Gosuke Katoh scored on a sacrifice fly in the first inning, then doubled home a run in the second inning as the Trenton Thunder (59-47) grabbed an early two-run lead on the way to a 4-1 Eastern League victory over the Portland Sea Dogs (43-62) on Sunday in Trenton, New Jersey.

Portland pulled within one in the fourth on Josh Ockimey’s 14th home run of the season. Jeff Hendrix scored for the Thunder on a passed ball in the bottom of the inning, and Trenton’s final run came in on a double play in the seventh.

Austin Rei doubled and tripled for Portland. Ockimey and Chad De La Guerra each had two hits for the Sea Dogs.

AUTO RACING

FORMULA ONE: Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole position to extend his championship lead over Sebastian Vettel.

Hamilton was untroubled at Budapest as he secured a second straight win, fifth of the season and 67th overall.

Mercedes missed out on a 1-2 finish, as Valtteri Bottas was overtaken by Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen with five laps to go.

INDYCAR: Alexander Rossi won in Lexington, Ohio, for his second series victory of the season and fourth overall, starting from the pole and using a two-stop strategy to run away from the field.

Rossi finished 12.8 seconds ahead of rookie Robert Wickens in the caution-free race.

Will Power was third, 14.7 seconds back.

OXFORD PLAINS: Tracy Gordon of Strong claimed his second Super Late Model victory of the season, holding off Timmy Brackett after driving around Andy Saunders halfway through Saturday’s 50-lap race at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Billy Childs Jr. of Leeds won the 30-lap Street Stock event for his third victory in four starts. Kurt Hewins, also of Leeds, led all the way in a 20-lap Bandits event, and Lisbon’s Dale Lawrence recorded his fourth Figure 8 win of the season. Brady Heath of Waterford won the Rookie race after posting eight straight runner-up finishes.

SWIMMING

U.S. NATIONALS: Kathleen Baker won her third individual event at the U.S. championships, racing to victory by 1.11 seconds in the 200-meter individual medley in Irvine, California.

Baker led all the way and won in 2 minutes, 8.32 seconds, lowering the U.S. Open record of 2:08.66 set by Katinka Hosszu of Hungary in 2015. Her time in the four-stroke event on the last night of the meet was also the fastest in the world this year.

Olympian Chase Kalisz won the men’s 200 IM in 1:55.73, fastest in the world this year.

The men’s 800 free title went to Zane Grothe in 7:44.57. He broke the U.S. Open record of 7:46.78 set by Connor Jaeger in 2013.

Ashley Twichell won the 1,500 free by 6.88 seconds over Ally McHugh. Twichell touched in 15:55.68, the only woman in the final to break 16 minutes.

TENNIS

ATLANTA OPEN: John Isner won the tournament for the fifth time in six years, beating fellow American Ryan Harrison in the final for the second straight year.

The top-seeded Isner beat the eighth-seeded Harrison 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 to join Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras as the only Americans to win an ATP Tour event five times or more.

SWISS OPEN: Matteo Berretini of Italy, playing in his first ATP final, beat Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6 (9), 6-4 to win the title at Gstaad.