Portland High School senior Terion Moss, who helped his team win its second straight Class AA state championship in February, has been named the Gatorade Maine Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year.
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound junior led Portland to a 19-2 record. He averaged 17.6 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.7 steals and 3.6 assists per game.
The award recognizes athletic excellence as well as academic achievement and character on and off the court.
Moss has volunteered locally on behalf of youth basketball programs and has a B average.
WTA: Angelique Kerber is back at No. 1 in the WTA rankings, reclaiming that spot from Serena Williams.
Kerber moves atop the rankings on Monday. That’s about six months after she originally ascended to No. 1 for the first time, overtaking Williams by winning the U.S. Open.
That ended Williams’ run of 186 consecutive weeks at the top.
Williams reclaimed No. 1 in late January when she won the Australian Open for her 23rd Grand Slam title.
TOKYO 2020: The Tokyo course that will host the 2020 Olympic golf tournament has decided to change its membership policy to include women.
The Kasumigaseki Country Club said its executive board decided on the change after discussions among its members. The membership policy came under scrutiny when Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike urged it to admit women as full members.
U.S. MEN: United States forward Bobby Wood has pulled out of World Cup qualifiers against Honduras and Panama due to back problems.
ENGLAND: Manchester United is heading back to the United States for its preseason tour.
The team will play in five cities across the country on a two-week tour in July, with matches in Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Santa Clara and Washington. United has yet to announce the fifth city for the games or the opposition.
TOUR OF CATALONIA: Davide Cimolai of Italy won the opening stage at Calella, Spain, by less than a wheel. The FDJ rider pushed his wheel just in front of Nacer Bouhanni as the two broke away in the final meters of the 111-mile mountainous stage starting and ending in Calella.
U.S. WOMEN: The U.S. women’s national team says discussions with USA Hockey over an ongoing wage dispute were productive and will continue this week. Players announced last week they’d boycott the upcoming world championships in Plymouth, Michigan, unless significant progress was made toward a labor agreement.
MATCH PLAY: Dustin Johnson is facing a trio of major champions in his group at Austin, Texas.
Johnson is the No. 1 seed for the first time in Match Play, which starts Wednesday at Austin Country Club. The three players assigned to his round-robin group are PGA champion Jimmy Walker, two-time major champion Martin Kaymer and former U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson.
Defending champion Jason Day, the No. 3 seed, has Bay Hill winner Marc Leishman in his group.
Rory McIlroy has Emiliano Grillo, Gary Woodland and Soren Kjeldsen,