Manuel and Anderson Qualify for NCAA Championships.

College golfers Caleb Manuel and Cole Anderson have helped their respective teams qualify for the NCAA Division I golf championship. Manuel, a two-time Maine amateur champion, helped the University of Georgia win the team title with a 7-under 206 at the regional tournament in Bath, Michigan. Anderson, hailing from Camden, played for the Florida State team that finished third in the regional competition held in Morgan Hill, California. The championship tournament begins on May 26th at the Greyhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Manchester City secures a place in the Champions League final in Manchester, England, after beating Real Madrid 4-0. Bernardo Silva scored two goals in the 23rd and 37th minutes, with Eder Militao scoring an own goal in the 76th minute. Substitute Julian Alvarez’s goal in stoppage time led to a 5-1 win on aggregate. City will face Inter Milan in Istanbul on June 10.

Danish rising star Holger Rune beat Novak Djokovic in the Italian Open, defeating the 22-time Grand Slam winner 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 in Rome to advance to the semi-finals. Rune’s semi-final opponent will be Casper Ruud, who defeated Francisco Cerundro7-6 (5), 6-4. In the women’s tournament, Jelena Ostapenko defeated Paula Vadosa 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 to reach the semi-finals on clay for the first time since her 2017 French Open victory.

This weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in northern Italy has been canceled due to deadly flooding in the region. The decision was made after consultation with Italian political officials for safety reasons and to avoid an extra burden on emergency services. Ferrari backed the decision to call off its home race.

Pittsburgh Steelers have signed longtime backup quarterback Mason Rudolph to a one-year deal. However, with Ben Roethlisberger retiring after the 2021 season, Rudolph’s chances of starting were limited. Rudolph spent most of last season as the third-string quarterback, taking a break on game days.

Tao Giogigan Hart leaves the Giro d’Italia on a stretcher after crashing on a rain-soaked road during the 11th stage en route to Tortona, Italy. The 2020 Giro winner entered the stage in third, five seconds behind overall leader and Ineos Grenadiers teammate Geraint Thomas. German rider Pascal Ackermann won the stage with a sprint finish ahead of Jonathan Millan and Mark Cavendish. Thomas left Primoš Roglic two seconds behind, while João Almeida moved up to third overall, 22 seconds behind.

USA and Canada both secured victories in the Hockey World Championships in Tampere, Finland. The USA beat Austria 4-1 in their fourth straight group stage win, while Canada extended their fourth straight win by beating Kazakhstan 5-1.

Lastly, a high school basketball coach from Maine expresses confusion over a rule change affecting free throws.

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