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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Penn 4, men's soccer 0

TODAY'S GAMES

Football at Penn

Men's cross country at NCAA Qualifiers,

Franklin Park

Water Polo at Easterns

Women's soccer at UMSL

NEW HAMPSHIRE LOTTERY

4609

NBA

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Boston 118, Dallas 110

Indiana 117, Philadelphia 108

New York 88, Washington 87

Detroit 111, Milwaukee 100

MEN'S COLLEGE HOCKEY

Union 6, Norwich 5

St. Lawrence 7, Colgate 5

BOXING

WBA

Aaron Pryor severed Alexis Arguello's hopes of becoming the first man to hold world titles in four weight divisions last night by unleashing a savage barrage of head punches in the 14th round to knock out the 30-year-old Nicaraguan in their junior welterweight prizefight.

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