Public barred from 2020 flame light­ing in Greece

Times-Herald (Vallejo) - - SPORTS -

Spec­ta­tors will be kept away from the Olympic flame-light­ing cer­e­mony in An­cient Olympia on Thurs­day be­cause of the coro­n­avirus.

Only 100 ac­cred­ited guests will be al­lowed to at­tend the tra­di­tional event, Greece’s Olympic com­mit­tee said Mon­day.

A dress re­hearsal on Wed­nes­day for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic flame will also be closed to the public to com­ply with Greek govern­ment re­stric­tions to pre­vent the spread of the virus.

The Tokyo or­ga­niz­ing com­mit­tee said it will “re­duce the size of its trav­el­ing del­e­ga­tion as much as pos­si­ble.”

Tokyo of­fi­cials pre­vi­ously said they would not send 140 chil­dren to Greece to give the flame a send-off next week on its jour­ney to Ja­pan. The Ital­ian Olympic Com­mit­tee has sus­pended all sports in the coun­try through April 3.

IN­DIAN WELLS TEN­NIS POST­PONED AF­TER CORO­N­AVIRUS CON­FIRMED >> The BNP Paribas Open, the near-ma­jor ten­nis tour­na­ment set to be­gin this week in the Cal­i­for­nia desert, won’t be played as sched­uled af­ter a case of coro­n­avirus was con­firmed in the Coachella Val­ley. It’s the largest U.S. sport­ing event to be called off over con­cerns about the spread of the dis­ease. The South by South­west Fes­ti­val in Austin, Texas, was can­celed Fri­day.

The an­nounce­ment came Sun­day night af­ter many play­ers were al­ready in the desert prac­tic­ing. Qual­i­fy­ing matches were to be­gin Mon­day with women’s main draw matches start­ing Wed­nes­day and the men’s draw be­gin­ning Thurs­day.

VIRUS POST­PONES OPEN­ING OF JA­PANESE PRO BASE­BALL SEA­SON >> Ja­panese of­fi­cials post­poned the start of the 12-team pro­fes­sional base­ball league sea­son on Mon­day be­cause of the spread of the coro­n­avirus. The sea­son was to open on March 20. Ja­pan’s pro­fes­sional league had been play­ing its pre­sea­son games with­out fans be­cause of the virus. Base­ball of­fi­cials said they were un­sure when the sea­son might start, but men­tioned some time in April.

Ja­pan’s base­ball league last sus­pended play in 2011 af­ter an earth­quake, tsunami and the sub­se­quent melt­down of three nu­clear re­ac­tors in Fukushima pre­fec­ture, lo­cated 250 kilo­me­ters (150 miles) north­east of Tokyo.

The head of the soc­cer J-League said it was also ex­tend­ing its sus­pen­sion of play. That league had sus­pended play un­til March 18. PSG-DORT­MUND GAME TO BE PLAYED WITH­OUT FANS BE­CAUSE OF VIRUS >> The Cham­pi­ons League match be­tween Paris Saint-Ger­main and Borus­sia Dort­mund will be played with­out fans be­cause of the spread of the coro­n­avirus, Paris po­lice said Mon­day. The match will be played Wed­nes­day at Parc des Princes. Dort­mund leads 2-1 from the first leg.

PSG said it took note of the de­ci­sion and said the club re­mains “fully mo­bi­lized to or­ga­nize the match in the best pos­si­ble con­di­tions.”

France has banned gath­er­ings of more than 1,000 peo­ple. The coun­try re­ported 1,126 cases of the virus as of Sun­day, up 19% from the day be­fore and the sec­ond largest num­ber of cases in Europe af­ter Italy. So far, 19 peo­ple in France have died.

Horse rac­ing

OVER 2 DOZEN HORSE RAC­ING PRO­FES­SION­ALS CHARGED IN DRUG SCAM >> More than two dozen horse train­ers, vet­eri­nar­i­ans and others have been charged in what au­thor­i­ties de­scribe as a wide­spread in­ter­na­tional scheme to drug horses to race faster. The charges were de­tailed in four in­dict­ments un­veiled Mon­day in Man­hat­tan fed­eral court. Charges brought against 27 in­di­vid­u­als in­clude drug adul­ter­ation and mis­brand­ing con­spir­acy. Au­thor­i­ties said par­tic­i­pants in the fraud mis­led govern­ment agen­cies, in­clud­ing fed­eral and state reg­u­la­tors, U.S. Cus­toms and Border Pro­tec­tion, var­i­ous state horse rac­ing reg­u­la­tors and the bet­ting public.

Col­lege bas­ket­ball polls

KANSAS RE­MAINS UNAN­I­MOUS NO. 1 IN TOP 25; FSU UP TO NO. 4 >> Kansas main­tained its grip on the No. 1 rank­ing in The As­so­ci­ated Press men’s col­lege bas­ket­ball poll Mon­day, while fourth-ranked Florida State has its high­est rank­ing in nearly five decades.

The Jay­hawks re­ceived all 65 first-place votes to re­main at the top for a third straight week and fourth over­all this sea­son, with the past two weeks com­ing as the unan­i­mous choice ahead of Gon­zaga and Day­ton.

The Semi­noles rose three spots af­ter wrap­ping up the first At­lantic Coast Con­fer­ence reg­u­lar-sea­son ti­tle in pro­gram his­tory. That moved FSU to its high­est rank­ing since No. 2 in De­cem­ber 1972.

Bay­lor slid to fifth and San Diego State sixth be­hind FSU, while Creighton jumped four spots to No. 7 ahead of Ken­tucky. SOUTH CAROLINA STAYS NO. 1 IN WOMEN'S TOP 25; ORE­GON NEXT >> South Carolina ran through the South­east­ern Con­fer­ence Tour­na­ment to keep its hold on the No. 1 rank­ing in The As­so­ci­ated Press women’s col­lege bas­ket­ball poll.

The Game­cocks beat Ge­or­gia, Arkansas and Mis­sis­sippi State by an av­er­age of 24 points to win the con­fer­ence tour­na­ment for the fifth time in six years. Coach Dawn Sta­ley’s team re­ceived 27 of 30 first-place votes from a na­tional me­dia panel on Mon­day. The Game­cocks look poised to be the over­all No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tour­na­ment when the field is an­nounced next week.

Ore­gon re­ceived the other three first-place votes and moved up one spot to No. 2 af­ter win­ning the Pac-12 Tour­na­ment. x-Mil­wau­kee Indiana Chicago Detroit Cleve­land

x-clinched play­off spot Sun­day's games

Brook­lyn 110, Chicago 107

New Orleans 120, Min­nesota 107 L.A. Lak­ers 112, L.A. Clippers 103 Phoenix 140, Mil­wau­kee 131 Oklahoma City 105, Bos­ton 104 Or­lando 126, Houston 106

Indiana 112, Dallas 109

Mi­ami 100, Wash­ing­ton 89

New York 96, Detroit 84

Cleve­land 132, San An­to­nio 129, OT Toronto 118, Sacra­mento 113

Mon­day's games

Char­lotte at At­lanta, n. Mil­wau­kee at Den­ver, n. Toronto at Utah, n.

Tues­day's games

Bos­ton at Indiana, 4 p.m.

New York at Wash­ing­ton, 4 p.m. Cleve­land at Chicago, 5 p.m.

Dallas at San An­to­nio, 5 p.m. Min­nesota at Houston, 5 p.m. Or­lando at Mem­phis, 5 p.m. Phoenix at Port­land, 7 p.m. Brook­lyn at L.A. Lak­ers, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at War­riors, 7:30 p.m.

Har­den, HOU 60 Beal, WAS 56 Ak­oun­mpo, MIL 57 Young, ATL 58 Lil­lard, POR 57 Don­cic, DAL 52 West­brook, HOU52 Leonard, LAC 50 Davis, LAL 54 Booker, PHX 61 James, LAL 59 LaVine, CHI 60 Mitchell, UTA 62 In­gram, NOP 56 Si­akam, TOR 52 Ta­tum, BOS 58

Bos­ton 7, Min­nesota 6

Detroit 7, Wash­ing­ton 5

N.Y. Yan­kees (ss) 1, At­lanta 0

St. Louis 7, Mi­ami 3

Pitts­burgh 2, Tampa Bay 2

N.Y. Yan­kees (ss) 5, Bal­ti­more 5

Toronto 9, Philadel­phia 0

N.Y. Mets 3, Houston 1

Cincin­nati (ss) 11, Chicago Cubs (ss) 9 Texas 9, Dodgers 8

San Fran­cisco 8, Seat­tle 4

Ari­zona 8, Chicago Cubs (ss) 1

Chicago White Sox (ss) 5, Kansas City 4 Oak­land 11, Mil­wau­kee (ss) 3

An­gels (ss) 8, Cincin­nati (ss) 8 Mil­wau­kee (ss) 7, An­gels (ss) 3

Chicago White Sox (ss) 6, San Diego 0 Colorado 3, Cleve­land 1

Mon­day's games

Houston 2, Detroit 1

N.Y. Mets 1, Mi­ami 1

Philadel­phia 3, N.Y. Yan­kees 1

Toronto (ss) 3, Pitts­burgh 1

St. Louis 3, Min­nesota 0

Toronto (ss) 8, Tampa Bay 3

Cincin­nati 3, Chicago White Sox 3

San Fran­cisco vs. Cleve­land (ss), n. Dodgers 14, San Diego 2

Cleve­land (ss) 11, An­gels 10

Kansas City 4, Ari­zona 4

Bos­ton vs. At­lanta at North Port, Fla., n. Oak­land vs. Texas at Sur­prise, Ariz., n. Seat­tle vs. Mil­wau­kee at Phoenix, n.

Tues­day's games

Pitts­burgh vs. Detroit at Lake­land, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

N.Y. Mets vs. Houston (ss) at West Palm Beach, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

St. Louis vs. Bos­ton at Fort My­ers, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

Toronto vs. N.Y. Yan­kees at Tampa, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

Wash­ing­ton vs. Mi­ami at Jupiter, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

Min­nesota vs. Philadel­phia at Clear­wa­ter, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

Houston (ss) vs. At­lanta (ss) at North Port, Fla., 10:05 a.m.

Chicago Cubs vs. San Fran­cisco at Scotts­dale, Ariz., 1:05 p.m.

Texas vs. Chicago White Sox at Glendale, Ariz., 1:05 p.m.

Kansas City (ss) vs. Oak­land at Mesa, Ariz., 1:05 p.m.

Ari­zona vs. Cincin­nati (ss) at Goodyear, Ariz., 1:05 p.m.

Mil­wau­kee vs. Kansas City (ss) at Sur­prise, Ariz., 1:05 p.m.

An­gels vs. Seat­tle at Peo­ria, Ariz., 1:10 p.m.

Cincin­nati (ss) vs. Colorado at Scotts­dale, Ariz., 1:10 p.m.

At­lanta (ss) vs. Bal­ti­more at Sara­sota, Fla., 3:05 p.m.

Oaks, Navas (4), Blevins (5), Gudino (5), Ross (6), Li­ranzo (7), Triggs (8), Martinez (8), and Brantly, Heine­man; Ci­vale, Hand (4), Perez (5), Stephens (5), Wittgren

(6), Cim­ber (7), Hoyt (8), Nel­son (9), and Leon, Chu.

Hoyt 1-0; Triggs 0-1;

Dick­er­son, Green; Krieger.

W —

L —

49 43 28 26 15 39 39 32 28 26 42 41 40 28 19 45 42 38 29 20 41 29 23 22 19 53 39 21 20 19 592 582 623 523 523 489 557 467 499 535 574 539 556 469 450 488 13 20 36 38 49 24 26 32 36 36 21 22 24 37 44 18 21 26 34 44 23 35 40 41 46 11 25 43 45 45 .790 .683 .438 .406 .234 .619 .600 .500 .438 .419 .667 .651 .625 .431 .302 .714 .667 .594 .460 .313 .641 .453 .365 .349 .292 .828 .609 .328 .308 .297 609 2059 372 1702 361 1690 466 1705 385 1652 357 1483 264 1429 308 1347 382 1441 396 1590 238 1515 268 1530 249 1514 283 1358 213 1226 220 1360

HRs —

— 61⁄2 22 24 35

— 1 71⁄2 111⁄2 121⁄2

— 1 21⁄2 15 23

— 3 71⁄2 16 251⁄2

— 12 171⁄2 181⁄2 221⁄2

— 14 32 331⁄2

34 34.3 30.4 29.6 29.4 29.0 28.5 27.5 26.9 26.7 26.1 25.7 25.5 24.4 24.3 23.6 23.4

The top 25 teams in The As­so­ci­ated Press' fi­nal 2019-20 men's col­lege bas­ket­ball poll, with first-place votes in paren­the­ses, records through Mar. 11, to­tal points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's rank­ing: 28-3 1,625 1 29-2 1,546 2 29-2 1,507 3 26-5 1,384 7 26-4 1,322 4 30-2 1,261 5 24-7 1,157 11 25-6 1,118 6 22-9 995 16 25-6 990 12 24-7 989 14 24-7 912 9 24-7 904 13 24-7 762 15 24-7 755 10 21-9 722 8 23-7 560 22 21-10 495 24 21-10 443 19 25-6 436 17 21-10 241 23 23-8 167 21 21-10 167 - 22-9 161 - 20-11 111 18

Stephen F Austin 75, Prov­i­dence 66, ETSU 59, Michi­gan

53, Penn St. 42, Utah St. 40, Saint Mary's (Cal) 9, Ari­zona 7, Lib­erty 6, South­ern Cal 6, Rich­mond 5, N Iowa 4, UCLA 4, New Mex­ico St. 4, Rut­gers 4, Texas Tech 3, Ver­mont 2, LSU 2, Pur­due 1, Bel­mont 1, Mis­sis­sippi St. 1, Florida 1.

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Others re­ceiv­ing votes:

1. Kansas (28-3) did not play.

2. Gon­zaga(29-2) did not play.

3. Day­ton (29-2) did not play.

4. Bay­lor (26-4) did not play.

5. San Diego State (30-2) did not play.

6. Ken­tucky (25-6) did not play.

7. Florida State (26-5) did not play.

8. Se­ton Hall (21-9) did not play.

9. Mary­land (24-7) beat No. 25 Michi­gan 83-70.

10. Louisville (24-7) did not play.

11. Creighton (24-7) did not play.

12. Duke (25-6) did not play.

13. Ore­gon (24-7) did not play.

14. Vil­lanova (24-7) did not play.

15. BYU (24-7) did not play.

16. Michi­gan St. (22-9) beat No. 19. Ohio State 80-69.

17. Auburn (25-6) did not play.

18. Iowa (20-11) lost to Illi­nois 78-76.

19. Ohio State (21-10) lost to No. 16 Michi­gan State 80-69.

20. Penn State (21-10) did not play.

21. Houston (23-8) beat Mem­phis 64-57.

22. Vir­ginia (23-7) did not play.

23. Illi­nois (21-10) beat No. 18 Iowa 78-76.

24. Wis­con­sin (21-10) did not play.

25. Michi­gan (19-12) lost to No. 9 Mary­land 83-70.

FAR WEST

Saint Mary's (Cal) 89, Pep­per­dine 82, 2OT

The top 25 teams in The As­so­ci­ated Press' fi­nal 2019-20 women's col­lege bas­ket­ball poll, with first-place votes in paren­the­ses, records through Mar.

11, to­tal points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week's rank­ing:

South Carolina (27) 32-1 747 Ore­gon (3) 31-2 723 Bay­lor 28-2 668 Mary­land 28-4 656 UConn 28-3 647 Louisville 28-4 588 Stan­ford 27-6 558 NC State 28-4 543 Mis­sis­sippi St. 27-6 502 UCLA 26-5 488 Gon­zaga 28-2 452 North­west­ern 26-4 384 Ari­zona 24-7 374 Ore­gon St. 23-9 312 DePaul 27-5 283 Ken­tucky 22-8 276 South Dakota 29-2 253 Florida St. 24-8 241 Texas A&M 22-8 239 Indiana 24-8 185 Iowa 23-7 172 Prince­ton 26-1 165 Mis­souri St. 26-4 120 Arkansas 24-8 99 Ari­zona St. 20-11 29

TCU 11, Ohio

St. 10, Marquette 7, Bos­ton Col­lege 6, Florida Gulf Coast 3, Rut­gers 3, Iowa St. 2, Duke 2, Cent Michi­gan 1, Boise St. 1.

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Kansas (65) Gon­zaga Day­ton Florida St. Bay­lor

San Diego St. Creighton Ken­tucky Michi­gan St. Duke Vil­lanova Mary­land Ore­gon

BYU Louisville Se­ton Hall Vir­ginia Wis­con­sin Ohio St. Auburn Illi­nois Houston West Vir­ginia Butler

Iowa

Others re­ceiv­ing votes:

1. South Carolina (32-1) beat No. 9 Mis­sis­sippi State 76-62.

2. Bay­lor (28-2) lost to Iowa State 57-56.

3. Ore­gon (31-2) beat No. 7 Stan­ford 89-56.

4. Louisville (28-4) did not play.

5. UConn (27-3) beat South Florida 79-38.

6. Mary­land (27-4) beat Ohio State 82-65.

7. Stan­ford (27-6) lost to No. 3 Ore­gon 89-56.

8. UCLA (26-5) did not play.

9. Mis­sis­sippi State (27-6) lost to South Carolina 76-62.

10. NC State (28-4) beat Florida State 71-66.

11. North­west­ern (26-4) did not play.

12. Gon­zaga (28-2) did not play.

13. Ari­zona (24-6) did not play.

14. Ore­gon St. (23-9 did not play.

15. Texas A&M (22-8) did not play.

16. Ken­tucky (22-8) did not play.

17. South Dakota (28-2) did not play.

18. DePaul (27-5) beat Se­ton Hall 83-80.

19. Iowa (23-7) did not play.

20. Indiana (24-8) did not play.

21. Prince­ton (26-1) did not play.

22. Florida State (24-8) lost to No. 10 NC State 71-66.

23. Mis­souri State (26-4) did not play.

24. Ari­zona State (20-11) did not play.

25. Arkansas (24-8) did not play.

FAR WEST

Hawaii 75, Cal Poly 58 N. Dakota St. 72, Den­ver 68 Ore­gon 89, Stan­ford 56

Ve­gas Ed­mon­ton Cal­gary Vancouver Ari­zona Ana­heim Sharks

Los An­ge­les

CEN­TRAL DI­VI­SION

St. Louis Colorado Dallas Min­nesota Nashville Win­nipeg Chicago

Bos­ton Tampa Bay Toronto Florida Mon­treal Buf­falo Ot­tawa Detroit 70 69 70 68 69 69 69 68

GP W

69 68 68 69 68 69 69 69 69 69 68 70 68 69 70

Record

Record

38 37 36 35 33 28 29 27 41 41 37 35 34 35 31 43 43 35 34 31 29 25 17 24 24 27 27 28 32 35 35 18 19 23 27 26 28 30 14 20 25 26 30 31 32 48

METROPOLI­TAN DI­VI­SION

Wash­ing­ton Philadel­phia Pitts­burgh Colum­bus Carolina

N.Y. Is­lan­ders N.Y. Rangers New Jersey

GP W

68 68 68 70 67 67 68 68

Sun­day's games

41 41 39 33 37 35 36 28 8 8 7 6 8 9 5 6 10 8 8 7 8 6 8 12 6 9 8 9 8 12

5 84 224 209 82 221 210 79 210 215 76 223 213 74 193 183 65 180 220 63 180 220 60 172 209 92 220 189 90 233 186 82 178 173 77 220 220 76 211 215 76 208 199 70 206 216 98 225 174 92 244 193 79 236 226 76 229 227 71 210 217 66 192 215 62 187 235 39 143 262

L OT Pts

20 20 23 22 25 23 28 28

Carolina 6, Pitts­burgh 2 Detroit 5, Tampa Bay 4, SO Ve­gas 5, Cal­gary 3

St. Louis 2, Chicago 0 7 7 6 15 5 9 4 12

Pts Pvs

Pts Pvs

1 3 2 6 5 4 7 10 9 8 12 11 13 14 18 16 17 22 15 20 19 21 23 25 24

GF GA

89 238 212 89 232 194 84 219 194 81 180 187 79 217 191 79 188 188 76 228 217 68 187 225

Min­nesota 5, Ana­heim 4, OT Colum­bus 2, Vancouver 1 Colorado 4, Sharks 3

Mon­day's games

Wash­ing­ton at Buf­falo, n. Ari­zona at Win­nipeg, n. Florida at St. Louis, n. Ve­gas at Ed­mon­ton, n. Colorado at Los An­ge­les, n.

Tues­day's games

Bos­ton at Philadel­phia, 4 p.m. Nashville at Mon­treal, 4 p.m. Pitts­burgh at New Jersey, 4 p.m. Tampa Bay at Toronto, 4 p.m. Carolina at Detroit, 4:30 p.m.

N.Y. Rangers at Dallas, 5:30 p.m. N.Y. Is­lan­ders at Vancouver, 7 p.m. Ot­tawa at Ana­heim, 7 p.m.

1, San Jose, Thorn­ton 7 (Meier, Kane), 11:16 (pp). 2, Colorado, MacK­in­non 35 (Lan­deskog, Com­pher), 16:17 (pp).

Sec­ond Pe­riod:

3, Colorado, Lan­deskog 21 (MacK­in­non, Namest­nikov), 1:59. 4, San Jose, Karls­son 6 (Sorensen), 3:41. 5, Colorado, Namest­nikov 16 (MacK­in­non, Lan­deskog), 8:41.

6, Colorado, Don­skoi 16 (John­son, Com­pher), 15:27. 7, San Jose, Gre­gor 3 (La­banc, Meier), 19:16 (pp).

Colorado 8-10-6=24. San Jose 7-7-11=25.

Colorado, Fran­couz 20-6-4 (25 shots-22 saves). San Jose, Jones 17-21-2 (24-20).

14,694 (17,562);

Third Pe­riod:

Shots on Goal:

Goalies:

A:

Kansas City Min­nesota Colorado Dallas

LAFC

Seat­tle Port­land Vancouver Salt Lake Galaxy Earth­quakes Houston Nashville

At­lanta 2 0 0 6 4 2 NY R. Bulls 1 0 1 4 4 3 Mon­treal 1 0 1 4 4 3 Toronto 1 0 1 4 3 2 Colum­bus 1 0 1 4 2 1 D.C. United 1 1 0 3 3 3 Chicago 0 1 1 1 2 3 N. Eng­land 0 1 1 1 2 3 Or­lando 0 1 1 1 1 2 Philadel­phia 0 1 1 1 3 5 Cincin­nati 0 2 0 0 3 5 In­ter Mi­ami 0 2 0 0 1 3 NYFC 0 2 0 0 0 2

Three points for vic­tory, one point for tie.

Note:

Satur­day, March 7

Chicago 1, New Eng­land 1, tie

New York 1, Real Salt Lake 1, tie Mon­treal 2, FC Dallas 2, tie

D.C. United 2, Mi­ami 1

Toronto FC 1, NYFC 0

At­lanta 2, Cincin­nati 1

Min­nesota 5, Earth­quakes 2 Sport­ing Kansas City 4, Houston 0 Colorado 2, Or­lando City 1 Vancouver 1, Galaxy 0

Colum­bus 1, Seat­tle 1, tie

Sun­day, March 8

Port­land 1, Nashville 0 Philadel­phia 3, LAFC 3, tie

Satur­day, March 14

FC Dallas at NYFC, 9:30 a.m.

Galaxy at Mi­ami, 11:30 a.m.

Nashville at Toronto FC, 1 p.m.

Real Salt Lake at Colum­bus, 2 p.m.

D.C. United at Cincin­nati, 2:30 p.m. Sport­ing Kansas City at At­lanta, 4 p.m. Colorado at Vancouver, 4 p.m. Earth­quakes at Philadel­phia, 4:30 p.m. Chicago at Or­lando City, 4:30 p.m. Seat­tle at Houston, 5:30 p.m.

Sun­day

At Bay Hill Club Or­lando, Fla.

$9.3 mil­lion

8,400;

Purse: Yardage: Fi­nal Round

Tyrrell Hat­ton ............. 68-69-73-74—284 -4 Marc Leish­man ............ 71-69-72-73—285 -3 Sung­jae Im ................... 70-69-74-73—286 -2 Bryson DeCham­beau . 73-71-72-71—287 -1 Joel Dah­men .................. 72-72-73-71—288 E Danny Lee ...................... 71-67-75-75—288 E Rory McIl­roy ................. 66-73-73-76—288 E Keith Mitchell ............... 68-75-74-71—288 E Har­ris English ............. 69-70-74-76—289 +1 Matthew Fitzpatric­k. 70-75-75-69—289 +1 Sung Kang .................. 69-68-78-74—289 +1 Collin Morikawa ......... 70-71-75-73—289 +1 Talor Gooch ................. 67-80-72-71—290 +2 Charley Hoff­man ........ 70-73-74-73—290 +2 Tom Hoge ..................... 70-70-76-75—291 +3 Pa­trick Reed ............... 70-70-80-71—291 +3 Scot­tie Sch­ef­fler ........ 67-74-75-75—291 +3 Chris­ti­aan Bezuid ..... 68-72-73-79—292 +4 Rick­ieFowler .............. 71-70-77-74—292+4 Dy­lan Frit­telli .............. 71-72-74-75—292 +4 Ja­son Kokrak .............. 71-75-72-74—292 +4 Bren­don Todd ............ 68-72-78-74—292 +4 Danny Willett .............. 71-71-77-73—292 +4 Max Homa .................. 72-75-70-76—293 +5 Beau Hossler ............... 73-72-76-72—293 +5 Adam Long .................. 69-74-78-72—293 +5 Troy Mer­ritt ................. 71-72-75-75—293 +5 Pa­trick Rodgers .......... 73-70-73-77—293 +5 Xan­der Schauf­fele ..... 73-74-72-74—293 +5 Jimmy Walker ............ 73-69-80-71—293 +5 Matt Wal­lace ............. 69-73-76-75—293 +5

Sun­day

At New­port Beach Coun­try Club New­port Beach, Calif.

$1.8 mil­lion

7,075;

Purse: Yardage: Fi­nal Round

Ernie Els ........................... 66-64-67—197 -16 Fred Cou­ples ................... 67-66-66—199 -14 Glen Day ........................... 70-65-64—199 -14 Robert Karls­son ............ 68-65-66—199 -14 Scott McCar­ron ............. 63-68-69—200 -13 Jay Haas ........................... 67-67-67—201 -12 David Mor­land IV ............ 61-70-71—202 -11 Kevin Suther­land ........... 69-68-65—202 -11

(13) Joey Logano, Ford, 316 laps, 52 points.

(2) Kevin Har­vick, Ford, 316, 54.

(10) Kyle Busch, Toy­ota, 316, 46.

(4) Kyle Lar­son, Chevro­let, 316, 35.

(18) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 316, 35.

(7) Kurt Busch, Chevro­let, 316, 31.

(1) Chase El­liott, Chevro­let, 316, 39.

(6) Aric Almirola, Ford, 316, 37.

(16) Cole Custer, Ford, 316, 29.

(17) Wil­liam By­ron, Chevro­let, 316, 27. (14) Brad Ke­selowski, Ford, 316, 36.

(21) Jim­mie John­son, Chevro­let, 316, 25. (9) Matt DiBenedett­o, Ford, 316, 31.

(8) Alex Bow­man, Chevro­let, 316, 28. (25) Ty Dil­lon, Chevro­let, 316, 22.

(22) Michael McDow­ell, Ford, 316, 21. (23) Chris Buescher, Ford, 316, 20.

(20) Ryan Preece, Chevro­let, 316, 19. (27) Bubba Wal­lace, Chevro­let, 316, 18. (3) Denny Ham­lin, Toy­ota, 316, 17.

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T:

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 2

Par:

Par:

2:26.

Base­ball

Col­lege bas­ket­ball

NHL

MLS

72

70 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 6 6 6 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 7 8 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 1 2 7 5 3

Golf

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MARCO ALPOZZI — THE AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS

A view of the empty Ju­ven­tus sta­dium, as a mea­sure against coro­n­avirus con­ta­gion, prior to the Serie A soc­cer match be­tween Ju­ven­tus and In­ter, in Turin, Italy, Sun­day. Serie A played on Sun­day de­spite calls from Italy’s sports min­is­ter and play­ers’ as­so­ci­a­tion pres­i­dent to sus­pend the games in Italy’s top soc­cer di­vi­sion.

THANAS­SIS STAVRAKIS — THE AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS

Greek singer Sakis Rou­vas wears the uni­form of the torch re­lay run­ners as he holds the torch of the 2020Tokyo Olympic Games dur­ing a pre­sen­ta­tion of the torch re­lay within in Greece, in Athens on Feb. 24. The Olympic flame light­ing cer­e­mony will be held on Thurs­day and will burn at the July 24- Aug. 9Tokyo 2020Olympi­cs.

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