HIGH SCHOOLS

BASEBALL: Cody Laberge hit a two-run double in the sixth inning to lift Windham (6-6) to a 3-2 win Saturday at Westbrook (9-3).
Cody Dube pitched a four-hitter with one walk and five strikeouts. Drew Gagnon had two doubles and drove in a run in the fourth inning.
Scott Heath and Sean Murphy scored Westbrook’s runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Kyle Moore had four hits and four RBI to pace Freeport (3-9) to a 10-5 win Saturday over Sacopee Valley (0-11) at Freeport.
Connor Dietrich gave up six hits and didn’t allow an earned run in his first start.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE: Ellie Arsenault scored the tiebreaking goal with 52 seconds remaining to lift Thornton Academy to an 8-7 win over Massabesic on Saturday.

Arsenault finished with two goals and an assist, and Erin Kay also scored twice. Nikki Smith had two goals and two assists for Massabesic.

COLLEGES

TRACK AND FIELD: USM’s Anthony Stanton of Acton and Bethany Dumas of Augusta qualified for the NCAA Division III championships, which begin Thursday at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio.

Stanton will participate in the high jump on Saturday, and Dumas will compete in the javelin on Thursday.

Dumas also provisionally qualified for the pole vault but missed making the field by 1 inches.

BASKETBALL

Sun take charge in second half to hand Mystics their first loss of WNBA season

Tan White scored 15 points and Anete Jekabsone-Zogota added 14 to pace the Connecticut Sun to an 80-65 victory over the Washington Mystics at Uncasville, Conn.

The Sun (2-1) used a 25-5 run during an eight-minute span of the second half to pull away from the Mystics (3-1).

Angel McCoughtry scored 21 points, Erika DeSouza had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and the visiting Atlanta Dream (4-0) remained undefeated with an 86-77 victory over the New York Liberty.
Cappie Pondexter scored 21 points for the Liberty (1-2).

HOCKEY

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: The Czech Republic ended Russia’s 27-game winning streak at the world championships with a 2-1 victory in the final at Cologne, Germany.

Jakub Klepis, a former Portland Pirate, gave the Czechs the lead just 20 seconds in, and Tomas Rolinek made it 2-0 with less than two minutes left in the second period. Pavel Datsyuk cut Russia’s deficit to a goal with 35.3 seconds left in the game.

In the bronze medal game, Jonas Andersson scored twice in the third period to lift Sweden to a 3-1 victory over Germany.

CYCLING

TOUR OF CALIFORNIA: Michael Rogers of Australia finished in the main group behind Ryder Hesjedal of Canada to hold on to his 9-second lead over David Zabriskie of the United States and win the eight-stage race.
American Levi Leipheimer, the three-time defending champion, finished third overall.

GIRO D’ITALIA: Ivan Basso has won the 15th stage, launching a solo attack on the grueling climb up Monte Zoncolan to move into contention behind overall leader David Arroyo.

Arroyo kept his lead despite finishing 3 minutes, 50 seconds behind Basso. Richie Porte remained second overall, 2:35 off the pace, and Basso was 3:33 back in third after starting the day in 11th place.