Sports in brief
Huntington's Frye aces No. 3 at Orchard Hills
BARBOURSVILLE -- Golfer Bill Frye from Huntington made a hole-in-one Saturday at Orchard Hills Golf and Country Club.
Frye aced the No. 3 hole, a 172-yard, par-3 with a 5-hybrid club.
The witnesses were Mike Harper, Les Powers and Jeff Ferrell.
Turner bowls big series at Colonial Lanes
HUNTINGTON -- Terry Turner II bowled an 800 series Tuesday night in the TNT Tuesday Trio League at Colonial Lanes. Turner reeled off games of 289, 279 and 236 for an 804. He also shot 190 for a 994 four-game set.
Lamar Odom meets with Clippers' Rivers
LOS ANGELES -- Clippers coach Doc Rivers met with Lamar Odom, who is currently out of the NBA.
Rivers and Odom talked Friday at the team's practice facility. Odom averaged a career-low 4.0 points and 5.9 rebounds last season with the franchise. He became a free agent last summer and wasn't signed by any team.
The Clippers have 14 players on their roster, leaving them one short of the maximum of 15.
"I've always had interest in him," Rivers said Saturday night before the Clippers hosted the Nets. "But honestly, it really didn't go much further than that."
Rivers said he wanted to see how the 34-year-old forward looked because he hadn't see him since becoming Clippers coach last summer.
"He looked like his weight was way down and he was in great shape, but that doesn't mean a lot," the coach said. "But that was it for me."
Odom was arrested on a DUI charge in August and there have been reports of a tumultuous personal life in recent months. He is married to reality star Khloe Kardashian.
Heidelberg's Brooks sets rushing record
BEREA, Ohio -- Cartel Brooks of Division III Heidelberg University ran for 465 yards, setting an all-division NCAA record, in a 42-14 win over Baldwin Wallace on Saturday.
The record was held by Western Connecticut's Octavias McKoy, who piled up 455 yards rushing against Worcester State on Oct. 26.
Prior to McKoy's record-setting performance, Dante Brown of Marietta's mark of 441 yards stood since 1996.
Brooks carried the ball 38 times and scored on runs of 81, 41 and 13 yards.
Brooks set the Heidelberg single-game records for rushing yards and touchdowns last month when he ran for 337 yards and five scores. He finished the regular season with a school-record 1,704 yards rushing.
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