High schoolers Elizabeth Littell and Eliza Stein each scored three goals in Thursday’s Class A women’s lacrosse game at Fitzpatrick Stadium to lead Portland to a 9-7 victory over Sanford. Phoebe Knoll added two goals and an assist. For the Bulldogs, Lila Green scored Portland’s goal and Eva Smith made six saves (9-5). Emerson Turpin scored four goals on Sanford’s (8-6) pace. Kaylynn Hessler contributed two of hers and Violet Quinn her one.
Men’s lacrosse: Blake McPherson had 6 goals and 2 assists, Tobias Perkins had 4 goals and 1 assist as Windham (9-5) beat visiting Gorham (5-9) 14-8. Hayden Peltier led Gorham with four goals. Cole Chassé added two points.
Kayden Wellett had two goals and five assists in Gray’s 6-8 win over New Gloucester/Poland as the 26ers beat Gray’s Edward Little (3-10) 12-5. The 26ers added three points from Ben Powell and two from Noah Shaffer.
Baseball Eastern League: Tyler Hardman hits a game-winning grand slam in the 7th, Jasson Dominguez adds a 3-run homer in the 8th, and the Somerset Patriots overcome a 7-0 deficit to Portland – Beat the Sea Dogs 11-7. , in Bridgewater, New Jersey. Somerset rejoiced in the Portland bullpen after Sterling Sharp kept five scoreless innings, allowing just two hits and one walk. The Sea Dogs relievers had nine walks over the next three innings, including three with the bases loaded. The Sea Dogs scored three in the first inning and four in the fourth to build their lead. Nick York had 3-for-5, Corey Rozier hit a two-run triple, and Philip Sykes also had two RBIs.
United States Men’s Soccer: Striker Foralin Balogun is one of 24 players selected by interim coach BJ Callahan for the training camp ahead of the CONCACAF Nations League semi-finals, where he will make his international debut against Mexico on 15 June. have the potential to fulfill. The roster also includes 13 veterans from last year’s World Cup squad, including wingers Cristian Pulisic, Gio Reyna and Tim Weah goalkeeper Matt Turner and outside back Serginho Dest. Pulisic, Reyna, Turner and Dest had just finished a club season with few starts and Weah was mostly out of position. Balogun committed last month to the United States instead of England or Nigeria. He has scored 20 goals in 36 league appearances for Reims in French Ligue 1 ahead of Saturday’s final game of the season.
U-20 World Cup: Anderson Duarte’s shot from the edge of the box in Buenos Aires, Argentina, saw Uruguay beat Gambia 1-0 to reach the quarter-finals. Uruguay will play the USA on Sunday.
College softball: Jordy Burr pitches five times with 11 strikeouts in the Women’s College World Series opener in Oklahoma City as two-time national champions Oklahoma beat Stanford 2-0. contributed. Oklahoma (57-1) extended its Division I-record winning streak to 49 games and advanced to face fourth-seeded Tennessee (50-8) on Saturday. In Game 1 of his series, Riley West hit his 3-run homer to help No. 4-seeded Tennessee beat No. 5-seeded Alabama, 10-5. The Vols had two hits from Jamison Brockenbrough and Katie Taylor and two runs from Kiki Miloy (50-8).
Hockey NHL: Patrick Kane has hip resurfacing surgery and is expected to miss four to six months. The lengthy absence will likely keep Kane out of NHL training camp, but it means he could be back early in the regular season.
WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Hilary Knight swept the top of the ballot for the International Ice Hockey Federation’s first-ever Women’s Player of the Year award. It was about six weeks after Knight, 33, was named captain. USA wins the gold medal at the World Championships. Knight won 40.9% of the votes submitted by a select group of more than 50 media and federation officials representing 16 countries. Second place was US defender Caroline Harvey with 18.2%, followed by 15-year-old Slovakian Nella Lopsanova (13.6%) in third place.
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