Henry Owens strikes out 11 in six scoreless innings in his Double-A debut as Portland beats Bowie, 6-1.
Jake Peavy allows four hits in seven-plus innings as the Red Sox beat Arizona, 5-2.
Micah Kogo of Kenya wins his second Beach to Beacon in three years.
Readily adaptable to cooler waters, at least a few great white sharks venture into the Gulf of Maine, but they're after seals, not swimmers.
Krige Schabort sets a course record for the men's wheelchair division, 21 minutes, 53 seconds.
Erica Jesseman of Scarborough, who won in 34 minutes, 17.6 seconds, misses the Maine course record by six-tenths of a second.
Kenyan Joyce Chepkirui pulls away to beat Great Britain's Gemma Steel by 12 seconds.
Saco recovers from a first-game loss with a resounding victory on the coach's birthday.
Riley Masters of Veazie is the first Mainer to finish in 30 minutes, 19 seconds.
'I will say this: There is more than one party that benefits from me not ever stepping back on the field,' he says after homering Friday night for the Double-A Trenton Thunder.
The Beach to Beacon, in its 16th running, continues to amaze the elite runners who travel the world
The starting horn was sounded by Karen Rand, a former Westbrook resident who lost one of her legs in a blast at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15.
The only thing wide receiver Cris Carter didn't get his hands on was a Super Bowl ring.
Saco & Biddeford Savings of Westbrook opens a 7-0 lead against Bangor before play is suspended.
Jimmie Johnson edges a suspicious Kyle Busch for the top qualifying position at Pocono Raceway.
Travis Shaw and Michael Almanzar homer during a seven-run 11th inning as Portland beats Bowie, 9-2.
Anthony Ranaudo heads to Triple-A Pawtucket and Chris Hernandez, a Sea Dog last year, returns.
The entire community – sponsors, volunteers, runners and spectators – takes pride in the uplifting event.