June 11, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Here’s some Stanley Cup keys

• AP’s 5 things to watch in the Finals

Hockey fans who endured another lockout are in for a treat that’ll cap a sprint of a season.  The Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins are set to compete for the Stanley Cup for the first time in the NHL’s first final featuring Origi More...

Nava’s 14th-inning single lifts Red Sox over Rays

Bench-clearing scrum mars MLB marathon

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.   John Lackey insisted he meant no harm, though the Tampa Bay Rays hardly were convinced of that after a testy game with Boston that included a bench-clearing scrum.  More...

Patriots to sign QB Tim Tebow

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.   A flop on Broadway, Tim Tebow is getting an audition in Beantown.  Whether he’ll perform well enough to make it to training camp with the New England Patriots next month is uncertain. More...

Woods, Garcia shake hands

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SOCCER STANDOUTS

THE MAINE NATIONAL Lacrosse team played in the U.S. Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament over the Memorial Day weekend at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. More...

BMDA posts Ripken playoff victory

BATH — In a Cal Ripken Baseball playoff game last week, BMDA came away with a 9-0 victory over Smith- Tobey.  BMDA’s Isaiah Cogswell (two innings, striking out four) and Lucas Groat (remaining four innings, striking out six) took tur More...

Mt. Ararat softball topples Bath, 11-7

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Mt. Ararat presents spring sports awards

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Sharon Drake on to title contest

BATH — Luke Osterhout (three strikeouts), Nicco Bartone (three strikeouts, one walk) and Jack Harrington (four strikeouts, one walk) shared the pitching duties as Sharon Dragon advanced to the title game of the Bath Cal Ripken Major League City More...

ASA softball to hold 12U tryouts

BATH — The 12U ASA travel softball team, the Bath Thunder, is scheduled to host tryouts at Varnum Field on June 22 at 10 a.m.  Players from all Midcoast region communities will be accepted. More...

Pro Baseball Camp set for June, July

RICHMOND — The Pro Baseball Experience Summer Camps are scheduled to be held at Colby College (June 17-21), Houdlette Field in Richmond (June 24-28) and at the Boothbay YMCA (July 15- 19).  The camp consist of five progressive daily workou More...

Wiscasset Babe Ruth baseball team 3-0

ROCKPORT — The Wiscasset Babe Ruth baseball team continued its undefeated season on Sunday by defeating Rockport Automotive, 4-3.  Daren Wood pitched a complete game, giving up only two hits and striking out 13.   More...

Maine Junior Track on tap

SCARBOROUGH — The Maine Association of USA Track and Field is scheduld to hold its (15-18) Championship and Region 1 Qualifying meet for ages 7-8, 9-10, 11- 12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 on June 22-23 at Scarborough High School.  More...

Brunswick’s Ross sets 800 record

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick High School senior Jamie Ross set a school record in the 800-meter run, while competing in the 68th annual New England Interscholastic Track and Field Championships Saturday at New Britain, Conn.  Ross was timed in 1: More...

Sea Dogs’ Britton Pitcher of Week

PORTLAND — Portland Sea Dogs' left-handed pitcher Drake Britton has been selected as the Eastern League Pitcher of the Week for the week of June 3-9.  Britton pitched one game for the Sea Dogs last week and had a record of 1-0 with eight s More...

Roadhouse wins 2 playoff games

BATH — Montsweag Roadhouse opened the Bath Cal Ripken 10-and-under Division Playoffs by defeating BIW 15-3 recently.  Brenton Cahill and Wade Bradford each had a double and single with Brogan Shaw, Ethan Upham and Lucas Ouimette chipping i More...

Ripley secures second win at Wiscasset Speedway

WISCASSET  Despite some early morning rain, Wiscasset Speedway was ready to roll at race time on Saturday.  First up was the spectator drag flex race of the week. More...

Satisfied but shaken, Spurs bring NBA Finals home

Game 3 set for tonight

SAN ANTONIO   On a day of rest at the NBA Finals, Tim Duncan had work to do.  Not only was he admittedly awful in Game 2, he had never been so bad on this stage. More...

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‘2-peat’ for Dragons

Brunswick girls tennis wins Class A title

HAMPDEN The situation was dire. The Brunswick High School girls tennis team trailed 2-0, and Portland’s No. More...