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Page2D Wednesday,October21,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com Golf World Long Drive9p.m.GLF (66) MLB Kansas City at Toronto4p.m.FS1 (400) N.Y. Mets at Chicago Cubs8p.m.TBS (49) NBA Washington at Miami8p.m.ESPN (24) NHL B uffalo at Toronto 7p.m.MSG (51) P hiladelphia at Boston8p.m.NBCSN (69) Soccer B orussia Monchengladbach at Juven- tus 2 :30 p.m.ESPN2 (25) B razil at United States10 p.m.ESPN2 (25) FOOTBALL NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE East WLTPctPFPA New England5001.000183103 N.Y.Jets410.80012975 Buffalo330.500145139 Miami230.400103111 South WLTPctPFPA Indianapolis330.500126147 Houston240.333128155 Tennessee140.200112129 Jacksonville150.167113176 North WLTPctPFPA Cincinnati 600 1.000182 1 22 P ittsburgh 420. 667 1 45 1 08 C leveland 240. 333 1 41 1 58 B altimore 150. 167 1 43 1 62 West WLTPct P F P A Denver 600 1.000139 1 02 O akland 230. 400 1 07 1 24 S an Diego 240. 333 1 36 1 61 K ansas City 150. 167 1 27 1 59 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East WLTPctPFPA Philadelphia330.500144110 N.Y.Giants330.500139136 Dallas230.400101131 Washington240.333117138 South WLTPct P F P A Carolina 500 1.000135 9 4 A tlanta510.833183143 Tampa Bay 230. 400 1 10 1 48 N ew Orl. 240. 333 1 34 1 64 North WLTPctPFPA Green Bay 600 1.000164 1 01 M innesota 320. 600 9 6 8 3 C hicago240.333120179 Detroit150.167120172 West WLTPctPFPA Arizona420.667203115 St.Louis230.40084113 Seattle240.333134125 San Fran.240.333100160 Thursday’s Games Seattle at San Francisco,8:25 p.m. Sunday’s Games Buffalo vs.Jacksonville at London,9:30 a.m. Atlanta at Tennessee,1p.m. Pittsburgh at Kansas City,1p.m. Cleveland at St.Louis,1p.m. Tampa Bay at Washington,1p.m. Minnesota at Detroit,1p.m. H ouston at Miami,1p.m. New Orleans at Indianapolis,1p.m. N.Y.Jets at New England,1p.m. O akland at San Diego,4:05 p.m. D allas at N.Y.Giants,4:25 p.m. Philadelphia at Carolina,8:30 p.m. Open:Chicago,Cincinnati,Denver,Green Bay Monday’s Games Baltimore at Arizona,8:30 p.m. HOCKEY A HL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division G PWLOLSLPtsGFGA Bridgeport 651001 0 2 4 1 5 H artford431006138 W-B/Scran 4310061 4 1 0 P ortland3210041210 Providence5122041518 Hershey 31200299 L ehigh 3120021 1 1 1 S pringfield 30300051 4 North Division GPWLOLSLPtsGFGA St.John’s 5311071 9 1 6 T oronto 4310061 3 1 0 Binghamton321004107 Syracuse32100489 Rochester4220041215 Albany 31110369 U tica20200015 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GPWLOLSLPtsGFGA Charlotte4310062116 Chicago3210041713 Iowa512114916 Lake Erie 31101378 M ilwaukee312002614 Rockford 41300282 1 M anitoba 40211261 3 G r.Rapids404000412 Pacific Division GPWLOLSLPtsGFGA Texas 4400082 4 1 1 O ntario330006101 San Antonio 3201051 1 7 S an Diego220004107 San Jose 3210041 0 8 B akersfield412013915 Stockton21100284 NOTE:Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. Tuesday’s Games Binghamton 5,St.John’s 4,OT M ilwaukee 3,Iowa 2,OT Wednesday’s Games Binghamton at St.John’s,6 p.m. Charlotte at Grand Rapids,7 p.m. R ochester at Utica,7 p.m. I owa at Rockford,8 p.m. Stockton at Texas,8:30 p.m. S an Diego at San Jose,10:30 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA PRESEASON Tuesday’s Games Chicago 103,Indiana 94 Milwaukee 106,Minnesota 88 P hoenix 104,San Antonio 84 O klahoma City at Utah Golden State at L.A.Clippers Wednesday’s Games New Orleans at Orlando,7 p.m. C harlotte at Detroit,7:30 p.m. Memphis at Atlanta,8 p.m. W ashington at Miami,8 p.m. P hoenix at Dallas,8:30 p.m. SOCCER MLS Wednesday’s Games Colorado at Sporting Kansas City,8:30 p.m. Sunday’s Games Orlando City at Philadelphia,5 p.m. New England at New York City FC,5 p.m. D.C.United at Columbus,5 p.m. Toronto FC at Montreal,5 p.m. New York at Chicago,5 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Seattle,7 p.m. Colorado at Portland,7 p.m. Houston at Vancouver,7 p.m. Los Angeles at Sporting Kansas City,7 p.m. San Jose at FC Dallas,7 p.m. GOLF Hole-in-one Shadow Lake: Patrick Cullen,No.3,126 yards,8-iron. COLLEGE AREA RESULTS Women’s soccer: Nazareth 3,St.John Fishe r 0. Women’s volleyball: Daemen 3,Roberts Wesleyan 0. FOOTBALL Top 25 Schedule Thursday No.20 California at UCLA,9 p.m. N o.22 Temple at East Carolina,7 p.m. Friday No.18 Memphis at Tulsa,8 p.m. Saturday No.1Ohio State at Rutgers,8 p.m. No.2 Baylor vs.Iowa State,Noon N o.3 Utah at Southern Cal,7:30 p.m. N o.5 LSU vs.Western Kentucky,7 p.m. No.6 Clemson at Miami,Noon N o.7 Michigan State vs.Indiana,3:30 p.m. N o.8 Alabama vs.Tennessee,3:30 p.m. No.9 Florida State at Georgia Tech,7 p.m. N o.10 Stanford vs.Washington,10:30 p.m. No.14 Oklahoma St.vs.Kansas,3:30 p.m. No.15 Texas A&M at No.24 Ole Miss 7 p.m. N o.17 Oklahoma vs.Texas Tech,3:30 p.m. No.19 Toledo at UMass,3 p.m. No.21Houston at UCF,Noon N o.23 Duke at Virginia Tech,3:30 p.m. No.25 Pittsburgh at Syracuse,Noon HIGH SCHOOL WEDNESDAY Boys soccer Class B1first round: No.9 Waterloo (2-14) a t No.8 Midlakes (2-14),3 p.m. Class B2 first round: No.9 Marcus Whitman (2-14) vs.No.8 Dansville (6-10) at Hornell,7 p.m. Class C1first round: No.10 Gananda (213-1) at No.7 Sodus (5-10-1),3 p.m.;No.9 Avon (4-11-1) at No.8 Pembroke (4-12),No. 13 Rochester Academy (0-12) at No.4 Byron Bergen/Elba (10-6),No.12 Letchworth (2-14) at No.5 East Rochester (7-7-1),No.11Addi- son (3-13) at No.6 Williamson (6-9-1),6 p.m. Class C2 first round: No.10 Marion (410-2) at No.7 Dundee/Bradford (8-7-1),3 p.m.;No.9 Pavilion/York (6-9-1) at No.8 Campbell-Savona (7-8-1),No.13 Cuba- Rushford (2-13-1) vs.No.4 South Seneca/ Romulus (8-6-2) at Wayland-Cohocton,No. 14 Caledonia-Mumford (0-15-1) at No.3 Bishop Kearney (9-5-1),6 p.m.;No.12 Warsaw (4-12) at No 5.Perry (9-6-1),No.11Boli- var-Richburg (4-11-1) vs.No.6 Kendall (8-8) a t Warsaw 7 p.m. Girls soccer C lass AA first round: No.8 East (3-11-0) at No.9 Gates Chili (2-13-1),No.11World of Inquiry (0-16-0) at No.6 Churchville-Chili (66 -4),6 p.m.;No.10 Rush Henrietta (2-13-0) at No.7 Webster Thomas (6-7-3),7 p.m. Class A first round: No.13 Geneva (8-7-1) at No.4 Greece Arcadia (12-3-1),No.11Bata- v ia (8-8) at No.6 Mercy (10-5-1),3 p.m.;No. 1 2 Greece Athena (5-9-1) at No.5 Pittsford Sutherland (11-3-2),5 p.m.;No.17 Irondequ- o it (3-14) at No.1Spencerport (12-2-2),No. 1 2 Brighton (8-8) at No.8 Honeoye Falls-Lima (8-7-1),No.15 Canandaigua (3-13) at No. 2 Wayne (15-1),6 p.m.;No.10 Brockport ( 7-9) at No.7 Aquinas (9-5-2),6:30 p.m.;No. 14 Greece Olympia (3-11-2) at No.3 Pittsford M endon (12-2-2),7:30 p.m. Class D first round: No.12 Batavia-Notre Dame (4-11-1) at No.5 York (11-3-2),No.10 H oneoye (5-11-0) at No.7 Mount Morris (104-2),3 p.m.;No.13 Lyndonville (3-12-1) v. No. 4Arkport/Canaseraga (13-2-1) at Warsaw,5 p .m.;No.11Jasper-Troupsburg (5-11) at No. 6Alfred Almond (12-4),No.9 Genesee Valley (9-7) at No.8 Wheatland-Chili (9-6-1),6 p .m. Class D2 first round: No.9 Scio (3-11-2) v. Avoca (5-11) at Cohocton Sports Complex, N o.13 Romulus (1-14) v.No.4 Belfast (9-6-1) at Wayland-Cohocton,No.10 Lima Christian ( 3-12) v.No.7 Hinsdale (7-9) at Perry,5 p.m.; N o.14 Hammondsport (0-16) v.No.3 North- star Academy (8-6-2) at HFL,5 p.m.;No.11 F riendship (3-12-1) at No.6 Andover (8-7-1), 6 p.m.;No.12 Bradford (1-12-1) vs.No 5 Prattsburgh (9-5-1) at Wayland-Cohocton, 7 p .m. Girls volleyball Monroe County: Hilton at Honeoye Falls- L ima,6 p.m.;Pittsford Sutherland at Irondequoit,7:45 p.m. Finger Lakes: South Seneca at Mynderse, B loomfield at Harley-Allendale Columbia,6 p.m. Livingston County: Pavilion at Letchworth,Hornell at Geneseo,Livonia at Dansville,6 p.m. Non-league: World of Inquiry at Bishop Kearney,4 p.m.;Edison at Kendall, 5 p.m.; Addison at Bath,Mercy at Fairport,Wheatland-Chili at Caledonia-Mumford,6 p.m.; Byron-Bergen at Aquinas,6:30 p.m. Boys volleyball Monroe County: Victor at Fairport,Brighton at Penfield,6 p.m.;Rush-Henrietta at Webster,6:30 p.m. Non-league: Pavilion at Gates Chili,4:30 p .m. LAS VEGAS LINE C OLLEGE FOOTBALL Thursday EAST CAROLINA..............3..............Temple UCLA....................3....................California Friday Memphis...................10...................TULSA Saturday Ohio.....................3.....................BUFFALO P ittsburgh..............6 1 ⁄ 2 ..............SYRACUSE USC........................3 1 ⁄ 2 ........................Utah ALABAMA...............15...............Tennessee MISSISSIPPI.............5 1 ⁄ 2 .............Texas A&M Penn St................6 1 ⁄ 2 ...............MARYLAND Ohio St....................21...................Rutgers NFL Thursday Seattle ............. 6 ............. SAN FRANCISCO Sunday Buffalo ................. 5 ................. Jacksonville S T.LOUIS................5 1 ⁄ 2 ................Cleveland Pittsburgh............NL............KANSAS CITY MIAMI .................... 4 .................... Houston N EW ENGLAND.............8 1 ⁄ 2 .............NY Jets Minnesota................2 1 ⁄ 2 ................DETROIT Atlanta ................. 4 1 ⁄ 2 .................Tennessee W ASHINGTON...........3 1 ⁄ 2 ...........Tampa Bay INDIANAPOLIS..........5..........New Orelans SAN DIEGO ................ 4 ................ Oakland N Y GIANTS ................. 3 1 ⁄ 2 .................Dallas C AROLINA..............3..............Philadelphia Monday ARIZONA ................ 7 1 ⁄ 2 ................Baltimore Odds taken from Pregame.com TRANSACTIONS American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Claimed RHP Vance Worley off waivers from Pittsburgh. FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS — Placed WR Marquise Goodwin on injured reserve.Signed OT Jordan Mills.Released QB Dustin Vaughan f rom the practice squad.Signed WR Titus D avis to the practice squad. Scoreboard S ports on TV SPORTS FINGER LAKES Tuesday Results FIRST: $13,000,Mdn Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 1Classy Stones (R.Ignacio)$5.60 $3.30 $2.30 6 Jomary's the Great (C.Camillo Jr.)$7.70 $ 2.80 5Bay's Nanny (J.Flores) .................. $3.30 R ace Time:1:07.34.Exacta (1-6) $19.80;Sup erfecta (1-6-5-2) $85.50;Trifecta (1-6-5) $47.00. SECOND: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,1mi 3Under Over (D.Lopez)$2.90 $2.50 $2.10 2 Starship Chloe (K.Gomez)$19.80 $12.60 1A Personalsweetheart (C.Camillo Jr.) .......................................................$ 5.30 R ace Time:1:41.91.Daily Double (1-3) $ 6.20;Exacta (3-2) $39.50;Superfecta (32-1-6) $569.50;Trifecta (3-2-1) $159.75. THIRD: $14,100,Clg,3YO&up,6f 4 Underthemoonlight (H.Berrios)$3.40 $2.80 $2.70 1 Single Malt Female (N.Alvarado)$14.00 $10.60 3 Lady Marlena (P.Rodriguez) ......... $6.20 Race Time:1:12.83.Exacta (4-1) $39.50;Su- perfecta (4-1-3-6) $486.50;Trifecta (4-1-3) $104.00. FOURTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 9Tyrus (O.Gomez).....$16.60 $6.10 $5.40 1A Maybrys Challenge (K.Gomez)$2.50 $2.30 1Economic Forecast (L.Perez)$2.50 $2.30 Race Time:1:06.11.Exacta (9-1) $21.20;Su- perfecta (9-1-5-3) $135.70;Trifecta (9-1-5) $50.50. FIFTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 8Ireland's Eye (O.Gomez)$4.20 $3.20 $2.80 1El Mono Verde (K.Gomez) .. $6.70 $4.90 3Morse (J.Davila Jr.).......................$4.40 Race Time:1:06.26.Daily Double (9-8) $27.25;Exacta (8-1) $16.50;Superfecta (81-3-10) $193.50;Trifecta (8-1-3) $77.50;Pic 3 (4-9-8) $27.10;(4-8-8) $2.20;Pic 4 (3-4/ 7 -9-4/8) $68.10. SIXTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,1mi+70 yds 9 Best Offer (W.Rohena)$11.80 $6.10 $4.40 2James Jingle (J.Rodriguez)......$5.70 $3.10 3Park Boss (J.Cruz) ............................ $3.10 R ace Time:1:45.64.Daily Double (8-9) $ 15.00;Exacta (9-2) $39.50;Superfecta (9-23 -5) $491.00;Trifecta (9-2-3) $160.25. SEVENTH: $17,000,Allw,3YO&up,6f 2 Howaboutwe (J.Rodriguez)$3.50 $2.40 $ 2.10 6Doubly Distinct (O.Gomez) ..... $2.90 $2.30 1 Boss Man Bob (J.Baez) ..................... $4.10 Race Time:1:11.92.Exacta (2-6) $3.65;Super- fecta (2-6-1-4) $55.70;Trifecta (2-6-1) $35.75. EIGHTH: $19,500,Allw,3YO&up,1mi 4Unrepented (J.Davila Jr.)$2.80 $2.50 $2.10 3Not About the Nail (R.Ignacio)$3.90 $2.50 6Just Catty (J.Rodriguez)...................$3.20 Race Time:1:40.59.Exacta (4-3) $5.00;Sup erfecta (4-3-6-5) $98.20;Trifecta (4-3-6) $21.50. NINTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 5Lara (J.Davila Jr.)..........$3.50 $2.80 $2.70 9Z Lovelee Linda (O.Gomez) .... $8.10 $5.40 6 Maybry's Girl (J.Simpson)................$9.80 Race Time:1:06.10.Daily Double (4-5) $3.70; Exacta (5-9) $15.30;Superfecta (5-9-6-2) $ 998.00;Trifecta (5-9-6) $179.25;Pic 3 (24 -5) $2.60;Pic 4 (9-2-4-5) $30.10;Pic 5 (4/89-2-4-5) $42.75. BATAVIA DOWNS Wednesday Entries FIRST: NW2250L4HG $5,000 Pace 1Milliondollardad (D McNeight) ..... 1-4-6 4-1 2Every Girls Desire (J McNeight) .. 6-3-5 7-2 3 Livefreeordiehard (K Cummings)3-5-2 3-1 4Caerleon Hanover (R Beback)...8-6-2 10-1 5Allamerican Improv (J Flanigen).2-1-3 5-1 6Caress Of Steel (J Cummings).....1-1-5 2-1 SECOND: NW2PMLT $3,000 Trot 1 Two Smart (J Flanigen)...............2-2-2 5-2 2 Abra Pd (L Dahn) ...................... 5-5-6 12-1 3 Flash Of Kash (C Mothersell) .... 4-5-7 20-1 4Clearly Possessed (K Cummings).1-4-5 4-1 5Tsunami Dream (R Beback) ........ 7-2-2 3-1 6 Winds Of Victory (J Cummings)...1-5-5 7-2 7Strength's Victory (S McDonough)3-1-5 10-1 8 Pc Troubadour (D Rothfuss) ...... 2-4-8 15-1 THIRD: NW2300L5 $5,000 Trot 1 Four Starz Trump (J McNeight)....2-5-19-5 2Glittering Muscles (D Rothfuss) .. 5-5-6 4-1 3 Ranger Gus (A Torre) .................. 3-4-6 6-1 4 Star Studded Cast (R Beback).....4-8-18-1 5Oceana (J Mungillo) ................. 2-2-7 15-1 6 Smoke Smore (D McNeight) ....... 2-2-2 7-2 7Muscle Max (R Fisher)..............5-4-8 10-1 8Armbro Casino (K Cummings)..6-2-7 12-1 FOURTH: NW3000L4FM $6,300 Pace 1V'la Faire (W Tomaszewski)..........1-5-7 5-1 2Princess Bliss (D Bucceri).............4-5-16-1 3Daylon Highlander (J Flanigen) .... 4-3-13-1 4Heavenly Place (D McNeight).....3-4-7 7-2 5Fresh Squeezed (L Dahn) ............. 6-5-14-1 6 The Prophet Mary (D Rothfuss).6-5-5 10-1 7Missevil (S McDonough)............1-4-2 12-1 8Aurora Borealus (K Cummings)..6-3-2 8-1 FIFTH: NW2PMLT $3,200 Pace 1Yankovitch Hanover (J McNeight)3-4-3 5-1 2 Tailgate Blues (J Perrin)...............1-3-12-1 3Cool Reward (R Beback)............4-8-3 7-2 4Who Seen Bolt (S McDonough)..2-2-15-2 5 Concerteen (R Fisher) ............... 6-7-3 12-1 6 Signing Day (K Cummings).......7-5-6 15-1 7Big Dutch (J Cummings).............4-4-5 7-1 SIXTH: NW2300L5 $5,000 Trot 1 Diamonds For Life (K Cummings)3-4-3 5-2 2Jeanie Marie (S McDonough).....4-4-3 7-2 3One True Friend (R Fisher)...........1-3-7 3-1 4Escrow Blue Chip (J Cummings) . 5-3-3 6-1 5 Edom Up Blue Boy (R Vinci) ........ 3-7-5 7-1 6Wild Ride (M Baumeister)..........4-4-2 8-1 7Northmedo Esther (J McNeight)4-5-5 12-1 8Winbak Glory (R Beback)..........7-2-5 15-1 SEVENTH: 4000CL $3,000 Pace 1One Chaser (K Cummings)..........1-6-7 6-1 2Diditagain Hanover (R Fisher).....1-3-3 2-1 3 Artistic Topaz (M Baumeister)...4-7-6 10-1 4Schooner Or Later (D McNeight)2-4-2 7-2 5 Panda Man (R Beback)...............4-5-5 8-1 6 Whitesand Noble (J Flanigen).....6-2-14-1 7Can U Be Fun (S McDonough) ..... 1-1-15-1 EIGHTH: OPEN FM $8,500 Pace 1Memumsnotnice (R Fisher).........2-3-4 5-1 2Kisses N Kicks (D McNeight) ...... 2-1-2 5-2 3 Mystical Danica (K Cummings) ... 5-8-18-1 4 Call Me Maybe (S McDonough) . 3-5-2 3-1 5 Makes Her Mark (J Flanigen)....5-6-3 10-1 6Seascape Hanover (J Cummings)4-1-4 4-1 7 Infrontigo Hanover (J McNeight) . 2-1-5 7-1 8 Jonigold (R Beback)...................1-2-5 15-1 NINTH: NW2750L4HG $5,900 Pace 1 Old Mcheath (K Cummings) ........ 1-1-19-5 2Allstar Shark (D McNeight)..........6-7-2 7-1 3Release The Terror (J Flanigen)...6-4-2 3-1 4Little Man Cam (R Beback)........2-5-7 8-1 5Boots N Bourbon (J Cummings)..1-5-8 4-1 6Cactus Jack (S McDonough).......3-1-4 5-1 7Bobby Be Good (J McNeight) .... 2-3-5 10-1 TENTH: NW2750L4HG $5,900 Pace 1Spring Terror (R Fisher) ............... 3-4-3 7-2 2 Party With Artie (S McDonough)7-6-3 5-1 3Lucky Millionaire (D McNeight)..3-1-8 4-1 4Flying Instructor (K Cummings)..6-5-4 5-2 5R T Lange (J McNeight)..............1-4-19-2 6Elite (J Cummings) ...................... 3-3-6 8-1 7 Zipnthruthehall (R Beback) 7-6-6 10-1 ELEVENTH: 4000CL $3,000 Pace 1Trojan Seelster (J Cummings).....6-5-5 15-1 2 Charlie Beans (R Beback) ............ 7-1-3 4-1 3 Boys Of Fall (R Fisher)................3-7-3 7-2 4Artillery Major (S McDonough)..3-8-6 5-2 5Sir Altb Z Tam (K Cummings).....5-8-8 7-1 6 Turbo Angel (J McNeight) ........... 1-8-4 3-1 7Pro Kid (D McNeight)...............8-4-4 10-1 TWELFTH: NW2750L5FM $5,900 Pace 1St Lads Zena (S McDonough) .... 3-3-3 10-1 2 Western (J McNeight) ................. 3-6-13-1 3Bet On Me Hanover (K Cummings)4-1-19-2 4Dirt Track Momma (J Cummings)7-1-8 5-2 5Charmschooldropout (M Baumeister)6-4-8 12-1 6She's A Maniac (R Beback)........5-6-7 8-1 7Momara (D McNeight)...............2-6-3 7-2 8 Susie's Delight (R Fisher)...........2-5-4 15-1 HORSE RACING Lordofthemountain, whose blazing speed m ade him one of the g reatest horses ever to r un at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, died earlier this month at the farm he called h ome for nearly his entire life. He was 29. A two-time Finger Lakes’ Horse of the Y ear, Lordofthemoun- tain had been frolicking in retirement for 20 years at Onteora Farm i n the town of Canandaigua. A nd the farm, where he galloped and grazed for 28 years, was pretty much his. “He’d mellowed over the years and I would just turn him loose and he’d run around or eat apples,” said Toby Brewer-Evans, his owner and trainer. “He didn’t need to be fenced in.” That’s probably not t he horse the blacks miths remember. He was not a gentle customer when it came to shoe- i ng. “He was a really cool h orse to everyone ex- c ept the blacksmiths,” Brewer-Evans said. “He didn’t like his feet messed with.” Lordofthemountain was purchased as a yearling in 1987 from Howard Nolan, the former state senator who was the breeder. He was named in honor o f Toby’s brother, Todd, w ho was killed at age 32 in a1986 construction accident in Colorado. The me- m orial service was held at Lord of the Mountains c hurch and the family t hought the name was the perfect way to remember Todd. The horse’s unique name was catchy for handicappers and racing fans, but it was his speed and power that truly made him memorable. He visited the winner’s circle 20 times in his 55 career s tarts. L ordofthemountain began his racing career in 1989 at age 3 and he won h is first stakes race in 1990. He finished with f ive stakes wins, all on his h ome track, and twice c ompeted in the Grade III F inger Lakes Breeders’ Cup (he finished fifth in 1992 and seventh in 1994). Les Hulet was almost al- w ays his jockey. H e set a track record in t he George W. Barker Stakes on Memorial Day 1994 when he sizzled six furlongs in 1minute and 9 .2 seconds. That mark stood for four years, when K elly Kip, trained by Hall of Famer H. Allen Jerkin s, ran a full second faster in winning the 1998 Finger Lakes Breeders’ Cup. Lordofthemountain w as retired at age 9 after a victory at Finger Lakes on S ept. 17, 1995. He finished with $309,068 in career earnings. He was named Finger Lakes’ Horse of the Year in 1992 and 1993, and was inducted into the track’s Hall of Fame in 1996. In retirement, Lor- dofthemountain looked after the other horses on the farm. “I would use him as a b abysitter,” Brewer-Eva ns said. “He would never hurt anybody but he’d keep everybody in order.” H e had slowed down in recent years, Brewer-Eva ns said, and on Oct. 11his h eart finally gave out. HORSE RACING Lordofthemountain, one of the top horses to run at Finger Lakes, dies KEVIN OKLOBZIJA @KEVINODANDC SV PHOTOGRAPHY Lordofthemountain was a two-time Finger Lakes’ Horse of the Year and entered the track’s Hall of Fame in 1996. He died on Oct. 11at age 29. SEATTLE - Carli Lloyd finally dedicated 90 minutes, flipped open the laptop and watched herself score the fastest hat trick in World Cup history. More than three months after that memo- r able performance in t he Women’s World Cup f inal, Lloyd gave herself p ermission to watch the game for the first time during a flight last week. “Honestly to be able to carve out 90 minutes of free time, if you want to call it that, where I could zone in and watch it and not have my phone there or anything to really get in the way I thought it was a great time to be able to watch it,” Lloyd said on Tues- d ay night as the U.S. women prepared for an exhibition match against Brazil. Lloyd looking back on her record performance in the final against Japan just before the U.S. begins the next stage of its v ictory tour is an appropriate bookend. W hile the four games that have already taken place as part of the celebration tour came in the immediate aftermath of the U.S. victory, there has now been a gap of more t han a month since the last matches against Haiti. And in the mind of U.S. coach Jill Ellis, that means a slight change in what the remaining five games of the tour mean. While it remains a celebration of what was acc omplished, Wednesday’s match against Brazil is a lso the starting point for looking ahead to the January training camp and the start of Olympic qualifying in February. The U.S. will face Brazil in Orlando, Florida, on S unday and have three more matches in Hawaii from which Ellis will decide who is called in for the January camp. “For me it’s about continuing our evaluation and realizing that this game is probably if not the best o pponent we’ll face before we go into qualifiers. S o it’s a valuable game for us,” Ellis said. T o that extent, Ellis c alled in eight additional players on top of the World Cup roster for the matches against Brazil, including NWSL MVP Crystal Dunn. Dunn is one of four added players that previously made national team appearances. “The biggest thing I t old them is you’ve been i dentified, you have a spec ial quality. Come in and l et’s see that special quality,” Ellis said. The match in Seattle is also the farewell for midfielder Shannon Boxx, who will make her 195th and final appearance for the U.S. before retiring. Boxx made her first appearance with the national team in September 2003 and earned her way onto the World Cup roster after not playing in any match- e s in 2014 while recovering from a knee injury suffered the previous year and the birth of her daughter in February 2014. “Not too many athletes get the opportunity to end on their own terms,” Boxx s aid. SOCCER US women set for next stage of victory tour TIM BOOTH ASSOCIATED PRESS AP Carli Lloyd of the United States women’s national soccer team smiles during a practice Tuesdayin Seattle.

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