Compiled from wire reports
Ohio State wins Big Ten tournament over Iowa
• Troy Kuhn hit an RBI double in the top of the ninth inning to earn Ohio State the Big Ten Conference Tournament championship with an 8-7 win over Iowa in Omaha. The tournament title is the first for the fourth-seeded Buckeyes (43-18-1) since 2007, and they earned their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2009 with the league championship.
Ohio State led 7-4 entering the bottom of the eighth inning before the Hawkeyes (30-26) tied the game with three runs. However, Ronnie Dawson singled with two outs in the top of the ninth and Kuhn drove him home for the eventual game-winning run for the Buckeyes.
Yianni Pavlopoulos (3-4) earned the win with 1? scoreless innings of relief, while Josh Martsching (2-1) took the loss.
Nibali clinches second
victory in Giro d’Italia
• Home favorite Vincenzo Nibali clinched a second Giro d’Italia victory and a fourth Grand Tour title as Giacomo Nizzolo won a largely ceremonial final stage in Turin, Italy. Nibali’s chances of repeating his 2013 feat seemed impossible Friday as he started the stage nearly five minutes behind leader Steven Kruijswijk but a dramatic two days in the Italian classic saw the cyclist surge into the lead — helped by the Dutch rider’s crash into a snowbank.
With the rain falling heavily at the finish, the race was neutralized and Nibali — who had a pink bicycle to celebrate the occasion — knew he just had to finish safely to secure the pink jersey.
Esteban Chaves was second, 52 seconds behind Nibali.
Orlando City ties New York?with goal in extra time
• Kevin Molino scored in extra time to give Orlando City a 2-2 tie with host New York City FC.
Molino put away a header in the 94th minute to extend Orlando City’s unbeaten streak to three games. Carlos Rivas fired a cross to the far post that Cyle Larin centered to set up Molino’s sixth goal of the season.
Frederic Brillant scored his first career MLS goal in the 42nd minute, and David Villa chipped in from the center of the box to give NYC a 2-0 lead in the 66th.
Julio Baptista rolled a right footer past Josh Saunders into the bottom-left corner to pull Orlando City (3-3-7) within striking distance about 6 minutes later.
Weir first wheelchair racer to finish mile in 3 minutes
• Six-time Paralympic gold-medalist David Weir became the first wheelchair racer to complete a mile in under three minutes. Weir finished the Westminster Mile in London in 2 minutes, 57 seconds.
•?Coventry junior Dusty Burkhart and Warrensville junior Demetri Keaton tied for third in the 100 meters Saturday in the Division II regional final meet at Austintown Fitch. Both crossed the finish line in 10.89. Streetsboro junior Dakari Carter won in 10.50 seconds and Hubbard senior George Hill was second in 10.60. All four runners advanced to the state meet.
— From staff and wire reports