February 13, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Shipbuilders battle hard in prelim loss

Falmouth girls face Brunswick on Monday in quarterfinals

BATH   The Morse and Falmouth girls basketball teams combined for eight wins during the regular season. More...

The Red Sox look to hold off Yankees

BOSTON The New York Yankees, Boston’s biggest rival, added NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton to a lineup that already included fellow 50 home runhitter and AL Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge. More...

Johnson determined to win another title

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Jimmie Johnson has never hitched a ride for an afternoon on a champion’s float that snakes down closed city streets. More...

Kim dominates!

American wins halfpipe

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea It was a day for all ages at the Winter Olympics. More...

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White leads talented field into halfpipe final

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea The legend, the brash upstart and the soft-spoken prodigy have been circling each other for months, trading boundary-pushing runs with one eye on the halfpipe and the other on their long-awaited faceoff in the South Korean m More...

After triple axel at Olympics, Nagasu has more in store

GANGNEUNG, South Korea The wonderful thing about the inspiring — shall we call it Olympian? — story of Mirai Nagasu is that it’s not over. Not even close. More...

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Bath 7th girls split

BATH — The Bath Middle School girls seventh-grade basketball team drove its record to 4-4 in recent action with a win and a loss.  The Destroyers hosted Poland and used a solid fourth quarter of offense to pull away for a 39-24 win.  More...

Brunswick girls win KVAC title

AUGUSTA — The Brunswick High School girls basketball team won its first Kennebec Valley Conference championship since 1984 with a 48-39 victory over Hampden Academy on Saturday at Cony High School.  More...

Locals compete for USM track

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The University of Southern Maine men’s track and field team pulled away late to win its fourth consecutive Little East Conference indoor championship Saturday at the Providence Career and Technical High School. More...

Brunswick Orange jayvee victorious

BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick High School Orange junior varsity basketball team used a 17-6 second quarter advantage to propel past visiting Mt. More...

Morse JV girls win

BATH — Morse erased a 10- 3 first-quarter deficit, outscoring Camden Hills 34-20 the rest of the way for a 37-30 victory in girls high school jayvee basketball action recently.  More...

Freeport JV loses to Patriots

GRAY — Freeport led 10-8 after one quarter, but Gray- New Gloucester dominated the rest of the way, pulling away for a 48-16 win in high school jayvee girls basketball action recently.  Hannah Spaulding knocked down three 3-pointers and fi More...

Champagne helps lead red hot Monks

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Saint Joseph’s College cruised past Albertus Magnus College in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference women’s basketball contest on Saturday afternoon, 74-39. More...

Mt. Ararat girls JV downs LA

TOPSHAM — Mt. Ararat raced out to a 29-20 lead at the half and cruised to a 56- 44 victory over Lincoln Academy in girls high school jayvee basketball action recently.  More...

’Builders rule pool

Morse boys take KVAC title

BATH With the cold February air whisking about outside, there was nothing cold about the warm humid pool area at the Bath YMCA. More...

Eagles, Dragons KVAC champions

BRUNSWICK It was so close. The Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Indoor Track Championships came down to the final race in both the boys and girls competition on Saturday at Bowdoin College. More...

Gold medal for Anderson

BY PYEONGCHANG, South Korea Jamie Anderson will almost certainly spend more time gazing at her newest Olympic gold medal than watching replays of the slopestyle run she put down to win it. More...

U.S. women rally to beat Finland, 3-1

GANGNEUNG, South Korea Goaltender Noora Raty saw Hilary Knight with the puck on her stick and moved to defend against the dangerous American. More...