Terps rout High Point in home opener

The Washington Post Sunday - - WASHINGTONPOST.COM/SPORTS -

Sopho­more Austin Hen­ningsen won 13 of 17 face­offs and tal­lied a ca­reer-high three points to lead the No. 2 Mary­land men’s lacrosse team to a re­sound­ing 19-5 vic­tory over High Point on Satur­day at Mary­land Sta­dium.

Se­nior Matt Rambo had three goals and three as­sists for the Ter­rap­ins (3-0), his sixth straight game with at least six points.

The Pan­thers (1-2) beat Ge­orge­town, 9-3, in their pre­vi­ous game Tues­day . . . .

Peter Con­ley had five goals and an as­sist, but Ge­orge­town suf­fered a 16-10 loss to No. 4 Notre Dame (1-0) in Frisco, Tex., to fall to 0-2 this sea­son . . . .

Mike D’Amario scored seven goals to lead No. 7 Vir­ginia (2-0) to an 18-14 win over Drexel (0-1) in Char­lottes­ville . . . .

Greyson To­rain and Drew Smi­ley had three goals apiece to lead No. 17 Navy (1-2) to an 11-5 vic­tory over Delaware (1-2) in Ne­wark, Del . . . .

Caro­line Wan­nen had four goals and two as­sists, and Me­gan Whit­tle had five goals and one as­sist to lead the No. 2 Mary­land women’s lacrosse team (2-0) to a 17-13 win over Ge­orge­town (1-2) at Cooper Field. TENNIS

Jo-Wil­fried Tsonga cel­e­brated his 400th ca­reer win in style by beat­ing fourth-seeded To­mas Berdych, 6-3, 6-4, to reach the fi­nal of the World Tennis Tour­na­ment in Rot­ter­dam.

The sixth-seeded French­man will face third-seeded David Gof­fin of Bel­gium in the fi­nal af­ter Gof­fin beat Pierre-Hughes Her­bert of France, 6-1, 6-3 . . . .

Top-seeded Kei Nishikori beat lo­cal wild card Car­los Ber­locq, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3, to reach the Ar­gentina Open fi­nal in Buenos Aires.

Nishikori will face Alexandr Dol­go­polov of Ukraine in the fi­nal af­ter Dol­go­polov de­feated fourth-seeded Pablo Car­reno Busta of Spain, 7-5, 6-2 . . . .

Karolina Pliskova beat Caro­line Woz­ni­acki for the first time in four meet­ings and won their Qatar Open fi­nal, 6-3, 6-4, in Doha. MISC.

Run­ner Mo Farah marked the fi­nal in­door race of his ca­reer by break­ing his own Euro­pean record over 5,000 me­ters in a win at the Grand Prix in Birm­ing­ham, Eng­land.

The four-time Olympic cham­pion won in 13:09.16, beat­ing Bahrain’s Al­bert Rop in a sprint for the line.

The 33-year-old Farah is plan­ning to trans­fer to road racing af­ter the athletics world championship in Lon­don in Au­gust . . . .

The Mi­ami Dol­phins signed de­fen­sive end Cameron Wake to a two-year con­tract ex­ten­sion.

The 35-year-old Wake (DeMatha) is com­ing off a Pro Bowl sea­son, one year re­moved from an Achilles’ ten­don in­jury. He had 111/2 sacks, five forced fum­bles and one in­ter­cep­tion . . . .

The first of­fi­cial NASCAR event of Speed­weeks was post­poned by rain at Daytona In­ter­na­tional Speed­way in Daytona Beach, Fla.

The rain be­gan dur­ing driver in­tro­duc­tions for the ex­hi­bi­tion race. The Clash is the first event lead­ing into the Feb. 26 sea­sonopen­ing Daytona 500.

NASCAR will stage the event Sun­day at 11:30 a.m., just a few hours be­fore qual­i­fy­ing for the Daytona 500.

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