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NEW ORLEANS -- Playing with a cast on his broken throwing arm, Louisiana-Lafayette quarterback Terrance Broadway wasnt as prolific as usual. Fortunately for the Ragin Cajuns, they had Corey Trim to make a game-changing play on defence. Trim returned an interception 82 yards for a touchdown, Hunter Stover hit a go-ahead 27-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, and Louisiana-Lafayette held off Tulane 24-21 on Saturday night for its third straight New Orleans Bowl victory. Tulane set up for a 48-yard field goal try in the final seconds, but Cairo Santos, the 2012 Lou Groza award winner as the nations best kicker, missed just left. Elijah McGuire and Alonzo Harris each had touchdowns runs for the Ragin Cajuns (9-4), who led 21-0 on Trims interception -- the longest in the bowl games history -- against Nick Montana. But Tulane rallied to tie it at 21 on three TD runs by Orleans Darkwa. Broadway passed for 143 yards and ran for 33, but took a lot of hits in the second half before being replaced by Jalen Nixon in the fourth quarter. Devin Powell replaced Montana in the first half and passed for 223 yards for Tulane (7-6), but had a pass intercepted by Sean Thomas, a play that set up ULLs winning field goal. It wasnt clear until kickoff who was going to play quarterback for either team. ULL coach Mark Hudspeth had all but ruled out Broadway, who broke his right (throwing) arm Nov. 30. Tulane coach Curtis Johnson said he was unsure if he could start Montana, who had struggled much of the season with injuries, including to his throwing shoulder. Both quarterbacks ended up starting, but only Broadway took the majority of his teams snaps. Ragin Cajuns needed six plays to produce the games opening score. Broadway completed his first two passes for first downs, and McGuire capped the drive with a 27-yard run in which he reached for the pylon as he was knocked out of bounds. Tulane crossed midfield on its third drive before running a trick play in which receiver Ryan Grant took a reverse handoff and threw deep, but it was intercepted by Thomas and returned to the ULL 27. That set up a six-play 73-yard scoring drive that ended with Alonzo Harris 15-yard scoring run. The Wave was in position to halve its deficit when Montana drove Tulane inside the ULL 20, but Trims interception along the sideline made it 21-0 early in the second quarter. Desperate for points, Tulane sought to convert on fourth-and-3 from its own 47. Powell threw deep and Devon Breaux made an adjustment to haul in an underthrown pass for a 42-yard gain, setting up Darkwas first TD from the 1. Jordan Sullens interception at the Tulane 35 set up the Green Waves second scoring drive, which began with Powells 49-yard pass to Grant. That led to Darwkas second score on a 7-yard run up the middle to make it 21-14 shortly before halftime. 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Now Im just waiting for my first LPGA victory." Norways Suzann Pettersen and Lydia Ko of New Zealand, the tournaments defending champion, are just one stroke back after a round under clear skies and little wind. Hedwall sits at 68-68-64-200 to sit at 10 under par. She birdied four holes on the front nine and three after the turn, along with one bogey. At last weekends Solheim Cup, Hedwall became the first player in Solheim history to win five matches as the Europeans dismantled the Americans 18-10. She said Solheim is still with her. "I was a little tired on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, but when the tournament started I think (the) last week just gave me a lot of energy and self-confidence," she said. Hedwall joined the LPGA tour in 2011. Ko, 16, bounced back from a so-so second round to notch a three-under 67 on Saturday. "I was overall really happy," said Ko, who sits nine-under at 201. "I was eight-under coming into the final round last year, so (now Im) one shot better, which leaves me in a good place." Ko was just 15 when she defeated Inbee Park by three strokes to win the 2012 CN Canadian Open at the Vancouver Golf Club. Ko is still classified an amateur so, just like last year, if she wins the tournament she wont be allowed to accept the US$300,000 first prize. It would instead go to the second-place finisher. Pettersen, thhe third-ranked player in the world, has been getting better every round.dddddddddddd. Her card is 69-67-65-201. She shot six birdies on Saturday after making just seven total in the first two rounds. She, too, said the recent Solheim experience is helping her game. "From a general standpoint usually coming off Solheim -- where your mindset is in such an aggressive mode -- you usually feed off (it) the following week because you want to keep making putts," said Pettersen. Pettersen, 32, has 11 LPGA wins and captured the CN Canadian Open in 2009. The most dramatic drop of the day belonged to world Park, the worlds top-ranked golfer. Park shared the lead with Cristie Kerr of Florida heading into Saturday but saw her game collapse. The 25-year-old South Korean logged 12 birdies over the first two rounds, but shot only one on Saturday against three bogeys and one double bogey to finish four-over 74 and six strokes back. Kerr, the 2006 winner of the Canadian Open, bogeyed the last two holes and is tied for 20th, seven strokes back. The two Canadians still in the field did not fare well. Samantha Richdale of Kelowna, B.C., shot five over 75 to sit tied for 60th, 15 strokes back. Richdale had her worst day of the tournament, logging seven bogeys after making par in each of the first two rounds. "My ball striking has been a little bit sketchy this whole week," said Richdale. "Ill just try and work on that on the range, and hopefully go out there and hit it a little bit better tomorrow." Jessica Shepley of Oakville, Ont., shot an eight-over 78 and sits 19 strokes behind. She took a triple bogey on her first hole and it was downhill from there. "It was just a horrendous round of golf," said Shepley. "Theres not a whole lot I can do. I kind of blew this one." The other 18 Canadians, including Lorie Kane of Charlottetown, did not make the cut. ' ' '

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