HORSE RACING

PREAKNESS: Bodemeister was made the 8-5 morning line favorite for Saturday’s Preakness.

The colt trained by Bob Baffert set the pace in the Kentucky Derby before being overtaken in the stretch by I’ll Have Another, who won by 1 1/2 lengths.

The Derby winner is the second-favorite at 5-2 in the 11-horse field entered.

PREP SCHOOLS

GIRLS’ LACROSSE: Beleste Mutra scored eight goals to lead Dana Hall (10-2) to a 17-8 win over Berwick Academy (11-3) at Wellesley, Mass.

Shannon Farrell led the Bulldogs with three goals and one assist, and goalie Kaitlyn Wurzer finished with 11 saves.

• Chelsea Boucher scored four goals and Hannah Hearn added three to lead Hebron Academy to a 17-2 win over Hyde School at Hebron.

Shannon Ward and Carolyn Moore scored for the Phoenix.

SOFTBALL: Erica vanDissel had a double and two RBI for Berwick Academy in a 14-5 loss to Dana Hall at Wellesley, Mass.

Kristin Sanborn added a double and an RBI, and Rachel Hawes had two hits for the Bulldogs (3-7, 2-7 in the Eastern Independent League).

TENNIS

ITALIAN OPEN: Roger Federer defeated Carlos Berlocq 6-3, 6-4 in his opening match in Rome.

There were several upsets in the women’s tournament, with No. 3 Agnieszka Radwanska, No. 6 Caroline Wozniacki and No. 7 Marion Bartoli each losing.

Radwanska was beaten by 28th-ranked Petra Cetkovska of the Czech Republic 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; Wozniacki retired with upper respiratory illness while trailing 6-4, 4-0 to Anabel Medina Garrigues of Spain; and Bartoli was eliminated 6-3, 6-1 by Julia Goerges of Germany.

Top-ranked Victoria Azarenka withdrew because of a right shoulder injury.

CYCLING

DOPING: Lance Armstrong said he’s done talking about doping rumors and allegations that dogged his seven Tour de France titles, after a nearly two-year federal investigation that closed with no charges being filed against him.

In recent interviews with Men’s Journal and the “Gavin Newsom Show” on Current TV, Armstrong said he’s “done” with the performance-enhancing drug question.

GIRO D’ITALIA: Roberto Ferrari sprinted to his first Grand Tour stage victory in the 11th and longest leg while Joaquin Rodriguez retained the overall lead.

— From staff and news services