Compiled from wire reports

Little league baseball

Endwell, N.Y., team returns World Series title to U.S.

•?Ryan Harlost led Endwell, N.Y., to the Little League World Series title, striking out eight and limiting South Korea to five hits in six innings in a 2-1 victory Sunday in South Williamsport, Pa.. Endwell became the first U.S. winner since Huntington Beach, Calif., in 2011, and gave New York its first championship since 1964. Conner Rush had the New York team’s only RBI to give Endwell a lead it wouldn’t relinquish in the bottom of the fourth. Harlost (2-0) scored the deciding run on a passed ball a batter later.

Tennis

Old Grandstand will see competition at U.S. Open

• The old Grandstand at the U.S. Open in New York isn’t retired after all. Last year’s tournament was supposed to be the swan song for the venue. A new, larger Grandstand on the opposite corner of the complex opened for this year’s event. But the old one isn’t slated to be demolished until after the 2016 U.S. Open, and U.S. Tennis Association officials realized in the lead-up to the tournament it made sense to keep it as a competition court for one more year to maximize scheduling flexibility.

•?The French tennis federation has provisionally suspended Kristina Mladenovic, Caroline Garcia and Benoit Paire for “damaging” its image at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

College SPORTS

Western Michigan kicks two off its football team

•?Two Western Michigan football players were kicked off the team Sunday after a prosecutor announced they would face three criminal charges for allegedly pushing their way into a woman’s apartment and robbing her. Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting said his office has authorized charges of armed robbery, first-degree home invasion and larceny in a building against linebacker Ron George and wide receiver Bryson White. Getting says if convicted on all the charges, they could face life in prison. The two remain in custody pending their arraignment Monday.

Other SPORTS

Midfielder for U.S. to miss qualifiers for World Cup

•?Midfielder Gyasi Zardes will miss the United States’ upcoming World Cup qualifiers after he was injured during a Major League Soccer game. Already without forward Clint Dempsey as he undergoes evaluations for an irregular heartbeat, the Americans won’t have Zardes for their final two games of the CONCACAF semifinals.

•Spaniard David de la Cruz took the lead of the Spanish Vuelta from Nairo Quintana after completing a successful breakaway to win the mountainous ninth stage on Sunday.

•?Brazilian officials say an Irish businessman arrested at the beginning of the Rio Games in a ticket-scalping probe has been released on bail. Rio’s department of penitentiaries said that Kevin Mallon left the Bangu prison complex late Saturday on condition that he doesn’t leave Brazil.

— From wire reports