Sports at a glance
Duo post 2-0 mark at HCC
HUNTINGDON — The team of Phil Thompson-Jim Lakso are 2-0 after two weeks of action in the Big Orange Golf League at the Huntingdon Country Club.
The teams of Larry Newton and Gerald Huggler, along with Bob Lamey and Rick Bayer, are both 1-1. Ed Gargula and Bill Frazier are 0-2.
Thompson was the low gross winner at 34, while Newton was the low net winner at 38. The shot of the day was turned in by Thompson, who got an eagle on No. 10.
Alan Herbster subbed for Frazier on the day.
Lincoln race back on track
ABBOTTSTOWN — The Lincoln Speedway reopened earlier this week as Brian Montieth started on the pole of the 35-lap feature with Ryan Smith lined up on the outside of the front row.
When the green flag dropped Montieth took the lead with Tim Shaffer charging to second from his third-place starting spot. Smith settled into third with Steve Buckwalter challenging him for the spot.
Chad Trout was working hard to hold off T.J. Stutts as he challenged him for his fifth-place position. Shaffer was not letting Montieth out of his sight and challenged him for the lead in turns 1 and 2 but Montieth gained back his advantage on the back stretch en route to a victory.
Buckwalter was second, followed by Lance Dewease, Stutts and Anthony Macri, who had started in the 14th spot.
Elsewhere in sports:
n Arizona State men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley sent an email to Ray Anderson last season alleging the Arizona State athletic director minimized sexual harassment allegations by the wives of three athletic staff members against a school booster. In the email obtained by Yahoo Sports, Hurley accused Anderson on Dec. 8 of disregarding the safety of and showing no sensitivity toward the women. Hurley also accused Anderson of coming up with a numeric scale to judge the harassment claims by the women, including Hurley’s wife, Leslie.
From Mirror, wire reports