Reavie, Schwartzel, Munoz lead St. Jude
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.