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DENVER -- A school bus carrying high school football players veered off a roadway and slammed into a concrete pillar at Denver International Airport, killing the driver and injuring 18 passengers, some seriously, officials said.The bus had just picked up arriving members of the Legacy High School football squad Sunday afternoon and was circling back to the airport when it crashed. Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman told the Denver Post that the bus carried 28 students and four adults.The female driver died at the scene, police spokesman John White said. Ten people were hospitalized and eight others were treated and released, officials said. The Post reported that the injured were 15 students and three coaches from the suburban Denver school.Officials at Denver Health told KUSA-TV that they had five patients: two in critical condition, two in serious condition and one in fair condition. The Post reported that five patients in fair condition were treated at Childrens Hospital Colorado.Police have not released any information on the cause of the crash, which occurred at 4:08 p.m., and White said they dont know why the driver was returning to the airport after picking up the team.The drivers name and age have not been released.Uninjured students gathered with parents inside the airport, the Post reported. Police interviewed the football players about the crash.Legacy High School is in Broomfield, Colorado, and is part of Adams 12 Five Star Schools. The Post reports that the football team from Legacy played Chino High School on Friday night in California.School officials told the newspaper that some of this weeks homecoming events were being postponed, including a powder puff football game that was planned for Monday evening. 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"Were just throwing s--- at the wall hoping something sticks," said Tortorella about the possible line combinations for Fridays game against Columbus. The Canucks have lost five straight games and six of their last seven, leaving them in a logjam in the Pacific Division, currently sitting fifth - good for ninth in the Western Conference.ARLINGTON, Texas -- Justin Verlander flopped in his Texas showdown with Yu Darvish. The Japanese star was about to do the same until he settled down after the pitching duel fizzled. Geovany Soto ended Verlanders night with a three-run homer that capped a seven-run third, and Darvish needed a career-high 130 pitches to get through eight innings in the Texas Rangers 10-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Thursday. Darvish gave up a home run to Jhonny Peralta, the first batter he faced after the Texas outburst that sent a shell-shocked Verlander to the Detroit dugout in his shortest outing in nearly three years. The drive made it three straight games with two homers allowed for Darvish, and pulled Detroit to 8-4. Then the right-hander retired 15 of the final 16 Tigers he faced, including 10 straight. "The thing about Yu Darvish, he bends but he never breaks," Rangers manager Ron Washington said. "Thats a tremendous lineup he went through. After that third inning, he settled in and found something that was working and he continued to pitch." Sotos drive just over the wall in left field came after Verlander walked in two runs -- he had three previous bases-loaded walks in his career. Mitch Morelands two-out double broke a 3-all tie before Sotos drive put Texas ahead 8-3. "It wasnt much of a night to begin with but Id definitely say the whole game kind of carry-over from my last start," said Verlander, who was coming off his worst outing of the year in a loss to Cleveland. "Im not somebody who is going to go home and pout about this, Im somebody who is going to figure it out and figure it out in a hurry." Darvish (7-1) won his fifth straight decision despite allowing two home runs for the third start in a row. Baseballs strikeout leader matched his season low with six strikeouts, and didnt get the last one until Washington decided to bring him back out for the eighth even though hed already thrown 115 pitches. "Wash asked me if I could go longer and he seemed like he wanted to go a little bit longer," Darvish said. "And I felt really good so I wanted to go. The bullpen guys were pretty used up in that last series so I wanted to go." Verlander (4-4) gave up six hits with two walks and three strikeouts in 2 2-3 innings, his shortest outing since going two innings in a 14-6 loss to the New York Mets on June 22, 2010. The 2011 AL MVP and Cy Young winner had allowed just four earned runs in four previous starts at Rangers Ballpark. It was actually the second time in Verlanders last 16 starts dating to last season that hes allowed eight runs, his career high. He did it in a 9-8 loss to Kansas City last August. "It was one of those where I think everybody in the world was lookinng for the matchup and it didnt turn out too good," Detroit manager Jim Leyland said.dddddddddddd "Those two guys out there and there were 12 runs scored -- I dont think anybody expected that. We probably let down the audience a little bit." Two nights after hitting two home runs in Oakland, Moreland had two doubles and three RBIs and pushed his batting average to .296 less than a month after he was hitting .157. Darvish ran into trouble first when five of the first six Detroit hitters in the third inning reached, starting with Don Kellys first home run of the season into the lower porch in right field. Torii Hunter and Victor Martinez had sacrifice flies to put the Tigers ahead 3-1. Verlander, the ALs strikeout leader the past two years, gave up consecutive singles to start the first and third innings. The Rangers scored just once in the first, but the right-hander couldnt survive the third once his control escaped him. After Verlander hit Ian Kinsler with a curveball to loaded the bases, Elvis Andrus walked to score a run before Lance Berkman struck out on check swing on a pitch so high it bounced off the bricks behind home plate and came straight back to the catcher Kelly. Adrian Beltre walked to tie the score, and the hits from Moreland and Soto came after one of three strikeouts by Nelson Cruz, who hit his 11th homer. Between them, Verlander and Darvish threw 74 pitches in the third inning and allowed 12 base runners and 10 runs. It wasnt quite the duel fans expected in Arlingtons most anticipated pitching matchup since Nolan Ryan beat Roger Clemens 2-1 in 1989. "They both had a bad third inning," Leyland said. "Justin was just quite worse than his but his wasnt too good either. We really grinded out our at-bats and they did, too. Thats one thing this club does and thats one thing we do, too." NOTES: The Rangers landed in Texas about 1:30 a.m. Thursday, following an afternoon game in Oakland after their charter flight was diverted to Albuquerque, N.M., because of severe storms in the Dallas area. At least six people died after tornadoes struck Granbury, about 50 miles southwest of Arlington. ... The Tigers sent RHP Al Alburquerque to Triple-A Toledo to work out issues with his control. He has 26 strikeouts in 14 1-3 innings, but has walked 13 and thrown six wild pitches. RHP Evan Reed was called up and made his major league debut in the sixth. ... Rangers C A.J. Pierzynski (strained oblique) took batting practice Thursday and could go on a short rehab assignment starting Sunday. Hes eligible to come off the disabled list Tuesday. ... Kinsler tied the Rangers record held by Rafael Palmeiro with his 54th hit by pitch when Verlander plunked him on the shoulder with a curveball. ' ' '


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