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Dayton Dragons beat Bowling Green Hot Rods 6-2

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Kevin Coddington collected two hits and scored two runs in his first game back from the DL and Efrain Contreras drove in three runs to lead the Dayton Dragons to a 6-2 victory over the Bowling Green Hot Rods before a crowd of 9,297 at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio.

Kevin Coddington (MiLB)

Efrain Contreras (MiLB)

Dragons starting pitcher Josh Ravin (1-1) collected his first win of 2010, working the first five innings. Ravin allowed three hits and two earned runs with two walks and two strikeouts. Blair Carson pitched very effectively for two and two-thirds innings in a middle relief role. Donnie Joseph recorded the final four outs for his fourth save.

Ryan Briscoe denies Will Power fourth straight Indy pole run

compiled from staff and wire reports

Ryan Briscoe snatched pole Friday for the IRL event at Kansas Speedway, preventing his teammate Will Power from taking a record-tying fourth straight pole position.

Power has been the driver to beat on the IndyCar Series this season, winning two of four races, earning three consecutive poles, but Briscoe stole back some of the limelight from his Team Penske teammate.

Ryan Briscoe (IRL)

The Australian earned his ninth career IndyCar pole. He’ll start on the front row Saturday with defending Kansas champion Scott Dixon in the 480-kilometer (300-mile) oval race.

Heavy rain and hail washed out the first practice session and pushed back the second, leaving drivers with only one hour of prep time before qualifying.

Briscoe was solid during the practice session, running a half-second slower than Dixon for the second-best time, and only made a slight adjustment before qualifying on a track that seemed to gain more grip throughtout the afternoon.

Briscoe was the 26th of 27 qualifiers, he gained just enough speed to race to his first pole of the 2010 season.

Michelle Wie leads 2nd round in Mexico; favorite Ochoa five strokes back

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA reports

Lorena Ochoa (arizona photo)

Michelle Wie played a solid round of golf despite high winds blowing through the mountainside ravines at the Tres Marias Championship, shooting a 5-under 68 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead in Morelia, Mexico.

Brittany Lincicome (67) and Japan’s Ai Miyazato (72) were tied for second place.

But Lorena Ochoa in her farewell tournament, let the gusts and emotional ups-and-downs get to her and fell five strokes off pace with a 73.

The top-ranked Ochoa, under some pressure to deliver a victory for her adoring fans in Mexico, she has won the event three times.

Wie beat the wind, and seems to love playing in Mexico where she won her first LPGA event 5 1/2 months ago in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Guadalajara which is her hometown.

Wie could have had a better second round. She pulled off a spectacular birdie on the 541-yard 16th, but then stumbled with two bogeys.

The 28-year-old Ochoa chose to play Thursday and Friday with Ai Miyazato and Natalie Gulbis. She calls Miyazato “the nicest girl on the tour,” and she grew up playing junior golf, and college golf at Arizona with Gulbis.

Tiger Woods misses cut at Quail Hollow Championship

compiled from staff and wire reports

Tiger Woods (pga)

Phil Mickelson (pga)

Tiger Woods will have the rest of the weekend off as he suffered a rarity in his career; missing the cut of a tournament. He is out of the running for the Quail Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina.

On Friday, Woods had a shocking 79 that included a stunning meltdown on the back nine. Only a stroke off the cutline at the turn, Tiger began the back nine with three straight bogeys to all but guarantee an early exit.

From there, it turned into a disaster for the world’s number 1 golfer.

Woods did show some resiliency down the stretch on the back nine, by parring out along Quail Hollow Club’s “Green Mile” of 16, 17, 18 to break an 80.

Tiger’s 43 on the back matched his worst nine on the PGA Tour. It was just his sixth missed cut of his 14-year career.

Masters champion Phil Mickelson was already off the course and in at 6 under while Woods was playing  out his round. Mickelson, after his 68, heads a group that includes Dustin Johnson (65), J.P. Hayes (64) and Paul Goydos (70).

Keselowski wins again; dominates at Richmond

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Brad Keselowski drove to his second straight NASCAR Nationwide Series victory, dominating all night and then rallying from fourth in green-white-checker finals Friday at Richmond International Raceway.

Keselowski began rebuilding his series points lead, cut to 10 points after he won at Talladega last week and then was docked 50 points for failing post-race inspection. The win gave Brad a 59-point advantage over Kevin Harvick.

Brad Keselowski (Courtesy of Nascar media)

Keselowski, an eight-time winner in his Nationwide Series career, was on pace to lead the last 192 laps, but pitted as the leader under a caution with five laps to go, handing Kyle Busch the lead.

But Brad came out of the pits by powering through the field of cars on new tires to pass Busch and teammate Justin Allgaier, who had also stayed out, to win by 0.261 seconds.

Gregg Biffle rallied from fifth on the restart to finish second. Jamie McMurray was third, followed by Busch and Carl Edwards. Allgaier was hurt by his late stretegy, falling to 15th place.

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