ROCKINGHAM, N.C. -- Kyle Larson picked up his first NASCAR national series win on Sunday by holding off Joey Logano on the final restart of the Truck Series race at Rockingham Speedway. Logano was closing in on Larson when a collision between Timothy Peters and Ryan Sieg brought out the caution with two laps remaining. "I was definitely worried and I could see him getting closer and closer in the mirror and was hoping we could get to the line, and we got that yellow with just a couple to go," Larson said. Logano had fresher tires and Larson was thought to be a sitting duck for the green-white-checkered restart. Instead, Logano misjudged Larsons start and Larson drove away to the win after leading 187 laps. "Im usually not the best on restarts, so I was surprised I got that good of a start," said Larson, who won in a truck for Turner Scott Motorsports with an Autism Speaks paint scheme in honour of crew chief Trent Owens son, Gray. "I wish Gray was here with us to hang out and have fun. Im pretty happy. This is very special. I just want to thank all the fans for coming out and watching this, and I hope all the fans watching at home enjoyed it, too." Logano, who was second after flying to the race from Saturdays nights fifth-place finish at Texas, blamed himself for not getting past Larson on the two-lap sprint to the finish. "I just got beat. I was waiting for him to do something on the restart and he didnt do what I expected him to do," Logano said. "I spun my tires and cost these guys the race. I thought when that caution came out, Man, OK, this is right where I want to be. Im a couple tenths faster than Kyle there, and just got beat. My fault." Brendan Gaughan was third and was followed by Johnny Sauter, and Chase Elliott. NASCAR asked to see Ron Hornaday Jr. after the race to discuss his wrecking Darrell Wallace Jr. under caution. The accident was similar to a 2011 incident at Texas when Kyle Busch wrecked Hornaday under caution during a Truck race. Hornaday was racing for the championship at the time, and Busch was immediately parked for the rest of the race. NASCAR then suspended him for the rest of the weekend. On Sunday, first-year Truck Series race director Chad Little ordered Hornaday to the tail end of the longest line and allowed him to complete the race. He finished 15th and said he didnt mean to wreck Wallace. "I didnt know the yellow was out and I got down in there and started racing on the back straightaway, and he slowed up and then I run into him a little bit," Hornaday said. "But down the back, I went over to the other side and I dont know if he hit his brakes on me or whatever, but I turned him in the fence and I feel like a total idiot. I dont race that way, so theyre racing me hard lately, these rookies, and Im learning how to race them. "Earlier he picked me up down the back straightaway and tried to drive me in over my head already. I dont know. I feel like an idiot for wrecking him." Replays of Wallace and Hornaday racing moments before the caution came out showed Wallace running Hornaday high up the track as he attempted to pass him. Wallace felt Hornaday wrecking him under caution was retaliation for that. "With three laps to go, I was trying to get my line or take his line away because I knew he wouldnt give me the top. Its unfortunate. We come out here and I seem like the veteran and not the rookie out of that situation," said Wallace, adding that Hornaday "just flat out wrecks us. Just wrecked us." Orlando Franklin Jersey. A report posted on the Denver Posts website Monday night says Roys younger brother, Stephane Roy, leaked the impending announcement. Ryan Clady Jersey. -- The 14-year-old from China isnt going anywhere in a hurry., and Philippe Gagne of Montreal won the silver medal in the mens 10-metre synchro on Sunday to conclude the fifth stop on the FINA Grand Prix diving circuit. Chris Harris Jersey. It ended with the Washington Nationals accomplishing something they hadnt done all season -- coming from three runs down to win a ballgame. The Nationals swept a day-night doubleheader from the Minnesota Twins on Sunday, climbing back to . Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Jersey. Pittsburghs game against the Washington Nationals on Friday night was postponed due to rain, but the Pirates claimed infielder Brandon Wood off waivers from the Los Angeles Angels.CALGARY - Sean Monahan was just nine years old the last the last time the Calgary Flames won in Anaheim. If the impressive rookie can stay hot when Calgary starts a five-game western road swing there on Wednesday, the surprising Flames may be able to put that dubious distinction to rest. A win in Southern California would be a boost to the Flames (3-0-2). The last time they won in Anaheim was back on Jan. 19, 2004 when the Ducks (4-1-0) were still known as the Mighty Ducks. "I never knew that, so I think that would be cool to get a win there," said Monahan, who scored the game-winning goal in Calgarys last game at home on Friday to propel the Flames to a 3-2 win over the New Jersey Devils. Monahan is currently riding a four-game, goal-scoring streak. The six-foot-two, 185-pound centre leads the Flames with four goals, to go with two assists, and has recorded at least one point in every game he has played. "Im sure you guys realize how mature he is for a guy whos just turned 19 (on Saturday)," said Calgary captain Mark Giordano. "If you watch him play, if you really watch his game, hes such a smart, headsy player. You cant teach what he has. Hes in a great spot all the time and when he gets those chances around the net he finishes, so its been pretty to watch so far." Calgary used the sixth overall selection to choose Monahan in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft last June and the Flames still have the option to send him back to junior with the OHLs Ottawa 67s. Monahans entry level contract will kick in as soon as he plays his 10th game with Calgary, which is slated to take place on Oct. 24 in Dallas against the Stars. Calgary coach Bob Hartley hasnt yet discussed the possibility of assigning Monahan back to the 67s with general manager Jay Feaster or president of hockey operations Brian Burke. "We know how to count to nine, so eventually well have a breakfast or a lunch or a dinner," Hartley said. "Im sure were going to be talking about it." For now, Monahan will just go about his business of turning heads with his play in an effort to stick with the Flames for the rest of the season. "Im going to try and be the same player Ive been and just continue to learn things and build on my game and try and be an everyday pro and let the cards fall where they fall," said Monahan, who is coming off of back-to--back 78-point seasons with the 67s.dddddddddddd "Im here to do my job and do my part and theyre going to make the decision whenever they want to, so well see what happens." Fellow Flames rookie Sven Baertschi has enjoyed playing on the same line with Monahan and is hoping they can continue to build upon the chemistry they have developed. "We understand each other really well, so it makes it easier to make plays right now," said Baertschi, who has put up a goal and two assists through five games. "For him, the main thing is hes just got to keep going, to keep playing the same way hes playing. In the end, thats the decision somebody else has to make for him. Hes been great here. Hes been outstanding." Baertschi knows what its like to be under the microscope as a highly-touted, first-round pick of the Flames. Calgarys 13th overall selection in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft started the season with the Flames last year, but was sent down to play in the minors with the AHLs Abbotsford Heat after going scoreless in his first four games. Baertschi was eventually recalled and finished the season on a seven-game point-scoring streak, during which time he had three goals and six assists. "I really enjoy it right now that Im not always in the spotlight," said Baertschi, who wants to do his part to extend Monahans current streak. "He should keep doing that well, so I can just do my thing and relax and make sure hes scores goals and keep him happy." Monahan credited Baertschi with helping him through the process of adapting to life in the NHL. "Obviously were both kind of in the same boat right now and were both working hard to try and play on this team full time," Monahan said. "Svens a good player. We get along. We talk a lot on the ice, off the ice. Right now, were finding each other. I think were only going to get better." Goalie Joey MacDonald, who will start his fifth straight game for Calgary against Anaheim, has enjoyed all the youthful exuberance hes seen with the Flames early in the season. "With the young guys we have here, weve got lots of energy," MacDonald said. "Everybodys excited to get back at it (in Anaheim). Its a tough place to get a win. Weve got a new fresh start here and a great bunch of young guys. Hey, you know what? Were up to the task." ' ' '