Richmond Times-Dispatch : 2020-11-13

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RECREATION DIRECTORY YARD AND ESTATE SALES SERVICES DIRECTORY

B9 • • • FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2020 SPORTS BRIEFS BASEBALL MVP Voting Local high school athletes signing, or expected to sign, Division I letters of intent (signings began Wednesday for sports other than football): American League 1st Player 2nd 3rd Total Jose Abreu, White Sox 21 8 1 Mike Nelson Tim Brandon Luke Anthony Teoscar Alex Liam Hyun-Jin George Byron Xander David Dallas Kyle Salvador Eddie - 8 17 5 Mike Nelson Tim Brandon Luke Anthony Teoscar Alex Liam Hyun-Jin George Byron Xander David Dallas Kyle Salvador Eddie - 1 3 15 4 4 1 1 Luke Anthony 1 Alex Liam Hyun-Jin George Byron Xander David Dallas Kyle Salvador Eddie - 374 303 230 173 172 128 125 104 85 42 8 6 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Name High School Sport College Jose Ramirez, Indians DJ LeMahieu, Yankees Shane Bieber, Indians Trout, Angels Cruz, Twins Anderson, White Sox Lowe, Rays Voit, Yankees Rendon, Angels Hernandez, Blue Jays Verdugo, Red Sox Hendriks, Athletics Ryu, Blue Jays Springer, Astros Buxton, Twins Bogaerts, Red Sox Fletcher, Angels Keuchel, White Sox Lewis, Mariners Perez, Royals Rosario, Twins Kate Miller Atlee Lacrosse Virginia Stella Harrison Atlee Lacrosse North Carolina Ashley Karn Atlee Lacrosse VCU Kara Hammock Atlee Softball UNC Wilmington Kelly Ayer Atlee Softball Virginia Maggie Ivey Atlee Swimming Providence Brenden Barnes Benedictin­e Wrestling Air Force Madison Williams Clover Hill Softball George Mason Haley Jenkins Collegiate Lacrosse James Madison Tate Crawford Collegiate Lacrosse Davidson Helena Huff Collegiate Tennis Charleston Mac Macdonald Collegiate Basketball Navy Sara Bartzen Collegiate Field hockey William & Mary Hallie Brost Collegiate Field Hockey Ohio State ♦ Ben Coston Cosby Baseball Presbyteri­an National League 1st Grayson Daughtry Cosby Swimming Wis.-Green Bay Player Freddie Freeman, Braves 2nd 3rd Total 28 2 Betts, Dodgers 2 21 Manny Machado, Padres Fernando 2 Tatis Jr., Padres Juan 2 Soto, Nationals Marcell 3 Ozuna, Braves Trea Trea Turner, Nationals Mike Mike Yastrzemsk­i, Giants Corey Corey Seager, Dodgers Trevor Trevor Bauer, Reds Trevor Trevor Story, Rockies Ronald Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves Dominic Dominic Smith, Mets Yu Yu Darvish, Cubs Paul Paul Goldschmid­t, Cardinals Brandon Brandon Belt, Giants Wil Wil Myers, Padres Max Max Fried, Braves Ian Ian Happ, Cubs Dansby Dansby Swanson, Braves Ryan Ryan Tepera, Cubs Devin Devin Williams, Brewers - - Total points awarded on a 14-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Mookie 5 16 5 2 2 Mike Corey Trevor Trevor Ronald Dominic Yu Paul Brandon Wil Max Ian Dansby Ryan Devin - 410 268 221 201 172 167 83 81 43 32 23 21 16 14 9 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 Laurenne Gallagher Cosby Softball Mount St. Mary’s Taylor Norton Cosby Softball Villanova Molly O’Keefe Cosby Lacrosse Penn State Lauryn Richardson Cosby Softball UNC Wilmington Everett Vaughn Cosby Baseball High Point Hanna Pawela Deep Run Lacrosse Duquesne ♦ Camryn Miller Deep Run Soccer Virginia Blake Wyman Deep Run Lacrosse High Point Kevin Gunn Dinwiddie Baseball Longwood Jaron McNeil Dinwiddie Baseball Virginia Tech ♦ Will Lynch Douglas Freeman Baseball Samford Ann McAllister McEvoy Douglas Freeman Swimming George Mason Aidan Duffy Douglas Freeman Swimming UNCW Caleb Kenney Douglas Freeman Basketball Holy Cross Lauren Hargrove Douglas Freeman Soccer Virginia Tech Kerry Nease Douglas Freeman Lacrosse Duke Note: Anderson Broughton Douglas Freeman Swimming William & Mary Cy Young Voting Emerson Aiken Glen Allen Softball Michigan American League 1st 2nd Caden Plummer Hanover Baseball VMI Player 3rd 4th 5th Total Jada Walker Henrico Basketball Kentucky Shane Bieber, Indians 30 Hyun-jin Gerrit Dallas Lance Lucas Chris Dylan Liam Framber - Kenta 18 4 2 5 1 Chris Dylan Liam Framber - Kenta 4 7 6 4 3 3 2 1 Framber - Kenta 2 5 10 5 4 2 1 Liam 1 - Kenta 4 4 4 4 1 5 2 2 3 1 210 92 51 50 46 22 18 10 5 5 1 Iyanna Rogers Highland Springs Basketball Pennsylvan­ia Maeda, Twins Ryu, Blue Jays Cole, Yankees Keuchel, White Sox Lynn, Rangers Giolito, White Sox Bassitt, Athletics Bundy, Angels Hendriks, Athletics Valdez, Astros Sydney Boone Highland Springs Basketball Richmond Elvin Edmonds IV Hopewell Basketball Bucknell Lindsey Hester James River XC/Track James Madison Kayla Siddiqi James River Soccer North Carolina State Sydney Branch James River Swimming George Mason Grace Sheble James River Swimming N.C. State Caroline Sheble James River Swimming N.C. State National League 1st 2nd Morgan Burton James River Swimming West Virginia Player 3rd 4th 5th Total Kaleigh Yunker James River Rowing Michigan State Trevor Bauer, Reds 27 3 Darvish, Cubs 3 24 deGrom, Mets Dinelson 3 Lamet, Padres Max Max Fried, Braves Corbin Corbin Burnes, Brewers Aaron Aaron Nola, Phillies Devin Devin Williams, Brewers Kyle Kyle Hendricks, Cubs Zac Zac Gallen, Diamondbac­ks Clayton Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers Zack Zack Wheeler, Phillies - - Total points awarded on a 7-4-3-2-1 basis. Yu 2 23 5 Corbin Aaron Devin Kyle Zac Clayton Zack - Yu Jacob 4 20 4 1 1 Kyle Zac Clayton Zack - Yu Jacob Dinelson 2 7 10 1 3 2 2 2 1 201 123 89 57 15 12 3 3 2 2 2 1 Olivia Staas James River Lacrosse Presbyteri­an Lilly Lutton Mechanicsv­ille Lacrosse Radford Chloe Ulm Mechanicsv­ille Lacrosse Radford Caroline Bowe Midlothian Track Virginia Carter Lovasz Midlothian Baseball William & Mary Abbie Campbell Midlothian Softball James Madison Sydney Blackwell Mills Godwin Softball George Mason Landin Bostain Mills Godwin Lacrosse George Mason Note: Charlie Kennedy Mills Godwin Golf VCU Trent Pulliman Mills Godwin Baseball James Madison Unanimous Cy Young Winners Annabelle Young Mills Godwin Swimming Cincinnati American League ♦Shane Bieber, Cleveland, 2020 National League Quint Dingledine Monacan Golf Lafayette ♦Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles, 2014 ♦Roy Halladay, Philadelph­ia, 2010 ♦Jake Peavy, San Diego, 2007 ♦Randy Johnson, Arizona, 2002 ♦Greg Maddux, Atlanta, 1995 ♦Greg Maddux, Atlanta, 1994 ♦Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles, 1988 ♦Dwight Gooden, New York Mets, 1985 ♦Rick Sutcliffe, Chicago, 1984 ♦Steve Carlton, Philadelph­ia, 1972 ♦Bob Gibson, St. Louis, 1968 ♦Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles, 1966 ♦Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles, 1965 ♦Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles, 1963 Jordan Hodges Monacan Basketball Liberty ♦Justin Verlander, Detroit, 2011 ♦Johan Santana, Minnesota, 2006 ♦Johan Santana, Minnesota, 2004 ♦Pedro Martinez, Boston, 2000 ♦Pedro Martinez, Boston, 1999 ♦Roger Clemens, Toronto, 1998 ♦Roger Clemens, Boston, 1986 ♦Ron Guidry, New York, 1978 ♦Denny McLain, Detroit, 1968 Anthony Greenhow Powhatan Track South Carolina Ellie Horner St. Catherine’s Lacrosse Cornell Quinn Menger St. Catherine’s Volleyball Penn State Jordyn Travis St. Catherine’s Field Hockey Drexel Tatum Walsh St. Catherine’s Golf James Madison Aubrey Bowles St. Christophe­r’s Swimming Villanova Harrison Coble St. Christophe­r’s Baseball Pittsburgh COLLEGE FOOTBALL Timmy Gordinier St. Christophe­r’s Soccer William & Mary Spalding Hall St. Christophe­r’s Lacrosse High Point Schedule Chase Mullins St. Christophe­r’s Lacrosse North Carolina PRO FOOTBALL Wednesday’s Results Griff O’Ferrall St. Christophe­r’s Baseball Virginia Ball State 38, E. Michigan 31 Western Michigan 41, Toledo 38 C. Michigan 40, Northern Illinois 10 Erik Roggie St. Christophe­r’s Wrestling Virginia NFL Kevin Schork St. Christophe­r’s Wrestling Maryland Thursday’s Result AFC East W L T Pct PF PA Sherese Pittman Steward Basketball James Madison Buffalo Miami New England N.Y. Jets 720 530 350 090 .778 242 233 .625 222 161 .375 166 194 .000 121 268 Colorado State at Boise State, late Saara Qureshi Steward Lacrosse Mercer Friday’s Games Iowa at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Florida Atlantic at FIU, 7 East Carolina at Cincinnati, 7:30 Utah at UCLA, 7:30 Jordyn Henderson Thomas Dale Track James Madison Andrew Smetana Thomas Jefferson Diving Bryant South W L T Pct PF PA Tennessee Indianapol­is Houston Jacksonvil­le 620 530 260 170 .750 232 201 .625 208 160 .250 193 242 .125 179 247 Alyssa Chapman Trinity Episcopal Basketball Radford ♦ Saturday’s Games John Lucas Trinity Episcopal Baseball VCU Miami at Virginia Tech, noon Penn State at Nebraska, noon TCU at West Virginia, noon Illinois at Rutgers, noon Georgia at Missouri, noon Indiana at Michigan State, noon Coastal Carolina at Troy, noon Western Carolina at Liberty, noon Wake Forest at North Carolina, noon Vanderbilt at Kentucky, noon Army at Tulane, noon Gardner-Webb at Charlotte, noon Middle Tennessee at Marshall, 1:30 p.m. South Alabama at La.-Lafayette, 2 Fresno State at Utah State, 2:30 Georgia State at Appalachia­n State, 2:30 La.-Monroe at Arkansas State, 3 UTEP at UTSA, 3 South Florida at Houston, 3 Louisville at Virginia, 3:30 Notre Dame at Boston College, 3:30 Ohio State at Maryland, 3:30 Memphis at Navy, 3:30 Texas State at Georgia Southern, 3:30 Southern California at Arizona, 3:30 Colorado at Stanford, 3:30 Baylor at Texas Tech, 4 Hawaii at San Diego State, 4 Pittsburg State at S.F. Austin, 4 Eastern Kentucky at C. Arkansas, 4 Arizona Christian at Abilene Christian, 4 Southern Miss at Western Kentucky, 6 Nevada at New Mexico, 6:30 Arkansas at Florida, 7 SMU at Tulsa, 7 Oregon at Washington State, 7 Northweste­rn at Purdue, 7:30 Wisconsin at Michigan, 7:30 Florida State at N.C. State, 7:30 South Carolina at Mississipp­i, 7:30 Temple at UCF, 7:30 Air Force at Wyoming, 10 California at Arizona State, 10:30 UNLV at San Jose State, 10:30 Oregon State at Washington, 11 Genevieve Johnson Trinity Episcopal Field Hockey Delaware North W L T Pct PF PA Annie Nash Trinity Episcopal Field Hockey Richmond Pittsburgh Baltimore Cleveland Cincinnati 8 0 0 1.000 235 161 620 .750 227 142 530 .625 206 237 251 .313 194 214 Emerie Loftis Trinity Episcopal Field Hockey Delaware Emily Field Trinity Episcopal Field Hockey Virginia Cate Monaco Trinity Episcopal Field Hockey Lehigh West W L T Pct PF PA Notes: The Times-Dispatch asked area activities directors for their school’s Division I signees. These are the lists that were returned. The Yellow Jackets South 2021 lacrosse team also contribute­d to this list. Players signing with service academies and Ivy League schools don’t sign official letters of intent. Their commitment­s will be formalized later. The early signing period for football begins Dec. 16. Kansas City Las Vegas Denver L.A. Chargers 810 530 350 260 .889 286 183 .625 218 229 .375 174 217 .250 205 216 ♦ NFC East W L T Pct PF PA Philadelph­ia Washington Dallas N.Y. Giants 341 260 270 270 .438 186 205 .250 153 188 .222 204 290 .222 168 219 South W L T Pct PF PA TENNIS New Orleans Tampa Bay Atlanta Carolina 620 630 360 360 .750 244 200 .667 250 203 .333 243 251 .333 210 226 ATP World Tour WTA Tour Sofia (Bulgaria) Open Surface: Hardcourt indoor Men’s Singles Quarterfin­als: Linz (Austria) Open Surface: Hardcourt indoor Women’s Singles Round of 16: North W L T Pct PF PA Green Bay Chicago Detroit Minnesota 620 540 350 350 .750 253 204 .556 178 190 .375 197 240 .375 217 234 ♦ Adrian Mannarino (5) def. Radu Albot 6-2, 1-6, 6-3; Jannik Sinner def. Alex de Minaur (3) 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-1; Vasek Pospisil def. John Millman (6) 6-3, 6-2; Richard Gasquet def. Salvatore Caruso 7-6 (4), 7-5. Oceane Dodin, France, def. Sorana Cirstea 6-4, 6-4; Nadia Podoroska (6) def. Camila Giorgi 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-4; Veronika Kudermetov­a (5) def. Arantxa Rus 6-4, 1-6, 6-3; Aryna Sabalenka (1) def. Stefanie Voegele 6-0, 6-3; Elise Mertens (2) def. Vera Zvonareva 6-4, 5-7, 6-2. West W L T Pct PF PA Seattle Arizona L.A. Rams San Francisco 620 530 530 450 .750 274 243 .625 234 180 .625 193 152 .444 225 207 WEEK 10 Thursday’s Result TRANSACTIO­NS ♦ ON THIS DATE Indianapol­is at Tennessee, late FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO Sunday’s Games ♦1949 — Chicago’s Bob Nussbaumer intercepts four passes as the Cardinals set an NFL record for points in a regular-season game with a 65-20 victory over the New York Bulldogs. — Magic Johnson of the Los Angeles Lakers becomes the second guard in NBA history to reach the 9,000 career assist mark — joining Oscar Robertson — in a 112-111 loss to Phoenix at the Great Western Forum. — No. 2 Notre Dame runs out to a 17-point lead and hangs on to beat top-ranked Florida State 31-24 when Charlie Ward’s desperatio­n pass is knocked down on the goal line as time expires. Washington at Detroit, 1 p.m. Houston at Cleveland, 1 Jacksonvil­le at Green Bay, 1 Philadelph­ia at N.Y. Giants, 1 Tampa Bay at Carolina, 1 Buffalo at Arizona, 4:05 Denver at Las Vegas, 4:05 L.A. Chargers at Miami, 4:05 Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 4:25 San Francisco at New Orleans, 4:25 Seattle at L.A. Rams, 4:25 Baltimore at New England, 8:20 — Activated DB Deon Bush from the reserve/COVID-19 list. — Activated QB Josh McCown from the exempt/commission­er permission list. HOUSTON ♦1990 INDIANAPOL­IS — Promoted DE Cassius Marsh to the active roster as COVID-19 replacemen­t. — Promoted DE Tim Ward to the active roster. Signed DE Demone Harris to the practice squad. — Placed LB Cory Littleton on the reserve/COVID-19 list. — Placed TE Ross Travis on the reserve/COVID-19 list. ON THIS DATE KANSAS CITY ♦1993 Hole-in-one Monday’s Game LAS VEGAS ♦Pete Hanley, 176-yard seventh hole at The Golf Club at The Highlands, 9 iron, playing with McKenzie Hanley, Patty Hanley and Mike Hanley. Minnesota at Chicago, 8:15 p.m. Kansas City, N.Y. Jets, Atlanta, Dallas NY JETS Off: