General registration for the 25th TD Beach to Beacon 10K will begin Thursday, April 20, at 7 a.m., via the race’s website,

This year’s race is on Saturday, Aug. 5.

Cape Elizabeth residents are allowed to sign up for Maine’s largest road race a day earlier, April 19, also beginning at 7 a.m. An open lottery registration for any remaining spots will begin Friday, April 21. The entry fee is $65.

Before the regular registrations, the race’s charitable beneficiary for 2023, Valo, will be allowed to register up to 50 bib numbers on March 15. Runners who want to run on behalf of previous beneficiaries will have open registration on April 1.

There is no vaccination requirement this year, for runners or volunteers.



G LEAGUE: Luka Samanic scored 29 points, JD Davison contributed 23 points and nine assists, and Marial Shayok had 22 points, nine rebounds and six assists to help the Maine Celtics to their third straight victory, 126-117 over Raptors 905 in Mississauga, Ontario.

Scottie Lindsey (13 points), Kamar Baldwin (11) and Marvin Smith (11) also scored in double figures for Maine, which took control with a 40-point first quarter and led 71-56 at halftime.

The Celtics shot 53 percent overall (45 of 85), made 15 of 33 3-pointers and went 14 for 14 at the free-throw line.

WNBA: Jordin Canada is staying with her hometown Los Angeles Sparks.

The guard was re-signed to a training camp contract. Last season, Canada started 25 of 32 games and averaged 9.2 points, 5.5 assists, 2.3 rebounds and 1.4 steals in her first year with the Sparks.


Canada played four seasons in Seattle, where she won two WNBA championships. She was the league’s steals leader in 2019 and was named to the All-Defensive first team that same year with the Storm. She was drafted fifth overall by Seattle in 2018 out of UCLA.

• The WNBA is investigating Dearica Hamby’s allegations that the Las Vegas Aces bullied and manipulated her for being pregnant, the league said in a statement.

It was the first time the league acknowledged it was looking into the situation. The players’ union had pushed for an inquiry into whether Hamby’s rights under the league’s 2020 labor agreement were violated, as well as state and federal laws.

Hamby made her allegations after being traded Jan. 21 to the Los Angeles Sparks. The Aces were trying to clear up salary-cap room to sign two-time MVP Candace Parker, who agreed to a deal Jan. 28.

Hamby agreed to a two-year contract extension with Las Vegas in June. After she was traded, she posted on Instagram: “Being traded is a part of the business. Being lied to, bullied, manipulated, and discriminated against is not.”

USA BASKETBALL: Los Angeles Clippers Coach Tyronn Lue will replace Phoenix’s Monty Williams on the USA Basketball men’s national team coaching staff for this year’s World Cup and next year’s Paris Olympics.


Lue joins head coach Steve Kerr of Golden State and fellow assistants Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat and Mark Few of Gonzaga on the staff. Williams stepped down because of family commitments, U.S. men’s national team managing director Grant Hill said.


ECHL: The Maine Mariners traded forward Zach Pochiro to the Kansas City Mavericks for forward Griff Jeszka to complete a trade that Maine began last week. The Mariners acquired Pochiro from the Allen Americans last week, but he did not report to Maine.

Jeszka, 27, has two goals and three assists in 21 games with the Iowa Heartlanders of the ECHL and eight with the Mavericks.


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Marta Bassino beat Mikaela Shiffrin to win the women’s super-G to give Italy its second gold medal at the Alpine skiing world championships, with her American rival settling for silver at Meribel, France.


Shiffrin, who won super-G gold in 2019 and bronze two years ago, led Bassino by three-tenths of a second at the second split but couldn’t match the Italian’s pace in the last part of the Roc de Fer course and finished second, 0.11 seconds behind.

Cornelia Huetter of Austria and Kajsa Vickhoff Lie of Norway both came 0.33 behind to share the bronze medal.

OBIT: Italian skier Elena Fanchini, whose career was cut short by a tumor, has died. She was 37.

Fanchini passed away at her home in Solato, near Brescia, the Italian Winter Sports Federation announced.

Fanchini won a silver medal in downhill at the 2005 world championships and also won two World Cup races in her career – both in downhill.



U.S. MEN: The United States will play a CONCACAF Nations League match against El Salvador at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on March 27.

The 13th-ranked Americans report to the Orlando area on March 19 and 20, then play at No. 173 Grenada on March 24 before the game against 74th-ranked El Salvador.


MAJORS: Dylan Moore and the Seattle Mariners finalized a three-year contract worth $8,875,000.

He gets a $250,000 signing bonus as part of the deal and salaries of $2 million this year, $3.05 million in 2024 and $3,575,000 in 2025.

• The St. Louis Cardinals acquired left-hander Anthony Misiewicz from their cross-state rival Kansas City Royals for cash considerations.

• The Cleveland Guardians traded outfielder Will Benson to the Cincinnati Reds for outfielder Justin Boyd.

The defending AL Central champions also will get a player to be named from the Reds in the swap.

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