HARNESS RACING

Scarborough Downs cancels Saturday card

Scarborough Downs canceled its live racing for Saturday because of an ongoing power outage.

The simulcast wagering facility will also be closed until power is restored. Bettors can follow updates regarding live and simulcast racing at the track’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Scarborough-Downs-Harness-Race-Track-196489850469.

TENNIS

PARIS MASTERS: John Isner stayed on track for the last spot at the ATP Finals by beating Juan Martin del Potro 6-4, 6-7 (5), 6-4 in the quarterfinals.

The American was the runner-up in Paris last year and needs to win the tournament to reach the finals in London this month.

Meanwhile, top-ranked Rafael Nadal pulled out because of a right knee injury, but hopes to be fit enough to lead the London field.

WTA ELITE TROPHY: Julia Goerges advanced to the semifinals in Zhuhai, China, by beating top-seeded Kristina Mladenovic, 6-2, 7-6 (4).

The seventh-seeded German joins CoCo Vandeweghe, Anastasija Sevastova and Ashleigh Barty in the semifinals.

GOLF

PGA: J.J. Spaun shot a 6-under 65 at breezy TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas to take the lead in the suspended second round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

Spaun closed with a birdie on the par-5 ninth to get to 11-under 131.

Kelly Kraft was second at 8 under with three holes left when play was suspended for the day because of darkness. He had a hole-in-one on the par-3 fifth, using a 6-iron on the 174-yard hole.

LPGA: Defending champion Shanshan Feng fired a 6-under 66 to share a seven-way lead after the first round of the Japan Classic.

Feng was joined at 6 under by Americans Lizette Salas and Jane Park, Japanese players Saiki Fujita, Ai Suzuki and Nasa Hataoka, and Lee Ming-yong of South Korea.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Nicolas Colsaerts shot a second straight 7-under 64 to take a four-stroke lead after the second round of the Turkish Airlines Open, leaving the big-hitting Belgian in a strong position to end a five-year wait for a victory.

HOCKEY

NHL: Former referee Kerry Fraser has been diagnosed with an incurable form of blood cancer.

Fraser, who retired in 2010 after 30 years as an NHL official, wrote on the league’s website that he has a rare blood disorder called essential thrombocythemia, known as ET.

He added that while it is incurable, patients can live a normal life with it for many years. However, it carries a danger of developing blood clots that can lead to a heart attack or stroke.

SOCCER

EVRA SUSPENDED: Marseille has suspended Patrice Evra and could take further action after the defender kicked one of the team’s fans before a Europa League game.

UEFA’s disciplinary body will meet Nov. 10 to rule on the incident, in which Evra was sent off for violent conduct before the game in Portugal on Thursday.

GUERRERO SUSPENDED: Peru captain and striker Paolo Guerrero has been provisionally suspended by FIFA for 30 days after failing a doping test.

If the decision is upheld, Peru will miss its main striker for both World Cup playoff matches against New Zealand. Peru and New Zealand meet on Nov. 11 and 16.