Judson (5-10): Matthew Meier CG, 7 IP, 3 H and Josh Krueger 2-for-3, RBI in Game 1.,Ian Petoskey 3-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and Adam Zeratsky 3-for-4, double, 2 runs, RBI in Game 2.

North Central (22-5) and Aurora (16-11) both will play Friday at a time to be determined in the first round of the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament.,North Central host Chatham (Pa.) (19-9), while Aurora plays at Augustana (24-3).

Spieth hit his tee shot on the short par-4 10th to the left, normally a good place to be except that his ball hit the cart path, hit it again, bounded across the forward tee at No. 11 and disappeared into shin-high grass so deep he could barely see his ball.,That was great news to Spieth, who hit his tee shot left of the green near a tree, pitched to 15 feet and walked away with par.,When he returned, Mickelson hit a beautiful flop shot from long and left of the green to 18 feet, and his birdie attempt turned away at the cup.,From right of the green at No. 12, the toughest hole at Riviera, he hit a lofted chip that rolled dead into the cup for another birdie.,Spieth picked up two more birdies on the par-5 11th and par-5 first hole, and then when he came up short of the green at No. 2, another cheer rang out on the hill as he chipped in again.

Enzo Fuschino was hired as men's soccer coach at North Central.,Fuschino spent the last 12 seasons at Wisconsin Platteville, leading the Pioneers to the NCAA Division III National Tournament four times.

A combined five athletes currently rank in the top-10 of the all-around standings as Maggie Nichols (first), Brenna Dowell (sixth) and Anastasia Webb (seventh) represent OU, and Trinity Thomas (fourth) and Alicia Boren (10th) represent the Gators.,In 2015, OU set the school record with a 198.500, scoring better than a 49.500 on every event (49.525 on vault, 49.500 on bars, 49.750 on beam, 49.725 on floor).,CONFERENCE HONORS

Junior Maggie Nichols (Event Specialist of the Week) and sophomore Anastasia Webb (Gymnast of the Week) were each honored by the Big 12 this week for their performances at the Metroplex Challenge.,Seniors Brenna Dowell (AA), Nicole Lehrmann (VT, UB, BB) and Alex Marks (UB), juniors Jade Degouveia (VT, FX), Maggie Nichols (AA) and Bre Showers (AA), sophomores Jordan Draper (FX), Karrie Thomas (UB), Carly Woodard (BB) and Anastasia Webb (AA) and freshmen Emma LaPinta (FX), Allie Stern (VT, FX) and Olivia Trautman (VT, BB, FX) have all competed.,A GLANCE AT OKLAHOMA read more

Metea (9-7): Ethan Helwig 35 points; first player in school history to reach 1,000 career points.,Aurora’s Meija Rabi (women’s basketball) was chosen NACC Player of the Week.

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Enquirer writers Shelby Dermer, John Snodgrass and Jon Richardson recap Friday night basketball action around Greater Cincinnati.,Shelby Dermer and John Snodgrass and Jon Richardson, Cincinnati Enquirer read more

Scores and highlights may be emailed to Schedules are subject to change because of weather and other factors.,Top team and other local teams (13 scoring teams): 1.