Kate Hall of Casco won the long jump with a leap of 21 feet, 4 1/4 inches Saturday at the U.S. indoor track and field championships in New York.

Hall, a two-time NCAA champion who turned pro last summer, took the lead at 21-2 3/4 on her third jump, then improved on her fourth attempt. Quanesha Burks, another former NCAA champ from Alabama, was second at 20-11 3/4.

Hall is also scheduled to compete Sunday in the 60-meter dash.

Hall won the NCAA outdoor title in 2017 while competing for Georgia, then added an indoor championship in 2018 while helping the Bulldogs win their first team title.

Hall also was a high school national champion and broke a 39-year-old high school record when she won the New Balance nationals in 2015 with a jump of 22-5.


ECHL: Chris Carlisle’s goal in the second period put the Manchester Monarchs ahead 3-0, and they held off the visiting Maine Mariners, 5-2.

Maine (28-25-0-1) cut the lead to 3-2 on a goal by Charles-Eric Legare with 9:58 to play, but Manchester (29-24-1-2) responded with two late scores.


PREMIER LEAGUE: Tottenham Hotspurs’ slim title chances faded further after a 2-1 loss at Burnley.

Tottenham would have pulled within two points of Manchester City and Liverpool with a win but remains five points behind both.


WORLD CUP: Sofia Goggia, the Olympic champion, won the first downhill of the post-Lindsey Vonn era, at Crans-Montana, Switzerland.

Goggia was rewarded with her first victory this season after taking an aggressively direct racing line typical of Vonn, the American star who retired after winning downhill bronze in the world championships two weeks ago at Are, Sweden.

The men’s super-G that was canceled due to snowfall at Bansko, Bulgaria, won’t be rescheduled.


DUBAI CHAMPIONSHIPS: Unseeded Belinda Bencic of Switzerland pulled off another upset to win her first WTA title in 3 1/2 years, beating Petra Kvitova 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 in the final in the United Arab Emirates.

DELRAY BEACH OPEN: English qualifier Daniel Evans upset second-seeded John Isner 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 to reach the final in Florida.


XFINITY: Christopher Bell routed the field at Atlanta Motor Speedway and led all but 20 laps to win.

Bell, winner of a series-high seven races last season, gave up the lead during scheduled pit stops but cycled back to the front with 30 laps remaining.

TRUCKS: Kyle Busch broke a tie with Ron Hornaday Jr. for the series victory record at Atlanta Motor Speedway, winning No. 52 in a race delayed by rain with nine laps to go.

CUP SERIES: Brad Keselowski has a stomach virus that has left his status uncertain for the race Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

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