Cahill, with 12 kills and 10 blocks, leads Yarmouth to 15-12 victory over Gorham

Morgan Cahill had three service points and four kills as the Clippers (2-2) beat Gorham (1-2) 15-12 during the decisive fifth game of their high school girls’ volleyball match Tuesday in Yarmouth.

Cahill finished with 12 kills and 10 blocks out of the middle for Yarmouth.

Taylor Hansen had four kills for the Rams and nine service points during Gorham’s match-tying 25-23 game four win.

BOYS’ HOCKEY: Jamie Gagnon, a former Biddeford High coach, has been named coach at Thornton Academy. Gagnon succeeds Shawn Rousseau, who resigned to move to the Kent School in Kent, Conn.


MEN’S SOCCER: Mike Sanfilippo scored in the 54th minute to give St. Joseph’s a 1-0 win over the University of Southern Maine at Gorham.

Jeremy Turner made eight saves for the Huskies. Monk keepers Kenny Grade and Robert Petrosillo went untested in the shutout.

• Nick Powell scored three goals to lead Bowdoin to a 4-1 win over Gordon at Brunswick.

The Polar Bears (1-1) took a 2-1 lead on an own goal by the Scots (1-2-2) in the 33rd minute. Powell added goals in the 42nd and 58th minutes.


NBA: The start of the NBA season was thrown into doubt after players and owners made no progress at a key labor meeting, with no further talks scheduled.

Billy Hunter, the union’s executive director, says players were prepared to make a “significant” financial move, but found owners unwilling to budge off their positions.

Union President Derek Fisher of the Lakers said he will tell players that “the way it looks right now we may not start on time.”

The sides had initially planned to meet again today.

• Even with a lockout firmly in place across the NBA, the Minnesota Timberwolves have still managed to land one of the biggest free agents on the market.

The team said that it has an agreement in principle with Rick Adelman to make one of the game’s great offensive minds its next head coach. An introductory news conference will be held once the contract is signed, but scheduling conflicts mean that is unlikely to happen this week. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.


UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Barcelona conceded a goal after 24 seconds and another in stoppage time as its tournament title defense opened with a draw against AC Milan, while Arsenal was also left stunned by Borussia Dortmund’s late equalizer.

Alexandre Pato opened the scoring for Milan and, after goals from Pedro Rodriguez and David Villa put Barcelona in control, Thiago Silva’s header secured a 2-2 draw in Group H. Dortmund tied it in the 88th minute, with Ivan Perisic’s volley canceling out Robin van Persie’s first-half goal for Arsenal in the 1-1 draw in Group F.

Chelsea Manager Andre Villas-Boas oversaw a 2-0 victory over Bayer Leverkusen in Group E.

• Barcelona says midfielder Andres Iniesta will miss approximately four weeks after injuring his leg against AC Milan. He tore a muscle in his left thigh in the 38th minute.

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Miguel Sabah and Adrian Aldrete scored to rally host Morelia of Mexico to a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy in Group A.

Sabah scored in injury time after Aldrete equalized in the 83rd. Morelia had 70 percent of the possession in the first half, but former Tottenham player Robbie Keane gave the Galaxy the lead in the 52nd minute.

Morelia now shares the Group A lead with the Galaxy on six points from three matches.


BELL CHALLENGE: Top-seeded Daniela Hantuchova beat Ajla Tomljanovic 6-0, 2-6, 6-4 in the first round in Quebec City. No. 2 seed Lucie Safarova, No. 3 Tamira Paszek, No. 5 Sofia Arvidsson and No. 6 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova also advanced. But No. 8 seed Anna Tatishvili lost 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 to qualifier Julie Coin.