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Friday's Games MLB American League Chicago White Sox 11 Toronto 4 Detroit 13 Tampa Bay 4 Texas 10 Seattle 4 Boston 2 Houston 1 Cleveland 8 Minnesota 1 Oakland 7 N.Y. Yankees 6 Kansas City 3 L.A.

Canadian women's squad runs in seven tries to beat Australia 45-5

ROTORUA, New Zealand — Canada's women's rugby team ran in seven tries en route to a 45-5 victory over Australia on Friday in their final game of the International Women's Rugby Series.
Dakota Prukop leads winning drive, Argos beat Ticats 23-16 in CFL pre-season

Dakota Prukop leads winning drive, Argos beat Ticats 23-16 in CFL pre-season

Hamilton's starting quarterback Zach Collaros is eager to start the regular season healthy. Collaros got the start on Friday as his Tiger-Cats fell 23-16 in pre-season action against the Toronto Argonauts at Tim Hortons Field.
Starting pitcher Joe Biagini struggles in Blue Jays' 11-4 loss to White Sox

Starting pitcher Joe Biagini struggles in Blue Jays' 11-4 loss to White Sox

TORONTO — Normally Joe Biagini is the comedian of the Blue Jays clubhouse.
The top 3 miss US Open cut, leaving 4-way tie for the lead

The top 3 miss US Open cut, leaving 4-way tie for the lead

ERIN, Wis. — An 11-year-old golf course shaped from Wisconsin pastureland was sure to bring something different to the U.S. Open. This might have been more than anyone was expecting.
Sports hernias putting strain on hockey players of all ages

Sports hernias putting strain on hockey players of all ages

Months removed from sports hernia and hip surgeries, Claude Giroux still didn't feel like himself. The Philadelphia Flyers' captain finally got back to normal by the end of the season, roughly nine months after going under the knife.

Canada beats Belgium in FIVB World League Group 1 play

ANTWERP, Belgium — Stephen Maar produced 24 points and 19 spikes as Canada held on to beat Belgium in five sets on Friday in FIVB World League Group 1 play. Canada came out on top 25-23, 25-13, 24-26, 22-25, 15-10.

Canada's Brooke Henderson stumbles late, keeps two-shot lead at Meijer LPGA

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Brooke Henderson bogeyed the final two holes for a 4-under 67, leaving the 19-year-old Canadian with a two-stroke lead Friday in the Meijer LPGA Classic. Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., had seven birdies — four in a row on Nos.

Taryn Todd leads balanced offence as Canada beats Venezuela at U16 Americas

FORMOSA, Argentina — Taryn Todd led a balanced attack as Canada advanced to the semifinals at the 2017 FIBA Americas under-16 championship with an 80-43 win over Venezuela on Friday. Todd, from Vaughan, Ont.
King compliments Northwestern grads for accepting diversity

King compliments Northwestern grads for accepting diversity

CHICAGO — Baby boomer and tennis great Billie Jean King had some good things to say about millennials in a speech to Northwestern University graduates.