ROWING

Boothbay Harbor’s Logan wins gold, bronze medals

Elle Logan of Boothbay Harbor was part of the women’s eight team that won the gold medal for the United States at the World Rowing Cup II on Sunday in Lucerne, Switzerland.

The U.S. team, which has not lost a championship or Olympic race in the event since 2006, also included Amanda Elmore, Grace Luczak, Meghan Musnicki, Lauren Schmetterling, Tessa Gobbo, Felice Mueller, Emily Regan and coxswain Katelin Snyder. The team won in 6:01.12. Great Britain finished second in 6:01.95 and New Zealand was third in 6:04.01.

Logan was also won a bronze medal in the pairs race, teaming with Musnicki to finish in 7:11:31. The U.S. team of Luczak and Mueller won gold in 7:06.36.

SOCCER

MLS: Kevin Molino scored in extra time to give Orlando City a 2-2 tie with host New York City FC.

MEXICO: Federal and state forces mounted a big search operation for Mexican soccer star Alan Pulido, who was abducted in the crime-plagued northern border state of Tamaulipas.

Pulido, 25, is a forward for Olympiacos of Greece and was part of Mexico’s 2014 World Cup team.

A state official said Pulido was kidnapped early Sunday after leaving a party near his hometown of Ciudad Victoria, the capital of Tamaulipas, a state that has suffered battles between major drug gangs.

BASKETBALL

WNBA: Angel McCoughtry scored 22 points and the Atlanta Dream beat visiting Indiana 85-76, pushing their winning streak to four while spoiling a milestone game for Fever star Tamika Catchings.

Catchings joined Tina Thompson as the only players in the WNBA to reach 7,000 career points. Catchings had 16 points to push her total to 7,005. Thompson had 7,488.

MOTOR SPORTS

FORMULA ONE: Lewis Hamilton won an incident-packed Monaco Grand Prix to get his championship bid back on track after a dismal run of eight races without a win for the defending series champion.

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo started from pole position and finished second – after a huge blunder from his team – with Mexican driver Sergio Perez third for Force India.

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner apologized to Ricciardo after a calamitous pit stop cost the Australian driver a near-certain victory.

Ricciardo was comfortably in the lead when he pitted for a tire change, only to find that his pit crew did not have the right tires ready.

CYCLING

GIRO D’ITALIA: Home favorite Vincenzo Nibali clinched a second Giro victory and a fourth Grand Tour title as Giacomo Nizzolo won a largely ceremonial final stage in Turin, Italy.

– From news service reports