Powell, Wariner add to streaks

Published September 10, 2006

STUTTGART, Germany - World-record holder Asafa Powell ran under 10 seconds in the 100 meters at the World Final for a record 12th time Saturday to stay unbeaten this season.

Jeremy Wariner, the world and Olympic champion at 400 meters, was 0.03 shy of joining his manager, Michael Johnson, as the only athletes to run four races in a season in less than 44 seconds.

In the 110 hurdles, world-record holder Liu Xiang came from behind to beat Allen Johnson.


Adu scores in tie

Freddy Adu scored on a free kick, but Chris Klein responded with a second-half goal to lift Real Salt Lake to a 1-1 tie with host D.C. United. ... Patrick Noonan's first goal of the season gave the Revolution a 1-0 victory over visiting New York. ... Nate Jaqua and C.J. Brown scored to help the Fire beat the Crew 2-1 in Columbus, Ohio. ... Davy Arnaud scored two goals and the Wizards beat the Rapids 4-1 in Kansas City, Mo.


USF volleyball loses in final

Host USF (3-5) struggled in its final match of the Smoothie King Invite, losing to tournament champion Texas Tech (7-2), 3-0 (30-20, 30-17, 30-25).

MORE VOLLEYBALL: Tampa (12-0) defeated Catawba and Armstrong Atlantic in Savannah, Ga., in three games apiece to win its first 12 matches, the best since the team won 22 to start the 1988 season. ... Amber McCray led Florida in kills (14) and was named tournament MVP as the Gators (6-1) beat Illinois State 30-24, 30-18, 30-20 to win the Campus USA Credit Union Classic in Gainesville. Also in the tournament, UCF (3-6) lost 30-20, 22-30, 30-23, 30-20 to Florida A&M. ... FSU (6-2) beat host South Carolina 30-28, 21-30, 30-17, 28-30, 15-13 in the Gamecock Invitational.

TENNIS: Three UF men reached the singles quarterfinals while one Gators doubles team made it to the round of 16 at the Southern Intercollegiate in Athens, Ga.

SOCCER: Jordan Seabrook and Simon Schoendorf scored as the USF men (3-2) beat Notre Dame, ranked No. 8 by Soccer America, 2-0 on Friday. Also Friday, the USF women beat No. 23 Marquette 1-0.


SPANISH VUELTA: David Millar won the individual time trial in the 14th stage in Cuenca, Spain, while Alejandro Valverde retained the overall lead.

GREYHOUNDS: Greys Huntington of Lester Raines Kennel rallied to defeat Kaias Peacock in the Tampa Shootout at Tampa Greyhound Track. It was the first career stakes for Greys Huntington, who paid $2.80 to win. The winning time for 660 yards was 38.28 seconds.

HORSE RACING: Dubai World Cup winner Electrocutionist, considered a top contender for the Breeders' Cup Classic or the Distaff, died of an apparent heart attack in Newmarket, England, several days after an abnormality was detected in the 5-year-old horse's heart. ... Cacique earned a 1-length victory in the $500,000 Man o' War Stakes at Belmont Park in New York.