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  • 11 June 2019
    导出博客文章THIBODAUX, La. -- Reserves Lafayette Rutledge scored 18 points, DeAndre Harris
    added 17 and Nicholls State rolled to an 86-55 win over Mississippi College on
    Thursday.With Rutledge hitting 6-of-12 3-pointers, the Colonels (2-1) were 14 of
    34 behind the arc and held Mississippi College to 2 of 15 from long
    range.Jonathan Bell added 13 points and Liam Thomas had 11 rebounds for
    Nicholls.Stacey Mack had 17 points and 12 rebounds for the Choctaws and Brandon
    Boston had 16 points. It was an exhibition game for Division II Mississippi
    College, which lost to Southern Mississippi in its opening exhibition
    game.Nicholls State took the lead for good, 9-8, on Bells 3-point play and a
    Thomas layup capped an 11-0 run that made it 28-13 at the 4:41 mark. The
    Colonels were up 40-23 at the break and scored the first 11 points of the second
    half, leading 51-23 after Harris 3-point play.
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    Stewart Cink on Thursday.Three days after his wife, Lisa, received a good report
    on her Stage 4 breast cancer, she was in the gallery at Sea Island as he posted
    a career-low 62 to finish one shot behind in the RSM Classic.Huge blessing, Cink
    said.It showed in his easy smile and the peaceful walk on a gorgeous day in the
    Golden Isles, a happy day in a year filled with unimaginable trials.Cink,
    winless since his British Open victory at Turnberry in 2009, stepped away from
    the PGA Tour in May when his wife was diagnosed with cancer. After nine rounds
    of chemotherapy, doctors at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston switched
    her over to what Cink described as a maintenance program.I am just really
    encouraged by the way shes been able to fight and handle it, Cink said. Shes had
    definitely a lot of ups and downs and she feels pretty well, and she got a good
    report Monday -- real good. Shes really like an inspiration for me.Mackenzie
    Hughes, the Canadian rookie, flirted with a sub-60 round until pars on the final
    three holes on the Seaside course for a 61 and a one-shot lead over Cink and
    Jonathan Byrd. All of them were at Seaside in ideal conditions for scoring.Cink
    was a strong presence, especially with his wife in the gallery.She has only
    missed one tournament since a sporadic return to golf, usually walking 18 holes.
    The exception was the St. Jude Classic at Memphis this summer, when she only
    managed nine holes each round.Cink, with six PGA Tour victories, five Ryder Cup
    teams and a claret jug from his British Open playoff victory over Tom Watson,
    was jolted when his wife was diagnosed in the spring. His primary concern was
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    CHAMPIONSHIPNAPLES, Fla. -- Shanshan Feng was right back on top of an LPGA Tour
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    Charley Hull after the first round of the CME Group Tour Championship.Coming off
    consecutive victories in Malaysia and Japan, Feng is one of nine players who
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    Beatriz Recari, Ryann OToole and Mo Martin all shot 68.Top-ranked Lydia Ko had a
    70. She needs a win this week to secure player of the year honors, Ariya
    Jutanugarn and Brooke Henderson, who like Ko are guaranteed the points crown if
    they prevail this week, each shot 72.Feng has finished no worse than a tie for
    fourth in her last seven events. She started the run with the Olympic bronze
    medal in Rio, tied for fourth at Evian in France, opened the Asia trip at home
    in China with a fourth-place tie, was second in Taiwan and tied for third in
    South Korea before winning in Malaysia and Japan. She took last week off,
    practicing only three days in Orlando.DP WORLD TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPDUBAI, United
    Arab Emirates -- Lee Westwood shot a 6-under 66 in swirling wind to take a
    one-stroke lead in the DP World Tour Championship, the European Tours season
    finale.Danny Willett and Alex Noren were best-placed of the four players bidding
    to win the Race to Dubai?title after 71s on the Earth Course at Jumeirah. Henrik
    Stenson, the points leader, shot 72. Rory McIlroy opened with a 75, ending a run
    of 28 straight rounds of par or lower in the event.Should Stenson win, he will
    be No. 1 for the second time in four years. He could even finish atop the
    standings with a top-eight finish, provided Willett doesnt win or finish second
    and Noren doesnt win.Nicolas Colsaerts and Julien Quesne were second at 67, and
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    shot 5-under 67 to share the Australian Open lead, leading American star Jordan
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