College Football

Digest: Tammaro's TD pass lifts Johns Hopkins in OT, 32-29

David Tammaro completed a 17-yard touchdown pass to Luke McFadden to lift the No. 13 Johns Hopkins football team to a 32-29 overtime victory over host Washington & Lee in the season opener for both teams. The Blue Jays' James Sullivan made a 42-yard field goal with 22 seconds left to force overtime. The Generals scored first in overtime to take a 29-26 lead on a 24-yard field goal by Jarrett Wright. Johns Hopkins extended its regular-season winning streak to 42 games.

More college football: Kevin Goetz made a 40-yard field goal with 15 minutes left in overtime to lift host Albright to a 38-35 victory over Salisbury in the season opener for both teams. Salisbury forced overtime on Malique Pratt's 3-yard touchdown run with 31 seconds left.


Et cetera

Patriots DB Jones, ex-Gilman star, out for season with torn ACL


The prospects for New England Patriots second-year defensive back Cyrus Jones surviving today's roster cut took a major hit when he suffered a torn ACL and a partially torn meniscus during Thursday's preseason finale against the New York Giants and will miss the entire season. Jones, the former Gilman star who went on to win a national championship at Alabama and a Super Bowl title with the Patriots, got his feet tangled while defending a deep pass along the sideline to Travis Rudolph and tumbled to the turf. He needed the help of two trainers to get off the field. The Patriots originally had high hopes for Jones, their second-round draft pick in 2016 (60th overall), but he struggled throughout last season, with fumble problems on special teams. He was a healthy scratch for five of New England's final six games, including the entire postseason run.

More NFL: In beginning to cut their roster down from 90 players to the regular-season limit of 53, the Washington Redskins released veteran defensive back Will Blackmon on Friday. Also cut were running back Kenny Hilliard, cornerback Tevin Homer, defensive back Jeremiah McKinnon, defensive lineman Ondre Pipkins, linebacker Lynden Trail, offensive lineman Isaiah Williams and wide receiver James Quick.

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WNBA: Elena Delle Donne scored a season-high 37 points and the Washington Mystics (18-15) secured the fifth playoff spot with a 110-106 overtime victory over the visiting Seattle Storm (14-19). The victory spoiled Sue Bird breaking the WNBA's all-time assist record when she recorded her 2,600th career assist in the first quarter to pass Ticha Penicheiro. Emma Meesseman added 27 points, eight rebounds and five assists for Washington.

Mount St. Mary's: The Mountaineers announced the reinstatement of men's and women's golf and the addition of women's bowling as varsity programs, beginning next fall. The programs will compete in the Northeast Conference.

Women's college soccer: Chelsea Jackson scored with 52 seconds remaining in double overtime to lift host Maryland (4-0-1) to a 1-0 win over Richmond (0-3-0) on Thursday night. ... Elizabeth Coletti scored in the 67th minute to give Towson (3-1-1) a 1-0 victory over host Lehigh (2-1-1) on Thursday night.

Horse racing: A total of 56 horses were nominated to the $75,000 Challedon and $75,000 Shine Again next Saturday, the first two of 44 stakes worth $4.4 million in purses to be run during Laurel Park's year-ending fall meet. Laurel's 60-day fall meet opens Friday and runs through Dec. 31.


Baseball: The regular meeting of Talkin' Baseball will be held today at 9 a.m. at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way. The speaker will be former Baltimore Sun columnist John Eisenberg, who will discuss his book, "The Streak: Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripken, Jr. and Baseball's Most Historic Record." Call 410-992-1186 for more information.