Colby’s Kone wins NCAA 100-meter title

Colby College junior Dominique Kone won the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.24 seconds Saturday at the NCAA Division III outdoor track and field championships in Claremont, Calif.

Kone, from Bucksport, took his third All-America honor and his second national title. He won the 60-meter dash at the indoor championships earlier this year.

Bowdoin junior Coby Horowitz placed sixth in the 1,500 with a time of 3:57.06 , and Bates junior David Pless was fourth in the shot put (58-2 1⁄2).

On the women’s side, Southern Maine senior Bethany Dumas of Augusta placed fifth in the javelin with a throw of 141 feet, 1 inch. USM junior Molly Carl placed sixth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 10:40.67.

MEN’S LACROSSE: Eric Lusby matched his career-high with five goals and top-seeded Loyola of Maryland beat Notre Dame 7-5 in Foxborough, Mass., to advance to the NCAA championship game.

Drew Snider tied his career high with four goals and Maryland advanced to the title game for the second straight year with a 16-10 victory over third-seeded Duke.


BASEBALL: Berwick Academy defeated King School 8-3 in the championship game of the New England Small School tournament at Salem State College in Salem, Mass.


NATIONAL TEAM: Landon Donovan returned to the U.S. national team following an eight-month absence and scored his first international hat trick in five years, leading the Americans over Scotland 5-1 in an exhibition game in Jacksonville, Fla.

Donovan scored in the third minute, then added a pair of second-half goals for his third international hat trick, raising his career total to 49 goals.

MLS: Substitute Maicon Santos scored the winning goal in the second half in Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United’s 3-2 victory over the visiting New England Revolution.

Eddie Gaven scored Columbus’ first goal and assisted on the second by Emilio Renteria as the Crew defeated the visiting Chicago Fire, 2-1.

Andre Hainault’s goal in the 57th minute gave the Houston Dynamo a 2-1 victory over the visiting Los Angeles Galaxy.

Toronto FC ended its MLS record nine-game losing streak to open a season with a 1-0 win over the Philadelphia Union on a late goal by Danny Koevermans in Toronto.


GIRO D’ITALIA: Thomas De Gendt won the grueling 20th stage of the Giro d’Italia that finished in Passo Dello Stelvio, Italy, keeping alive his chances for a podium finish. Joaquin Rodriguez retained the overall lead of 17 seconds over Ryder Hesjedal.

The final stage is today’s 19-mile individual time trial, a discipline Rodriguez has been known to struggle with.


OPEN DE NICE: Nicolas Almagro beat American qualifier Brian Baker 6-3, 6-2 in Nice, France, to win his 12th career title.

The defending champion broke the 216th-ranked Baker’s serve in the fourth and eighth games of the second set. He also had 11 aces.

BELGIAN OPEN: Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland beat Simona Halep of Romania 7-5, 6-0 in the final at Brussels, Belgium.


PGA: Jason Dufner matched playing partner Zach Johnson’s birdie putt on the 17th hole and finished with a 4-under 66 for a one-stroke lead in the Colonial at Fort Worth, Texas.

Johnson was second after a 65, and Tom Gillis (69) was a distant third at 7 under.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Luke Donald moved to the brink of a second successive BMW PGA Championship title and reclaiming the top ranking by shooting a 3-under 69 for a two-stroke lead at Virginia Water, England.

Justin Rose (69) was alone in second at 9 under, while Peter Lawrie (72) was two shots further back at 7 under.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Roger Chapman shot a 7-under 64 to take a five-stroke lead into the final round of the Senior PGA Championship in Benton Harbor, Mich. John Cook was in second.


WNBA: Matee Ajavon scored 19 points and Crystal Langhorne added 15 points and 10 rebounds to help the Washington Mystics fend off the visiting Tulsa Shock 64-61.

— From staff and news services