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TUESDAY’S RESULTS

FIELD HOCKEY

South Coast Conference semifinal

Somerset Berkley 5, Old Rochester 0

BOYS GOLF

Case 263, Bourne 264

Rivers 4, BB&N 3

GIRLS GOLF

Brookline 6, Weymouth 0

Duxbury 6, Silver Lake 0

Monomoy 5 ½, Falmouth ½

Nauset 4, Dennis-Yarmouth 3

BOYS LACROSSE

Natick 15, Waltham 1

SAILING

Nauset 2, Falmouth 1

Wayland 3, Dover-Sherborn 0

BOYS SOCCER

Lynn English 3, Lynn Classical 1

VOLLEYBALL

South Coast Conference semifinal

Old Rochester 3, Greater New Bedford 0

 

TUESDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

FIELD HOCKEY

Cami Crook notched a hat trick, and also tacked on two assists as Somerset Berkley advanced to the South Coast Conference title game with a 5-0 blanking of Old Rochester.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Maggie Brogioli recorded eight kills and seven digs as well as 10 service points as Old Rochester defeated Greater New Bedford, 3-0, in a South Coast Conference semifinal.

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The MIAA announced  that Rhino Rugby will continue to serve as the official ball sponsor of the 2021 MIAA Rugby Tournament. Rhino Rugby will be providing Rhino Vortex Elite match balls, one of the most exclusive rugby balls on the market.

The Rhino Vortex Elite match ball, which is currently the official ball supplier of Rugby Europe and Rugby Asia, has patented aerodynamic properties. In addition, Rhino is the official ball and equipment supplier of the New England Freejacks and Major League Rugby.

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Television and radio – July 17, 2021

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On the air Listings are for Oceanic and Hawaiian Telcom analog/digital. *—premium station. **—retelecast. ***—delayed. Check your TV guide for latest updates. TODAY     TIME TV CH HT AUTO RACING NASCAR Xfinity: Ambetter Vaccinated 200 9 a.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 Camping World SRX Series 2 p.m. KGMB 7 7 BASEBALL: MLB Rangers at Blue Jays 9:07 a.m. MLBN NA/208* 95 Indians at Athletics 10:07 a.m. FS1 NA/214 75 Padres at Nationals 1:05 p.m. BSSD NA/227 NA Giants at Cardinals 1:15 p.m. KHON 3 3 Dodgers at Rockies 2:10 p.m. SNLA NA/217 NA Mariners at Angels 3:07 p.m. BSW 20/226 81* BASKETBALL: NBA Finals Game 5: Bucks at Suns 3 p.m. KITV 4 4 BASKETBALL: BIG3 Week 2 8 a.m. KGMB 7 7 BASKETBALL: The Basketball Tournament Team DRC vs. Herd That 6 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 WoCo Showtime vs. Best Virginia 8 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 Georgia Kingz vs. Team 23 11 a.m. ESPN2 21/224 74 BOXING Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Carlos Castano 3 p.m. SHO NA/633* 451* CYCLING: Tour de France Stage 20 1:30 a.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 EXTREME SPORTS X Games*** 8 a.m. KITV 4 4 Summer X Games, day 2 2 p.m. ESPN2 21/224 74 GOLF PGA: 2021 Open Championship, third rd. midnight GOLF 30/216 86 PGA: 2021 Open Championship, third rd. 1 a.m. KHNL 8 8 Ladies Euro: Team Series, London-second rd.*** 1 a.m. GOLF 30/216 86 U.S. Girls’ Junior, championship 7 a.m. GOLF 30/216 86 LPGA: Bay Invitational, final rd. 10 a.m. KGMB 7 7 PGA: Barbasol Championship, third rd. 10 a.m. GOLF 30/216 86 PGA: 2021 Open Championship, final rd. 10 p.m. GOLF 30/216 86 HORSE RACING Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series 11 a.m. KHNL 8 8 Diana Stakes 11:30 a.m. KHON 3 3 MIXED MARTIAL ARTS: UFC Fight Night Makhachev vs. Moises – Prelims 1 p.m. ESPN 22/222 70 Makhachev vs. Moises 4 p.m. ESPN 22/222 70 RUGBY: Major League LA at Utah 2 p.m. CBSSN NA/247* 83 SOCCER USL: San Antonio vs. Colorado Springs 8 a.m. ESPN2 21/224 74 MLS: Revolution at Atlanta United 11 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 Canadian: Cavalry vs. HFX Wanderers 1 p.m. FSP NA/231* NA CONCACAF Gold Cup: Qatar vs. Grenada 1:30 p.m. FS1 NA/214 75 CONCACAF Gold Cup: Honduras vs. Panama 4 p.m. FS1 NA/214 75 MLS: Galaxy vs. Whitecaps 4 p.m. SPCSN 23/218 69 TENNIS ATP: Bastad/Hamburg/Newport, semis. midnight TENNIS NA/243* 84* WTA: Budapest/Lausanne/Prague, semis. midnight TENNIS NA/243* 84* ATP: Hall of Fame Open, semis 7 a.m. TENNIS NA/243* 84* SUNDAY     TIME TV CH HT AUTO RACING Formula 1: British Grand Prix 3:55 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 NASCAR Cup: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 9 a.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 NHRA: Mile-High Nationals 10 a.m. FS1 NA/214 75 BASEBALL: MLB Teams TBA 7 a.m. TBS 28/551 121 Padres at Nationals 7:05 a.m. BSSD NA/227 NA Dodgers at Rockies 9:10 a.m. SNLA NA/217 NA Regional coverage 10 a.m. MLBN NA/208* 95 Mariners at Angels 10:07 a.m. BSW 20/226 81* Red Sox at Yankees 1 p.m. ESPN 22/222 70 BASKETBALL: Men’s Olympic Exhibition Spain at United States 3 p.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 BASKETBALL: BIG3 Week 2 9 a.m. KGMB 7 7 BASKETBALL: The Basketball Tournament Bucketneers vs. War Ready 6 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 Wichita Regional, teams TBA 10 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 CYCLING: Tour de France Stage 21 4:30 a.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 Stage 21*** 8 a.m. KHNL 8 8 EXTREME SPORTS X Games*** 8 a.m. KITV 4 4 GOLF PGA: 2021 Open Championship, final rd. 1 a.m. KHNL 8 8 Ladies Euro: Team Series, London-final rd.*** 1 a.m. GOLF 30/216 86 PGA: Barbasol Championship, final rd. 10 a.m. GOLF 30/216 86 LACROSSE: Premier League Teams TBA 1 p.m. NBCSN 19/210 87 RUGBY: Major League ATL at New England 1 p.m. FS1 NA/214 75 SOCCER MLS: Sounders at Minnesota Utd. 8 a.m. ESPN 22/222 70 CONCACAF Gold Cup: Canada at U.S.A. 11 a.m. KHON 3 3 CONCACAF Gold Cup: Haiti vs. Martinique 11 a.m. FS2 NA/241* 76* Canadian: York Unite vs. Valour 1:30 p.m. FSP NA/231* NA CONCACAF Gold Cup: El Salvador vs. Mexico 4 p.m. FS1 NA/214 75 CONCACAF Gold Cup: Trin. & Tob. vs. Guatemala 4 p.m. FS2 NA/241* 76* Canadian: Edmonton vs. Atletico Ottawa 4:30 p.m. FSP NA/231 NA TENNIS ATP: Bastad/Hamburg/Newport, final 1 a.m. TENNIS NA/243* 84* WTA: Budapest/Lausanne/Prague, final 1 a.m. TENNIS NA/243* 84* ATP: Hall of Fame Open, final 8:30 a.m. TENNIS NA/243* 84* ATP: Gstaad/Umag, early rounds 11 p.m. TENNIS NA/243* 84* WTA: Gdynia/Palermo, early rounds 11 p.m. TENNIS NA/243* 84* TRACK AND FIELD American Track League 10 a.m. ESPN2 21/224 74

 

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U.S. coach Gold backs rookie flyhalf Carty against England

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Rugby Union – Rugby World Cup 2019 – Pool C – United States v Tonga – Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka, Japan – October 13, 2019. U.S. head coach Gary Gold reacts before the match REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

July 1 (Reuters) – Selecting rookie flyhalf Luke Carty to face England at Twickenham on Sunday is a “brave” decision, said United States coach Gary Gold, but also just reward for a player who has excelled in his maiden Major League Rugby season.

The 23-year-old Carty has played for Ireland at junior level and is the younger brother of senior Irish international flyhalf Jack.

He qualifies for the U.S. through his grandparents but having only moved to California earlier this year to play for LA Gilitinis, he has been handed a debut sooner than even he might have thought.

“We think Luke has got great potential,” Gold told reporters on Thursday. “It is a tough ask for him, as it is for all great sportsmen when they get their first run at it.

“I’m sure he might have wanted potentially to have a debut in a slightly easier environment. But we back him.

“We want to be brave and reward guys who have played well. If you are good enough, you are old enough, so let’s make those tough decisions. If we get it wrong, we get it wrong and we go back to the drawing board.”

Gold is expecting a much-changed England side, who are missing their British and Irish Lions in South Africa, to throw the ball around and try and stretch the U.S., who they beat 45-7 at the 2019 World Cup in Japan.

“What makes them such a good side is the intensity and the pace that they play at, and to be able to execute their skills at that pace,” Gold says. “We are not going to get a huge amount of opportunities, but when we do we have to make them count.

“That is the biggest thing about top-level test match rugby, time and space is taken away from you. But we will only get better by playing against teams like this.

“They (England) will want to push the boundaries and play a ball-in-hand game of rugby. They are going to try and use the width of the field, ask questions of our defence and stretch us.”

The U.S. will also play Ireland in Dublin on July 10, which could be another big occasion for Carty, who is one of three new caps to start against England along with South African-born flanker Riekert Hattingh and wing Mika Kruse.

(This story was refiled to fix typo in headline.)

Reporting by Nick Said, editing by Pritha Sarkar

Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

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Warriors Center Calvin Whiting On Talkin’ Sports

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(KUTV) – The Utah Warriors clinched a playoff spot for the first time since the 2018 season in front of a sold out Zions Bank Stadium, despite falling to Rugby ATL 41-31 last Saturday night. Major League Rugby expanded their playoff picture to six teams before the start of the 2021 season, as Utah was able to snag the third and final spot out of the Western Conference and will draw the west-leading Los Angeles Giltinis at their playoff opener.

First up, the Utah Warriors will be back at home Saturday, July 17, as they host the Giltinis at the regular-season finale for both teams. Center Calvin Whiting joined Adam Mikulich on a Friday night edition of Talkin’ Sports to talk about both matches and the strides that have been made in Herriman this season.



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