Midfielder Michael Kimmel scored 1:29 into overtime to lift the visiting Chesapeake Bayhawks to a 16-15 victory over the first-place Boston Cannons in the final game of the Major League Lacrosse regular season Saturday night. Kimmel, the team's first-round draft pick out of Johns Hopkins, dodged down the alley and placed a 15-yard right-handed shot into the lower left-hand corner. Boston took a 15-12 lead with less than five minutes left in regulation, but midfielder Kyle Dixon (Archbishop Spalding) scored a 2-pointer with 3:50 remaining and tied the score in the final minute. The Bayhawks will be seeded fourth for championship weekend and will have a rematch with the Cannons in the semifinals Aug. 21 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
Md. trainer Leatherbury earns his 6,300th victory
Ben's Cat scored for the fourth time in four starts and served up victory No.6,300 for Maryland trainer King Leatherbury at Laurel Park. The 77-year-old ranks third on the all-time list, trailing Dale Baird (9,445) and Jack Van Berg (6,400). Under Julian Pimentel, the 4-year-old gelded son of Parker's Storm Cat, who was bred by owner-trainer Leatherbury, battled for the lead before sprinting away to win by four lengths in the optional/allowance test.
Track record: Gary Capuano-trained Tobes the Man broke the track record on turf in his first try on the surface, completing the 51/2-furlong distance in 1:01.22 under Joshua Navarro.
Roberts, Kontos haul in big money at White Marlin Open
Brian Roberts of Berlin took home the biggest check Saturday at the 37th White Marlin Open — $856,506 — for catching a white marlin Tuesday weighing 97.5 pounds. In the blue marlin division, James Kontos of Crested Butte, Colo., collected $423,039 for a catch weighing 1,010.5 pounds. Trey Little of Rockport, Texas, squeaked by Travis Boone of Freeland on the final day of competition to win $283,168 in the tuna division, with a catch of 77.5 pounds. Boone, who had led the division until Friday, had to settle for a $55,780 check. The angler with the largest dolphin did not take home the largest check. Cory Bubb of Mill Hall, Pa., had a payday of $4,375 for a 53.5-pound fish. The runner-up, Timothy Warner of New Park, Pa., entered more skill levels and that bumped his take to $25,368 for a 51.5-pound fish. Zachary Gelacek of Pittsburgh won $6,875 for a wahoo weighing 47.5 pounds.
Pikesville Cheetahs' Davis earns national race-walk title
D'Amaie E. Davis of Baltimore and the Pikesville Cheetahs Track Club won the sub-midget girls 1,500-meter race-walk at the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics in Norfolk, Va. Davis, 10, finished in 8 minutes, 53.82 seconds.
Major League Soccer: Pat Phelan's goal gave the host New England Revolution a 1-0 victory over D.C. United, which was playing its first game under interim coach Ben Olsen.
—From Sun staff and news services