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Dislocated shoulder sidelines B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay

Dislocated shoulder sidelines B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay

SURREY, B.C. — Yet another injury has Travis Lulay back on the sidelines. The veteran B.C. Lions quarterback had his left shoulder dislocated when he was tackled by Montreal Alouettes defensive end John Bowman in the first quarter of Friday's game.
Messi scores another hat trick, Mbappe's mistake sinks PSG

Messi scores another hat trick, Mbappe's mistake sinks PSG

PARIS — If the World Cup had given the impression that Lionel Messi was slipping down soccer's pecking order, the Argentine star made it clear he remains at the top of his game.
Roosevelt's dip in production emblematic of Riders' offensive struggles

Roosevelt's dip in production emblematic of Riders' offensive struggles

REGINA — Naaman Roosevelt expected to be a vital cog in the Saskatchewan Roughriders' offence again in 2018. The receiver was named the Riders' Most Outstanding Player in 2016 after gaining 1,095 yard on 76 catches in just 11 games.
Slaying of star golfer from Spain shocks Iowa college town

Slaying of star golfer from Spain shocks Iowa college town

AMES, Iowa — A star collegiate golfer from Spain was attacked and killed by a homeless stranger while she was playing a round alone near her campus in Iowa, police said Tuesday.

Canada falls 3-1 to France at men's volleyball world championship

RUSE, Bulgaria — Canada dropped its second straight match at the world men's volleyball championship on Wednesday, falling 3-1 to France. Set scores were 25-22, 25-21, 22-25, 25-17.

Toronto Wolfpack forward Jack Bussey banned 10 games for biting and high tackle

Toronto Wolfpack forward Jack Bussey has been suspended for 10 games — eight for biting and two for a high tackle.
In midst of MLS playoff push, Toronto FC shifts attention to Campeones Cup

In midst of MLS playoff push, Toronto FC shifts attention to Campeones Cup

Toronto FC said all the right things Tuesday in the buildup to the inaugural Campeones Cup.
Ujiri not concerned about Leonard's commitment to Raptors, saying he's 'happy'

Ujiri not concerned about Leonard's commitment to Raptors, saying he's 'happy'

TORONTO — Kawhi Leonard is happy and healthy, says Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri. Leonard, the centrepiece of one of the NBA's biggest off-season trades, has yet to address the Toronto media.
After solid year on feeder circuit, Canada's Sloan ready to hang with PGA's best

After solid year on feeder circuit, Canada's Sloan ready to hang with PGA's best

The last time Roger Sloan had long hair, he was playing on the PGA Tour. After a tie for second at Sunday's Albertsons Boise Open, the native of Meritt, B.C. locked up a return to the top circuit in men's golf.
2018-19 OHL Preview: North Bay Battalion coach Stan Butler still going strong

2018-19 OHL Preview: North Bay Battalion coach Stan Butler still going strong

TORONTO — Stan Butler has a resume that would make professional hockey teams take notice, but the Ontario Hockey League's longest-serving head coach says his passion for the junior game is what drives him after more than two decades behind the bench.