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The victory lap around Lamade Stadium never gets old for Japan, nor does the players' ritual of scooping up some souvenir dirt near the mound after another Little League World Series triumph.
Ryusei Hirooka lined a decisive two-run double in the bottom of the fifth inning, Shunpei Takagi hit two solo home runs, and Tokyo beat Chula Vista, Calif., 6-4 on Sunday to win the Little League World Series.
Mark Sanchez's banged-up right shoulder will keep him out of the New York Jets' preseason finale.
Justin Wilson avoided all the drama at Sonoma Raceway on the way to a strong result.
Masters champion Adam Scott won The Barclays on Sunday after everyone around him did their best to lose it.
Daily threats. Blaring headlines. Charges and countercharges.
Matt Kenseth had old tires, a sputtering gas tank and Kasey Kahne in his rearview mirror in the closing laps of a race for the third time this season. The result was the same as it was in Las Vegas, same as it was in Kansas. Kenseth won again.
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan was blunt with rookie running back Chris Thompson. "No matter how good you are, if you fumble you can't play," Shanahan said after Thompson's second turnover in two preseason games on Saturday afternoon against the Buffalo Bills.
The best men's tennis players in the world have once again gathered in New York, and they figure to make themselves at home. As the U.S. Open begins Monday, American threats are once again lacking in the men's draw.