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Morning Sports Rundown

Morning Sports Rundown

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Boys Soccer

Division II District Championship at Elida
Celina 1, St. Marys 0.

Volleyball

Division III District Semifinal at Kalida
Liberty-Benton 3, Ottawa-Glandorf 1.

Division III District Semifinal at Kalida
Coldwater 3, Columbus Grove 0.

Division IV District Championship at Van Wert
Minster 3, St. Henry 1.

Broncos Cruise Past Chargers

(
Denver, CO)  --  Peyton Manning threw for 286 yards and three touchdowns to Emmanuel Sanders as the Broncos cruised past the Chargers 35-21 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.  Sanders ended with nine catches for 120 yards, while Juwan Thompson had a pair of rushing scores for the Broncos, who lead the AFC at 6-and-1.  Ronnie Hillman added 109 yards on 20 carries in the victory.  Philip Rivers finished 30-of-41 for 252 yards with three TDs and two interceptions for San Diego, which slipped to 5-and-3 with its second straight loss.  Antonio Gates had a pair of TD catches and Keenan Allen had nine grabs for 73 yards and a score in the setback.

>>Virginia Tech Loses Big To Miami

(
Blacksburg, VA)  --  Virginia Tech committed three fumbles in a 30-6 loss to Miami at Lane Stadium.  Mark Leal found Isaiah Ford for a 14 yard touchdown with 1:30 to go to avoid the shutout.  The Hokies slip to 4-and-4 on the season and 1-and-3 in the ACC.  VaTech hosts BostonCollege next Saturday.

>>UConn Falls To East Carolina

(
Greenville, NC)  --  UConn put up a good fight against number-17 East Carolina falling 31-21 on the road.  The game was tied at 21 going into the fourth quarter before the Huskies gave up a field goal and a touchdown.  They are 1-and-6 overall and 0-and-3 in the AAC.  Next Saturday UConn hosts UCF.
 

>>Cincinnati Hosts South Florida

(
Cincinnati, OH)  --  Cincinnati and South Florida square off in an American Athletic Conference matchup tonight from Paul Brown Stadium.  The Bearcats are 3-and-3 overall and 1-and-1 in conference after beating SMU 41-3 last weekend.  South Florida is 3-and-4 and 2-and-1. 

>>Ohio State At Penn State Tomorrow

(
University Park, PA)  --  OhioState tries to stay unbeaten in the Big Ten playing under the lights tomorrow night against PennState at Beaver Stadium.  The Buckeyes are 5-and-1 overall and 2-and-0 in conference after beating Rutgers, 56-17, last weekend.  PennState is 4-and-2 and 1-and-2. 

Blue Jackets Top Sharks

(
San Jose, CA)  --  Mark Letestu scored with 21 seconds to play as the Blue Jackets topped the Sharks 5-4 from San Jose.  It was the second goal of the game for Letestu.  Ryan Johansen also had a pair of goals for Columbus, which has won two of three.  Scott Hartnell notched four assists while Sergei Bobrovsky had 33 saves. 

Red Wings Edge Pens In OT 

(
Detroit, MI)  --  Justin Abdelkader scored the winning goal with 44 seconds left in overtime as the Red Wings rallied past the Penguins 4-3 at Joe Louis Arena.  Henrik Zetterberg and Niklas Kronwall lit the lamp two minutes apart to tie the game late in the third period.  Kronwall's tally came with just 39 seconds left in regulation.  He finished with two goals and an assist, while Zetterberg had a goal and two helpers for the Wings, who improved to 4-1-and-2 on the season.  Jimmy Howard kicked aside 23 shots in the victory. 

>>World Series Shifts To San Francisco For Game Three

(San Francisco, CA)  --  After a travel day on Thursday, the World Series shifts to San Francisco tonight for Game Three between the Royals and Giants at AT&T Park.  The best-of-seven matchup is tied at a game apiece after the Royals took Game Two 7-2 on Wednesday in
Kansas City.  The Giants won the series opener 7-1 on Tuesday.  Jeremy Guthrie is scheduled to start tonight for the Royals, while the Giants hand the ball to Tim Hudson.  First pitch is set for 8:07 p.m. Eastern.  The Giants are trying for their third World Series title in the last five seasons.  The Royals are seeking their second championship, but first since 1985.

 

>>Three Reds Named Gold Glove Finalists

(
Cincinnati, OH)  --  The Reds have three players up for a Gold Glove.  Second baseman Brandon Phillips, shortstop Zack Cozart and center fielder Billy Hamilton were nominated.  Three players were put up at each position for each league. 

 

>>Two Indians Up For Gold Gloves

(
Cleveland, OH)  --  Two Indians are up for the Gold Glove at their position.  Left fielder Michael Brantley and catcher Yan Gomez were named finalists.  Three players at each position were nominated in the American League and National League.