My Meadowview Farm homebred Tin Type Gal, a two-time Grade 3 winner on the grass, is set to make her second straight dirt start in the $100,000 Thirty Eight Go Go for fillies and mares 3 and up today at Laurel Park. The 4-year-old Tapit filly, trained by Fair Hill-based Graham Motion, is winless in three starts this year finishing fifth in a 7-furlong optional claimer Nov. 26 at Laurel, her first try on the dirt. Each of her prior seven starts had come in stakes, six of them against graded company. Tin Type Gal won the 11/16-mile Miss Grillo (G3) by a nose to cap her 2015 campaign and last summer was a neck winner of the 11/8-mile Boiling Springs (G3) before running fifth by less than 3 lengths in the Del Mar Oaks (G1) and third in the Sands Point (G3). Jevian Toledo rides from outside Post 13. James Courtney's homebred Power of Snunner is the 124-pound topweight for the Thirty Eight Go Go. The 7-year-old mare, trained by Tim Kreiser, owns nine wins and $576,310 in purse earnings and has finished in the top three in 28 of 34 career starts. The three-time stakes winner was second in both the Doubledogdare (G3) and Bayakoa (G3) this year and exits a nose loss in a 6-furlong allowance Nov. 26 at Parx.



Kerrigan's Redskins streakof 111 games in jeopardy

A day after missing practice with a sore calf, Washington Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan is questionable to play in Sunday's season finale against the New York Giants. The three-time Pro Bowl selection and team sack leader this season (11) returned to practice Friday, but it's unclear if he'll play at MetLife Stadium on New Year's Eve. If he doesn't, Kerrigan's regular-season streak of 111 straight games will end. Kerrigan could become the first player in Redskins history to start all 16 games in each of his first seven seasons if he's able to play versus the Giants.

— Kimberly A. Martin, The Washington Post

Indoor girls lacrosse: Quick Stix registration is underway for girls in grades 1-8 for winter indoor skills and scrimmages at Annapolis High School. The program begins runs on Sundays from Jan. 7 to Feb. 11. Online registration is available at quickstix.com. Call Cathy Samaras, 410-573-1414 ext. 111, for more information.

Girls lacrosse: Georgetown will hold its Spring Clinic on April 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Cooper Field. This clinic is open to all high school girls in the classes of 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021, as well as the class of 2022. The 2018 Georgetown Hoyas Women's Lacrosse Overnight Camp will be held June 25-27. The camp is designed for experienced players entering grades 7-12. Graduated high school seniors are welcome as well. Two goalie training sessions will be taught by collegiate goalie coaches on staff. The program will run in conjunction with the overnight camp. The Hoya Elite Day Camp is scheduled for July 23 from 9 a.m. to 7:55 p.m. For questions, contact assistant coach Danielle Etrasco at guwlaxcamps@gmail.com or 202-687-6550. Register at GeorgetownWLAXCamps.com.

Baseball: The regular meeting of "Talkin' Baseball" will be held next Saturday at 9 a.m. at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way, Columbia. ESPN analyst Tim Kurkjian will discuss his book, "I'm fascinated by Sacrifice Flies: Inside the Game We All Love." Call 410-992-1186 for details.

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