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Harvest Prep: David Dennis is top coach, Shicole Watts is top player

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Harvest Prep keeps getting awards. Head coach David Dennis was named Division IV co-coach of the year and Shicole Watts was honored as the co-player of the year for the same division. The honors were handed out by the Associated Press.

Coach Dennis shared the coaching award with Dean Sanford of DeGraff Riverside and Dave Kleman of Ottoville.

Watts, a 6’1 junior, averaged 14.9 points,10.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists while shooting 52 percent from the floor for the Division IV State Champions, Harvest Prep.

Sony Ericsson WTA TOUR: Jankovic dominates Wozniacki at Indian Wells

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Jelena Jankovic WTA (Creative Commons/wfe photo)

Jelena Jankovic handily defeated Caroline Wozniacki in the women’s final at Indian Wells, California, 6-2,6-4. It was her first title in seven months.

Jankovic is two years removed from being the world’s number 1 player, is projected to move up in the player rankings as high as 8. She hadn’t won a tournament title since August 2009 in Cincinnati. Indian Wells is her 12th career title.

Jankovic, who is from Serbia, dictated the flow of the matches from baseline to baseline the entire hour and a half match by keeping her opponent constantly on the run.

Jankovic broke Wozniacki three times in the first set and again in the first game of the second set. Wozniacki brought her coach, who is her father on the court several times to help figure out Jankovic’s gameplan. They could never figure the Serbian out or couldn’t counteract anything she did.

The 19-year-old Wozniacki was a 2009 U.S. Open finalist. 2009 was he best year to date as she reached eight finals and winning three.  She should reach the number ranking, a career high.

ATP TOUR: Indian Wells title goes to Ljubicic in an upset over Roddick

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Ivan Ljubicic ATP Tour (Creative Commons/wfe photo)

Ivan Ljubicic has played in big final round matches before and had always come out the loser. The getting beat in the first round in five straight tournaments in 2009 had him doing a reassessment of his career.

Everything was forgotten on Sunday as the Croatian upset Andy Roddick  7-6 (3), 7-6 (5) in a battle of  the tennis circuits big servers to win the BNP Paribas Open, earning his first ATP Masters 1000 title after three, second place finishes.

Ljubicic set up his fourth match point with the last of his 20 aces, then won with a serve that Roddick couldn’t return.

Andy Roddick was trying to become the first American male to win at Indian Wells, California, since 2001, but he trailed in both tiebreakers. Roddick had defeated Ljubicic seven times in 10 meetings, winning their last match at Indian Wells in two tiebreakers in 2007.

The 31-year-old Lubicic is the second-oldest winner at the Indian Wells event behind Jimmy Connors, who was five months older in 1984 as the tournament champion.

NHL NOTES: St. Louis star Keith Tkachuk leaning towards retirement

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Whenever NHL media members talk about the St. Louis Blues, the first name that comes to find is Keith Tkachuk. He is the heart and soul of the franchise.

Keith Tkachuk (ST.L)

Eventhough he hasn’t  made a decision, but it appears that the 18-year National Hockey League veteran is leaning toward retirement following the current season.

Tkachuk will turn 38 on March 28, and the 2009-10 season has been tough on him. He lost several teeth when he was hit in the mouth by a puck on January 2 and recently suffered a displaced finger on his left hand.

Teemu Selanne, newest member of the 600 goals club

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Anaheim Ducks star Teemu Selanne, Sunday night became the 18th player in National Hockey League history to score 600 goals, reaching the milestone Sunday night in the Ducks 5-2 victory over Colorado.

He joins only two other European-born players in the 600-goal club: Finnish countryman Jari Kurri (601) and the Czech Republic’s Jaromir Jagr (646).

The 39-year-old Selanne is the fourth player to reach the milestone in the last four seasons, along with Jagr, Brendan Shanahan and Joe Sakic.

Teemu scored 34 seconds into the second period, into a wide-open net during a power play with goalie Craig Anderson out of position after a furious scramble in front of the crease. Anderson became the 133rd goalie that Selanne has scored against in the regular season. His first NHL goal came against San Jose’s Jeff Hackett on October 8, 1992.

Selanne says he remembers it well, “It was at the Cow Palace against the Sharks.”

Ducks star Teemu Selanne (Anaheim)

Selanne also made history as far as assists go. He assisted on a power-play goal by Ryan Getzlaf, the 648th assist of Teemu’s career and the second-lowest total among players who have scored 600 goals. Bobby Hull had 560 assists, but son Brett finished his career with 650.

Selanne also played on the winning team when scored his 100th, 200th, 300th and 400th NHL goals. But Anaheim lost at Colorado, 3-2 in a shootout when he scored his 500th goal on November 22, 2006.

Selanne came on the NHL scene with the Winnipeg Jets, now the Phoenix Coyotes, after being selected with the 10th overall pick in the 1988 draft. Teemu finished his rookie year with 76 goals, tying Alexander Mogilny for the league Lead.

In addition to shattering Mike Bossy’s previous rookie record of 63 goals,Selanne had 110 points to break Peter Statsny’s rookie record and ran away with the Calder Cup Trophy. The 10-time All-Star was the recipient of the first two Maurice “Rocket” Richard trophies as the NHL’s top goal scorer in 1997-98 (52) and 1998-99 (47) and won his first Stanley Cup with the Ducks in 2007.

Mario Lemieux, Luc Robitaille and Teemu Selanne are the only NHL players to score 600 goals after winning the Calder Cup as rookie of the year. Luc Robitaille also reached the 600 goal milestone at Anaheim while playing for Detroit on November 9, 2001.

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