Digest: Laurel Park betting pools available on final day; racing shifts to Pimlico

Sunday's meet-closing program at Laurel Park will feature carryovers and mandatory payouts in both the 20-cent Rainbow 6 and 50-cent Late Pick 5 wagers. First race post time is 1:10 p.m. No one had all six winners in the Rainbow 6 on Saturday, creating a jackpot carryover of $10,895.18. Tickets with five of six winners were worth $82.86. The Late Pick 5, offering an industry-low 12 percent takeout, also went unsolved on Saturday, creating a carryover of $3,596.26. Maryland racing shifts to Pimlico Race Course for the Preakness Meet starting Thursday.

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Towson women win first CAA track championship

Towson captured its first CAA womem's track and field championship, collecting seven total medals – including four gold – on the final day of competition from the campus of the University of Delaware. The Tigers' previous best finish at the championship meet came in 2010 (third place), but left no doubt over the two-day championship, finishing with 163.5 total points. Two-time defending champion Elon followed closely in second with 158 points, with James Madison (140), Delaware (108.5), William & Mary (105), Northeastern (80), College of Charleston (34) and UNCW (29) rounding out the order of finish. Seniors Zanae Freeland of Towson and Kennedy King of JMU were both named Most Outstanding Track Performer of the Meet.

Sailing: After waiting out foul weather that canceled opening day racing on Friday for the Helly Hansen National Offshore One Design Regatta, a record fleet of some 200 boats set out to do battle on multiple race courses off Annapolis on Saturday, finding challenging conditions in gusty westerly breeze, big waves, and intermittent rain. Leading 43-boat J/70 class, the regatta's largest, after three races was Californian Bruce Golison and his team on Midlife Crisis. The class also features a Corinthian division, in which professional sailors are prohibited; Annapolitans Jenn and Ray Wulff and their Joint Custody team were at the top of that leaderboard.

College baseball: Maryland scored eight runs in the first three innings behind ace Brian Shaffer and defeated Illinois, 9-4, at Illinois Field Friday night. The Terrapins (31-13, 14-5 Big Ten) received a balanced offensive performance that saw seven players reach base multiple times. Junior Kevin Smith led the offense with two extra bases hits and three RBIs. ... Johns Hopkins rallied with a four-run sixth inning Saturday to defeat Haverford, 4-1, and advance to the Centennial Conference championship game on Sunday at noon.

Major League Lacrosse: Ryan Tucker's goal with 2:02 left lifted the visiting Chesapeake Bayhawks (1-1) over the Boston Cannons (1-2). Myles Jones had five goals and four assists, including a two-pointer, to lead the Bayhawks, who trailed 14-9 at halftime.

Running: Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge was 26 seconds short of running the first marathon in under two hours on Saturday. Kipchoge ran the 26.2 miles around an oval track in an impressive 2 hours, 25 seconds, unofficially smashing Dennis Kimetto's world mark of 2:02:57.

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