ORLANDO, Fla. -- Clemson recruit Kyle Parker threw a late 4-yard touchdown pass to Jamie Harper to help the Silver beat the Red 17-14 on Saturday in the Under Armour All-America High School Football Game.
Parker, from Bartram Trail in Jacksonville, was 9-of-13 for 114 yards. Harper is from Trinity Christian, also in Jacksonville.
South Carolina recruit C.C. Whitlock, from Chester, returned an interception 32 yards to give the Red team a 14-10 lead in the fourth quarter.
• Terrelle Pryor has been billed as the next Vince Young. He certainly looked the part at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl high school all-star game.
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Pryor, from Jeannette High School in Pennsylvania, scored on a 6-yard touchdown run and also threw a 25-yarder to John Goodman in leading the East squad to a 33-23 victory over the West.
He split playing time with two other quarterbacks, but ended with 155 all-purpose yards: 79 rushing and 76 passing. Pryor could have gained more yardage, but was taken out of the game so he could be announced as the Most Valuable Player to a national television audience.
Pryor, who is 6-foot-6 and 230 pounds, still has not announced a college choice for next season. He said he is considering Florida, Michigan, Penn State, Ohio State and Oregon. The national signing day is Feb. 6.
• HOLE IN ONE --Pinetuck Golf Club member Benny Capps scored his first career hole in one Saturday, knocking in his first shot on the par three fifth hole. He used a 7-iron and was witnessed by Dave Galloway, Ron Birmingham and Richard Bigham.
• PRO BASKETBALL -- Former NBA star Scottie Pippen scored nine points to help Finland league leader Torpan Pojat beat Honka 98-85 on Saturday.
Pippen also had nine rebounds.
ToPo had won 19th straight games in the Finnish league.
Pippen scored 12 points in his first game Friday, ToPo's 93-81 win over Porvoo. Pippen will play a game in Sundsvall in northern Sweden on Friday.
• PRO BASEBALL -- New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is focused on this season, not his job status.
With one year left on his contract and senior vice president Hank Steinbrenner leaning toward pursuing a trade for Minnesota ace Johan Santana, Cashman said he's not thinking about what he'll do when his deal runs out.
"Because of all the work that gets involved with doing the job, it kind of prevents me from really looking ahead past this year," he said.
New York and the Boston Red Sox talked with Minnesota during last month's winter meetings in Nashville, Tenn., about Santana, who can become a free agent after the 2008 season. The two-time Cy Young Award winner remains with the Twins and "right now, all's quiet," Cashman said.
• PRO FOOTBALL -- The front-running candidate to become the Miami Dolphins' coach was also the first to interview.
Dallas Cowboys assistant head coach Tony Sparano interviewed Saturday in Dallas with new Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland, who was hired away from the Cowboys this week. The Dolphins declined to say whether executive vice president of football operations Bill Parcells also took part.