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lex­ing­ton, ky.» A grand jury has handed down a wan­ton mur­der in­dict­ment in the shoot­ing death of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay’s 15year-old daugh­ter.

Trin­ity Gay was shot Oct. 16 out­side a Lex­ing­ton restau­rant af­ter wit­nesses told po­lice that gun­fire was ex­changed be­tween two ve­hi­cles. Po­lice say the teen wasn’t in ei­ther car. Po­lice had ini­tially charged four peo­ple with wan­ton en­dan­ger­ment.

The Lex­ing­ton Po­lice De­part­ment said in a state­ment Fri­day that the in­dict­ment against 38-year-old Chaz­erae M. Tay­lor in­cluded mur­der and wan­ton en­dan­ger­ment charges “for his role in cre­at­ing the en­vi­ron­ment that ul­ti­mately led to the death of 15-year-old Trin­ity Gay.” Two oth­ers, La­monte Wil­liams and D’Markeo Tay­lor, were in­dicted Thurs­day on wan­ton en­dan­ger­ment counts.

The fourth per­son charged, Dvonta Mid­dle­brooks, re­mains jailed on a wan­ton en­dan­ger­ment charge.

Niers­bach loses ap­peal

B zurich» FIFA Coun­cil mem­ber Wolf­gang Niers­bach lost his ap­peal against a one-year ban from soc­cer in re­la­tion to Ger­many’s 2006 World Cup bid.

The FIFA ethics com­mit­tee found Niers­bach guilty of fail­ing to re­port find­ings about pos­si­ble un­eth­i­cal con­duct and con­flicts of in­ter­est dur­ing the bid­ding process.

Niers­bach was a vice pres­i­dent of the 2006 World Cup or­ga­niz­ing com­mit­tee, in charge of me­dia and mar­ket­ing. He is the first mem­ber of the FIFA Coun­cil, which re­placed the dis­cred­ited ex­ec­u­tive com­mit­tee in May, to be sanc­tioned by the ethics di­vi­sion.

11 U.S. play­ers to at­tend camp

B chicago» Kansas City mid­fielder Benny Feil­haber, Port­land mid­fielder Dar­ling­ton Nagbe and New Eng­land for­ward Juan Agudelo are re­turn­ing to the U.S. na­tional team for its first train­ing camp un­der coach Bruce Arena.

Arena an­nounced 11 Ma­jor League Soc­cer play­ers who will at­tend a train­ing camp that opens Jan. 11 in Car­son, Calif., ahead of a Jan. 29 ex­hi­bi­tion against Ser­bia in San Diego.

Seattle for­ward Clint Dempsey, side­lined since Aug. 21 by an ir­reg­u­lar heart­beat, is likely to at­tend camp in a lim­ited ca­pac­ity, and Arena hopes he could be in shape to play dur­ing World Cup qual­i­fiers in late March against Hon­duras and Panama.

MLB deal re­quires ear­lier times.

Ma­jor League Base­ball will re­quire teams to start games ear­lier be­gin­ning in 2018, thanks to a pro­vi­sion in the new la­bor agree­ment that goes into ef­fect when ei­ther team faces a flight longer than 2½ hours af­ter the game.

The get­away-day changes will ap­ply if a team has a game — or even an off day at home — the next day.

The new rules also will pro­hibit teams from sched­ul­ing an early-af­ter­noon game the fol­low­ing day if one of the clubs played a night game in a dif­fer­ent city the evening be­fore.

The changes were adopted af­ter the play­ers union made sched­ul­ing and start times a pri­or­ity in the la­bor talks, in an ef­fort to re­duce the wear and tear of travel and sleep de­pri­va­tion.

• A record six teams are pay­ing base­ball’s lux­ury tax this sea­son, led by the Los An­ge­les Dodgers at $31.8 mil­lion and the New York Yan­kees at $27.4 mil­lion.

Bos­ton ($4.5 mil­lion), Detroit ($4 mil­lion), San Fran­cisco ($3.4 mil­lion) and the World Se­ries cham­pion Chicago Cubs ($2.96 mil­lion) also were sent bills by the com­mis­sioner’s of­fice.

Durr helps No. 8 Louisville

B louisville, ky.» Asia Durr scored 20 points and No. 8 Louisville routed the Col­lege of Charleston 86-58.

The sopho­more guard scored 14 points in the first half for the Car­di­nals (10-2). My­isha Hines-Allen added 14 points and 12 re­bounds.

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