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Redblacks beat Argos

TORONTO—Tristan Jackson made sure Trevor Harris’ return to Toronto was a triumphant one.

Jackson’s 75-yard punt-return touchdown earned the unbeaten Ottawa Redblacks a 30-20 road win over the Toronto Argonauts last night.

Jackson broke three tackles en route to snapping a 20-20 tie at 4:19 of the fourth quarter for Ottawa—the CFL’s lone unbeaten squad at 3-0-1.

Raonic advances to Wimbledon final

WIMBLEDON, United Kingdom—Milos Raonic has made Canadian tennis history—and he beat one of the game’s best and most decorated players in the process.

The 25-year-old player from Thornhill, Ont., defeated Swiss superstar Roger Federer in a marathon Wimbledon semifinal earlier today to become the first Canadian man to ever play for the singles title at the All England Club.

Alvarez stops Dos Anjos in 1st round, wins title

LAS VEGAS—Eddie Alvarez persevered through financial troubles, promotional disputes and a loss in his UFC debut to get back to the cage with a title shot.

And then he beat Rafael Dos Anjos with a fire that’s been growing for years.

Alvarez won the UFC lightweight belt last night, stopping Dos Anjos in the first round with a blistering series of strikes.

Saunders leads Blue Jays past Royals

TORONTO—Michael Saunders is making for a humble all-star candidate.

The Victoria native hit a solo home run and added a tie-breaking RBI double as the Blue Jays held on for a 4-2 win over the Kansas City Royals yesterday.

Saunders is one of five American League players on an online ballot, with fans able to vote for the last addition to the AL’s all-star team.