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The center fielder misplayed the ball and allowed Jordan Holton, who had come in to run for Karshner, to make the lead 3-0. Bailey later scored on an error by Venice second baseman Casey Garner, who dropped a throw from catcher Chelsea Zgrabik on Crystal Moore's bunt.

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Column: Here's my Players soundtrack

All great dramas need a soundtrack. And this Players Championship is shaping up to be a good one.

Garcia leads Players

It paid to be a morning person at the TPC Sawgrass Players Stadium Course.

Local Watch
Defensive back Mitch Swanson has become the 15th player from Nease's 2007 football team to sign with a college.

Local Watch 2
The Bo Clark Basketball Camp for boys and girls ages 5-17 will run three weeks at the Flagler Gym: June 16-20, June 23-27 and June 30-July 3.

Holmes, Scott wilt in afternoon sun

All J.B. Holmes wanted to do was walk away.

Players notes: Low scores vanish

Amid all of the afternoon collapses on the leaderboard at The Players Championship, one group defied the tough conditions.

Leaderboard not reserved for youngsters
The rage in golf is youth.

Roundup: News in Brief

Henin upset by Safina at German Open

NHL: Red Wings open series with 4-1 victory

DETROIT -- Johan Franzen, Brian Rafalski and Tomas Holmstrom scored power-play goals for the Detroit Red Wings, who built a big lead in the second period and coasted to a 4-1 win over the Dallas Stars in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Thursday night.

Webb improves to 8-0 as D'backs roll

PHOENIX -- Brandon Webb became the first pitcher to win his first eight starts in three years, tossing his 13th career complete game to help the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-3 on Thursday.

Early call brings good news for Dustin Johnson
Around 7 Thursday morning Dustin Johnson stopped watching TV.

Trouble on 17 ends Furyk's up-and-down first round
Jim Furyk was grinding along, doing what he needed to do to get through Thursday afternoon.

Solid, consistent start for Mickelson

Phil Mickelson left some shots on the TPC Sawgrass Players Stadium Course in Thursday's first round. But not enough to hurt his chances of defending The Players Championship he won last year.

Checking in with our picks for The Players ...

So, how'd we fare with our Players picks following the opening round of The Players? Good, if you're Stuart Korfhage.

Paul Goydos finally tastes some success at Sawgrass

Moments after he completed his first round at the Players Championship, Paul Goydos was stepping up to a microphone for an interview session when a member of the media grabbed his arm.

Wie struggles to 75 in first round on LPGA Tour since February

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The booming drives were there, but more often than not, Michelle Wie didn't know where they were going in her first round on the LPGA Tour since February.

All-NBA team: Bryant is unanimous pick

NEW YORK -- Kobe Bryant added another honor Thursday to go with his MVP award, becoming the only unanimous selection to the All-NBA team.

Billups still sore, unsure if he can go in Game 4

ORLANDO -- Chauncey Billups spent almost all Wednesday night in the trainer's room. He was there Thursday, when the rest of the Detroit Pistons took the court to practice. And he'll be there most of Friday, too.

Celtics coast to victory in Game 2

BOSTON -- Paul Pierce and Ray Allen found their shooting touch. LeBron James can only hope he left his in Cleveland.

NBA Today
Rashard Lewis, Magic, scored a career playoff-high 33 points to lead Orlando to a 111-86 win over Detroit.

Players Championship First round

Players Championship Par Scores

Today on TV
2:10 p.m. WGN -- Arizona at Chicago Cubs


Thursday, May 8, 2008
  • Those Other Spots
  • A course for all players, just not Tiger
  • Orlando crushes Detroit
  • IRL sees marketing of stars as key to competing with NASCAR
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Bartram softball team moves into final
  • Since win in 2004, Sawgrass has been kind to Scott
  • Era of low scores over at Sawgrass
  • The Record's fearless Players picks
  • Big changes for Masters winner
  • Notes: Nicklaus honored
  • O'Hair's finish in '07 still painful
  • Stewart gives few hints about future
  • Roundup: news in Brief
  • Votto hits 3 HRs as Reds beat Cubs
  • LeBron says he'll be better in Game 2
  • NHL: Crosby content to be playmaker in wins
  • NBA: Bulls high on D'Antoni, cooling on Johnson
  • 'Hard Knocks' to take on Cowboys
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events

  • Wednesday, May 7, 2008
  • He's working on it
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Column: Howard hire proves costly
  • NCAA academic report: Some college teams may be hit hard
  • Chipper's HR helps Braves top Padres
  • Players Championship notes: First timers talk about 17
  • Bryant officially named NBA MVP
  • Martin's success brings confidence to DEI
  • James struggles as Celtics win Game 1
  • Magic quickly in big hole against Pistons
  • Union expresses concern over lack of offers to Barry Bonds
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Players Championship Glance
  • Local Events
  • Today on TV

  • Tuesday, May 6, 2008
  • Local, with a twist
  • Legend of Tebow keeps on growing
  • Hayes hopes to leave mark
  • Howard runs into trouble at Columbia
  • TPC Sawgrass now suits Mickelson's game
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Players notes: Father-son list grows
  • Players Championship Glance
  • Pistons put Magic in 2-0 series hole
  • Local Events
  • Today on TV
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Red Sox beat Tigers
  • Chipper's 'sweet stroke' is clicking for Atlanta

  • Monday, May 5, 2008
  • No Slowing Down
  • Column: Athletes and guns a bad mix
  • Victories still elude tough-luck Earnhardt
  • Tragedy the talk of horse racing again after Derby
  • Local Watch
  • Players Watch
  • Tour officials see reward after tourney's move
  • Boxing: Mayweather in De La Hoya's sights
  • NHL: Penguins KO Rangers in OT
  • Local Events
  • Today on TV
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Braves, Chipper cruise
  • NBA: Celtics finally advance
  • Magic, Pistons trade barbs
  • NFL: Free agents, draft picks put on a show for Bucs
  • Golf: Creamer wins in playoff

  • Sunday, May 4, 2008
  • The Players
  • Column: Brown triumphs in tragic Derby
  • Local Watch
  • Eight Belles breaks down after second-place finish
  • Desormeaux the eighth 3-time Derby winner
  • How they ran in the Kentucky Derby
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Webb gets win No. 7 for D'backs
  • Pistons bully Magic in Game 1
  • Surprisingly long series ends today in Boston
  • New MVP Bryant, Lakers await Jazz
  • Kim roars to 4-shot lead at Wachovia
  • Golf roundup: Creamer way ahead of Ochoa
  • Bowyer sneaks to win in Richmond
  • NHL: Flyers advance with victory
  • Labonte agrees to extension
  • Today on TV

  • Saturday, May 3, 2008
  • One Big Task
  • Quiet Smith is Magic catalyst
  • Palatka ends Nease's baseball season
  • Busch celebrates birthday as hottest driver
  • What's in a horse's name? Plenty for Derby hopefuls
  • Hamlin on pole in Sprint Cup, wins Nationwide race
  • Hudson, Braves blank Reds, 2-0
  • College hoops: Lofton details battle with cancer
  • Out of chances: LSU throws QB Perrilloux off team
  • Parker already making impact
  • New sports museum has a bit of everything
  • Business first for new-look Oscar
  • Proud Clemson program slides into losing ways
  • Miami rookie Long leaves mark
  • National roundup: Nadal wins in tennis
  • Golf: Ochoa struggles
  • NBA: Howard drawing strong comparisons
  • Hawks force Game 7 with Celtics
  • NASCAR: Edwards signs new deal
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Class 4A Championship track and field capsule
  • Today On TV
  • Local Events

  • Friday, May 2, 2008
  • Big Brown star
  • Sonics' Durant named rookie of the year
  • Column: More than a trip around the bases
  • Local Watch 2
  • Local Watch
  • Hawks home, seeking an upset
  • Lofton underwent cancer treatment
  • Wizards tone down talk for Game 6
  • NHL: Rangers stay alive
  • Synthetic surfaces an X factor at Derby
  • Sheikh's acquisitions raise talk of breeding 'superhorse'
  • Pistons pound 76ers to finish off series
  • Aikman, Cannon, Holtz head for College Football Hall
  • Roundup
  • Baseball: Yankees P Hughes expected to be out until July
  • David Toms leads Wachovia
  • Buzzie Bavasi dies at 93
  • Golf roundup: Ochoa 4 back
  • Brewers rally against Wood for 4-3 victory

  • Thursday, May 1, 2008
  • BCS Left Intact
  • Six guys you should root for to make Players
  • Spring football begins today for prep teams
  • Perfect horse Big Brown is Derby favorite
  • Summer of uncertainty for Petty Enterprises
  • NBA: Sonics' Durant will be named top rookie
  • Playoffs: Wizards to Cavaliers; Celtics crush Hawks
  • Rays win; Braves lose
  • Boxing: De La Hoya begins his farewell tour
  • PGA Tour begins stretch without Tiger
  • Draft shutout reflects on Bama's needs
  • College baseball: FSU beats Stetson
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Roundup: News In Brief

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2008
  • Bears Bounced
  • A big win for Bears softball program
  • Nease wins baseball opener in 8
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Phillies keep Maddux from win No. 350
  • Column: Some rest up next for Magic
  • MLB: A-Rod to DL; more trouble for Clemens
  • Local charges dropped on FSU WR Parker
  • Brown hired by Bobcats
  • NBA: Hornets, Pistons win
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events

  • Tuesday, April 29, 2008
  • Series all Rapt up
  • Riley steps down as Heat coach
  • Major BCS changes unlikely
  • Nease punter Zack Cooper signs letter of intent with Toledo
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Column: Super Bowl winners pick last
  • NHL: Biron strong again to lift Flyers
  • NBA: Hawks even series with Celtics
  • Prep softball playoff capsule
  • Regional baseball capsules
  • Local Events
  • MLB: Mussina earns win No. 253 against Indians
  • Johnny Cueto a hopeful sign for Reds' future
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Today on TV

  • Monday, April 28, 2008
  • Defense Fixed?
  • Caution to the win: Kyle Busch tops Talladega
  • Dealing Dolphins hold on to Taylor
  • Former SAHS star Cooper goes undrafted
  • Column: Are Raptors really going to be D.O.A.?
  • Local Watch
  • College baseball: St. Leo takes series from Flagler
  • Golf: Scott wins in playoff; Sorenstam wins
  • Local Events
  • Today on TV
  • Yankees beat Indians
  • Florida notes: FSU has poor showing
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • NFL Draft

  • Sunday, April 27, 2008
  • Jags line up
  • No real surprises at top of draft
  • BCS inches toward playoff but won't call it that
  • Local Watch 2
  • Local Watch
  • Bucs pick CB Talib in first round
  • NBA: Atlanta, Orlando get wins
  • NHL: Red Wings take 2-0 lead over Avalanche
  • Martinez leads Indians past Yankees
  • Golf: Scott stays in command at Byron Nelson Championship
  • Racing roundup: Stewart finally wins at Talladega
  • Nemechek steals pole from Stewart
  • Column: Is a rookie salary cap coming?
  • Local Events
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Today on TV

  • Saturday, April 26, 2008
  • Ready an Waiting
  • Bears complete district run, beat Wolfson
  • Bartram cruises into finals
  • Column: Running off at the typewriter...
  • NBA: Mavs, Sixers cruise
  • Roundup: SAHS, Menedez ready for state track
  • Roundup: News In Brief
  • Indians beat Yankees for fourth straight win
  • NFL draft: McFadden could be this year's Peterson
  • Caldwell's path to NFL longer than he planned
  • Miami's streak should continue
  • As question marks abound, NFL draft may have plenty of drama
  • Golf: Adam Scott holds slim lead at Byron Nelson
  • Racing notes: Busch undecided on future
  • Patrick says she was ready for the attention
  • Stewart not worried about outside offers
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Today On TV
  • Local Events

  • Friday, April 25, 2008
  • Palatka Rolls
  • Dolphins rebuilding block by block
  • Jaquars not just looking for one player
  • Bartram stuns Parker in baseball
  • Prep Softball Playoff Capsule
  • Cross resigns post with Players
  • Track: Cooper leads Bears at region; Nease boys strong in tennis
  • Rays sweep Blue Jays
  • Joe Gibbs Racing, Stewart denies he's looking to leave
  • NBA: Wizards hammer Cavs; Raptors beat Magic
  • Golf: Three tied at Nelson
  • NHL: Red Wings beat Avalanche; Canadiens wins
  • Roundup: News In Brief
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events

  • Thursday, April 24, 2008
  • Storming to State
  • Jaguars hope to solidify defensive line in draft
  • Will 'Canes' streak end?
  • A little bit of Boo is all that golf needs
  • NBA: Celtics hammer Hawks; Pistons cruise
  • With Long in the fold, Dolphins still have holes
  • Auto racing: Stewart thinking about split from Joe Gibbs?
  • Immelman back on course
  • De La Hoya and the Contender
  • Santana strong for Mets
  • Brohm ready for his shot in NFL
  • NFL: New Spygate drama?
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events
  • Roundup: News in Brief

  • Wednesday, April 23, 2008
  • New-look Bears
  • Yellow Jackets bow out
  • Palatka ruins SAHS' baseball season
  • Nease moves on to final in 5-4A
  • Baseball: Bartram rallies for win; Flashes lose tight game
  • NFL draft: Dolphins sign OL Jake Long
  • Red Sox rally past Angels
  • Roundup: News In Brief
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Prep Region Track And Field Capsules
  • Local Events
  • Today On TV

  • Tuesday, April 22, 2008
  • District Baseball: One Down
  • Column: Softball finally on the map at SAHS
  • Earnhardt Jr. thinks winless streak about to end
  • St. Joseph beats Hilliard in baseball
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Dolphins leaning toward OL Long?
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Local Events
  • Today on TV
  • AL: Red Sox finish sweep of Rangers
  • NL: Hudson pitches Braves to 5th straight win
  • Prep Softball Playoff Capsules
  • NHL: Caps force Game 7

  • Monday, April 21, 2008
  • Magical Debut
  • Historic win for Danica
  • Column: Random evidence of a cluttered mind...
  • Busch wins third straight on Nationwide
  • NBA: Gasol, Lakers beat Nuggets
  • NHL: Red Wings close out Predators in Game 6
  • AL: A-Rod hurt in Yankee's victory
  • NL: Braves sweep Dodgers; Marlins belt Nats
  • Opposites in demeanor, Gators attract NFL draft interest
  • Golf: Ochoa makes it four straight wins
  • Boxing: Calzaghe ready for vacation
  • College baseball: Miami edges FSU
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Local Events
  • Roundup: News In Brief
  • Today On TV

  • Sunday, April 20, 2008
  • LeGood Start
  • Alabama's First Lady Saban puts on charm for fans
  • Mitchell Report has been a curse
  • Oden looking ahead, not to what might have been
  • Roundup: SAHS, Nease finish lifting seasons at state
  • Boxing: Calzaghe edges Hopkins in split decision
  • NHL: Bruins force Game 7
  • NBA: Duncan lifts Spurs in 2 OT
  • NL: Braves beat Dodgers
  • AL: Blue Jays end slide at home, beat Tigers; Orioles hold Yankees scoreless
  • College football: Nebraska, rabid fans celebrate spring
  • NFL Draft Glance
  • Local Golf Results
  • Weekley in line for another victory
  • Horse racing: Behindatthebar wins Lexington
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events
  • Roundup: News in Brief

  • Saturday, April 19, 2008
  • No Lil' Dale
  • Thomas fired as coach of Knicks
  • Celtics a tough draw for Hawks
  • Real NBA season starts now
  • Ortiz slams Rangers
  • Roundup: Menendez girls fourth at region track meet
  • Golf: Ochoa trails by three; Glover up at Hilton Head
  • Vikings D-lineman Udeze recovering from leukemia
  • Baseball: Longoria signs; Klesko quits
  • NBA owners vote to approve SuperSonics' relocation
  • Gasol has been a perfect fit for Lakers
  • East: Celtics-Pistons final seems inevitable
  • Troy's McKelvin becomes draft's top corner prospect
  • Small-college RB Woodhead confident he'll get NFL shot
  • Martial Arts grabs foothold in mainstream sports
  • Hopkins hitting Calzaghe with insults
  • Feds looking into dangers of lead in artificial turf
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events
  • Roundup: News in Brief

  • Friday, April 18, 2008
  • Almost Perfect
  • Playoffs for Jackets will begin on road
  • Playoff fun on Orlando's agenda
  • Dolphins change, talk defense
  • Local Watch
  • Local Watch 2
  • Golf: Ochoa starts strong at Ginn Open
  • NBA: Two coaches fired
  • Today on TV
  • Local Events
  • Roundup: News in Brief
  • Indians smash Tigers
  • Roundup: Bartram girls win district track title
  • NHL playoffs: Bruins beat Canadiens to stay alive in series
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