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THE OKLAHOMAN NEWSOK.COM SPORTSSCOREBOARD THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2013 7B BASKETBALL Wednesday's Games Chicago at New York, 10 a m Phoenix at Los Angeles, 9 p.m Tuesday's Results GOLF Wednesday's Results 2013 USGA Amateur Public Links At Laurel Hill Golf Club Lorton, Va. Yardage: 7,022; Par: 70 Match Play Results Upper Bracket Joshua Stone, Stockton, Calif, (145) def. Garrett Rank, Canada (132), 19 holes Sean Knapp, Oakmont, Pa. (142) def. Jon Trasamar, Minneapolis, (142), 19 holes : : j.40) del Andy Drohen, Granville, Mass. (143), 6 and 4 Iniewek, Austin, Texas (145), 2 and 1 Mario Clemens, Mexico (143) def. Zachary Vnght, Phoeni lick Brothers, Crystal River, Fla. (142) def. Taeksoo Kim, South Korea (142), 6 and 5 Sam Saunders, AidwestCitya37),19 holes : ohnOda, Honolulu, (142), 1 up i Oaks, Calif (143),' Orange County, Calif (145), 2 and 1 Trevor Cone, Concord, N C (142) def Mark Cusic, California, Md (142), 4 and 2 Robby Shelton IV, Wilmer, Ala (139) def Brett Patterson, McMinnville, Tenn (144), 1 up Derek Fribbs, Boulder, Colo (143) def Jonathan Hauter, Morton, III. (140), 6 and 5 Brandon Hortt, Spring Valley, Calif. (145), 8 and Lucas Kim, Canada (142) def. Ricky Desantis, San Marcos, Calif. (143), 4 and 3 Mitchell Rutledge, Creve Coeur, Mo. (145) Eric Sugimoto, San Diego, (135) def. Tyler Klava, Pace, Fla. (145), 6 and 5 Kevin Josephson, New Britain, Conn. (142) def. Tanner Owens, Claremore (142), 4 and 3 Cameron Peck, Olympia, Wash. (139) def. Zachary Moore, Orlando, Fla. (144), 4 and 3 George Cunningham, Tucson, Ariz. (143) def. Paul McConnell, Garland, Texas (137) def. Xander McDonald-Smith, R. Park, N.Y. (13 up P. J. Samiere, Kailua, Hawaii (141) def. Kelly, Staten Island, N.Y. (143), 3 and 2 WOGA 2013 State Amateur Championship Qualifier At The Greens Country Club Match Play Results Championship Flight-Round of 16 Nadia Majidi def. Leigh Ann Fore, 3 and Maddy Haley def. Bethany Darrough, 1 1 def. Taylor Boylan, 4 Jaime Branch def. Makenzi Wagner, 2 up Brinn Farris def. Brandy Jo Gray, 19 holes Abby Thompson def. Chrissy Bagwell, 19 Jen Hays def. Megan Blonien, 2 and 1 Laurie MakesCry def. Haley Hill, 4 and ; Emily Folsom def. Anna Kroll, 2 and 1 ichaela Osborne def. Abby Thompson, 2 a Brinn Farris def. Jen Hays, 19 holes Jamie Branch def. Laurie MakesCry, 19 holes Jordyn Altenburg, bye Liz Langford def. Kasi B Flight-Quarterfinal Lien Alsup der. Kaye Pickering, 4 and L Cherie Rich def, Cindy Arnold, 5 and 4 Leslie Young def. Kathy Parrott, 2 up Elaine Davis c Elaine Davis def. Lien Alsup, 19 he Leslie Yound def. Cherie Rich,2an C Flight-Quarterfinal Susie Ellegard def. Susan Hall, 1 up LaDonna Zeiders def. Pat McKarney, 3 and 1 a Williams def. Susie Ellegard, 5 and 4 D Flight-Quarterfinal lise Johnson def. Sandra Groves, default Leaders Points YTD Money ... 2,380 $5,909,742 2. Matt Kuchar 3 Brandt Snedeker 4 Phil Mickelson 5 Billy Horschel 13 Webb Simpson 20 Steve Strieker 21. Charles Howell III 22 Dustin Johnson 23 Ken Duke 24 Graham DeLaet 25 Graeme McDowell 26 Chris Kirk 27 Scott Stallings 28 Sang-Moon Bae 31 John Merrick 32 Ryan Palmer 33 Brian Gay 36 Chris Stroud 37 Charl Schwartzel 38. Rickie Fowler 39 Angel Cabrera 40 Charley Hoffman 41 Jonas Blixt 42. Matt Jones 43 Bubba Watson 44 Brendon de Jonge 1,358 53,032,310 1,011 51,914,347 1,005 51,866,742 1,003 $2,164,115 733 51,516,253 732 51,402,809 48. John Rollins 668 $1,127,849 49. David Lynn 652 $l,33a,578 50. Josh Teater 651 $1,257,470 82. Martin Flores 476 $684,710 83. Bo Van Pelt 472 $832,724 88. Bryce Molder 450 $622,608 96. Morgan Hoffmann 425 $847,280 105. Jeff Maggert 401 $979,727 124. Robert Streb 314 $423,871 133. Tag Ridings 277 $414,807 145. Brandt Jobe 229 $230,689 PGA Tour Schedule July 18-21 - The Open Championship, Muirfield, Gullane, Scotland July 18-21 - True South Classic, Annandale CC Madison Miss July 25-28 - RBC Canadian Open, Glen Abbey GC.Oakville, Ontario Aug. 1-4 - WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Firestone CC (South CourseXAkron, Ohio Aug. 1-4 - Reno-Tahoe Open, Montreaux Coif & CC. Reno, Nev Aug. 8-13 - PGA Championship, Oak Hill CC, Rochester, N Y Aug. 15-18 - Wyndham Championship, Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC . Jersey City, N.J. Aug. 30-Sept. 2 - Deutsche Bank Championship, TPC Boston, Norton, Mass Farms GC, Lake Forest, III. Sept. 19-22 - Tour Championship, East Lake GC, Atlanta Oct. 3-6 - Presidents Cup, Muirfield Village Oct 10-13 - Frys.com Open, CordeValle GC, aOct.ai7-20 - Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas Oct. 24-27 - CIMB Classic, The MINES Resort & GC, Selangor, Malaysia Oct. 31-Nov. 3 - WGC-HSBC Champions, Sheshan International GC, Shanghai Champions Tour Schedule July 25-28 - Senor British Open, Royal Birkdale, Southport, England. Aug. 2-4 - 3M Championship, Twin Cities GC, Blaine, Minn. Aug. 16-18 - Dick's Sporting Goods Open, Aug. 23-25 - Boeing Classic, Snoqualmie Ridge, Snoqualmie, Wash. Aug. 30-Sept. 1 - Calgary Golf Classic, Canyon Meadows G & CC, Calgary, Alberta. Sept. 6-8 - Montreal Championship, La Vallee du Richelieu Golf Club (Rouville Course), Montreal. Sept. 20-22 - Pacific Links Hawaii Championship, Kapolei GC, Kapolei, Hawaii. at Pebble Beach, Pebble Beach GL and Del Monte GC, Pebble Beach, Calif. Oct. 11-13 - SAS Championship, Preston-wood CC, Cary, N.C. Oct. 18-20 - Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn, Rock Barn, Conover, N.C. If If :,r Antonio (AT&T Canyons Course), San Antonio f Championship, TPC Harding Park, San Francisco NASCAR-Sprint Cup Schedule July 28: Allstate 400 at the Brickyard, Raceway, Long Pond, PA August 11: Centurion Boats at The Glen, ntemational Speedway, Brooklyn, Ml August 24: Irwin Tools Night Race, Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, TN Sept. 1: AdvoCare 500, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton, GA Sept. 7: Air Guard 400, Richmond International Raceway, Richmond, VA Sept. 15: Geico 400, Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet,IL Sept. 22: Sylvania 300, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon, NH Sept. 29: AAA 400, Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE Oct. 6: Price Chopper 400, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, KS Oct. 12: Bank of America 500, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC Oct. 20: AMP Energy 500, Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega, AL t Speedway, Ridgeway, VA Nov. 3: AAA Texas 500, Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, TX NASCAR-Nationwide Schedule July 21 - STP 300, Joliet, III. July 27 - Indiana 250, Speedway, Ind. Aug. 3 - U.S. Cellular 250, Newton, Iowa Aug. 10 - ZIPPO 200, Watkins Glen, N.Y, Aug. 17 - Nationwide Children's Hospital 200, Lexington, Ohio Aug. 23 - Food City 250, Bristol, Tenn. Aug. 31 - Atlanta 300, Hampton, Ga. Sept. 6 - Virginia 529 College Savings 250, Richmond, Va. Sept. 14- Dollar General 300, Joliet, III. Sept. 21 - Kentucky 300, Sparta, Ky. Sept. 28 - Dover 200, Dover, Del. Oct. 5 - Kansas Lottery 300, Kansas City, Oct. 11 - Dollar General 300, Concord, N.C. fjw. !-(.'. Worth, Texas Nov. 9 - Great Clips 200, Avondale, Ariz. Nov. 16 - Ford EcoBoost 300, Homestead, Fla. FISHING REPORT CENTRAL Arcadia: Elevation 2 ft above normal, wati 4 and murky. All fishing fair to good. Bass a : and mid 60's. Fishing good all ; from the dam to the mouth. W mall stripers are biting well at t 2-8 ft in weeds striped bass good on lipless baits and small grubs at 4-8 ft. Channel catfish fair on punch baits at 4-10 ft along windy shoreline. Blue catfish fairon punch baits at 4-10 ft along windy shoreline. Crappie fair on minnows anc crankbaits and drifting live bait at 8-14 ft. Overholser: July 15. Elevation normal and murky. Catfish fair on worms and stinkbait J structure. Channel catfish f NORTHEAST Bell Cow: Elevation normal, water 86 an clear. Bass fair on spinner and plastic bait. Catfish good on cut bait at night. Crappie f Carl Blackwell: Elevation 4 ft below no water 78-80. Crappie best in early mornin jigs, after 9 A.M. live bait is best at 5-12 highest numbers a id rocky structure on . Flatheads are also still esults for flatheads are it the fish are staging in Largemouth bass are being picked up in the deeper water, as well as on topwater baits in the evenings. All carp species good to excelled with homemade dough baits as well as the occasional fly fisherman targeting them. : Elevation 1 ft below r around brush and structi Largemouth bass fair on Bluegill good on worms i grass beds. Catfish fair o . Catfish good on fresh cut Hulah: Elevation slightly above normal, Kaw: Elevation normal, water 81. Chanm catfish slow on rod and reel with stink bait cut shad. Blue Catfish fair on jug lines with fresh cut bait. Hybrid striped bass slow. Somesaugera 3 caught in deep hole: and Watts area on power bait, rapalas and rooster tails mainly in deeper holes, Fly fishm is good on wooly buggers being stripped and dry flies early in the morning, especially in the Watts Area. Oologah: Elevation 6 inches above normal, water mid to upper 70's murky. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around brush piles at 10-15 ft. Blue and channel catfish fair on juglines trolling shad colored crankbaits on flats a Skiatook: Elevation 7 ft below : topwater lur ng along the dam. ? dam area. Largemouth t iter baits. Bluegill good oi Tenkiller: Elevation 1.5 ft above norma water 83, clear and steady. Largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass fair on top spinnerbaits, or soft plastics. Catfish goo NORTHWEST Canton: Elevation 13.5 ft below normal. Channel catfish good on grasshoppers and minnows. White bass good on trolling crankbaits. Walleye fair on drifting slabs and night crawlers. Fort Supply: Elevation normal. Only channel ; ; : ;: . : : : : ; -I V , . . ; dam and shore. SOUTHEAST Arbuckle: Elevation 2 ft below normal, water 82 and stained. Crappie excellent off docks !!:' : i!";. r urfacing chasing shad from back end of Buck horn creek to dam, use small crank baits or wiggle tail grubs. Channel catfish good early Blue River: Elevation normal, water clear. Channel catfish good on chicken li stinkbait around obstructions near cum larger pools. Smallmouth and spotted b unfish. Crappie good : : ; ; : l small grubs in whi' Eufaula: Elevation 6 inches above norma lurky. Black bass fair on soft plastic and c aits around points and in deep rocky area: Vhite bass fair near bridges when there is jther fishing slow. Dwer Mountain Fork: Crayfish and mini :erns (size 10-12) and Light Cahills (siz I midges. In Zone III Murray: Elevation 4-5 ft below normal, w 82 and clear. Largemouth and smallmouth b schooling just before dark, good on plastic jigs at 10-15 ft around brush structure. Pine Creek: Elevation above normal, watt clear. Bass fair on watermelon brush hogs. Crappie good on whit also good in cutoffs in river. Largemouth good t ' baited with cut bait at 12-20 ft close to creek and river channels. Flathead catfish good up creeks on surface lures, plastic worms and crankbaits. Striped and white bass good at 5-30 ft from Burns Run to the Islands on surface lures, slabs and live bait. Channel and blue catfish good from 10-20 ft from Johnson creek to Platter flats and Sanders Island View on Red : 5 : : r fair to good at 5-15 ft around the fish attrac-tors and underwater brush on minnows and jigs. Sunfish good at 5-10 ft on fishing docks on small tube jigs, worms and shrimp. water murky. Largemouth bass excell black 12-inch worms, white tips, spin ; and zara spooks early a bass slow. Saugeye fair on deep running cranks and trolling. Channel and blue catfish good on . Report submitted by David Smith, game warden stationed in H i channel catfish fair with dam by trolling crankbait TRANSACTIONS Wednesday's Deals National League ) (FL) for future considerations. KANSAS CITY T-BONES-Released INF Kody Hightower. LAREDO LEMURS-Signed OF Daniel Poma. Atlantic League LONG ISLAND DUCKS-Signed C Anthony rmenio BASKETBALL CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Agreed to terms with F Kyle Beach on a one-year contract. NASHVILLE PREDATORS-Signed F Rich une oa wo yearmnra. JAMES MADISON Named Rob Summers men's basketball director of basketball hrough the 2018-19 season. SETON HALL-Named Devin Jefferson women's associate head basketball coach. ST. JOHN'S (NY)-Named Alioune Ndiaye coach Tara VanDerveer t WOFFORD-Named D basketball assistant coa Q&A: MILES HALL, OWNER OF H&H SHOOTING SPORTS COMPLEX Summer Expo still growing The H&H Shooting Sports Complex is holding its annual Summer Expo Thursday through Sunday. More than 100 representatives from different firearms and archery manufacturers across the country will be showing off their product lines. Those attending the Expo can buy tickets to shoot the guns and bows on display during the three-day event. H&H donates the money raised to charity. Miles Hall, owner of the H&H Shooting Sports Complex, sat down for a ques-tion-and-answer session with The Oklahoman about the event and the state of the firearms industry. Q: How much has the Expo grown since H&H held the first one more than 20 years ago? A: "From probably 100 customers to close to 6,000 people now come to the Expo during these three days. Not just from Oklahoma, but we have people from all the surrounding states come in for it. "We started with a single vendor and have grown to more than 100. Years ago, the first vendor was Colt. When we moved to the Ed Godfrey I egodfrey(3 ."t t opubco.com new location, Smith and Wesson jumped on board and we have been with them ever since." Why do people come to the Expo? "They get a chance to ask questions to factory representatives from all over the industry, firearms and archery. It's a grand fellowship of people. And people get a chance to shoot the guns and the bows on our range." How much work is involved in putting it on? "A ton. It started off as such a simple idea. It's gotten so large that we have to provide additional parking at a nearby hotel. We escort (customers) to and from the expo in golf carts." How many people will attend the Expo this weekend? "Last year we had 5,600 people attend. This year we are expecting to hit 6,000. fair on minnows and jigs around bridges and lHHK Hugo: Elevation normal, flood gates closed. H ' Crappie fair on minnows along river channels. .-flk-JB H K andor goldfish in the main lake. Blue catfish f fair to good on stink bait below dam in shallow N?! I y water. Black bass fair on spinner and topwater L fiHH baits early and late around the button brush. L V !M Hfk A VL . Konawa: Elevation 6 inches above normal, HRl P ' i i HV water 88 and clear. Largemouth Bass good on A 'J 't Vk r Hf beds and at 5-8 ft. Channel Catfish are good on T 1 ' miB vlHH vA "-j. cut shad around points and south cove at 5-10 'iM a VI It's been called a mini-Shot Show (the firearms industry trade show held each year in Las Vegas, Nev.) What do you think of the comparison? "Others have done that. I didn't. That's what you go to the Shot Show for, to meet all the manufacturers. Basically we've brought the industry to Oklahoma for three days." What is the current state of the firearms industry in your opinion? "It is the strongest it's ever been. More people are involved than there has ever been." Why is that? "Brand new shooters are finding out the magic of the industry. Many people buy a gun for the first time for self-defense, and then find out it really is a sport and fall in love with shooting." Has the ammo shortage improved? Are people able to find ammo more easily? "It's getting a little better, but there are dealers that have closed around the country because they have nothing left to sell. We are very lucky. The manufacturers are keeping us fed better than most." Miles Hall, owner of H&H Shooting Sports Complex, has seen the annual Summer Expo grow through the years. He said this year's attendance could hit 6,000. PHOTO BY NATE BILLINGS, THE OKLAHOMAN 2012 Bedlam game to air in ESPNU marathon ESPN ranked the Top 25 games of the 2012 college football season, and ESPNU is televising select games from that list. OU's 51-48 overtime win over OSU was selected as No. 15 and will air at 5 p.m. Saturday. An ESPN stats team, led by ESPN college football research analyst Brad Edwards, determined Nos. 25-6, and left the order of the top five games to be decided by fans through a SportsNation poll on ESPN.com. The Top 5 games of 2012 were narrowed down to: Texas A&M vs. Alabama, Outback Bowl: South Carolina vs. Michigan, Alabama vs. LSU, Stanford vs. Oregon and SEC championship: Alabama vs. Georgia. SHORT TAKES Fan voting continues in the quarterfinals of the ESPN Ultimate Team of the past 25 years. Ninth-seeded OU is alive after beating Alabama in the first round and will face No. 1 Miami in the quarterfinals. The Hurricanes, featuring Andre Johnson, Ed Reed and Ray Lewis, logged the most votes for any team in the first round. Other matchups are No. 5 Florida-No. 13 Nebraska, No. 3 Ohio State-No. 11 Florida State and No. 7 Texas-No. 15 Auburn. Fans can vote online at ESPN.comNCAAUItimateTeam, on the mobile Web at ESPN.mobiNCAAUItimate-Team and via social platforms by tweeting votes using the hashtag UltimateTeam. The Ultimate Team winner will be announced Aug. 6. Fox Sports Southwest kicks off its Dallas Cowboys coverage Saturday with nightly training camp shows. "Cowboys Training Camp Today" will air at 10:30 p.m. or after Texas Rangers postgame shows. Cowboys radio voice Brad Sham and Cowboys Insider Mickey Spagnola will host the 15-minute updates. ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball" returns at 7 p.m. Sunday with the New York Yankees at Boston (Dave O'Brien, Orel Her-shiser, John Krukand reporter Buster Olney). The Texas Rangers will be featured at 6 p.m. Monday on the network against the Yankees (O'Brien, Aaron Boone, Rick Sutcliffe and reporter Tim Kurkjian), and the game also will air on Fox Sports Southwest. Two of the most recent additions to ESPN's NFL team, analyst Jeff Saturday, a six-time Pro Bowl center, and contributor Billy Devaney, a former St. Louis Rams general manager, made their debut on ESPN shows this week. BY MEL BRACHT da OKLAHOMA OUTDOOR CLASSIFIEDS 'ahoman NEWSOK Place An Ad Anytime Day o, Night ONLINE NEWSOK.COM . NewsOK.comClassifiedsSell CALL 475-3000 even more .yfe autos. jfjgjgj 2006 Stratus Pro 20 ft bass boat, 200 hp Ev-Etek, bought new 2008 less than 100 hours, hot foot, dual console, loaded, $17,900 obo, 405-664-1905 or 405-340-8015. 19' MAXUM '97, Open bow, fish and ski, outboard, with sound system. One owner, Excellent condition $4500 (405)408-3648 1993 Reinell 170 BRXL, IO, bow rider, 135hp OMC Cobra, AMFM tape, sonar, Bimini, incl trailer & many extras,$3800, 405-562-1867 '09 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic LT, 3,000 miles, Like New! $4900 obo Call 405-262-9226 '78 Harley Davidson FLH Shovel-head. Call for details $6200 OBO. Call 405-496-9107. 2002 Honda Reflex Scooter Garage kept, Ilk, very good condition. $2,700, OBO. 996-6597 I Scan to find even more fSjSjiS merchandise, HjJtfjj 97 Innsbrook 5th Wheel 26 foot Super slide. Yukon. Nice! $4,000 Jena 806-282-4530 jml0161016(3yahoo.com 2008 Itasca Navion, 24ft, loaded, sleeps 6, 21K miles, Mercedes diesel, $52,900. 405-388-6490 1996 Escaper 5th wheel, 36 foot, 2 slides, new frig, 1 owner, very nice, $7900, 918-424-4604. GUN SHOW OKC Fairgrounds, July 13th & 14th. Pistols, rifles, shotguns. Look for us! C&J Sporting Goods. ConcealOpen Carry Class $40 Total i 405-818-7904 HavePistolWillCarrv.com mi: Oklahoman

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