Unseeded Devin Van Dyke of Casco won the men’s open singles title at the Maine Tennis Association Championship by walkover when Pat Ordway of Falmouth withdrew with an injury at the Fore River Tennis Complex. Ordway was injured during the championship doubles match.

Van Dyke beat second-seed Owen Patrick of Portland 7-6 (3) , 6-0 in the semifinals.

Stephanie Doane of Portland won the women’s title, beating Marcy Weeks of Portland 6-2, 6-1.

Other winners included: Nick Bournakel and Jerry Lin in men’s open doubles; Donna Dwyer and Hallsey Leighton in women’s open doubles; Josh Pendergast in men’s 35-plus singles; Ron Chicoine in men’s 45-plus singles; and Jim Levesque in men’s 55-plus singles.


OLD PORT HALF MARATHON: Dan Moroney, 20, of Suffield, Connecticut, and Lauren Sischo, 26, of Southborough, Massachusetts, were the men’s and women’s overall winners in Portland.

Moroney, a junior at the University of Vermont, beat a field of 2,189 finishers with a time of 1 hour, 8 minutes, 32 seconds. Matt Hillard of Brookline, Massachusetts, was second in 1:10:05, followed by Ian Nurse (1:10:47) of Boston.

Sischo, a former soccer and basketball player at St. Lawrence University, finished in 1:21:33, more than a minute faster than runner-up Jeannie Bujdos (1:22:48) of Indiana, Pennsylvania. Nina Caron (1:23:33) of North Andover, Massachusetts, placed third.

Yarmouth High graduate Casey Carroll (16:36) of Dover, New Hampshire, and Leah Schott (19:14) of Export, Pennsylvania, were the overall winners in the 5K, which had 760 finishers.


TWILIGHT LEAGUE: Sam Stauble’s two-out single in the bottom of the eighth scored Joe Quinlan with the go-ahead run, giving Edge Academy (10-1) a 3-2 win over Aero Heating & Ventilating (5-6) in Cumberland.

Corbin Hyde had a two-run homer in the second for Edge.

 Dylan Morris doubled, then beat the throw home on Harry Ridge’s single to right field, lifting Lenders Network (3-8) to an 8-7 win over Patriots Insurance (4-7) in 10 innings at Cumberland.

Damon Wallace homered in the bottom of the ninth for Patriot to force extra innings.

AMERICAN LEAGUE: Three runs scored on Jack McCullough’s bunt single and a throwing error as Saco & Biddeford Savings of Westbrook (12-4) rallied for a 4-2 win over OA Yarmouth (6-10) in the first game of a doubleheader in Westbrook.

Bailey Ryan pitched a two-hitter and McCullough drove home three runs as Saco & Biddeford Savings completed the sweep with a 5-0 triumph.


TOUR DE FRANCE: German rider Tony Martin broke ahead early and comfortably held on to win the hilly ninth stage into Mulhouse, France, while Frenchman Tony Gallopin took the overall lead from Vincenzo Nibali of Italy.

Gallopin leads Nibali by 1 minute, 34 seconds.

– From staff and news services