BASEBALL

Sea Dogs rained out, will play two today

The Portland Sea Dogs’ game against the Altoona Curve on Friday night was postponed because of rain in Pennsylvania. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader today, starting at 6 p.m.

Portland’s Anthony Ranaudo (0-1, 7.36) will start against Nathan Baker (3-5, 5.17) in the first game. The Sea Dogs will send Chris Hernandez (2-4, 3.21) to the mound against Phil Irwin in (0-3, 5.01) in Game 2.

HIGH SCHOOLS

BOYS’ LACROSSE: Lukas McCue, Winston Sullivan and Cameron Glover scored three goals apiece to lead Brunswick to a 13-1 win over Mt. Ararat in the KVAC Class A championship game at Brunswick.

James Wilgus made 12 saves for the Dragons.

GOLF

LPGA: Stacy Lewis and Mika Miyazato were tied for the lead after the opening round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic at Galloway Township, N.J.

Lewis and Miyazato each shot a 6-under 65. Paula Creamer and Mariajo Uribe were tied for third at 4 under.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Englishman Ross Fisher took a two-stroke lead at the Wales Open after shooting a 5-under 66 in the second round at Newport, Wales.

Overnight leader Lee Slattery of England could only manage a 72 and dropped to second at 4-under 138.

BASKETBALL

WNBA: Rebekkah Brunson had 12 points and 13 rebounds as the defending champion Minnesota Lynx improved to 6-0 with an 85-72 victory over the Connecticut Sun at Uncasville, Conn.

Becky Hammon made 6 of 8 3-pointers while scoring 30 points, leading the San Antonio Silver Stars to an 85-66 victory over the visiting Phoenix Mercury.

Sylvia Fowles had 19 points and 16 rebounds, and made a layup at the buzzer to give the Chicago Sky a 65-63 victory over the visiting Washington Mystics.

Epiphanny Prince scored a career-high 31 points for Chicago.

AUTO RACING

TRUCKS: Todd Bodine won a rain-shortened race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.

Bodine celebrated in a makeshift Victory Lane after the race was called with 147 of 200 laps completed on the 1-mile track.

Parker Kligerman was second and Kevin Harvick was third.

BOXING

MAYWEATHER HEADS TO JAIL: Floyd Mayweather Jr. turned himself in at a Las Vegas courtroom to begin serving a three-month jail sentence for attacking his ex-girlfriend in September 2010 while two of their children watched.

Mayweather pleaded guilty in December to reduced domestic battery charges in a hair-pulling, arm-twisting attack on the mother of three of his children. The plea deal avoided trial on felony charges that could have gotten Mayweather up to 34 years in prison if he was convicted.

Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa had allowed Mayweather to remain free long enough to headline a May 5 fight.

—From staff and news services