HIGH SCHOOLS

Yarmouth football player earns feature spot in Sports Illustrated Faces in the Crowd

Yarmouth High senior Anders Overhaug is the latest Mainer to be featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd.

Overhaug is listed in this week’s issue for his performance in the Class C state championship game, when he scored six touchdowns in a 41-14 victory against Bucksport.

The clip reads: “Anders, a senior running back at Yarmouth High, scored all six of his team’s touchdowns — four on runs, one on a pass and one on a 92-yard kickoff return — in a 41–14 win over Bucksport, which hadn’t allowed more than two touchdowns in a game all season, for the Clippers’ second straight Class C state title. It was their 24th consecutive win and capped back-to-back undefeated seasons. Anders rushed for 1,726 yards and 30 touchdowns this season and made 100 tackles as a strong safety.”

PREP SCHOOLS

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Kaila Durante scored 16 points and Jess Derany added 11, including three 3-pointers, to lead Beaver Country Day School to a 65-30 victory against Berwick Academy at South Berwick.

Juliana Blais had eight points and Nicole Kleinmann followed with six for Berwick.

SKIING

WORLD CUP: The men’s giant slalom and slalom, along with the women’s super-G, will be at Beaver Creek, Colo., next week due to a lack of snow in Val d’Isere, France.

MARTIAL ARTS

JAIL SENTENCE: Brett Charles Rogers, a mixed martial arts fighter, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for assaulting his wife in their Hastings, Minn., home.

BIATHLON

WORLD CUP: Martin Fourcade of France won the 20-kilometer biathlon in the season-opening World Cup at Ostersund, Sweden.

OLYMPICS

JOINT BID: Nevada Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki said Nevada agreed with officials in California to make a run at hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics at Lake Tahoe.

SOCCER

LEAGUE CUP: Manchester United was knocked out of the League Cup quarterfinals by Crystal Palace, the second-tier club scoring in extra time for a 2-1 road victory.

NHL

RED WINGS 4, LIGHTNING 2: Tomas Holmstrom’s power-play goal broke a tie early in the third period, and Pavel Datsyuk and Jonathan Ericsson each had a goal and an assist as Detroit won at home.

– From staff and news services