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Three batsmen made centuries, while another missed his by eight runs as Delhi buried Assam under a 396-run lead in Vadodara.Delhi, who resumed on 241 for 3, were first driven by a 220-run stand between Rishabh Pant, the wicket-keeper batsman who struck his maiden first-class century, and Nitish Rana, for whom this was a second ton. Both men finished on 146.Milind Kumar and Pradeep Sangwan, who came in at No. 9, then added 125 to swell the lead as Delhi declared on 589 for 8. Sangwan, who also brought up his maiden first-class century, hit eight fours and four sixes in his unbeaten 87-ball 100. Fast bowler Abu Nechim finished with 5 for 106.Then left-arm spinner Manan Sharma prised out two wickets and Assam ended the day 100 for 3. Amit Verma and Arun Karthik, two of their most experienced batsmen, had put together 51 at stumps.Despite a top-order wobble, Jharkhand are primed to win their Ranji Trophy opener in Delhi. They are four down in the final innings of the match but require only 37 more runs to beat Maharashtra.Chasing a target of 93, they hadnt got a run on the board when they lost the openers Ishan Kishan and Shiv Gautam. But the damage they sustained in the second innings - which was only 13 overs old - may not matter much because their own bowlers had hurt Maharashtra in a much worse way.Left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem and medium-pacer Ashish Kumar picked up six wickets between them to restrict Maharashtra to a mere 188 in their second innings. Kedar Jadhav was the only batsman to cross fifty. That left a very manageable target for Jharkhand to hunt down; one they could well achieve despite the big-hearted effort from Maharashtras new-ball bowlers Anupam Sanklecha (2 for 20) and Shrikant Mundhe (2 for 22)Vidarbha declared on 272 for 6 after batting out 102 overs in Visakhapatnam. By batting as long as they have, and securing a first-innings lead of 122 runs, they would likely come away with more points than Odisha. Captain Faiz Fazal missed out on a century, caught behind for 99 after more than six hours at the crease. Deepak Behera was Odishas best bowler with 3 for 35 from 19 overs. After the declaration, Odisha had 22 overs to play and their openers Sandeep Pattnaik and Ranjit Singh got through them unscathed to push the score to 74 for 0.Rain thwarted Saurashtras quest to secure a first-innings lead against Rajasthan as only 17.4 overs were possible on the third day in Vizianagaram. Saurashtra, who made 460 courtesy Jaydev Shahs 193, removed Vineet Saxena shortly before play ended, with Rajasthan on 62 for 1. Jorge Soler Jersey . Bjorn, who had a 36-hole total of 8-under 134, made a testing six-foot putt to save par on the 16th and a birdie on the 17th before bogeying the final hole after a misjudged approach shot. 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NEW YORK -- Miami coach Katie Meier was happy to head back to Florida with a victory.Erykah Davenport scored 16 points, Jessica Thomas had 15 and No. 22 Miami held St. Johns without a basket for nearly the entire fourth quarter to beat the Red Storm 62-50 on Sunday night.I think that wasnt a pretty basketball game at all, Meier said. We prepared for it to be a slugfest game.Keyona Hayes added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Hurricanes (3-1), who trailed by eight in the third quarter before mounting their comeback.Miami was down 47-43 entering the final period when St. Johns went cold from the field. The Red Storm missed their first 11 shots in the final period until Andrayah Adams hit a floater on the baseline with just under 20 seconds left in the game. It was too late as the Hurricanes outscored them 19-3 in the period.Im going to be proud of this win, Meier said. We might burn this film.The Hurricanes rallied without really a great game from star Adrienne Motley, who was saddled with foul trouble and dealing with a stiff back. She finished with just five points.Akina Wellere scored a career-high 19 points to lead St. Johns (1-2).I thought we played real well in stretches. We had a tremendous third quarter and found a way to come up empty in the fourth, St. Johns coach Joe Tartamella said. We lost our composure in the fourth.After struggling in their home opener in the third quarter against Duquesne when the Red Storm scored just five points in the period, St. Johns used a big third quarter to take the lead against the Hurricanes.St. Johns trailed by five at the half, but scored 16 of the first 19 points in the third period thanks to Wellere. She had two 3-pointers during the run. Aaliyah Lewis floater capped the run and made it 39-31.Miami battled back to trail only 47-43 heading into thhe final quarter.dddddddddddd.Neither team could really get into an offensive flow in the first half. The game was tied at 21 late in the second quarter when Keyona Hayes hit a 3-pointer to spark a 7-2 run to close the half and give the Hurricanes a 28-23 advantage at the break.BIG PICTUREMiami: The Hurricanes were missing Emese Hof and Laura Cornelius as the pair was playing for the Dutch national team at the Euro qualifiers. Theyll be back for the Thanksgiving tournament. ... This was the 25th meeting between the schools, but the first since 2004 when Miami left the Big East to join the ACC. The Hurricanes lead the series 19-6 and have won the last nine matchups. ... Davenport scored in double figures for the fourth straight time to open the season. In her first two years, she had scored 10-plus in back-to-back games just one time.St. Johns: New York Knicks great Earl The Pearl Monroe was in the crowd. ... Welleres previous career high was 17 points against Sacred Heart last season. ... St. Johns shot 30 percent from the field (18-for-60) for the game. The Red Storm was just 9 for 20 from the free throw line.ENJOYING THE BIG APPLE:With Miami on break next week, the Hurricanes were going to be able to enjoy New York. The team had a wonderful dinner Saturday night and will visit Ground Zero on Monday before flying home.POLL IMPLICATIONS:Miami is poised to stay in the Top 25 and might even move up a spot or two.UP NEXT:Miami: The Hurricanes host their own Thanksgiving tournament playing Grambling and then either Fordham or Texas Tech.St. Johns: The Red Storm head to Las Vegas to play against Virginia and Arizona State in the South Point Shootout during Thanksgiving. 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