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Around the World

Trey Burke is leaving for the NBA, the Braves are off to a great start in the MLB, Adam Scott wins the Masters, and the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing need continued prayer.

Ann Arbor, Mich.: Michigan sophomore guard Trey Burke announced Sunday his plan to leave Michigan for the NBA draft this year. Burke was The Associated Press College Basketball Player of the Year and led his team to the NCAA basketball championship game this year.

Atlanta, Ga.: The Braves completed a three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals on Sunday to improve to 11-1 — the best record in the MLB as of Sunday, April 14.

Adelaide, Australia: Australia’s first ever win at the Masters came last Sunday when native Adam Scott beat Angel Cabrera in a sudden-death playoff to win the title.

Boston, Mass.: Continue to pray for the victims of Monday’s bombing on the course of the Boston Marathon. The marathon is the oldest in the world, and Monday marked its 117th race. More than 27,000 runners participated.