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Logano is 3-for-3 in Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway

compiled from staff and wire reports

Ususally win Joey Logano wins the pole at the Kentucky Speedway, he wins the race.

That has been true in 2008, 2009 and now 2010.

The 20-year-old dominated on Saturday in winning his third straight Meijer 300 from the pole position. The victory was his first in 10 Nationwide Series starts in the number 20 Toyota this season.

Joey Logano (jgr)

Carl Edwards stayed with Logano for several laps and gained on him in the final laps, but wound up second in the number 60 Ford.

Series points leader Brad Keselowski finished third in the number 22 Dodge.

Logano made history in 2008 when, in his third career Nationwide Series start, he won the Meijer 300 from the pole at 18 years, 21 days old.

In 2009, he again swept the pole and the race. On Saturday, he became the first Nationwide Series driver to win three consecutive races from the pole at the same track.

There were 61,000 fans at Kentucky Speedway and the witnessed Logano lead five times for a total of 106 of the 200 total laps.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Indiana boys sweep Kentucky

compiled from staff and wire reports

Ohio State-bound DeShaun Thomas scored 28 points and Terone Johnson added 25 points to lead the Indiana All-Stars complete a sweep of Kentucky with an 81-69 victory Saturday in Indianapolis.

DeShaun Thomas Ohio State bound (Bishop Luers HS photo)

Johnson, an Indianapolis North Central graduate who will be playing for Matt Painter at Purdue University, was named player of the game after shooting 9 of 16 from the field at Conseco Fieldhouse. He scored 23 points in a 100-97 win at Bellarmine University in Louisville on Friday.

Golf News: PGA Tour and LPGA Tour

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Robert Garrigus shot a 4-under 66 to break away from a pack and grab a two-stroke lead Saturday over Robert Karlsson of Sweden after three rounds of the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tennessee.

Robert Garrigus (pga)

it’s the first time Garrigus, who is 32-years-old has led a PGA Tour event by himself, and he surged to the number one spot on the leaderboard with four birdies and an eagle against two bogeys to reach 11-under 199.

Karlsson, who shot a 68, is within striking distance of becoming the first European to win the St. Jude Classic, the tour’s third oldest event, dating back to 1958.


The third round of the State Farm Classic was postponed due to continuous thunderstorms in Springfield, Illinois.

Carlos Santana leads Indians over Nationals

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Carlos Santana, who has been compared to former Indians star, Victor Martinez because both are Hispanic, switch-hitters and catchers has started a new era in Cleveland.

Carlos Santana (MiLB)

The rookie homered and drove in three runs in his second major league game enabling the Indians to beat the Washington Nationals, 7-1. That victory gives the Indians a four-game winning streak.

The 24-year-old phenom had a 2-run double in a four-run 2nd inning that put Cleveland up 5-0. His teammates gave him both balls from his double and home run and he said they’ll go to his mother.

The winning pitcher was Fausto Carmona who evens his record at 5-5. He faced only 28 batters in the game, one over the minimum and threw 22 of 28 first pitch strikes. He was aided by two double plays.

Hewitt upsets Roger Federer in Germany

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Eighth-seeded Lleyton Hewitt beat Roger Federer for the first time in 16 matches as he won the finals of the Gerry Weber Open title in Halle, Germany.

Lleyton Hewitt (atp)

The 29-year-old Australian won the grass-court tournament 3-6, 7-6 (4), 6-4 Sunday in his first final of the season.

Number 1-seeded Federer, who was going after his sixth title in the Gerry Weber Open, had won his previous 29 matches at the Wimbledon warmup tournament.

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