Andrew McCain rallied from two strokes down in the final round, shooting a 2-under-par 70 to win the Minnesota State Open by a stroke over Clayton Rask at Mendakota Country Club.
McCain finished at 10-under-par 206, while Rask fired a final-round 73 to finish at 207.
‘‘This win makes me feel better about the summer,’’ McCain said. ‘‘I’ve had some mediocre finishes but I haven’t had a good week yet. I assumed one would come at some point — I didn’t think it would come at a professional event,” he said.
• Gophers softball star Sara Groenewegen pitched a six-hitter as host Canada defeated the United States 4-2 for its first Pan Am gold medal since 1983. Former Gophers Tori Dixon and Lauren Gibbemeyer also won gold for the U.S. in volleyball.
• Dustin Crenshaw became the American Association’s first 10-game winner, and the Saints had 17 hits in a 12-4 victory over Lincoln at CHS Field. Alonzo Harris had three RBI.
• Canterbury Park issued a statement in support of trainer McLean Robertson, who drew a 90-day suspension from the state racing commission for allegedly dosing a horse with a banned substance.
Track officials called it “a case of environmental contamination and not the deliberate use of an illegal drug,” the statement said.