Another bad Monday
[Times photo: Fraser Hale]
The former Westin Innisbrook Resort pro, without a senior tour card, misses qualifying for his 3rd straight tournament.
Stop dragging feet on driver safety
You're blistering in 190-mile-an-hour circles. Ovals, really. Drafting. Scrimmaging for position. Heart hammering. There are radio communications with pit allies. Trying to plan the next 10, 20 or 50 laps.
Rays: Toe Nash cleared to report
Heralded prospect Greg "Toe" Nash is able to report to minor-league spring training next month with no restrictions from his prior legal problems, Rays scouting director Dan Jennings said.
Dungy sets to asserting command
Hires attest to goal to get coaches on one page, keep Bucs on same path.
A vintage Barnaby moment vs. Boston sets a Lightning example.
Cloutier always took high road
No matter what you think of Dan Cloutier as a goaltender, give him his due as a team player.
Around the NHL
OTTAWA -- Alexei Yashin scored two of Ottawa's three power-play goals Monday night as the Senators beat the New York Islanders 3-1 to end a five-game winless streak.
NASCAR fines 18 teams
DAYTONA BEACH -- Trying to send a message that cheating will not go unpunished, NASCAR fined 18 Winston Cup teams a total of $40,500 and suspended two crew chiefs for four races.
Career up in smoke
Geoffrey Bodine is lucky to be alive, and he knows it, but it doesn't stop him from wanting to race again.
Waldon returns for USF
Greenberg reinstates his standout forward after a 4-game punishment.
Thumb injury puts Wright out for Gators
GAINESVILLE -- Florida forward Brent Wright is scheduled to have surgery on his right thumb today and will miss tonight's game at LSU.
College basketball briefs
Baylor stuns No. 6 KU
Around college sports
MADISON, Wis. -- Michael Bennett, one of the nation's best running backs last season, was arrested at his apartment building Monday after kicking in a woman's door, police said.
Around the NFL
Mark Chmura's agent says his client is a low risk for any team willing to give the former Packers tight end a chance.
Live shrimp is still king when it comes to catching reds and snook. Killer bait such as scaled sardines and whities are hard to come by.
Tyson, Lewis may fight
Hawk plays for more than strikeouts
Armwood star pitcher Mike Pete is inspired by the memory of his mother, who died last year from cancer.
For the fans
ADMISSION: Most schools charge $3 for regular-season games, $4 for district tournament games and $5 for regional play. State finals are $6.
Boys basketball district tournament previews
CLASS 6A, DISTRICT 7
Todays regional soccer schedule
Regional soccer semifinals
Green Devils hire new coach
Todd St. Louis helped build the football programs at St. Petersburg Catholic and Indian Rocks Christian, taking fledgling teams to the state playoffs.