Tuesday, February 11, 2003

Thomas More 78, Mount St. Joseph 67



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The Saints (6-14) overcame a halftime deficit, giving them their highest win total since the 1998-99 season.

Marcus Johnson led TMC with 19 points. Chad Wachs added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Joe Stephens, Chris Washington and E.J. Engelkamp each had 13 points for the Lions (11-11).

Women

Mount St. Joseph 67, Thomas More 66

Rebecca Petty's jumper with 39 seconds remaining capped a 10-2 run for the Lions (14-8).

Virginia Grace paced The Mount with 24 points.

Holly Roberts collected 21 points and 15 rebounds for the Saints (12-11).




BENGALS / NFL
Lewis displays faith in Kitna
Transition tag set for Spikes
Seahawks hire Ferguson as general manager

UC BEARCATS
Quiet center makes noise for Bearcats
Bearcats allowed back in regular locker room

XAVIER
A patient Chalmers bides time
Four OTs no drag for XU women

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Wildcats doing their homework during streak
Pitino savors latest rebuilding job
Title talk dissipates at IU
Nothing certain this college basketball season
Arizona No. 1 for a third time
Longhorns end three-year skid against Sooners
Okafor, UConn beats Syracuse
Majerus wins 400th
Teams finish 4-on-4 after brawl leaves 19 ejected
Thomas More 78, Mount St. Joseph 67

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Withrow holds No. 1 ranking
Local, national polls
Monday's Ohio games
Monday's Kentucky games
Boys prep basketball leaders, standings
Prep hoops schedule for Tuesday

HOCKEY
Hull joins 700 club in career NHL goals
Boston U wins Beanpot, again

NBA
The brash new kids on the NBA block
Salvation for Pat Riley: become coach at UCLA
NBA: Here they come, down the stretch

BASEBALL
Baseball notebook

AUTO RACING
Green, Earnhardt take top two spots at Daytona
NASCAR lures open-wheel drivers
Q&A with rookie phenom McMurray
Daytona notebook

GOLF
Report: Sorenstam headed to Colonial

WESTMINSTER DOG SHOW
Mick is back and looking for prize that eludes him

PLAN YOUR DAY
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