The Class B South boys’ hockey championship game between top-ranked Greely and second-seeded Cape Elizabeth has been moved up to Tuesday because of the forecast for inclement weather Wednesday, the Maine Principals’ Association announced Monday.

The game will be played at 4 p.m. at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston.

It will preceed two other boys’ hockey regional finals: Class A South (No. 1 Cheverus vs. No. 3 Biddeford) at 6 p.m. and Class A North (No. 1 Lewiston vs. No. 3 St. Dominic) at 8.


BRITISH ASSOCIATION: The president of Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association stepped down temporarily while the governing body investigates an allegation of sexual assault from 2004.

The Association said a complaint was made in December about the way the Hertfordshire County association handled the sexual assault allegation against a coach in the area. The national association president, Martin Corrie, was a member of the executive committee of Hertfordshire County at the time.


DAVIES RETIRES: American forward Charlie Davies, whose career was derailed by a car crash in 2009, is retiring at age 31.

Davies scored four goals in 17 appearances for the U.S. before he was a passenger in a car crash on Oct. 13, 2009 that killed another passenger and left him with two broken bones in his right leg, a dislocated left elbow, a ruptured bladder, bleeding on the brain, and broken bones in his nose, forehead and eye socket. The driver was found to be drunk and pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

ENGLISH FA: The head of the English Football Association apologized for “any offense” caused after equating the Star of David with the swastika while discussing religious and political symbols that should be prohibited in the game.


DRUG TEST: Middleweight Canelo Alvarez tested positive for a banned drug, and his promoters blame contaminated meat.

A voluntary test showed Alvarez had traces of clenbuterol. A statement from Golden Boy Promotions said the amount was consistent with meat contamination that has impacted athletes in Mexico and China.


RIDER UPSET: Bradley Wiggins said he’s the subject of an attempt to smear his name as he strongly denied accusations from British lawmakers that he used banned substances to enhance his performance while preparing to win the 2012 Tour de France.

“Not at any time during my career did we cross the ethical line” while riding for Team Sky, Wiggins said in an interview with the broadcaster BBC in a passionate defense of his reputation.


CEO RESIGNING: Olivier Gers, the CEO of IAAF, which governs the sport, is resigning because of a clash over commercial strategy.


IDITAROD RACE: Twenty-two mushers reached the Rainy Pass checkpoint after the first day of racing in Alaska.

They were led by rookie Jessie Holmes of Nenana, Alaska, who paused at the checkpoint for just 16 minutes before continuing up the pass with 16 dogs.

– Staff and news service report