Sports agate — Dec. 2, 2017

Published Dec 2, 2017 at 4:00pm

BASKETBALL

Boys

Fowler 69, Oneida 65

Fowler scoring: Jones 21, Pattreson 15, Wilhite 14, Red 11, Musa 3, Wood 3, Wright 2.

Oneida scoring: A. Vaccaro 31, Jones 13, J. Vaccaro 8, D’arcangelis 4, Potter 4, Hawthorne 3, George 2.

Three-point baskets: Fowler Pattreson 3, Jones 2, Wilhite, Wood, Musa; Oneida, A. Vaccaro 3, Hawthorne.

Halftime: Fowler 34, Oneida 20

VVS 57, Unadilla Valley 40

VVS scoring: Moffett 23, Roden 14, Engler 10, Palmer 5, T. Horodnick 2, Janowski 2, Schaefer 1.

Unadilla Valley scoring: Jackson 19, Osborne 8, Gray 6, Rifanburg 4, Dye 3.

Three-point baskets: VVS, Palmer.

Halftime score: VVS 27, Unadilla Valley 21

Clinton 61, Mount Markham 60

Clinton scoring: Wilcox 16, Hobika 14, D’Oleo 12, Deveans 8, Lee 5, Garner 4, Glindmyer 2.

Mt. Markham scoring: King 27, Mondore 11, Litz 6, A. Linen-Holmes 4, R. Linen-Holmes 3, Murrary 2, Lohmann 2, Entwistle 2.

Three-point baskets: Clinton, Hobika, Lee; MM: King 6, Mondore.

Halftime: Mount Markham 35, Clinton 22

Adirondack 53, Tupper Lake 45

Adirondack scoring: Fauvelle 21, A. Gaylord 11, Dorrity 10, Mooney 6, Serra 3, M. Gaylord 2.

Three-point baskets: Adirondack, Fauvelle 3, A. Gaylord 2, Serra.

Halftime: Tupper Lake 30, Adirondack 23

BOWLING

Boys

At State Bowling Center

RFA 6, CVA 5

RFA high game and series: Houle, 266 and 671. Other scores: Clark, 615.

CVA high game and series: Fisher, 278 and 703.

Total pins: RFA 3889, CVA 3778.

Girls

At King Pin Lanes

RFA 9.5, CVA 1.5

RFA high game and series: Matt and Fulgieri, 193 and 543; Other scores: Matt, 535.

CVA high game and series: Ferlo, 186 and 492.

At CAC

New Hartford 6.5, VVS 4.5

VVS high game and series: O’Herien, 226 and 614. Other scores: Gowans, 167 and 413.

NH high game and series: Ryan, 226 and 611; Other scores: MacDonald, 169 and 468; Jones, 166 and 466.

HOCKEY

Liverpool 4, RFA 1

Liverpool 2 0 2 — 4

RFA 0 0 1 — 1

Liverpool scoring (goals-assists): Furguson 2-1, Welch 1-1, Langlois 1-0, Boland 0-1.

RFA scoring: Hussey 1-0, Lubey 0-1.

Goalie saves: Liverpool, Buza 17; RFA, Siderine 24.

VOLLEYBALL

Girls

Oneida 25-25-25, RFA 17-19-19

Oneida leaders: Ford 3 aces, 6 digs, 6 kills; Fox 7 assists; Friske 2 aces, 7 digs, 2 kills; Jones 3 blocks, 3 digs, 8 kills; Moyer 3 assists, 3 digs, 2 kills; Pickard 3 blocks, 7 kills; Smith 3 aces, 6 digs, 4 kills; Vecchario 2 aces, 20 assists, 9 digs.

RFA leaders: Bartolotti 3 aces, 2 kills, 2 digs; Castillo 3 assists; Guilliano 10 digs; Hunziker 8 assists; Keeney 4 kills, 3 blocks; Mastracco 4 kills; Pabis 7 digs; Reilley 3 kills.

KING PIN LANES

Jack Spencer Memorial League

Dave York and Kevin Kotary, 279 and 719. York, 668; Rick Nasci, 643; Dave Nimmo, 637; Jan Sega, 630; Ben Kimball, 627; Randy Solon, 620; Vin Narolis, 610.

National Football League

American Conference

East

W L T Pct PF PA

New England 9 2 0 .818 325 220

Buffalo 6 5 0 .545 224 260

N.Y. Jets 4 7 0 .364 228 257

Miami 4 7 0 .364 174 289

South

W L T Pct PF PA

Tennessee 7 4 0 .636 242 269

Jacksonville 7 4 0 .636 269 168

Houston 4 7 0 .364 283 285

Indianapolis 3 8 0 .273 195 300

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Pittsburgh 9 2 0 .818 258 193

Baltimore 6 5 0 .545 236 187

Cincinnati 5 6 0 .455 199 215

Cleveland 0 11 0 .000 166 289

West

W L T Pct PF PA

Kansas City 6 5 0 .545 272 236

L.A. Chargers 5 6 0 .455 249 202

Oakland 5 6 0 .455 225 261

Denver 3 8 0 .273 197 280

National Conference

East

W L T Pct PF PA

Philadelphia 10 1 0 .909 351 191

Dallas 6 6 0 .500 286 284

Washington 5 7 0 .417 272 314

N.Y. Giants 2 9 0 .182 172 267

South

W L T Pct PF PA

New Orleans 8 3 0 .727 322 222

Carolina 8 3 0 .727 248 207

Atlanta 7 4 0 .636 265 230

Tampa Bay 4 7 0 .364 223 262

North

W L T Pct PF PA

Minnesota 9 2 0 .818 271 195

Detroit 6 5 0 .545 294 264

Green Bay 5 6 0 .455 232 261

Chicago 3 8 0 .273 177 252

West

W L T Pct PF PA

L.A. Rams 8 3 0 .727 329 206

Seattle 7 4 0 .636 266 212

Arizona 5 6 0 .455 203 278

San Francisco 1 10 0 .091 187 284

Thursday’s Game

Dallas 38, Washington 14

Sunday’s Games

Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 1

Minnesota at Atlanta, 1

San Francisco at Chicago, 1

Detroit at Baltimore, 1

Denver at Miami, 1

Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 1

Houston at Tennessee, 1

Kansas City at N.Y. Jets, 1

New England at Buffalo, 1

Cleveland at L.A. Chargers, 4:05

Carolina at New Orleans, 4:25

L.A. Rams at Arizona, 4:25

N.Y. Giants at Oakland, 4:25

Philadelphia at Seattle, 8:30

Monday’s Game

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 8:30

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Friday’s Score

Far West

Southern Cal 31, Stanford 28

National Hockey League

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Tampa Bay 25 17 6 2 36 90 65

Toronto 27 17 9 1 35 98 82

Montreal 27 12 12 3 27 68 85

Boston 23 11 8 4 26 63 68

Detroit 26 10 11 5 25 73 80

Ottawa 24 9 9 6 24 74 81

Florida 25 10 13 2 22 73 85

Buffalo 26 6 16 4 16 55 89

Metropolitan Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Columbus 26 17 8 1 35 76 62

New Jersey 25 15 6 4 34 80 75

NY Islanders 25 15 8 2 32 94 82

Pittsburgh 27 14 10 3 31 78 90

NY Rangers 26 14 10 2 30 87 78

Washington 26 14 11 1 29 76 80

Carolina 24 10 9 5 25 69 75

Philadelphia 25 8 10 7 23 70 78

Western Conference

Central Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Winnipeg 26 16 6 4 36 89 71

St. Louis 26 17 8 1 35 87 70

Nashville 25 15 7 3 33 79 73

Dallas 25 14 10 1 29 74 72

Chicago 25 12 9 4 28 79 67

Minnesota 25 12 10 3 27 76 76

Colorado 24 12 10 2 26 77 75

Pacific Division

GP W L OT Pts GF GA

Los Angeles 27 16 8 3 35 82 60

Vegas 25 15 9 1 31 87 80

San Jose 24 14 8 2 30 63 52

Calgary 25 14 10 1 29 73 76

Vancouver 26 12 10 4 28 73 76

Anaheim 26 11 11 4 26 70 79

Edmonton 26 10 14 2 22 71 87

Arizona 28 6 18 4 16 66 101

Note: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Top three teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.

Friday’s Games

N.Y. Rangers 5, Carolina 1

Columbus 4, Anaheim 2

Pittsburgh 4, Buffalo 0

Ottawa 6, N.Y. Islanders 5

San Jose 2, Florida 1

Winnipeg 7, Vegas 4

Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 1

New Jersey 2, Colorado 1

Saturday’s Games

Boston at Philadelphia, 1

St. Louis at Minnesota, 6

Buffalo at Pittsburgh, 7

Detroit at Montreal, 7

Columbus at Washington, 7

Toronto at Vancouver, 7

San Jose at Tampa Bay, 7

Florida at Carolina, 7

Anaheim at Nashville, 8

New Jersey at Arizona, 8

Chicago at Dallas, 9

Edmonton at Calgary, 10

Sunday’s Games

Los Angeles at Chicago, 7

Ottawa at Winnipeg, 7

Arizona at Vegas, 8

Dallas at Colorado, 8

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MINOR HOCKEY

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

WB/Scranton 18 13 4 0 1 27 71 52

Lehigh Valley 22 13 7 0 2 28 80 76

Providence 19 11 6 2 0 24 53 48

Bridgeport 20 12 7 1 0 25 69 56

Charlotte 22 13 8 0 1 27 80 67

Hershey 22 9 10 0 3 21 59 75

Hartford 23 8 12 2 1 19 60 83

Springfield 24 9 14 1 0 19 66 76

North Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

Toronto 22 17 5 0 0 34 71 41

Rochester 21 11 5 3 2 27 72 68

Syracuse 21 9 9 1 2 21 60 66

Laval 23 9 9 3 2 23 74 84

Utica 20 9 9 1 1 20 60 63

Belleville 23 10 11 0 2 22 64 80

Binghamton 20 7 10 3 0 17 55 66

Western Conference

Central Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

Manitoba 23 16 5 1 1 34 86 52

Milwaukee 20 11 8 1 0 23 60 58

Iowa 21 11 8 2 0 24 65 64

Rockford 22 12 9 1 0 25 67 66

Cleveland 18 7 7 2 2 18 41 55

Grand Rapids 21 8 10 0 3 19 65 69

Chicago 20 5 10 4 1 15 54 67

Pacific Division

GP W L OL SOL Pts GF GA

Tucson 16 10 3 2 1 23 56 43

Stockton 20 12 6 0 2 26 66 52

Texas 22 13 8 0 1 27 66 72

San Antonio 21 11 9 1 0 23 69 66

Ontario 17 8 8 0 1 17 37 37

San Jose 17 8 8 0 1 17 47 50

Bakersfield 19 8 9 2 0 18 51 59

San Diego 19 8 10 1 0 17 59 72

Note: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss.

Friday’s Games

Bridgeport 7, Utica 6, OT

Toronto 3, Belleville 1

Syracuse 2, Laval 1

Texas 5, Grand Rapids 4, SO

Lehigh Valley 7, Hershey 2

Hartford 5, Rochester 4, SO

Providence 3, Binghamton 2

WB/Scranton 5, Milwaukee 4, OT

Charlotte 4, Springfield 1

Rockford 4, Chicago 3, OT

Iowa 5, San Antonio 3

San Diego 3, Ontario 2

Bakersfield 4, Stockton 3, SO

Saturday’s Games

Hartford at Toronto, 4

Utica at Bridgeport, 7

Belleville at Syracuse, 7

Milwaukee at Hershey, 7

Texas at Rockford, 7

Rochester at WB/Scranton, 7:05

Binghamton at Providence, 7:05

Laval at Lehigh Valley, 7:05

Grand Rapids at Chicago, 8

Cleveland at Manitoba, 8

Iowa at San Antonio, 8

Sunday’s Games

Springfield at Charlotte, 1

Providence at Bridgeport, 3

WB/Scranton at Hershey, 5

Ontario at Tucson, 6:05

San Jose at Bakersfield, 8

Friday’s Summary

Bridgeport 7, Utica 6; OT

Bridgeport 2 2 2 1— 7
Utica 1 3 2 0 — 6

1st Period-1, Utica, Boucher 10 (Subban, Darcy), 0:44. 2, Bridgeport, Bernier 8 (Fritz, Lafranchise), 11:37. 3, Bridgeport, Eansor 9 (Bernier, Aho), 13:46 (PP). Penalties-C. Jones Bri (tripping), 3:56; Gionta Bri (fighting), 11:46; Subban Uti (fighting), 11:46; Darcy Uti (interference), 12:38.

2nd Period-4, Utica, Boucher 11 (Megna), 1:29 (PP). 5, Utica, LaBate 3 3:23. 6, Bridgeport, Fritz 5 (Lafranchise), 5:01. 7, Utica, Chaput 7 (Boucher, Wiercioch), 9:13 (PP). 8, Bridgeport, C. Bailey 4 (Dal Colle, Vande Sompel), 16:09 (PP). Penalties-C. Jones Bri (holding), 0:30; Bernier Bri (interference), 9:06; served by C. Bailey Bri (bench minor - abuse of officials), 9:13; Brisebois Uti (hooking), 14:27; LaBate Uti (elbowing), 16:25.

3rd Period-9, Utica, Chaput 8 (MacEwen, Boucher), 6:58. 10, Bridgeport, Helgeson 2 (Fritz, Bernier), 7:27. 11, Bridgeport, Toews 5 (Aho, Fritz), 12:30 (PP). 12, Utica, Wiercioch 3 (MacEwen), 16:52. Penalties-Toews Bri (tripping), 1:16; Chaput Uti (hooking), 12:16.

OT Period-13, Bridgeport, Fritz 6 (Toews, Aho), 4:52 (PP). Penalties-Darcy Uti (tripping), 3:25.

Shots on Goal-Bridgeport 9-14-12-5-40. Utica 10-13-7-1-31. Power Play Opportunities-Bridgeport 4/5; Utica 2/5. Goalies-Bridgeport, Gibson 8-4-0 (31 shots-25 saves). Utica, Demko 7-5-2 (40 shots-33 saves).
A-3,917

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COLLEGE HOCKEY

Friday’s Scores

East

Bentley 6, American Intl. 2

Holy Cross 4, RIT 2

Mercyhurst 3, Sacred Heart 2, OT

Boston U. 7, Boston College 4

Vermont 2, Maine 2, OT

Northeastern 3, Merrimack 1

UMass 4, UConn 2

Providence 5, New Hampshire 2

Harvard 6, Quinnipiac 2

RPI 2, Yale 1

Norwich 2, Castleton 0

Princeton 9, Dartmouth 2

Union (NY) 3, Brown 1

Midwest

Adrian 4, St. Scholastica 1

Miami (Ohio) 2, Cornell 1

Ferris St. 2, Alaska Anchorage 0

Alaska 5, Lake Superior St. 3

N. Michigan 3, Ala.-Huntsville 1

Penn St. 5, Ohio St. 5, OT

Notre Dame 3, Michigan St. 1

Bowling Green 3, Bemidji St. 1

Minnesota 5, Wisconsin 4

Denver 1, Minn.-Duluth 0

St. Cloud St. 7, Omaha 4

North Dakota 4, W. Michigan 3

Far West

Niagara 6, Air Force 3

National Basketball Association

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

Boston 19 4 .826 —

Toronto 14 7 .667 4

Philadelphia 12 9 .571 6

New York 11 10 .524 7

Brooklyn 8 13 .381 10

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Washington 12 10 .545 —

Miami 11 11 .500 1

Orlando 9 14 .391 3.5

Charlotte 8 13 .381 3.5

Atlanta 4 17 .190 7.5

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Cleveland 15 7 .682 —

Detroit 14 7 .667 .5

Milwaukee 11 9 .550 3

Indiana 12 11 .522 3.5

Chicago 3 18 .143 11.5

Western Conference

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

Houston 17 4 .810 —

San Antonio 15 7 .682 2.5

New Orleans 11 11 .500 6.5

Memphis 7 14 .333 10

Dallas 5 17 .227 12.5

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Portland 13 9 .591 —

Denver 12 9 .571 .5

Minnesota 13 10 .565 .5

Utah 12 11 .522 1.5

Oklahoma City 9 12 .429 3.5

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

Golden State 17 6 .739 —

L.A. Clippers 8 12 .400 7.5

L.A. Lakers 8 13 .381 8

Phoenix 8 15 .348 9

Sacramento 7 15 .318 9.5

Friday’s Games

Golden State 133, Orlando 112

Washington 109, Detroit 91

Toronto 120, Indiana 115

Miami 105, Charlotte 100

Oklahoma City 111, Minnesota 107

Sacramento 107, Chicago 106

San Antonio 95, Memphis 79

Utah 114, New Orleans 108

Saturday’s Games

Phoenix at Boston, 1

L.A. Clippers at Dallas, 2

Atlanta at Brooklyn, 3

Detroit at Philadelphia, 7:30

Memphis at Cleveland, 7:30

Sacramento at Milwaukee, 8:30

L.A. Lakers at Denver, 9

New Orleans at Portland, 10

Sunday’s Games

Orlando at New York, 3:30

Golden State at Miami, 7

L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, 7

San Antonio at Oklahoma City, 7

Houston at L.A. Lakers, 9:30

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Friday’s Scores

East

Army 81, UMBC 70

Manhattan 70, Holy Cross 54

Navy 82, Delaware 76

Pittsburgh 76, Duquesne 64

Towson 67, La Salle 60

Wagner 78, Fairfield 76

South

Alcorn St. 89, Rust College 50

Grambling St. 64, Georgia Tech 63

High Point 90, Johnson & Wales (NC) 54

Louisiana-Lafayette 105, Nicholls 80

Marist 100, The Citadel 91

North Carolina 85, Davidson 75

Purdue 80, Maryland 75

Stetson 85, Edward Waters 52

Midwest

Bradley 67, E. Illinois 56

Cent. Michigan 70, Jackson St. 63

Northwestern 72, Illinois 68, OT

Ohio 80, Coppin St. 37

Southwest

Texas A&M-CC 80, Texas Lutheran University 42

Far West

Boise St. 73, Oregon 70

Gonzaga 91, Creighton 74

Idaho St. 92, Bethesda 71

PGA Tour

$3.5M Hero World Challenge

At Albany Golf Club

Nassau, Bahamas

Par 72

Second Round

Charley Hoffman 69-63—132 -12

Jordan Spieth 68-67—135 -9

Tommy Fleetwood 66-69—135 -9

Justin Rose 68-68—136 -8

Hideki Matsuyama 71-66—137 -7

Tiger Woods 69-68—137 -7

Francesco Molinari 69-68—137 -7

Matt Kuchar 67-70—137 -7

Rickie Fowler 67-70—137 -7

Patrick Reed 72-66—138 -6

Kevin Chappell 68-70—138 -6

Justin Thomas 69-70—139 -5

Dustin Johnson 68-72—140 -4

Henrik Stenson 70-71—141 -3

Alex Noren 73-69—142 -2

Kevin Kisner 70-72—142 -2

Daniel Berger 75-73—148 +4

Brooks Koepka 71-78—149 +5

Home team in caps

PRO FOOTBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

Sunday

Week 13

BALTIMORE 3 Detroit

CHICAGO 3 San Fran

ATLANTA 3 Minnesota

New England 81/2 BUFFALO

Denver 11/2 MIAMI

TENNESSEE 61/2 Houston

JACKSONVILLE 91/2 Indianapolis

GREEN BAY 21/2 Tampa Bay

Kansas City 31/2 NY JETS

NEW ORLEANS 5 Carolina

LA CHARGERS 14 Cleveland

LA Rams 7 ARIZONA

OAKLAND 81/2 NY Giants

Philadelphia 51/2 SEATTLE

Monday

Pittsburgh 41/2 CINCIN

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

GEORGIAST 6 Idaho

APP ST 141/2 UL-Lfyette

Georgia Southern 2 C. CARLNA

ARK ST Pick’em Troy

N. MEX ST 91/2 S. Alabama

Massachusetts 1 FLA INTL

FLORIDA ST 261/2 UL-Monroe

Conference USA
Championship Game

FAU Stadium-Boca Raton, FL.

Florida Atlantic 111/2 N. Texas

American Athletic
Championship Game

Spectrum Stadium Orlando, FL.

Central Florida 7 Memphis

MAC Championship Game

Ford Field-Detroit, MI.

Toledo 211/2 Akron

SEC Championship Game

Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA.

Auburn 1 Georgia

Mountain West
Championship Game

Albertsons Stadium-Boise, ID.

Boise St 91/2 Fresno St

ACC Championship Game

Bank of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC.

Clemson 91/2 Miami-Floa

Big 10 Championship Game

Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, IN.

Ohio St. 6 Wisconsin

Big 12 Championship Game

AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX.

Oklahoma 7 Tcu

PRO BASKETBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

BOSTON 13 Phoenix

DALLAS 5 LA Clippers

BROOKLYN 41/2 Atlanta

PHILADELPHIA 5 Detroit

CLEVELAND 111/2 Memphis

MILWAUKEE 111/2 Sacramento

DENVER OFF LA Lakers

PORTLAND 31/2 New Orleans

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

XAVIER 2 Cincinnati

South Alabama 21/2 FLA INTL

MICHIGAN 71/2 Indiana

Colorado 3 CLRDO ST

MARQUETTE 4 Georgia

MARSHALL 21/2 Akron

Wichita St 1 BAYLOR

BALL ST 91/2 Iupui

DEPAUL 151/2 Youngs St

St. Bonaventure 1 BUFFALO

BUTLER 121/2 St. Louis

ILLINOIS ST 3 Tulsa

JAMES MADISON 3 Charlotte

KENT ST 8 Cleveland St

W. MICHIGAN OFF Oakland

LOYOLA CHICAGO 10 Ill Chicago

VCU 31/2 O. Dominion

W. KENTUCKY 9 Wright St

WASHINGTON ST 7 UC Davis

KENTUCKY 201/2 Harvard

NORTHEASTERN 71/2 Cornell

S. ILLINOIS 121/2 San Jose St

WAKE FOREST 91/2 Richmond

WISCONSIN 101/2 Ohio St

IOWA 1 Penn St

TCU 141/2 Yale

OREGON ST 91/2 Loy Mary

Villanova 131/2 ST. JOSPH’S

WYOMING 11 Drake

APP ST 7 S. Florida

Fresno St 51/2 L. BECH ST

RHODE ISLAND 31/2 Providence

S. CAROLINA 131/2 UMass

UTAH 141/2 Hawaii

Arkansas 31/2 HOUSTON

Virginia Tech 21/2 MISS

UT ARLINGTON 181/2 N. Texas

ARIZONA ST 141/2 San Fran

Byu 11/2 UTAH ST

New Mexico 3 UTEP

Nevada 111/2 C. IRVINE

CAL POLY SLO 71/2 Pepperdine

CAL SANTA BARB 21/2 San Diego

SMU 2 Usc

Arizona 31/2 UNLV

Saint Mary’s, CA 71/2 CAL

DENVER 51/2 Air Force

DUKE 191/2 S. Dakota

ARK L. ROCK 4 O. Roberts

Rider 21/2 DREXEL

CONNECTICUT 7 Monmouth

TENN CHAT 7 Tenn Martin

FURMAN 7 Tenn Tech

MEMPHIS 21/2 Mercer

N. KENTUCKY 151/2 Morehead St

ELON 51/2 St. Peter’s

CANISIUS 71/2 Dartmouth

W. ILLINOIS 5 Miami-Ohio

S. DAKOTA ST 21/2 Missouri St

WISC MILWA 5 Montana St

BELMONT 141/2 Wisc Gr. Bay

Belfast Basketball Classic

SSE Arena-Belfast
Northern Ireland.

Final Round

La Salle 91/2 Holy Cross

Towson 131/2 Manhattan

Hoophall Miami Invitational

American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL.

Kansas 111/2 Syracuse

Miami-Florida 15 Princeton

HOCKEY

Favorite Goals Underdog

PHILA Even-1/2 Boston

MINNESOTA Even-1/2 St. Louis

WASH Even-1/2 Columbus

PITTSBURGH 11/2-2 Buffalo

Toronto Even-1/2 VANCOU

TAMPA BAY 1/2-1 San Jose

MONTREAL 1/2-1 Detroit

NASHVILLE 1/2-1 Anaheim

ARIZONA Even-1/2 New Jersey

CAROLINA 1/2-1 Florida

DALLAS Even-1/2 Chicago

CALGARY Even-1/2 Edmonton​

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BASEBALL

American League

BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Agreed to terms with C Armando Araiza, RHP Ralston Cash, LHP Josh Edgin, RHP Jeff Ferrell, RHP Jhan Marinez, INF Angelo Mora, LHP Ryan O’Rourke, C Yojhan Quevedo, 1B Ryan Ripken, LHP Joely Rodriguez, INF Garabez Rosa, INF Erick Salcedo, INF Luis Sardinas and INF Ruben Tejada on minor league contracts.n

CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Agreed to terms with C Welington Castillo on a two-year contract and RHP Danny Farquhar on a one-year contract. Failed to tender contract offers to RHP Al Alburquerque, SS Alen Hanson, RHP Jake Petricka and RHP Zach Putnam.

CLEVELAND INDIANS — Agreed to terms with OF Abraham Almonte and RHP Danny Otero on one-year contracts. Promoted Brad Grant to vice president, baseball operations-strategy and administration. Named Scott Barnsby director, amateur scouting.

DETROIT TIGERS — Failed to tender contract offer to RHP Bruce Rondon.

HOUSTON ASTROS — Failed to tender contract offer to RHP Mike Fiers.

KANSAS CITY ROYALS — Agreed to terms with RHP Mike Morin on a one-year contract. Failed to tender contract offer to OF Terrance Gore and agreed to terms on a minor league contract.

LOS ANGELES ANGELS — Agreed to terms with RHP Blake Wood on a one-year contract.

SEATTLE MARINERS — Agreed to terms with INF Andrew Romine on a one-year contract. Failed to tender contract offers to RHP Shae Simmons and LHP Drew Smyly.

TAMPA BAY RAYS — Failed to tender contract offer to LHP Xavier Cedeno.

TEXAS RANGERS — Failed to tender contract offers to SS Hanser Alberto, RHP Alex Gonzalez, RHP A.J. Griffin and RHP Nick Martinez.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS — Acquired INF Aledmys Diaz from the St. Louis Cardinals for OF J.B. Woodman. Failed to tender contract offers to 2B Ryan Goins and RHP Tom Koehler.

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS — Failed to tender contract offer to RHP J.J. Hoover and LHP T.J. McFarland.

ATLANTA BRAVES — Claimed RHP Chase Whitley off waivers from Tampa Bay and agreed to terms on a one-year contract. Failed to tender contract offer to 1B Matt Adams, INF/OF Jace Peterson and OF Danny Santana.

CHICAGO CUBS — Agreed to terms with LHP Dario Alvarez on a one-year contract. Failed to tender contract offer to C Taylor Davis and RHP Hector Rondon.

CINCINNATI REDS — Failed to tender contract offer to LHP Kyle Crockett.

LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Promoted Brandon Gomes to director, player development. Named Ron Porterfield director, player health. Agreed to terms with RHP Yimi Garcia on a one-year contract.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Agreed to terms with C Stephen Vogt and RHP Jeremy Jeffress on one-year contracts. Failed to tender contract offer to RHP Jared Hughes.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES — Promoted Bryan Minniti to assistant general manager; Chris Cashman to manager, player procurement; Frank Coppenbarger to special assistant, ballpark projects; Greg Schilz to assistant director, amateur scouting; Brad Holland to southwest regional scouting supervisor; Jesus Mendez to international scouting coordinator and Carlos Salas to Latin American scouting coordinator. Named Chris Young assistant pitching coach; Mike Calitri manager, advance scouting; Dana Parks coordinator, player development; Corinne Landrey analyst, baseball research & development; Mike Koplove special assignment scout; Erick Dalton and Todd Donovan professional scouts; Buddy Hernandez southeast regional scouting supervisor; Stewart Smothers northeast regional scouting supervisor; Jeff Zona Jr., Connor Betbeze, Chris Duffy and Kellan McKeon area scouts; Oneri Fleita scouting supervisor, Mexico; Roberto Aquino Dominican Republic scouting crosschecker; Juan Feliciano de Castro, Franklin Felida, Bernardo Perez and Andres Hiraldo Dominican Republic area scouts; Ubaldo Heredia Latin American scouting crosschecker; Dargello Lodowica international scout, Antilles; Isao O’Jimi international scout, Japan; and William Mota, Romulo Oliveros and Ebert Velasquez, Venezuela area scouts; Derrick Chung international pro scout; and Keith Rudolf team chef. Announced the retirements of senior advisor, international operations Benny Looper and pro scourt Del Unser.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Named Steve Williams director, pro scouting; Junior Vizcaino director, international scouting; Sean McNally and Greg Smith special assistants to the general manager; Justin Meccage assistant pitching coach; Joe Douglas and Justin Newman baseball informatics, quantitative analysts; Trey Rose baseball operations assistant; and John Birkbeck and Matt Taylor scouting assistants.

SAN DIEGO PADRES — Agreed to terms with LHP Robbie Erlin on a one-year contract.

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS — Failed to tender contract offer to RHP Albert Suarez.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NBA — Suspended New Orleans F Anthony Davis d $25,000 for verbally abusing a game official and failing to leave the court in a timely manner following his ejection during a Nov. 29 game against Minnesota.

ATLANTA HAWKS — Assigned G Josh Magette to Erie (NBAGL).

CHICAGO BULLS — Assigned G Kay Felder to Windy City (NBAGL). Recalled Gs Kay Felder and Zach LaVine, and F Nikola Miroti from Windy City.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

NFL — Suspended Carolina DE Charles Johnson four games for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances. Fined Oakland G Gabe Jackson $30,387 for making contact with an official during a Nov. 24 game against Denver. Fined Denver S Darian Stewart $24,309 for his hit on Oakland WR Amari Cooper. Fined Los Angeles Rams S Blake Countess $24,309 for his helmet-to-helmet hit on New Orleans TE Coby Fleener. Fined Cleveland S Jabrill Peppers $24,308 for his illegal hit on Cincinnati WR Josh Malone. Fined Kansas City S Daniel Sorenson (roughing the passer), Indianapolis LB Antonio Morrison (horse-collar tackle) and Arizona LB Chandler Jones (roughing the passer), $18,231 apiece. Fined Cleveland WR Bryce Treggs $12,154 for taunting after a play during a game against Cincinnati. Fined Miami CB Bobby McCain $9,115 for throwing a punch at New England WR Danny Amendola.

ARIZONA CARDINALS — Signed DL Corey Peters to a three-year contract extension through the 2020 season.

DETROIT LIONS — Signed LB Thurston Armbrister to the practice squad. Released C Leo Koloamatangi from the practice squad.

GREEN BAY PACKERS — Signed WR Michael Clark from the practice squad. Placed RB Ty Montgomery on injured reserve.

NEW YORK JETS — Signed WR Tre McBride to the practice squad. Placed DL Claude Pelon on practice squad/injured.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS — Recalled G Jean-Francois Berube from Rockford (AHL). Placed G Corey Crawford on injured reserve.

NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Promoted Jeff Kealty to director of player personnel.

NEW JERSEY DEVILS — Activated F Marcus Johansson off injured reserve.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING — Recalled F Cory Conacher from Syracuse (AHL).

ECHL

READING ROYALS — Announced D Frank Hora was recalled by Lehigh Valley (AHL).

OLYMPICS

INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE — Banned Russian biathlete Olga Zaitseva and Russian cross-country skiers Anastasia Dotsenko and Yulia Chekaleva for doping.

USADA — Announced the Court of Arbitration for Sport imposed a two-year period of ineligibility for bobsled athlete Ryan Bailey for an anti-doping violation. Bailey will receive credit for a provisional suspension served between Jan. 29 and July 9, 2017, toward his two-year sanction.

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

ATLANTA UNITED — Signed G Mitch Hildebrandt.

COLUMBUS CREW — Exercised the 2018 options for Ds Lalas Abubakar, Harrison Afful, Connor Maloney and Josh Williams; Ms Artur, Mohammed Abu, Niko Hansen and Cristian Martinez; and F Ola Kamara.

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES — Signed D Joel Qwiberg to a multiyear contract.

SPORTING KANSAS CITY — Named Meghan Cameron assistant director of player personnel.

United Soccer League

NEW YORK RED BULLS II — Exercised the 2018 options for M Andrew Tinari and Ds Noah Powder, Ethan Kutler and Jordan Scarlett. Announced F Douglas Martinez will return to CD Vida (Honduras) at the end of his loan.

National Women’s Soccer League

REAL SALT LAKE — Announced the franchise will be named the Utah Royals.

WASHINGTON SPIRIT — Named Santino Quaranta technical director of Washington Spirit Academy - Baltimore Armour.

WINTERSPORTS

INTERNATIONAL BOBSLED AND SKELETON FEDERATION — Lifted the suspensions of Russian Bobsleigh Federation President Aleksandr Zubkov and skeleton racers Aleksandr Tretiakov and Elena Nikitina.

COLLEGE

NCAA — Banned the Mississippi football program two years and placed them on probation three more years through November 30, 2020, for lack of institutional control and rules infractions. Suspended former football coach Hugh Freeze two conference games during the 2018 season if he’s employed as a head coach at another school.

DAYTON — Named Kevin Gilhuly assistant coach (throws) for women’s track and field.

FLORIDA STATE — Announced the resignation of football coach Jimbo Fisher to take the same job at Texas A&M.

MONTANA — Named Bobby Hauck football coach and agreed to a three-year contract through the 2020 season.

OREGON STATE — Announced G JaQuori McLaughlin has asked for his release from the men’s basketball program.

PENN STATE — Promoted Ricky Rahne to offensive coordinator, Tyler Bowen to tight ends coach, Phil Galiano to special teams coordinator , James Franklin to wide receivers coach and Josh Gattis to passing game coordinator and Matt Limegrover to run game coordinator.

SYRACUSE — Announced G Geno Thorpe has left the men’s basketball program.

TENNESSEE — Placed athletic director John Currie on leave. Named Phillip Fulmer athletic director.