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Sports Digest: Sea Dogs lose regular season finale in Somerset


Jason Dominguez broke the 2-2 tie with a first-ever Double-A home run, and the Somerset Patriots entered the Eastern League regular season with a 6-3 win over the Portland Sea Dogs in Bridgewater, N.J. on Sunday. After finishing, he hit 4 home runs.

David Hamilton hit a two-run single and Hudson Potts scored a solo home run for the Sea Dogs.

The same two teams will face off in a best-of-three Northeast Division Final that begins at Hadlock Field on Tuesday. Games 2 and 3 will be held in Somerset if desired.


Women’s soccer: In a 0-0 draw with New Jersey Tech (2-3-5, 0-0-1), Kira Kuzinski needs one save in the main (4-1-2, 0-0-1 USA East). was. in Orono.

NJIT’s Molly Thaler made six saves.

Field hockey: Trinity (5-0) beat the University of New England (2-5) 2-1 in Bidford with goals from Janis Demarest and Kaylin Flaherty in the first half.

UNE’s Kate Lindmark scored without an assist.

Lillian Kistner scored twice for Waterville to lead Colby (2-2) to a 5-3 win over Hasson (2-2).

Jackie Hill, Elisabeth Takoudes and Molly Mitchell each added a goal.

Maddie Perkins, Alison Drew and Katie Perkins scored for Hasson.

football: Washington debuted the season at 18th in the Associated Press poll, while Penn State and Oregon moved into the top 15 after all three won decisive nonconference wins.

No. 1 Georgia received an additional 6 first place votes. The Bulldogs have her 1st place vote with 59 maximum votes and she has 1,569 points.

Alabama, in second place, received three votes, and Ohio, in third place, received one vote.

• Arizona State University fired football coach Herm Edwards in his fifth season after he was homeless in eastern Michigan and an ongoing NCAA investigation into illegal recruiting practices.

Edwards is 46-26 at Arizona State and is 1-2 this season.


PGA: Max Houma birdies from about 33 feet on the closing hole and Danny Willett hits a stunning three-putt from the inside 4 feet to give Homa his second consecutive title at the Fortinet Championship in Napa, CA. brought

Houma finished with a 4-under 66, and a total of 16-under 272 strokes. Willett hit 69.

LPGA: Andrea Lee recovered from two early bogeys to make five birdies on the back nine and finish with a 6-under 66 to win her first LPGA Tour title at the AmazingCre Portland Classic in Oregon.

Lee took the lead on the 16th hole with an 18-foot birdie putt before hitting a nice bunker shot from the left of the 17th green to save par and keep the lead by two. She ended up one stroke ahead of Daniela Dalquea, who also hit 66.

Champions Tour: Steve Stricker finished 6-under 64 and birdied Robert Carlson on the 1st hole of the playoffs at the Sanford International in Sioux Falls, South Dakota to win his second consecutive title.

Both players finished at 14-under 196.

European Tour: Scotland’s Bob McIntyre defeated US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick on the first hole of the playoffs to win the Italian Open at the Marco Simone Course outside Rome, where the Ryder Cup will be held next year.

It was only the second victory of the 26-year-old McIntyre’s career. He shot a 7-under 64 with a 14-under 270 to match Fitzpatrick (67).


US men: Defenders Cameron Carter-Vickers and Chris Richards will miss the USA’s final two World Cup warm-ups due to injuries.

Mark Mackenzie and Eric Palmer-Brown will be replaced by Mark Mackenzie and Eric Palmer-Brown, who will join Walker Zimmerman and Aaron Long at the Japan exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany on Friday and Murcia, Spain four days later. He became a center defender in the upcoming exhibition against Saudi Arabia.

England: Arsenal beat Brentford 3-0 to reclaim top spot in the Premier League. This is him 7 games and he won 6.

Arsenal’s Ethan Nuwaneri became the youngest player to appear in a Premier League match, coming on in the final minutes. Nuwaneri said he was 15 and he was 181 days old and he was 16 and he was 30 days when he came off the Fulham bench at Wolverhampton in May 2019 Harvey he was held by Elliott I broke the record.

Germany: American forward Jordan Pefok scored again to put Union Berlin back on top of the Bundesliga as they beat Wolfsburg 2-0.

• Borussia Dortmund captain Marco Reus’ injury is not as bad as initially feared and he should be able to play for Germany at the World Cup.

Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehr said Reus “will be out for three to four weeks and then hopefully he can play for us again.”

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