Greely remains unbeaten in girls’ hockey, 11-1

Camilla Lattanzi scored three goals, and Molly Horton, Courtney Sullivan and Madison Pelletier each added two Friday night to lead Greely/Gray-New Gloucester past Edward Little/Leavitt/Poland 11-1 in a girls’ hockey game at Family Ice in Falmouth.

Colleen Mathieu scored and Miranda Guimond stopped 39 shots for the Red Eddies (1-1-1).

Jordyn Owens made six saves for Greely (3-0).


WORLD CUP: An event shrouded in corruption controversies and struggling to attract sponsors could have the dreariest of starts on the field: a meeting of the lowest-ranked teams in the 32-team field.

Russia and Saudi Arabia were drawn to play June 14 at Moscow in an opener lacking global appeal, but things pick up the next day when 2010 champion Spain and defending European champ Portugal meet in Sochi.

SPANISH LEAGUE: Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos recovered from a broken nose and will play this weekend.


WORLD CUP: Lindsey Vonn fell and crashed into the safety netting on the final turn in the women’s season-opening downhill, handing Cornelia Huetter of Austria the victory at Lake Louise, Alberta.

An 18-time winner at Lake Louise, Vonn was able to get up after the wreck and ski to the bottom of the course. She was the fastest at each of the four intermediate stages and had a 0.05-second lead when she wiped out.

Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria proficiently navigated a bumpy and demanding super-G course at Beaver Creek, Colorado to win a men’s World Cup race for the first time.


MAINE AMATEUR: The 99th annual event will be played at Belgrade Lakes for the first time next summer, from July 10-12.

The Maine Amateur is a 54-hole stroke-play event. After the first two rounds, the field of 132 players is cut to the top 40 and ties.


BOBSLEDDING: Ryan Bailey of the United States was banned for two years for what he contends was an inadvertent doping violation, ending the former track and field medalist’s bid to compete in the Pyeongchang Olympics.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport agreed with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s stance that a six-month ban Bailey served earlier this year was not enough.


HALL OF FAME: Three-time U.S. champion Michael Weiss, and three-time U.S. pairs winners Kyoko Ina and John Zimmerman were elected to the U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame.

Also elected were Claire Ferguson, the first female president of U.S. Figure Skating, and choreographer Sarah Kawahara.