Wayne Rooney returned from suspension Tuesday and scored on a header in the 48th minute to give England a 1-0 victory over Ukraine and a spot in the European 2012 Championship quarterfinals. England won Group D and will face Italy in Kiev, Ukraine, Sunday. France backed into the quarterfinals, losing to Sweden, 2-0, but advances thanks to England’s win. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sebastian Larrson scored for Sweden, ending France’s 23-game unbeaten streak. France will face Spain in the quarterfinals . . . Former US men’s team coach Alketas “Alkis’’ Panagoulias has died. He was 78. A native of Greece, Panagoulias led the US men from 1983-85, and also guided the 1984 Olympic team.
Hargrove: It’s not me on bounty tape
NFL Former New Orleans defensive end Anthony Hargrove said it’s not his voice saying “Give me the money’’ in a video used by the NFL as evidence in its investigation of the Saints’ bounty program. A day after Hargrove and three of his ex-teammates made appeals of their suspensions at NFL headquarters, he said, “I’ve never offered nor received money to intentionally hurt a player.’’ . . . Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was sentenced to nine months of lockdown addiction treatment in Montana, followed by time in a prerelease center after pleading guilty last month to breaking into a house and illegally possessing painkillers . . . The Titans agreed to terms on a multiyear deal with safety Michael Griffin after tagging the five-year veteran as their franchise player back in March . . . Former Detroit defensive lineman Alonzo Spellman was released from the Tulsa County Jail after pleading no contest to two felonies, eluding a police officer and assault with a dangerous weapon, and misdemeanors including obstructing an officer and public intoxication . . . Prosecutors in Texas have dropped a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib, during a March 2011 domestic dispute in a Dallas suburb.
Phillies’ Galvis suspended 50 games
Baseball Phillies rookie infielder Freddy Galvis has been suspended 50 games by Major League Baseball for using a banned substance. Galvis is on the disabled list with a back injury and will begin serving his suspension immediately. MLB said Galvis tested positive for a metabolite of Clostebol, a performance-enhancing substance . . . Angels righthander Jerome Williams is resting at a hospital after undergoing several tests. Williams was hospitalized Monday when he complained of shortness of breath after he left his start against the Giants in the fourth inning. Angels outfielder Torii Hunter said Williams “passed out’’ in the clubhouse. The team did not confirm that Williams passed out.
Karlsson, Senators agree to extension
NHL The Senators have agreed to terms with Norris Trophy finalist Erik Karlsson on a seven-year contract extension. Karlsson, 22, will reportedly earn $45.5 million over the course of the new contract. Karlsson led defenseman last season with 78 points . . . The Wild re-signed goalie Josh Harding to a three-year contract . . . Center Darren Helm agreed to an $8.5 million, four-year deal to remain with the Red Wings.
Lakers’ Sessions will test free agency
Basketball Lakers guard Ramon Sessions is declining his player option for next season to test free agency. Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said he wishes Sessions had picked up the $4.55 million option for next year, but the club will still make an effort to sign the point guard . . . In the WNBA, Kara Lawson scored 22 points to lift the host Connecticut Sun over the Indiana Fever, 88-85, in overtime . . . Cappie Pondexter had 14 points and a season-high 13 assists and Essence Carson added 14 points in the New York Liberty’s 73-60 victory over the host Atlanta Dream . . . Five Cuban players who recently arrived for an international basketball tournament in San Juan are missing, the president of the Puerto Rican Basketball Federation said.
Secretariat’s Preakness time changed
Secretariat’s winning time in the 1973 Preakness has been changed to reflect that the Triple Crown-winning colt’s time was actually faster than the stakes record. The Maryland Racing Commission voted, 7-0, to change the official time from 1:54 2/5 to 1:53. That gives Secretariat records in each of his three Triple Crown races - the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes - that still stand. The commission investigated the official timing of the Preakness at the request of Secretariat’s 90-year-old owner, Penny Chenery, and Pimlico president Tom Chuckas . . . Cassidy Krug totaled 359.40 points and leads the 3-meter springboard preliminaries at the US Olympic diving trials by 37.55 points over 2008 Olympian Christina Loukas in Federal Way, Wash. . . . Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey signed a 10-year contract through June 2022 . . . Colonial Athletic Association commissioner Tom Yeager said members leaving after the coming year will not be allowed to compete for its championships next season . . . Former Auburn football player Antonio Goodwin was sentenced to 15 years in prison for an armed home-invasion robbery that also resulted in charges against former teammates Mike McNeil, Dakota Moseley and Shaun Kitchens.