Big Cup tourney set at Hidden Meadows

OLD TOWN — The Big Cup 2-Person Scramble is being held at Hidden Meadows Golf Course on Saturday. The event features an eight-inch cup, which is nearly twice the size of a regular 4 1/4 inch hole.

The entry fee is $40 per 2-person team ($20 per 2-person team for Hidden Meadows members), and the shotgun start is at 10 a.m. The tournament is open to anyone that wants to play. Men 64-younger will play from the white tees, men 65-older will play from the gold tees and women will play from the red tees. There will be flag events and an optional skins game.

The entry fee includes the tournament entry and green fees. Power carts are available at an additional cost. Those interested may call the pro shop to sign up at 207-827-4779.

Colby names assistant women’s hockey coach

WATERVILLE, Maine —- Steph Moberg, a two-time All-American at Plattsburgh State University and a player on two national championship teams, was named as assistant coach for the Colby College women’s hockey team Monday.

Moberg, who will work under Colby interim head coach Mallory Young, was an assistant coach at Connecticut College for two seasons (2010-11 and 2011-12).

Moberg, a 2010 graduate of Plattsburgh State, was an American Hockey Coaches Association First Team All-American in 2009 and 2010. She was the runner-up for National Player of the Year honors in 2010 and was the ECAC West Player of the Year in Division III hockey in 2010.

Texas AD Dodds to step down

Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds will announce his retirement on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.

Dodds, 76, will step down in August after 32 years on the job.

His last day on the job will be Aug. 31, 2014 and then he will stay on as a consultant for another year.

Dodds denied a report earlier this month that he is retiring.

Texas has made more than $400 million in facility upgrades under Dodds’ leadership. He hired Mack Brown (football) and Augie Garrido (baseball), who combined for three national titles.

Kohl: New arena or no team in Milwaukee

BMO Harris Bradley Center turns 25 this month, and the arena no longer suits the needs of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks.

Owner Herb Kohl said Monday at the team’s media day session that he is confident the city will build a new arena after incoming NBA commissioner Adam Silver called the antiquated venue unfit for the Bucks.

Browns name Hoyer starter for Thursday’s game

BEREA, Ohio — Brian Hoyer is establishing himself as the undisputed starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns after winning back to back starts against the Vikings and Bengals.

Brandon Weeden, the starter the first two games, lost his job because of a sprained thumb. He is throwing the ball again, and although Browns coach Rob Chudzinski has consistently said he will evaluate his quarterbacks and all positions week to week, it will be difficult going back to Weeden as long as Hoyer keeps winning.

Chudzinski said Monday that Hoyer is the starter.

Hoyer grew up in the Cleveland suburb of North Olmsted and went to Cleveland St. Ignatius High School. He had the pressure Sunday of playing in front of his hometown fans and responded with two touchdown passes in a 17-6 victory over the Bengals. He had a 103.9 passer rating.