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Astros 2, Reds 1
The big question about Deion Sanders when the Reds called him up: Can he hit? Now the Reds are wondering if he can catch.
Casey hitting his stride
To measure Sean Casey's progress this year, don't examine what he has done. Look at what he hasn't done.
Brower fills valuable role
The loss of Pete Harnisch to the disabled list Friday was tough for the Reds to take. But without Jim Brower it would have been a lot harder to deal with.
Young's back back
Dmitri Young started for the first time in six days in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader.
Five Questions with: Reggie Sanders
It wasn't supposed to be this way. Reggie Sanders was going to rise to stardom with the Reds and become a franchise fixture. Instead, he's playing with his fourth different team in four seasons. But don't cry for Sanders.
Marlins' Burnett no-hits Padres
SAN DIEGO A.J. Burnett threw the third no-hitter in the Florida Marlins' nine-year history, beating the San Diego Padres 3-0 Saturday night for the 24-year-old's first career complete game in the major leagues.
DAUGHERTY: Bengals had to help their image
The going rate for credibility comes in at about $26million. Corey Dillon gets the money; the Cincinnati Bengals get the legitimacy. Everyone else has to take the Bengals a little more seriously for a while.
Coaching moves take toll on others
When Skip Prosser learned Dave Odom had resigned as men's basketball coach at Wake Forest to take over at South Carolina, he gave it little thought.
Phillips, Tuukkanen cut by WNBA
Two of the three Xavier basketball players taken in last month's WNBA draft have been cut: Jennifer Phillips by the Charlotte Sting and Taru Tuukkanen by the New York Liberty.
Earnhardt questions follow NASCAR drivers
SPARTA, Ky. Michael Waltrip and Sterling Marlin, both key figures in the Feb.18 death of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, said Saturday time has eased some of the pain.
ARCA/RE/MAX Kentucky 150 results
Full house, field expected for Busch race
This weekend's racing at Kentucky Speedway was a warmup lap for the summer's big show, a NASCAR Busch race June 16.
Rainout doesn't dampen Carroll's spirit
SPARTA, Ky. In baseball terms, Kentucky Speedway batted .500 with the weather but a perfect 1.000 in customer satisfaction this weekend.
Best and worst of the week in sports
The Enquirer sports department's look at who rated good and bad this week in sports:
Good work, America: XFL is dead
Congratulations. You, the American viewer, did in one of the worst experiments in sports television history in four months.
Tiger, Annika coming to a course near you
Area fans will be treated in the next few weeks to the No.1 man and No.1 woman golfers in the world defending their championships at the PGA Tour Memorial and LPGA Champions Classic.
High School Insider
Identical twins Marcus and David Blanks have grown up participating in the same sports for the same teams.
Jackson, Orr together again
Louis Orr was on the phone. George Jackson, who had coached Withrow to two state Final Fours and possessed a glittering 311-146 record, knew at this moment his life might be about to change.
Fairfield 3-peats in sectional baseball
HAMILTON Winning Division I sectional championships is becoming a habit for coach Ralph Smith and the Fairfield baseball team.
Sectional baseball highlights
Pinch runner Brian Newton scored on a two-out single by Pat Joos in the seventh inning, giving the third-ranked Hamilton the upset over No.1 St. Xavier.
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NewCath (35-0) wins state softball title
It takes one word to describe Newport Central Catholic's slow-pitch softball season perfect.
Ky. state softball results
N.Ky. baseball highlights
Adam Kunkel drove in Nick Foltz with a two-out double in the top of the seventh to lift CovCath over Conner 1-0.
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