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UConn Women’s Basketball shows why they are #1 finishing regular season at 31-0

(courtesy U of Connecticut)

The University of Connecticut Women’s Basketball team always seem to turn a close game into a rout.

Monday night in Louisville against one of their long-time rivals, the Huskies turned an 11-0 run in the first half to a 32-22 lead. In the second half, they pushed it out to 22 and the rout was on in a 68-48 win over #3 Louisville.

UConn goes to 31-0 overall, 18-0 and the regular season champions of the American Athletic Conference.

Breanna Stewart led the way scoring 22 points and pulling down 14 rebounds. Helping out on the boards was Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis with 13.

The Cardinals who end the regular season at 28-3, 16-2 played before a new school-record crowd of 22,163, were led by Tia Gibbs with 16 points and Sara Hammond chipped in with 12.

Pirates reach 15 April wins & 1st place in NL Central Division after dumping St. Louis

Jeff Locke (courtesy

The National League Central Division race is a dogfight between the Reds and Cardinals.

But let’s not forget about the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Pirates reached 15 wins in the month of April for the first time since 1992 after their 9-0 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.

Pittsburgh rookie pitcher Jeff Locke allowed three hits in seven innings. His performance allowed the pirates to move into first place in the National League Central with a record of 15-10.

Locke, now 3-1, has pitched 13 scoreless innings in his last two starts.

Ohio shuts down Ball State 69-42

Walter Offutt and T.J. Hall led visiting Ohio University to a 69-42 win in Mid-American Conference action over Ball State.

Offutt scored 17 and Hall 10 in the game.

The Bobcats dominated in the first half and coasted to the win.

Ohio ups its record to 16-6, 7-1, while the Cardinals drop to 8-13, 2-7.


Info & logo compiled from Ohio athletics

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE BOYS BASKETBALL: St. Charles keeps Linden winless, 45-38

(courtesy St. Charles)

The Linden-McKinley Panthers stayed with the St. Charles on Saturday night as the first quarter score was a low of 8-5 in favor of the Cardinals.

But anytime a team is in the midst of a losing streak, they often wonder is this the night we’ll win, or will something bad happen and another loss is on the horizon?

For the Panthers, the latter happened in the second quarter as St. Charles scored 15 points to lead at the half, 23-13.

The Panthers ignited for a 14-7 advantage in the 3rd quarter and trailed only 30-27.

But the host Cardinals, pulled away in the fourth quarter with a 15-11 advantage and final score of 45-38.

St. Charles improves to 7-3 overall, while Linden drops to a very disappointing 0-11.

Bryce Spees led the Cardinals with a season-high 23 points.

Linden was led by power forward Nick Battle with 17 points.



BEEF O’BRADY’S BOWL: Central Florida hammers high-scoring Ball State, 38-17

(courtesy of Beef O'Brady Bowl)

Conference USA member Central Florida, one of Ohio State’s 2012 opponents, beat Ball State of the Mid-American Conference on Friday night in the Beef O’Brady’s Bowl, 38-17.

The game took place at St. Petersburg, Florida at Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays of Major League Baseball.

Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles threw three touchdowns and ran for another in the contest.

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Bortles completed 22 of 33 passes without an interception.

Ball State, which finishes the season at 9-4, had high hopes of winning 10 games for only the third time in school history, but its usually high-scoring offense was held to a season-low point total by a swarming, speedy Knights defense. The Cardinals saw their six-game winning streak come to an end.

Bortles, who led the Knights to a 10-4 record, passed for 272 yards to become the first QB to throw for 3,000 yards since 2002. A solid runner, he also led the team on the ground, rushing nine times for a career-best 80 yards.

Cardinals quarterback Keith Wenning was 22 of 34 passing for 217 yards and two touchdowns.

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Info compiled from Central Florida University, Ball State University & Beef O’Brady’s Bowl news

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