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Amare Stoudamire shows he can lead Suns over the Lakers

compiled from staff and wire reports

Since the playoffs started against the Lakers, Suns forward Amare Stoudemire has been criticzed by Phoenix fans and the national media for not being the star and leader that he is supposed to be as the team’s most recognized player.

The Suns superstar player just let it all sink in and went out on Sunday night and was relentless against the Los Angeles Lakers, matching his career playoff high with 42 points, 11 rebounds to lead Phoenix to a 118-109 victory in The Valley of the Sun, Phoenix, Arizona. The Suns have cut the deficit in the Western Conference finals to 2-1 Lakers.

Amare Stoudamire (nba)

Stoudemire’s previous career high of 42 points came against San Antonio on June 1, 2005.

Robin Lopez, whose 7-foot height was a big presence and gave the smaller Suns  much-needed inside toughness, scored 20 points on 8 of  10 shooting in 31 minutes. It was the most playing time he has seen since returning from a back injury at the start of the series. Phoenix made 37-of-42 free throws, 14 of 18 by Stoudemire. The Lakers were 16 of 20 at the line.

Kobe Bryant had 36 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds. Pau Gasol scored 23 points, but Los Angeles didn’t get as much helped from its other starters and bench as they did in Games 1 and 2.

Dustin Byfuglien becoming a regular hero again for Chicago

compiled from staff and wire reports

257-pound Dustin Byfuglien is starting to become a force for the Chicago Blackhawks and is showing he is not only rugged but can score as dish out assists as well. He has helped lead his team to the Stanley Cup finals.

Dustin Byfuglien (nhl)

Byfuglien scored his third go-ahead goal of the Western Conference finals, converting on a third-period power-play as the Blackhawks rallied to beat the San Jose Sharks 4-2 on Sunday and complete a surprising four-game sweep that sent them to the NHL finals for the first time since 1992.

Chicago will play either Montreal or Philadelphia and be in the hunt for its first NHL championship since 1961.

Fan Favorite, fun-loving Jose Lima dead at age 37

compiled from staff, wire and MLB reports

Jose Lima played 13 years in the major leagues with Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Mets.

The free-spirited pitcher left a trail of fun and laughter known as “Lima Time” wherever he went in baseball and out of the game. Popular with fans and animated on the mound, his latin music became a familiar fixture in clubhouses where he played.

The All-Star pitcher died on Sunday at the age of 37, according to the Los Angeles Dodgers front office.

Lima, who pitched the Dodgers to their first playoff win in 16 years back in 2004, was in full cardiac arrest when paramedics arrived at his Pasadena home early on Sunday morning, police said in a media statement. He was pronounced dead at Huntington Memorial Hospital.

The specific cause of death has not been determined and the Los Angeles County coroner’s office will perform an autopsy.

Jose Lima (LA Dodgers photo)

On Friday, Lima was in attendance at a game at Dodger Stadium, where he was recognized and introduced between innings and received an ovation from the crowd.

Lima went 13-5 with a 4.07 ERA in 2004 after making the Dodgers as a non-roster invitee to spring training.

In the National League division series, Lima pitched a five-hit shutout against the St. Louis Cardinals in front of a sellout crowd at Dodger Stadium. It was the Dodgers first postseason win since game five of the 1988 World Series.

Lima posted his best season with the Houston Astros in 1999 when he was selected to the All-Star game. He went 21-10 with a 3.58 ERA in 35 starts for the NL Central Division champions. He spent a majority of his career in the southeast Texas city, compiling a record of 46-42 from 1997-2001.

In 2005, when the Kansas City Royals ended a 19-game losing streak, Lima broke out bottles of Dom Perignon to celebrate and offered a $1,ooo to the player who best helped the team win the day.

Jose Lima revived his career several times, bouncing back and forth between the independent league and the minors. The Dominican Republic native was 89-102 overall with a 5.26 ERA in 348 games in the majors with his last appearance a four-game stint with the New York Mets in 2006.

Crew continues to roll; Renteria is the star in 1-0 win in Kansas City

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The unbeaten Columbus Crew defeated the Kansas City Wizards on Sunday 1-0, as Emilio Renteria scored on a header in the 64th minute.

Renteria’s goal, his second in two games, was the first allowed by the Wizards off a corner kick this season. Guillermo Barros Schelotto, playing his first game for Columbus (6-0-2) after serving a on-game suspension, got the assist.

With Sunday’s win, The Crew continued it’s dominance against Kansas City (2-4-2). Columbus has won six of the last seven meetings with the Wizards, who haven’t beaten the Crew since September 15, 2007.


* The Crew is 6-0-2 (20 pts) and 2-0-2 on the road.

Emilio Renteria (mls)

* With the 6-0-2 record, the Crew is now off to its best start in franchise history (20 pts) in its first 8 games), surpassing the old mark set by the 2008 MLS Cup Championship Club (18 points in its first 8 games).

* Sunday’s win over Kansas City moves the Crew’s current unbeaten streak against the Wizards to eight games (6-0-2) including playoffs.

* Goalkeeper William Hesmer earned his fourth shutout of the season.

* The Crew were without several players on Sunday: Frankie Hejduk (hamstring), Chad Marshall (U.S. National team) and Robbie Rogers (U. S. National team).

9 hour baseball game in NCAA Tournament goes to Kutztown

compiled from staff, wire and NCAA reports

Kutztown University beat Franklin Pierce College 2-1 in the opening round of the NCAA Division II tournament Sunday night in a game that took nine hours;  to complete.


The first pitch was thrown at 1:03 p.m. and Brett Wigder beat the Ravens with an RBI single over the drawn-in infield in the 12 th inning at 10:14 p.m. There were three delays-two for bad weather and the other for a problem with the lights, all lasting over 5 1/2 hours.

Franklin Pierce (41-16-1) pitcher Jose Macias threw eight solid innings.

Kutztown (42-13), scored its first run on a throwing error in the second inning.

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