Sunday River announced that it will spend $2.1 million on a triple-chairlift at the same location as the Spruce Peak Triple, which toppled over last summer when the foundation separated from the mountaintop following heavy rain.

No one was hurt because it happened when the lift was not in operation.

Officials say the new lift will use a conveyor system to make it easier for skiers to board, and it will be faster than the old one, taking skiers to the top in eight minutes. Construction begins in May.

The ski resort was without the lift during the past season.


EASTERN LEAGUE: Andrew Pullin’s double to right scored Scott Kingery in the seventh inning as the Reading Fightin Phils (11-7) rallied for a 6-5 victory over the visiting Portland Sea Dogs (9-8).

Kingery preceded Pullin with a one-out double.

Tzu-Wei Lin hit a two-run homer and Heiker Meneses had a two-run single as Portland, which scored on a Rafael Devers homer in the second, opened a 5-2 lead with a four-run fourth.

Mitch Walding and Joel Fisher hit home runs to key a three-run Reading rally in the bottom of the fourth.


XFINITY SERIES: Kyle Larson took the lead with a handful of laps to go when Ty Dillon jumped a restart and won in overtime at Richmond International Raceway.

Larson barely made it to the overtime line in a two-lap dash to the finish. The line marks the spot the race leader must have crossed for the race to be deemed official, and just after Larson crossed it, a crash behind him brought out a yellow flag.


HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT: Anthony Joshua survived the first knockdown of his young career, coming back to drop Wladimir Klitschko twice before stopping him in the 11th round to retain his heavyweight titles in London.

Before a boisterous crowd of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium, Joshua and Klitschko traded huge punches and showed grit before Joshua finally found a way to finish the longtime former champion.


PORSCHE GRAND PRIX: Maria Sharapova’s first tournament since her controversial return ended when she lost to Kristina Mladenovic in the semifinal in Stuttgart, Germany.

Mladenovic beat former top-ranked Sharapova 3-6, 7-5, 6-4.

BARCELONA OPEN: Dominic Thiem upset top-ranked Andy Murray 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 to advance to the final against defending champion Rafael Nadal in Barcelona, Spain.

Nadal beat Horacio Zeballos 6-3, 6-4 after Thiem beat Murray in windy conditions.


BUNDESLIGA: Robert Lewandowski scored twice as Bayern Munich ensured a record fifth straight German title with a 6-0 rout of Wolfsburg.

LA LIGA: Barcelona and Real Madrid maintained their neck-and-neck title race as both teams won to stay level on points.