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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.

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.

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.

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.

High school notes
Bridgewater-Raynham running back Anthony Morrison (left), turning the corner against Brockton's Malachi Johnson in a Fall II matchup in April, will be headed to Williams next fall.

Thirteen National Football Foundation scholar-athletes recognized by Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter

Despite cancellation of fall season and Super Bowls, local high school football players were still recognized for their efforts in the pandemic-shortened Fall II season.

Online operators, such as Boston-based DraftKings, will be included in any Mass. sports betting bill.

Survival of small businesses, racially economic disparities in Mass. are key issues at sports betting hearing

Lawyers and casino heads predictably urged Massachusetts to adopt sports betting, but small businesses were also heard from.

Sports Log
A giant jersey in support of Danish player Christian Eriksen is displayed ahead of the Euro 2020 soccer championship group B match between Denmark and Belgium in Copenhagen.

Danish soccer star Christian Eriksen to be fitted with implanted heart monitoring device

Eriksen is recovering after suffering cardiac arrest during Denmark’s game against Finland at the European Championship.

NBA notebook
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo (right) drives against the Nets' Jeff Green  Thursday night.

Bucks bounce back to force Game 7 against Nets

Khris Middleton scored 38 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo added 30 and Milwaukee never trailed in a 104-89 victory.