Reavie, Schwartzel, Munoz lead St. Jude

Los Angeles Times - - SPORTS -

Chez Reavie shot a five-un­der 65 to move to nine-un­der 131 and share the lead with Charl Schwartzel and Se­bas­tian Munoz af­ter two rounds at the St. Jude Clas­sic in Mem­phis, Tenn. Schwartzel had a 66 and Munoz fin­ished the round with a 67.

Ste­wart Cink, who had held a share of the first-round lead with Munoz, was one stroke back af­ter a 68.

Alena Sharp shot her sec­ond 66 to move into a share of the lead at 12un­der 132 af­ter the sec­ond round of the Man­ulife LPGA Clas­sic in Cam­bridge, Canada.

Sharp, from nearby Hamilton, was tied with Amer­i­can Lexi Thomp­son (65) and South Korea’s Hyo Joo Kim (68). Per­rine Dela­cour (62) of France and Amer­i­can Lindy Dun­can (65) were one shot back.

Bern­hard Langer, seek­ing to be­come the first in seven years to win three straight PGA Tour Cham­pi­ons events, has a share of the lead af­ter the first round of the Prin­ci­pal Char­ity Clas­sic in Des Moines. Langer, Kevin Suther­land and Glen Day each shot a six-un­der 66.

Chile’s Felipe Aguilar shot twounder 70 to re­tain a two-stroke lead at nine-un­der 135 af­ter the sec­ond round of the Ly­oness Open in Atzen­brugg, Aus­tria.

The Rams signed their top three draft picks — tight end Ger­ald Everett, re­ceiver Cooper Kupp and safety John John­son — the team said. Terms were not dis­closed. — Gary Klein

The In­ter­na­tional Olympic Committee added three-on-three bas­ket­ball to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in an ef­fort to give the games a more youth­ful and ur­ban ap­peal. BMX Freestyle cy­cling will join the Olympics for the first time among a net in­crease of 15 gold medals for a 321-event pro­gram. How­ever, the IOC cut 285 ath­lete places from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, with track and field los­ing 105 spots.

Artemis Rac­ing of Swe­den clinched a spot in the Amer­ica’s Cup chal­lenger fi­nals by beat­ing Soft­Bank Team Ja­pan for the fourth straight race. The Swedish team will face Emi­rates Team New Zealand in the best-of-nine chal­lenger fi­nals.

Santa Anita is can­cel­ing two days of rac­ing over the next two weeks be­cause of a short­age of en­tries. Track of­fi­cials said a pair of three-day weeks, start­ing June 16 and June 23, will be run ahead of a five-day clos­ing week that starts June 30. It’s the third time the track has can­celed rac­ing since the spring-summer meet be­gan.

Santa Anita is adding ex­tra races this week­end to make up for can­cel­ing Thurs­day’s card.

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