Portland's Xander Bogaerts, a top prospect, is headed to Pawtucket after hitting .424 this month.
Anthony Ranaudo ties a Portland record with 13 strikeouts in a 2-0 win over Erie.
Tom Brady celebrated his completion by throwing his hands into the air and shouting as if it was a game-winning catch . . .
Phil Mickelson flies across the country, then leads among those who finished before rain forced a stop.
Brian Kelly, however, feels no remorse over breaking his Cincinnati contract to take the Irish job.
It was lights out in more than one way for the home team, which drops a doubleheader.
Western Class A: The Red Storm will play for another state title after rallying for a 5-2 victory.
Western Class B: Cape Elizabeth ends Falmouth's two-year state title reign with a 9-8 victory.
Western Class A: The Mustangs score with 3:51 left to top Kennebunk, 7-6.
Just up from Pawtucket, Alfredo Aceves allows one run in six innings to improve his record to 3-1.
Chicago battles back from a two-goal deficit to outlast the Bruins 4-3 in the Cup opener.
York wins its third straight game against a higher seed, knocking off the defending state champs.
The Rangers, who fell a game short of the state final last spring, beat the Gray-New Gloucester Patriots, 2-1.
Western Class A: The Blue Blazes move a step closer to ending a 43-year state championship drought.
Yarmouth bolts to a 10-0 lead in routing Gardiner for the Eastern Class B title.
Yarmouth breaks open a tight game with a big second half in the Eastern Class B final.
Elyse Caiazzo scores six goals as Cheverus takes the Eastern Class A title.
The Stags successfully defend their regional crown and will meet Scarborough again.
John Wheeler scores five goals for the Red Storm, seeking another state title.
Sergio Garcia won't be the favorite when the U.S. Open begins Thursday morning.