UC 77, South Florida 66|
Steve Logan's 31 points helped the Bearcats clinch a first-round bye for the conference tournament and put them one victory away from extending their string of regular-season titles.
Harnisch expects trade from Reds |
Eligible to become a free agent after this season, Cincinnati's top starting pitcher said he expects to be traded in the next few months after the club rejected his request for a two-year, $16 million deal.
Labor worries cast shadow over season|
Spring training isn't the same this year because nobody knows if spring training will be around next year. Baseball could be on the verge of another work stoppage.
Boys basketball | Girls basketball
Get a preview of tonight's showdown between No. 1 Winton Woods and No. 2 Western Hills, plus a preview of Saturday's girls district title games and a complete rundown on Thursday's games and all of the games from the past week.
Sports Headlines for Friday, March 02, 2001|
Grass is greener at Cinergy Field
A month away from opening day, Cinergy Field's first grass playing surface is greening up.
DAUGHERTY: Wohlers' story best in baseball
You learn who your friends are when your fastball dents the backstop and you can't play a simple game of toss. When you refuse to throw a breaking ball, for fear you might hurt someone ... who's with you then? Who's not?
Game Report: Reds 3, Indians 3
Six pitchers held Cleveland to three hits in the first exhibition game Thursday.
Larkin doesn't notice new strike zone
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. The new strike zone was either ignored or emphasized during Thursday's exhibition opener, depending on whom you talked to.
Dykstra quits as Single-A manager
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. Lenny Dykstra's managerial career ended Thursday before it began.
Bengals' test: Will they sign top free agent?
Ted Washington is a 350-pound piece of litmus paper.
Akili pleads not guilty to DUI
An attorney for Bengals quarterback Akili Smith entered a plea of not guilty Thursday morning to the player's misdemeanor drunken driving charge.
Bengals sign O'Dwyer, cut Carter
The Bengals signed guard Matt O'Dwyer to a three-year contract worth a reported $4.5 million and
Pickens, Stubblefield among NFL cuts
Former Bengals wide receiver Carl Pickens and defensive tackle Dana Stubblefield, a Cincinnati native, were among the salary-cap casualties cut Thursday.
Sato's defense has come a long way
For Romain Sato, offense was a given. A player who owns a 40-inch vertical leap and is the team's best pure shooter will dent the scorebook.
Xavier women sweep A-10's top honors
Xavier swept the individual awards at the Atlantic 10 women's basketball banquet Thursday.
Xavier women hope to land NCAA home games
This is the last women's basketball season in which first- and second-round NCAA Tournament games will be at campus sites. It is the first season Xavier has had a facility that could house such an event. It has the best team in school history.
Huggins lobbies to make Logan MVP
TAMPA, Fla. UC coach Bob Huggins believes if the Bearcats share the Conference USA regular-season title, junior guard Steve Logan should be the league's player of the year.
UC women pin NCAA hopes on C-USA tourney
Laurie Pirtle has not minced words with her University of Cincinnati women's basketball team.
UC's King win conference honor
Cincinnati's Valerie King was one of five players named to the Conference USA all-freshman team.
NKU men advance in tourney
Craig Sanders scored 26 points Thursday afternoon as Northern Kentucky defeated Missouri-St.Louis 82-72 in the first round of the men's Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament.
Miami to host MAC tourney game
The Miami RedHawks will host a first-round Mid-American Conference tournament game at 7 p.m. Monday at Millett Hall.
Prather sets record at Turfway
Turfway Park's leading rider, Kris Prather, who broke the track record for most wins in a day with six Feb.11, set another standard Thursday when she rode her 86th winner of the Winter/Spring meet. Prather's record was set on Weekend Escape in the second race.
Moeller puts 8 in state wrestling quarterfinals
COLUMBUS Moeller coach Jeff Gaier thought the Crusaders needed 10 wrestlers in the state meet to challenge Lakewood St.Edward's Division I dominance.
Div. I results | Div. II results | Div. III results
State gymnastics preview
When it comes to gymnastics at the state level, Cincinnati athletes have been at a disadvantage.
No. 2 West Hi guns for No. 1 Winton Woods
It's time for the Western Hills basketball team, ranked No.2 in The Enquirer's final Division I boys poll, to make a statement on the court.
Girls district basketball preview
Fourteen area girls basketball teams play Saturday for district championships.
Mariemont routs Batavia for sectional title
Adversity sometimes necessitates change, which can lead to success. The Mariemont basketball team, seeded No.1 in the Division III boys sectional tournament, is a prime example.
Dixie Heights moves past Lloyd to finals
VILLA HILLS Scott Draud prefers to learn basketball lessons after wins instead of losses. Draud and his Dixie Heights Colonels have at least two more classes.
N.Ky. boys basketball games
Newport Central Catholic rolled over Newport 68-41, and will face Highlands in the 36th District championship at 7:30 p.m. today at Bellevue.
N.Ky. girls basketball games
Molly Hall and Ashley Noll each hit a free throw in the last minute to help Holy Cross beat Holmes 53-48 in the 35th District title game Thursday at Notre Dame.
Ohio boys basketball scores
Ohio girls basketball scores
Indiana boys basketball scores
Kentucky boys basketball scores
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High time for 'new' strike zone
In perhaps the game's most revolutionary development since the designated hitter, umpires are being instructed to stop calling them as they see them and start calling them as they are.