INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Eastbrook 39 Marion 18
Guerin Catholic 14 McCutcheon 7
Harrison 42 Terre Haute South 13
Lafayette Jeff 27 West Lafayette 16
Peru 25 Logansport 20
Yorktown 48 Anderson 0
South Adams 41 Winchester 8
Centerville 48 Lincoln 6….(CENTERVILLE RELEASE… The Bulldogs were led by receiver Keegan Schlotterbeck with touchdown catches of 28, 33 and 35 yards. Quarterback Ryan Dickenson also had rushing touchdowns of 10 and 22 yards. Jamari Pamplin had a touchdown run of 26 yards and Javontae Pamplin had a 5 yard run.
Knightstown 21 Hagerstown 13
Tri 35 Union City 12….(UNION CITY RELEASE: The Indians football team travelled to Tri High tonight to take on the Titans. What started out as a barn burner ended with a Titans victory. At the end of the first half the score was UC 12 Tri 13. The Indians were held scoreless in the second half. The Indians did see quite a few bright spots. Eli Moore and Elijah Cowper had tremendous games defensively.for theTribe. On offense it was a balanced attack from throwing the ball to running the ball. Senior QB Hunter Reagan looked good and Junior RB Blayne Daniels showed flashes of greatness. Stats will be added to this story.
Union County 53 Northeastern 15….Union County’s Mason Wicker rushed for 330 yards
Toronto 117 Brooklyn 92
Utah 124 Denver 87
Boston 102 Philadelphia 94
LA Clippers 130 Dallas 122
Las Vegas 93 Atlanta 85
Dallas 101 Washington 92
Minnesota 90 Phoenix 80
Philadelphia 3 Montreal 2
Vancouver 6 St. Louis 2
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-INTERLEAGUE
NY Yankees at NY Mets postponed
Chicago White Sox 10 Chicago Cubs 1
San Diego 4 Houston 3
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 6 Tampa Bay 5 (10)
Detroit 10 Cleveland 5
Boston 8 Baltimore 5
Kansas City 7 Minnesota 2
Seattle 7 Texas 4
Oakland 5 LA Angels 3
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-NATIONAL LEAGUE
Miami 3 Washington 2
Pittsburgh 7 Milwaukee 2
Atlanta 11 Philadelphia 2
Cincinnati 4 St. Louis 2
LA Dodgers 5 Colorado 1
San Francisco 6 Arizona 2
Major League Baseball postponed this weekend’s Subway Series to allow time for more testing and contact tracing after two members of the New York Mets tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Mets had their game Thursday night at Miami as well as Friday’s opener against the Yankees postponed on Thursday after the results were reported. MLB postponed the rest of the weekend series between the New York teams on Friday “out of an abundance of caution and to allow for additional testing and contact tracing.”
The Mets flew home Thursday night and are in New York, and the team said in a statement the traveling party was tested at Citi Field on Friday morning before being sent home to quarantine. The team does not plan to work out this weekend.
All-Star shortstop Gleyber Torres and left-hander James Paxton have joined the New York Yankees’ crowded injured list.
Torres had an MRI on Friday that revealed mild strains in his left hamstring and quad, while Paxton had an MRI on Thursday that showed a low-grade strain in his left forearm flexor. Both were added to the IL on Friday.
Left-hander Luis Avilan was also placed on the injured list after an MRI on Thursday revealed left shoulder inflammation.
The Yankees were supposed to play three games against the crosstown Mets this weekend, but the Subway Series was postponed after two members of the Mets tested positive for the coronavirus Thursday.
The Yankees are already without star hitters Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and DJ LeMahieu, as well as left-hander Zack Britton, right-hander Tommy Kahnle and backup catcher Kyle Higashioka – all on the IL. Judge was expected to be activated Saturday after recovering from a strained right calf.
The Philadelphia Phillies got an early jump on the trade deadline, moving to fortify their ineffective bullpen by acquiring relievers Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree from the Boston Red Sox.
Philadelphia also got cash and will either receive more cash or a player to be named from the Red Sox, who obtained right-handers Nick Pivetta and Connor Seabold. Earlier Friday, the Phillies acquired right-handed reliever David Hale from the New York Yankees, sending back righty relief prospect Addison Russ.
Phillies relievers came into Friday with a combined 8.07 ERA this season, the worst in the majors by nearly two runs.
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg was diagnosed with carpal tunnel neuritis on his throwing hand after seeing a nerve specialist, manager Dave Martinez said Friday.
Martinez said surgery could be an option but he has yet to talk with the 2019 World Series MVP. Strasburg was put on the injured list on Aug. 15, a day after he recorded just two outs at Baltimore. It was the 32-year-old’s first appearance on the IL since 2018.
After going 18-6 with a 3.32 ERA in 33 starts in 2019, the right-hander is 0-1 this season with a 10.80 ERA in two starts.
Kemba Walker scored 24 points and the Boston Celtics closed with a 10-0 run to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 102-94 on Friday night for a 3-0 lead in the first-round series.
Jaylen Brown had 21 points and Jason Tatum added 15 for the Celtics.
Joel Embiid had 30 points and 13 rebounds to lead the 76ers. They shot 29.5% from the field.
Boston led 51-49 at the half, with Embiid carrying Philadelphia with 22 points and 10 rebounds.
Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers looked to rough up Dallas right from the start.
The real pain was felt by Luka Doncic, who limped off with a sprained left ankle that could put the All-Star’s status in jeopardy for the next game.
Leonard had 36 points, nine rebounds and eight assists, leading Los Angeles to a 130-122 victory over the Mavericks on Friday night for a 2-1 lead in their Western Conference first-round series.
Landry Shamet had 18 points for the Clippers, who bounced back from their loss in Game 2 even though Paul George shot poorly again. Ivica Zubac added 15.
For four long days, Mike Conley was confined to his hotel in quarantine.
He wasn’t about to be contained on the court.
Conley made a career playoff-high seven 3-pointers and scored 27 points in his return from quarantine, helping the Utah Jazz rout the Denver Nuggets 124-87 on Friday for a 2-1 lead in the first-round series.
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: He’s a terrific player,” Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. “I know how glad our guys were to see him back.”
Conley left the NBA bubble for the birth of his son and returned Monday night. He went through a four-day separation that ended Friday.
While in isolation, Conley said he got about 30 minutes of outside activity a day to work on his game.
Pascal Siakam scored 26 points and the Toronto Raptors beat the Brooklyn Nets 117-92 Friday to take the first 3-0 lead in a playoff series in franchise history.
The defending champs now can eliminate the patchwork Nets on Sunday.
“Our goal is always to win, and that’s what we came into the game for and I don’t think we worried about that,” Siakam said of making some team history with the 3-0 lead. “It’s just about taking every game and then going out and trying to get a win.”
Fred VanVleet scored 22 points, shooting 6 of 10 from 3-point range. Reserve Serge Ibaka added 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Kyle Lowry had 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Norman Powell added 11 points.
Former coach and NBC Sports analyst Mike Milbury apologized Friday for saying during a playoff game broadcast that there weren’t women in the NHL bubble to disrupt anyone’s concentration.
The comments were made during Thursday night’s game between the New York Islanders and Washington Capitals. During a discussion among the broadcasters about the environment in the bubble, Milbury said there are “not even any women here to disrupt your concentration.”
The 24-team playoffs are being staged entirely in limited-access arenas and hotels in Toronto and Edmonton, Alberta.
“It was not my intention to disrespect anyone,” Milbury said in a statement released by NBC. “I was trying to be irreverent and took it a step too far. It was a regrettable mistake that I take seriously.”
NBC Sports said in a statement that they were disappointed in Milbury’s comment and have addressed it with him.
The Kentucky Derby will run without fans for the first time, Churchill Downs announced Friday, citing increasing COVID-19 cases in the area.
It will be the second Triple Crown race this year without spectators, following the Belmont Stakes in June. The Derby and Kentucky Oaks for fillies were postponed from May 1-2 to Sept. 4-5 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Churchill Downs had planned to limit attendance for the 146th Derby to 23,000.
“We were confident in that plan, but dedicated to remaining flexible using the best and most reliable information available,” the track said in a statement. “With the current significant increases in COVID-19 cases in Louisville as well as across the region, we needed to again revisit our planning.
“We deeply regret the disappointment this will bring to our loyal fans.”
The track will refund ticket holders for all Derby week race dates.
It took a disappointing par for Scottie Scheffler to realize he was making enough birdies to have a shot at 59, and he seized on the chance Friday with four birdies over his last five holes to post the 12th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history.
For the longest time, it looked like his 59 might not even be the best of the day at The Northern Trust.
As Scheffler was signing his card, Dustin Johnson had already set off on an explosive start that put some buzz into the TPC Boston even without any spectators on the course.
Birdie. Eagle. Birdie. Eagle. Birdie.
He was 9 under through eight holes, and with two birdies to start the back nine, Johnson was 11 under through 11 holes.
And then he turned into a par machine, with only two good looks at birdie the rest of the way, and one decision he’d like to have back. Johnson hit driver on the par-5 18th into a slope of grungy grass, when a 3-wood was all he would have needed to have a mid-iron into the green. He had to lay up, hit wedge to 25 feet and two-putted for a seventh straight par.
Johnson shot a 60, had a two-shot lead, and it almost felt as though condolences were in order.