January 18, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Wolverines take it to ’Hounds

Wiscasset wins third straight

LISBON FALLS — The fast-starting Wiscasset High School boys basketball team charged out to a 10- 0 lead and kept the pedal down in a dominating 86-33 victory over rival Lisbon in Mountain Valley Conference play on Tuesday. More...

Brunswick alumni win Green Bridge

BENEFIT ICE HOCKEY

BRUNSWICK — Nearly 100 Brunswick and Mt. Ararat high school alumni hockey players participated in the fourth annual Green Bridge Alumni Classic at Sidney J. More...

Mt. Ararat JV boys drop one to Brewer

TOPSHAM — The Mt. More...

Woolwich hoopsters in girls playoff action

WOOLWICH — The Woolwich Central School girls basketball team moved on to the Busline League Championship by defeating No. 8 Vinalhaven and No. More...

Phippsburg to host Youth Field Day

PHIPPSBURG — Do your children want to drive a dog sled, try snowshoeing or Nordic skiing, learn to track deer or bobcat in the snow, meet a falcon and its falconer? Try hiding from a bloodhound?  More...

Morse jayvee girls in two-game loss

BATH — The Morse High School girls basketball team lost to Winslow 42-33 and fell 46-42 to Maine Central Institute in recent action.  Against Winslow, Morse trailed 13-5, 21-14 and 29-25 at the breaks and was seven of 15 from the line. More...

Russell goes 2-1 in Huskies wrestling

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Welker still big threat as Patriots TE hype grows

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. More...

Dragons can’t make that final push, 59-51

Brunswick girls fall to second-ranked Skowhegan

BRUNSWICK   Monday’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference matinee had the makings of a big day for the Brunswick High School girls basketball team, going against Skowhegan, the second ranked team in Eastern Maine Class A.  More...

Thunder down Celtics in Perkins’ return

BOSTON ( AP) — Russell Westbrook hit a 3-pointer and then shimmied his hands down his torso, bent his body at the knees and strutted down the sideline in celebration.  Just 39 seconds later — this time with less than a minute left i More...

Moore goal lifts Lightning past Bruins, 5-3

Steven Stamkos added his NHL-leading 31st goal of the season.

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Tampa Bay coach Guy Boucher could sense from the start that the Lightning were poised to stop a seven-game losing streak. More...

Mt. Ararat 8th girls fall to Bath

TOPSHAM — The Mt. Ararat Middle School eighthgrade girls basketball team dropped a 40-27 loss to rival Bath on Wednesday.  Bath was led by Olympia Serben and Signe Ostergaard, while Erin Tome paced Mt. Ararat with 12 points.  More...

Morse frosh boys lose to Winslow

WINSLOW — The Morse High School freshman boys basketball team fell to Winslow 59-40 on Saturday.  The 1-3 Shipbuilders trailed 23-11, 37-17 and 53-26 as Bobby Christian scored 21 points in the winning effort.  Jared Malcolm scored nin More...

Hyde, Freeport in indoor track action

GORHAM — The Freeport High School and Hyde-Bath indoor track teams participated in Friday’s Western Maine Conference meet at the University of Southern Maine.  Freeport’s Katie O’Neil picked up a win in the junior 200-met More...

Hamilton’s Nichols second in meet

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Taylor Hogenkamp finished first in two freestyle events in Hamilton College’s dual meet loss at Middlebury College on Jan. 14.  Middlebury defeated Hamilton, 166.5-64.5. More...

Brunswick freshman boys hoops now 7-1

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School freshman boys basketball team is now 7- 1 after picking up a pair of recent wins.  The Dragons beat Erskine Academy 47-27 and Mt. More...

Brunswick JV boys pick up two wins

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick junior varsity boys basketball team improved its record to 8- 3 with victories over Hampden Academy (50-35) and Skowhegan (64-28), the latter on Monday.  More...

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Morse swarms over Huskies

Shipbuilders improve to 3-9 with 59-44 victory

BATH   DJ Cole could feel it, the Morse defense was suffocating, and the Shipbuilders came away with a much-earned win on Martin Luther King Day.  Cole poured in a game- high 21 points, mostly from the 10-12-foot range, Morse’s defens More...

Bowdoin track

BRUNSWICK — Bowdoin College’s indoor track teams swept their opening meets of 2012 at Farley Field House on Saturday afternoon.  Competing in four-team fields, the Polar Bears each took first-place overall. More...