HIGH SCHOOLS

Todd Day has been hired as Westbrook’s girls’ basketball coach, the school announced Friday night.

Day has assisted Mike Giordano for the last seven years – four years with the South Portland girls, and three years with the Scarborough girls. He previously was an assistant for six years under Portland boys’ coach Joe Russo.

Day, who teaches at Lincoln Middle School in Portland, also is the baseball coach at Wells. Before going to Wells, he coached baseball for three years at Cape Elizabeth – where he guided the Capers to a Class B state championship in 2004 – and two years at Portland.

COLLEGES

BASEBALL: Binghamton’s three-run rally in the bottom of the fifth fueled a 4-2 win over Maine and a sweep of an America East doubleheader Friday afternoon at Vestal, New York.

After falling behind 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth, the Black Bears (18-33, 7-15) took a 2-1 lead on a two-run homer by Brett Chappell in the top of the fifth inning.

Binghamton (27-22, 19-4) won the opener 7-3, erasing a 2-0 deficit with four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning.

Jeremy Pena, Danny Casals and Brenden Geary had two hits apiece for the Black Bears.

FOOTBALL: West Virginia Coach Dana Holgorsen says he expects suspended former Florida quarterback Wil Grier to be eligible for the start of the 2017 season.

Grier was suspended for one year in the middle of last season for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs.

The University of Montana topped the Football Championship Subdivision in attendance for the second straight year, averaging 24,139 for seven home games.

SOCCER

EUROPE: UEFA has opened disciplinary cases against Liverpool and Sevilla after fans fought in a poorly segregated section of the stadium before the Europa League final at Nyon, Switzerland on Wednesday. Rival fans in neighboring blocks of seats clashed behind one goal 30 minutes before kickoff.

FIFA: Three decades after Diego Maradona’s infamous “Hand of God” goal against England at the World Cup, the Dutch soccer association said it is ready to be among the first to use video replay technology.

CYCLING

USA: USA Cycling and bike maker Felt unveiled a revolutionary bike more than two years in the making Friday, one that should make the record-setting Americans the odds-on favorites for gold at the Rio Olympics.

The bike takes into consideration the specific aerodynamics of a velodrome for the first time, resulting in a number of unique attributes: the entire bike is asymmetrical to account for yaw, the drive-train is moved from the right side to the left, and every tube is shaped for maximum speed.

TRACK AND FIELD

U.S. MEN: Usain Bolt used a strong finish to win the 100 meters in 9.98 seconds at the Golden Spike meet at Ostrava, Czech Republic.

TENNIS

STRASBOURG INTERNATIONAL: Mirjana Lucic-Baroni, 34, routed fourth-seeded Kristina Mladenovic of France 6-1, 6-1 to reach the final at Strasbourg, France – 19 years after losing to Steffi Graf in the title.

NICE OPEN: Top-seeded Dominic Thiem of Austria beat Adrian Mannarino of France 6-1, 6-3 to reach the final in France.

– From staff and news services