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Digest: Altidore scores twice, US advances with 4-0 win

Jozy Altidore scored twice in a three-minute span of the second half, Sacha Kljestan and Paul Arriola had goals and the United States beat Trinidad and Tobago 4-0 on Tuesday …


Digest: Predators acquire P.K. Subban from Canadiens for Shea Weber

The Nashville Predators acquired P.K. Subban from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Shea Weber on Wednesday in a blockbuster swap of All-Star defensemen two days before free agency opens.


Digest: Hawks stifle Boston in 1st quarter, lead opening series 2-0

The Atlanta Hawks held the visiting Celtics to the lowest-scoring first quarter in the playoffs since the NBA went to the shot clock, building a 21-point lead and beating Boston …


Ex-Seahawk Arrested

Darrell Irvin, president of the Seattle Seahawks Alumni Association, has been charged with assault and resisting arrest at a bar in this resort town. A copyright report on the arrest …


Rams Coach Retires

The St. Louis Rams’ coaching staff lost one of its biggest names when defensive coordinator Bud Carson retired due to health concerns. Carson, who’ll be 67 next month, quit because …


Holyfield States He’d Never Duck Lewis

Lewis


Tark Beats Ncaa

Terry Giles, Jerry Tarkanian’s San Diego-based lawyer and lead counsel in their long-standing suit against the NCAA, is expected to announce a public victory later this week in Las Vegas …


Event Of The Year Wins

Event of the Year kept his record perfect, improving to 4 for 4 by beating two longshots to the wire in the $600,000 Jim Beam Stakes at Turfway Park. The …


Silver Charm Rallies To Earn $2.4 Million

In a dramatic finish, Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Silver Charm nosed out Dubai’s Swain to win the $4 million Dubai (United Arab Emirates) World Cup Saturday and double his …


Sadler Wins 250

Elliott Sadler took the lead on a fast pit stop with 99 laps left and went on to win the crash-filled Moore’s Snacks 250 at Bristol, Tenn., his fourth NASCAR …


Cardenas Going To Jail

Former Cincinnati Reds shortstop Leo Cardenas has been sentenced to 90 days in prison for beating a man with a baseball bat last year. Cardenas, 59, pleaded guilty last month …


Soccer Player Dies

Stacey Martin, 21, a junior for the University of Dayton women’s soccer team, died after collapsing during an exhibition game in Dayton. Martin, a three-year starter, collapsed during the first …


Lewis Takes On Briggs

Lennox Lewis faces Shannon Briggs in Convention Hall at Atlantic City, N.J., tonight with Lewis trying to defend the WBC heavyweight championship. The bout also will be on HBO. In …


Wallace Wins Pole

Winston Cup points leader Rusty Wallace added to his growing list of 1998 accomplishments by winning the pole for the Food City 500 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. It was …


Seahawks Gather Moss

Linebacker Winston Moss, who fractured a bone in his neck last season, announced his retirement after an 11-year NFL career and was named defensive quality coach for the Seattle Seahawks. …


Silver Charm Draws Outside Post

Silver Charm will be on the outside looking in at the Dubai World Cup. The favorite for the $4 million race - the richest in horse racing along with the …


Racer Chris Trickle Dies

Race car driver Chris Trickle, who spent 13 months in a coma after being shot by someone on a freeway overpass, died in a local hospital. He was 25. Trickle, …


Jones To Settle Dispute

Roy Jones Jr., who plans to seek a heavyweight title, will first settle the dispute on who is king of the light heavyweights. Jones (35-1, 30 knockouts), a former IBF …


Kournikova Continues Her Impressive Play At Lipton

Kournikova


Miscellany

Kristina Koznick overtook Tasha Nelson in the women’s slalom at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Sacha Gros of Vail, Colo., won the men’s slalom. Claudia Poll …


Hingis Just Gets By Serena Williams

Hingis


Schleper Rallies

Fearless Sarah Schleper vaulted from eighth place with a blistering second run to capture the women’s giant slalom in the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships. Schleper, 19, of Vail, Colo., was …


Racing Pair Punished

Owner-driver Phil Parsons and crew chief Gene Nead have been penalized by NASCAR because of a fight last week at Darlington, S.C. Nead got into an altercation with NASCAR Busch …


Title Bout Slated

Wilfredo Vazquez has given up the WBA featherweight title so he can challenge Naseem Hamed on April 18 for the WBO crown, British promoter Frank Warren said. The British promoter …


Agassi Continues Comeback With Lipton Win Over Spadea

Agassi


Nfl Owners Set To Ratify Contract

NFL owners, still celebrating their new television riches, are about to ratify a contract that will ensure labor peace through at least 2004. The agreement was approved twice this weekend, …


Kournikova Defeats Lucic

Mirjana Lucic, younger by nine months than Anna Kournikova, fell 6-4, 6-2 to the Russian in a matchup of 16-year-olds at the Lipton Championships in Key Biscayne, Fla. Kournikova’s opponent …


Bears’ Spellman Improving

Chicago Bears defensive end Alonzo Spellman has been released from the psychiatric unit where he was hospitalized after bizarre behavior this month. Spellman will receive daily outpatient treatment for a …


Miscellany

Canada’s Ed Podivinsky stole America’s thunder, defeating AJ Kitt to win the men’s downhill at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Kirsten Clark of Raymond, Maine, second …


Labonte Wins Race

Bobby Labonte got past Jeff Burton in lapped traffic with 14 laps remaining and went on to win the Diamond Hill Plywood 200 Busch Series race in Darlington, S.C. Burton, …