From AP and staff reports
Traverse City Record-Eagle
---- — Ramblers win Onaway tourney
ONAWAY — Boyne City knocked off Onaway 28-26, 25-22 in the championship match to win the Onaway Invitational on Saturday.
The Ramblers (32-10-3) went 4-1-1 on the day, including a 26-25, 16-25, 17-15 semifinal win over Cheboygan, plus pool play wins over Cedarville (25-7, 25-14) and Central Lake (25-10, 25-21). Boyne lost to Onaway 13-25, 13-25 to start power pool play, then split with Cheboygan 22-25, 25-22.
Leaders were: Heather Nichols (101 assists), Kylie Hicks (53 kills, 10 blocks), Paige Hornbeck (24 kills, 11 aces), Mallory Karasewski (40 digs, 10 aces) and Erin Baker (52 digs).
Halverson makes debut for Sault
BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Traverse City native Brandon Halverson was in goal in Saturday’s OHL season opener for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, earning a shutout in a 4-0 victory over Belleville.
Halverson stopped all 32 shots he faced to help Sault Ste. Marie to the victory. The Greyhounds scored two goals in each of the first two periods, with Tyler Ganly accounting for both in the second period. Andrew Fritsch and Nick Pastorious had the other scores.
Treadwell fired after 0-5 start
OXFORD, Ohio — Miami of Ohio fired coach Don Treadwell on Sunday, a day after the RedHawks fell to 0-5 with a 21-9 loss at home to Central Michigan.
The school didn’t immediately appoint an interim coach. Offensive coordinator John Klacik was also fired.
Treadwell went 8-21 at his alma mater. He decided to go to a run-based offense this season, and it didn’t work out at all, setting up repeated blowouts.
The RedHawks have lost to Marshall 52-14, to Kentucky 41-7, to Cincinnati 14-0 and to Illinois 50-14. The RedHawks play at Massachusetts next Saturday.
Americans make it 5 in a row at Presidents Cup
DUBLIN, Ohio — The Presidents Cup ended Sunday the same way it always does — with an American victory, and Tiger Woods delivering the winning point.
Woods’ back flared up on him in the final hour at Muirfield Village. He still managed to beat Richard Sterne on the 18th hole. That gave the Americans the 18 points they needed to win the Presidents Cup for the fifth straight time.
It was the third straight Presidents Cup that Woods won the cup-clinching match.
The Americans had a 14-8 lead going into singles. They were on the cusp of winning for most of the afternoon as the Internationals tried to stage a rally. The Internationals needed to win the last seven matches on the course. They kept it suspenseful as long as they could.