Jamie Donaldson kept his three-shot lead through the third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City, South Africa.
The Welshman had six birdies and a bogey in a five-under 67 to stay ahead of American Ryan Moore and Denmark's Thomas Bjorn. Donaldson had a 16-under 200 total.
Sweden's Henrik Stenson was five strokes back along with Spain's Sergio Garcia and Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee.
Wales' Stuart Manley moved into position for his first European Tour title, shooting a four-under 66 to take the third-round lead in the Hong Kong Open.
Manley had a 10-under 200 total in the event. Australia's Wade Ormsby and India's Shiv Kapur shot 66 to pull within a stroke.
Thailand's Pornanong Phatlum rallied to win the Dubai Ladies Masters, hitting a 54-degree wedge to two feet on the par-five final hole for a birdie and a one-stroke victory over American Stacy Lewis.
The 24-year-old Phatlum closed with a six-under 66 to finish at 15-under 273 in the Ladies European Tour's season-ending event.
Report: Selig denied A's San Jose move
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig formally informed the Oakland A's in the summer that the team's bid to move San Jose had been denied.
The San Jose Mercury News reported Saturday that a letter from Selig to the team surfaced in a federal court filing Friday night. MLB disclosed the letter's existence as part of its legal argument to dismiss what remains of an antitrust lawsuit San Jose filed against the league over the A's future stadium plans.
The court filing says Selig sent the letter to the club on June 17. The next day, San Jose sued, accusing MLB of antitrust violations.
The Palm Beach Post reported that Jimbo Fisher, coach of the top-rated Florida State Seminoles, has agreed to new contract with the school that will pay him about $4.1 million per year over five to seven years.
The Baltimore Ravens activated tight end Dennis Pitta on Saturday, one day before their game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Streaming beat Taste Like Candy by 11/2 lengths to win the $500,000 Hollywood Starlet for Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert at Betfair Hollywood Park.
Ridden by Martin Garcia, Streaming ran 11/16 miles on the Cushion Track in 1:44.96 and paid $23.60, $11 and $6.80 at 10-1 odds.
Taste Like Candy returned $4.60 and $3.60, while Untapable was another 11/4 lengths back in third and paid $4.40 to show.
In the $151,000 Bayakoa Stakes, Broken Sword led all the way to win by 41/4 lengths.
Saying she felt “much more like myself” than in her season debut a day earlier, Lindsey Vonn finished 11th in a World Cup downhill Saturday at Lake Louise, Canada.
Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany crossed in 1 minute 55.09 seconds to win a second consecutive downhill and take the lead in the overall World Cup standings.
At Park City, Utah, the U.S. women's bobsled team swept the podium in a World Cup race for the first time. Elana Meyers and Aja Evans won their second gold medal in two days, and Jamie Greubel and Lolo Jones tied for second with Jazmine Fenlator and Lauryn Williams to finish the sweep.
The USC men's water polo team will contend for a sixth consecutive national championship on Sunday after a 10-3 victory over St. Francis Brooklyn in the semifinals of the 2013 NCAA Championships at Stanford. Top-seeded USC (27-4) will face No. 2 Pacific. The Tigers beat third-seeded Stanford, 11-10.
Katie Ledecky shattered the U.S. record in the 1,650-yard freestyle at the Winter National Championships in Knoxville, Tenn. Ledecky's time of 15 minutes 15.17 seconds was more than nine seconds faster than the U.S. record of 15:24.35 set by Katie Hoff in 2008.
WBA and WBO super-bantamweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux retained his titles with a 12-round, unanimous decision over former two-time bantamweight champion Joseph Agbeko in Atlantic City, N.J.
Paulie Malignaggi won a unanimous decision against Zab Judah in a welterweight bout at Brooklyn's Barclays Center that had many in the crowd of 9,363 booing the lack of action.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun