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Senden up by 3 strokes; Roberts in front again

John Senden took the lead and the spotlight at the John Deere Classic yesterday in Silvis, Ill., one day after Michelle Wie withdrew because of heat exhaustion.

With temperatures in the low 90s, Senden shot a 7-under-par 64 to reach 16-under.

Heath Slocum and Patrick Sheehan were three back at 13-under after 66s. Second-round leader Joe Ogilvie (69), Alex Cejka (64), Steve Jones (66), J.P. Hayes (66) and Daniel Chopra (68) were 12-under.

Wie, 16, was trying to become the first woman in 61 years to make the cut on the PGA Tour.

Champions Senior Players Championship -- Loren Roberts shot a bogey-free 8-under 64 to take a two-stroke lead over Lonnie Nielson in...

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