Dedgar Jimenez threw a complete game two-hitter, striking out five and walking three as the Portland Sea Dogs edged the Binghamton Rumble Ponies 1-0 in the first game of a doubleheader Tuesday at Binghamton, New York.

Jordan Betts lined a double to left for the Sea Dogs to drive in Josh Ockimey with the only run in the top of the sixth inning.

Portland settled for a split, falling 1-0 in the second game as Joey Terdoslavich delivered a one-out, bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh.


U.S. AMATEUR: Will Kannegieser of Minot earned medalist honors while securing a spot in the U.S. Amateur at a qualifier held Monday in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Kannegieser, who will be a junior this fall at Williams College, shot rounds of 72 and 65 at the college’s Taconic Golf Club for a total of 5-under 137. His second round was three shots better than the next best round of the day.

Kannegieser was one of three players who advanced to the U.S. Amateur from Aug. 13-19 at Pebble Beach, California, along with Williams teammate Sam Goldenring and newly crowned New Hampshire Amateur champion Matthew Paradis.


NFL: Tom Stephens, an original member of the Patriots and a two-way player, has died at 82.

According to a funeral announcement, he died at his home last week in Naples, Florida. No cause was given.

Stephens was drafted by the Baltimore Colts in 1959. He signed with the Boston Patriots for their inaugural season in 1960 and played five seasons until 1964, appearing in 49 games as a tight end and defensive back.

The Rams agreed to a five-year extension with wide receiver Brandin Cooks, who was traded to Los Angeles by the Patriots for draft picks.

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory, who was suspended all of last season over multiple violations of the NFL’s substance-abuse policy, was reinstated.

Gregory can join the Cowboys at training camp in California next week.


NBA: The New Orleans Pelicans signed Trevon Bluiett to a two-way contract after the rookie guard averaged 18.3 points in four NBA Summer League games.

Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr received a contract extension following the franchise’s repeat championship and third title in four years during his tenure. Kerr had one year remaining on his original $25 million, five-year contract. Details of the extension were not announced.

The Memphis Grizzlies acquired guard Garrett Temple from the Sacramento Kings in exchange for guard Ben McLemore, center Deyonta Davis, a future second-round pick and cash considerations.

WNBA: Elizabeth Cambage scored 53 points to set a WNBA record, leading the Dallas Wings to a 104-87 victory over the visiting New York Liberty.

Cambage reached 50 points on a three-point play with 2:19 remaining and broke Riquna Williams’ WNBA record of 51 points, set Sept. 8, 2013, on an open 3-pointer from the top of the key.


NHL: The New York Rangers agreed to a two-year contract with restricted free agent forward Jimmy Vesey.

Vesey has 33 goals and 22 assists in 159 games in the past two seasons.