Digest: Hopkins lacrosse midfielder Tinney expected to recover from broken wrist

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Johns Hopkins midfielder Joel Tinney, left, celebrates his goal against Penn State with attackman Shack Stanwick during the second quarter at Homewood Field on April 15, 2017. Hopkins held on to beat Penn State, 13-11.

Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse senior midfielder Joel Tinney broke his wrist, reportedly in a box practice around Thanksgiving, but he is expected to recover in time for the Blue Jays' preseason, according to a Hopkins athletic department spokesperson. Tinney was the Jays' top scoring midfielder last season with 19 goals and nine assists. Meanwhile, former Johns Hopkins midfielder Drew Supinski is transferring to Denver, according to a report from College Crosse. The No. 4 prospect in his class, Supinski started eight games for the Jays in 2016 and had eight goals and four assists before suffering a season-ending injury. He played in eight games last season.

— Dan Aburn, Inside Lacrosse


College football

Navy's Palmore to play in Shrine Game; Kiser named All-American


Navy senior outside linebacker and co-captain D.J. Palmore was selected to the 94th annual East-West Shrine All-Star Game, which will be played Jan. 20 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Palmore has 73 tackles this season, including a team-best 121/2 tackles for a loss, and three fumble recoveries. He also has 21/2 sacks and a forced fumble.

More: Virginia senior linebacker Micah Kiser (Gilman) was named a third-team All-American by the Associated Press. Kiser ranks No. 1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference and is tied for No. 4 in the nation with 134 tackles.

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NFL: Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said outside linebacker Chris Carter will need surgery after suffering a fractured fibula in a 30-13 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. Inside linebacker Zach Brown (Wilde Lake) received an MRI exam on his foot, though the team was awaiting the results as of Monday afternoon. Brown entered the game with a hamstring and Achilles injuries, and he left the game on crutches and with a walking boot on his right foot.

— Master Tesfatsion, The Washington Post

Men's college basketball: Towson received three votes in Monday's Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Tigers, who received one vote in last week's poll, extended their winning streak to 10 games last week.

Horse racing: Apprentice Weston Hamilton, the youngest son of multiple graded-stakes winning journeyman Steve "Cowboy" Hamilton, earned his first two professional wins with his only mounts Monday at Laurel Park. Hamilton, 19, guided David Carter's I Just Wanna Win ($8.60) to a neck victory over favored Have Hope in the fifth race, a $17,000 claiming event for fillies and mares 3 and up. The Pat McGill-trained 5-year-old mare ran 51/2 furlongs in 1 minute, 5.98 seconds over a fast main track. Hamilton picked up his second win with Sola Dei Gloria Stable's Stella Nova ($14.40) in Race 7, a $25,000 starter allowance for females 3 and up, in 1:05.46 for 51/2 furlongs. ... Old Coach Farm's Angel At War ran her record to 6-0 with a three-quarter-length victory in the featured eighth race, a $45,000 second-level optional claiming allowance for fillies and mares 3 and up. Favored at even money in the field of six, Angel At War ($4.20) completed 6 furlongs in 1:11.09.

Women's soccer: Former Navy defender Nicole Aunapu Mann received the Jerry Yeagley Award for Exceptional Personal Service by the United Soccer Coaches. The award is presented annually to a former college student-athlete "who has demonstrated extraordinary accomplishments beyond the sport itself." Mann, a NASA astronaut and U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel, starred with the Mids from 1995 to 1998 and helped guide Navy to its first NCAA tournament appearance in 1996.


Varsity football: Wise senior defensive back and wide receiver Anthony Lytton Jr. was named Gatorade Maryland Football Player of the Year. Lytton, 5 feet 11, 170 pounds, caught 34 passes for 523 yards and seven touchdowns this past season, leading the Pumas to their third consecutive Class 4A state title. He also anchored a defense that had six shutouts and allowed just 7.1 points per game, recording 32 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles.