Thornton-Windham will start Saturday’s title slate

The Class A game between Thornton Academy and Windham will begin Saturday’s tripleheader of high school football state championships at Fitzpatrick Stadium.

The Trojans (9-1) and Eagles (9-1) play at 11 a.m., followed by the Class D game between Maine Central Institute (10-0) and defending state champ Oak Hill (9-2) at 2:30 p.m.

The Class B game between Marshwood (11-0) and Brunswick (9-1) is scheduled for 6 p.m.

The Class C title game, scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at the University of Maine in Orono, is a rematch of last year’s game between defending champ Leavitt (10-1) and Winslow (10-0).

General admission is $8, or $5 for students and senior citizens. One admission is good for all three games, but re-entry is not allowed.


AUSTRIA: Rosina Schneeberger will be out for at least six months after undergoing knee surgery following a crash in Saturday’s World Cup slalom.

Schneeberger, 20, is Austria’s national super-G champion.


ENGLAND: Queens Park Rangers accepted a misconduct charge for failing to control its players during a Premier League match against Manchester City.

Several QPR players had surrounded referee Mike Dean to question his decision to disallow striker Charlie Austin’s goal after Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart had taken two touches to clear the ball with a free kick.

Queen’s Park had twice led against the defending champions before a late strike saw the game finish 2-2.


LITTLE LEAGUE: A memoir when you’re still a teenager may seem premature, but not for Mo’ne Davis, the first female pitcher to win a Little League World Series game.

“Mo’ne Davis: Remember My Name” will be released next March by HarperCollins Children’s Books.

The honor-roll student from Philadelphia became a sensation last summer after leading the Taney Dragons to a 4-0 victory over Nashville, when she was just 13.

She has since appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated and thrown out the first pitch at the World Series.

– From staff and news reports