December 6, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Dragons seek continued success

Brunswick High School winter sports

BRUNSWICK   It is winter sports time at Brunswick High School, with the Dragon boys and girls basketball squads set to open their Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference slates this week, while Mike Routhier’s boys hockey squad looks to return More...

Dragons skaters roll, 3-0

YARMOUTH — Erin Gay turned aside all 22 shots she faced as the Brunswick High School girls hockey team defeated Yarmouth 3-0 at the Falmouth Family Ice Center on Saturday.  More...

BRIEFS

Kibler kicks track season off right   BOSTON — The Fitchburg State men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams opened their 2011-12 seasons on Saturday as the squads competed in the Jay Carisella Invitational, hosted by Nort More...

Westlake Tournament in Bath

Cougars capture Westlake

Kenney, Jensen win titles  BATH  The annual Westlake Memorial Wrestling Tournament was held Saturday at the Bath Middle School and won by Mt. Blue. More...

Bears shocked

Colby wipes out 3-0 deficit in 4-3 ice hockey win

BRUNSWICK   One night after a near perfect New England Small College Athletic Conference men’s hockey win over rival Colby at Alfond Arena in Waterville, the Polar Bears had that look of a team wanting the two-game sweep in the annual home More...

James Roman basketball

The 23rd annual James Roman Basketball Tournament was held Friday and Saturday at Hyde School in Bath. More...

Packers stay unbeaten ... barely

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. More...

Baylor stays unbeaten; UNLV, Cal tumble

MEN’S TOP 25

EVANSTON, Ill. ( AP) — Quincy Acy and Pierre Jackson both scored 16 points and No. 7 Baylor remained unbeaten with a 69-41 victory over Northwestern on Sunday.  Four players scored in double figures for the Bears (7-0). More...

New season awaits ’Hounds

Julie Wescott leads Lisbon girls hoops; lower numbers for Stevens’ grapplers

LISBON FALLS   Julie Wescott takes over for Jake Gentle as the leader of the Lisbon High School girls basketball team, moving up from her jayvee position, while Eric Hall’s boys squad looks to put some wins on the board this year.  On More...

UMaine football game only to be aired online

BANGOR   If you want to watch Saturday’s second- round NCAA Football Championship Subdivision game between the University of Maine and Appalachian State from Boone, N.C., you may have to make your way to the UMaine Marketplace in the Memor More...

Lawrence takes over boys hoops

Veteran Gardiner coach replaces Wayne Benjamin

WISCASSET   Dana Lawrence is used to blowing things up, being that he is a “blaster” for Maine Drilling & Blasting out of his hometown of Gardiner. More...

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Bruins keep rolling, drop Penguins 3-1

PITTSBURGH   The Boston Bruins reminded Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins that Stanley Cup champions aren’t crowned in October.  Tim Thomas stopped 45 shots and the surging Bruins kept rolling with a 3-1 victory Monday night t More...

Pats hold off Colts

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.   Rob Gronkowski scored three more touchdowns. More...

Bowdoin men’s hoops cruise; tough Saturday for women

BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College men’s basketball team shot 60.9 percent from the field in a 96-66 win over Maine-Presque Isle on Saturday afternoon at Morrell Gymnasium. More...

Maine advances, 34-12

Black Bears now meet Georgia Southern

BOONE, N.C. More...

Woods ends winless streak

GOLF CAPSULES

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — Two years after his life and career came crashing down, Tiger Woods is a winner again.  More...

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Seahawks clip Eagles

SEATTLE (AP) — During his time playing in San Francisco, Michael Robinson said the mention of the Seattle Seahawks came with a label no NFL team wants to have.  Marshawn Lynch is certainly doing his part to help the Seahawks shed that imag More...

Red Sox bring out Bobby Valentine as new manager

BOSTON   The Boston Red Sox may have already gotten what they were looking for from Bobby V.  More...