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PARADISE ISLANDS, Bahamas -- Paola Moreno and Lindsey Wright took the same, simple approach on the winding road through the Ocean Club in the Bahamas LPGA Classic. They didnt care that the makeshift course was only 12 holes because of flooding. They didnt pay attention to a routing that had them going from the back nine to the front nine and then repeating the process. And it didnt bother them that they played only 24 holes in two days. "Its different," Moreno said Saturday. "Im not going to say its usual. But I cant control the holes that they want us to play. The only thing that I really want to do is put myself out there and bring the best attitude and my A game, hopefully." Thats worked beautifully so far for the Colombian. Moreno kept bogeys off her jumbled scorecard for the second straight day for a 4-under 41, giving her a one-shot lead over Wright going into the final, 12-hole round. Wright, who played earlier Saturday, had seven birdies for a 7-under 38. "I am just focused on what I can control right now," said Moreno, who was at 9-under 81. "The only thing that matters right now is the first tee shot on No. 1 -- or No. 10, whatever hole were playing tomorrow. And Im just excited to be there." Maude-Aimee LeBlanc of Sherbrooke, Que., was the top Canadian. She was tied for 12th at 5-under 85 after shooting 44 in the second round. Stephanie Sherlock of Barrie, Ont., (43) was tied for 44th at 2 under; Torontos Rebecca Lee-Bentham (44), Sara-Maude Juneau of Fossambault, Que., (45) and Hamiltons Alena Sharp (50) were tied for 84th at 1 over; Charlottetowns Lorie Kane (42) was tied for 92nd at 2 over; and Sue Kim of Langley, B.C., (49) was tied for 136th at 7 over. Cristie Kerr did enough to at least get in range. She was among 10 players within three shots of the lead, though they have six fewer holes to make up ground. Because of severe flooding earlier in the week on the Ocean Club, the LPGA Tour is using the holes available. In this case, its a 12-hole course that starts on the back nine at No. 10, jumps over to the front nine for four holes that are out of order, heads over to a stretch on the back nine and finishes along the ocean at No. 8. The final round now goes from a par 45 to a par 47. The par-5 18th hole is in good enough shape to be playing as the closing hole, giving this inaugural event at least some semblance of normality. It will replace No. 4, which also is a par 5 but has been played as a par 3 because of a bunker caved in by the rain. The best thing Moreno achieved on a sun-filled Saturday -- at least as far as the tournament was concerned -- was finishing. It was critical for all the players to finish two rounds (24 holes) going into the final round or it would have been unlikely to complete 36 holes by Sunday to make this official. The LPGA Tour was determined to play an official event for Pure Silk and the Bahamas Tourism Ministry, the two title sponsors of this new tournament. Stacy Lewis, the No. 2 player, was trying to get close to the leaders and isnt sure she did enough. Two late birdies gave her a 3-under 42, though she was five shots behind. That feels like a larger deficit given the shortened course. "Its strange," Lewis said. "By the time you get into a rhythm, the round is over. You can make a lot of birdies. You just have to get off to a good start." Wright had the kind of round that Lewis and so many others could use on Sunday. The Australian didnt realize she finished her round with six straight 3s on her scorecard. She could name the holes where she made her seven birdies until calling her caddie over for help. She just knows she played some pretty good golf. "I didnt know what was going on," Wright said. "I just play. Thats probably how we should do it all the time." Inbee Park played a game that didnt resemble the No. 1 player in the world, at least not the closing holes. She played the last four holes in 8 over. It started when she was left of the 14th green (the ninth hole) when she went to play a chip and her caddie realized he left the club on an adjacent par 3. She barely reached the green and made bogey. Then, she fanned her tee shot on the par-3 second (No. 10) some 30 yards right of the green. It really turned ugly on the next par 3, with a lake that should not have come into play with a back pin. Park hit 4-iron twice into the water, coming up some 40 yards short of the flag. She finally made quintuple-bogey 8. Park finished with a fairway metal that she snap-hooked into the ocean. The Ocean Club appears to have nearly recovered, though a few holes arent suitable to play. And because there is no cut this week -- the LPGA Tour felt that would be unfair after only 24 holes -- the decision was to keep it at 12 holes to make sure everyone finished. Going to Monday wasnt an option because several players have U.S Womens Open qualifying early next week. "Look, the way I see it, its the same for everyone," Wright said. "Theres always complaining. You just cant have a tournament without that. I think its a shame, because the course on Monday, Tuesday, it was brilliant. Its a shame were playing 12 holes, but I think for the Bahamas and for Pure Silk, its the right thing to do. Were here to play golf. Were not here to party. Do that early on in the week." Kerr is coming off a win two weeks ago in Kingsmill and hopes to keep the momentum going as the tour heads into a big part of the season. There are three majors in the next few months, capped by a return to St. Andrews. "It feels like a shootout," Kerr said. "We only have 12 holes every day, and youve got to go as low as you can. I did my job today." . A big centre with all the tools to be an elite player, Johansen paced the Blue Jackets with a standout game Saturday night. He had a goal and two assists for a career-high three points as Columbus beat the New York Islanders 5-2 to snap a five-game losing streak. . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. Those players were Dallas Stars 2012 first-rounder Radek Faksa, Winnipeg Jets 2013 fourth-rounder Jan Kostalek and Phoenix Coyotes 2012 seventh-rounder Marek Langhamer. . Brett Kulak and Jackson Houck of the Vancouver Giants were each charged with assault causing bodily harm on Aug. 18, according to the B.C. court services. . - After leading the Saints to a fourth playoff appearance in five seasons, Drew Brees expressed confidence in the direction of his team and, perhaps more importantly, showed a willingness to listen to contract proposals if the team needs his help getting under the NFLs salary cap. . 31, the CFL club announced Monday. The team also has yet to decide on the future of Doug Berry, who began the season as a consultant to the head coach but took over the offensive co-ordinators duties in July. The first week hasnt gone as expected for the Dallas Mavericks. Still in search of their first win, the Mavericks (0-4) host only their second home game Friday night against the Portland Trail Blazers.The winless start is obviously a source of concern, but the Mavs arent hitting the panic button. At least not yet.Its frickin four games in, Dirk Nowitzki said after Wednesdays 97-81 setback at Utah. Youve just got to keep battling and then stop the bleeding at home. We know we have two tough teams coming in, tough matchups, but weve got to stop the bleeding.The last time the Mavericks opened the season 0-4 in 2006-07, they rebounded to win a league-best and franchise-record 67 games. Of course, that Dallas squad was coming off an appearance in the NBA Finals and Nowitzki was in his prime.These Mavs dont have the same margin of error. Dallas and New Orleans (0-5) are the only teams without a win in the Western Conference.Were fighting, but weve got to play better, said Dallas coach Rick Carlisle, who suggested changes could be coming.The Blazers (2-3) arent exactly off to the races, even with Damian Lillard playing at an MVP-like level. The two-time All-Star point guard is averaging 32.6 points -- third in the league -- 6.0 rebounds and 4.6 assists.Lillard is the first player to score at least 27 points in his teams first five games since Kobe Bryant in 2005-06 season. Lillards 163 points in the first five games are the most ever in franchise history.Lillard also joined some elite company in surpassing the 7,000-career point mark. Hes the fifth-fastest playyer in NBA history to tally at least 7,000 points and 2,000 assists behind Oscar Robertson, Tiny Archibald, Dwayne Wade and LeBron James.ddddddddddddillards 27 points Wednesday night werent enough in Portlands 118-115 overtime loss at Phoenix. The Blazers were up 90-83 on the Suns midway through the fourth quarter, but couldnt close the deal.Up six, up seven, youve got to put them away, CJ McCollum said. A team like that with good players, theyre going to fight, especially at home. Once they see theyve got a chance then theyre really going to try to turn it up. Its a learning experience. Obviously, you dont want to have too many of those.McCollum scored a season-high 24 on 8-of-18 shooting from the floor, including 3-6 from 3-point range, against the Suns. Evan Turner had 11 points and 10 rebounds.The Mavericks have enjoyed success in the series with Portland. Dallas has won four straight at home and 26 of the last 32 games. The Mavs havent lost a season series since 2009-10.Nowitzki is expected to make his American Airlines Center debut after missing last weeks home opener with a stomach illness. He returned against the Jazz after missing two games.Nowitzki scored only nine points and admitted to be winded.Ive just got to keep battling through it and get my stamina back, said Nowitzki, who was also experiencing soreness in his Achilles while out.Portland should be without center Festus Ezeli, whos nursing a left knee injury. Jerseys NFL China NFL Jerseys Outlet China NFL Hoodies China Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Discount NFL Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys China NFL T-shirts From China Cheap Authentic Jerseys NFL Jerseys Outlet Cheap Authentic Jerseys Camo China NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys 2020 Cheap NFL Womens Jerseys ' ' '



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