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‘Jeopardy!’ champion eliminated at World Series of Poker

LAS VEGAS – “Jeopardy!” champion and professional sports gambler James Holzhauer finished out of money in his World Series of Poker debut on Monday, a tournament official said. Holzhauer finished in 454th place among more than 1,800 entrants in a No-Limit Hold’em event, spokesman Seth Palansky said. Buy-in was $1,500 and Holzhauer didn’t reach the top 281 finishers who will win shares of some $2.5 million in prize money.
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European vacation over, Naeher and US bounce back up

UPDATED: Mon., June 24, 2019, 8:14 p.m.

Alyssa Naeher’s European vacation ended quickly Monday night. After three games with little to do, the 31-year-old American goalkeeper blundered in her first World Cup knockout match, playing a short pass to Becky Sauerbrunn that led to Spain’s tying goal just 2 minutes, 40 seconds after the United States had taken the lead.
Sports >  NHL

Seattle’s addition to NHL looms as part of draft weekend story

While the selections of Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kaako and the P.K. Subban trade all got their deserved attention during the NHL draft, one of the biggest crowds of the weekend surrounded a 59-year-old team executive and a Hollywood filmmaker. More than six months after the NHL announced its 32nd franchise, what’s happening in Seattle remains a curiosity in the hockey community. With the draft in Vancouver and Seattle team president and CEO Tod Leiweke and part-owner Jerry Bruckheimer hanging out for the weekend, it amplified the questions about what is to come next for the yet-to-be-named franchise a couple hours to the south.
Sports >  Montana Sports

Javelin Standouts Ortt, Street Receive Gatorade Honors

Today Gatorade announced the Montana Track and Field Boys and Girls Student-Athlete of the Year for the 2018-2019 school year. Sentinel's Rylan Ortt and Columbia Fall's Angellica Street, two Montana state record holders for the javelin, each won the award for their performances this spring.