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Lowry out, but Raptors roll to franchise scoring record in rout of Kings
Pascal Siakam had 17 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds, Toronto made 20 3-pointers and the Raptors set a franchise record for scoring while winning for the second time this season, 144-123 over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night.
Stanford's Tara VanDerveer passes Pat Summitt as winningest coach in women's college basketball
Tara VanDerveer became the winningest women's college basketball coach Tuesday night, passing the late Pat Summitt with her 1,099th victory as No. 1 Stanford romped to a 104-61 victory over Pacific.
47-year-old Stewart Cink rallies to win Safeway Open
Stewart Cink's long wait is finally over. He doesn't have to worry about being cast as a villain, either, as was the case when Cink outlasted fan favourite Tom Watson to win the 2009 British Open.
Powell, Lowry lift Raptors over Kings for 3rd straight victory
Pascal Siakam scored 11 of his 23 points in the final 2 1/2 minutes, Toronto got a big fourth quarter from Kyle Lowry and the Raptors held on to beat the Sacramento Kings 118-113 on Sunday night.
New measures introduced by commissioner Gary Bettman to combat abuse in NHL
Gary Bettman addressed a potential new code-of-conduct policy for the league on Monday. At the NHL Board of Governors meeting in Pebble Beach, Calif., he spoke publicly for the first time since various allegations surfaced against coaches.
Cameron Champ beats Canada's Adam Hadwin by 1 stroke to win Safeway Open
Cameron Champ made a 3-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole for a one-stroke victory over Adam Hadwin on Sunday in the Safeway Open, finishing off an emotional week with his grandfather battling cancer.
Matt Shoemaker tears ACL, ending Blue Jays hurler's season
Matt Shoemaker had to choke back tears after tests revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee Sunday, cutting short yet another promising season for Toronto's oft-injured right-hander.
Blue Jays lose another starter, win another game against A's
Justin Smoak got thrown out on a wild sequence that began with another sensational play by Oakland centre fielder Ramon Laureano, but wound up with four hits as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Athletics 5-4 Sunday for a three-game sweep.