College Softball


Lady Jags swept at home by Bears

Augusta State was shut out in its doubleheader with Lenoir-Rhyne on Tuesday.

The Lady Bears (37-10) won the first game 4-0 and the second 6-0.

Starters Dawon Millwood (24-5) and Lauren Harris (7-2) limited the Lady Jaguars (28-10) to just six combined hits in the twin bill.

• In Jefferson City, Tenn., India Kornegay allowed two hits in seven shutout innings as USC Aiken beat Carson-Newman 2-0.

Shannon Traylor had an RBI for USC Aiken (21-10).

The Pacers and Eagles (23-18) were scheduled for a doubleheader, but the second game was postponed.


Horse Racing

Dogwood Stable, Eclipse to join

Aiken’s Dogwood Stable and Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners are entering into a joint venture.

According to Dogwood president Cot Campbell, the venture will enable Dogwood to offer its partners shares in Eclipse partnerships formed to campaign proven horses, permit Eclipse to train at Dogwood’s Aiken facility, streamline operating and financial duties of both outfits through one chief financial officer and give Dogwood a presence in California, where Eclipse is based.



U.S. women rout Marta-less Brazil

In Chiba, Japan, Carli Lloyd, Shannon Boxx and Amy Rodriguez scored to power the United States to a 3-0 victory over Brazil in the three-team Kirin Cup.

Lloyd picked up a loose ball from Christie Rampone’s free kick in the 18th minute and scored from close range. Boxx doubled the lead five minutes later with a header off Lauren Cheney’s free kick. Rodriguez completed the scoring in the 83rd, slotting home a loose ball from a free kick by Cheney.

Tuesday’s game started four hours earlier than scheduled because heavy rain and strong winds were forecast to hit Chiba.

Brazil was without five-time FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Marta, who was left off the squad to prepare for matches with her Swedish club Tyreso.



Camacho faces charge of abuse

Former champion boxer Hector “Macho” Camacho is facing a felony count of child abuse and turned himself in to Florida authorities this week on a warrant filed late last year.

The 49-year-old Camacho posted a $5,000 bond at the Orange County Jail in Orlando on Monday and was released. According to the arrest affidavit, Camacho surrendered on a warrant that records show was filed by the state attorney’s office in November.

Camacho’s attorney Linda George released a statement on Tuesday which said a family dispute took place at the home of Camacho’s children and that a neighbor called police because it “entailed yelling outside of the home.”

George said police arrived, did not arrest Camacho and no injuries or medical attention was required by anyone involved.



FINA, UK agency will share data

Swimming’s world governing body and Britain’s anti-doping agency have signed an agreement to share information on athlete’s blood profiles before the London Olympics.

FINA and UK Anti-Doping will use information from the biological passport program that monitors changes in an athlete’s blood profile that might indicate doping.