Hate builds up between Blues, Bruins in Stanley Cup Final

[ad_1] BOSTON (AP) — There was blood in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final. And a possible head injury. And plenty of fresh bumps and bruises. The best-of-seven series between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues has turned decidedly nasty. Connor Clifton bloodied the Blues’ Tyler Bozak with a high stick, Oskar Sundqvist knocked the Bruins’ Matt Grzelcyk out of the game by ramming him into the glass
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Sons of LeBron, Wade teaming up in HS

[ad_1] LeBron James' sons will attend Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, California, in the fall, a source with knowledge of the situation told ESPN.Bronny James, 14, and Bryce James, 11, are moving from the Crossroads School in Santa Monica to Sierra Canyon, which enrolls students from preschool to 12th grade. A source said the James' family decision was motivated by basketball.The Los Angeles Daily News reported that Bronny James is

Todd Mitchell, Scott Harvey win US Amateur 4-Ball

[ad_1] BANDON, Ore. (AP) — Todd Mitchell and Scott Harvey won the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship on Wednesday, beating Logan Shuping and Blake Taylor 2 and 1 on Bandon Dunes Golf Resort’s Old Macdonald Course. Mitchell, from Bloomington, Illinois, and Harvey, from Kernersville, North Carolina, are both 40. Shuping is from Salisbury, North Carolina, and Taylor from Wilmington, North Carolina, are teammates at East Carolina. In the morning semifinals, Mitchell
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Ravens owner — QB Jackson will run less in 2019

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said Wednesday night that the vision of the organization is to build the team around Lamar Jackson and to decrease the rushing attempts for its young franchise quarterback.In an hourlong conference call with season-ticket holders, Bisciotti was asked several questions about Jackson, including any concern over increased risk of injury. Last season, Jackson set the NFL record for quarterbacks by
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Child struck by line drive at Cubs-Astros game

[ad_1] HOUSTON -- A young fan at Wednesday night's game between the Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros was struck by a foul ball hit by Albert Almora Jr., shaking up the Cubs center fielder.Almora hit a fourth-inning line drive into the stands down the third-base line, where it hit a young girl. He immediately put his hands on his head and took a couple of steps toward the stands. He