San Diego 2 Seattle 1

Houston 5 Detroit 4

Oakland 3 Baltimore 2

Boston 7 Toronto 2

Cleveland 2 Tampa Bay 0

Minnesota 10 NY Yankees 5

Kansas City 6 Chicago White Sox 3

LA Angels 1 Texas 0

Washington 3 Philadelphia 1

Washington 7 Philadelphia 6 (10)

Cincinnati 3 LA Dodgers 1

Miami 5 NY Mets 3

Chicago Cubs 3 Milwaukee 0

St. Louis 11 Pittsburgh 5

Arizona 6 Colorado 3

Atlanta 4 San Francisco 1



Lincoln 3 Richmond 0

Northeastern 3 Winchester 2

Wabash 3 Marion 0

Muncie Burris 3 Seton 0

Franklin Monroe 3 National Trail 0

Franklin County 3 S. Dearborn 0

Daleville 3 Blue River 0

Western Boone 3 McCutcheon 2

Lafayette Jeff 3 Logansport 0

Harrison 3 Zionsville 2



Jay County 3 Richmond 1

Union County 4 Centerville 0

Connersville 8 Knightstown 0

West Lafayette 4 Lafayette Jeff 1



Union County 2 Centerville 1

Muncie Central 1 Anderson 0



Richmond 3 Marion 2

Tri 4 Northeastern 1

Varsity #3 Singles, Zack Jaykoski, was the win tonight,  6-1, 6-0,   NE hosts

Cambridge City Thursday afternoon at 4:30. 

Greensburg 5 Franklin County 0




Girls Team Results

  1. Centerville 40
  2. Winchester 55
  3. Lincoln 73
  4. Knightstown 82
  5. Monroe Central 89

Tri, Seton, and Union City Incomplete Score

 Lincoln Individual Results

  1. Bailey Puckett 21:57
  2. Kali Hetisimer 24:17
  3. Maddie Bogue 27:19
  4. Alyssa Harris 28:31
  5. Kaytlyn Abernathy 32:36


Boys Team Results

  1. Lincoln 31
  2. Monroe Central 64
  3. Eastern Hancock 77
  4. Centerville 85
  5. Winchester 93
  6. Union City 161

Tri & Seton Incomplete Scores

 Lincoln Individual Results

  1. Dylan McCullum 18:16
  2. Payton McGriff 18:30
  3. Trenton Bertsch 18:43
  4. Blake Smith 18:51
  5. Bryce Pennington 19:06
  6. Hunter Brown 19:57
  7. Britten West 20:40
  8. Andon Ross 20:42
  9. Alan Austin 22:39
  10. Cameron Gwin 25:45



The girls team took home the trophy for First Place!

The Boys team finished in 4th.

Six of the top 7 Girls earned a top 20 Ribbon.

Finishing top 5 for the girls were:

Emily Tedder PR’d and earned a Medal in 2nd

Kailee Tedder PR’d in 6th

Journey Cornett PR’d in 7th

Lydia Nevels in 8th and Lily Walker PR’d in 18th

Other girl PRs came from Susan Walker and Sarah Payne.

For the Boys, three earned a top 20 ribbon:

Parker Jaynes earned a medal in 5th place

Jeff Baker in 16th

Daniel Stuckey in 19th

Bryson Hoober PR’d in 22

Mylan Nocton in 23

Other guy PRs came from Aaron Limburg, Jackson Troutwine, Ethan Bane and

Ryan Cole.

The Teams compete again this Saturday at the Eaton Invitational.


Union City High School Boys and Girls competed on Tuesday at the Centerville Invite.

The girls race was a pack of 4 until coming to the finish line. Coming to the finish

there was a downhill that went right up a hill and no one was faster than Christina

during the last 100 yards. Christina caught a girl that was roughly 50 yards ahead

of her and dove at the finish line to beat her!

Girls results:

4th Hoggatt

7th Wyatt

36th Sowinski

Boys competed very well also with two runners taking 30 seconds or more off of their

personal best times.

Boys results:

29th Luster

31st Woodbury

38th Shinaver (new personal best by 1 minute)

41st Bogue (personal best by 30 seconds)

47th Perry

53rd King

57th Vore



The Winchester girls golf team won the Tri Eastern Conference meet last night at

Hagerstown with a score of 196. Becca Chamberlin was the TEC champion with a score

of 40. Placing on All conference from Winchester was Kate Riggin with a 47 and

Taylor Prescott with a 49. Rounding up the low medalist for Winchester is Megan

Fulton with a 60. Winchester entered the TEC meet with record of 7-0 in the




Arcanum 172, Tri-County North 174, Tri-Village 201, National Trail 237




LONDON, Ky. – The Indiana University East women’s golf team finished in second place

after the first day of the Bill Sergent Invitational hosted by the University of the

Cumberlands at Crooked Creek Golf Course.

The host Patriots lead the two-day event with a team score of 301, while the Red

Wolves have 320.

Rain delayed the start for two hours.

Breanna Nowak topped the Red Wolves with a three over par score of 75. The senior is

currently in fifth place as an individual just two shots off the pace set by Hannah

Griffith of Cumberlands.

Lexie Fields and Hannah Johnson both carded an 81 to finish in a tie for 11th place.

Jo Wisecup had an 83, which was good for 18th.

The final day of the Bill Sergent Invitational starts on Sept. 11, at 10 a.m.




MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Indiana University East senior golfer Tyler Pearson finished atop

the leaderboard at the NAIA Memphis Shootout, which concluded Sept. 11.

Pearson prevailed on second hole of a sudden-death playoff against Taylor

University’s Alec Dutkowski to claim first place in a field that included five teams

receiving votes in the NAIA Men’s Golf Coaches Poll.

Pearson finished with a 54-hole score of 207, with all three of his rounds under par

at TPC Southwind.

IU East finished 10th in the team standings with a 54-hole score of 919.

IU East’s next event is the River States Conference Fall Preview on Sept. 24 and 25.




RICHMOND, Ind. – The Indiana University East tennis teams knocked off Adrian College

on Sept. 11 on the Kyle Tom Courts at Glen Miller Park.

The women won 9-0 and the men prevailed 7-2.

The IU East women are now 2-0 and the men are 3-0. It was the season opener for both

Adrian squads.





  1. Warren Central                
  2. Brownsburg                      
  3. Columbus North                  
  4. Avon                           
  5. Penn                           
  6. Carmel                          
  7. Center Grove                    
  8. Ben Davis                
  9. North Central               
  10. Lafayette Jeff



  1. New Palestine                 
  2. Martinsville                    
  3. Decatur Central                 
  4. Whiteland                       
  5. Elkhart Central                 
  6. Columbus East                   
  7. Cathedral                
  8. Michigan City                   

(tie) Bedford N. Lawrence           

  1. Zionsville        



  1. Ft. Wayne Dwenger             
  2. NorthWood                       
  3. Ev. Central                   
  4. Mishawaka                     
  5. Lowell                          
  6. Angola                          
  7. East Central
  8. Marion                          
  9. Ev. Reitz                       
  10. Mooresville 



  1. Ev. Memorial                  
  2. Bishop Chatard                
  3. W. Lafayette                  
  4. Brownstown                      
  5. Heritage Hills                  
  6. Gibson Southern                 
  7. Ft. Wayne Luers                 

(tie) Mishawaka Marian              

  1. Andrean                         
  2. Guerin Catholic  



  1. Scecina                
  2. Western Boone                 
  3. Triton Central                
  4. Tipton                          
  5. Southridge                      
  6. Bremen                          
  7. Eastbrook                       
  8. Whiting                         
  9. Shenandoah                      
  10. Ev. Mater Dei     



  1. Pioneer                       
  2. N. Central (Farmersburg)         
  3. Monroe Central                
  4. Fountain Central                
  5. Churubusco                      
  6. Adams Central                   
  7. Southwood                       
  8. S. Adams                        
  9. Sheridan                        
  10. Eastern Greene  




Dayton 2 E. Tennessee State 0

Indiana 2 Notre Dame 1 OT

Bowling Green 1 Ohio State 1 2OT

Northern Kentucky 3 Evansville 1

Kentucky 0 Xavier 0 2OT



Ball State 3 IUPUI 0

Evansville 3 Tennessee State 2



Red Sox become 1st team in majors to clinch playoff spot

The Boston Red Sox became the first team in the majors to clinch a playoff spot this season, rallying on pinch-hitter Brock Holt’s go-ahead home run in the seventh inning to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-2 Tuesday night.

Guided by rookie manager Alex Cora, the Red Sox improved the best record in baseball at 99-46. They assured themselves at least a spot in the AL wild-card game while reaching the postseason for the third straight year.

The AL East-leading Red Sox began the night with an eight-game lead over the New York Yankees.

Boston starter Chris Sale came off the disabled list and pitched one scoreless inning, striking out two and throwing 26 pitches. Sale has been slowed by inflammation in his left shoulder, and the Red Sox had said they would ease their ace back into action.

Sale continued tossing in the bullpen after he was pulled, trying to rebuild his arm strength for the postseason.

The Red Sox matched a team record by making it to the postseason three years in a row. They also did it from 2003-05 and 2007-09 – with World Series titles in `04 and `07 included in each run.

Ryan Brasier (2-0) got the win with 1 1-3 innings of hitless relief as Boston used seven relievers after limiting Sale in his return.

Ryan Tepera (5-5) took the loss.


Donaldson hitless in Indians debut, 2-0 win over Rays

Josh Donaldson and Edwin Encarnacion are back together again and got a chance to celebrate a home run like old times in Toronto.

Donaldson went hitless in his Cleveland debut, Encarnacion reached 30 homers for the seventh straight season and the Indians beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-0 on Tuesday night.

Donaldson was on-deck when Encarnacion went deep and the pair exchanged a high-five afterward.

“We try and have fun out there,” Encarnacion said. “It’s good to have him back in the same lineup together.”

Cleveland lowered its magic number to three for a third straight AL Central title. Second-place Minnesota was hosting the New York Yankees.

Acquired from Toronto on Aug. 31, Donaldson went 0 for 4 in his first big league game since May 28, a layoff caused by a strained left calf. The 2015 AL MVP flied out to deep center and deep right, struck out and grounded into a forceout. The third baseman made a nifty backhand grab on C.J. Cron’s sixth-inning grounder.


Quintana pitches Cubs past Brewers 3-0, take 2-game lead

Jose Quintana dazzled all night long.

The Chicago Cubs had the right guy on the mound for a big game against the Milwaukee Brewers.

Quintana pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning, Victor Caratini drove in two runs and the Cubs beat the Brewers 3-0 on Tuesday to regain their two-game lead in the NL Central.

Quintana (13-9) continued his mastery of Milwaukee in a huge spot, improving to 6-2 with a 1.60 ERA in 10 career starts against the Brewers. The veteran left-hander struck out seven and walked two in 6 2/3 innings in his second straight victory over Jhoulys Chacin, also winning at Milwaukee last Wednesday.

“He always throws well, it seems, against the Brewers,” manager Joe Maddon said.

Quintana received a standing ovation from the crowd of 37,017 when he departed with the bases loaded after a replay review awarded an infield single to pinch-hitter Hernan Perez. Justin Wilson then struck out pinch-hitter Manny Pina on three pitches, preserving Chicago’s 2-0 lead and drawing another loud roar at Wrigley Field.


Marte drives in 4, D-backs beat NL West-leading Rockies 6-3

Ketel Marte was told his playing time would decrease. A struggling bullpen was informed their roles would be juggled.

They responded in a big way.

Marte drove in four runs, including a two-out, two-run triple to break a sixth-inning tie, reliever Yoshihisa Hirano helped Arizona weather a ninth-inning scare for his first big league save and the Diamondbacks pulled closer in the NL West standings by beating the first-place Colorado Rockies 6-3 on Tuesday night.

The Diamondbacks cut their deficit in the division to 2 1/2 games. The Rockies maintained a 1 1/2 -game advantage over the Los Angeles Dodgers, who lost for a second straight day in Cincinnati. Colorado is chasing after its first NL West crown in franchise history.

“We needed to win a game,” said reliever Brad Ziegler, whose team stopped a three-game skid. “It doesn’t matter how it happens as long as we walk away happy at the end of the night.”


Altuve hits leadoff homer, Astros power past Tigers 5-4

For five innings, the Houston Astros were one pitch away from blowing an important game.

Their relievers never gave the Tigers that pitch.

Five Houston relievers threw shutout innings, and the Astros’ three early homers held up in a 5-4 victory over Detroit on Tuesday night.

“None of those guys had a margin for error,” Houston manager A.J. Hinch said.

Houston maintained a three-game lead over the Oakland Athletics in the AL West.

Jose Altuve homered on the first pitch of the game, and the Astros hit two more homers in the first four innings to go up 5-0.

Houston starter Framber Valdez, though, couldn’t maintain that big lead.

Valdez allowed four runs in the bottom of the fourth, including a three-run homer by JaCoby Jones. That ended his night and started a parade from the Houston bullpen.

Will Harris (4-3) struck out the side in the fifth, allowing one walk, and Joe Smith pitched a perfect sixth.

Hector Rondon gave up two hits in the seventh but got out of the jam, and Collin McHugh and Roberto Osuna retired the last six batters in order. Osuna struck out rookie Christin Stewart to end the game and earn his 17th save in 18 opportunities.


Dodgers drop to 0-6 against Reds with 3-1 loss to Cincinnati

Not only did Los Angeles lose to the lowly Cincinnati Reds yet again, this time former Dodgers prospects did in their former team.

Former Los Angeles farmhands Brandon Dixon and Scott Schebler homered, and the Dodgers stumbled for the second straight night in a 3-1 loss Tuesday night.

“Two days ago, things were great,” Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts said. “I don’t have an answer for the Reds. Obviously, we don’t. I wish I had an answer. We felt good about this series coming in. We were prepared. We can’t solve the riddle of their pitching. Our only thought now is to salvage the series and find a way to get a win.”

Defending NL champion Los Angeles is 0-6 against Cincinnati this season. The Dodgers, who lost Monday’s series opener 10-6 to the last-place Reds, remained 1 1/2 games behind NL West-leading Colorado and dropped three games back of St. Louis for the second NL wild card.


Yzerman steps down as Lightning GM, BriseBois takes over

Steve Yzerman stepped down as general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning after building them into a perennial contender, handing the reins to longtime assistant Julien BriseBois just two days before training camp.

Yzerman will move to a senior adviser role working under BriseBois and he said he was “100 percent committed” to the Lightning this season. Beyond that, Yzerman’s future is cloudy and BriseBois is now in charge.

“I feel this change in role is important for me to allow me to spend more time with my family and to still make sure the Lightning is managed to the level everyone has come to expect,” Yzerman said Tuesday. “We are all delighted that Julien is our next GM. He is more than ready.”

It was a surprising move for a powerhouse team, one that reached the Eastern Conference final last season. The 53-year-old Yzerman spent the past eight seasons as Tampa Bay’s GM, a tenure that included five playoff appearances, three trips to the conference final and an appearance in the 2015 Stanley Cup final.


Florence forces 3 games with ranked teams off weekend slate

Hurricane Florence has forced the cancellation of several Top 25 games this weekend, including No. 13 Virginia Tech’s home game against East Carolina, No. 14 West Virginia’s trip to North Carolina State and No. 18 UCF’s game at North Carolina.

The Category 4 storm’s approach led to a series of schedule adjustments Tuesday for teams in the Carolinas and Virginia. The University of Virginia’s scheduled home game Saturday against Ohio was relocated to Nashville, Tennessee and the start time for Wake Forest’s Atlantic Coast Conference home game Thursday against Boston College was moved up. The decisions were made as Florence appears set to come ashore along the Carolinas’ coastline late Thursday or early Friday with strong winds and heavy rain.

Several of the schools appeared to be publicly in agreement on the need for schedule changes due to Florence, though East Carolina’s decision not to travel to Blacksburg nixed Saturday’s game. ECU – which has already called off the rest of the week’s classes – cited “significant imminent safety concerns” that included “the high probability of a catastrophic impact on the region and perilous travel conditions before, during and after the storm.”

East Carolina’s announcement also noted the Greenville campus’ history with serious flooding issues from Hurricane Floyd in 1999 and Hurricane Matthew in 2016.


Stanford star Love to sit against UC Davis because of injury

 All-America running back Bryce Love will miss No. 9 Stanford’s game against UC Davis on Saturday with an injury.

Cardinal coach David Shaw would not disclose specifics about Love’s injury. Love was the Heisman Trophy runner-up last season after running for 2,118 yards. He had 126 yards on 22 carries last week in a victory against Southern California after being held to 29 yards by San Diego State in the opener.

Stanford plays at No. 20 Oregon on Sept. 22.


Panthers’ Olsen breaks foot; Williams will need surgery

The Panthers will be without three-time Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen and second-team All-Pro Bowl right tackle Daryl Williams for the foreseeable future.

The team announced Tuesday that Olsen re-fractured the same right foot that kept him out of nine games last season in Carolina’s 16-8 win over Dallas on Sunday. Olsen will not have surgery and will be reevaluated on a “monthly basis.” He’ll remain on the team’s roster in hopes that he can return later in the season as he did a year ago.

Williams suffered an undisclosed knee injury and will need surgery.

Ranked as the top right tackle in the NFL last season by Pro Football Focus, Williams is likely headed for injured reserve. He tore the MCL and dislocated the patella in his right knee in training camp, but fought back to play in the season opener.

Rookie Ian Thomas is expected to replace Olsen in the starting lineup, while Amini Silatolu is next in line to take over at right tackle.

Unlike last year, the 33-year-old Olsen opted not to have surgery.


Falcons place Pro Bowl LB Deion Jones on IR with foot injury

The Atlanta Falcons placed linebacker Deion Jones on injured reserve on Tuesday, taking a second 2017 Pro Bowler from the defense in less than a week.

The move with Jones comes after coach Dan Quinn on Friday announced safety Keanu Neal suffered a torn ligament in his left knee and will miss the remainder of the season.

Jones hurt his foot in Thursday night’s 18-12 opening loss at Philadelphia . Quinn said Tuesday that Jones will require surgery, but is expected to return this season.

“We are bummed for Deion, but we do expect to get him back at some point this season,” Quinn said in a statement.

“He represents all that we are looking for in a Falcon player, and while he will not be on the field for us right now, he will continue to have a presence in our building.”

The Falcons didn’t release further details of Jones’ injury or surgery.

Jones led the defense with nine tackles, one interception and two passes defensed against the Eagles. It was his seventh career interception.