St. Joseph's looks to derail No. 24 Xavier
Something's got to give when the Musketeers take their new No. 24 ranking and the nation's fourth-longest road winning streak into Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse tonight, where the Hawks are unbeaten this season.
Guidugli reviewing UK commitment |
Gino Guidulgi, prized Highlands High School QB, is expected to reconsider UC and North Carolina - and possibly other schools - in the wake of Kentucky coach Hal Mumme's resignation.
Boys basketball | Girls basketball
McNicholas knocked off No. 3 Elder, No. 1 Winton Woods ran up 100 points, Campbell County surprised Conner and the McNicholas girls wrapped up their league title Tuesday night. Get the rundown on all of the games from the past week, plus the boys and girls sectional tournament schedules, this week's games and team-by-team schedules and rosters.
Sports Headlines for Wednesday, February 07, 2001|
SULLIVAN: Kids get caught in coaches' crises
Gino Guidugli could throw caution to the wind and probably produce a perfect spiral. He has that kind of arm, that kind of touch and that kind of confidence. He is a successful quarterback, however, because he has learned when to air it out and when to wait.
Local fans: Mumme had to go
Carl Hosea of Fort Thomas has weathered the good years and the bad with University of Kentucky football since his days as a UK student, and his opinion Tuesday was that Hal Mumme had to go.
DAUGHERTY: $280 M doesn't buy much ballpark these days
Dear fans: Welcome to Great American Ballpark, home of the Cincinna Red. And as soon as that bridge loan comes through, we'll be able to complete the spelling of our team name.
Portune: Why not consider refurbished Cinergy?
There seems to be a lot of confusion about my Jan. 31 suggestion, embraced by Hamilton County Commission President John Dowlin and County Administrator David Krings, that the county and Cincinnati Reds revisit the concept of a refurbished Cinergy Field. Allow me to explain.
Reds sign Sullivan for three years, $6.95 million
Having proven his durability, Scott Sullivan now has a chance to establish longevity.
Red-hot Kentucky beats No.8 Florida
LEXINGTON Tayshaun Prince made the shot of his life.
Miami embarks on rough road
The Miami RedHawks didn't have a lot of time to feel sorry for themselves after Saturday's 67-63 overtime loss to Bowling Green. The road ahead is too scary for them to dwell on the past.
McNicholas knocks off Elder in OT
After pulling off their biggest upset of the season Saturday with a victory over Cleveland St. Ignatius, which was ranked No.1 in Ohio in Division I, the Elder Panthers were victims of an upset Tuesday night.
Cincinnati boys basketball games
Winton Woods set school records for 3-pointers and total points in a 100-42 rout of Northwest.
Cincinnati girls basketball games
Sophomore Betsey Clark hit a free throw with .05 on the clock and McNicholas beat Purcell Marian 53-52 Tuesday to clinch the Girls Greater Catholic League Gray Division title.
N.Ky. boys basketball games
Campbell County, ranked No.9 in The Enquirer's Northern Kentucky coaches poll, upset No.4 Conner 65-54 in a boys basketball game Tuesday night.
Ohio girls basketball polls
Indiana boys basketball scores
Indiana girls basketball scores
Kentucky boys basketball scores
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Ohio boys basketball scores
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Boys basketball schedule
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Girls swimming honor roll
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Cincinnati high school results
S U N D A Y S P O T L I G H T |
Shula finds success after football
Dave Shula, now president of a restaurant chain, connects better with steakhouse employees than he ever did with Bengals players.
The new look of Cinergy Field
2001 Reds schedule
Cincinnati boys basketball rosters and schedules
Cincinnati girls basketball rosters and schedules
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