Sports Headlines for Thursday, May 24, 2001|
SULLIVAN: Scott dropping the ball
Darnay Scott was missing in action again Wednesday, still conspicuously absent from the Cincinnati Bengals' voluntary camp.
Seat suit settled; Bengals split cost
The lawsuit filed by Bengals fans unhappy with their seats in Paul Brown Stadium appears to be over. An agreement was reached late Wednesday, after Bengals officials assured Hamilton County Commissioner John Dowlin that they would pay at least as much as the county.
Balcomb interviews at Oregon
The two major schools with women's basketball coaching openings have Xavier's Melanie Balcomb on their short lists.
Golf Ranch built for instruction
Location, location, location, may be the mantra of the real estate industry, but it applies equally well to the new Golf Ranch Tri County facility.
Lessons require patience
Maybe the best line ever uttered about golf instruction was by the teacher who, when asked what he charged for a lesson, responded: Five half-hour lessons are $250. One lesson is $1,000.
Nicklaus says he's almost finished
PARAMUS, N.J. Jack Nicklaus' days as a competitive golfer may soon be coming to an end. Saying he doesn't want to be a ceremonial golfer, Nicklaus said Wednesday he would stop playing in professional tournaments unless his game improved.
Cubs 4, Reds 2
Here's all you need to know about the Reds' offense in May: Their batters have amassed more strikeouts (157) than hits (155).
Reds may call up Mercado
General manager Jim Bowden indicated that left-hander Hector Mercado, who already has served one stint with the Reds, could return from Triple-A Louisville to bolster the bullpen against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Cubs find relief
Put a Chicago Cubs reliever any reliever, it doesn't seem to matter who on the mound these days, and he's going to get the job done.
Regional softball highlights
Defending Division II state softball champion Kenton Ridge, ranked No.1 in the Associated Press state poll, was the team to beat coming into the regional semifinals. And the Ross Rams did just that.
Regional baseball tourney starts Friday
Elder coach Mark Thompson would not want to handicap the Division I baseball regional.
Regional baseball schedule
Boys track results
Girls track results
Boys lacrosse results
Boys volleyball schedule
N.Ky. baseball highlights
Challenged by Bishop Brossart baseball coach Bob Rowe before the 38th District semifinals, sophomore pitcher Steve Elix was up to the task.
N.Ky. baseball schedule
N.Ky. softball highlights
Lindsey Sendelbach and Melissa Morscher delivered the key hits, and pitcher Jasmine Vogelpohl won her 29th game to power Bishop Brossart over Pendleton County 6-1.
N.Ky. softball schedule