Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana (2024)

2C www.jconline.com Jour nal Courier ON THE AIR COLLEGE BASEBALL 8p.m. ESPN World vs. GOLF oon FOX University Place, necessary) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 8p.m. ESPN2 Chicago White Sox at Minnesota SOCCER 5p.m. World of ay vs.England,at 8p.m.

World of tates vs.Colombia,at FYI NOTE: Please submit FYI notices to YOUTH SOFTBALL AND BASEBALL Immanuel United Church of South 18th Street, will be hosting a sports camp June 24-26 from p.m.Former high school players will lead in skill development for hitting.All school-aged youth are welcome to attend. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.For more information call (765) 474-6496. 5K A benefit 5K for the Laf ayette Parks Foundation will take place at 8 a.m.July 4. This event is open to the public and is pet friendly.The route runs through Munger Park. YOUTH FOOTBALL The Harrison Raiders football program will be hosting a kills and fundamentals camp for players entering the 3rd through 6th grades from June and fourth graders will meet from p.m.Fifth and sixth raders will meet from p.m.The camp will take lace at the Harrison football fields.The fee is $36 and includes a camp more ontact the athletic office at (765) 772-7760 or email TENNIS COACH McCutcheon High School is looking for an assistant boys tennis coach.In- terested applicants please contact Ryan Walden at SUMMER Signup for summer tennis sponsored by the Greater Lafayette Tennis is now taking place for play on the Lafayette Parks Courts a nd at the WLGCC Country Club.Tennis is available for children age 4 to adults.Contact Gerry teacher and program e-mail (preferred) at call 427-1045 between a.m.or p.m.

LIBERTY FREEDOM Staged in 37th annual event will be held 4in conjunction with the Liberty Festival.The 4.7-mile run starts at 8:30 a.m.Awards will be given in twelve age classes for all male and female finishers.For more Tim Woodruff (765) 458-6009 or 765) 580-2031 BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE TIGERS 4 New York 0 20 0 00 1 01 A n.Sanchez,B.Hardy (9) and Holaday; Paula (6) and B.McCann,J.Mur- phy.W—An.Sanchez 3 2 (11). ORIOLES JAYS 9 Baltimore 0 70 0 10 1 04 3 1 6 0 (9) and Schultz (7), Cecil (9) and Ru.Martin.W—O’Day Cecil (14). INDIANS 0 Tampa (9) and (9) and R.Perez.W—Al- len 1-5. RED SOX 2 Kansas (9) and S.Le- (6) and Butera.W—Mi- ley (15), Ortiz (8). WHITE SOX 2 (11) an (10) and (11) and Flowers.W—Petricka 1-1.

4). ATHLETICS 2 Los Oakland 0 01 0 02 0 0x (8) and C.Perez;Kazmir, Clippard (8) and Vogt.W—Kazmir (21). ASTROS 2 Houston 1 10 0 10 2 01 0 0 Seattle 1 00 0 10 0 00 (7), Neshek (9) and J.Castro;Happ,Wilhelm- sen (9) and Sucre.W—W.Harris (10), Springer (12). INTERLEAGUE UBS 0 Arrieta and M.Montero;Gibson,Pressly mpson (9) and Herrmann. (8).

NATIONAL LEAGUE REDS 2 (7) and Mat (9) and B.Pena. (23), Bruce (11). PHILLIES 2 St.Louis000100001—271 Philadel- (8) and T.Cruz;Morgan,L.Garcia (9) and Rupp.W—Morgan Jh.Peralta (2). NATIONALS 2 Pittsburgh 0 00 0 00 0 02 Washington 9 00 0 00 0 0x 2 0 (8) and (9) and Lobaton.W—G.Gonzalez 5-1. (24), Y.Escobar (4).

DIAMONDBACKS 2 San Diego 0 00 0 11 0 00 (8) and De- (7) and Saltalamacchia.W— Hellickson (1). ROCKIES 4 Milwaukee 0 10 1 01 0 10 1 1 Colorado 0 03 3 04 0 0x 0 1 5 1 (8) and Luc (8) and Hun- dley.W—Rusin Arenado (17). BRAVES 0 New (8) and (9) and La- varnway.W—Teheran on (4). DODGERS 2 San Los Angeles 1 41 2 20 0 0x 0 1 6 0 (8) and (9) and Gran- dal.W—B.Anderson 2 (9). rs from Kansas City.Agreed to terms with OFs Tate Matheny and Jagger Logan Allen and RHP Nick Duron.

CLEVELAND INDIANS Optioned LHP Kyle Crockett to Columbus RHP Cody Anderson from Columbus.Agreed to terms with OF Todd Isaacs and RHP Jarrett Grube on minor league contracts.Assigned RHP Shaun Marcum outright to Columbus. ETROIT TIGERS Agreed to terms with LHPs Matt Hall and Toller Christin Stewart a nd Cole Tanner Donnels and RHPs Dominic Hicks and Ryan Castellanos on minor league contracts. LOS ANGELES ANGELS Placed RHP Jered Weaver on the 15-day DL.Recalled OF Alfredo Marte from Salt Lake (PCL). NEW YORK YANKEES Placed OF Mason Williams on the 15-day to Saturday.Optioned RHP ryan Mitchell to RHP Danny Burawa and OF Ramon Flores from OAKLAND ATHLETICS Claimed OF Jake Smolinski off waivers from Texas and optioned him to Nashville PCL). SEATTLE MARINERS Sent RHP Hisashi Iwakuma to Everett (NWL) for a rehab assignment.

TAMPA BAY RAYS Agreed to terms with 1B Kew- Brett Blake Land on Porter Clayton and RHPs Ian Gibaut and Noel Rodriguez. National League CINCINNATI REDS Agreed to terms with 1B ames Joe Paterson and RHP Matt Buschman on minor league contracts. LOS ANGELES DODGERS Optioned RHP Josh Ravin to Oklahoma City RHP Matt West from Oklahoma City.Sent LHP Paco Rodriguez to Okla- oma City for a rehab assignment.Agreed to terms with HP Christopher Powell on a minor league contract. MIAMI MARLINS Sent RHP Jarred Cosart to Jacksonville (SL) for a rehab assignment. MILWAUKEE BREWERS Agreed to terms with RHP Alex Farina on a minor league contract.

NEW YORK METS Agreed to terms with Patrick Seth Davis and Taylor Henry and RHPs Dillon Shaw and Thomas McIlraith on minor league contracts. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Assigned RHP Dustin cGowan outright to Lehigh Valley HP Phillippe Aumont for assignment.Selected the contract of RHP Seth Rosin from Lehigh Valley.Recalled LHP Adam Morgan from Lehigh Valley. WASHINGTON NATIONALS Optioned RHP Taylor Hill to Syracuse RHP Tanner Roark from paternity leave.Agreed to terms with 3B Chris Nelson on a minor league contract. TODAY IN SPORTS June 22 1918 Molla Bjurstedt wins the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association title for the fourth straight over Eleanor Goss.

1937 Joe Louis knocks out Jim Braddock in the eighth round at Comiskey Park to win the orld heavyweight he would hold for 11 years. 1938 In a rematch portrayed in both countries as good vs.evil,Joe Louis knocks out Max Schmeling at 2:04 of the first round at Yankee Stadium to retain the world heavyweight title. 1949 Ezzard Charles scores a 15-round unanimous decision over Jersey Joe Walcott at Comiskey Park in Chicago to win the vacant world heavyweight title. 1979 Larry Holmes stops Mike Weaver in the 12th round to retain the WBC heavyweight title at Madison Square Garden in New York. 1994 The Houston by Hakeem Olaju- their first NBA New York 90-84 in Game 7 of the finals.Olajuwon gets 25 assists and three blocks.

1996 Michael Moorer regains the IBF heavy- eight title from Axel Schulz on a split decision in 1999 In one of the greatest upsets in 113-year Martina Hingis loses 6 in the opening round to Jelena 16-year- ld qualifier ranked 129th. Karrie Webb sets two scoring records in the PGA Championship in shooting a 7-under 64 for a three-stroke lead.Webb,at 11-under the 36- hole scoring record by two strokes.Webb shoots a 29 on the front nine for the lowest nine-hole score in the 47- year history of the championship. 2006 The United States soccer team is eliminated from World Cup play with a 2-1loss to Ghana. 2 007 For the first are taken with he top two picks in the NHL draft.Chicago selects Patr ick Kane with the first pick.Philadelphia then selects left wing James vanRiemsdyk with the second pick. 2009 Lucas Glover wins the U.S.Open at Bethpage with a final round of 3-over 73 to win by two strokes over Phil Duval and Ricky Barnes.

2010 Dino James are elected to Hockey Hall of Fame as players.In he Builder Devellano and the late Dar yl Seaman get elected. 2 010 South Africa becomes the first host nation not to advance in 80 years of World Cup play. The host nation does beat France 2-1in its final they needed a big win to have any chance of moving on from Group A. 2012 Jerry Sandusky is convicted on 45 counts of exually assaulting 10 boys over 15 years.The accusations had led to the firing of Joe beloved coach who died of lung cancer Jan.22.Penn Board of Trustees ousted Paterno for what was called his of surrounding allegations about Sandusky. 2 013 Brianna Rollins breaks an American record i the 100-meter hurdles at the U.S.track champion- ships.Rollins finishes in 12.26 seconds to break the mark of Gail Devers in 2000.

2014 Michelle Wie closes with an even-par 70 for a two-shot victory over Stacy No.1player in the her first major championship in the U.S.Women’s Open. 2 014 Cristiano Ronaldo sets up Varela to give ortugal a 2-2 draw with the United States and hope for aspot in the second round of the World Cup.Ronaldo sends in a cross in the fifth minute of stoppage time and Varela scores with a diving header in the last seconds. MLS All times EDT EASTERN CONFERENCE WLTPtsGFGA D.C.United954312217 New England656242322 Orlando City565202021 Toronto FC 6611 9 1 9 1 8 Montreal552171618 Columbus465172122 ew York455171819 NY City FC475171719 Philadelphia 41 0 31 5 1 9 3 0 Chicago482141722 WESTERN CONFERENCE WLTPtsGFGA Seattle952292313 Vancouver962292016 Portland754251714 Los Angeles657252120 Sporting KC626242215 FC Dallas655231923 San Jose654221615 ouston565202121 Real Salt Lake 4561 8 1 3 1 8 olorado249151213 Game Colorado Dallas Games San Jose 0 NY City FC FC 0 Vancouver York 1 Montreal City 0 Portland 0 Los Angeles 1 Games D.C.United England 1 Sporting KC at Real Salt 24 Seattle at p.m. Real Salt Lake at New p.m. Colorado at Orlando p.m.

New England at p.m. Montreal at Toronto p.m. D.C.United at p.m. ortland at Los WNBA All times EDT EASTERN CONFERENCE WLPct Connecticut61.857— Washington42.6671 1 2 New York43.5712 Chicago33.5002 1 2 Atlanta 35. 375 3 1 2 Indiana35.3753 1 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE WLPctGB Tulsa61.857— innesota52.7141 Phoenix23.4003 Seattle23.4003 Los Angeles04.0004 1 2 San Antonio 06.

000 5 1 2 Games Washington 75 Chicago Antonio Games New York 64 Connecticut Angeles 68 ulsa 78 Phoenix at Games No games scheduled Game Los Angeles at p.m. COLLEGE BASEBALL NCAA College World Series Glance At TD Ameritrade Park Omaha All times EDT Double Elimination -if necessary 13 Virginia 3 Florida 3 14 TCU 3 Cal State Fullerton 0,5 rain 15 Vanderbilt State Fullerton 3 Miami eliminated Virginia 0 16 LSU State Fullerton eliminated anderbilt 0 17 Florida eliminated 18 TCU eliminated 19 Florida 5 Vanderbilt 1 20 Virginia eliminated Championship Series (Best-of-3) Vanderbilt vs.Virginia (50-19) vs.Virginia p.m. vs.Virginia, 8 p.m. vs.Virginia,8 p.m. GOLF U.S.Open Par Scores Sunday At Chambers Bay University million (35-35) inal a-amateur Jordan Spieth68-67-71-69-275-5 Dustin Johnson65-71-70-70-276-4 Louis Oosthuizen77-66-66-67-276-4 Branden Grace69-67-70-71-277-3 Adam Scott 7 0-71-72-64 -2 77 3 Cameron Smith 7 0-70-69-68 -2 77 3 Charl Schwartzel 7 3-70-69-66 -2 78 2 randt Snedeker 6 9-72-70-68 -2 79 1 ason Day68-70-68-74-280E Shane Lowry 6 9-70-70-71 -2 80 ory McIlroy 7 2-72-70-66 -2 80 evin Matt Tony Patrick Andres John Charlie Jason Sergio Brooks Jamie Hideki Geoff Thomas Billy Keegan Bradley 7 3-71-72-69 -2 85 5 a -Brian Campbell 6 7-72-78-68 -2 85 5 ommy immy Gunn 7 2-73-70-70 -2 85 5 Morgan J.B.Holmes72-66-71-76-285+5 Alexander Francesco ustin Henrik Daniel Marc Warren 6 8-74-72-71 -2 85 5 aul Troy Kelly 7 2-73-72-69 -2 86 6 oost Jim a-Denny a-Ollie Robert Kevin Brad Fritsch 7 0-74-72-72 -2 88 8 Kevin Webb am Lee Westwood 7 3-69-77-70 -2 89 9 a -Nick Ryan Ernie Ian Mark Cameron Luke Brad a-Beau a-Jack D.A.Points74-71-77-70-292+12 Jimmy A ngel Marcus Ben Phil Colin Montgomerie 6 9-76-72-76 -2 93 13 heng Tsung George Andy Zach John Camilo Chris AUTO RACING NASCAR Sprint Cup Points Leaders Through June 14 1.Kevin 2.Martin Truex 3.Joey 4.Dale Earnhardt 5 6 7 8.Matt 9.Kasey 10.Jeff 11.Kurt 12.Paul 13.Denny 14.Carl 15.Aric 16.Ryan 1 7.Clint 18.Kyle 19.Danica 2 0.Greg 2 1.Casey 22.AJ 23.Austin 2 4.David 25.Sam Hornish 26.Tony 2 7.Trevor 28.Ricky Stenhouse 29.David 30.Justin 31.Cole 3 2.Brett 3 3.Alex 34.Michael 35.Josh 36.Matt 37.Michael 38.Jeb 39.Kyle 40.Alex 4 1.Bobby 4 2.Brian 4 3.Michael 4 4.Reed 45.Mike 46.Ron Hornaday NASCAR Sprint Cup Schedule Feb.14 x-Sprint (Matt Kenseth) Feb.19 x-Budweiser Duel (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) eb.19 x-Budweiser Duel (Jimmie Johnson) Feb.22 Daytona Logano) arch 1Folds of Honor QuikTrip (Jimmie Johnson) March 8 Kobalt Vegas (Kevin Harvick) arch 15 CampingWorld.com (Kevin Harvick) March 22 Auto Club Kesel owski) arch 29 STP Hamlin) A pril 11Duck Commander (Jimmie Johnson) A pril 19 Food City Kenseth) A pril 25 Toyota Owners usch) May 3 GEICO 500 (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) May 9 SpongeBob SquarePants City, Johnson) May 15 x-Sprint (Greg Biffle and Clint Bowyer) May 16 x-All-Star Hamlin) ay 24 Coca-Cola Edwards) ay 31FedEx Johnson) June 7 Axalta We Paint Winners Pond, Pa.

(Martin Truex Jr.) June 14 Quicken Loans Busch) June 28 Mart July 5 co*ke Zero July 11Quaker State uly 19 New Hampshire July 26 Name Aug.2 Pennsylvania Aug.9 Cheez-It 355 at The Aug.16 Pure Michigan A ug.22 IRWIN Tools Night Sept.6 Southern Sept.12 Federated Auto Parts Challenger Round Sept.20 Chicagoland Sept.27 SYLVANIA Oct.4 AAA Contender Round Oct.10 Bank of America Oct.18 Hollywood Casino Oct.25 Alabama Eliminator Round Nov.1Goody’s Headache Relief Shot Nov.8 AAA Texas Nov.15 Quicken Loans Race for Heroes Championship Round Nov.22 Ford EcoBoost -non-points race NBA NBA Draft-Early Entries Released June 16 Cliff Justin Brandon Devin illie Sam ichael Frazier Olivier Montrezl Aaron Andrew Tyler Rondae R.J.Hunter,Georgia ince harles Dakari Stanley Tyus Trevor Kevon Trey Jarell hris Jordan Luis David Montero CC, Jahlil Kelly Ashton Cameron erran Bobby Michael Terry Satnam herrod Deonta A aron J.P.Tokoto,North Karl-Anthony yles Robert ashad hris ustise hristian International Players Dimitrios (Greece) Guillermo (Spain) Mario (Spain) Mouhammadou (France) onghyun University (South Korea) ikola (Serbia) Cedi Efes (Turkey) Kristaps (Spain) ikola (Spain) Juan Pablo Basket (Argentina) Adin (Germany) The draft will be held 25. GLANTZ-CULVER LINE Major League Baseball ational League FavoriteLineUnderdogLine Los Angeles-170at American League Favorite ine nderdog ine at Cleveland 140 etroit 130 a Tampa at at Los at Seattle-160Kansas Interleague FavoriteLineUnderdogLine at New York (AL) 300 hiladelphia 250 TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Optioned RHP Kevin Gaus- an to Norfolk RHP Oliver Drake from orfolk.Sent RHP Miguel Gonzalez to Bowie (EL) for a ehab assignment. OSTON RED SOX Claimed Erik Kratz off waiv-.

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