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Elder and Western Hills won and St. Xavier and Moeller lost in district championships Saturday . . . Wyoming won a berth in the girls state semifinals but Mercy came up short . . . Highlands and Campbell Co. won sp0ts in the Kentucky Boys Sweet 16. Click here for the complete rundown.
Sports Headlines for Sunday, March 11, 2001|
Boxer in critical condition after N.Ky. fight
Former WBA heavyweight champion Greg Page, touted in his heyday as the next Muhammad Ali, was in critical condition at University Hospital on Saturday after collapsing during a match in Erlanger.
DAUGHERTY: High school would be good place for Knight
Texas Tech wants Bob Knight to coach its basketball team. The school is in Lubbock, Texas, which apparently is somewhere. Tech's previous coach, James Dickey, averaged 17 wins a season for 10 years. That should get him to the Hall of Fame or sainthood or both. Instead, he got fired Friday, with three years left on his contract.
Pivotal day for Xavier
It's just one season, one tournament, one decision from 12 jurors in an Indianapolis hotel suite. And yet it could be one of the most pivotal moments in Xavier's basketball history.
Temple wins A-10 Tournament
PHILADELPHIA John Chaney kept reminding his team how close it was to beating Duke. It paid off Saturday.
Huggins expects No. 5 seed for UC
The University of Cincinnati players were taking little consolation in the fact that despite losing Saturday's Ohio Casualty Group Conference USA Tournament final, they should not have to sweat out the NCAA Tournament draw.
UC bom-boarded by Charlotte
Charlotte manhandled UC on the boards and won the C-USA tournament 80-72.
SULLIVAN: UC guards too pooped to pop
If you want to know why the Cincinnati Bearcats stumbled down the stretch Saturday afternoon, it was because they were worn out. Just don't expect any of them to acknowledge it.
LOUISVILLE Amid the Charlotte celebration after the 49ers' 80-72 victory Saturday, senior guard Diego Guevara made it a point to run over to a section full of University of Cincinnati fans and shout at them.
Miami bubble bursts
CLEVELAND Miami's magic ride to the NCAA Tournament ended when the RedHawks ran into a team just like theirs.
Coles already looking ahead to next year
CLEVELAND Charlie Coles hated to see his Miami team's season end Saturday night with a 67-61 loss to Kent State in the Mid-American Conference finals. But he's already looking forward to next year.
Kentucky gets revenge on Arkansas
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Things are back to normal in the Southeastern Conference tournament. The Kentucky Wildcats are in the championship game once again.
Mississippi takes out No. 5 Florida
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Mississippi seniors Jason Flanigan and Rahim Lockhart didn't want a repeat of last season's last-place finish in the Southeastern Conference's Western Division. With the addition of freshmen Justin Reed and Aaron Harper, this year has been different.
NKU men fall to old foe
OWENSBORO, Ky. Lorico Duncan scored 20 points Saturday night as Kentucky Wesleyan defeated Northern Kentucky 59-57 in the championship game of the NCAA II Great Lakes Region Tournament.
Davis has Hoosiers in new territory
CHICAGO When Mike Davis took over in September, no one expected Indiana to contend for a Big Ten title.
Iowa, Indiana in Big Ten final
CHICAGO No time now for the Iowa Hawkeyes to be tired. Three wins in three days and they're one victory away from capturing the Big Ten Tournament and an automatic bid to the NCAAs.
Pitino signs on with CBS
The schools that want Rick Pitino to coach basketball aren't expecting him to get them to the NCAA Tournament play-in game. No, they're thinking about going straight to the Big Dance.
Harnisch shows his worth
SARASOTA, Fla. If Pete Harnisch isn't traded, he showed Saturday why the Reds are looking at him to be their ace.
Riedling looking like setup man
SARASOTA, Fla. It took John Riedling late into his seventh season in the Cincinnati organization before the Reds summoned him, one day before his 25th birthday, Aug.28. It figures to be a one-way ticket.
Pete Harnisch pitched five scoreless innings against the Devil Rays in Sarasota, Fla. Dennys Reyes gave up one run in four innings against the Kansas City Royals in Haines City.
Bengals focus on corner
The first week of NFL free agency was a numbers game for the Bengals.
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Best and worst of week in sports
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Elder beats Moeller on third try
DAYTON Elder's convincing 55-40 victory over Moeller Saturday in a Division I district championship game boils down to two inspired runs, two personnel mismatches and the confidence of 3-point specialist Mike Mahon.
Vandalia Butler ousts St. X in OT
DAYTON St.Xavier won the Division I state championship last year by playing nearly flawless basketball.
Western Hills earns rare trip to regional
DAYTON Playing in the Division I regional basketball tournament has been a rarity for the Western Hills Mustangs.
Campbell County wins 10th Region title
Junior forward Kevin Reinhardt and senior guard Steve Sigmon each scored 17 points in a 72-59 victory over Mason County on the Royals' floor.
Guidugli sends Highlands to Sweet 16
The play happened exactly how it was supposed to. Gino Guidugli took the ball at the top of the key, waited, and with seven seconds remaining, drove to the basket, scoring on an off-balanced 4-footer with 3.5 seconds.
Mercy gets none from Beavercreek
FAIRBORN It was bound to happen. Coming off mediocre performances against Fairfield and St. Ursula, the undefeated and No. 1 ranked Beavercreek Beavers put on a clinic Saturday at Wright State University's Nutter Center.
Wyoming upsets No. 1 Versailles
Behind a stifling defense, Wyoming took control early and never let up on the way to a 54-28 victory over Versailles, the No.1 team in the state Division III poll, in a regional final Saturday at Vandalia-Butler's Student Activity Center.
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