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BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Lima Senior 57, Wapakoneta 41.
LIMA (TW) - Brady Allen and Jay Thomas each scored 13 points to lead the Spartans to a win in their season opener. Wapak dropped to 0-3.
Kalida 63, Perry 52.
KALIDA (TW) - The Wildcats outscored the Commodores 17-6 over the last five minutes to improve to 2-0.
After nine lead changes, the game was tied for the fourth time, at 46, with five minutes to play but Kalida converted at the free throw line to pull away.
Overall Kalida went 18-of-20 at the line in the fourth quarter after making just 5-of-13 in the first three quarters.
Devin Kortokrax was the top scorer for the winners with 18 points. Bruce Hodges led Perry with 24 points and Jared Poling poured in 21.
Findlay 64, Bowling Green 44.
Toledo Bowsher 65, Toledo St. Johns 62.
Toledo St. Francis 66, Toledo Start 56.
Lima Central Catholic (4-0) 81, St. Marys 43.
- Meredith Shepherd and Liz Kidd each scored 17 to lead the T-Birds.
Elida 65, Spencerville 52.
Allen East 57, Hardin Northern 24.
Van Wert 50, Delphos St. Johns 31.
Ottoville 53, Ft. Jennings 36.
Crestview 74, Parkway 37.
Ada 52, Upper Scioto Valley 47.
Continental 46, Columbus Grove 39.
Cory Rawson 64, Miller City 25.
Coldwater 59, National Trail 25.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The 2013 Associated Press All-Ohio high school football teams, based on the recommendations of a state media panel:
Offensive player of the year: Brody Hoying, Coldwater.
Defensive player of the year: Noah Furbush, Kenton.
Coach of the year: Mike Fell, Lima Senior
COLLEGE BASKETBALL-TOP 25
Big Ten-ACC Challenge
#4 Syracuse (8-0) 69, Indiana (6-2) 52.
SYRACUSE, NY (AP) - Syracuse has a 46-game winning streak in nonconference home games after knocking off Indiana in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
Trevor Cooney scored 21 points for the Orange.
#10 Duke (7-2) 79, Michigan 69.
DURHAM, NC (AP) — Duke was a winner as Quinn Cook furnished 24 points and nine assists. Freshman Jabari Parker added 15 points to help the Blue Devils regroup from last week's loss to Arizona in the NIT Season Tip-Off.
#23 Iowa 98, Notre Dame 93.
IOWA CITY, IA (AP) — Aaron White scored 20 points and Devyn Marble and Jarrod Uthoff added 17 as Iowa held off Notre Dame. Kenton grad Garrick Sherman led the Irish with 29 points and 9 rebounds.
Minnesota 71, Florida State 61.
Pittsburgh 78, Penn State 69.
Georgia Tech 67, Illinois 64.
Tonight: Maryland at #5 Ohio State, 7:00 p.m.
In other top-25 action:
#2 Arizona (8-0) 79, Texas Tech (6-3) 58.
TUSCON, AZ (AP) — Aaron Gordon scored 19 points as the Wildcats trounced Texas Tech.
#18 UCLA (8-0) 89, UC-Santa Barbara (3-3) 76.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jordan Adams scored 22 points and Kyle Anderson had 21 to lead UCLA offense to a win.
#21 UMass (7-0) 69, Eastern Michigan (5-2) 57.
YPSILANTI, MI (AP) — Massachusetts won its first game as a ranked team since November 1998 as Raphiel Putney scored 15 points.
Cincinnati (7-0) 86, USC Upstate (5-4) 50.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Sean Kilpatrick scored 22 points leading Cincinnati to its most lopsided win of the season.
The Spartans turned it over 22 times, setting up 33 of Cincinnati's points.
Miami (1-4) 94, IPFW (6-4) 87.
OXFORD, OH (AP) — Will Felder scored 26 points, Will Sullivan added 23 and Miami came back from a 16-point halftime deficit to win its first game of the season.
Detroit (8-10) 107, Miami (14-4) 97.
MIAMI (AP) - Miami's 10-game winning streak was ended by visiting Detroit as Kyle Singler scored 18 points to lead seven Pistons in double figures.
LeBron James and Michael Beasley each had 23 points for the Heat, who were without guard Dwayne Wade due to a sore knee.
Oklahoma City (13-3) 97, Sacramento (4-12) 95.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — The Oklahoma City Thunder blew most of a 17-point, fourth-quarter lead before notching their eighth straight win.
Golden State (11-8) 112, Toronto (6-11) 103.
OAKLAND (AP) - Golden State trailed by 25 midway through the third quarter before pulling out a win.
Denver (11-6) 111, Brooklyn (5-13) 87.
BROOKLYN, NY (AP) — Timofey Mozgov had 17 points and a career-high 20 rebounds off the bench as Denver rolled to its seventh straight win.
Philadelphia (7-12) 126, Orlando (6-12) 125. Double Overtime
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Michael Carter-Williams had a triple-double of 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists as Philadelphia outlasted Orlando.
Memphis (9-8) 110, Phoenix (9-9) 91.
MEMPHIS (AP) — Jon Leuer scored a career-high 23 points on 10 of 13 shooting as Memphis hammered Phoenix.
Dallas (11-8) 89, Charlotte (8-11) 82.
DALLAS (AP) — Dirk Nowitzki dropped in 24 points and Monta Ellis added 22 as Dallas topped Charlotte.
Boston (8-12) 108, Milwaukee (3-14) 100.
BOSTON (AP) — Jordan Crawford scored 25 points and Jeff Green had 18 in Boston's win against Milwaukee.
Miami University hires Chuck Martin as football coach
OXFORD, OH (AP) — Notre Dame offensive coordinator Chuck Martin has accepted the job as head coach at struggling Miami.
Martin succeeds Don Treadwell, who was fired after the RedHawks lost their first five games. Treadwell, a Miami graduate, went 8-21 at his alma mater.
The RedHawks finished the season 0-12 under offensive coordinator Mike Bath, the interim coach. The RedHawks have won two or fewer games four times in the last eight seasons.
Martin spent the past four seasons at Notre Dame, serving as Head Coach Brain Kelly's offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach (2012-13) and defensive backs/recruiting coordinator (2010-11). In 2012, he orchestrated an offense that played in the BCS National Championship game versus Alabama. In 2011, he was named one of the top 25 recruiters in the nation by ESPN.com and was named to Rivals.com’s Second-Team Assistant Coach Dream Team.
Prior to arriving in South Bend, Martin was head coach and offensive coordinator for Grand Valley State University from 2004-2009 and compiled a 74-7 (.914) record, including an impressive 16-4 record in the NCAA Division II Playoffs. He succeeded Kelly as the Head Coach and the Lakers won back-to-back national championships in 2005 and 2006 and finished runner-up in 2009.
Buckeyes' Miller takes Big Ten offensive honors
CHICAGO (AP) — Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is the Big Ten's Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season.
Miller has averaged 265 yards of total offense and accounted for 29 total touchdowns while leading Ohio State to a 12-0 record despite a knee injury early in the season. The Buckeyes will play Michigan State in the Big Ten championship game on Saturday.
Wisconsin's Chris Borland was announced as the Defensive Player of the Year on Tuesday and Penn State's Christian Hackenberg as Freshman of the Year.
Michigan State's Mark Dantonio was selected Coach of the Year by both the coaches and media after leading the Spartans to an 11-1 record — 8-0 in conference play — and the Legends Division crown.
Bengals bring back OT Dennis Roland
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Bengals have brought back offensive tackle Dennis Roland, adding to their depth on their injury-depleted line.
Left guard Clint Boling tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during a 17-10 victory in San Diego on Sunday. The Bengals put him on injured reserve Tuesday.
Cincinnati is considering sliding left tackle Andrew Whitworth into Boling's spot and using Anthony Collins at left tackle, his best position. The Bengals (8-4) host the Colts (8-4) on Sunday. Indianapolis can clinch the AFC South championship with a win on Sunday or a Tennessee loss.
Roland has played for the Bengals since 2008. He played in the first three games this season and was released on Sept. 25. He re-signed with Cincinnati as a free agent.
With 2 QBs concussed, Browns sign Caleb Hanie
CLEVELAND (AP) — With Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell recovering from concussions, the Browns signed quarterback Caleb Hanie, who could start this week at New England.
The Browns worked out Hanie last week, but decided to sign Alex Tanney off Dallas' practice squad. Tanney backed up Weeden on Sunday against Jacksonville. Weeden was diagnosed with a concussion following the loss to the Jaguars and is following the NFL's program for head injuries.
Hanie gives the Browns another option as a starter this week against the Patriots. Coach Rob Chudzinski may choose to start him over Tanney because he has started four regular-season games.
Hanie spent four seasons backing up Jay Cutler in Chicago and spent last season behind Peyton Manning in Denver.
Campbell sustained a concussion last week against Pittsburgh. He has been cleared for football activities but not practice.
Rays acquire C Hanigan, RHP Bell in 3-team trade
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired catcher Ryan Hanigan from the Cincinnati Reds and reliever Heath Bell from the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-team trade.
Arizona dealt left-hander David Holmberg to Cincinnati.
The 33-year-old Hanigan is expected to become Tampa Bay's primary catcher.
Bell will be a candidate to become the Rays' closer.
Holmberg spent last season at AA Mobile, going 5-8 in 26 starts with a 2.75 ERA and 116 strikeouts in 157 innings.
Reds name 2014 Hall of Fame Class
CINCINNATI (REDS) - Outfielders Ken Griffey, Jr. and Dave Parker, second baseman Ron Oester and 19th century first baseman Jake Beckley will be the next four players inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame.
Griffey, Jr. was the top vote-getter selected by fans, alumni and media through the Modern Player Ballot, presented by Clark Schaefer Hackett.
Parker, Oester and Beckley were selected by the Veterans Committee, comprised of Reds Hall of Fame members and executives, baseball historians and members of the media.
The four will be honored during 2014 Reds Hall of Fame Induction Weekend, which will be announced at a later date.
Columbus (11-14-3) 1, Tampa Bay (16-10-1) 0.
COLUMBUS (AP) - Nick Foligno scored a highlight-reel goal through his own legs and Sergei Bobrovsky combined with Curtis McElhinney for the Blue Jackets' second shutout of the season. Bobrovsky stopped all 18 shots he faced before leaving with an unspecified injury 4:13 into the third period.