May 19 at Minnesota

May 20 at Minnesota

EARLHAM BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Saturday, March 4 at Sewanee (2)….12:00 and 3:00

Sunday, March 5 at Sewanee….12:00

Wednesday, March 8 vs. Olivet….3:30

Sunday, March 12 vs. Oberlin….12:00 and 3:30

Wednesday, March 15 vs. Heidelberg….4:00

Saturday, March 18 vs. Wilmington….1:00 and 3:30pm

Sunday, March 19 vs. Wilmington….12:00

Wednesday, March 22 vs. Wittenberg….4:00

Friday, March 24 at Rose Hulman….6:00

Saturday, March 25 at Rose-Hulman….12:00 and 3:00

Tuesday, March 28 vs. Bluffton….4:15

Friday, March 31 vs. Franklin….4:15

Saturday, April 1 vs. Franklin….12:00 and 3:30

Tuesday, April 4 vs. Bluffton….4:15

Friday, April 7 at Manchester…. 4:15

Saturday, April 8 at Manchester…. 12:00 and 3:30

Tuesday, April 11 at Mount St. Joseph….6:00

Friday, April 14 at Defiance….4:15

Saturday, April 15 at Defiance….12:00 and 3:00

Tuesday, April 18 at Mount St. Joseph….6:00

Wednesday, April 19 at Wabash….4:00

Friday, April 21 at Anderson….4:00

Saturday, April 22 at Anderson….12:00 and 3:00

Tuesday, April 25 vs. Bluffton….4:15

Wednesday, April 26 at Wittenberg….6:00

Friday, April 28 vs. Transylvania….4:15

Saturday, April 29 vs. Transylvania….12:00 and 3:30

Tuesday, May 2 vs. Mount St. Joseph….4:00

Thursday, April 4 vs. Hanover….5:00

Friday, April 5 vs. Hanover….12:00 and 3:30

MONDAY  JANUARY 23

NBA SCOREBOARD

Washington 109 Charlotte 99

LA Clippers 115 Atlanta 105

Sacramento 109 Detroit 104

Miami 105 Golden State 102

San Antonio 112 Brooklyn 86

New Orleans 124 Cleveland 122

New York 109 Indiana 103

Milwaukee 127 Houston 114

Oklahoma City 97 Utah 95

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

#3 Gonzaga 83 Portland 64

North Carolina State 84 #17 Duke 82

Oklahoma State 89 TCU 76

Texas 84 Oklahoma 83

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

#5 South Carolina 64 #4 Mississippi State 61

Indiana 72 Penn State 66

NHL SCOREBOARD

NY Rangers 3 Los Angeles 2

Washington 6 Carolina 1

Toronto 4 Calgary 1

Anaheim 3 Winnipeg 2

San Jose 5 Colorado 2

Arizona 3 Florida 2

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL – NCC/AREA

Winchester 67 Northeastern 25

Randolph Southern 48 Cowan 35

UPCOMING PACERS SCHEDULE

Thursday January 26 @ Minnesota 8:00

Friday January 27 vs. Sacramento 7:00

Sunday January 29 vs. Houston 6:00

Wednesday February 1 vs. Orlando 7:00

Friday February 3 at Brooklyn 7:30

Saturday February 4 vs. Detroit 7:00

Monday February 6 vs. Oklahoma City 7:00

Wednesday February 8 vs. Cleveland 7:00

Friday February 10 at Washington 8:00

  • 1900 – Newcastle Badminton Club, world’s oldest, forms in England.
  • 1901 – First games played in US baseball’s American League.
  • 1930 – J E Mills scores 117 on Test Cricket debut, New Zealand versus England, Wellington.
  • 1930 – Stewie Dempster scores New Zealand’s first cricket Test century.
  • 1939 – Eddie Collins, Willie Keeler and George Sisler elected to Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • 1947 – NFL adds fifth official (back judge) and allows sudden death in playoffs.
  • 1948 – Australia all out 674 versus India (Donald Bradman 201, Hassett 198*).
  • 1950 – Jackie Robinson signs highest contract (US$35,000) in Brooklyn Dodgers’ history.
  • 1952 – First NFL team in Texas, Dallas Texans, formerly New York Yankees.
  • 1954 – BPAA All-Star Tournament won by Don Carter.
  • 1954 – Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Tampa Women’s Golf Open.
  • 1962 – Mickey Wright/Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Naples Pro-Am Golf Tournament.
  • 1964 – CBS purchases 1964 and 1965 NFL TV rights for US$28.2 million.
  • 1970 – Third ABA All-Star Game: West 128 beats East 98 at Indiana.
  • 1970 – Valeri Muratov skates world record 500m (38.99 seconds).
  • 1971 – NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 27-6 (first Pro Bowl after NFL-AFL merger).
  • 1973 – Warren Spahn is elected to Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • 1976 – Cleveland Cavaliers’ biggest margin victory-43 points (beat Milwaukee Bucks 132-89).
  • 1976 – George Foreman knocks out Ron Lyle in 5th round of a real slugfest.
  • 1978 – 31st NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 3-2 (overtime) at Buffalo, New York.
  • 1980 – Nelson Doubleday and Fred Wilpon purchase the New York Mets for an estimated US$21.1 million. The price tag is the highest amount ever paid for a baseball franchise.
  • 1981 – New York Islanders score five power play goals against Quebec Nordiques.
  • 1981 – Kim Hughes scores 213 versus India at Adelaide.
  • 1982 – Super Bowl XVI at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan: San Francisco 49ers beat Cincinnati Bengals, 26-21; Most Valuable Player: Joe Montana, Quarterback.
  • 1984 – The ABC network agreed to pay a record US$386 million for US TV rights to the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics.
  • 1986 – New York Islanders’ Mike Bossy scores his 1,000th point.
  • 1987 – 61st Australian Women’s Tennis: H Mandlikova beat M Navratilova (7-5, 7-6).
  • 1988 – 76th Australian Men’s Tennis: M Wilander beats P Cash (6-3, 6-7, 3-6, 6-1, 8-6).
  • 1988 – Australia beats New Zealand 2-0 to win the World Series Cup.
  • 1993 – US male Figure Skating championship won by Scott Davis.
  • 2006 – Outfielder Jay Gibbons and the Baltimore Orioles agree to a US$21.1 million, four-year deal.
  • 2006 – Mario Lemieux announces his retirement from the National Hockey League.
  • 2008 – The Board of Control for Cricket in India announces it has sold eight ten-year franchises in the Indian Premier League for a total of US$723 million.
  • 1912 – Birth of Ken Weekes; cricket player (West Indies batsman versus England 1939, 137 at The Oval).
  • 1916 – Birth of Vic Stollmeyer; cricket player (brother of Jeff Scored 96 in only Test innings).
  • 1947 – Birth of Giorgio Chinaglia; soccer star (Lazio of Italy, New York Cosmos).
  • 1955 – Birth of James Montgomery; American 100m swimmer (Olympics-3 gold-1976).
  • 1958 – Birth of Frank Ullrich in German Democratic Republic; world biathlon champion.
  • 1962 – Birth of Sultan Zarawani; cricket player (United Arab Emirates captain 1996 World Cup).
  • 1964 – Birth of Rob Dibble in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA; pitcher (Cincinnati Reds).
  • 1964 – Birth of Ronnie McCann in Evander, South Africa; Nike golfer (1993 Hawkeye-37th).
  • 1965 – Birth of Ross MacDonald in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; star yachter (Olympics-1996).
  • 1966 – Birth of Kim Saiki in Inglewood, California, USA; golfer (1994 Standard Register PING-13th).
  • 1966 – Birth of Mike Forgeron in Main-A-Dieu, Nova Scotia, Canada; rower (Olympics-1996).
  • 1967 – Birth of Åsa Maria Sandell; Swedish journalist and professional super middleweight boxer.
  • 1967 – Birth of Chris Warren; NFL running back (Seattle Seahawks).
  • 1967 – Birth of Shannon Butler in South Lake Tahoe, California, USA; 10km runner.
  • 1968 – Birth of Mark Burmester; cricket player (Zimbabwe Test all-rounder in three Tests 1992).
  • 1968 – Birth of Mary Lou Retton in Fairmont, West Virginia, USA; gymnast (Olympics-gold/2 silver/2 bronze-1984).
  • 1968 – Birth of Ross Powell; US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros).
  • 1968 – Birth of Scott Mercier in Harbor City, California, USA; cyclist (Olympics-1996).
  • 1969 – Birth of Louise McPaul; Australian javelin thrower (Olympics-silver-1992, 1996).
  • 1970 – Birth of Chris Bartolone; hockey defenseman (Team Italy 1998).
  • 1971 – Birth of Cory Bailey; US baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox).
  • 1971 – Birth of Joe Panos; NFL guard/center (Philadelphia Eagles).
  • 1971 – Birth of John Reece; WLAF/NFL cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals, Dallas Cowboys).
  • 1972 – Birth of Jay Walker; quarterback (Minnesota Vikings).
  • 1972 – Birth of Joe Garten; WLAF center (Frankfurt Galaxy).
  • 1972 – Birth of Raphael Graetz; WLAF linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy).
  • 1972 – Birth of Salima Davidson in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; volleyball setter (Olympics-1996).
  • 1972 – Birth of Shannon Garrett; Canadian Football League defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
  • 1973 – Birth of Erik Gervais in Valleyfield, Québec, Canada; kayaker (Olympics-1996).
  • 1973 – Birth of Chris Ferraro in Port Jefferson, New York, USA; NHL right wing (Olympics-1994, New York Rangers).
  • 1973 – Birth of Peter Ferraro in Port Jefferson, New York, USA; NHL right wing (Olympics-1994, New York Rangers).
  • 1973 – Birth of Richard Aimonetto; hockey forward (Team France 1998).
  • 1974 – Birth of Kristy Sargeant in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; ice pairs (1994 Skate Canada).
  • 1974 – Birth of Tim Biakabutuka; running back (Carolina Panthers).
  • 1976 – Birth of Shae-Lynn Bourne in Chatham, Ontario, Canada; ice dancer (Bourne and Kraatz – 1995 World Champions-4th).
  • 1977 – Birth of Lenka Cenkova in Trinec, Czechoslovakia; tennis star (1995 Futures-Vaihingen-Germany).