Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. 3 Culgoora Cres, Reedy Creek. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. Auctioneer Andrew Mills in action last weekend when he sold 1031 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley, under the hammer. Picture: Jerad WilliamsIF you want to snap up a property before the end of the financial year we have you covered.From a beachfront unit and Balinese retreat to a sprawling family home, house hunters are spoiled for choice. 331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. 331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. The residence sits on a 1571sq m fan-shaped block with about 60m of river frontage.The resort-style pool and spa, multiple entertainment decks and open living area that flows outdoors are among its standout features.“I’ve had local, interstate and overseas interest,” Ms Sherry said.“The appeal has been the Monaco St address and particularly the magnificent waterfront outlook but also the resort-style home which makes it feel like you’re on holiday.” 3 Culgoora Cres, Reedy Creek.Kicking off the morning is a four-bedroom Reedy Creek house that will be offered to the market at 10.30am.The house is set on more than 1400sq m and features a pool, landscaped gardens, and several living spaces.Jody Young and Sam Danvers of Jean Brown Properties are marketing the property.They said the vendors of 3 Culgoora Cres were determined to sell, having already committed elsewhere. 3 Culgoora Cres, Reedy Creek. “With property within The Observatory tightly held and highly sought, we encourage all potential buyers to declare their interest as we will be selling come June 30,” the listing states.Ms Young said there had been plenty of interest in the property since it was listed.“Everybody who has walked through the door has been impressed — it really has the wow factor,” she said.“It’s just so different to what is out there at the moment. It’s a large property and it’s got the infinity pool that overlooks the Gold Coast skyline.”She said she expected a big crowd on Saturday.“We know there are a lot of people in the area who are dying to see this house,” she said. 331 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters. Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. Hawthorn Football Club legend Brendan Edwards is selling his beachfront apartment in Main Beach. At noon, Sherry Smith of Ray White Prestige is taking a riverfront oasis to auction.The agent sold 331 Monaco St home to owner Shirley Mordey in 2003.“It was July 26, 2003 and she walked in for the first time on auction day and ended up buying it,” Ms Smith said.“She’s been there for 15 years and has absolutely loved living there.”The four-bedroom, two bathroom home has limestone floors, ornate carved features and thatched roof pavilions. If beachfront is more your style, checkout AFL legend Brendan Edwards’ Main Beach unit.Edwards, who played for Hawthorn from 1956 to 1963 when the league was known as the VFL, is offering his property to the market at 2pm.His two-bedroom apartment in Golden Sands on Main Beach Pde includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, open plan living areas and a huge private terrace space overlooking the beach.PRDnationwide Robina’s Justin and Barbara Johnson are marketing the property.
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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCameron Kusher Covid-19 update02:05INTEREST in off-the-plan apartments has surged across the Gold Coast in recent weeks despite the COVID-19 crisis gripping the city.New data from property website realestate.com.au revealed enquiries for new apartment developments on the Gold Coast had jumped by 15 per cent compared to this time last year.Agents are also reporting heightened interest and sales in yet-to-be-built homes across the Coast. Render of Norfolk at Burleigh Heads. Natura at Burleigh Heads.Despina Priala, principal of Priala Legal, said there were people who were still buying and selling property and for those people, it was “business as usual”.“With the social distancing laws in place, this does not prevent anyone from entering into a contract of sale at this time,” Ms Priala said.“However, you do need a solicitor who can carry out all the required steps and compliance issues for a contract of sale by remote means.“We are already drafting clauses to insert into contracts of sale for clients to cover the current COVID-19 circumstances.” Render of White Main Beach. It is currently the most searched off-the-plan project on the Gold Coast.Knight Frank Residential Projects Business Development Manager Chris Litfin said while numbers were down at sales displays, it did not indicate a drop in market demand.“We closely monitor our online activity and for the most part this has not dropped at all over the past couple of weeks,” he said.“It appears that while people have been encouraged to stay at home, their appetite for property has not diminished and they are still doing research online.Mr Litfin urged house hunters to keep a cool head and remember the property fundamentals.“The Gold Coast has been the beneficiary of strong population growth for decades and this population growth has put steady pressure on both supply and prices,” he said. MORE NEWS: Coronavirus: State to pay the rent of Queenslanders struggling after losing their jobs COVID-19 crisis: How technology will help the big players of the industry Artist impression of Spyre Group’s $77 million Natura Project at Burleigh Heads. Picture: SuppliedCBRE Residential Projects Director Nicholas Clydsdale has also experienced solid off-the-plan sales activity in recent weeks.“While people have not been actively inspecting in display suites over the past fortnight, we are seeing strong phone and online enquiry as buyers see past what may be a three to six month market aberration in a three to five year purchase horizon,” he said.Ashwin Property, which is marketing the new Serenity 4212 residential developmentin the Gold Coast North Shore, has also fast adapted to changing circumstances.“At this time our projects remain open for business and we are looking to offermore video-based presentations to prospective buyers,” said Tony Ashwin, Director of Ashwin Property.More from news02:37Gold Coast real estate: Custodian CEO John Fitzgerald urges Australians to buy more property now16 Sep 202002:37How COVID has changed spring buyer wishlists5 Sep 2020“We are constantly working to improve our digital provision of information. “At a time like this, where in-person communications are restricted, it is clear that digital communications will pose a great solution and become the way forward,” he said. White, 1/18 Tedder Ave, Main Beach Living Gems Gold Coast, 70 Hansford Road, CoombabahNorfolk, Burleigh Heads, 46 Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads Lyra, 184-192 Marina Quays Boulevard, Hope IslandNatura Burleigh Heads, 112 The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads Render of Salt Palm Beach.Marketing Projects SEQ recently launched 22 apartments off-the-plan at Salt Palm Beach.“We’ve had over 700 enquiries and are still expecting that Salt will still sell out within six months,” Ms Anderson said.“This is the highest level of pre-launch enquiry of any project our team our has ever worked on.“We’ve been working remotely with buyers via video meetings, phone meetings and electronic material.” Lyra Hope Island.Marketing Projects SEQ Managing Director Kyia Anderson shared a similar view.“There are currently some great opportunities for people as they decide, or need to change their living arrangements, property portfolios or investments,” she said.“Everyone is assessing their financial situation right now – many will make changes to be more conservative or reduce debt exposure,” she said.“Some changes will include people selling their houses and opting to purchase off-the-plan with the intention of downsizing to these apartments.” Off-the-plan projects generating the most interest. 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BACOLOD City – He was listed as the No.2 most wanted person in the police station of Sagay City, Negros Occidental. Police served the warrant against Banasinin relation to rape charge he faces, the report added. The 50-year-old Ronnie Banasin of SitioPioneer, Barangay Rizal, Sagay City was caught on the strength of an arrestwarrant on Saturday evening, a police report showed. The suspect was detained in the lockupcell of the Sagay City police station. No bail bond was recommended for histemporary liberty./PN
The East Central Trojans Wrestling team defeated The Union County Patriots 64-15 on Thursday, December 6th at EC.The Trojans earned victories over Beech Grove, Elwood, Muncie Central, and Winchester, but lost a close battle to the host Arabians at The Pendleton Heights Invite on Saturday, December 8th.EC was victorious against The Pirates at home 72-6 on Tuesday, December 11th.East Central – Media InformationThe Trojans will be back in action on Saturday, December 15th, hosting a 6-Way meet starting at 9 AM. The EC JV will have a Round Robin meet on Saturday, December 22nd, at home starting at 9 AM. The Trojans will be travelling to Madison for their invitational on December 28th and 29th.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Scott Schwartz.
The 22-year-old forward has been the subject of two rejected bids from Tottenham and seen a transfer request turned down, but speculation has persisted that he could soon be plying his trade at White Hart Lane. But Baggies chairman Jeremy Peace has moved to end such talk by revealing he has spoken to the player and told him he is staying put. West Brom have reiterated that Saido Berahino will not be sold during this summer’s transfer window. “I have informed Saido that he will not be transferred during this summer window and that he is staying at the club,” he said in a statement. “As I have made clear from the moment Tottenham lodged their first bid for Saido on August 18, selling our top goalscorer was never on our agenda this summer.” The statement from West Brom came hot on the heels of a similarly emphatic one from Everton regarding John Stones. Like with Stones and the Toffees, talk of Berahino leaving the Hawthorns has dogged the West Midlands outfit for most of the summer, but with five days to go until the transfer window shuts they want to put it to bed. Peace also indicated that Tottenham never got near their valuation of the player anyway, with Spurs’ last reported bid of £22million being swiftly rejected. “Our plans have always been based on Saido being part of our squad for the 2015-16 season,” Peace added. “But there are two other good reasons why he will not be sold. “Firstly, had we ever entertained the notion of selling him we have not received an offer anywhere near attractive enough from Tottenham Hotspur. Press Association “Not only have the offers been too low as a valuation of the player, but they have been based on stage-payments and add-ons over a long period which do nothing to reflect Saido’s ability and potential.” Peace, who has been in control at the Hawthorns since 2002, was also critical of the timing of Spurs’ push to sign their leading scorer from last year with 14 Premier League goals. He highlighted how leaving it so late would give the Baggies very little time to seek out a replacement. “I have the greatest respect for Daniel Levy but he must surely appreciate we would have needed to replace Saido had he left and no consideration of that position has been reflected by Tottenham’s strategy,” he added. “I have spoken to Saido and of course I have sympathy for him. He has been unsettled and distracted by all this and I understand that. “But I have strongly advised him to put this behind him and get back to what he does best which is to work hard for the team and score goals for Albion.” read more
Police arrested a Belle Glade woman who is accused of burglarizing multiple medical marijuana businesses in Palm Beach County.Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Teri Barbera said at 3 a.m. around 30 individuals burglarized the Miracle Leaf medical marijuana business located at 100 Sansbury Way.Police said a group fled the scene of a burglarized medical marijuana dispensary .Deputies were able to stop one of the vehicles involved in the case, which was driven by Nakeria Harris, 24, of Belle Glade.PBSO said Harris confessed to being involved in multiple business burglaries including the Miracle Leaf dispensary. They also found more than $600 worth of products belonging to Miracle Leaf.Harris was arrested Monday morning and was booked at the Palm Beach County Jail.
New York: Rafael Nadal ramped up his quest for a fourth US Open title with an impressive win over 2014 champion Marin Cilic to advance to the quarter-finals while Alexander Zverev slumped to a four-set defeat. Second seed Nadal — the winner at Flushing Meadows in 2010, 2013 and 2017 — produced some electrifying moments of brilliance to end the challenge of Croatia’s Marin Cilic 6-3 3-6 6-1 6-2 on Monday.After barely breaking a sweat in reaching the last 16, a run that included a second-round walkover, Nadal stared down his stiffest test so far to surge into a quarter-final meeting with Argentine 20th seed Diego Schwartzman.The Spaniard exchanged the first two sets with Cilic but grasped control by breaking for 3-1 in the third, a series of dazzling winners drawing an animated fist-pump from golf legend Tiger Woods at Arthur Ashe Stadium.Nadal reeled off nine games in succession across the third and fourth sets and 12 of the final 15 to nail down a 40th Grand Slam quarter-final appearance, nine of which have come at the US Open.”The emotions I have when I play here are impossible to describe. I love the sport and feel very lucky to still be playing tennis here. Eight years ago I didn’t think that would happen as my body was suffering badly,” Nadal said.”It’s a huge honor playing in front of all of you and playing in front of Tiger is a very special thing. I always say I don’t have big idols but one idol is him and I always try to follow him.”Nadal’s path to the final sees him take on Schwartzman next after the 5ft 7in (1.70m) Argentine chopped down sixth seed Zverev.”He is playing amazing, nothing new, he’s one of the players with best talent on tour,” the 18-time Grand Slam champion said of his upcoming opponent.”It will be a big challenge. I have to play my best. I’m happy for him. He’s a close friend and I hope to play a great match.”Berrettini, Monfils winZverev rolled through the opening set against Schwartzman under the roof on Ashe during a rainy afternoon session, but he lost his way to go down 3-6 6-2 6-4 6-3.The German was enjoying his deepest run in New York but committed 17 double faults and 65 unforced errors and received a point penalty for swearing as Schwartzman advanced to a second US Open quarter-final in three years.”Generally my season so far has not been the best,” said Zverev, who has reached just two quarter-finals in 18 Grand Slam appearances.Zverev said he was hindered a “very swollen” back and right hip following a fall in his previous match.”I had a lot of chances which I didn’t use early in the match. He kind of ran away with it.”Zverev lost his serve three times during the second set but appeared to have steadied himself when he moved a break ahead at 3-2 in the third, only for Schwartzman to wrest the momentum back in his favor after a lengthy sixth game.”It was tough because I was feeling I had the chance to win this and I had a few break points I could not take,” Schwartzman said.”He was up a break and then I recovered really quickly and I felt great after that.” Matteo Berrettini became just the second Italian man to progress to the US Open quarter-finals, 42 years after Corrado Barazzutti’s run to the last four in New York.Berrettini, the 24th seed, eased to a 6-1 6-4 7-6 (8/6) win over Russia’s 43rd-ranked Andrey Rublev to reach the last eight at a Grand Slam for the first time.”It’s something really crazy. I cannot believe it right now. I need a few hours to understand what happened,” said Berrettini, 23, who goes on to play French 13th seed Gael Monfils.”I’m just happy. Seeing my team and family here and crying, for me it’s unbelievable.” Berrettini went one step further than his run to the last 16 at Wimbledon in July, where he was beaten by Roger Federer.Monfils, a 2016 US Open semi-finalist, crushed the 33-year-old Andujar’s bid to become the oldest player in the Open era to reach his first Grand Slam singles quarter-final with a 6-1 6-2 6-2 rout. For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. read more
New Delhi: Indian pacer Mohammed Shami got relief in the domestic violence case filed by his estranged wife Hasin Jahan as a district court stayed an arrest warrant against him. District and Sessions Judge Rai Chattopadhyay stayed the warrant issued against Shami by the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM) on September 2. Shami had challenged the ACJM order in the District and Sessions Court. Shami’s counsel Sheikh Salim Rahaman said that it was pleaded before Judge Chattopadhyay that after filing of chargesheet in a case, the magistrate has to issue summons against the accused. Rahaman claimed that failing to appear before a court on summons may invite a warrant being issued by the magistrate. He claimed that the ACJM had instead of issuing the summons, issued a warrant of arrest against Shami.The ACJM had issued the arrest warrant against cricketer Shami, saying he should surrender within 15 days of returning to the country. Shami was on the West Indies tour with the Indian cricket team when the warrant was issued.Taking note that the pacer was away on ‘national duty’, the ACJM had kept in abeyance execution of the warrant till 15 days after his return to the country, according to Rahaman.The ACJM had directed that Shami would have to surrender before the court within 15 days of returning to India, failing which the arrest warrant would be executed against him.Jahan had filed the case of domestic violence against Shami and some of his family members in early 2018. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. read more
TAROUBA, Trinidad, (CMC) – Barbados Pride captain Shamarh Brooks narrowly missed out on a hundred and left-hander Jonathan Carter supported with a solid half-century to help their side make a strong start against Trinidad & Tobago Red Force in their Regional 4-Day Championship match on Thursday.Brooks survived a couple of chances to hit 96 and Carter made 72, but they were two of three wickets that fell in the final session to leave the Pride on 267 for five at the close, after they decided to bat on the first day of their seventh-round match at the Brian Lara Cricket Ground.Brooks, the West Indies “A” Team “Test” captain in the recent home series against Sri Lanka “A”, and sidelined West Indies One-day batsman Carter shared a third-wicket stand of 170 that dominated most of the day.But they, along with Kenroy Williams were dismissed during the final session, as the Red Force fought back, leaving all-rounders Kevin Stoute, not out on 29, and Justin Greaves, not out on 16, to bat through the remainder of the day.Off-spinner Bryan Charles has been the most successful Red Force so far, taking 2-50 from 18 overs.Pride had an unsteady start to the day, when the flashy left-handed opener Anthony Alleyne was caught behind off left-arm fast-medium bowler Daniel St. Clair for 22.Five overs later, Charles struck, when he trapped Shayne Moseley, the other left-handed opener, lbw for 20 to leave Pride 47 for two.But Carter came to the crease and with Brooks eased the tension in the dressing with periods of consolidated broken with typically enterprising strokes.They carried the Pride 88 for two at lunch and continued to score freely after the interval during a period when they both raised their half-centuries with aplomb before leading the visitors to 202 for two at tea.After the break, Carter, whose knock included seven fours and one six from 143 balls, fell within the first half-hour, when he was caught in the deep off Charles.Brooks hit 11 fours from 199 balls and followed four overs later, when he was trapped lbw to left-arm spinner Ricky Jaipaul.Pride suffered another setback, when Williams was stumped for two, charging down the pitch and being deceived by veteran leg-spinner Imran Khan to leave the visitors 234 for five, but Greaves cam,e to the crease and settled the nerves with Stoute.Pride made one change, bringing former West Indies Under-19 World Cup-winning all-rounder Shamar Springer in to replace fast bowler Keon Harding.Red Force made three changes: They brought Jaipaul, Akiel Cooper and Anderson Phillip in to replace Yannic Cariah, Tion Webster and Khary Pierre.Pride started the match placed fifth in the League table with 56.8 points and have so far added two batting points.Red Force entered the match positioned third with 67.6 points and have so far gained one bowling point, plus 0.2 pace bowling points.PRIDE 1st InningsA Alleyne lbw b Charles 20S Moseley c wkpr Jangoo b St Clair 22*S Brooks lbw b Jaipaul 96J Carter c Khan b Charles 72K Stoute not out 29K Williams st Jangoo b Khan 2J Greaves not out 16Extras (lb2, w3, nb5) 10TOTAL (5 wkts, 94 overs) 267Fall of wickets: 1-37, 2-47, 3-217, 4-227, 5-234Bowling: St Clair 13-0-48-1 (w1); Primus 16-5-51-0 (nb5, w2); Charles 18-4-50-2; Khan 32-5-70-1; Jaipaul 15-4-46-1 read more
Jamal Murray led the victory by scoring 20 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter and overtime to lead the Nuggets’ 135-125 win against Utah. Murray sealed the win on a 3-pointer with 46.8 seconds remaining.Nikola Jokic (nee-KOH’-lah YOH’-kihch) finished with 29 points and 10 rebounds in the first game of postseason.Mitchell was 19 of 33 from the floor and 13 of 13 from the free-throw line. He also had seven assists.Mitchell’s scoring spree surpassed the Jazz mark of 50 by Karl Malone on April 22, 2000, against Seattle.In other playoff-opening action: Matt Calvert, Cale Makar (mah-KAHR’) and Mikko Rantanen each had a goal and an assist for the Avs, who chased Darcy Kuemper (KEHM’-pur) from the nets after two periods. Philipp Grubauer faced just 15 shots and blanked the Coyotes until Jakob Chychryn (JAY’-kuhn CHIHK’-rihn) scored a power-play goal 13 1/2 minutes into the second period.Meanwhile, the defending Stanley Cup champs have knotted their series at two games apiece.Ryan O’Reilly scored twice and had an assist in the Blues’ 3-1 verdict over the Canucks. O’Reilly snapped a 1-1 tie seven minutes into the second period and set up Alex Pietrangelo (peh-TRAN’-jeh-loh) later in the stanza. Jake Allen stopped 23 shots for the Blues, who have won the last two games of the series. Associated Press August 18, 2020 Halep is a former top-ranked player who is currently No. 2. She won the title in Prague on Sunday. Six of the top eight women in the WTA rankings won’t play in New York, including No. 1 Ash Barty and defending champion Bianca Andreescu. UNDATED (AP) — Fernando Tatis (tah-TEES’) Jr. continues to add to his young baseball legacy.The second-year player leads the majors with 11 home runs and 28 RBIs after delivering a three-run shot and a grand slam in the Padres’ 14-4 dismantling of the Rangers. Tatis put the game out of reach with his eighth-inning blast before his bases-loaded bomb capped the Padres’ scoring in his 108th big league game. The two homers raised his average to .305.Austin Hedges also homered and Jurickson Profar (JUR’-ihk-suhn PROH’-fahr) had two RBIs for San Diego.Elsewhere in the majors:— Brad Miller hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the seventh inning of the Cardinals’ 3-1 win over the Cubs in Game 1 of a doubleheader. St. Louis improved to 3-1 since it returned Saturday after a coronavirus outbreak derailed their season, leaving them idle for weeks and resulting in 18 confirmed cases in the organization. COLLEGE FOOTBALLK-State OK’d for 25% capacity for football gamesUNDATED (AP) — Auburn football coach Gus Malzahn says his players have had 33 positive tests for COVID-19 this summer. Malzahn says his Tigers had no positive tests last week, but four players are still going through the testing protocols. He added that the school has administered 863 tests among players, an average of more than seven times each. In other college football news: UNDATED (AP) — The Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche hold three-games-to-one leads in their Stanley Cup first-round series after winning on Monday.Barclay Goodrow and Yanni Gourde (YAH’-nee gohrd) each had a goal and an assist as the Lightning downed Columbus, 2-1. Tampa Bay took control by scoring twice in the first 4:09 of the second period.Andrei Vasilevskiy (va-sih-LEHV’-skee) had 28 saves and blanked Columbus after Cam Atkinson beat him in the middle period, two minutes after Gourde gave the Bolts a two-goal lead.Also in Toronto, Jake DeBrusk scored twice while the Bruins were turning a 2-0, third-period deficit into a 4-3 win over the Hurricanes. Brad Marchand and Connor Clifton also scored in the third for Boston, which outshot the Hurricanes, 16-2 in the final 20 minutes. Justin Williams and Jordan Martinook scored to give Carolina the 2-0 lead before the Bruins ran off four straight goals. The Avalanche coasted to a 7-1 rout of the Coyotes as Nazem Kadri (NA’-zehm KA’-dree) delivered two goals and an assist. Kadri already has five goals and nine points in seven games at the Edmonton bubble. — Hyun Jin Ryu (hyoon jihn ree-OO’) pitched six innings of four-hit ball as the Blue Jays whipped the Orioles, 7-2. Randal Grichuk (GRIH’-chuhk) homered and drove in four runs to back Ryu.NFL NEWSCowboys newcomer Gerald McCoy out for season with leg injuryUNDATED (AP) — Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is out for the season after tearing the quadriceps tendon in his right leg.McCoy suffered the injury while working out against Antwaun Woods in an individual drill during the first padded practice of training camp. In other NFL news:— The Giants have cut placekicker Chandler Catanzaro, just 16 days after the team signed the veteran following the release of incumbent Aldrick Rosas. New York is in talks with former Carolina Panthers veteran Graham Gano. — Bengals cornerback Trae Waynes had surgery for a torn pectoral muscle, a significant setback to a defense in transition. The Bengals signed Waynes to a three-year deal as a free agent from Minnesota.— The Lions have signed running back Jonathan Williams, adding depth in the backfield behind Kerryon Johnson and rookie D’Andre Swift. Williams has 329 yards rushing on 79 carries with two touchdowns over parts of three seasons with the Colts, Saints and Bills. — The Washington Football Team has hired Jason Wright as team president. He’s the first Black person to hold that position in NFL history and at 38 becomes the league’s youngest team president. Wright spent seven years as an NFL running back, was an Arizona Cardinals captain and their Players Association representative. In other virus-related sports news:— The Canadian Football League has canceled its 2020 season because of the pandemic. The decision marks the first year since 1919 the Grey Cup won’t be awarded. TENNIS – US OPENHalep opts out of U.S. OpenNEW YORK (AP) — Simona Halep (see-MOH’-nah HA’-lehp) will skip the U.S. Open, saying she wants to put her health first amid the coronavirus pandemic. — Nelson Cruz Jr. smacked a pair of solo homers and six pitchers combined on a seven-hitter in the Twins’ 4-1 victory against the Royals. Cruz surpassed Duke Snider and tied Mark Teixeira (teh-SHEHR’-uh) with his 409th career homer, good for 55th all-time.— Tim Anderson and Luis Robert each hit two of the White Sox’s six home runs in a 7-2 decision over the Tigers. Yoan Moncada and Danny Mendick also left the yards for Chicago, which banged out four consecutive home runs in Sunday’s win over the Cardinals.— Kike (KEE’-kay) Hernandez launched a two-run homer that capped the Dodgers’ five-run eighth in their sixth straight win, 11-9 against the Mariners. Mookie Betts also homered and Corey Seager added a three-run blast for Los Angeles. — David Peralta slapped a bases-loaded single with one out in the ninth inning to give the Diamondbacks their fifth straight win and ninth in 12 games, 4-3 over the Athletics. Nick Ahmed atoned for a game-tying error by leading off the ninth with a double and scoring the winning run, helping Arizona move above .500 for the first time this season.— The Angels came away with a 7-6 win over the Giants after Tommy La Stella hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning. Mike Trout hit his 10th homer and Albert Pujols had a two-run double to help Los Angeles halt a four-game slide. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA-PLAYOFFSMitchell’s 57 not enough vs. NuggetsLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Donovan Mitchell shattered the Utah Jazz playoff record for points in a game as the NBA embarked on its bubble playoffs near Orlando. But his 57-point performance wasn’t enough for the Jazz to avoid a loss to the Denver Nuggets. Update on the latest sports NHL-PENGUINS-MALKINMalkin undergoes elbow surgeryPITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin has undergone left elbow surgery. The team did not provide specifics on the nature of Malkin’s injury or when it occurred. The 34-year-old Malkin led the Penguins with 74 points during the regular season but was ineffective during a four-game loss to Montreal in the qualifying round of the playoffs. MLB-SCHEDULETatis batters Rangers — The Cubbies ended the season-worst, four-game skid in the nightcap as David Bote (BOH’-tee) belted a three-run homer in a four-run sixth that pushed them to a 5-4 victory. St. Louis wasted a big performance by Miller, who homered twice and drove in three runs in Game 2.— Dansby Swanson slammed a two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to cap the Braves’ four-run rally against Daniel Hudson in a 7-6 triumph over the Nationals. Washington led 6-3 in the ninth until Adam Duvall hit a two-run shot.— Pete Alonso and Robinson Cano (kah-NOH’) each homered twice as the Mets crushed the Marlins, 11-4 to end a three-game losing streak. Alonso and Cano each had three of New York’s 14 hits.— Luke Voit (voyt) homered twice in the Yankees’ 10th consecutive win over the rival Red Sox, 6-3. Aroldis (ah-ROHL’-dihs) Chapman picked up the save in his return from the COVID-19 injured list, helping New York get its sixth straight victory overall.— Carlos Correa hit a two-run double to back a strong start by rookie Brandon Bielak in the Astros’ fifth win in a row, 2-1 versus the Rangers. Bielak allowed one hit and one run in six innings to move to 3-0. — Fred VanVleet scored 30 points and led the Toronto Raptors’ sizzling 3-point attack in a 134-110 romp over Brooklyn. The defending champs were 22 of 44 from beyond the arc, with VanVleet hitting eight of his 10 attempts. Toronto’s accuracy from beyond the arc helped the Raptors grab a 68-35 lead with less than five minutes left in the first half. Serge Ibaka (ih-BAH’-kah) scored 22 points off the bench for the Raptors, while Pascal Siakam (see-AK’-ihm) had 18 points and 11 rebounds.— Jayson Tatum had career playoff highs of 32 points and 13 rebounds to guide the Celtics to a 109-101 victory over the 76ers. Tatum scored 15 points in the second quarter to give the Celtics a 55-49 lead at halftime. Kemba Walker added 19 points for the Boston, which scored 16 points off Philadelphia’s 13 turnovers. Joel Embiid (joh-EHL’ ehm-BEED’) had 26 points and 16 rebounds for the 76ers, who nearly pulled off the win while All-Star guard Ben Simmons sits out indefinitely after left knee surgery. — Kawhi (kah-WY’) Leonard had 29 points and 12 rebounds, and the Clippers got a big boost from the ejection of Kristaps Porzingis (KRIHS’-tahps pohr-ZIHN’-gihz) to beat the Mavericks. 118-110. Los Angeles pulled into the lead when Porzingis was ejected for picking up his second technical foul in the third quarter. Paul George added 27 points and Marcus Morris had 19 for the Clippers. Dallas lost despite 42 points, nine assists and seven rebounds from Luka Doncic (DAHN’-chihch). NHL PLAYOFFS-SCHEDULEBolts, B’s, Avs up 3-1 — Kansas State will allow 25% capacity at its football stadium for games this season after getting approval Monday from the county commission. That means a maximum crowd of just under 15,000 fans. — Mississippi starting center Eli Johnson says he won’t play football this season. Johnson announced on Twitter that he’ll sit out the season and focus on completing his master’s degree in criminal justice in December. VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSNo fans at Mercedes-Benz Stadium through Sept.UNDATED (AP) — There will be no fans at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium for NFL and MLS games played in September. The Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United say the coronavirus pandemic forced the decision. The teams say they will continue to collaborate with local and national health officials before deciding on the possibility for fans in games after September. read more