May 23, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Wiscasset softball making strides

Wolverines drop to 2-11

WISCASSET “Don’t worry about it, get better!” As the Carrabec batters rounded the bases in Monday’s Mountain Valley Conference softball game, that’s what Wiscasset High School coach Gordon Campbell yelled from the dugou More...

Bowdoin men advance

Polar Bear women fall to Emory, 5-1

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Warriors sweep Spurs, 129-115

SAN ANTONIO   Golden State made sure the inevitable was unavoidable.  Heavily favored to beat the Spurs, especially once Kawhi Leonard sustained a series-ending injury, the Warriors completed a dominant sweep in the Western Conference Fina More...

Cavs coach defends LeBron after ‘weird’ loss

CLEVELAND LeBron James was nowhere to be seen, staying behind the scenes, keeping a low profile. Just as he did in Game 3. More...

Lots of action at Speedway

WISCASSET Picture perfect skies welcomed the Northeastern Midget Association to Wiscasset Speedway Saturday night for Ames True Value NEMA Night. More...

Highland legion squad has sign-ups

TOPSHAM — Highland Green American Legion baseball coach Bob Neron has announced the program will hold sign-ups and an informational meeting on Sunday at 6 p.m.  The meeting will take place inside the Mt. Ararat High School gymnasium.  More...

Hill heading to NCAAs

LEWISTON — The Bates College women’s College track and field team will be represented by a team-record six athletes competing in a total of seven events, as accepted entries to the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships w More...

Wilson’s busy in Bath Ripken

BATH — Wilson’s played several contests last week in Bath Cal Ripken baseball action.  Wilson’s edged Durham, 11-9. More...

Bowdoin sailing getting prepped

BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College sailing team will compete at the 2017 Intercollegiate Sailing Association’s Sperry Women’s Championship beginning today in Charleston, S.C. More...

Sea Dogs rained out

MANCHESTER, N.H. — The Portland Sea Dogs and New Hampshire Fisher Cats were postponed on Monday night due to unplayable field conditions.  The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader tonight beginning at 5:35 p.m.   More...

Predators to play for Cup

Nashville downs Anaheim, 6-3

NASHVILLE, Tenn.   Different players just keep stepping up for the Nashville Predators, and now their magical postseason run has an even bigger destination: the franchise’s first trip to the Stanley Cup Final.  More...

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Topsham Recreation offering programs

TOPSHAM   The Topsham Parks and Recreation Department is once again offering several programs throughout the summer and into the fall.  For more information on these or other offerings, visit the Topsham Rec., or call 725-1726. More...

Morse girls lacrosse rolls

BATH Emily Martin rippled the net six times as the Morse High School girls lacrosse team cruised to a 21-5 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Lincoln Academy on Monday at McMann Field. More...

Brown’s 9 goals power Eagles

Mt. Ararat boys lacrosse downs Morse

BATH Over the past decade, the local boys high school lacrosse scene has been dominated by Brunswick. So far this season, the undefeated Dragons are again a juggernaut. More...

Lisbon drives past Falcons

Jasmin Le leads the way for ’Hounds

LISBON Senior Jasmin Le was a bit tired after Friday’s Mountain Valley Conference high school softball game. She had good reasons. More...

Greyhounds bounce back

Lisbon rolls past Mountain Valley

LISBON Fresh off of a tough 7-6 loss to Hall-Dale on Thursday, Lisbon turned to ace Tyler Halls and a relentless offense to bounce back against a rapidly-progressing Mountain Valley team. More...

Sea Dogs prevail

TRENTON, N.J. The Portland Sea Dogs (20-18) received seven scoreless innings from Teddy Stankiewicz and an RBI single from Nick Longhi in a 7- 0 Eastern League win over Trenton on Sunday. More...

Bowdoin tennis in quarterfinals

BRUNSWICK   The Bowdoin College men’s and women’s tennis teams are at the Champions Club in Chattanooga, Tenn., for today’s NCAA Division III team quarterfinals.  In men’s play, the defending national champion Polar More...

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