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Roy scores 1:18 into OT, Vegas-Montreal series tied 2-2

MONTREAL — (AP) — Nicolas Roy converted his own rebound 1:18 into overtime and the Vegas Golden Knights rallied to a 2-1 win over the Montreal Canadien on Sunday nights, tying the Stanley Cup semifinal playoff series at 2-all. Robin Lehner got the start in place of Marc-Andre Fleury and...
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The Latest: Norman edges Cherry to win the 400 at trials

EUGENE, Ore. — (AP) — The Latest on U.S. track and field trials (all times PDT):. Michael Norman used a strong finish to hold off Michael Cherry and win the 400 meters. Norman finished in a time of 44.07, while Cherry ran a personal-best 44.35. Randolph Ross out of North Carolina A&T was third and earned the final U.S. spot to the Tokyo Games in the men's 400.
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Hawks head to East finals after Game 7 win in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — (AP) — Trae Young and the Hawks are taking their stunning turnaround to the Eastern Conference finals. Young made a late 3-pointer and scored 21 points to help Atlanta win for the third time in the series in Philadelphia, a 103-96 victory over the top-seeded 76ers on Sunday night in Game 7.
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The Latest: Felix takes 2nd in 400, makes 5th Olympic team

EUGENE, Ore. — (AP) — The Latest on U.S. track and field trials (all times PDT):. Allyson Felix made her fifth Olympic team when she finished second in the 400 meters. The 35-year-old Felix made up ground on the home stretch but couldn’t catch winner Quanera Hayes, who finished in a time of 49.78 seconds. Felix’s time was 50.02 Wadeline Jonathas was third in 50.03.
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Shot into canyon costs Louis Oosthuizen at US Open

SAN DIEGO — (AP) — Louis Oosthuizen spent the week before the U.S. Open moving to the horse country in North Florida, where he bought an 86-acre ranch. Once the family moves into the ranch house next spring, Oosthuizen plans to buy some horses, maybe some cattle, enjoy life among the oak trees and open fields.
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LEADING OFF: MLB begins checking pitchers for sticky stuff

A look at what's happening around the majors on Monday:. Major League Baseball begins its crackdown against pitchers using sticky substances when umpires start making regular, random mound checks. Yankees ace Gerrit Cole isn’t sure what to expect. “I think I’m in the same boat as everyone else, just waiting...
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Rays set to promote SS Wander Franco, MLB's No. 1 prospect

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — (AP) — Tampa Bay Rays infielder Wander Franco, considered the best prospect in the minors, is set to make his major league debut. The Rays say they plan to promote the 20-year-old Franco from Triple-A Durham on Tuesday. Tampa Bay is off Monday and hosts the Red Sox on Tuesday night.
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Oregon triple homicide, kidnapping suspect arrested in Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — A man suspected of killing his father and two other people in Oregon on Friday turned himself in to police in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Sunday. Police in North Bend, Oregon, where the murders took place, were notified at about 6 a.m. Sunday that Oen Evan Nicholson, 30, had turned himself in peacefully to Milwaukee police, The Oregonian reported.
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Volunteer firefighters ‘put Father’s Day plans on hold’ after crash in Duquesne

DUQUESNE, Pa. — Volunteer firefighters from several departments “put their Father’s Day plans on hold” after a crash in Duquesne on Sunday afternoon. According to Duquesne police, two vehicles collided at the intersection of Grant Avenue and state Route 837 at around 3:30 p.m. Several people were injured in the crash and were transported by ambulances to area hospitals for treatment of injuries.
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Tokyo: Olympics like no other with Olympic Village to match

TOKYO — The pandemic-delayed Tokyo Olympics will be like no other when they open on July 23. And they’ll have an idiosyncratic Olympic Village to match. This can be seen in the aptly named “Fever Clinic,” a prefabricated complex of isolation rooms inside the sprawling village on Tokyo Bay. The clinic is where PCR tests will be given to athletes or staff suspected of carrying COVID-19. This is the spot nobody will want to visit.
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Rahm birdies last 2 holes to win US Open at Torrey Pines

SAN DIEGO — (AP) — Two career-changing putts for Jon Rahm brought two trophies Sunday. He cradled his 3-month-old son, Kepa, as he walked off the 18th green at Torrey Pines on Father's Day. And then he collected the silver U.S. Open trophy after a performance filled with passion and absent of blunders that wiped out everyone else.