Former Navy star Billy Hurley III, who had a two-shot lead after three rounds in the Greenbrier Classic, shot a 3-over-par 73 in the final round Sunday and fell to a seven-way tie for fourth at 9-under 271. Hurley took the lead in the second round and shot a 3-under 67 in the third round to extend his lead over Argentina's Angel Cabrera. But Hurley bogeyed four of the first six holes in the final round to fall out of contention for his first PGA Tour win. No third-round leader ever has held on to win the Greenbrier Classic. Cabrera shot a 6-under 64 Sunday to win in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., finishing at 16 under. George McNeill finished second at 14 under, while Webb Simpson was third at 10 under.
NBA Summer League
Ex-Towson Catholic star Greene has 9 points in loss
Brooklyn Nets forward Donte Greene (Towson Catholic) had nine points and three rebounds in a 110-91 loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday. Teammate Dajuan Summers (McDonogh) scored nine points while Heat forward Jerelle Benimon (Towson) had two points and three rebounds.
Saturday: Benimon scored five points and grabbed nine rebounds in the Heat's 85-77 loss to the Boston Celtics. … Orlando Magic guard Kim English (Randallstown) had seven points and two assists in an 83-77 win against the Philadephia 76ers. … Summers had 12 points and six rebounds while Greene finished with 13 points and seven rebounds in Brooklyn's 101-81 win against the Indiana Pacers.
For Wizards center Gortat, choice to return 'real easy'
Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat, who plans to sign a five-year, $60 million contract with the team Thursday, sat down with NBA TV for an interview Saturday and offered his first comments since deciding to return to Washington. "First of all, I like the city," Gortat said from the Orlando Pro Summer League. "I like the team. I definitely feel comfortable over there. The team really took me under the wing, and they help me since … day one. I definitely love the chemistry between me and John Wall. I think Bradley Beal is going to be a great player one day. Coach Randy [Wittman] believes in me, and I have a great relationship with him. So the decision was real easy for me. I believe that we will be a special team for the next four or five years." Gortat was asked about interest from the Miami Heat. "We had a few teams," he said, "but I don't think it [makes] any sense to talk about that now."
—Michael Lee, The Washington Post
World TeamTennis: The Washington Kastles' season starts today at Boston, and the Kastles will make their home debut Wednesday at George Washington's Smith Center. The team has won four of the past five WTT championships, including the past three. A championship this season would tie the 1997-2000 Sacramento Capitals for the longest title run in the league's history. International Tennis Hall of Famer Martina Hingis will play all home matches. Joining her are 2013 U.S. Open men's doubles champion Leander Paes, Bobby Reynolds and Anastasia Rodionova. Venus Williams, Sloane Stephens and Kevin Anderson also will play for the Kastles this season. Williams and Hingis will play doubles together July 16 when the team hosts the Texas Wild.
—Isabelle Khurshudyan, The Washington Post
Pro motocross: The Geico Motorcycle Budds Creek National, the seventh round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, will be held Saturday at Budds Creek MX Park in Mechanicsville, in St.Mary's County. Riders in the premier 450 Class will include German rookie Ken Roczen and teammate Ryan Dungey. Gates will open at 6a.m. For more information, go to BuddsCreek.com.
Roller Derby: The Charm City Roller Girls will host Toronto Roller Derby on Saturday at The Gardens Ice House in Laurel, with CCRG's Female Trouble taking on TORD's Bay Street Bruisers and the CCRG All Stars facing TORD's CN Power. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; the first bout is at 6:30p.m. and the second at about 8:15. For more information, go to charmcityrollergirls.com.
—From Sun staff and news services