Showalters to host KidsPeace Trick or Trot 5K at Camden Yards on Saturday
Oct 27, 2015 at 3:00 AM
Orioles manager Buck Showalter and his wife, Angela, will host the KidsPeace Trick or Trot 5K for the sixth straight year to raise money for youth in foster care. The family-friendly Halloween-themed race begins at 8 a.m. Saturday at Camden Yards. Runners will run through the Inner Harbor and finish the race on the ballpark's field with the Oriole Bird. Prizes will be awarded to top runners and age-group winners and for the best costumes. Register online at kidspeace5k.org or in person Friday night at Dempsey's Brew Pub.
Boxing: Tiara Brown of Oxon Hill defeated Amelia Moore of Millersville, 3-0, in a lightweight-division (132 pounds) quarterfinal bout in the 2016 Olympic Trials in Memphis, Tenn. Franchon Crews of Baltimore won, 3-0, against Iesha Kenney of Alexandria, Va., in a middleweight quarterfinal fight.
College football: Johns Hopkins junior Jack Campbell was named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week.
NHL: After scoring nine points in three games, Washington Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov was named the NHL's "First Star" of the week. He had six assists in the team's three-game western Canada swing, and he scored his first hat trick in a 7-4 win against the Edmonton Oilers on Friday night.
Women's college soccer: Loyola Maryland freshman Jourdan Ziff was named Patriot League Rookie of the Week. … St. Mary's freshman Katie Flores (Towson High) was selected as Capital Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week.
Women's college volleyball: Towson redshirt freshman Anna Holehouse (Fallston) was honored as Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week. … UMBC freshman Maddie Schneider earned America East Conference Rookie of the Week honors.
College diving: Loyola Maryland freshman Lindsey Staszewski received Patriot League Female Diver of the Week honors.
—From Sun staff and news services
NFL: Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan had surgery Monday to repair a broken third metacarpal on his right hand. He and the Redskins hope to know more about his availability next week, coach Jay Gruden said. Kerrigan, who fractured the bone late in the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and did not return, will have a follow-up visit next week. There's a chance he will be able to play Nov. 8, when Washington returns from the bye week for a road game against the New England Patriots, Gruden said. Cornerback Bashaud Breeland, meanwhile, strained a hamstring while running down running back Doug Martin to prevent a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Gruden said that "there's some concern there," but added that the second-year cornerback will be monitored on a day-to-day basis.
Major League Soccer: D.C. United will host the New England Revolution at 7:30 p.m.Wednesday in an Eastern Conference first-round playoff match. If United wins, it would host the New York Red Bulls or Columbus Crew on Sunday in the first leg of the Eastern Conference semifinals. First-round matches tied after 90 minutes will go into a full 30 minutes of extra time and, if necessary, penalty kicks.