May 22, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Sloppy win for ’Builders

Morse boys lax improves to 8-1

AUBURN   Jay Paulus was a frustrated coach during Wednesday’s Eastern Maine Class B boys high school lacrosse game against St. More...

Slide continues for Red Sox

BOSTON   The last time the Blue Jays faced Clay Buchholz, Edwin Encarnacion was left out of the starting lineup because of his career numbers against the Red Sox right-hander.  This time, the Toronto first baseman was too hot to sit.  More...

Drew says he’ll need 9-10 days

BOSTON (AP) — Stephen Drew was working out in Arizona, hoping for a team to sign him to a contract.  Now that the Boston Red Sox have come calling, he thinks he’ll need about nine or 10 days to be ready.  More...

Sea Dogs sweep doubleheader from B-Mets

PORTLAND — The Portland Sea Dogs (30-15) used a complete game in the first tilt and a five-run fifth in the second to sweep away the Binghamton Mets (24-20), 5-1 and 6-5 in an Eastern League baseball doubleheader Wednesday night at Hadlock Fiel More...

Mt. Ararat downs defending Eastern A champs

Eagles improve to 2-8

TOPSHAM   The Mt. More...

Leavitt blanks Morse

TURNER — Leavitt High School used a 15-hit attack and Kaitlyn Deblois smashed a two-run homer as the Hornets rolled over Morse with a 13-0 win in a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference softball game on Wednesday.  More...

Morse, Dragons pick up baseball victories

TURNER — Trenton Moore pounded out five hits to lead the Morse High School baseball team to a 12- 1 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win over Leavitt on Wednesday.  Moore drove in four, scored three runs and swiped two bases. More...

York girls lax edges Freeport in OT

YORK — York edged Freeport, 12-11 in overtime for a key girls Eastern B high school lacrosse win on Wednesday.  In an evenly played game, the Wildcats came out on top to improve to 4-4, while the Falcons fell to 6-2 and plays host to Greel More...

Tattoo artists sought in Hernandez case

BOSTON (AP) — Investigators asked for help from tattoo artists who may have inked former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, saying they could help in the prosecution of a double murder Hernandez is charged with committing in 2012.& More...

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Bowdoin tracksters in NCAA III action

BRUNSWICK — Five members of the Bowdoin College track and field teams have qualified for the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championship scheduled to begin today at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio.  More...

AREA HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

Area tennis BOYS — Morse 4, Medomak Valley 1 Thomas Jarmusz (M) over Ezra Hinkley, 6- 0,6-1. Stephen Tapia (M) over Richard Kinney (MV), 6-1, 6-1. Matthew Jarmusz (M) won by forfeit. Justin Trottier and Lucas More...

Spurs roll to 2-0 lead with 112-77 rout

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The San Antonio Spurs have been here before.  Tony Parker scored 22 points, Danny Green added 21 on seven 3-pointers, and San Antonio used a dominant third quarter to pummel Oklahoma City 112-77 Wednesday night and take More...

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’Builders take advantage in 10-4 win

Maranacook commits eight errors as Morse baseball improves to 8-3

BATH   Over the first three innings of Tuesday’s Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B high school baseball game at Kelley Field, Morse put runners on base.  More...

Red Sox drop fifth straight

BOSTON   Edwin Encarnacion continued his torrid run through May, which is only two-thirds over.  Encarnacion hit a pair of two-run homers for Toronto as the Blue Jays took a big lead early and held on to beat the slumping Boston Red Sox 7-4 More...

Drew re-signs with Boston

BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Red Sox have re-signed Stephen Drew after the shortstop had rejected a qualifying offer from the club following the World Series to become a free agent.  Drew, who spent one season in Boston, turned down a $14.1 mi More...

Richmond’s Gardner gets 200th victory

RICHMOND — Longtime Brunswick High School boys soccer coach Peter Gardner told his son that 200 coaching wins means “that you’re getting old.”  Richmond High School baseball leader Ryan Gardner, in his 17th season leading More...

Sea Dogs best Binghamton

PORTLAND — The Portland Sea Dogs (28-15) used great pitching and a two-run fourth to topple the Binghamton Mets (24-18), 2-1 Tuesday night at Hadlock Field in Eastern League baseball action. More...

Bobcat 5K in Brunswick

THIS IS THE soggy start to the Bobcat 5K. More...