Kevin Harvick

earned his second Xfinity Series win of his phenomenal season on Saturday, easily holding off

Brendan Gaughan

in the 300 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.

Harvick led for 100 of the 150 laps in his JR Motorsports Chevrolet while cruising to victory on the two-mile oval in his native California.

He has won two Sprint Cup Series races and finished second in the other two heading into Sunday's race. Harvick also won the Xfinity race at Atlanta, and finished third in his only other start.

Harvick was 3.317 seconds ahead of Gaughan.

COLLEGES Ohio State clinched its first NCAA wrestling title, ending Penn State's four-year reign. The Buckeyes won before the final round started, with 94 points and a 10-point lead over Iowa.

In the finals, Indiana's Taylor Walsh (38-6), a Camden Catholic graduate, lost a 14-7 decision to Oklahoma State's Alex Dieringer (34-0). At 174 pounds, the Nittany Lions' Matthew Brown (29-3) won the national title by decision, 6-2, over Pittsburgh's Tyler Wilps (19-4).

GOLF Henrik Stenson played the final four holes in 4-under par, including a 20-foot eagle putt, for a 66 and a 2-shot lead over second-round leader Morgan Hoffmann entering the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando, Fla. West Chester resident Sean O'Hair was 5 shots off the lead.

Hyo Joo Kim took the third-round lead in the LPGA Tour's JTBC Founders Cup in Phoenix, finishing in the dark at Desert Ridge. The 19-year-old South Korean player shot a 6-under 66 for a 2-stroke lead over 2013 winner Stacy Lewis.

Marco Dawson made a 15-foot par putt on the par-4 18th for a 5-under 67 and the second-round lead in the Champions Tour's Tucson Conquistadores Classic in Arizona.

HORSE RACING Dubai Sky earned his fourth consecutive victory, beating second-place Conquest Typhoon by about two lengths in the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati Spiral Stakes at Turfway Park in Florence, Ky. Long shot Firespike, at 37-1, was third. Dubai Sky covered the 11/8 miles in 1:50.26 and picked up 50 points in the Road to the Kentucky Derby. Metaboss, the favorite, was not a factor.

- Inquirer wire services