Scott leads McIlroy by 4 shots at Australian Open
SYDNEY — Adam Scott shot a 4-under 68 today to take a four-shot lead over Rory McIlroy heading into the final round of the Australian Open and move closer to a Australian triple crown.
Scott is trying to match Robert Allenby's 2005 accomplishment of winning the Open, Australian Masters and Australian PGA in succession. Scott won the Masters at Augusta in April.
Scott shot a course record 62 on the first day and followed with a second-round 70. Today's round of six birdies and two bogeys moved him to 16-under 200 for the tournament.
Vogelsong agrees to 1-year contract to stay with Giants
SAN FRANCISCO — Right-hander Ryan Vogelsong is staying with the San Francisco Giants, agreeing to terms on a one-year contract Friday.
The Giants declined to exercise Vogelsong's $6.5 million contract option for 2014 on Nov. 4, but the parties agreed to keep open the possibility of potential negotiations down the road during free agency. General manager Brian Sabean and Evans have been committed to keeping their pitching staff intact as best as possible, which they have done while also adding right-hander Tim Hudson on $23 million, two-year contract Nov. 19.
No. 13 Penn State surges past Oregon State 61-56
FREEPORT, Bahamas — Tori Waldner and Dara Taylor scored the first six points of the second half in a 90-second burst as no. 13 Penn State surged ahead of Oregon State en route to a 61-56 victory in the Junkanoo Jam in a high school gym on Friday.
High-scoring (92 ppg), 3-point-shooting Oregon State (4-1) led for much of the first half, forcing nine Penn State turnovers, holding the Nittany Lions to 21 percent shooting and leading 21-14 by 5:50 of the opening period.
The Lions (4-1), whose only loss has been to top-ranked UConn, overcame the cold start with a 10-2 run to close 27-26 by the break.
Jamie Weisner scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Beavers.
Compiled from wire reports