Zach O’Brien’s second goal of the game 4:58 into overtime gave the Newfoundland Growlers a 4-3 victory Sunday over the Maine Mariners, completing a sweep of their four-game series in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Maine erased a 3-1 deficit in the third period on goals by Cameron Askew and Nick Jermain, who tied it with 3:41 left in regulation.

Mathew Santos scored in the first period for the Mariners, and Jeremy Brodeur made 38 saves.


EUROPEAN TOUR: Ryan Fox secured the biggest title of his career by winning the Ras Al Khaimah Classic by five shots in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.


It was the 211th-ranked New Zealander’s first victory in a 72-hole format on the European tour.

Ross Fisher finished second after a closing 66.

PGA: Scottie Scheffler beat Ryder Cup teammate Patrick Cantlay on the third hole of a playoff in the WM Phoenix Open at Scottsdale, Arizona, making a 25-foot birdie putt that had just enough momentum to tumble in.

Cantlay missed an 11-foot birdie try after Scheffler holed his putt.

Scheffler birdied four of the final six holes in regulation for a 4-under 67 to match Cantlay at 16-under 268. Cantlay, playing a group ahead of Scheffler, had a bogey-free 67.



NBA: Anthony Edwards celebrated a milestone by scoring 37 points and leading the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 129-120 victory over the Indiana Pacers at Indianapolis.

Edwards became the fourth-youngest player in NBA history to reach the 2,500-point mark when he made his first basket of the game. The second-year forward is 20 years, 192 days old. LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Devin Booker are the only younger players to achieve the feat.

Oshae Brissett had a season-high 22 points and matched his career high with 13 rebounds for Indiana, which has lost six in a row. Tyrese Haliburton added 22 points and 16 assists, one short of tying his career high in just his second game with the Pacers.

• The Milwaukee Bucks are optimistic that guard Pat Connaughton will return before the end of the regular season as he prepares to undergo surgery on his broken right hand.

Connaughton suffered the injury Thursday while fouling Chris Paul on a drive to the basket late in the third quarter of a 131-107 loss at Phoenix. The Bucks later confirmed he had a fourth metacarpal fracture on his right hand.



ENGLAND: Fabinho scored from close range on his own rebound in the 40th minute, and Liverpool continued its pursuit of Manchester City in the Premier League title race with a 1-0 victory at last-place Burnley.

The win in challenging conditions returned second-place Liverpool to within nine points of City. The Reds also have a game in hand.

• West Ham’s week of controversy ended with some relief after Craig Dawson scored a late equalizer off his shoulder to earn a 2-2 draw at Leicester.

Dawson salvaged a point in the first minute of second-half stoppage time after Jarrod Bowen put the Hammers ahead in the 10th.

Central defender Kurt Zouma was in the initial lineup but did not play after he was reported to be feeling sick with problems with his vision. His withdrawal came at the end of a week in which he was fined two weeks’ wages and lost his Adidas sponsorship after he was filmed kicking and slapping his cat.

• Wolverhampton took advantage of dreadful defending by Tottenham to win 2-0 and strengthen its hopes of a top-four finish.


Wolves scored both their goals in the opening 18 minutes, through Raul Jimenez and Leander Dendoncker, as they moved within four points of fourth-place West Ham with two games in hand.

GERMANY: Marco Reus scored twice to lead Borussia Dortmund to a 3-0 win at Union Berlin and cut Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga lead to six points.

SWITZERLAND: U.S. national team striker Jordan Pefok scored his career-high 19th goal of the season, helping Young Boys beat visiting Basel 3-1 in the Swiss Super League.


ABN AMRO: Felix Auger-Aliassime won his first career title his his ninth ATP final, upsetting top-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4, 6-2 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

DALLAS OPEN: Reilly Opelka won his third ATP Tour title, beating Jenson Brooksby in straight sets in an all-American final.


The second-seeded Opelka won all 46 service games during the tournament and faced just one break point, which came in the second set of his 7-6 (5), 7-6 (4) victory.

ARGENTINA OPEN: Casper Ruud of Norway beat home-crowd favorite Diego Schwartzman 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 in Buenos Aires to win the Argentina Open for the second time in three years.

ST. PETERSBURG LADIES TROPHY: Anett Kontaveit overcame Maria Sakkari 5-7, 7-6 (4), 7-5 in the final for her fourth straight indoor title.

It was the Estonian player’s 20th consecutive indoor win, which includes her runs to titles at Ostrava, Moscow and Cluj-Napoca at the end of last season.


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