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Makeshift memorial grows after car crashes into Oklahoma homecoming parade crowd, killing 4

STILLWATER, Okla. Anthea Lewis had tears in her eyes on Sunday as she placed a child’s hat with an Oklahoma State University logo at the base of a makeshift memorial where a car crashed into a homecoming parade crowd a day earlier, killing four people including a 2-year-old boy and injuring dozens more.

One of the injured had been a baby sitter for Lewis, she said.

Senators fall in SO

OTTAWA—Chris Neil is used to delivering a knockout punch but last night, the New Jersey Devils proved to be the heavyweights.

The Devils topped the Senators 5-4 in a shootout—ruining what otherwise was a perfect night for Neil, who was playing his 900th career game with Ottawa.

Seahawks still rule rivalry with 49ers

SANTA CLARA, Calif.—No turkey necessary this time; just some high-flying defence and more power running by Marshawn Lynch.

The Seattle Seahawks rediscovered their tried-and-true formula to get back in the win column, with Russell Wilson & Co. ruling this one-sided rivalry with San Francisco.

On another Thursday night—and on San Francisco’s home field again.

Jays stave off elimination

TORONTO—Marco Estrada can count on striking it rich as a free agent in the off-season.

Wherever he ends up, the Blue Jays still will owe him big-time.

For the second time in the post-season, the 32-year-old right-hander kept Toronto alive—this time with a gem of a pitching performance in a 7-1 win over Kansas City that forced a sixth game in their AL Championship Series.

Mets sweep Cubs

CHICAGO—One final, charmed swing by Daniel Murphy and the N.Y. Mets finished a playoff sweep of the Chicago Cubs.

A new generation of “Amazins” is heading to the World Series.

Murphy homered for a record sixth-consecutive post-season game as the Mets brushed aside the Cubs 8-3 last night—capping a National League Championship Series in which New York never trailed.