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WASHINGTON -- Saeed Nelson had 22 points and nine rebounds, Mark Gasperini added 14 points and seven boards, and American beat Youngstown State 77-62 on Saturday for its second win of the season.American scored the final 14 points of the first half after holding YSU scoreless for nearly six minutes. The Eagles led by nine at the break and Youngstown State didnt hit the 30-point mark until 16:06 remaining.Delante Jones scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds for American (2-7), which has won twice in four games. The Eagles outrebounded the Penguins 46-34.Cameron Morse led Youngstown State (5-6) with 21 points and six rebounds for his 22nd 20-plus game of his career. Braun Hartfield added 12 points and Devin Haygood 10.The Penguins were just 2 of 15 from 3-point range and made just 36.5 percent overall. . There are some early surprises in the race for the Hart Trophy, but two of the contenders are the leagues biggest stars over the past decade. There are many more players in contention for the awards than just the three that Ive named, and a good or bad week can easily alter the landscape, but through the first 20 or so games of the NHL season, this is how the awards races look to me. .J. -- Josh Cribbs was in the Pro Bowl in February and out of a job six months later. . The next step is a better finish. Bae played bogey-free Friday on another gorgeous day at Riviera for a 5-under 66, giving him a one-shot lead over Aaron Baddeley and Robert Garrigus going into the weekend. .Y. -- Sabres defenceman Tyler Myers had no intention of changing his hard-hitting style before taking part in a disciplinary hearing for his illegal check to New Jersey forward Dainius Zubrus head. .com) - The game was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch.BLAINE, Minn. -- A tap-in on the final green secured the 3M Championship for Tom Pernice Jr. The final putt a hole earlier was his most-important stroke. Pernice birdied the final two holes Sunday for a one-stroke victory over Jeff Sluman and Corey Pavin. He finished with a 4-under 68 and had a 17-under 199 total at the TPC Twin Cities for his second career Champions Tour victory. Trailing Sluman by one shot at the par-3 17th, Pernice played it safe with his tee shot to the middle of the green. He then made about a 40-foot slightly downhill putt to move into a tie. "That really set everything up. It gave me a chance to make birdie on the last to win, which is a lot better than having to make birdie to get into a playoff," said Pernice, who also made a similar distance putt on Saturday to salvage bogey on No. 14. At the par-5 18th, Pernice hit his second shot from 200 yards to 8 feet and two-putted for the winning birdie. It was his first win in 51 events dating to the 2009 SAS Championship, his first event as a member of the Champions Tour. "Im just thrilled to be able to finally get the victory. Its been a long, long spell," he said. Pernice also has two PGA Tour victories. Sluman closed with a 62, and Pavin had a 66. Seeing what Sluman was shooting, Pernice stayed calm throughout the round. He had birdies on Nos. 3 and 4, and after a bogey on No. 9, made a birdie at No. 12 to get to 15 under. "I just tried to tell myself to stay patient, stay relaxed and give yourself plenty of opportunities, and I did," Pernice said. "I hit a few poor drives from time to time, but my iron shots were good, and gave myself a lot of putting opportunities. I didnt really make any until the 12th hole. ... It all worked out for the best for me and I feel fortunate enough to escape with a victory." Sluman, who began the day seven shots behind Pernice, birdied his first seven holes to get to 13 under. It is the first time since 2002, a tour player began his round with seven straight birdies. After a par at the par-3 eighth hole, Sluman birdied the par-4 ninth hole to establish a nine-hole tournament record of 28. "Any of us iis capable of doing that," he said.dddddddddddd "When its happening to you, you just kind of go along with the flow and hit your shots. Its something that doesnt happen very, very often." Sluman, who won the Liberty Mutual Insurance Legends of Golf this year with partner Brad Faxon, birdied No. 10 and parred three straight holes before a birdie on the par-4 14th put him alone in front at 16 under. He then failed to break par over the final four holes -- missing a less than 10-foot birdie putt on the last hole. "I played well coming in, but not getting birdie on either of the par 5s on the back nine obviously kind of hurt," he said. "All in all, Im very pleased with the day." Slumans score was one shot higher than the tournament record set three years ago by David Frost, and he was hoping to repeat what happened on the final day of last years event when Bernhard Langer shot a 62 to come from six back to win. Langer skipped this years tournament to play in a European Senior Tour event in Germany. Starting the day three strokes behind Pernice, Pavin was 3 under on the front nine and matched that on the back nine, including birdies on two of his final three holes. He made a long par putt on the other. "I felt comfortable out there and maybe I needed a few more holes, but Tom birdied the last two. Hats off to him," Pavin said. Pavin hasnt finished worse than 19th in his last seven starts, including third-place finishes at the last two tour majors: the U.S. Senior Open and the Senior British Open. Jay Haas, Bart Bryant and Rod Spittle tied for fourth at 14 under. Haas shot 65, Bryant 67 and Spittle 68. Kenny Perry, coming off consecutive major victories in the Senior Players Championship and U.S. Senior Open, was two shots behind coming to the final hole, but his second shot went into the water and he finished with a 67. He was 13 under along with Colin Montgomerie, Craig Stadler and Kirk Triplett. Tom Kite started the day two shots back and was hoping to become the oldest winner on 50-and-over tour history. The 63-year-old shot an even-par 72 and was one of five players to finish six shots back. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Stitched Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Store Youth NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Discount NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys White NFL Jerseys Cheap Camo China NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Jerseys NFL China ' ' '

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