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B4 The Republic. Columbus. Ind., Friday, December 7. 2001 Sports Scoreboard Local brief Jennlnys MkHk, UrtM Pool closings Jennings County Middle School's pool will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 1 5 and Dec. 20 lor aerobics and swimming. The pool will be closed for aerobics Sunday but open for swimming from 1 to 4 p.m. There will be no open swimming Monday evening but the pool will be open for morning lap swimming from 6 to 7. There will be no open swimming Dec. 16. Wrestling Frank! Tripto Dual Jmfcigi County U, Milan 18 Franklin 59, Jennings County 10 103: Matt Buzall 2-1; 111: Shawn Smith 2-1; 119: Josh Reagan 2-1; U& Richard Pulmer 1-2; 130: Brian Aulby 2-1; 135: Jacob Ross 2-1: 140: Gerardo Sanchez 3-0; MS: Kendall Walters 2-1; 152: Chaz Richart 3-0; 1C0: Nick Haddlx 2-1; 171: Jhade Woodall 3-0; 189: Zack Day 0-3; 215: Wes Musser 1-2; 275: Shane Jackson 2-1. Next: 6 p.m. Tuesday vs. Columbus North Basketball High School Thursdays Glrtj Result Bedford N. Lawrence 72. Owen Valley 54 Bloomington South 59. Center Grove 46 Clay City 58. Linton 26 Clinton Central 47. Rossville 38 Columbus North 67. Whiteland 61 Eastern (Greene) 50, Bloomfield 25 Edgewood 35, Shakamak 31 Hauser 61, S. Decatur 37 Jay County 57, Anderson 37 Morrlstown 64 Trl 37 N. Vermillion 74, Fountain Central 69, OT Shelbyville 65, Columbus East 60 Southwestern (Jefferson) 100. Switzerland Co. 52 Trt-Central 69. Maconaquah 50 Borden 52, Lanesville 18 Thursday's Boys Games Indpls Cathedral 80, Indpls Manual 60 New Prairie 100, River Valley (Mich.) 72 NorthWood 54, Westview 53 Oerc Classic First Round Indiana Deaf 59, American Deaf (CT) 53 Indiana Deaf 46, Phoenix Deaf 39 Freshmen boys Triton Central 49, Hauser 37 Hauser scoring: Kevin Raisor 8. Chris Rlcketts 8. Adam Baxter 8, Tyler Trowbridge 4, Ryan Willey 4, Michael Jones 3, George Perez 2. Jennings County A 57, Columbus East 49 East scoring: David Burch 9. Jim Weddle 9, Blake Turnbow 9, Josh Eckelman 8. Kyle Ross 7, Dustin Roth 6. Columbus East B 37, Jennings County 15 East scoring: Alex Whitted 10, Chris Gatewood 8, Mike Staublin 5. Josh East 5, Matt Miller 4, Joey Scrougham 3, Chris Moore 2. Middle School 8th Grade boys Hauser 59. Triton Central 23 Hauser scoring: Bobby Jolliff 19, Zach Fugate 12, Jordan Perkins 6 Chad Emmitt 6, Ross Keller 5. Donavan Schrougham 4, Dylan Hurt 2, Chris Darnell 2. Jared Turner 2. Aryn Ross 1 Record: 6-1 7th Grade boys Hauser 53, Triton Central 31 Hauser scoring: Gabe Miller 17, Bobby Hayes 7, Andrew Sterling 6, Matt Hewitt 6, Josh Endicott 5. Blake Roth 5. Brandon Barker 2. Nathan Bryant 2, Bryce Mize 2. Justin Baute 1 Record: 7-0 6th Grade boys ABC Stewart 30, St BarhoJmew 16 ABC Stewart scoring: Chris Taylor 14, Nick Roberts 6, Alex Abedlan 6, Dustin Weisner 4 St Bartholomew scoring: Pence 8, Behrman 3, Stin-son 2, Curvey 1, Patron 1, Bill 1 5th Grade boys ' ABC Stewart 46, St Bartholomew 29 ABC Stewart scoring: Nick Roberts 17, Alex Abedian 6, Robert Nieters 6, David Nieters 6, Nick Downing 4, Bryan Milloy 3, Michael Stiegerwalt 2, Logan Benjamin 2 St Bartholomew scoring: Lancaster 10, Cotton 9, Trotta 4, Lane 2, Schappler 2. Krempel 2 th Grade girts Northskte 34, St Bartholomew 4 Northslde scoring: Paige Perry 10, Lacey Holman 7, Jerilyn Zeigler 4, Mackenzie Wingham 4, Anna Gab-bard 4, Katy Cobb 3, Whitney Barker 2 St Bartholomew scoring: Allison Bonham 2, Maria Schwartzman 2 Monday Scottsburg 34, Northslde 33 Northslde scoring: Rachel Nolting 11, Desiree Mumphrey 7, Megan Huffman 6, Stacie Brown 4, Whitney Browning 3, Whitney Barker 2 7th Grade Girts Northslde 45, St Bartholomew 12 St BathoJomew scoring: Mallory Mrozik 8, Katelyn Sanders 4 Central 31, Jennings County 18 Central scoring: Shelby Ross 10, Michelle Miles 7, -j -v ' - . s.: ... i. " - Lotteries For The Republic The CASE Construction baseball team won the Bartholomew County Pee Wee league championship by going undefeated, and won the county tournament title. Team members are, from left, front row: Dylan Abney, Logan Harrell, Derek Anderson, Jase Harmon, William Daniel, Michael Hooker. Row 2: Dalton Lancaster, David Lane, Chris Tyree, Matt Gatesy, Gregory Kelley. Back row: Coaches Tom Hooker, David Abney, Bob Gatesy, Jeff Anderson. Not pictured: Logan Brock. Taylor Christophel 4. Autre Tuell 4, Kelsey Nichols 2, Amelia Renshaw 2, Sarah Winters 2 Jennings scoring: Donnell 6, Williams 6, Andrew 2, Beasley 2. Wheatley 2 ' 8th Grade girts Central 36, Jennings County 17 Central scoring: Kayleigh Vinson 10, Audrey Whitted 10, Katie Jenkins 7, Ashley Roberts 5, Courtney Bailey 2. Veronica Terkhorn 2 Jennings scoring: Corum 5, Allman 4. Nolan 3, Vanos-dol 2, Lucas 2. Poole 1 College Men Thursday's Results EAST Catholic 77. Haverford 50 Cent. Connecticut St. 80, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 69 Colby-Sawyer 83, Norwich 49 Connecticut Coll. 90, Lasell 87 Delaware 78, High Point 63 Fairmont St. 74. Davis & Elkins 59 Holy Cross 76. Brown 63 lona 82. Fairfield 78. OT Keene St. 93. Rivier 66 Marist 77, Siena 69 Marymount, Va. 71. Washington, Md. 67 Middlebury 87, Johnson St. 60 Misericordia 83, Centenary, N.J. 55 Mount Ida 90, Emmanuel 87 New Hampshire 96, New England Coll. 51 Niagara 71, Loyola, Md. 51 Old Westbury 77, St. Joseph's, LI. 63 Point Park 76, West Liberty 71 Pratt 107, Webb 53 Tufts 84, MIT 77. OT UMBC 78, Quinnlplac 71. OT York. Pa. 70. Dickinson 66 SOUTH Asbury 65. Indiana-Southeast 64 Birmingham-Southern 71. Texas Coll. 59 Centre 67, Sewanee 45 Denver 92, Morris Brown 76 Eckerd 76, Nova Southeastern 69 Elon 97. Bluefield 81 Georgetown 70, South Carolina 68 Georgia Southern 86, Savannah St. 63 Georgia St. 90. Mercer 79 Lambuth 98, Crichton 70 Marshall 67, Radford 63 Mobile 86, Faulkner 72 N. Arizona 67, Lipscomb 52 North Georgia at Samford, ccd. Selma 94, Auburn-Montgomery 89 Stetson 104, W. Carolina 102. 20T Tenn. -Martin 76. Middle Tennessee 71 Tusculum 61, Milligan 44 Virginia-Wise 84, Montreal 83 MIDWEST Ashland 88, Saginaw Valley St. 73 Ball St. 113, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 89 Case Reserve 83, Notre Dame. Ohio 67 Cedarville 101, Wilberforce 82 Cent. Methodist 88, Culver-Stockton 68 Coll. of the Ozarks 87, Williams Baptist 76 Defiance 99, Urbana 87 Drake 93, Ark.-Pine Bluff 64 Grand Valley St. 79, Mercyhurst 66 Hastings 75, Peru St. 64 Lewis 84, SlU-Edwardsville 60 Missouri 117, Southern U. 67 Oakland, Mich. 93, Detroit 67 York, Neb. 93, Dana 85 SOUTHWEST Ouachita 96, Wiley 81 Tennessee 79, SMU 62 College Women Thursday's Results EAST Baruch 80. Purchase St. 40 Bloomsburg 72, Salem International 48 Connecticut 97, Holy Cross 54 Dickinson 73, Lincoln, Pa. 46 E. Connecticut 65, Clark U. 57 FDU-Madison 71, Kings Point 61 Keuka 63, Rochester Tech 54 Long Island U. 83, Wagner 53 Marywood 69, Baptist Bible, Pa. 52 Mass.-Dartmouth 86, Simmons 69 Messiah 77, York. Pa. 52 Moravian 48, Ursinus 38 NYU 62. Mount St. Mary. N.Y. 43 New England Coll. 113, Rivier 47 Phila. Bible 67, Lancaster Bible 36 Plymouth St. 82, Colby-Sawyer 63 RPI 49, Hartwick 48 SUNY-Farmingdale 70, St. Elizabeth 37 Siena 59, Fairfield 57 St. Joseph Conn. 54, Wentworth Tech 47 Washington & Jefferson 87, Cincinnati Bible 82 York. N.Y. 45, New Rochelle 32 SOUTH Austin Peay 77, Lipscomb 63 Barry 68, Nova Southeastern 48 Berry 79, Emmanuel 72 Bridgewater, Va. 49, Lynchburg 46 Bryan 84, Midway 46 Campbellsville 76, Life 60 Centre 56, Sewanee 42 Davidson 61, N.C. Charlotte 59 Dillard 69, Mississippi College 54 Duke 107, Virginia 75 Emory 8 Henry 92, Ferrum 69 Furman 72, W. Carolina 47 Georgetown, Ky. 80, Indiana-Southeast 53 Johns Hopkins 69, Emory 67 Mobile 86, Huntingdon 46 N. Kentucky 81, Kentucky Wesleyan 73 Old Dominion 84, Penn St. 80, OT Pfeiffer 80, Bluefield 61 Roanoke 75, Randolph-Macon 57 Rust 45, Tougaloo 43 Talladega 78, Miles 51 Tampa 88, Newport News 71 Trevecca Nazarene 74, Cumberland, Tenn. 58 Tusculum 59, Milligan 48 MIDWEST Benedictine, Kan. 64, Graceland 61 Bethany, Kan. 74, Bethel. Kan. 67 Cleveland St 72. Akron 54 Crelghton 70, W. Illinois 60 DePauw 74, Franklin 65 Evangel 68, Avlla 55 Grand Valley St. 80, Mercyhurst 66 Hillsdale 76, Siena Heights 36 Illinois 75. Illinois St. 57 Kansas St. 85, Wls.-Green Bay 66 Morehead St. 92, Wright St. 75 Nebraska 89, Weber St. 63 North Park 48, Elmhurst 46 North Texas 68, Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 66 Purdue 70, Notre Dame 57 Rockford 69, Lincoln Christian 49 S. Indiana 80, Indianapolis 68 SlU-Edwardsville 75, Lewis 67 Valley City St. 74, Mayville St. 65 Wichita St. 99, New Mexico St. 95 Wis.-Parkside 65, Qulncy 59 York, Neb. 76, Dana 68 SOUTHWEST Angelo St. 80, Northeastern 54 Florida 88, Lamar 45 Mary Hardin-Baylor 63, Trinity, Texas 56 Southwestern, Texas 74, Dallas 46 Texas 71, New Mexico 58 Texas A&M-Corpus Christ! 69, UTEP 32 FAR WEST Idaho 64, S. Utah 59 INDIANA Daily Three-Midday: 5-1-5 Dally Three-Evening: 6-3-8 Daily Four-Midday: 1-5-2-3 Dally Four-Evening: 8-2-7-9 Lucky 5: 7-13-21-25-36 KENTUCKY Midday Pick 3: 3-6-4 Midday Pick 4: 7-1-5-7 Evening Pick 3: 2-6-7 Evening Pick 4: 0-0-0-0 Cash Ball: 1-14-25-27 Cash Ball: 7 ILLINOIS Pick Three-Midday: 6-8-9 Pick Three-Evening: 9-1-0 Pick Four-Midday: 7-8-5-7 Pick Four-Evening: 0-5-8-8 Little Lotto: 06-09-13-19-28 OHIO Buckeye 5: 1-2-21-34-35 Evening Pick 3: 1-0-5 Evening Pick 4: 8-2-7-2 Day Pick 3:0-1-9 Day Pick 4: 7-1-8-9 MICHIGAN Midday Dally Lottery: 3-1-0 Midday Daily-4: 5-2-8-7 Dally 3: 1-6-5 Daily 4: 4-0-7-4 Rolldown: 4-7-13-16-26 Keno: 3, 10, 18, 19, 21,30, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 46, 53, 55, 57, 66, 68, 69, 71,72, 73 TOURNAMENT Frontier Tip Oft First Round Montana St. -Northern 68, Montana Tech 55 Montana-Western 77, Carroll, Mont 73 Transactions BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND-Slgned OF Brady Anderson to a one-year contract Designated RHP Steve Woodard for assignment. SEATTLE Signed INF-OF Mark McLemore to two-year contract. TEXAS-Named Bobby Jones manager of Oklahoma of the PCL, and Bob Miscik assistant to the director of player development and defensive coordinator. Sent INF Kelly Dransfeldt outright to Oklahoma. Signed RHP Dan Murray to a minor league contract TORONTO-Named Jack Gillls national cross-checker. National League ATLANTA-Signed C Paul Bako to a one-year contract LOS ANGELES Signed 3B Adrian Beltre to a one-year contract. SAN DIEGO-Signed OF Scott Morgan, LHP Jason Kershner. RHP Jason Boyd and RHP Brandon Vllla-fuerte. Re-signed OF Al Benjamin, SS Julius Mates, LHP Jason Pearson, RHP Isabel Glron. RHP David Lundquist and RHP Jason Shiell. Sent RHP Junior Herndon outright to Portland of the PCL SAN FRANCISCO-Signed C Benito Santiago to a two-year contract BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MEMPHIS-Placed C Lorenzen Wright on the injured list. Activated F Antonis Fotsis from the Injured list FOOTBALL National Football Ltague CINCINNATI-Placed TE Brad St Louis on Injured reserve. CLEVELAND Placed WR Jamml German on ' lnurd reserve. Signed TE Jake Moreland. GREEN BAY-Released S Chris Akins. HOCKEY National Hockey League ATLANTA-Activated F Andreas Karlsson from injured reserve and assigned him to Chicago of the AHL. PHOENIX-Recalled D David Cullen from Springfield of the AHL Reassigned D Martin Grenier to Springfield. American Hockey League BRIDGEPORT Recalled LW Graham Belak from Trenton of the ECHL. CHICAGO-D Mike Weaver has been returned by the Atlanta Thrashers. MANCHESTER-Assigned RW Nate Miller to Reading of the ECHL PORTLAND Returned F Graham Mink to Richmond of the ECHL Reassigned D Nate Foster to Richmond. Announced RW Mike Farrell has been returned by the Washington Capitals. COLLEGE OREGON STATE-Sabrlna Hernandez, women's assistant volleyball coach, resigned. SAN DIEGO STATE Named Tom Craft football coach. I -7' 1. At . nr.- t i Associated Press Roger Penske, owner of Team Penske Racing, watches his driver Gil de Ferran during a CART race. Penske, a co-founder of CART, Is taking his team to IRL. PENSKE. (Continued from Page B1) without a defending champion. Gone will be Gil de Perran, who won titles the last two years. It also guarantees that Helio Castroneves, who gave Penske his Uth Indianapolis 500 victory this year, will defend that title next May. Later Thursday, CART expressed disappointment in Penske's decision. "The economics of our sport require teams to satisfy sponsors' marketing needs," CART said. "We will remain focused on our No. 1 objective growing our sport and the CART brand." The IRL said Penske's defection was another indication that its form of American oval racing as opposed to CART's globe-hopping mixture of ovals, road courses and street courses will continue to gain in popularity. "What better affirmation could there be than to have the most successful team in American motor-sports choose the Indy Racing League as its competitive platform," IRL founder and Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner Tony George said. Penske's decision was based more on marketing considerations than the caliber of racing in CART. Last May, Penske's cars ran in the Indy 500 without the logos of longtime sponsor Marlboro because the tobacco settlement forbids advertising on more than one circuit. New Zealand Cup skipper murdered by Amazon pirates Associated Press PARIS Peter Blake, who led New Zealand to the America's Cup sailing championship in 1995 and 2000, was killed by pirates in the Amazon, his race sponsors said Thursday. The Jour J agency, which represents the Paris organizers of the Louis Vuitton Cup, said the 53-year-old Blake had been on an exploratory trip when he was killed. Blake and his crew had just returned from dinner on shore when a group of masked men-rushed aboard their boat, One News, a New Zealand television station, reported. Blake was shot twice, the station said. "It appears that these fellows, whoever they were, just appeared out of the blackness, the river, the' mouth of the river, and before anybody knew anything about it they were at gunpoint," Alan Sefton, one of Blake's friends and a spokesman for his expedition group, told One News. American skipper Dennis Conner, a three-time America's Cup winner who was beaten by Team New Zealand 5-0 in 1995, was impressed with Blake's determination. "He was a hero and role model for the New Zealand people and: obviously a winner that was; focused and accomplished his' goals, whether it was winning the round-the-world race or the America's Cup," Conner said Thursday. New crew chief for Jarrett; Earnhardt's widow gets estate WINSTON CUP Associated Press Dale Jarrett's team joined Trf9fV3"JiflPr Rusty Wallace's in making crew f -Ul&jl ..U : .C i :ui " Linei ciiaiiges pusMuie reactions to disappointing seasons. Both drivers were expected to compete for the Winston Cup championship this season, but Jarrett finished fifth in the standings and Wallace was seventh. Todd Parrott, who won a championship with Jarrett in 1999, said Thursday he was giving up his crew chief duties and would become team manager of the No. 88 Ford at Robert Yates Racing. "I had to give up my title as crew chief because I wanted to make our race team stronger," said Parrott, crew chief for Jarrett since 1995. Jimmy Elledge, crew chief for Bobby Hamilton, will replace him. The moves come one day after Wallace split witmlongtime crew chief Robin Pemberlon, ending the longest active driver-crew chief tandem in the Winston Cup series at 230 races. Pemberton will be replaced by Bill Wilburn. Rudd has surgery Ricky Rudd, driver of Robert Yates Racing's No. 28 Ford, underwent arthroscopic back surgery Wednesday, according to the driver's web site. Rudd, 45, came through the surgery well, has been released from the hospital. The veteran driver is currently at home resting. Wife gets it all NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt willed most of his business interests and property, including race teams and the rights to the "Intimidator" trademark, to his wife. Some of Earnhardt's estate will remain a secret because it was willed to a trust. Earnhardt, winner of seven Winston Cup championships, died Feb. 18 in a crash on the final lap of the Daytona 500. He was 49. ECOWATER" SYSTEMS WATER SOFTENERS ECOWATER' SYSTEMS R.O. DRINKING SYSTEMS RESIDENTIAL - BUSINESSES SALES SERVICE RENTALS Water conditioners Water filters Reverse osmosis drinking water systems ' De-ionized water system Bottled water and coolers for home, office and industry Salt, sales and delivery for homes or industry We Service Lindsay, Sears and General Electric Softeners Formerly Bartholomew County Water Cond. PHONE: 376-7631 FAX: 526-6690 Psm 3 itm S THE 4t REPUBLIC D-flope's you? cGnamce c show All photos will appear in The Republic on Tuesday, December 18 They will be judged in the following categories; Cutest, So ugly it's Cute and Beet Dressed Winners will be published on Thursday, December 20. A cash prize of $30 will be awarded to winners and runner-ups will receive a $10 cash prize in each category. This contest is preydfy $QQmm feyjfififtiscslfeysliifisff; Wallace Double K Del Motet 'Grooming PETS Sa Hops wr' Veterinary CISnic GR0011G CflTTERy Vv & fk -w cus DeatfJine is 5 p.m. en Friday, Becercbsr & Darlene Hayes Only per photo 9 yPets on Parade contest Entry Form 1 , Bring in or mall this form, a photo and a self -addressed stamped envelope to: ! The Republic Classifieds, Pets on Parade Contest 333 Second Street, Columbus IN 47201 Pre payment Is required, cash, check, visa and MasterCard accepted. Questions? Call 812-379-5600' i Pet's Name: J i Owners Named): -f i Phone:

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