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Area events

Friday 

NORTHWOODS LEAGUE

Brainerd Lakes Area Lunkers at Rochester 7:05 p.m.

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Saturday 

NORTHWOODS LEAGUE

Brainerd Lakes Area Lunkers at Willmar 7:05 p.m.

DRAG RACING

RV Mod Tour, sponsored by Hilmerson RV and Sports Center, Riddles pendant drawing, North Central Speedway, Barrows, 6:45 p.m.

AMATEUR BASEBALL

Brainerd Bees in Region 7B playoffs

TV and radio

Radio guide

WYRQ-FM (92.1), KBLB-FM (93.3), KFML-FM (94.1), KKIN-FM (94.3), KSKK-FM (94.7), 3WI-FM (95.9), KFGI-FM (101.5), KUAL-FM (103.5), KLKS-FM (104.3)

WCCO-AM (830), KWAD-AM (920), KKIN-AM (930), KLTF-AM (960), KVKK-AM (1070), 3WI-AM (1270), KVBR-AM (1340), KLIZ-AM (1380), KNSP-AM (1430)

Friday

AUTO RACING

11 a.m., SPEED: NASCAR, Sprint Cup, practice for Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips

1 p.m., SPEED: NASCAR, Nationwide Series, final practice for Zippo 200

3 p.m., SPEED: NASCAR, Sprint Cup, “Happy Hour Series,” final practice for Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips

BOXING

8 p.m., ESPN2: Junior middleweights, Antwone Smith vs. Kermit Cintron

GOLF

Noon, TNT: PGA of America, PGA Championship, second round

2 p.m., TGC: USGA, U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship, round of 16 and round of 8 matches

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

10 a.m., ESPN: Playoffs, Mid-Atlantic Regional Semifinal

2 p.m., ESPN: Playoffs, Mid-Atlantic Regional Semifinal

4 p.m., ESPN2: Playoffs, West Regional Semifinal

7 p.m., ESPN: Playoffs, Southeast Regional Final

10 p.m., ESPN2: Playoffs, West Regional Semifinal

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

6 p.m., MLB: Regional coverage, Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees or Washington at Philadelphia

6:10 p.m., FSN, KKIN-FM, KUAL-FM, WYRQ-FM, KNSP-AM, KWAD-AM: Twins at Cleveland

NFL

7 p.m., FOX: Preseason, Tampa Bay at Kansas City

TENNIS

11 a.m., ESPN2: ATP World Tour, Rogers Cup, quarterfinals

6 p.m., ESPN2: WTA, Rogers Cup, quarterfinal

Noon, ESPN2: WTA, Rogers Cup, quarterfinal

Saturday

AUTO RACING

8:30 a.m., SPEED: NASCAR, Nationwide Series, pole qualifying for Zippo 200

10:30 a.m., SPEED: NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying for Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips

1 p.m., ESPN: NASCAR, Nationwide Series, Zippo 200

5 p.m., SPEED: Rolex Sports Car Series, Watkins Glen 200

BOXING

8 p.m., FSN: Super bantamweights, Teon Kennedy vs. Alejandro Lopez

9 p.m., SHO: IBF champion Joseph Agbeko vs. WBC Silver champion Abner Mares, for IBF/WBC Silver bantamweight title

DIVING

1 p.m., NBC: U.S. Championships, women’s platform

EXTREME SPORTS

3:30 p.m., NBC: Dew Tour, Portland Invitational

GOLF

10 a.m., TNT: PGA of America, PGA Championship, third round

1 p.m., CBS: PGA of America, PGA Championship, third round

2 p.m., TGC: USGA, U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship, quarterfinal and semifinal matches

HORSE RACING

4 p.m., VERSUS: NTRA, Sword Dancer Invitational Handicap

5 p.m., WGN: NTRA, Arlington Million

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

10 a.m., ESPN: Playoffs, Great Lakes Regional Final

Noon, ESPN2: Playoffs, New England Regional Final

4 p.m., ESPN: Playoffs, Northwest Regional Final

6 p.m., ESPN: Playoffs, Midwest Regional Final

8 p.m., ESPN: Playoffs, West Regional Final

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

3 p.m., FOX: Regional coverage, Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees, Texas at Oakland, or Pittsburgh at Milwaukee

6 p.m., MLB: Regional coverage, Washington at Philadelphia or Minnesota at Cleveland

6 p.m., WGN: Chicago Cubs at Atlanta

6:10 p.m., FSN, KKIN-FM, KUAL-FM, WYRQ-FM, KNSP-AM, KWAD-AM: Twins at Cleveland

MOTORSPORTS

2 p.m., NBC: AMA Pro Motocross 450

10:30 p.m., SPEED: AMA Pro Motocross 250

NFL

7 p.m., KARE 11, KFAN, KTLK: Vikings at Tennessee Titans

SOCCER

8:30 a.m., ESPN2: Premier League, Everton at Tottenham

TENNIS

2 p.m., ESPN2: ATP World Tour, Rogers Cup, semifinal

4 p.m., ESPN2: WTA, Rogers Cup, semifinal

7 p.m., ESPN2: ATP World Tour, Rogers Cup, semifinal

Baseball

Northwoods League

Second Half

North Division       W      L      GB

Alexandria     27    9    -

Willmar     20    14    6

*Mankato                   18          15      7.5

St. Cloud     17    18    9.5

Thunder Bay    15    16    9.5

Rochester     14    20    12

Brainerd    14    21    12.5

Duluth     11    23    15

South Division     W     L     GB

Green Bay     20    12    -

*Battle Creek     19    13    1

La Crosse     18     14    2

Madison    15     15    4

Waterloo     15     16    4.5

Eau Claire     15    18    5.5

Wis. Rapids     15     18    5.5

Wisconsin     11     22    9.5

Region 8C tournament

Saturday, Aug. 6

At Sobieski

Lastrup 1, Avon 0

Sobieski 12, Upsala 0

Sunday, Aug. 7

At Sobieski

Nisswa 13, Fort Ripley 6

Sobieski 11, Lastrup 7

Saturday, Aug. 13

At Sobieski

Fort Ripley at Sobieski 1 p.m.

Championship: Nisswa vs. Fort Ripley/Sobieski winner,  4 p.m.

American League

East Division

    W    L    Pct    GB

Boston    72    44    .621    —

New York    71    45    .612    1

Tampa Bay    63    54    .538    9 1/2

Toronto    59    58    .504    13 1/2

Baltimore    45    70    .391    26 1/2

Central Division

    W    L    Pct    GB

Detroit    62    55    .530    —

Cleveland    58    57    .504    3

Chicago    58    59    .496    4

Minnesota    52    65    .444    10

Kansas City    49    69    .415    13 1/2

West Division

    W    L    Pct    GB

Texas    66    52    .559    —

Los Angeles    64    54    .542    2

Oakland    53    64    .453    12 1/2

Wednesday’s Games

Baltimore 6, Chicago White Sox 4, 10 innings

Cleveland 10, Detroit 3

N.Y. Yankees 9, L.A. Angels 3

Toronto 8, Oakland 4

Tampa Bay 8, Kansas City 7

Seattle 4, Texas 3

Minnesota 5, Boston 2

Thursday’s Games

Tampa Bay 4, Kansas City 1

Oakland 10, Toronto 3

N.Y. Yankees 6, L.A. Angels 5

Chicago White Sox 6, Baltimore 3

Detroit 4, Cleveland 3

Friday’s Games

Detroit (Penny 7-9) at Baltimore (Simon 3-5), 6:05 p.m.

Minnesota (Pavano 6-9) at Cleveland (Masterson 9-7), 6:05 p.m.

Tampa Bay (Price 9-10) at N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 16-6), 6:05 p.m.

L.A. Angels (E.Santana 8-8) at Toronto (Morrow 8-6), 6:07 p.m.

Kansas City (Chen 6-5) at Chicago White Sox (Z.Stewart 1-1), 7:10 p.m.

Texas (C.Wilson 10-5) at Oakland (McCarthy 5-5), 9:05 p.m.

Boston (Lackey 10-8) at Seattle (Beavan 3-2), 9:10 p.m.

Saturday’s Games

L.A. Angels at Toronto, 12:07 p.m.

Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees, 3:10 p.m.

Texas at Oakland, 3:10 p.m.

Detroit at Baltimore, 6:05 p.m.

Minnesota at Cleveland, 6:05 p.m.

Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, 6:10 p.m.

Boston at Seattle, 9:10 p.m.

National League

East Division

    W    L    Pct    GB

Philadelphia    77    40    .658    —

Atlanta    69    49    .585    8 1/2

New York    58    59    .496    19

Washington    56    61    .479    21

Florida    55    62    .470    22

Central Division

    W    L    Pct    GB

Milwaukee    67    50    .573    —

St. Louis    62    55    .530    5

Cincinnati    57    61    .483    10 1/2

Pittsburgh    56    60    .483    10 1/2

Chicago    51    67    .432    16 1/2

Houston    38    79    .325    29

West Division

    W    L    Pct    GB

Arizona    64    53    .547    —

San Francisco    64    54    .542     1/2

Colorado    55    64    .462    10

Los Angeles    52    64    .448    11 1/2

San Diego    53    66    .445    12

Wednesday’s Games

Philadelphia 9, L.A. Dodgers 8

Pittsburgh 9, San Francisco 2

Atlanta 6, Florida 2

Cincinnati 3, Colorado 2

San Diego 9, N.Y. Mets 5

Chicago Cubs 4, Washington 2

Milwaukee 5, St. Louis 1

Arizona 6, Houston 3

Thursday’s Games

San Diego 3, N.Y. Mets 2

Cincinnati 2, Colorado 1

Chicago Cubs 4, Washington 3

Milwaukee at St. Louis, 8:15 p.m.

Houston at Arizona, 9:40 p.m.

Friday’s Games

Washington (L.Hernandez 6-11) at Philadelphia (Hamels 13-6), 6:05 p.m.

San Diego (Latos 6-11) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-9), 6:10 p.m.

San Francisco (Cain 9-8) at Florida (Nolasco 8-8), 6:10 p.m.

Chicago Cubs (Zambrano 9-6) at Atlanta (Minor 1-2), 6:35 p.m.

Pittsburgh (Maholm 6-12) at Milwaukee (Greinke 10-4),7:10 p.m.

Colorado (A.Cook 2-6) at St. Louis (Lohse 9-7), 7:15 p.m.

N.Y. Mets (Gee 10-3) at Arizona (I.Kennedy 14-3), 8:40 p.m.

Houston (Norris 5-8) at L.A. Dodgers (Eovaldi 1-0), 9:10 p.m.

Saturday’s Games

Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 3:10 p.m.

Washington at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m.

Chicago Cubs at Atlanta, 6:10 p.m.

San Diego at Cincinnati, 6:10 p.m.

San Francisco at Florida, 6:10 p.m.

Colorado at St. Louis, 6:15 p.m.

N.Y. Mets at Arizona, 7:10 p.m.

Houston at L.A. Dodgers, 9:10 p.m.

Golf

PGA Championship

Thursday

At Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course

Johns Creek, Ga.

Purse: TBA

Yardage: 7,463; Par: 70 (35-35)

First Round

Steve Stricker    33-30    —    63    -7

Jerry Kelly    33-32    —    65    -5

Shaun Micheel    32-34    —    66    -4

Scott Verplank    31-36    —    67    -3

Brendon de Jonge    34-34    —    68    -2

Matteo Manassero    33-35    —    68    -2

Davis Love III    34-34    —    68    -2

John Senden    33-35    —    68    -2

Bill Haas    35-33    —    68    -2

Brandt Jobe    34-34    —    68    -2

Anders Hansen    35-33    —    68    -2

Simon Dyson    35-33    —    68    -2

Bob Sowards    35-34    —    69    -1

Adam Scott    35-34    —    69    -1

Stewart Cink    32-37    —    69    -1

Brendan Steele    34-35    —    69    -1

Brian Davis    34-35    —    69    -1

Miguel Angel Jimenez    35-34    —    69    -1

Mark Wilson    35-34    —    69    -1

Trevor Immelman    36-33    —    69    -1

D.A. Points    33-36    —    69    -1

Ricky Barnes    34-35    —    69    -1

Gary Woodland    35-35    —    70    E

Jason Dufner    38-32    —    70    E

Luke Donald    36-34    —    70    E

Nick Watney    34-36    —    70    E

K.J. Choi    36-34    —    70    E

Robert Garrigus    36-34    —    70    E

Alexander Noren    33-37    —    70    E

Pablo Larrazabal    35-35    —    70    E

Jhonattan Vegas    34-36    —    70    E

Robert Karlsson    36-34    —    70    E

Rory McIlroy    35-35    —    70    E

Camilo Villegas    35-35    —    70    E

Michael Bradley    35-35    —    70    E

Ross Fisher    38-33    —    71    +    1

Phil Mickelson    35-36    —    71    +    1

Spencer Levin    36-35    —    71    +    1

Peter Hanson    34-37    —    71    +    1

Keegan Bradley    38-33    —    71    +    1

Bill Lunde    35-36    —    71    +    1

Jim Furyk    34-37    —    71    +    1

Steve Marino    34-37    —    71    +    1

Johan Edfors    35-36    —    71    +    1

Johnson Wagner    37-34    —    71    +    1

Y.E. Yang    36-35    —    71    +    1

Justin Rose    35-36    —    71    +    1

Ryan Palmer    38-33    —    71    +    1

Charl Schwartzel    36-35    —    71    +    1

Matt Kuchar    33-38    —    71    +    1

Lee Westwood    37-34    —    71    +    1

Jason Day    34-37    —    71    +    1

Zach Johnson    35-36    —    71    +    1

Jonathan Byrd    37-34    —    71    +    1

Ben Crane    35-36    —    71    +    1

Sean O’Hair    33-38    —    71    +    1

Scott Piercy    36-35    —    71    +    1

Seung-yul Noh    35-36    —    71    +    1

John Rollins    36-36    —    72    +    2

Tetsuji Hiratsuka    35-37    —    72    +    2

Andres Romero    34-38    —    72    +    2

Angel Cabrera    35-37    —    72    +    2

David Toms    37-35    —    72    +    2

Paul Casey    36-36    —    72    +    2

Charles Howell III    35-37    —    72    +    2

Stuart Smith    35-37    —    72    +    2

David Horsey    37-35    —    72    +    2

Chris Kirk    37-35    —    72    +    2

Brian Gay    34-38    —    72    +    2

Martin Kaymer    37-35    —    72    +    2

Sergio Garcia    35-37    —    72    +    2

Hunter Mahan    38-34    —    72    +    2

Robert Allenby    38-34    —    72    +    2

Harrison Frazar    34-38    —    72    +    2

Francesco Molinari    35-37    —    72    +    2

Steve Schneiter    36-36    —    72    +    2

Kevin Na    35-37    —    72    +    2

Charlie Wi    36-37    —    73    +    3

Kevin Streelman    36-37    —    73    +    3

Martin Laird    36-37    —    73    +    3

Alvaro Quiros    38-35    —    73    +    3

Padraig Harrington    36-37    —    73    +    3

Bo Van Pelt    36-37    —    73    +    3

Scott Stallings    36-37    —    73    +    3

Mark Brooks    37-36    —    73    +    3

Brad Lardon    39-34    —    73    +    3

Yuta Ikeda    38-35    —    73    +    3

Mike Small    36-37    —    73    +    3

Hiroyuki Fujita    38-35    —    73    +    3

Rory Sabbatini    36-37    —    73    +    3

Steve Elkington    37-36    —    73    +    3

K.T. Kim    35-38    —    73    +    3

Stephen Gallacher    35-39    —    74    +    4

Bubba Watson    42-32    —    74    +    4

Ian Poulter    38-36    —    74    +    4

Thomas Bjorn    35-39    —    74    +    4

Sean Dougherty    37-37    —    74    +    4

J.J. Henry    35-39    —    74    +    4

Fredrik Andersson Hed    35-39    —    74    +    4

Anthony Kim    40-34    —    74    +    4

Ernie Els    37-37    —    74    +    4

Brandt Snedeker    38-36    —    74    +    4

Rickie Fowler    40-34    —    74    +    4

Rich Beem    33-41    —    74    +    4

Bryce Molder    36-38    —    74    +    4

Graeme McDowell    37-37    —    74    +    4

Cameron Tringale    38-36    —    74    +    4

Ryan Moore    39-36    —    75    +    5

Edoardo Molinari    40-35    —    75    +    5

Jeff Overton    36-39    —    75    +    5

Jeff Sorenson    37-38    —    75    +    5

Webb Simpson    37-38    —    75    +    5

Marty Jertson    38-37    —    75    +    5

Charley Hoffman    37-38    —    75    +    5

Ryuji Imada    36-39    —    75    +    5

Dustin Johnson    38-37    —    75    +    5

Retief Goosen    37-38    —    75    +    5

Geoff Ogilvy    40-35    —    75    +    5

Craig Stevens    40-36    —    76    +    6

Vijay Singh    35-41    —    76    +    6

David Hutsell    37-39    —    76    +    6

Gregory Bourdy    37-39    —    76    +    6

Louis Oosthuizen    37-39    —    76    +    6

Tom Gillis    35-41    —    76    +    6

Thomas Aiken    38-38    —    76    +    6

Fredrik Jacobson    36-40    —    76    +    6

Raphael Jacquelin    38-38    —    76    +    6

Jeff Coston    37-39    —    76    +    6

Mike Northern    38-39    —    77    +    7

Faber Jamerson    36-41    —    77    +    7

Wenchong Liang    40-37    —    77    +    7

Tiger Woods    40-37    —    77    +    7

John Daly    38-39    —    77    +    7

Jerry Pate    38-39    —    77    +    7

Aaron Baddeley    37-40    —    77    +    7

Jamie Donaldson    35-42    —    77    +    7

D.J. Trahan    36-41    —    77    +    7

Brendan Jones    38-40    —    78    +    8

Arjun Atwal    35-43    —    78    +    8

Rob Moss    40-38    —    78    +    8

Dan Olsen    38-40    —    78    +    8

Jose Maria Olazabal    38-40    —    78    +    8

Larry Nelson    41-37    —    78    +    8

Darren Clarke    38-40    —    78    +    8

Robert McClellan    40-38    —    78    +    8

Rocco Mediate    39-40    —    79    +    9

Richard Green    39-40    —    79    +    9

J.B. Holmes    38-42    —    80    +    10

Scott Erdmann    37-43    —    80    +    10

Lucas Glover    42-38    —    80    +    10

Heath Slocum    37-43    —    80    +    10

Daniel Balin    41-40    —    81    +    11

Tommy Gainey    38-43    —    81    +    11

Todd Camplin    43-39    —    82    +    12

Ryo Ishikawa    40-45    —    85    +    15

Brian Cairns    39-46    —    85    +    15

Women’s U.S. Amateur 

Thursday

At Rhode Island Country Club

Barrington, R.I.

Yardage: 6,399; Par 71

Round of 32

Upper Bracket

Brooke Pancake, Chattanooga, Tenn. (144) def. Elyse Smidinger, Crofton, Md. (149), 2 and 1.

Nicole Morales, South Salem, N.Y. (142) def. Christine Wong, Canada (146), 3 and 1.

Erynne Lee, Silverdale, Wash. (145) def. Tiffany Lim, San Jose, Calif. (147), 4 and 2.

Annie Park, Levittown, N.Y. (141) def. Amy Meier, Rochester Hills, Mich. (143), 1 up.

Danielle Kang, Westlake Village, Calif. (144) def. Emma Talley, Princeton, Ky. (138), 6 and 4.

Cindy Ha, Demarest, N.J. (146) def. Jaye Marie Green, Boca Raton, Fla. (142), 4 and 2.

Demi Frances Runas, Torrance, Calif. (144) def. Ket Preamchuen, Kennesaw, Ga. (148), 3 and 2.

Lisa McCloskey, Montgomery, Texas (142) def. Julie Yang, Mesa, Ariz. (145), 1 up.

Lower Bracket

Stephanie Kono, Honolulu, Hawaii (144) def. Lydia Ko, New Zealand (136), 3 and 2.

Tiffany Lua, Rowland Heights, Calif. (142) def. Mackenzie Brooke Henderson, Canada (146), 3 and 2.

Lee Lopez, Whittier, Calif. (143) def. Stephanie Kim, Tempe, Ariz. (147), 2 and 1.

Austin Ernst, Seneca, S.C. (142) def. Michelle Piyapattra, Corona, Calif. (143), 1 up.

Moriya Jutanugarn, Thailand (137) def. Amy Anderson, Oxbow, N.D. (144), 1 up.

Victoria Tanco, Bradenton, Fla. (142) def. Sarah Ababa, Philippines (146), 3 and 1.

Casey Danielson, Osceola, Wis. (145) def. Gabriela Lopez, Mexico (148), 3 and 2.

Lindy Duncan, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (145) def. Ariya Jutanugarn, Thailand (142), 2 and 1.

Round of 16

Upper Bracket

Brooke Pancake, Chattanooga, Tenn. (144) def. Nicole Morales, South Salem, N.Y. (142), 4 and 3.

Erynne Lee, Silverdale, Wash. (145) def. Annie Park, Levittown, N.Y. (141), 19 holes.

Danielle Kang, Westlake Village, Calif. (144) def. Cindy Ha, Demarest, N.J. (146), 2 and 1.

Demi Frances Runas, Torrance, Calif. (144) def. Lisa McCloskey, Montgomery, Texas (142), 19 holes.

Lower Bracket

Stephanie Kono, Honolulu, Hawaii (144) def. Tiffany Lua, Rowland Heights, Calif. (142), 3 and 2.

Austin Ernst, Seneca, S.C. (142) def. Lee Lopez, Whittier, Calif. (143), 3 and 2.

Moriya Jutanugarn, Thailand (137) def. Victoria Tanco, Bradenton, Fla. (142), 1 up.

Casey Danielson, Osceola, Wis. (145) def. Lindy Duncan, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (145), 19 holes.

Basketball

WNBA

EASTERN CONFERENCE

    W    L    Pct    GB

Indiana    16    7    .696    —

Connecticut    14    8    .636    1 1/2

New York    13    9    .591    2 1/2

Atlanta    10    11    .476    5

Chicago    10    13    .435    6

Washington    4    15    .211    10

WESTERN CONFERENCE

    W    L    Pct    GB

Minnesota    16    5    .762    —

San Antonio    13    9    .591    3 1/2

Phoenix    12    9    .571    4

Seattle    12    10    .545    4 1/2

Los Angeles    8    13    .381    8

Tulsa    1    20    .048    15

Friday’s Game

Minnesota at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.

Transactions

BASEBALL

COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE—Suspended Chicago Cubs minor league C Luis Flores, Minnesota minor league 1B Kennys Vargas and free agent P Emanuel Ramirez 50 games and Houston minor league P Euris Quezada 25 games for violating the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

American League

TEXAS RANGERS—Reinstated OF Craig Gentry from the seven-day concussion DL. Optioned RHP Darren O’Day to Round Rock (PCL).

FOOTBALL

National Football League

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Agreed to terms with DE Matt Roth.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed CB Tony Carter.

NEW YORK JETS—Waived LB Stafford Gatling, S DaJuan Morgan and DT Carlton Powell.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Agreed to terms with WR Jericho Cotchery.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived TE Chris Blohm.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS—Signed DT Teryl White and DT Ladi Ajiboye. Waived S Brett Johnson and LB Michael Johnson.

COLLEGE

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE—Named Leslie Claybrook assistant commissioner.

WISCONSIN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Named Jackie Wallgren assistant to the commissioner for a two-year period, effective Aug. 1.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC—Announced football coach Howard Schnellenberger will retire after this season.

HOUSTON—Named Matt Read video coordinator for the men’s basketball team and Ryan Shotzberger assistant baseball coach.

ILL.-CHICAGO—Named Al Biancalana men’s associate head basketball coach, Drew Slempkes director of men’s basketball operations and Jeremy Buttell coordinator of men’s basketball and video operations.

SAN JOSE STATE—Named David Sabolcik associate athletics director for development and Mark O’Brien associate head baseball coach.

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN—Named Tim Anderson assistant basketball coach.

WINGATE—Named Ryan Price assistant baseball coach

Football

NFL preseason

Thursday, Aug. 11

Baltimore at Philadelphia

Jacksonville at New England

Seattle at San Diego

Denver at Dallas

Arizona at Oakland

Friday, Aug. 12

Cincinnati at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.

Miami at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Washington, 6:30 p.m.

Tampa Bay at Kansas City, 7 p.m.

San Francisco at New Orleans, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 13

Green Bay at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m.

Buffalo at Chicago, 7 p.m.

Minnesota at Tennessee, 7 p.m.

Indianapolis at St. Louis, 7 p.m.

N.Y. Giants at Carolina, 7 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 15

N.Y. Jets at Houston, 7 p.m.

Fishing report

From Outdoor News

LAKE MILLE LACS

East — You need to cover water during the day with live-bait rigs or spinner rigs tipped with nightcrawlers or leeches for walleyes. Work the tops and edges of the mud and gravel bars. There is some action taking place with crankbaits off the structure in deep water. A slip bobber and leech remains the best night option for walleyes on any of the deep rock reefs. Look to the shallow and mid-depth rocks for smallmouths, which can be had on plastics, crankbaits, or live bait. Muskie reports weren’t as consistent this week.

West — Spinner rigs with nightcrawlers or minnows continue to trigger some walleyes during the day on the tops and edges of Seguchie’s Flat, Seven Mile Flat, Eight Mile Flat, and Sherman’s Flat. Anchoring and pitching slip bobbers and leeches at night in 30 to 34 feet has provided more consistent walleye action. Muskie reports varied this week, but anglers seem to be raising quite a few fish from the weeds and northern pike are hitting crankbaits on most weedlines. Look to the rocks and weeds for consistent smallmouth bass action.

LAKE OF THE WOODS

Walleyes are hitting live-bait rigs or spinners and crawlers in 20 to 25 feet along the south shore. Saugers are being caught slightly deeper and there are more walleyes and sauger being caught via downrigging. Live bait also is the best option at the Northwest Angle, where walleyes, smallmouth bass, and northern pike are being taken around the islands in 20 feet or more. This area is giving up a few muskies as well.

LEECH LAKE

Work spinner rigs and nightcrawlers during the day on the rock reefs and main-lake flats in 15 to 18 feet for walleyes. At night, crankbaits or slip bobbers and leeches are producing fish around Sand Point in 10 to 14 feet. Muskies remain active on the cabbage beds in Sucker Bay and Portage Bay, while bass fishing continues to be very good along the rice beds in most bays. Panfish reports have been limited this week.

LAKE MINNETONKA AREA

Sunfish are being caught along the shallow and deep weed areas of Lake Minnetonka and Lake Independence. These lakes also are giving up the occasional walleye in 32 to 38 feet, mainly on nightcrawlers. Northern pike and bass are tight to the deep weed edges on most lakes and Minnetonka has produced muskies during low-light periods with most fish chasing bucktails or topwater baits.

RAINY LAKE

Nightcrawlers and minnows are producing walleyes on the main-lake reefs and Fox Island area in 25 to 35 feet. The Three Sisters area of Sand Bay is producing walleyes in 24 to 30 feet and you’ll find decent walleye action on the Rainy River in 12 to 15 feet. Crankbaits and minnows are producing northern pike on the deep weedlines in Lost Bay.

LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH

The main-lake bars and north-end humps continue to produce the bulk of most walleye catches. Anglers are drifting crawlers or leeches in 18 to 22 feet and the bite seems to be best when the wind blows. With a decent wind, you’ll find active walleyes on the west-side points in less than 12 feet as well. Northern pike are hitting along most weedlines and perch can be had with a jig and minnow in eight to 13 feet.

NORTHEAST METRO

The weedlines on the north end of Bald Eagle Lake are giving up muskies during low-light periods. Look to the St. Croix River for walleyes in 15 to 20 feet and Demonterville Lake is giving up panfish in eight to 10 feet. The weedlines of Beaver Lake, Silver Lake, and Demonterville are kicking out northern pike, mainly on sucker minnows.

WEST METRO

Look for sunfish in 12 to 14 feet on Lake Auburn, Lake Bavaria, and Pierson Lake. Crankbaits, sucker minnows, and spoon plugs are triggering northern pike along the weedlines of Pierson and Auburn. Bass are hitting topwater baits and spinnerbaits at Steiger Lake and Whaletail Lake during the morning and evening hours.

LAKE WACONIA

Walleye action has been slow with an occasional big fish caught late at night on North Reef and Kegg’s Reef in 12 to 15 feet. Sunfish and bass remain active on the shallow weedlines adjacent to most reefs and muskie anglers raised more fish this week. CowGirls have been the hot bait on North Reef, Center Reef, and the swimming beach area.

ALEXANDRIA AREA

Panfish continue to be found on the deep weedlines throughout the Le Homme Dieu Chain. Look for bigger bass on the bars and deep weedlines of Lake Miltona, Lake Carlos, and Lake Le Homme Dieu. Walleye action has been best during low-light periods of the day with spinners and crawlers in 15 to 18 feet on Miltona and Lake Ida. Throwing bucktails on the weedlines of Lobster Lake and Miltona has produced a few muskies.

ANNANDALE AREA

Nightcrawlers are producing walleyes at Clearwater Lake in 16 to 24 feet and bass fishing continues to be excellent on the weedlines and shoreline breaks of most lakes. Sucker minnows and spoon plugs are turning northern pike at Clearwater, Lake John, Lake Sylvia, and Pleasant Lake. Muskies are most active early and late in the day at Sugar Lake, while the 12- to 14-foot weedlines on Clearwater, Sylvia, John, and Sugar are holding sunfish.

BATTLE LAKE

Walleyes and northern pike are hitting in 15 to 25 feet at Otter Tail Lake, West Battle Lake, and Walker Lake. Trolling Shad Raps in eight to 10 feet has produced walleyes at night on the flats of Otter Tail as well. Sunfish are hitting in six to 12 feet at West Battle, Clitherall Lake, Blanche Lake, and Stalker Lake. Look for crappies on these lakes to be suspended over 15 feet or more. The weed edges of West Battle are giving up a few muskies, but most continue to chase baits rather than eat them.

BEMIDJI AREA

Walleyes are hitting nightcrawlers during the day in 18 to 25 feet and crankbaits during low-light periods in shallower water on Lake Bemidji and Lake Plantagenet. The cabbage beds and points of both lakes are also targets for muskies and northern pike. You’ll find panfish in 10 to 15 feet at Grace Lake, Kitchi Lake, and Grant Lake, while the weedlines of most lakes continue to produce bass.

BLACKDUCK AREA

Panfish and bass action is consistent on the weedlines of Lake Pimushe, Gilstead Lake, Gull Lake, and North Twin Lake. Work the 12- to 15-foot break with nightcrawlers at Island Lake for walleyes. The seven- to 10-foot weedline on Blackduck Lake also is giving up ‘eyes with crawlers.

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BRAINERD/NISSWA AREA

Redtails or nightcrawlers are producing walleyes early and late in the day in 16 to 20 feet at Gull Lake, Whitefish Lake, and North Long Lake. Look for sunfish and bass on the weedlines of most lakes and pike are hitting minnows in 12 to 20 feet at Gull, North Long, and Round Lake.

CHISAGO AREA

Nightcrawlers or fathead minnows are working best for walleyes during low-light periods on the deep weedlines of Chisago Lake and Green Lake. Sunfish are hitting in 12 to 15 feet at North Lindstrom Lake, South Center Lake, and Chisago. Sucker minnows continue to turn northern pike in 10 to 14 feet at Sunrise Lake, while bass are an easy catch throughout the area with plastics and spinnerbaits.

DETROIT LAKES

Work the weedlines out to 20 feet for walleyes at Pelican Lake, Lake Melissa, Big Detroit Lake, and Big Cormorant Lake. Sunfish and crappies are hanging around the deep weed edges of Floyd Lake, Cotton Lake, Severson Lake, and Big Detroit. Bass and pike are hitting on the weedliness of most lakes and muskie activity has been best at Big Detroit and Pelican with large spinnerbaits.

DULUTH AREA

Bluegills are being found on the 10- to 12-foot weedlines of Fish Lake, while the structure and shoreline breaks of Island Lake are providing consistent smallmouth bass action. Nightcrawlers are the preferred walleye bait at Island in 20 to 30 feet and at Boulder Lake in 15 to 17 feet. Muskies remain "fairly active" on the St. Louis River as they continue to chase bucktails. On Lake Superior, salmon and lake trout are being found suspended 20 to 70 feet down.

ELY AREA

A leech and plain hook is producing a few walleyes on the reefs of Burntside Lake in 24 to 26 feet. Smallmouth bass are hitting on lakes Shagawa, Snowbank, Basswood, and Burntside, but look for the biggest fish to be deeper on the reefs. Basswood and Burntside are giving up northern pike in 15 to 20 feet, while lake trout action remains slow.

FAIRMONT AREA

Bucktails or topwater baits are producing an occasional muskie at Fox Lake during low-light periods of the day. Crappies and bluegills are hitting in five to seven feet of water at Lake Sissiton, Budd Lake, and Hall Lake. Crankbaits and minnows are turning northern pike at Tuttle Lake in three to five feet of water and North Silver Lake is producing perch in less than six feet.

FARIBAULT AREA

Look to Lake Mazaska, Kelley Dudley Lake, and French Lake for panfish in 10 to 12 feet of water. Bucktails continue to work best for muskies on the weedlines of French during the evening hours. The weedlines of Kelley Dudley and Shields Lake are giving up northern pike, most of which are hitting spoons. Walleye action has been slow.

GRAND RAPIDS AREA

Leeches and nightcrawlers are producing walleyes on the weedlines out to 24 feet on Bowstring Lake, Lake Wabana, Sugar Lake, Lake Pokegama, and Sand Lake. Crappies remain active during the evening hours in the cabbage of Pokegama, Spider Lake, and Big Splithand Lake. Look for sunfish in 10 to 14 feet on lakes Pokegama, Bass, Graves, and Little Splithand. Smallmouth and largemouth bass action remains strong on most lakes, big northern pike remain suspended over 20 feet or more, and muskies continue to be raised during low-light periods at Deer Lake and North Star Lake.

HACKENSACK AREA

The eight- to 12-foot weedlines of Pleasant Lake, Birch Lake, and Webb Lake continue to produce panfish. Look to Portage Lake and Baby Lake for consistent bass action and sucker minnows are producing northern pike in 12 to 14 feet at Ten Mile Lake. Walleye reports have been limited this week.

RED LAKE

Spinner rigs and jigs tipped with leeches or minnows are producing walleyes in six to 12 feet on the south shore rock humps. There’s a shallower bite, five to 10 feet, on the east-shore breaks with live bait and crankbaits early and late in the day. Crankbaits and spinnerbaits continue to trigger big northern pike along the shorelines and bulrush edges.

RED WING AREA

Walleyes and sauger are being caught on three-way rigs and crankbaits in 15 to 25 feet at Maiden Rock Flats and the points throughout Lake Pepin. On the Mississippi River, bigger catfish are being caught below the dam.

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