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Brooks Koepka shot his sixth consecutive round in the 60s at the US Open.

Russell Henley leads fog-delayed US Open, but Brooks Koepka is the big story, again

Koepka shot 69 and once again appears to be a major factor at the US Open. 1 hour ago

Brayden Point (21) beat Semyon Varlamov in the second period of Game 3.

Brayden Point scores again, Lightning beat Islanders in Game 3

The Lightning took a 2-1 lead in the series, improving to 6-1 on the road in the playoffs. 1 hour ago

Francesco Molinari (above) opened with a 68 and his brother, Edoardo, shot 70.

Separated by pandemic, Molinari brothers unite at US Open

It's been 18 months since they have seen other. 1 hour ago

Div. 2 South track and field championships

Southeastern’s James Cordon strong arms his way to Div. 2 South javelin title

Cordon edged Apponequet sophomore Jackson Gagnier, 153.11 to 153.03, to earn his third of three bids to the All-State meet next week.

Phil Mickelson shot 75 in the first round of the US Open.

Phil Mickelson can’t answer the call — literally — in the first round of the US Open

A phone went off as Mickselon was preparing to play a shot, and that wasn't the only problem he had at Torrey Pines.

Thursday's schools roundup
Jonathan Lee (left), hoisting the hardware for his teammates, was named MVP of the City League championship.

Jonathan Lee helps Latin Academy capture the City League boys’ volleyball title over O’Bryant

The Dragons (9-8, 5-0 BCL) capped off an undefeated run in the league with their third win of the season over O'Bryant (9-6, 2-3). Lee, BLA's senior right side, led the way with 10 kills, four aces, and 17 digs in his final game.

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Chauncey Billups learn to teach the game from Larry Brown and Tyronne Lue.

Chauncey Billups is getting high praise, and the Celtics need to hustle if they want him as head coach

Coaching jobs have opened up in Washington, Orlando, New Orleans, Portland, Indiana and most recently Dallas.

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Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, center, hands the ball to manager Alex Cora, left, while being taken out of a baseball game during the seventh inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park, Monday in Boston.

The good and ugly of Red Sox revealed during 17-game stretch

The Sox entered Thursday just one game back of the Rays in the American League East. Here’s a recap of the 17-game stretch and what’s at play heading into the Sox’ series with the Royals.