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SENIOR ATHLETICS

Vermont Senior Games Track and Field championships on June 28

S. BURLINGTON -- The Vermont Senior Games will hold its state track and field championships on June 28 at South Burlington High School.

The games are open to anyone who turns 50 by Dec. 31, 2014. The meet begins at 8 a.m. and serves as a qualifier for the 2015 national championships.

The Vermont meet is an "open meet," open to Vermont residents and non-residents. Fees are $25 for competing in four or fewer events, and $35 for five or move events.

Track events include the 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 meter runs. Field events are the shot put, discus, javelin, high jump, long jump and triple jump. No pole vault or hammer throw will be held this year.

To register on-line or for more information, go to www.vermontseniorgames.org. For additional information, contact track and field coordinator Barbara Jordan at 658-4486 or barbarajordan@moomail.net.



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GOLF

Trevor Murphy Ties for 15th at Cleveland Open

WESTLAKE, Ohio -- Trevor Murphy is in the hunt at the Web.com tour's current stop at the Cleveland Open.

The St. Johnsbury native was one of many who found the Lakewood Country Club's par-71 course to their liking at Thursday's opening round. Sixty-one players beat par, with Murphy's 2-under 69 putting him in a 15th-place tie with 24 other players.

The tournament features a field of 156 golfers competing over 72 holes of stroke play for a purse of $600,000. Many greats have won it. Arnold Palmer won the first Cleveland Open in 1963 after defeating Tony Lema and Tommy Aaron in a playoff, and two-time major winner Dave Stockton won the 1968 event.

ST. JUDE CLASSIC: In Memphis, Phil Mickelson talked of finishing off rounds coming into the tounament, and he did just that Thursday with a 3-under 67 in the opening round at the TPC Southwind.

Mickelson birdied three of his final four holes for his first round in the 60s since the third round at the Wells Fargo Championship. He hadn't shot below 70 since then, missing the cut at the Players Championship and tying for 49th at Memorial last week.

He is among the players here tuning up for the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, and Retief Goosen was the clubhouse leader with a 66.

Play was delayed Thursday afternoon for a thunderstorm, and tournament officials closed the course to fans for the rest of the day.

COLLEGE HOOP

John Calipari Inks 7-year, $52.5M Deal with UK

LOUISVILLE, KY -- Kentucky signed coach John Calipari to a new seven-year, $52.5 million contract, the school announced Thursday.

Calipari led the Wildcats to the school's 16th Final Four appearance this past season.

Calipari will receive a package of $6.5 million next season and $8 million each of the final three seasons.

He will make a base salary of $400,000 per year through 2020-21, but he can make millions more annually in endorsements and retention bonuses. For example, his guaranteed compensation for 2014-15 includes the base salary of $400,000, a retention bonus of $1.6 million and media/endorsements of $4.5 million.

NFL

Elway's Son Pleads Not Guilty to Assaulting Woman

DENVER -- Jack Elway, the son of Denver Broncos general manager John Elway, has pleaded not guilty to charges that he assaulted his girlfriend and pulled her from a car by her hair.

Court records show 24-year-old John Albert Elway entered the plea on Wednesday. He was charged with assault and disturbing the peace after the Saturday incident near a college campus in downtown Denver.

Police reports show Elway's girlfriend told officers he shoved her to the ground when she tried to get back into the car, causing scrapes.

Police say Elway then fled the scene. He is free after posting $550 bond, and a trial is scheduled for August.







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