Jordan Groshans hit a tie-breaking three-run double in the top of the ninth inning Saturday night, lifting the New Hampshire Fisher Cats to a 4-2 win over the Portland Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field.

After falling behind in the fifth inning, the Sea Dogs tied it in the sixth on a sacrifice fly by Joey Meneses that drove in Jeisson Rosario.

Ryan Fitzgerald homered in the bottom of the ninth, but the Sea Dogs were held to six hits.


PGA: Chesson Hadley moved a step closer to his first PGA Tour victory in seven years, opening a four-stroke lead over Harris English and six over Dustin Johnson in the rain-delayed Palmetto Championship at Ridgeland, South Carolina.

Hadley, English, Johnson and Lee Tain were all on the 18th hole when the horn sounded to stop play because of lightning. Rain followed about 10 minutes later and officials waited more than two hours for things to clear before telling the players they had to return to finish Sunday morning.

Hadley surged late with four birdies on a five-hole stretch of the back nine to reach 14 under.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Two women and two men share a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the inaugural Scandinavian Mixed tournament in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The event is a first on the European Tour. It started with 78 men and 78 women competing on the same course for one trophy and one prize money pool. It’s hosted by Annika Sorenstam and Henrik Stenson.

Alice Hewson (69) had six birdies and three bogeys to join Jason Scrivener (66), Rhys Enoch (66) and Caroline Hedwall (73) at 12-under 204 after three rounds.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Miguel Angel Jimenez shot a 3-under 69 to take a one-stroke lead over Fred Couples into the final round of the American Insurance Championship in Madison, Wisconsin.

Jimenez, also the first-round leader after a 65, was at 10-under 134.

Couples, 61, followed an opening 68 with a 67. He won the 2017 tournament for the last of his 13 senior titles.


INDYCAR: Marcus Ericsson raced to his first IndyCar victory in the action-packed opener of a weekend doubleheader in Detroit.

The Swede became the seventh different winner through seven races this season, and he’s the fourth first-time winner this year. It was the first victory for the former Formula One driver since a GP2 race at Nurburgring in 2013.

Ericsson benefitted from a red-flag stoppage with six laps remaining after Romain Grosjean crashed in Turn 9. Will Power had led a race-high 37 of the 70 laps until the crash. His car would not restart when it was time for the race to resume, and IndyCar waved Ericsson past him into the lead as Power sat idled on pit road awaiting a replacement for his electronic control unit.

Ericsson held off hard-charing Rinus VeeKay and Pato O’Ward over the final three laps to seal the victory.

XFINITY: Kyle Busch stayed in front through two late restarts at Texas Motor Speedway with pushes from series points leader Austin Cindric, the last going into a green-white overtime finish, to get his 99th career NASCAR Xfinity victory.

It was Busch’s 10th Xfinity win at Texas, where he led six times for 94 of the 171 laps and won for the second time in two starts this year.

TRUCKS: John Hunter Nemechek won his second consecutive NASCAR truck race, leading the final 22 laps and finishing more than 3.3 seconds ahead of reigning Cup champion Chase Elliott at Texas Motor Speedway.

Nemechek, already the series points leader, got his fourth victory this season and 10th in his career a day after his 24th birthday. He was in front five times and led 64 of the 147 laps in a midday race with the track temperature in the 130s.


WNBA: Candace Parker had 20 points and 14 rebounds and Allie Quigley scored six of her 16 points in the final two minutes to help the visiting Chicago Sky beat the Indiana Fever, 83-79.


STUTTGART OPEN: Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada advanced to the final in Germany for the second time in three years by defeating American Sam Querrey, 6-4, 7-5.

Auger-Aliassime, the No. 3 seed, will play Marin Cilic, who progressed when Jurij Rodionov retired because of an injury when Cilic was leading 6-3, 1-0.


COPA AMERICA: Venezuela summoned 15 new players for its squad after eight players tested positive for COVID-19, a day before the team opens the tournament against host Brazil.

Three members of the coaching staff were also infected.


MINI 10K: Sara Hall won her second consecutive title at the Mastercard New York Mini 10K, finishing the Central Park race in 31 minutes, 33 seconds.

It was the fastest time by an American in the 49-year history of the women-only event.

Hall broke away from her nearest challengers late, holding off the Kenyan duo of Violah Cheptoo by six seconds and Monicah Ngige by 26.

Lindsay Flanagan (32:09), U.S. Olympic marathoner Molly Seidel (32:13), and former New York City Marathon champion Edna Kiplagat (32:20) completed the top six.

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