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Chris Schmidt will lead the Bellefontaine Chieftains football program

compiled from staff, wire reports

When Jason Brown stepped down on Monday February 8 as the Chieftains head football coach, it surprised and shocked everybody area the Logan County area. Why would anyone want to leave a successful program. But as Brown said, “he wanted to put his time and efforts in new areas both professionally and personally”.

Brown was successful in seven seasons, he was 38-34 and the Chiefs won a share of the Central Buckeye Conference Kenton Trail Division title in 2004 his second season as head coach.

But this past week, Bellefontaine school officials chose Chris Schmidt during  the board of education meeting.

Chris Schmidt Chieftains ftb coach (bhs)

Schmidt is a 1996 graduate of Bellefontaine High School and spent the last five seasons as an assistant coach under Jason Brown. Schmidt has taught at Bellefontaine High School for nine years since graduating from Wittenberg University in 2000.  Schmidt was also a player for the Chieftains during his days as a student.

Will Power is the IRL pole for the third straight

compiled from staff, wire and IRL info

It seems everytime the Indy Racing League has a race, Will Power is on the pole.

Well, he is again for the third straight race.

Powering his way through a bumpy, tight-turned course that left many drivers breathless, Power earned his third straight Indy Racing League pole at the Grand Prix of Long Beach on Saturday.

Will Power (IRL)

A two-time winner already this season, Power worked his way around the 11-turn, 1.968-mile temporary street course through downtown Long beach in 1 minute, 9,318.5 seconds to finish just ahead of Ryan Hunter-Reay.

Power has made it look easy in 2010 and his opponents are wondering if they’re ever going to catch him.

Power, a 29-year-old Australian worked his way in at Team Penske last season while Helio Castroneves went through a tax evasion case, driving well enough the team gave him five more races. Power finished in the top 10 in every race, but a practice crash in Sonoma left him with a broken back and an uncertain futrue.

Impressed by Power’s talents and prowess, Team Penske gave him a full-time ride for this season, an opportunity he’s fully taken advantage of.

Clippers beat Aroldis Chapman behind Pino’s pitching

Courtesy of Columbus Clippers and Scott Leo

Johan Pino (MiLB)

All of the pre-game talk Saturday centered around Aroldis Chapman’s and his high 90′s-low 100 mph fastball, but Yohan Pino was the star and pitcher of the day, pitching 7 shutout innings and earning the win in a 3-1 Clippers victory over the Louisville Bats. The game was played in Louisville.

Chapman allowed only one run on one hit over 5 frames, but walked 5 while Pino never let a runner reach 3rd base in his outing.

Columbus got on the board early, using 2 walks and a heads-up stolen base by Jason Donald to score on a Shelley Duncan sacrifice fly to make it 1-0. The score stayed the same until the 6th inning when Carlos Santana drove in Donald for a 2-0 lead. Each team scored a run in the 9th inning.

Hector Ambriz threw a perfect inning of relief, striking out 2 hitters and Saul Rivera pitched the 9th for his first save.

The Clippers and Bats will play a doubleheader on Sunday as a makeup for Friday’s rainout. Game one is scheduled for 4:o5 p.m.

POSTGAME AUDIO FROM CLIPPERS MANAGER MIKE SARBAUGH (to listen to an audio file, click on the link)

44 820 Mike Sarbaugh on Pino

44 821 Mike Sarbaugh on Chapman

44 822 Mike Sarbaugh on agressive base running

Jerry Rice’s two day run in the Fresh Express Classic ends

compiled from staff and PGA /Nationwide Tour reports

Jerry Rice (nfl)

The golf fans who followed former NFL wide receiver Jerry Rice’s 2-day run in the Nationwide Tour’s Fresh Express Classic at TPC Stonebrae in Hayward, California.

During the second day of play, Jerry was 1-over par on the front nine, shooting a 37 with two birdies, one bogey and one double-bogey. He started the back nine witha triple-bogey and a bogey on numbers 10 and 11, then settled down to play the next seven holes in even par.

The 10th hole seemed to be his Achilles heel the last two days. On Thursday, he made a double-bogey and friday a triple-bogey.

Rice shot a 37-39 for a 76 on Friday. His two-day total was 83-76 for a 159 which put him at a 17-over par for the tournament.

On thursday, he played holes 13-17 in 7-over par. Friday, he played the same stretch of holes 1-under par.

Jerry did not make the 36-hole cut.

Off the tee, he averaged 271.5 yards per drive. He hit the fairway on 69.2% of his drives.

He averaged 34 putts per round over the two days at TPC Stonebrae.

NHL PLAYOFFS: Eastern Conference (Friday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports


Sidney Crosby scored a goal, prevented one and his stickhandling abilities led to Kris Letang’s winner late in the third period, and the Pittsburgh Penguins rebounded to beat Ottawa Senators 2-1 to even the Eastern Conference first-round series at a game apiece. The game was played in Pittsburgh.

Sidney Crosby (nhl)

Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fluery turned aside 19 shots after the lone Ottawa goal.


Dainius Zubrus scored on a rebound with 4:04 to play and New Jersey beat Philadelphia in Newark, New Jersey to tie the Eastern Conference series at a game apiece.

Dainius Zubrus (nhl)

Zach Parise, Colin White, Andy Greene and Ilya Kovalchuk also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 26 shots to help New Jersey avoid losing the first two games at home in the best-of-7 series.

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