AM SPORTS UPDATE JULY 12
Terry Dunfield calls it probably the best feeling in his soccer career. Dunfield scored in stoppage time to give Toronto F-C a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps. It came minutes after Darren Mattocks tied the game for Vancouver in the 90th minute with his second goal of the game.
Two weeks after a season-opening 38-10 loss at Calgary, Montreal gets another crack at the Stampeders. And this time, the Stamps won't have quarterback Drew Tate, who's out five to six weeks with an injury to his left shoulder. Newly-acquired veteran Kevin Glenn gets his first start.
Steve Nash says he never saw himself as a member of the L-A Lakers. After spending 16 years in Phoenix and Dallas, Nash is switching teams to chase N-B-A titles. The Toronto Raptors made a big push to sign the Victoria native. Still, Raptors' G-M Bryan Colangelo says he respects Nash for deciding to stay an hour away from his family in Phoenix, while being to able to compete for a championship.
He's a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. Now, Lou Lamoriello (lam-uh-RIHL'-oh) is joining the U-S Hockey Hall of Fame. The longtime New Jersey general manager heads the Class of 2013 for the U-S Hall. Mike Modano (moh-DAH'-noh) and Eddie Olczyk (OHL'-chik) will also be enshrined in the fall.
Findings from Penn State's internal investigation into the case of ex-defensive co-ordinator and convicted child sex offender Jerry Sandusky are at 9 a-m, Eastern Time. Sandusky was convicted on 45 criminal counts last month. The report, led by former F-B-I director Louis Freeh, will focus on Penn State and what it did or didn't do to protect children.
The trainer of ``I'll Have Another'' isn't buying a story by the New York Times. The paper says the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner was ailing well before he was retired with a tendon injury the day before the Belmont Stakes. It says records show the Canadian-owned colt was being treated with painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs in the weeks after his Preakness win on May 19th and before the June 9th Belmont.
Barrie Baycats play in Burlington tonight. The Baycats lost 8-4 in Brantford on Tuesday.