INDIANA BOYS SOCCER-NCC/AREA

Lafayette Jeff 5 Danville 1

Fishers 3 McCutcheon 0

Shelbyville 10 Knightstown 0

 

INDIANA GIRLS SOCCER-NCC/AREA

Lafayette Jeff 2 Danville 1

Harrison 4 Pendleton Heights 1

Connersville 6 Union County 2

 

INDIANA VOLLEYBALL-NCC/AREA

Triton Central 2 Richmond 1

Hagerstown 2 Richmond 0

Triton Central 2 Hagerstown 1

Batesville 3 Connersville 0

Adams Central 3 Knightstown 0

Lawrenceburg 2 Franklin County 0

Park Tudor 3 Union County 1

Mishawaka 2 Harrison 0

Lincoln 2 Indy Tindley 1

Beech Grove 3 Lincoln 0

 

INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GOLF

The Northeastern Lady Knights scorched the course for the front nine holes and then held on for a first place victory with a 394, beating last year’s champions Hagerstown by 18 strokes at Highland Lake. Centerville finished 3rd with a 444, and Lincoln 4th with a 495.
Leading the Lady Knights was co-medalist Maddie Fields with a 94, Becca Schneider placed 3rd individually with a 97, Baylee Wissler 4th with a 99 and Jasmine Shuler tied for 5th with a 104.
The Lady Knights improve to 16-5 overall, 3-0 in Conference play, and 2-0 Non-Conference.
1. Baylee Wissler 99 4th Place
2. Becca Schneider 97 3rd Place
3. Maddie Fields 94 Tied for 1st place
4. Jasmine Shuler 104 Tied for 5th place
5. Zoe Cline 105
Hagerstown was second shooting 412. Morgan Rector tied for match medalist shooting a 94. Other scores were Shay Doerstler (104), Sophia Mull (105), Sydney Rector (109), and Katie Glunt (125).

Centerville placed 3rd shooting a 444. Karis Koyles led the Bulldogs with a 105. Other scores; Aurora Biava (107), Alex Goodwin (110), Morgan Hale (122), and Hailie Ridge (135).

Lincoln placed 4th shooting a 495. Allison Frost led the way with a 108. Shayna Morris (119), Lindsey Schunk (126), Ashley Wampler (142), and Nataligh Felder (142).

 

INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Brownsburg 30 Cincinnati St. Xavier 24 OT

Heritage Christian 41 Shenandoah 21

Indy Attucks 46 Gary West 14

Indy Washington 21 Shortridge 20

New Castle 41 Indy Tindley 0

Terre Haute North 28 Indy Tech 13

Washington 61 Crawford County 18

Whiteland 24 Gibson Southern 7

 

OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Ansonia 40 Bradford 6

 

NBA PLAYOFFS

Milwaukee 118 Orlando 104

Houston 114 Oklahoma City 80

LA Lakers 131 Portland 122

 

WNBA SCOREBOARD

Las Vegas 80 New York 63

Seattle 88 Chicago 74

Dallas 82 Indiana 78

 

NHL PLAYOFFS

Tampa Bay 3 Boston 1

NY Islanders 3 Philadelphia 1

Vegas 3 Vancouver 0

 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL – INTERLEAGUE

NY Yankees 2 NY Mets 1

Cleveland 2 St. Louis 1 (12)

Tampa Bay 4 Miami 0

LA Dodgers 7 Texas 4

Boston 5 Washington 3

 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL – AMERICAN LEAGUE

Detroit 8 Minnesota 2

Kansas City 9 Chicago White Sox 6

Houston 4 Oakland 2

Detroit 4 Minnesota 2

Toronto 5 Baltimore 0

Houston 6 Oakland 3

LA Angels 16 Seattle 3

 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL – NATIONAL LEAGUE

Philadelphia 4 Atlanta 1

Chicago Cubs 3 Cincinnati 0

Cincinnati 6 Chicago Cubs 5

Milwaukee 7 Pittsburgh 6

Colorado 4 San Diego 3

San Francisco 5 Arizona 2

 

AP SPORTS HEADLINES

Brook Lopez sensed bonds between Milwaukee Bucks players strengthening after their decision to boycott a playoff game sent ripples across the NBA and other major pro sports leagues, which joined in suspending play to protest against racial injustice.

And when it was time to return to the court, they were in sync.

Giannis Antetokounmpo had 28 points and 17 rebounds and the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Orlando Magic 118-104 on Saturday to close out the Eastern Conference series in five games.

“You could just feel the closeness,” said Lopez, who had 16 points. “We’re still out there on the floor taking care of our mission and what we want to achieve, but I think being through all this brought us together even more.”

The Bucks advanced to face Miami in the second round, beginning Monday. But they showed little interest in congratulating themselves or talking about basketball after the first NBA game played since they declined to take the court on Wednesday night, when Game 5 was originally scheduled.

 

 

LeBron James had 36 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists and the Los Angeles Lakers advanced to the Western Conference semifinals, beating the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers 131-122 in Game 5 on Saturday night.

Anthony Davis had a playoff-best 43 points for the top-seeded Lakers in their first playoff appearance since 2013.

The Lakers will play the winner of the series between Houston and Oklahoma City. The Rockets took a 3-2 lead with a 114-80 victory earlier Saturday.

CJ McCollum had 36 points for the surprisingly scrappy Trail Blazers, who played without injured All-Star guard Damian Lillard. Carmelo Anthony added 27 points.

Down 14 in the third quarter, Portland got to 100-97 on McCollum’s layup and tied it on Anfernee Simon’s 3-pointer to cap an 8-point run with 9:46 left. James answered with a 3.

Gary Trent Jr.’s 3-pointer tied it at 109 with just under seven minutes to go. Again the Lakers held off Portland with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s 3.

After Trent’s 3-pointer closed it to 114-112 with 4:53 left, Davis had a personal 11-0 run to put Los Angeles up 123-112 and all but seal it.

 

 

Russell Westbrook returned.

Dennis Schroder left.

That was a fortunate turn of events for the Houston Rockets.

James Harden scored 31 points, and Westbrook came back from an injury to face his former team in the playoffs for the first time, helping the Rockets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 114-80 on Saturday night for a 3-2 lead in the first-round playoff series.

“We’ve missed him the first four games. Now we’ve got him, and let’s see what we can do,” Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni said. “I knew he was going to be a little rusty, but he gave us a nice little spark.”

A two-time scoring champion and the 2016-17 league MVP, Westbrook averaged 27.1 points in his first season in Houston but had played just one game since Aug. 4 because of a strained right quadriceps — missing the Rockets’ first four playoff games. He finished with seven points, six rebounds and seven assists in 23 minutes against team where he played the first 11 years of his career.

“He brought that energy. He brought that excitement we were missing,” Harden said. “We need him.”

Schroder led the Thunder with 19 points – 18 of them in the second quarter, when Oklahoma City had its only lead of the game. But he was ejected midway through the third for hitting P.J. Tucker in the groin while trying to fight through a screen; Tucker also was ejected after retaliating with a head-butt.

“It was kind of a bang-bang play,” Thunder coach Billy Donovan said. “I understand, with P.J. getting thrown out, maybe it felt like Dennis needed to get thrown out. But again, it was an illegal screen. I’m not even going to speculate or even know (how) to read Dennis’ mind.”

Robert Covington had 20 of his 22 points in the second half, and Eric Gordon had 20 in all for the Rockets, who can advance to the conference semifinals for the fourth straight year with a victory in Game 6 on Monday.

 

 

Cliff Robinson guided UConn out from the bottom and almost helped take the Portland Trail Blazers to the top.

He was one of the NBA’s best sixth men, a versatile player who became a predecessor of the modern center.

Not bad for a guy who was warned he might not even get a second season in Storrs.

“He averaged five points as a freshman and I remember I told him, ‘You have two choices: I can kick you out if you keep doing what you do, or I’m going to watch you play a lot of years in the NBA,'” former UConn coach Jim Calhoun said. “He chose the latter, which was good.”

Robinson died Saturday at 53, remembered as much for his personality as his skills by the teams he played for during an 18-year career.

“His personality and energy were unmatched, and his contributions on the court were unmistakable, helping the Trail Blazers into the playoffs each of his eight seasons with the team,” the Blazers said.

“His streak of 461 consecutive games played with the Trail Blazers still stands as a franchise record, which is a testament to his hard work and dedication to the team. . … Uncle Cliffy will be greatly missed by the Trail Blazers and all of Rip City.”

No cause of death was given, though Calhoun said Robinson had a stroke 2 1/2 years ago and had went into a coma last week.

 

 

Well-rounded winger Ondrej Palat is scoring, reigning MVP Nikita Kucherov is defending and the Tampa Bay Lightning have taken over their series against the Boston Bruins.

Palat scored two goals to give him four in the past three games, Kucherov was part of a strong defensive effort in the third period and the Lightning beat the Bruins 3-1 Saturday to grab a commanding 3-1 lead in their second-round series. From goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy on, Tampa Bay is clicking like the Stanley Cup contender it was supposed to be now stands one victory away from eliminating Boston and moving on to the Eastern Conference final for the second time in three years.

“Right now the guys are feeling it,” coach Jon Cooper said. “Let’s hope it continues.”

This matchup between the top two, seemingly even, teams in the Atlantic Division has been all Lightning since the Bruins won Game 1. They’ve taken the past three, notably since Palat scored the Game 2 overtime winner.

“We’re playing with confidence,” Palat said. “We don’t cheat on the ice. We’re doing it the right way. We’re staying on the right side of the puck. We try to not turn the puck over, and I think all four lines are playing good hockey and it’s huge.”

 

 

Matt Martin and Leo Komarov scored in the second period as the New York Islanders rallied to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 on Saturday night, taking a 2-1 lead in their conference semifinal series.

Anders Lee also scored, and Semyon Varlamov had 26 saves to rebound after a rocky Game 2 that saw him benched in the first period in an overtime loss to the Flyers.

“If you go back to the first 68 games of the regular season, he was very good after a loss and bounced back,” New York coach Barry Trotz said of his goalie. “I think the maturity of (Varlamov) as a pro shows in volumes, and it shows especially after losses.”

The playoffs resumed after a two-day break to protest racial injustice, the latest twist in an unprecedented, pandemic-halted season. Game 4 is Sunday night.

Tyler Pitlick scored for the Flyers in the first period, and Carter Hart had 26 saves.

 

 

Robin Lehner stopped 32 shots and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-0 in Game 3 of their Western Conference semifinal series Saturday night.

Alex Tuch, got his seventh goal of the postseason, and Mark Stone and Zack Whitecloud also scored to help Vegas take 2-1 series lead.

Lehner got his second career playoff shutout – and the second of the series. He blanked Vancouver 5-0 in the series opener and improved to 7-2 in the return-to-play tournament.

Jacob Markstrom finished with 31 saves for Vancouver.

Game 4 is Sunday night.

Lehner, acquired at the trade deadline from Chicago in a three-team deal that also included Toronto, was the difference early.

Vancouver came out flying in the first period, outshooting Vegas 16-10 and enjoying a 78-second 5-on-3 power play. Lehner turned aside a wealth of high-quality scoring chances: point-blank one-timers, blasts off the transition, redirects, and loose pucks bouncing through the blue paint.

 

 

Well-rounded winger Ondrej Palat is scoring, reigning MVP Nikita Kucherov is defending and the Tampa Bay Lightning have taken over their series against the Boston Bruins.

Palat scored two goals to give him four in the past three games, Kucherov was part of a strong defensive effort in the third period and the Lightning beat the Bruins 3-1 Saturday to grab a 3-1 lead in their second-round series. From goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy on, Tampa Bay is clicking like the Stanley Cup contender it was supposed to be now stands one victory away from eliminating Boston and moving on to the Eastern Conference final for the second time in three years.

“Right now the guys are feeling it,” coach Jon Cooper said. “Let’s hope it continues.”

This matchup between the top two, seemingly even, teams in the Atlantic Division has been all Lightning since the Bruins won Game 1. They’ve taken the past three, notably since Palat scored the Game 2 overtime winner.

“We’re playing with confidence,” Palat said. “We don’t cheat on the ice. We’re doing it the right way. We’re staying on the right side of the puck. We try to not turn the puck over, and I think all four lines are playing good hockey and it’s huge.”

 

 

Yu Darvish scattered seven hits over six innings, Anthony Rizzo homered twice and the Chicago Cubs snapped a three-game skid with a 3-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds in the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday.

Darvish (6-1) allowed two runners past second base and won his sixth straight decision. He walked two and struck out eight to outpitch Cincinnati’s ace, Trevor Bauer.

“It was big for sure,” Darvish said of beating Bauer. “He’s amazing this year. I was thinking before the game, `I can’t give them more than two runs.'”

The Reds loaded the bases with two outs in the fifth, but Darvish got Freddy Galvis to ground out weakly to third baseman Nico Hoerner. Jeremy Jeffress pitched the seventh and final inning for his fourth save, and Cincinnati’s three-game winning streak ended.

 

 

Nick Castellanos raced home on Craig Kimbrel’s third wild pitch of the seventh inning, and the Cincinnati Reds avoided a doubleheader sweep by topping the Chicago Cubs 6-5 on Saturday night.

Cincinnati took advantage of another rough performance by Kimbrel (0-1), who got off to a tough start this year before stringing together five consecutive scoreless appearances. The right-hander threw half of his 22 pitches for strikes in his shaky outing against the Reds.

“We need Craig to be good,” manager David Ross said. “Nothing’s changed on our end where we need Craig to be. He’s not quite where he wants to be. He’s put in the work. Tonight wasn’t his night.”

Curt Casali reached on a leadoff walk before Freddy Galvis pinch-ran for the catcher. After Mark Payton struck out swinging, Castellanos walked and Aristides Aquino hit a tying RBI single.

Another wild pitch and an intentional walk loaded the bases for Mike Moustakas, who struck out swinging. But Kimbrel threw a wild pitch while facing rookie Jose Garcia, bringing home the winning run.

Joel Kuhnel (1-0) pitched the seventh for the win.

 

 

The last time the New York Yankees lost eight in a row, it was a different millennium.

One game a day suited them much better Saturday.

Clint Frazier scored the winning run on Dellin Betances’ wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning, and the Yankees averted their longest losing streak in a quarter-century with a 2-1 victory over the crosstown New York Mets.

“It was big. It was definitely a grind-out win. Not the prettiest win, but we needed that bad,” said All-Star infielder DJ LeMahieu, reinstated from the injured list before the game. “Hopefully that sparks us and we get back to playing how we should be playing, how we know how to. It was a tough little stretch there.”

J.A. Happ pitched brilliantly into the eighth and Luke Voit homered early at Yankee Stadium as the injury-ravaged Bronx Bombers stopped a seven-game slide that followed six straight wins. They haven’t dropped eight in a row since August 1995 – just before their most recent dynasty of three consecutive World Series titles and four in all from 1996-2000.

The Mets had won three straight and six of eight, including a doubleheader sweep Friday at Yankee Stadium. Prior to that, the Yankees were also swept in a doubleheader Wednesday at Atlanta.

“Really good to get a victory and come in here and hear music,” manager Aaron Boone said. “Just a really good battle and had some winning at-bats there at the end.”

 

 

For all that’s been on Novak Djokovic’s plate of late – including a painful neck and his efforts to start a new players’ association in men’s tennis – he just keeps winning.

He’s perfect in 2020, an ideal way to head into the U.S. Open.

Djokovic tied Rafael Nadal’s record by earning his 35th title at a Masters 1000 tournament, overcoming a sluggish start to beat Milos Raonic 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the Western & Southern Open final Saturday and improve to 23-0 this season.

“Has been challenging mentally and emotionally for me to stay sane and be able to compete on the highest level and win this title,” Djokovic said. “Going on an unbeaten run so far this year obviously brings even more confidence each match.”

Djokovic, 11-0 head-to-head against 2016 Wimbledon runner-up Raonic, goes into the U.S. Open as the No. 1 seed and a big favorite. The Grand Slam tournament begins Monday.

“What is that, 23-0?” Raonic said playfully during the trophy ceremony. “Honestly, if I start the year off 3-0, I’m pretty happy.”

Earlier Saturday, Victoria Azarenka won her first tour title since 2016 when Naomi Osaka pulled out of the women’s final because of a left hamstring injury.

“I just hope I’m giving myself, you know, the opportunity and the chance to have enough time” to recover ahead of the U.S. Open, Osaka said.

 

 

North Carolina State has cleared football and other programs to resume athletic activities after a cluster of coronavirus cases among Wolfpack athletes.

In a statement Saturday, athletics director Boo Corrigan says the football program is set to resume activities Monday.

The school had paused all athletics activities earlier this week, then announced Friday that 12 programs were cleared to resume workouts. But football and several other programs remained on hold, including men’s and women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s track and field.

The athletics department lifted that remaining hold Saturday.

Because of the spike in cases, he school had to postpone its Sept. 12 football game against Virginia Tech by two weeks.

 

 

Rory McIlroy doesn’t need fans to keep his head in the game at the BMW Championship. Olympia Fields is so tough it won’t allow anything but his full attention on every shot.

McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay made their share of mistakes Friday and shrugged them off because that’s bound to happen on the toughest test the PGA Tour has seen this year.

By the end of another steamy afternoon south of Chicago, they were the sole survivors to par.

One week after McIlroy admitted to going through the motions without spectators around to provide the cheers, he had a 1-under 69 to share the 36-hole lead with Cantlay.

It was plenty tough for Tiger Woods, whose PGA Tour season appears to be two rounds from being over.

He didn’t have enough good shots to atone for his bad ones, and he had to make a 35-foot par putt on his final hole to shoot 75, leaving him nine shots behind. Woods was toward the bottom of the pack at a tournament where he needs to finish around fourth to be among the top 30 who advance to the Tour Championship.

Cantlay holed a 50-foot chip for birdie, and holed out a 50-yard wedge for eagle. He also missed the green on three of the par 3s, the last one leading to a double bogey. He finished with a 6-iron out of the thick rough and made a 40-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole. It added to a 68, matching the best score of the round.

They were at 1-under 139, one shot ahead of Hideki Matsuyama and Dustin Johnson, who were going in opposite directions when it was time to sign their scorecards. Matsuyama, the only player to reach 4 under at any point this week, dropped four shots over his last 10 holes for a 73. Johnson finished birdie-birdie for 69.

The phrase “U.S. Open” is being heard a lot more than “FedEx Cup” this week.

 

 

William Byron snaked his way through a smoky crash late Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway and narrowly avoided another melee a few laps later.

Those moves got him to victory lane for the first time in his young NASCAR Cup Series career and back in the playoffs for the second consecutive season.

They also helped knock out Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson, a seven-time series champion whose final season won’t end with another title.

Winless in 120 races, Johnson made a trip to victory lane to congratulate Byron and the No. 24 team, the one now directed by Johnson’s former and long-time crew chief, Chad Knaus.

“It’s a big win for Chad Knaus and William Byron,” Johnson said. “I really felt like we had a way to transfer, to win, or point our way in and things just got ugly. Unfortunate, but that’s plate racing.”

Byron won the race in overtime after two late cautions and locked up one of the three postseason berths available going into the finale. Matt DiBenedetto finished 12th and secured the final spot. Clint Bowyer wrapped up a berth at the end of the opening stage.

“It was too eventful,” said DiBenedetto, whose parents drove down from North Carolina to watch from the stands. “I’m mentally worn out. I’m gonna sleep great tonight, but there was so much going on there at the end.”

Chase Elliott finished second, followed by Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr. and Bubba Wallace.

Johnson looked as if he would land one of those three playoff spots. But he got shuffled back in the final stage and then got caught up in a wreck in the closing laps that started when Hamlin made contact with Joey Logano. Byron squeezed between the two, took the lead and held on after a green-white-checkered finish.

It was the ninth overtime finish at Daytona’s summertime race in the last 13 years.

Byron didn’t care how he got it, just that he finally did.

“It’s been a hard couple of years in the Cup Series and trying to get my first win and trying to gel with this team,” Byron said. “These guys have done an awesome job and to be in the playoffs is amazing, man.”

 

MLB STANDINGS

American League
East
Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak
Tampa Bay 23 11 .676 12 – 5 11 – 6 19 – 9 0 – 0 0 – 0 8 – 2 W 4
NY Yankees 17 13 .567 4 11 – 5 6 – 8 10 – 6 0 – 0 0 – 0 3 – 7 W 1
Toronto 17 14 .548 4.5 7 – 4 10 – 10 11 – 9 0 – 0 0 – 0 7 – 3 W 3
Baltimore 14 18 .438 8 6 – 13 8 – 5 7 – 12 0 – 0 0 – 0 2 – 8 L 4
Boston 11 22 .333 11.5 5 – 11 6 – 11 7 – 18 0 – 0 0 – 0 5 – 5 W 1
Central
Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak
Cleveland 21 12 .636 9 – 7 12 – 5 0 – 0 13 – 9 0 – 0 7 – 3 W 4
Chi White Sox 20 13 .606 1 10 – 9 10 – 4 0 – 0 13 – 8 0 – 0 8 – 2 L 1
Minnesota 20 14 .588 1.5 12 – 3 8 – 11 0 – 0 11 – 11 0 – 0 4 – 6 L 4
Detroit 15 16 .484 5 8 – 10 7 – 6 0 – 0 7 – 12 0 – 0 6 – 4 W 4
Kansas City 13 20 .394 8 6 – 7 7 – 13 0 – 0 9 – 13 0 – 0 4 – 6 W 1
West
Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak
Oakland 22 12 .647 13 – 4 9 – 8 0 – 0 0 – 0 17 – 8 6 – 4 L 2
Houston 19 14 .576 2.5 14 – 5 5 – 9 0 – 0 0 – 0 12 – 6 6 – 4 W 2
Texas 12 20 .375 9 9 – 9 3 – 11 0 – 0 0 – 0 6 – 9 2 – 8 L 1
Seattle 13 22 .371 9.5 7 – 8 6 – 14 0 – 0 0 – 0 9 – 16 6 – 4 L 2
LA Angels 12 22 .353 10 7 – 9 5 – 13 0 – 0 0 – 0 11 – 16 4 – 6 W 3

 

National League
East
Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak
Atlanta 18 14 .563 12 – 4 6 – 10 12 – 9 0 – 0 0 – 0 6 – 4 L 2
Miami 14 14 .500 2 1 – 7 13 – 7 9 – 11 0 – 0 0 – 0 5 – 5 L 3
Philadelphia 14 14 .500 2 10 – 8 4 – 6 11 – 6 0 – 0 0 – 0 5 – 5 W 5
NY Mets 15 17 .469 3 6 – 9 9 – 8 11 – 14 0 – 0 0 – 0 6 – 4 L 1
Washington 12 18 .400 5 6 – 13 6 – 5 6 – 9 0 – 0 0 – 0 4 – 6 L 1
Central
Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak
Chi Cubs 19 14 .576 12 – 8 7 – 6 0 – 0 12 – 9 0 – 0 4 – 6 L 1
Milwaukee 15 17 .469 3.5 6 – 8 9 – 9 0 – 0 11 – 11 0 – 0 4 – 6 W 2
St. Louis 11 13 .458 3.5 7 – 7 4 – 6 0 – 0 7 – 7 0 – 0 4 – 6 L 4
Cincinnati 15 18 .455 4 7 – 8 8 – 10 0 – 0 9 – 10 0 – 0 5 – 5 W 1
Pittsburgh 9 21 .300 8.5 5 – 9 4 – 12 0 – 0 8 – 10 0 – 0 5 – 5 L 2
West
Team W L Pct GB Home Road East Central West Last 10 Streak
LA Dodgers 25 10 .714 11 – 5 14 – 5 0 – 0 0 – 0 16 – 8 7 – 3 W 1
San Diego 20 15 .571 5 12 – 6 8 – 9 0 – 0 0 – 0 12 – 13 7 – 3 L 1
Colorado 17 16 .515 7 8 – 9 9 – 7 0 – 0 0 – 0 10 – 8 4 – 6 W 1
San Francisco 16 19 .457 9 9 – 8 7 – 11 0 – 0 0 – 0 10 – 12 7 – 3 W 1
Arizona 14 20 .412 10.5 9 – 8 5 – 12 0 – 0 0 – 0 9 – 16 1 – 9 L 1