November 10, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

What a run it was!

The fall sports season is over, but the thrills will always be remembered

BRUNSWICK   This has been the weirdest week that I can recall for the second week of November. More...

Bennett back with Patriots

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Seahawks down Cardinals

Wilson throws 2 TD passes

GLENDALE, Ariz. Russell Wilson has been confounding the Arizona Cardinals with his escape antics for a long time. He did it again Thursday night in the biggest play of the Seattle Seahawks’ 22-16 victory. More...

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Topsham Rec. has hoops for youngsters

TOPSHAM — The Topsham Parks and Recreation Department is offering basketball for players in grades 1-2.  More...

Bowdoin FH players on All-NESCAC squad

BRUNSWICK — A trio of Bowdoin College field hockey players have been honored with All-NESCAC awards following the 2017 season. More...

More accolades for Bowdoin volleyball

BRUNSWICK — The Bowdoin College women’s volleyball team was honored with three All- New England Small College Athletic Conference recipients in awards announced by the league on Wednesday. More...

Bowdoin sailors in action today

BRUNSWICK — Four members of the Bowdoin College sailing team will compete at the 2017 Match Race National Championships, beginning today in Charleston, S.C.  It is the first time that the Polar Bears have qualified for the event, as the sq More...

Two Bowdoin players honored

BRUNSWICK — A pair of Bowdoin College women’s soccer players have been recognized by the New England Small College Athletic Conference as First Team selections in post- season awards released on Thursday.  Junior midfield Julia Patt More...

Polar Bears put 5 on NESCAC team

BRUNSWICK — A conference high five Bowdoin College Polar Bears were named in All-New England Small College Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer honors announced by the league on Thursday. More...

Rockets beat Cavs, 117-113

Harden has triple-double in win NBA GLANCE

HOUSTON James Harden had a triple-double of 35 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists to help the Houston Rockets beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 117- 113 on Thursday night. More...

Celtics ‘beat LA’ for 10th win a row

Down Lakers, 107-96

BOSTON   The Celtics are piling up injuries almost as quickly as they are victories this season.  Aron Baynes matched his career high with 21 points, Kyrie Irving scored 19 and Boston overcame injuries to Al Horford and Jayson Tatum to bea More...

Bruins fall again to Rangers, 4-2

Boston has lost six straight to NYR

NEW YORK The New York Rangers are suddenly rolling thanks to timely scoring and tight defense, especially the brand exhibited against Boston on Wednesday night. More...

Brady isn’t masking his respect for the Broncos

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Tom Brady isn’t masking his respect for the Broncos, even as Denver enters its prime-time home matchup with New England riding a four game losing streak. More...

Seahawks-Cardinals once looked like a premier matchup

Both teams trail Rams in NFC west NFL PRO PICKS

When the schedule came out, folks in Seattle and Phoenix pointed to the Seahawks Cardinals game on tonight as a pivotal one in the NFC West.  Forget that: Arizona, plagued by injuries and mediocre play, has been a huge disappointment.  Inde More...

Even 49ers coach excited to see Garoppolo play

SANTA CLARA, Calif. Coach Kyle Shanahan doesn’t even need to leave his own house to hear about how excited people are to see whether Jimmy Garoppolo can be the longterm answer at quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. More...

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Anderson makes 35 saves, Maple Leafs beat Wild 4-2

TOTONTO Frederik Andersen made 35 saves to help the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Minnesota Wild 4-2 on Wednesday night. Nazem Kadri, Patrick Marleau, Connor Carrick and Connor Brown scored for Toronto. More...

Warriors beat Timberwolves without Durant, 125-101

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Changes proved to be right for champion Bobcats

After a 3-3 start, the Bobcats finished 10-0-2 to capture the girls State Class D title

RICHMOND   After losing key pieces to graduation, most notably 40- plus goals from Miranda Martin, expectations for the 2017 Richmond High School girls soccer team didn’t seem as high as in years past.  More...