Bill O'Neill

of Southampton rolled strikes on six of his first seven balls to defeat top qualifier

Andres Gomez

of Colombia, 237-203, to win the Pepsi Viper Championship in Las Vegas for his third PBA Tour title.

O'Neill, the No. 4 qualifier, cruised into the title match by defeating PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela (244-159); Mike DeVaney of Murrieta, Calif., (242-209); and Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C. (248-192).

TENNIS: Serbia celebrated its first Davis Cup title Sunday, becoming only the second unseeded nation to win the trophy when Viktor Troicki beat Michael Llodra, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3, to complete a three-matches-to-two, comeback win over France in Belgrade, Serbia.

Novak Djokovic tied the finals on Sunday by beating Gael Monfils, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4, in the first reverse-singles match.

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Adriana Leon scored in the 63d minute and Notre Dame defeated Stanford, 1-0, for the NCAA Women's College Cup championship.

Melissa Henderson assisted on the goal for the Fighting Irish (21-2-2), who won the third national championship in program history.

WINTER SPORTS: Ted Ligety captured a World Cup giant slalom, while U.S. teammate Bode Miller finished in 27th place in Beaver Creek, Colo.

American Lindsey Vonn won the women's World Cup super-G race in Lake Louise, Alberta.

Olympic champion Tatjana Huefner won the women's World Cup luge race in Winterberg, Germany, the 100th straight World Cup win for the German women.

BOXING: Indonesia's Chris John retained his WBA featherweight title for the 13th time after defeating Fernando David Saucedo of Argentina.

The unbeaten longtime world champion dominated the final rounds to win a unanimous decision over Saucedo (38-5-2) at Tennis Indoor Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia. John improved to 44-0-2.

HORSE RACING: Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert won his 2,000th race as Free Pourin took the third race at Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif. The 2-year-old gray colt was ridden by Joe Talamo and is owned by Mike Pegram, one of Baffert's earliest clients when he switched from training quarter horses to thoroughbreds.

Baffert ranks sixth all-time among trainers with earnings of $155,109,369 through Saturday. - Associated Press