Former Raiders coach John Madden will be a presenter at the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremonies Aug. 2 in Canton, Ohio. Madden, who is a member of the hall, will introduce former Raiders punter Ray Guy.

Marv Levy will present Andre Reed, and Michael Strahan chose Fox-TV broadcaster Jay Glazer. The remaining inductees -- Derrick Brooks, Walter Jones, Claude Humphey and Aeneas Williams -- chose family members as presenters.

  • Brian Ragira hit a three-run homer in a four-run sixth inning, and San Jose held on for a 7-5 Cal League win over Rancho Cucamonga at Municipal Stadium. The Giants' Jesus Galindo keyed a three-run first with a leadoff triple.

  • Piedmont Hills High's Reonna Collier was selected to USA Today's All-USA girls track and field first team for hurdles. In June, she won the state championship title in the 300-meter low hurdles as a freshman with a time of 40.90 seconds. She placed fourth in the 400 hurdles at the USA Junior Outdoor Championships earlier this month, setting a national 15-year-old age record of 58.55.

  • Single-game tickets for Stanford's home football games go on sale Tuesday at 9 a.m.

  • San Jose State women's swimmer Darcie Anderson, a May 2014 graduate, was named the Mountain West Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. Anderson, a kinesiology major from Willows, had a 3.98 GPA (out of a 4.00).


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  • Stanford soccer players Stephanie Amack, Jane Campbell and Andi Sullivan (incoming freshman) made the U.S. roster for the FIFA Under-20 Women's World Cup on Aug. 5-24 in Canada. If the Americans make a deep run, the Cardinal players could miss games against North Carolina on Aug. 20 and Duke on Aug. 22.

  • San Jose's Shotaro Ban shot a 2-over 74 and was tied for 11th at the 108th Southern Amateur in Ooltewah, Tennessee. The Cal golfer was at 1-under 143. Beau Hossler (68) and Grayson Murray (72) shared first at 138.

    Staff writers Phil Jensen and Elliott Almond and wire services contributed to this report.