Brooke’s Camden Bates, a member of the OVAC Class 5A first team for football, was incorrectly listed as Camden Betts in Sunday’s edition.
CCHS boys fall hard
SALINEVILLE — Southern Local surged past Catholic Central, 66-37, on Tuesday.
Cam Grodhaus had 24 points and five steals with three assists. Jayce Sloan had 10 points, eight assists and three steals. Tanner Patterson had 13 points, five rebounds and two blocks.
Southern (4-0) hosts United on Friday.
Southern won the jayvee portion, 39-27. Brady Ketchum had 13 points for the winners.
Southern 66, Catholic Central 37
Catholic Central 13-6-7-11 — 37
Southern Local 15-24-18-9 — 66
CATHOLIC CENTRAL: Luca Connor 6-1-16, Anthony LeFever 1-0-2, Ryan Anderson 1-0-2, Isaac Hough 2-1-5, Charles Miller 1-0-2, Chole Maragos 1-0-2, Andrew Dorsey 1-4-6, Vince Carapellotti 0-2-2. TOTALS: 13, 11-8: 37.
SOUTHERN: Brock Smalley 2-0-6, Cam Grodhaus 10-2-24, Bradly Sloan 4-0-8. Brady Ketchum 1-0-2, Mark Soukup 1-1-3, Jayce Sloan 4-2-10, Tanner Patterson 6-1-13. TOTALS: 28, 6-7: 66.
3-POINT GOALS: Catholic Central 3 (Connor), Southern 4 (Smalley 2, Grodhaus 2).
Canadiens end Jarry’s streak
PITTSBURGH — Tomas Tatar’s 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry’s franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.
Jarry’s shutout run ended at 177:15 on Tatar’s power-play goal 12:24 into the second period that tied the game. Joel Armia beat Jarry less than four minutes later to put the Canadiens in front to stay and Shea Weber’s pretty wrap-around with just 15 seconds left in the period gave Carey Price more than enough breathing room as Montreal won for just the fourth time in its last 12 meetings with the Penguins.
Price surrendered Jake Guentzel’s 17th goal just 2:59 into the first period but quickly settled down to outduel the red-hot Jarry. Price finished with 33 saves as Montreal won for the third time in four games following an eight-game winless streak.
AP source: Yanks land ace Cole
SAN DIEGO — The New York Yankees landed the biggest prize of the free agent market, adding Gerrit Cole to their rotation with a record $324 million, nine-year contract on Tuesday night, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the agreement had not been announced.
Cole’s deal established marks for pitchers in total dollars, topping the $245 million, seven-year contract Stephen Strasburg finalized a day earlier to remain with the World Series champion Washington Nationals.
Its $36 million average is a record for any player, beating the $35.5 million in outfielder Mike Trout’s $426.5 million, 12-year deal with the Los Angeles Angels that started last season.
From staff and wire reports