Blaze Jordan belted a three-run homer in the first inning, Kyle Teel and Roman Anthony also went deep, and the Portland Sea Dogs snapped a three-game losing streak with a 10-5 win over the Reading Fightin Phils in an Eastern League game Sunday in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Jordan was 3 for 5 with four RBI, and Teel and Kristian Campbell each finished with three hits and three runs scored. Everyone in Portland’s lineup had at least one hit.

Isaac Coffey was credited with the victory after pitching three hitless innings in relief of Bryan Mata, who worked the first two innings in a rehab start. Mata struck out two, walked none and gave up one hit.


NASCAR: Ryan Blaney dominated the inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race at Iowa Speedway for his first victory of the season and a spot in the playoffs.


Blaney led four times for a career-high 201 laps, finishing 0.716 seconds ahead of William Byron for his 11th Cup victory. The defending series champion went into the race 12th in the standings.

Chase Elliott was third. Christopher Bell, who had to start from the back of the field in a backup car after crashing during practice Friday, finished fourth.

LE MANS: Ferrari made it two victories in a row as it outlasted Toyota to win a weather-affected 24 Hours of Le Mans, with the trio of Nicklas Nielsen, Antonio Fuoco and Miguel Molina crossing the line in the No. 50 car 14 seconds ahead of the No. 7 of Nyck de Vries, Kamui Kobayashi and Jose Maria Lopez.


WNBA: Caitlin Clark overcame another physical challenge from the Chicago Sky, finishing with 23 points, nine assists and eight rebounds to lead the Indiana Fever to a 91-83 victory at Indianapolis.

Aliyah Boston had her third straight double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Fever (5-10) won back-to-back games for the first time this season.


There were several heated moments during the game, including Reese hitting a driving Clark in the head while trying to block a shot in the third quarter. The call was upgraded to a flagrant-1 after a review.

• Kahleah Copper scored 30 points, Brittney Griner added a season-high 28, and the Phoenix Mercury never trailed in an 87-78 victory over the visiting Seattle Storm.

• Allisha Gray scored 25 points, Tina Charles added a double-double, and the Atlanta Dream pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the visiting Los Angeles Sparks, 87-74.


EURO 2024: Riot police in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, intervened to stop brawling fans before Sunday’s match between Serbia and England.

Social media footage showed men throwing chairs at each other outside a restaurant festooned with Serbian flags. Reporters who arrived shortly after the fighting found the street littered with broken glass and tables as several dozen police officers stood by.


There was no immediate information about injuries.
• Jude Bellingham scored on a stooping header after Bukayo Saka’s cross in the 13th minute, giving England a winning start by beating Serbia, 1-0.
• Christian Eriksen scored the opening goal for Denmark in a 1-1 draw with Slovenia in Stuttgart, Germany.

It was Eriksen’s first match at the Euros since suffering a cardiac arrest in Denmark’s tournament opener in 2021.
• Netherlands forward Wout Weghorst struck with a low left-foot shot in the 83rd minute on his first touch after coming in as a sub, lifting his team to a 2-1 win over Poland in Hamburg, Germany.

Poland was forced to cope without its injured star, Robert Lewandowski, but got a goal from his replacement, former New England Revolution striker Adam Buksa.


LPGA: Lilia Vu won the Meijer LPGA Classic in a playoff at Grand Rapids, Michigan, in her return from a back injury, spoiling Lexi Thompson’s bid for her first victory in five years.

Playing for the first time since the Ford Championship in late March in Arizona, Vu beat Thompson and third-round leader Grace Kim with a 5-foot birdie putt on the third extra hole.


Vu birdied the par-5 18th in regulation for a 7-under 65, then twice more to match Thompson and Kim – who began the day five strokes ahead of Thompson and eight clear of Vu – on the first two playoff holes.

Vu birdied four of the last six holes in regulation to match Thomson and Kim at 16-under 272.


U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS: A night after setting a world record in the 100-meter butterfly semifinals, Gretchen Walsh earned her first trip to the Olympics, by winning the final in Indianapolis against a loaded field.

Facing three medalists from the Tokyo Games, Walsh finished in 55.31 seconds, beating Torri Huske (55.52) and Regan Smith (55.62).

Carson Foster knocked off Tokyo gold medalist Chase Kalisz in the final of the men’s 400-meter individual medley, joining Walsh as a first-time Olympics qualifier.


In Sunday’s only other final, Nic Fink won the men’s 100-meter breaststroke.


BASEBALL: Jaime Ferrer hit two homers, Carson Dorsey turned in a third straight strong start, and Florida State stayed alive in the College World Series with a 7-3 win over Virginia in an elimination game at Omaha, Nebraska.


OLYMPICS: Andy Murray is not “100% sure” he will play at a fifth Olympics despite his selection for the Paris Games.

Murray, who back in February signaled his intention to retire later this year, has been granted a place in singles due to being a former Grand Slam winner and the Olympic gold medalist in 2012 and 2016. He said his decision about playing will depend on his health.

Team GB announced its tennis squad for Paris at Queen’s Club on Sunday, and while Murray is currently only down to play singles, he has also been nominated for a place in doubles alongside Dan Evans.

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