HIGH SCHOOLS

Woodhouse collects four goals to propel Waynflete to 11-6 victory over Kennebunk

Morgan Woodhouse had four goals and two assists as Waynflete School defeated Kennebunk 11-6 in a high school girls’ lacrosse game Wednesday at Kennebunk.

Sadie Cole had two goals and an assist for the Flyers (8-1).

Taylor Crowley had two goals, Kate Graydon added a goal and an assist and Kelly Renk stopped 22 shots for Kennebunk (7-2).

Molly Curry had five goals and three assists to lead visiting Yarmouth (7-2) to an 11-6 victory over North Yarmouth Academy (6-3) at Yarmouth.

Danielle Torres contributed with three goals and Carlie Woodson made six saves for Yarmouth.

Lilly Wellenbach led NYA with two goals.

AUTO RACING

NASCAR: Driver Clint Bowyer has been placed on probation until June 16 for aggressive driving.

The penalty stems from a late-race incident between Bowyer and Denny Hamlin in last weekend’s Nationwide race at Dover. Bowyer and Hamlin were battling for position during a late restart when Hamlin clipped Bowyer, forcing him to pit.

The probation covers all three of NASCAR’s major series. Bowyer is a regular on the Sprint Cup Series and drives occasionally on the Nationwide circuit.

Casey Mears will fill in for Brian Vickers during Saturday’s Sprint Cup All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Red Bull Racing said Mears will drive the No. 83 Toyota for Vickers, who is undergoing treatment for blood clots in his legs and near his lungs. Mears finished 22nd while subbing for Vickers last weekend at Dover.

TRUCK SERIES: NASCAR has suspended two crew members indefinitely for violation of its substance abuse policy.

Clint Carter, a member of the No. 46 team, and Jeremy Wilbert of the No. 95 team were suspended Wednesday. Both trucks are owned by Team Gill Racing.

PIT CREW CHALLENGE: Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 team continued a dominating season by winning NASCAR’s Pit Crew Challenge in Charlotte, N.C.

The seven-member team changed four tires, put in gas and pushed the car 40 yards in 23.132 seconds to edge defending champ Jeff Burton’s crew and collect $70,650.

SOCCER

COPA DEL RAY: Diego Capel scored in the fifth minute and Jesus Navas added a goal in second-half injury time to lead Sevilla over Atletico Madrid 2-0 in Barcelona, Spain, for its second Copa del Rey title in three seasons.

Capel beat goalkeeper David de Gea with a rising shot from just outside the penalty area before a crowd of about 90,000. Keeper Andres Palop denied Diego Forlan in the 79th minute, and Navas scored on a counterattack.

REVOLUTION FALL: Filipe Menezes, Sidnei and Cesar Peixoto scored in the first half and Benfica of Portugal defeated the New England Revolution 4-0 in an international friendly at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

Menezes opened the scoring in the 15th minute after slicing through the Revolution and unleashing a low shot from just outside the box that beat diving goalkeeper Preston Burpo.

Sidnei doubled the advantage two minutes later, heading in a cross from Cesar Peixoto. Peixoto scored in the 32nd minute. Forward Alan Kardec finished the scoring in the 54th minute with a free kick from about 35 yards out.

CYCLING

GIRO D’ITALIA: Evgeni Petrov fought through rain and windy conditions to win the 11th stage, from Lucera to L’Aquila, Italy, and Richie Porte overtook the overall lead.

Petrov finished the 163-mile leg, the longest of this year’s Giro, in 6 hours, 23 minutes and 29 seconds.

Dario Cataldo finished 5 seconds behind, while Carlos Sastre broke from the chasing pack to finish third in the same time.

Porte took first place overall from Alexandre Vinokourov, who was unable to break free of the second group and had a punctured tire 30 miles from the finish.

BASKETBALL

WNBA: Chamique Holdsclaw’s brief tenure with Atlanta is over. Holdsclaw, a six-time All-Star, was released after Coach Marynell Meadors said the forward asked for a trade three days prior to training camp and did not report to the team.

Meadors, who said she was surprised by Holdsclaw’s trade request, says she tried to work out a deal for the team’s second-leading scorer.