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ON AIR

TV SportsWatch

(All times Eastern)

Schedule subject to change and/or blackouts.

Tuesday, Jan. 8

AUTO RACING

2 a.m.

NBCSN — Dakar Rally, stage 4, Nazca to Arequipa, Peru (delayed tape)

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

7 p.m.

ESPN — Alabama at Missouri

ESPN2 — Baylor at Texas Tech

9 p.m.

ESPN — Ohio St. at Purdue

ON TAP

Tuesday, Jan. 8

BASKETBALL

Bradley Central at Rhea County, 6, (BJV, 4:30)

Walker Valley at Cleveland, 6 (BJV 4:30)

McMinn Central at Polk County, 6 (JV 3:30)

Georgia Northwestern at Cleveland State (W), 6

WRESTLING

Walker Valley at Hixson, 6 (JV 5)

Thursday, Jan. 10

BASKETBALL

Lee at Southern Wesleyan (S.C.), 6

Ocoee Middle (8) at South Cumberland, 7 (7G 6)

WRESTLING

Baylor at Ocoee Middle, 4

Bradley Central at Cleveland, 7 (JV 6)

Friday, Jan. 11

BASKETBALL

Walker Valley at Bradley Central, 6 ((BJV 4:30)

Cleveland at Rhea County, 6 (BJV 4)

Sequoyah at Polk County, 6 (JV 3:30)

Chattahoochee Tech at Cleveland State, 6

WRESTLING

Moffat Duals, Science Hill HS

Bradley Central participating

Saturday, Jan. 12

BASKETBALL

Coastal Georgia at Lee, 2

Cleveland Middle at Ocoee Middle (7), 4

Cookeville at Bradley Central, 6 (BJV 4:30)

Cleveland Middle at Ocoee Middle (8), 6

SWIMMING

Cleveland at Sevier County, TBA

WRESTLING

Ocoee Middle (JV) at Baylor, 9 a.m.

Ocoee Middle at Tornado Duals, McCallie, 8 a.m.

Bradley Central at Fandetti Brawl, Science Hill, TBA

Cleveland in Brentwood Invitational, TBA

Walker Valley Duals, TBA

FOOTBALL

NFL

Playoff Glance

All Times EST

Wild-card Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 5

Houston 19, Cincinnati 13

Green Bay 24, Minnesota 10

Sunday, Jan. 6

Baltimore 24, Indianapolis 9

Seattle 24, Washington 14

Divisional Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 12

Baltimore at Denver, 4:30 p.m. (CBS)

Green Bay at San Francisco, 8 p.m. (FOX)

Sunday, Jan. 13

Seattle at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX)

Houston at New England, 4:30 p.m. (CBS)

Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 20

AFC, TBA (CBS)

NFC, TBA (FOX)

Pro Bowl

Sunday, Jan. 27

At Honolulu

AFC vs. NFC, 7 p.m. (NBC)

Super Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 3

At New Orleans

AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6 p.m. (CBS)

NCAA

AP Poll

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, final records, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pv

1. Alabama (59) 13-1 1,475 2

2. Oregon 12-1 1,358 5

3. Ohio St. 12-0 1,302 3

4. Notre Dame 12-1 1,288 1

5. Georgia 12-2 1,230 6

5. Texas A&M 11-2 1,230 10

7. Stanford 12-2 1,169 8

8. South Carolina 11-2 1,038 11

9. Florida 11-2 933 4

10. Florida St. 12-2 922 13

11. Clemson 11-2 889 14

12. Kansas St. 11-2 871 7

13. Louisville 11-2 781 22

14. LSU 10-3 756 9

15. Oklahoma 10-3 615 12

16. Utah St. 11-2 456 18

17. Northwestern 10-3 443 21

18. Boise St. 11-2 419 20

19. Texas 9-4 358 NR

20. Oregon St. 9-4 303 15

21. San Jose St. 11-2 243 24

22. N. Illinois 12-2 227 16

23. Vanderbilt 9-4 180 NR

24. Michigan 8-5 147 19

25. Nebraska 10-4 119 23

Others receiving votes: Baylor 95, Penn St. 90, Cincinnati 78, Oklahoma St. 42, Tulsa 34, UCLA 31, Arkansas St. 28, TCU 9, UCF 9, Wisconsin 6, N. Dakota St. 1.

USA Today Top 25 Poll

The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, final records, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pvs

1. Alabama (56) 13-1 1,400 2

2. Oregon 12-1 1,322 3

3. Notre Dame 12-1 1,253 1

4. Georgia 12-2 1,213 5

5. Texas A&M 11-2 1,171 9

6. Stanford 12-2 1,167 8

7. South Carolina 11-2 1,064 10

8. Florida State 12-2 942 12

9. Clemson 11-2 916 13

10. Florida 11-2 886 4

11. Kansas State 11-2 841 6

12. LSU 10-3 775 7

13. Louisville 11-2 772 18

14. Boise State 11-2 633 15

15. Oklahoma 10-3 600 11

16. Northwestern 10-3 580 17

17. Utah State 11-2 444 20

18. Texas 9-4 398 25

19. Oregon State 9-4 366 14

20. Vanderbilt 9-4 248 NR

21. San Jose State 11-2 244 24

22. Cincinnati 10-3 186 NR

23. Nebraska 10-4 175 21

24. Northern Illinois 12-2 156 16

25. Tulsa 11-3 110 NR

Others receiving votes: Michigan 101; UCLA 75; Baylor 52; Oklahoma State 36; Wisconsin 18; Central Florida 15; Arkansas State 13; Arizona State 10; Rutgers 9; Kent State 5; Louisiana Tech 2; Arizona 1; Ohio 1.

Basketball

National Basketball Association

All Times EST

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

W L Pct GB

New York 23 11 .676 —

Brooklyn 19 15 .559 4

Boston 17 17 .500 6

Philadelphia 15 20 .429 8½

Toronto 12 22 .353 11

Southeast Division

W L Pct GB

Miami 23 9 .719 —

Atlanta 20 12 .625 3

Orlando 12 21 .364 11½

Charlotte 9 24 .273 14½

Washington 5 28 .152 18½

Central Division

W L Pct GB

Indiana 20 14 .588 —

Chicago 18 13 .581 ½

Milwaukee 16 16 .500 3

Detroit 13 23 .361 8

Cleveland 8 27 .229 12½

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Southwest Division

W L Pct GB

San Antonio 27 10 .730 —

Memphis 21 10 .677 3

Houston 20 14 .588 5½

Dallas 13 21 .382 12½

New Orleans 9 25 .265 16½

Northwest Division

W L Pct GB

Oklahoma City 26 8 .765 —

Denver 20 16 .556 7

Portland 18 15 .545 7½

Minnesota 15 15 .500 9

Utah 17 18 .486 9½

Pacific Division

W L Pct GB

L.A. Clippers 27 8 .771 —

Golden State 22 11 .667 4

L.A. Lakers 15 18 .455 11

Sacramento 13 21 .382 13½

Phoenix 12 23 .343 15

Monday’s Games

Washington 101, Oklahoma City 99

Boston 102, New York 96

New Orleans 95, San Antonio 88

Cleveland at Chicago, 8 p.m.

Dallas at Utah, 9 p.m.

Orlando at Portland, 10 p.m.

Memphis at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

Tuesday’s Games

Brooklyn at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

Miami at Indiana, 7 p.m.

L.A. Lakers at Houston, 8 p.m.

Atlanta at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

Phoenix at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.

Wednesday’s Games

Atlanta at Cleveland, 7 p.m.

Utah at Charlotte, 7 p.m.

Philadelphia at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Phoenix at Boston, 7:30 p.m.

Milwaukee at Chicago, 8 p.m.

Houston at New Orleans, 8 p.m.

Minnesota at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m.

L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 8 p.m.

Orlando at Denver, 9 p.m.

Memphis at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.

Dallas at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.

PREP

Tennessee Boys Basketball Prep Poll

The Associated Press’ Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s three Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records through January 7, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:

Class AAA

Record Pts Prv

1. Southwind (14) 13-3 142 -

2. White Station 13-1 131 -

3. Blackman (1) 16-0 128 -

4. Science Hill (1) 21-2 99 -

5. Melrose 14-3 82 -

6. Siegel 16-1 71 -

7. Dyer County 15-1 50 -

8. Memphis Central 14-3 46 -

9. Hillsboro (1) 13-1 38 -

10. Brentwood 15-2 33 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: Maryville 32. Powell 21. Oak Ridge 19. Ridgeway 17. Whitehaven 12.

Class AA

Record Pts Prv

1. CPA (15) 14-2 158 -

2. Jackson South Side (2) 9-1 132 -

3. Waverly 14-2 73 -

4. Giles County 11-2 72 -

5. Fayette Ware 14-3 64 -

6. Sheffield 10-4 58 -

6. Covington 14-3 58 -

8. Knoxville Fulton 11-5 49 -

9. McMinn Central 15-1 46 -

10. East Nashville 14-2 34 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: DeKalb County 33. Cheatham County 33. Austin-East 28. Westview 27. Sullivan East 13. Howard 13.

Class A

Record Pts Prv

1. Mt. Pleasant (15) 12-0 163 -

2. Watertown 14-1 106 -

3. Columbia Academy 13-2 102 -

4. Wartburg Central 11-3 99 -

5. Trinity Christian Academy (1) 10-1 91 -

6. Booker T. Washington 7-3 82 -

7. Clay County 12-3 57 -

8. Middle Tennessee Christian 10-4 40 -

9. Cloudland 9-4 38 -

10. Union City (1) 13-6 33 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: Greenfield 30. Richland 21. Humboldt 14. University 13.

Division II

Record Pts Prv

1. CBHS (9) 16-2 138 -

2. Briarcrest 15-3 118 -

3. Ensworth (4) 9-5 109 -

4. Pope John Paul II (1) 14-2 98 -

5. MUS 13-4 77 -

6. Father Ryan (1) 11-3 69 -

7. Knoxville Webb 13-5 59 -

8. St. George’s (1) 13-1 52 -

9. Franklin Road Academy 12-3 51 -

10. DCA 12-2 44 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: Baylor 20. Lausanne Collegiate 19.

Tennessee Girls Basketball Prep Poll

Class AAA

Record Pts Prv

1. Riverdale (15) 16-0 159 -

2. Blackman (1) 16-0 137 -

3. Oakland 14-1 106 -

4. Science Hill 15-2 104 -

5. Bradley Central 13-1 84 -

6. Columbia 14-3 77 -

7. Memphis Central 9-3 75 -

8. Memphis Overton 16-3 44 -

9. Bearden 13-4 32 -

10. Farragut 16-2 28 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

Class AA

Record Pts Prv

1. Cannon County (7) 17-1 145 -

2. Grainger (8) 17-0 142 -

3. Livingston Academy 15-4 97 -

4. Westview 16-2 96 -

5. McMinn Central 14-3 93 -

6. Knoxville Fulton 12-3 41 -

7. Covington 16-2 39 -

(tie) Elizabethton 13-3 39 -

9. CPA (1) 10-4 34 -

(tie)Creek Wood 14-2 34 -

(tie)Obion County 15-5 34 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: Macon County 21. Manassas 14. Murfreesboro Central 13.

Class A

Record Pts Prv

1. Jackson County (10) 14-2 150 -

2. Union City (3) 15-3 123 -

3. Cosby (2) 14-2 119 -

4. Summertown 12-2 101 -

5. Collinwood 11-1 65 -

6. Clarkrange 14-4 62 -

7. North Greene 13-5 47 -

(tie) Oliver Springs 11-3 47 -

9. Lake County 9-1 44 -

10. Hampton 14-4 34 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: Moore County 32.

Division II

Record Pts Prv

1. Ensworth (6) 12-1 120 -

2. Briarcrest (5) 15-1 117 -

3. Knoxville Webb (2) 13-4 115 -

4. Franklin Road Academy (1) 12-2 95 -

5. University-Jackson 11-3 53 -

(tie) Harpeth Hall 10-3 53 -

7. Girls Prep 9-4 47 -

8. Harding Academy 10-4 42 -

9. SBEC 11-4 26 -

10. St. George’s 10-4 23 -

Others receiving 12 or more points: Ezell-Harding 21. St. Benedict 16. Baylor 15.

———

All Associated Press members in Tennessee are eligible to participate in the high school basketball poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Chattanooga Times Free Press; The Leaf-Chronicle (Clarksville); Cleveland Daily Banner; The Daily Herald (Columbia); Cookeville Herald-Citizen; The Greeneville Sun; The Jackson Sun; Johnson City Press; The Knoxville News Sentinel; Marshall County Tribune; The Commercial Appeal (Memphis); The Daily News Journal, Murfreesboro; The Tennessean (Nashville); The Oak Ridger (Oak Ridge); Union City Daily Messenger; WCMT, Martin.

WRESTLING

Tennessee Prep Standings

The Tennessee Prep Wrestling Poll is primarily a measure of dual meet strength with consideration to individual tournament strength. Votes are cast by a state-wide panel of high school wrestling coaches and are based on a power ranking of 100 percent.

School Power Last

Ranking Week

1 Christian Brothers 100 1

2 Cleveland 88 2

3 Soddy-Daisy 87 3

4 Father Ryan 75 4

5 McCallie 54 6

6 Baylor 51 7

7 Heritage 49 9

8 Wilson Central 46 5

9 Franklin 25 8

10 Bradley Central 21 10

11 Walker Valley 14 11

12 Montgomery Bell 12 NR

Others receiveing votes: Brentwood, Brentwood Academy, Blackman, Pigeon Forge.

Tennessee Wrestling Federation

TSSAA Division 1 Dual Rankings

Current Ranking Previous



1. Soddy Daisy (11-2) 1

2. Cleveland (15-2) 2

3. Wilson Central (28-2) 3

4. Heritage (15-4) 4

5. Bradley Central (11-1) 5

6. Blackman (19-3 6

7. Pigeon Forge (15-5) 7

8. Walker Valley (17-3) 8

9. Brentwood (15-2) 10

10. Hixson (9-2) 12

11. Beech (27-6) 14

12. Franklin (14-6) 9

Note: The complete Top 25 can be found at www.tennwrestling.com.

TSSAA Division 2 Dual Rankings



1. Christian Brothers (14-1) 1

2. Father Ryan (20-2) 2

3. Baylor (5-2) 3

4. McCallie (7-3) 4

5. Montgomery Bell Academy (17-4) 6

6. St. Benedict at Auburndale (17-6) 5

7. Brentwood Academy (14-8) 7

8. Franklin Road Academy (14-6) 8

9. Briarcrest Christian School (8-1 9

10. Memphis University School (2-5) 10

TSSAA Preliminary Overall Dual Ranking

1. Christian Brothers (14-1) 1

2. Soddy Daisy (11-2) 2

3. Cleveland (15-2) 3

4. Father Ryan (20-2) 4

5. Wilson Central (28-2) 5

6. Heritage (14-4) 6

7. Baylor (5-2) 7

8. McCallie (7-3) 8

9. Bradley Central (11-1) 9

10. Blackman (19-3) 10

11. Pigeon Forge (15-5) 11

12. Walker Valley (17-3) 12

GOLF

Hyundai Tournament of Champions

Monday

At Kapalua Resort (Plantation Course)

Kapalua, Hawaii

Purse: $5.7 million

Yardage: 7,452; Par: 73

Second Round

Dustin Johnson 69-66—135 -11

Steve Stricker 71-67—138 -8

Bubba Watson 70-69—139 -7

Keegan Bradley 71-69—140 -6

Brandt Snedeker 70-70—140 -6

Tommy Gainey 72-69—141 -5

Carl Pettersson 70-72—142 -4

Nick Watney 69-73—142 -4

Scott Piercy 72-71—143 -3

Webb Simpson 72-72—144 -2

Rickie Fowler 70-74—144 -2

John Huh 73-71—144 -2

Johnson Wagner 72-72—144 -2

Matt Kuchar 74-71—145 -1

Ian Poulter 71-74—145 -1

Mark Wilson 69-76—145 -1

J.J. Henry 71-74—145 -1

Jonas Blixt 72-74—146 E

Scott Stallings 72-74—146 E

Ben Curtis 70-76—146 E

Charlie Beljan 71-75—146 E

Zach Johnson 74-72—146 E

Bill Haas 71-75—146 E

Jason Dufner 72-77—149 +3

Ryan Moore 72-77—149 +3

Hunter Mahan 72-77—149 +3

Marc Leishman 75-75—150 +4

Ted Potter, Jr. 75-75—150 +4

George McNeill 79-73—152 +6

Kyle Stanley 78-80—158 +12

LOCAL NOTES

BASEBALL

WV HITTING/PITCHING CAMP

Registration the Walker Valley Mustangs Hitting and Pitching Baseball Camp is currently under way. The camp will run on four consecutive Sundays from 2-3:30 p.m.at the Walker Valley hitting facility. For more information, contact Mike Turner at 595-2640 or Joe Shamblin at 364-6951.

U.S. BASEBALL ACADEMY

U.S. Baseball Academy will offer advanced hitting, pitching, fielding/baserunning and catching training programs and instruction at Cleveland State Community College, under the direction of CSCC head baseball coach Mike Policastro. The instruction dates are Jan. 13, 20, 27 and Feb. 3, 2013. A complete description of the program and registration forms can be obtained at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by contacting U.S. Baseball Academy at (866)622-4487.

TRYOUT TUNE-UP

The third annual Tryout Tune-Up will take place the on the final four Sundays of January again in 2013

Robbie Winters, former Bradley Central, Cleveland State, Lee University baseball player and former head coach at Lake Forest Middle School will be directing the clinic. The "tune-up" will emphasize offensive and defensive fundamentals for each camper. All young men, ages 5-15, planning on playing baseball this spring are encouraged to attend. The dates for the Tryout Tune-Up are Jan. 13, 20, and 27 and will last from 2-5 p.m. For more information, contact coach Winters at 473-9645 if you would like to register of if you have any questions.

MUSTANG BEAUTY PAGEANT

Queen of Hearts Beauty Pageant, an annual fundraiser benefitting the Walker Valley High School baseball team will be held Feb. 9 as the school’s auditorium. Event 1 will begin at 11 a.m. for divisions birth–age 5; Event 2 will start at 2 p.m. for the remaining age divisions. For entry forms go to Facebook.com: Tennesseefundraisingpagents.

SOFTBALL

LEE WINTER PROSPECT CAMP

The 2013 Lee Winter Prospect Camp will be held Feb. 9, 2013 at Butler Field on the Lee University Campus. The camp will run from 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Registration begins at 8:45 a.m. The cost for the camp is $55 for early registration of $65 on the day of the camp. The camp will feature Lee coach Emily Russell, assistant coach Jeff Martin as well as Lady Flames coaching staff and players. The camp will also feature other college coaches working as instructors with each group. The camp is for athletes in grades 8-12 as well as junior college students. Space is limited and early registration is recommended. Discounts are available to a team with more than five members ($10 reduction per camper) and for siblings ($10 per child). Only one discount per camper is allowed. For more information, contact Emily Russell (423)614-8456 or email erussell@leeuniversity.edu.

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL

American League

OAKLAND ATHLETICS-Named Craig Lefferts pitching coach, Lloyd Turner hitting coach and Toshi Nagahara trainer of Vermont (NYP) and Carlos Chavez pitching coach of the Arizona League A’s.

TAMPA BAY RAYS-Promoted Carlos Rodriguez to director, Latin American scouting; Carlos Alfonso to special assistant, international operations; Fred Repke and Jeff McAvoy to special assignment scouts; and Jake Wilson to Western regional supervisor. Named Bobby Heck special assignment scout, Chuck Ricci national crosschecker, Josh Arhart and Ronnie Merrill area supervisors, Jack Cressend amateur pitching consultant and Mike Brown and Kevin Ibach pro scouts.

TEXAS RANGERS-Agreed to terms with 1B-OF-DH Lance Berkman on a one-year contract. Designated LHP Tommy Hottovy for assignment.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Named Gary Allenson manager and Richie Hebner hitting coach of New Hampshire (EL), Bobby Meacham manager and Stubby Clapp hitting coach of Dunedin (FSL), Tim Leiper minor league senior advisor, Tim Raines minor league outfield and baserunning coordinator and Mike Barnett minor league hitting coordinator.

National League

MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Agreed to terms with LHP Mike Gonzalez on a one-year contract. Designated RHP Arcenio Leon for assignment.

NEW YORK METS-Named Randy St. Claire pitching coach of Las Vegas (PCL).

SAN DIEGO PADRES-Agreed to terms with INF Cody Ransom on a minor league contract.

American Association

AMARILLO SOX-Acquired 1B Joe Weik, OF Jason Martin, RHP Matt Larkins and RHP Tommy Hoenshell from San Angelo (United) for future considerations.

EL PASO DIABLOS-Traded RHP Drew Bailey to Southern Illinois (Frontier) for a player to be named.

WICHITA WINGNUTS-Signed INF Ryan Khoury, INF CJ Ziegler and RHP Josh Dew.

Frontier League

GATEWAY GRIZZLIES-Signed RHP Richard Barrett to a contract extension.

JOLIET SLAMMERS-Signed OF Andrew Brauer to a contract extension.

LAKE ERIE CRUSHERS-Traded RHP Jason Sullivan to Gateway for RHP Alex Kaminsky.

NORMAL CORNBELTERS-Named Chris Arago hitting coach and Vinnie Ganz assistant coach. Signed INF Romulo Ruiz.

WINDY CITY THUNDERBOLTS-Signed OF Jeff Harkensee, INF Gary Mayberry and INF Miles Walding.

Central League (Japan)

YOMIURI GIANTS-Signed INF Jose Lopez to a one-year contract.

BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association

NBA-Named Jason Cahilly exectuve vice president, strategy and chief financial officer. Suspended Boston G Rajon Rondo one gamefor making contact with a game official and failure to cooperate with a league investigation. Fined Atlanta general manager Danny Ferry $15,000 for inappropriate interaction with the game officials following a game.

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS-Recalled F Jon Leuer from Canton (NBADL).

HOUSTON ROCKETS-Signed G Patrick Beverley to a multiyear contract and assigned him to Rio Grande Valley (NBADL).

INDIANA PACERS-Signed coach Frank Vogel to a contract extension and F Dominic McGuire to a 10-day contract. Released F Sam Young.

MIAMI HEAT-Waived C Josh Harrellson.

NEW ORLEANS HORNETS-Signed G Donald Sloan to a 10-day contract.

WASHINGTON WIZARDS-Waived G Shelvin Mack.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BUFFALO BILLS-Named Doug Marrone coach.

CHICAGO BEARS-Signed QB Matt Blanchard and WR Terrence Toliver to reserve/future contracts.

DALLAS COWBOYS-Fired running backs coach Skip Peete.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-Signed OL Justin Anderson, QB Chandler Harnish, CB Marshay Green, TE Dominique Jones, LB Shawn Loiseau, RB Davin Meggett and LB Monte Simmons to reserve/future contracts.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS-Signed DT Chase Baker, RB Joe Banyard, TE LaMark Brown, DB Bobby Felder, TE Chase Ford, G Tyler Holmes, T Kevin Murphy and WR Chris Summers to reserve/future contracts.

NEW YORK JETS-Fired quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh.

Arena Football League

AFL-Assigned QB Mitch Mustain and T Andreas Vargas to San Jose on one-year contracts.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

DETROIT RED WINGS-Reassigned D Max Nicastro from Toledo (ECHL) to Grand Rapids (AHL).WASHINGTON CAPITALS-Reassigned G Philipp Grubauer and D Brett Flemming from Reading (ECHL) to Hershey (AHL).

American Hockey League

CONNECTICUT WHALE-F J.T. Miller has been returned from the U.S. National Junior team.

HAMILTON BULLDOGS-Recalled D Joe Stejskal and F Daultan Leveille from Wheeling (ECHL).

MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS-Recalleed D Anthony Bitetto and F Andre Bouvet-Morrissette from Cincinnati (ECHL).

SPRINGFIELD FALCONS-Recalled LW Wade MacLeod from Evansville (ECHL).

SOCCER

Major League Soccer

MONTREAL IMPACT-Named Marco Schallibaum coach.

COLLEGE

DELAWARE-Fired K.C. Keeler, football coach.

EASTERN MICHIGAN-Named Stan Parrish offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

ELON-Named Micah Posey volunteer assistant baseball coach.

FLORIDA-Announced LB Jelani Jenkins will enter the NFL draft.

NEVADA-Named Brian Polian football coach.

N.C. STATE-Named Bill Nayes director of football operations and Joe McKillip assistant director of football operations.

OKLAHOMA-Announced S Tony Jefferson and WR Kenny Stills will enter the NFL draft.

RICHMOND-Announced QB Michael Rocco is transferring from Virginia.

STANFORD-Announced TE Zach Ertz will enter the NFL draft.

TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE-Named Ryan Ivey athletic director.