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Hertha Berlin nodded to social struggles in the United States by kneeling before its Bundesliga home game on Saturday.
Haverhill’s Alli Lahiff earned North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week honors after logging 31 kills in three matches for Colby-Sawyer volleyball.
WORLD CUP SOCCER
The need for change was evident in the US’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
A US-free World Cup is full of interesting storylines.
The Americans, needing only a tie, lost to Trinidad and Tobago in a nightmare finish for US soccer.
World Cup qualifying
The United States would secure its eighth straight World Cup berth with a win and almost certainly with a tie.
WORLD CUP SOCCER
They’ll still need at least a point Tuesday to book their ticket to the World Cup for the eighth straight time.
UNITED STATES 4, PANAMA 0
Americans move two points ahead of Panama into third place — the last automatic berth — in the North and Central American and Caribbean region.
Stoughton’s Malachi Baugh set career highs in rushes and yardage in Stonehill College’s 45-21 win over Merrimack.
Lawrence’s Amari King led Worcester State volleyball to a 3-0 week.
Panthers QB, facing a mounting backlash, called sexist remark he made to female beat reporter “degrading and disrespectful to women.”
The Americans could miss the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
Revolution 0, Atlanta united 0
New England’s slim playoff chances were reduced.
The reigning NBA MVP will get $205 million over five years to remain in Oklahoma City.
ATLANTA AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
The team that trounced them, 7-0, Sept. 13 comes to Foxborough Saturday night.
Chelsea’s Denis Martinez is junior captain of a UMass Boston soccer squad looking for a third straight Little East Conference tournament championship.
Orlando City 6, Revolution 1
Shorthanded New England (red card) lost its eighth straight away from home.
REVOLUTION AT ORLANDO | WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
New England is coming off a solid win vs. Toronto, while Orlando is 1-7-3 in its last 11 games.
REVOLUTION 2, TORONTO FC 1
Kei Kamara converted the winning goal as New England moved within 4 points of sixth place in the Eastern Conference.
TORONTO AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 5 P.M. (CSN)
The interim head coach faces a stern test in his first game, as Toronto comes to town
Bridgewater’s George Lampros, a punter and kicker for Massachusetts Maritime, was named the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference’s Special Teams Player of the Week.
Andover’s Tori Roche scored two game-winners for sixth-ranked Babson field hockey within days.
Southborough’s Jacob Maddox made his first collegiate soccer goal for Franklin Pierce a big one.
US 5, New Zealand 0
The US women’s soccer team concluded a two-game series with a 5-0 victory Tuesday night.
General manager Mike Burns had praise for Heaps even as he made the coaching change.
The Revolution, battling for a playoff spot, suffered a 7-0 loss last week in Atlanta.
The project came together after Orioles player Adam Jones said fans shouted racial slurs at him at Fenway Park.
Major League Soccer
Diego Rubio scored twice in Sporting Kansas City’s 3-1 victory on Saturday night.
REVOLUTION AT KANSAS CITY | SATURDAY, 8:30 P.M. (CSN)
Coming off Wednesday’s 7-0 loss, they head to Kansas City to face a team that is unbeaten at home.
Swampscott’s Samantha Rizzo is something of an accidental soccer keeper, but she had solid plans after Colby College.
Adam Kaba’s first collegiate soccer goal for Northeastern propelled the team to its first win of the year.
Intense work and club play transformed Lincoln-Sudbury product Hannah Rosenblatt into a scoring machine for Northeastern.
West Bridgewater’s Kelly Couite scored three goals in East Nazarene’s 5-1 soccer win over Mass Maritime Sept. 6.
Two players were red-carded after video reviews, and it was all downhill after that in a 7-0 spanking.
ATLANTA UNITED 7, REVOLUTION 0
The undermanned Revolution remained winless on the road in 2017.
REVOLUTION AT ATLANTA | WEDNESDAY, 7 P.M. (CSN)
They have their first meeting with the expansion Atlanta team, a game with playoff implications.
Revolution 1, Impact 0
Lee Nguyen’s goal gave New England its fifth straight win at home.
IMPACT AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M. (CSN)
Montreal is in town Saturday, trying to penetrate a New England defense that has been staunch in Foxborough.
Soccer forward Hayley Dowd of Peabody has signed with the Boston Breakers of the National Women’s Soccer League.
UNITED STATES 1, HONDURAS 1
Bobby Wood, a 73rd-minute substitute, scored for the Americans in the 85th minute.
REVOLUTION 4, ORLANDO CITY SC 0
Kei Kamara scored three goals to lead the way for New England.
COSTA RICA 2, US 0
Lackluster outing in shutout loss will hurt bid to qualify for eighth straight World Cup.
The figure skating star from Newton did not elaborate on the professional help she will seek.
ORLANDO CITY AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7 P.M. (CSN)
The game is a makeup of the Revolution’s home opener that was postponed in March.
Junior striker Andrew Allen and his father, Greg, have starred for the Brandeis University men’s soccer team.
The two players will be with their national teams and will miss the game against Orlando City.