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SportsLog: Paula Creamer creates three-way tie at Marathon Classic

GOLF

Creamer gains tie with Walshe, Recari

Paula Creamer shot a 3-under-par 68 Friday to pull even with Alison Walshe and Beatriz Recari at 8-under 134 at the midpoint of the LPGA Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio. Recari had the day’s low round with a 65. Walshe, the first-round leader who went to Westford Academy, shot 69. Top-ranked Inbee Park, a six-time winner already this year including all three major championships, is two shots off the lead along with top amateur Lydia Ko . . . Paul Stankowski, playing in his first PGA Tour event of the year and seeking his first win since 1997, joined five players atop a crowded leaderboard midway through the second round of the weather-delayed Sanderson Farms Championship in Madison, Miss. Vaughn Taylor, Fabian Gomez, Troy Matteson, Kyle Reifers, and Stankowski are tied at 10 under in the clubhouse. First-round leader Daniel Summerhays also is at 10 under but completed only eight holes in the round . . . Oklahoma State sophomore Jordan Niebrugge and University of California junior Michael Kim each won two matches to advance to the 36-hole final in the US Amateur Public Links in Lorton, Va.

BASEBALL

Peavy to rejoin White Sox’ rotation

The White Sox activated righthander Jake Peavy (6-4, 4.30 ERA) from the disabled list and he’ll return to the rotation Saturday against the Braves. Peavy, 32, has been out since June 5 with a rib injury . . . Phillies righthanded reliever Mike Adams still feels discomfort in his pitching shoulder and might be headed for season-ending surgery. Adams has been on the disabled list since June 21 with right biceps tendinitis . . . First baseman Chris Colabello, the Framingham native and former Assumption standout, was recalled by the Twins. He was hitting .354 with 24 homers and 76 RBIs for Triple A Rochester . . . Catcher Matt Batts, who played five seasons with the Red Sox to begin his career, died Sunday at his home in Baton Rouge, La. He was 91.

NFL

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Week after arrest, Bucs unload Wright

The 49ers acquired cornerback Eric Wright in a trade with Tampa Bay that sends a conditional selection in the 2014 draft to the Buccaneers. The trade comes a week after Wright was arrested in Los Angeles on an unspecified misdemeanor charge. Last season, Wright was suspended for four games by the NFL for violating the performance-enhancing drug policy.

TENNIS

Lobsters get past Capitals in overtime

Eric Butorac and Amir Weintraub beat Ryan Sweeting and Mark Knowles in mixed doubles to give the Boston Lobsters a 19-15 overtime win over the Sacramento Capitals in Manchester in a World TeamTennis match. The Lobsters moved to 4-6 with the victory . . . Top-seeded Roger Federer struggled to a 7-6 (7-4), 3-6, 7-5 victory over Florian Mayer and a place in the semifinals of the German Tennis Championships in Hamburg. He’ll play qualifier Federico Delbonis, who upset Fernando Verdasco, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (10-8), 6-4. Fabio Fognini and Nicolas Almagro will meet in the other semifinal.

MISCELLANY

Kielczewski remains undefeated

Junior lightweight Ryan Kielczewski (17-0) of Quincy won a battle of undefeateds, knocking out Miguel Soto (11-1) in the fifth round at Rockingham Park in Salem, N.H. In the main event of the eight-fight card, junior welterweight Hank Lundy (23-3-1) held off Ajose Olusegun (31-2) for a unanimous decision . . . Justin Gatlin withstood a challenge from fellow American Dentarius Locke by running 9.94 seconds to win the 100 meters at the Herculis meeting in Monaco. In his first competition back from a hamstring injury, Gatlin also helped the US team to victory in the 400 relay . . . NASCAR suspended the use of aerial camera systems, nearly two months after a Fox Sports cable snapped and injured fans and damaged some cars at Charlotte Motor Speedway . . . The Phoenix Coyotes signed forward Brandon Yip to a two-way, one-year contract. The former Boston University standout has 29 goals and 27 assists in parts of four NHL seasons . . . The Cleveland Cavaliers finalized their deal with center Andrew Bynum, signing him to a two-year, $24 million contract. Bynum missed all of last season with knee problems . . . The Dallas Mavericks signed center Samuel Dalembert to a two-year deal worth $7.5 million . . . In the WNBA, Liz Cambage and Glory Johnson combined for 27 points and 34 rebounds, leading the Shock to a 64-58 win over the Connecticut Sun in Tulsa, Okla. Elsewhere, the Indiana Fever posted a 77-70 home win over the Washington Mystics, and the Minnesota Lynx routed the host San Antonio Silver Stars, 87-71, for their fifth straight win.

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