The Adirondack Thunder rallied for four goals in the third period Saturday night to beat the Maine Mariners 4-1 in an ECHL game at Cross Insurance Arena.

Ryan Smith tied it 38 seconds into the third period, and Sebastian Vidmar got the go-ahead goal at 7:59. Pete MacArthur made it a two-goal lead at 14:25 and Nick Rivera added an empty-net goal.

It was the fourth straight loss for Maine, which grabbed the lead midway through the second period on a goal by Mathew Santos.


HERO WORLD CHALLENGE: Collin Morikawa chipped in for eagle and raced away from a 20-man field with an 8-under 64 at Nassau, Bahamas, building a five-shot lead and leaving him one round away from reaching No. 1 in the world.


Morikawa would stay at the top of the rankings for only a week based on the two-year rolling formula. Even so, only 24 other players have reached No. 1 since the rankings began in 1986.

Brooks Koepka posted a 69 to move into second place at 13 under. Patrick Reed (67), Victor Hovland (67), Sam Burns (68), Daniel Berger (69) and Tony Finau (70) were tied for third at 12 under.


GIRLS’ HOCKEY: Catie Lee netted four goals to lead Cape Elizabeth/Waynflete/South Portland (2-0) to a 10-2 win over Portland/Deering (0-2) at Troubh Ice Arena.

Libby Hooper and Delaney Whitten each scored twice, and Katherine Blackburn and Sienna Anker each had one goal.

Both Portland/Deering goals were scored by Jane Flynn.


• Cadence Howard had three goals and an assist to lift Gorham/Bonny Eagle/Massabesic/Fryeburg (1-0) to a 6-4 win over Greely (0-2) in Gorham.

Emerson Homa added two goals and an assist, Anna Cunningham also scored and Sadie Dyer made 17 saves for the Rams.

Lily Rawnsley and Kerry Roberts each had two goals for Greely.

• Elysia Palmer scored the tying goal early in the third period and Molly Taub got the winner with 3:29 remaining as Brunswick (1-1) rallied for 2-1 win over St. Dominic/Winthrop/Gray-New Gloucester/Monmouth at Norway Savings Bank Arena.

• Lewiston (2-0) scored two power-play goals to pull away from Yarmouth/Freeport (0-2) for a 3-0 win at Travis Roy Arena.

The Blue Devils broke a scoreless tie when Leah Dube set up Leah Landry for a power-play goal with 9:16 remaining in the second period. Lilly Gish’s power-play goal early in the third made it 2-0, and Dube added an even-strength goal.


Blue Devils goalie Kim McLaughlin made 12 saves.


DAVIS CUP: Daniil Medvedev brushed aside Jan-Lennard Struff aside 6-4, 6-4 to seal Russia’s 2-1 semifinal victory over Germany in Madrid, after Andrey Rublev won the opening singles over Dominik Koepfer, 6-4, 6-0.

Russia will play for the title Sunday against Croatia.


MLS: Felipe Mora and Santiago Moreno scored and the Portland Timbers advanced to the MLS Cup final with a 2-0 victory over Real Salt Lake in the Western Conference final in Portland, Oregon.


• The Philadelphia Union will be without 11 players on Sunday when they play NYCFC in the Eastern Conference final because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

The players out for the game include captain Alejandro Bedoya and goalkeeper Andre Blake, as well as defenders Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes, Kai Wagner and Alvas Powell. Forwards Corey Burke and Sergio Santos, midfielders Ilsinho and Quinn Sullivan and goalkeeper Joe Bendik were also on the team’s list.

ENGLAND: A fluke goal by Arthur Masuaku in the 87th minute gave West Ham a 3-2 win over Chelsea, a result that knocked the visitors off the top of the Premier League.

Chelsea led twice through Thiago Silva’s header and a sublime goal from Mason Mount, but West Ham came back both times with a penalty from Manuel Lanzini and Jarrod Bowen’s low shot from the edge of the area.

• Bernardo Silva scored twice after Raheem Sterling’s early opener, and Manchester City moved into first place with a 3-1 win at Watford.

• Divock Origi’s last-gasp goal gave Liverpool a 1-0 win at Wolverhampton that lifted the team into second place, one point behind Manchester City and one ahead of Chelsea.


GERMANY: Robert Lewandowski scored twice against his former team and Bayern Munich extended its Bundesliga lead with a contentious 3-2 win at Borussia Dortmund.

Lewandowski scored the disputed winner from the spot in the 78th minute, after referee Felix Zwayer awarded the penalty following a VAR check. Zwayer penalized Mats Hummels for a handball after Serge Gnabry’s corner struck the Dortmund defender’s elbow as he appeared to stumble.


NFL: Pro Football Hall of Famer Claude Humphrey, one of the NFL’s most fearsome pass rushers during the 1970s with the Atlanta Falcons but long overlooked on mostly losing teams, died at the age of 77.

Humphrey, who also reached the Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles, died unexpectedly Friday night in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, according to the Hall of Fame, which was informed of his death by his daughter. No cause was given.



FORMULA ONE: Max Verstappen slapped the wall in the 27th and final turn of Formula One’s newest circuit, handing the front row for the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix to Lewis Hamilton.


WORLD CUP: Sofia Goggia won a women’s downhill by a wide margin for the second consecutive day in Lake Louise, Alberta, extending her streak in the discipline to six races as she shapes up as a big favorite to defend her Olympic gold medal in Beijing in two months.

Goggia, a 29-year-old Italian, covered the course in 1 minute, 48.42 seconds to become the first woman since Lindsey Vonn in 2009-10 to put together six straight triumphs in downhill.

Breezy Johnson of the U.S. was the runner-up, just like she was on Friday, this time trailing Goggia by 0.84 seconds. Reigning world champion Corinne Suter of Switzerland was third, 0.98 seconds off Goggia’s pace.

• Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway captured a men’s downhill race in Beaver Creek, Colorado, with an aggressive run for his second win in as many days.


Kilde finished the demanding Birds of Prey course in 1 minute, 39.63 seconds to edge Austria’s Matthias Mayer by 0.66 seconds. Beat Feuz of Switzerland was third.


WORLD CUP: Capping an unforgettable week, Kallie Humphries won a women’s monobob race in Altenberg, Germany, for her 44th international victory, but her first as an American citizen.

She finished two runs in 2 minutes, 0.57 seconds – just 0.06 seconds faster than Cynthia Appiah of Canada, who held the lead after the first heat. Laura Nolte of Germany was third, 0.53 seconds back of Humphries.

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