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May 2, 2014

Sports Roundup - 05/02/14

Blue Jackets Calvary shuts out Broadfording

CRESAPTOWN— Payton Emerick and Atsidi Smith scored two goals apiece and Karly Hipsley saved the only shot she saw as Calvary ran away with a 7-0 win against Broadfording on Thursday.



Emerick scored two of the first three goals as Calvary opened a 4-0 lead in the first half. Smith scored the first two goals of the second half to stretch the lead to 6-0 and Jada Lowery added the final goal with 10 minutes remaining. Chesni Ultis and Kelsey Morrison had one goal each, and Brooke Van-Meter and Lowery both had one assist.



Calvary bombarded Broadfording with 24 shots while its defense allowed only one to slip through. Hiplsey had one save in the shutout and Hayley Widmyer stopped nine shots in the loss. The Eagles finished with an 8-1 advantage in corner kicks.



The Eagles (6-4-1, 4-3-1 Mason-Dixon Christian Conference) is at Shalom Tuesday in Chambersburg, Pa.

Flames Kings Chiverini aces No. 4 at Polish Pines

KEYSER, W.Va. — Chris Chiverini hit a hole-in-one on the 168-yard fourth hole at Polish Pines Golf Course. Chiverini used a 7-iron to make the shot, which was witnessed by Chuck Davis.

Minor league games to air on CBS Sports Network

NEW YORK (AP) — Minor League Baseball games will air nationally on the CBS Sports Network cable channel this season.



CBS said Thursday that 15 games will be televised this spring and summer. The network can change its schedule if a major league star is set to make a rehab appearance with a minor league affiliate.



The first game will be broadcast Thursday night, when the Indianapolis Indians, the Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, visit the Pawtucket Red Sox, Boston’s top farm team.

Kentucky hires former Pitt assistant Rohrssen

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky has hired Barry Rohrssen as assistant coach, filling a vacancy left after Orlando Antigua became South Florida’s head coach.



Rohrssen spent last season as a Pitt assistant, helping the Panthers reach their second consecutive NCAA tournament in his second stint with the program. The 19-year college veteran previously worked under Ben Howland and then Jamie Dixon from 1999-2006 at Pitt before coaching five years at Manhattan College.



He also worked at UNLV, with the NBA Portland Trailblazers’ NBDL Idaho affiliate and coached internationally.



In a release on Thursday Kentucky coach John Calipari recalled his long association with Rohrssen, saying, “I’m thrilled with what he brings to our staff, both on and off the court, in terms of coaching, recruiting and mentoring these young men.”

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