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Texas advances in Little League baseball World Series

Texas has advanced to Saturday’s United States final round of the Little League World Series. The sluggers on the Texas team led the way by playing small ball in the sixth inning before Mason Van Noort blasted a tie-breaking homer to lead Portland, Texas over Auburn, Washington by a score of 7-5.

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Texas will play the winner of Friday’s Hawaii-Georgia rubber game; Hawaii won Thursday, 7-4; Georgia won last Saturday, 6-2.

Japan and Taiwan, will play the International final on Saturday.

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compiled from staff & Little League news

ENTERTAINMENT FOR THURSDAY JULY 15, 2010: Almanacs and Celebrity Birthdays

compiled from staff, wire and Entertainment news


Today is Thursday, July 15, the 196th day of 2010. There are 169 days remaining in the year.


*On July 15, 1910, the term “Alzheimer’s disease” was used to describe a progressive form of pre-senile dementia in the book Clinical Psychiatry by German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin, who credited the work of his colleague, Alois Alzheimer, in identifying the condition.

* In 1870, Georgia became the last Confederate state readmitted to the Union.

* In 1916, Boeing Company, originally known as Pacific Aero Products Company, was founded in Seattle.

* In 1971, President Richard Nixon startled America by announcing that he would visit the People’s Republic of China.

* In 1985, a shockingly gaunt-looking Rock Hudson appeared at a news conference with actress Doris Day. It was later revealed that Hudson had AIDS.

* Five years ago, July 15, 2005, Bankrupt energy company Enron Corporation agreed to pay a settlement of up to $1.5 billion to resolve claims that it had gouged California and other western states during the 2000-2001 energy crisis.


79 Clive Cussler, author of the Dirk Pitt and Isaac Bell thrillers.

75 Alex Karras, actor and former NFL star with the Detroit Lions.

74 George Voinovich, U.S. senator from Ohio and former governor of Ohio.

64 Linda Ronstadt, singer of the song Blue Bayou.

58 Terry Quinn, actor on the TV show Lost.

49 Forest Whitaker, actor in The Last King of Scotland.

37 Brian Austin Green, actor on the original Beverly Hills, 90210 and married to actress Megan Fox.

34 Diane Krueger, actress in the National Treasure films.

Southeastern Conference considers changing men’s basketball format

compiled from staff and wire reports

The SEC is considering several options for its men’s basketball format.

The league is looking at possibly getting rid of its divisions an putting all 12 teams together for the regular season. It might also keep the divisions and seed the teams number 1 through 12 for the postseason tournament.

Mike Slive SEC commissioner (Willie Matthews photo)

Conference commissioner Mike Slive says the options will be discussed during the league’s annual spring meetings this week.

Several presidents, coaches and athletic directors questioned the SEC’s current format last season. The Eastern Division dominated the West in 2010, going a combined 9-27 against the West in the regular season, and placed three teams in the semifinals of the conference tournament. Five of those regular-season wins came against one of the worst teams, Georgia.

Byron Nelson Championship leaders: Beckman, Adams

compiled from staff and wire reports

The 2010 Byron Nelson Championship is a little different than in years past. This tournament is lacking the big names but it has a 16-year-old who made the cut; a 34-year-old rookie and the only recognizable golfer this week has been 47-year-old Steve Elkington.

16-year-old Jordan Spieth took time off from being a junior in high school to make his PGA Tour debut, becoming the first high school golfer to take on the pros in Irving, Texas since Tiger Woods in 1993. Woods didn’t make the cut in those days, but Spieth did it with ease on Friday, becoming the sixth youngest player to do so at a Tour event

Cameron Beckman (PGA)

47-year-old Steve Elkington got into the field as an alternate, when another golfer dropped out. He then shot a 66 to become part of a seven-way tie for the lead. He folloews with another 66, putting him two shots behind the lead.

Elkington first played the Byron Nelson back in 1987. He was once a star on Tour, winning 10 PGA events in the 1990′s, including a major. He hasn’t won since 1999, and hasn’t finished better than 54th on the money list, instead finishing in the 100′s.

34-year-old Blake Adams is a rookie who spent the last three years on the Nationwide Tour who has a career story worth listening, no matter how sad it is about perseverance. He was a part of that cluster at the top after the first round, then put up six birdies on his way to a 64 and a 10-under 130 and a share of the second-round lead.

Adams is from Georgia. He has had bad rotator cuffs and broken bones that have slowed his career. He has had a bulging disk in his back, bone spurs, a cyst and a hip that needs to be replaced.

Blake Adams (PGA)

Cameron Beckman and Jason Day are somewhat recognizable names.

Beckman won a PGA tour event for the first time a few months ago, but that was against a weak field and he has struggled every week since. He started Friday down around the cutline, but walked off the course with the lead.

Beckman finished his delayed opening round with a pair of birdies that turned a 1-over into a 1-under 69, then shot a 61, tying the TPC Four Seasons course record setting a personal best. He’s tied for first with Adams; Day is a stroke behind and Spieth is tied for 22nd, 3-under 137. Not bad for a teenager in a major golf tournament.

Day is a 22-year-old Australian who has been set back due to illnessess.

The 2010 winner of the Byron Nelson will not be a household name but will definitely have a unique story to tell.

Ohio State’s Kronauge selected for Big Ten Athlete of the week

Courtesy of Ohio State Athletics

Justin Kronauge Ohio State (osu)

Justin Kronauge, a senior co-captain on the number 2 Ohio State men’s tennis team, has been named Big Ten Athlete of the Week for the second time this year.  This is Kronauge’s fifth-career weekly honor.

The award brings the Buckeyes total to eight for the season, which leads the league. Justin earned the accolade February 2.

A native of Dayton, Ohio, Kronauge won four doubles matches and four singles matches to help the Buckeyes improve to 18-1 overall, defeating number 41 LSU (4-2),  number 7 Georgia (4-2), number 62 Penn State (7-0) and Cleveland State (4-0).

Kronauge is now 27-4 overall in his career in Big Ten matches. He also helped the Buckeyes improve their home win streak to 103 consecutive matches.

With the four singles wins, Kronauge is tied for second on the all-time career wins list with former Buckeye Vince Ng with 132 victories from 1999-2003.

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